Welcome to 35mm Reviews!
According with Wikipedia, 35mm is the basic film gauge most commonly used for both still photography and motion pictures, and remains relatively unchanged since its introduction in 1892 by William Dickson and Thomas Edison, using film stock supplied by George Eastman. The photographic film is cut into strips 35 millimeters (about 1 3/8 inches) wide — hence the name. The standard negative pulldown for movies ("single-frame" format) is four perforations per frame along both edges, which makes for exactly 16 frames per foot (for stills, the standard frame is eight perforations).
This 35mm film have given us the best laughs, tears, moments of love, fear and entertainment at home or movie theaters for over a century.
That's why we've decided to start a blog about movies. Being such movie lovers, we'd like to share reviews from a friend perspective, express our thoughts about those movies we've watched.
We want to share simple and basic comments and reviews with everyone else, the same way we normally do it with friends and family. Comments and reviews with a different perspective of traditional movie critics and reviews provided by "professional critics & reviewers" who love to use fancy words and glamorous phrases that in most of the cases, we have no idea what they're trying to say or express.
We hope you can get the fun and information needed about all those movies we have enjoyed, loved or hated in our lives.
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