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S. Jhoanna Robledo’s “‘Ender’s Game’” Transcends Intended Audience

In response to S. Jhoanna Robledo’s 610‑word review of Ender’s Game on Common Sense Media

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S. Jhoanna Robledo’s “‘Ender’s Game’” delivers a spot-on performance of excellent movie review writing for parents and non-parents alike.

Readers need to know that this review is designed for parental audiences who care about what their children watch. The information, as well as the insights, presented match the intended audience, which is a great resource for parents. That said, Robledo transcends her niche by creating a compelling movie review with all of the essential components that make for reader engagement. Even readers without children are likely to find the review entertaining and interesting.

Robledo streamlines relevant content in a truly accessible, enjoyable writing style that takes the reader by the hand into a movie review garden filled with flowers and good vibes. The layout of the piece is also extremely well-organized with sections for context, plot, opinion, and even exploration. Readers may be inclined to borrow the exploratory questions for movie discussion with peers and adults, not just their own children.

With its flawless grammar, surprising depth, and thought provoking themes, Review promotes positive messages about not only parental responsibility, but also movie review writing, honest communication, and superior literary voice within the context of a specific area of expertise. Robledo deserves applause, high-fives, and an extra serving of popcorn for her outstanding efforts!   

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