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(NOTE: this question is might for discussion. I already have an answer to my question.) How do you critic any type of material? Do you critic based on personal enjoyment, a technical sense, or etc.? An example would be this discussion about the Avatar: The Last Airbender series vs. The Legend of Korra series, where, to for, both are enjoyable, but the former has a better balance in humor, action, and drama, while the latter's quality in animation increased, mature themes are being discussed, but the storylines are crammed into a span of 12 episodes and feel rushed at points. I could go on and on, but what's your style of critiquing anything (music, film, art, etc)? Thoughts?
ItsJustZ ItsJustZ 18-21, M 3 Answers Nov 7, 2012 in Hobbies

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i see what there is what significance it has and how it makes me feel

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It varies, especially with movies. My first watch is usually strictly for enjoyment and if I even notice anything technical at all, it is either REALLY good or REALLY bad, so on a first watch I'll usually say either that I did or didn't enjoy it. If I'm critiquing a house floor plan, I'll tell you all the whys up front, because I can walk through a house (or look at a floor plan) and immediately have a sense of how it is to live there. I have a lot of practice at this from visiting open houses and events like "The Street of Dreams" and from designing my own home addition, which turned out to be exactly as I had imagined it. I LOVE my added space. :) Of course the more information I know about a particular discipline, the more in depth my critique can be. I can tell you why a particular ballet performance is better than another or why I prefer driving one car over another, but I can't begin to critique why one computer is better than another as long as both will get me to EP! lol

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