As an established and lifelong writer, she insists on believable characters, and on believable relationships among characters. "Especially relationships between love interests," she says. "I'm weary of relationships between leading ladies and fellows where they poke at, prod at, and pursue one another while I furl my brows at why they bother."
Yet when drawn into the characters as individuals I'm likely to care that they discover one another, she says. "Then I want to witness how."
Other things she craves from a writer's eye, is veracity to the setting -- be it in the past, present, future, or fantasy. "A good movie must be thorough and accurate about the setting, just as a good novel would be."
Jacquée T. loves the art of cinema, the use of visuals, a realistic dialog, capturing characters' reactions at pivotal moments.
She loves use of the big screen for epic moments, be they historical, personal, action, futuristic or comical. "I love when the director uses the full screen as part of the storytelling canvas."
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Jacquée T. asserts her being a writer and romantic in selecting movies. After that, genre suggestions are carte blanche.
She suggests them under themes, like war movies, spooky movies or dance movies.
At times she features cinema history, like the "Movie Palaces" of 1920's, and the "DriveIn Theatre" era.
While Miss Thomas touts movies that use the big screen, her Romantic's Cinema suggestions are primarily rentals or for purchase. She is intent on recommending classics per select subjects. The movies are re-formatted for a home screen, yet give hints of their cinematic glory.
Overall A Romantic's Perspective.com Cinema is about loving cinema, and being particular when selecting movies.
Jacquée T. features suggestions over criticisms.
"I could pick away at why a particular movie meets my disapproval, but why bother folks time with it at all," she says. "A Romantic's Perspective(.com) Cinema is about movies I celebrate and recommend."
She offers movie suggestions without giving too much of the story away. "Movie trailers and descriptions on the back of DVDs or descriptions online go haywire into the story," she says. "They give too much away that's meant to unravel while folks view."
Romantics suggestions are designed to intrigue you to watch for yourself, she says, trusting the Cinema subject of choice and a brief description.
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