source: Jeffrey KurtzHow to Analyze Movies Like a Boss: The Beat Sheet Manon de Reeper March 28, 2014 How To Analyze Movies Like a Boss In the past few months we’ve published the “How to Analyze Movies Like a Boss” series here on The Movie Scrutineer. Here’s an overview of the articles in the series:How to Analyze Movies Like a Boss: The IntroductionHow to Analyze Movies Like a Boss: Signs, Codes & ConventionsHow to Analyze Movies Like a Boss: Mise-en-Scène & EditingHow to Analyze Movies Like a Boss: Considering The CameraHow to Analyze Movies Like a Boss: Lighting, Sound & ScoreHow to Analyze Movies Like a Boss: Story & GenreHow to Analyze Movies Like a Boss: Iconography & RealismAs the blog series is now complete, I thought it’d be nice to develop a tool that’ll help you do movie analysis, as I know it’s hard to just read the articles and apply all that to the movies. I’ve created this handy PDF for you that you can print, keep handy and fill in while watching a movie.Brazil – source: Universal StudiosCreating this blog series cost a lot of effort, as did making this beat sheet. So, I’d really appreciate it if, to show your support, you enter your email to subscribe below, after which you will be sent a link to download the PDF from.Entering your email address will mean you will get an occasional email from The Movie Scrutineer, notifying you of some of our recent articles and reviews. You can opt out of those emails at any time, but we hope you don’t! Please provide your name and email address for your free download. Name: Email Address: If you ever have any questions about the series, the Beat Sheet or movie analysis in general, please don’t hesitate to ask!If you find the Beat Sheet and accompanying series useful, please share it with your (virtual) friends and family! I would be ever so grateful ^_^.Alright, that’s a wrap for the How To Analyze A Movie Like A Boss series! Thanks very much for reading!