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Mr. and Mrs. Smith: Metaphor, Simile, Hyperbole, Understatement, Rhetorical Questions
write a brief movie review(chose any movie of your choice) for your campus newspaper, experimenting with punctuation as one way to create an effective style. See if using a series of questions might have a strong effect, whether exclamation points would add or detract from the message you want to send, and so on. In addition, consider the examples of figurative language and include at least two in your review, such as: metaphor, simile, hyperbole, understatement, rhetorical questions, antonomasia, anaphora, etc. You are encouraged to respond to your classmates` reviews, if you like.
Name: Tutor: Course Number: Date: Movie Review Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Imagine this. You`re in a war-torn city alone as a tourist. Someone very important has got shot, and the police are looking for any tourists traveling alone. It is quite a positi