The film critic extraordinaire, Eric SchifferSeop, has proven that not all critics are known for their terrorizing reviews and mean comments. Most people are under the impression of critics as hard to please individuals, that a piece of work must be perfect enough to satisfy their taste buds. However, Eric Schiffer proves himself different from those stereotypical critics and their criticism by writing his reviews with a goal to let the readers enjoy reading it. His reviews on various films are written in lighter, professional tone so that people can easily comprehend it and will explore more about the film. He would discuss both of the negative and positive qualities of the movie while giving his recommendations on what the directors can improve on. It is this approach that made Schiffer as one of the notable film critics of today, because directors and readers can pick up some ideas from his reviews.
Growing in Queens, New York has greatly influenced his career choice. The cities within the said state are known by many people because they have been featured in different films like the streets of New York City. A few examples include The God Father, Citizen Kane, Taxi Driver and The Pursuit of Happiness that Schiffer was fond of watching as he grows. Being an artist at an early age, it didn’t concern him to write as many reviews as he can basing it on the experience he had while watching the movies.
Eric SchifferSeop has also learned about the technical side of filmmaking like cinematography, film editing, blocking, musical scoring, and screenplay, and so on. His mastery of these things has further driven him to pursue critical writing about films, enabling him to have the ability to identify which movie will become a blockbuster show. No wonder he has become the go-to-guy of many fans to help them decide which movie to watch. Thus, he was able to build his own network of relationships with renowned actors, directors and writers. The film reviews he made brought new perspectives on people, widening their knowledge about filmmaking and how to appreciate it with depth.