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A standard opening often comes with a package of questions and hooks, mostly used to interest the readers and to encourage them to continue reading to gain more insight into the writer's perspective. In this instance, I find that the piece delivers fairly well in this aspect, and adding in the summary was a nice touch too, though one can do more with minor edits, and generally another round of revision.
Personal opinion was very evident from the tone and the approach that the writer took, and that was pretty sweet.
For the most part, yes. It was clear what the writer enjoyed from the movie, though one problem is that there is no written example of flaws, and that certain aspects can be further detailed on. (Character Development, How did you feel about Spot? Telling the story without revealing too much)
Probably isn't relevant any more, but best of luck to you too!
None at the moment.