Connor Petrey

      FOUNDER | Head Critic | Editor-in-Chief 

Connor Petrey  is a Little Obsessed with the World of the Cinema. Ever Since he was a Little Kid, He Wanted to Spend Every Day in the Theater Watching Every NEW Movie that Got Released. Now as an Adult, He Takes Every Chance He Gets to Watch as Many Films in Theaters as Physically Possible. 

He's Just a Normal Film Geek [Cinephile if You Will] and Wants Nothing More Than to Help People Decide What Movie is Right for Them; That Way Nobody Winds Up Wasting Their Day or Money Watching a Disaster of a Feature Film. 

About... ABOUT... ABOUT... ABOUT... 

Q: What Makes You Qualified For The Position Of (Being A Film Critic)?

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A: When you have the passion and drive towards films and television  like I do, you have a conscious desire to try to make films appeal to others. Now the issue with movies today is that they're just so d*mn expensive; so I created this site to make the decision easier. Basically the answer is I'm not...but also I am.

Q: How Long Are Your Reviews?

A: Approximately SEVEN segments* long each, separated into individual categories for the film to be evaluated by its elements, along with it's whole being. This makes for a more dynamic and easy approach to the film review system that will help anyone thinking about seeing a Newly released movie. ESTIMATED SENTENCES TEMPLATE: Opening Segment: 1-3 | Every Body Segment: 3-6 | Closing Segment: 1-3 

Q: What Is Your Favorite Movie?

A: That's a difficult question for most to answer but I have to go at it as what is the movie that I have seen tons and tons of times, able to quote nearly every line and just have a desire to put it on whenever I'm bored. That movie is "Back to the Future", I even have a tattoo of the flux capacitor on my shoulder blade to verify my love for the film.

Q: When Do You Post New Movie Reviews?

A: Every new movie review should be posted within the next week of the film's initial release. Every review is cared for and written with heart, so some may come later in the week than others. Please Note that Some reviews may factor in whther or not it be from a streaming service or viewed in cinemas.

Q: Do You Review Documentaries?

A. Only on Occasion. We typically do not review documentaries, comedy specials (TBA), or theatrically released concert films. This is only because it is incredibly difficult to give a review on these, as they are mainly factual/taken from real life and have nearly no creative categories for it to be evaluated on.

Q: What Is Your Least Favorite Movie? 

A. While I don't have a definite answer for that, some do happen to come to mind...those titles mainly being poorly put together childrens films and-atrocious comedies from generally some every talented actors out there. 

Q: Do All Films Get Watched In The Cinema? 

Q: Can I Comment Anywhere On The Site / Is There A Forum?

“Now you're looking for the secret, but you won't find it, because of course you're not really looking. You don't really want to know. You want to be fooled.”

– "The Prestige" (2006)

A: A mass majority of the movies that are seen for the site are in cinemas, although we see movies in our free time and work steady schedules of paid work...so sometimes this may not be the case...

 

Occasionally some are seen "Stream On!", which just means that certain movies released in the year have garnered more interest through a streaming service than with any indie or wide theatrical release.

I am serious... and don't call me Shirley.

"Airplane!" (1980) -

“If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits 88 miles per hour... you're gonna see some serious shit."

– "Back to the Future" (1985)

Q: How often do Reviews get released? 

A: We attempt to accomplish at minimum TWO reviews a week. Reviews are typically written in the first week of release. 

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Anyway, like I was sayin', shrimp is the fruit of the sea. You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, saute it. Dey's uh, shrimp-kabobs, shrimp creole, shrimp gumbo. Pan fried, deep fried, stir-fried. There's pineapple shrimp, lemon shrimp, coconut shrimp, pepper shrimp, shrimp soup, shrimp stew, shrimp salad, shrimp and potatoes, shrimp burger, shrimp sandwich. That- that's about it.

    Favorite Movie: Back to the Future
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“The suspense is terrible... I hope it'll last."

- CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY (1971)

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Q: How often do Lists get released? 

A: We attempt to accomplish at minimum ONE Ranked List a week. Once the idea is completely thought out, it can appear on the site.

Q: How to Write For crpWrites?

A: Apply with your interest HERE and then write/send a trial review following the crpWrites format to contact@crpwrites.com. We'll get back to you as soon as possible (Please Keep in Mind, We Aren't Hiring Volunteers at All Times).

A: At Least for Now, there is a Restriction on letting our Readers Comment on the Pages or in a Forum, as Time Goes on We May Begin to Develop One. If you Ever Need to Contact crpWrites you can Press the "Contact" Button on the Top of the Page or Go to Any Social Media Page of Ours.

Q: How Does Your Rating System Work?

A: It's a Simple and Easy Rating System that is characterized by popcorns (the perfect movie snack). A Full Popcorn equals A Must See, A Half-Empty Popcorn equals A Guilty Pleasure, and A Spilled Popcorn equals Garbage (to put in the simplest terms.

Q: Can I Advertise For crpWrites or Have My Business Represented By crpWrites?

A: Absolutely. For a low Monthly rate and a High Quality Banner for your Business, We Will Happily Change any ads on the Site from Amazon to Fandango As Long As You Meet These Terms. Advertisements Must Be Appropriate for ALL Ages.

Q: What does the "crp" in crpWrites stand for?

A: CASUAL. REVIEWS. with PURPOSE. Or In Less Professional Terms Those Are Just My Initials. 

Q: How do I fix a Glitch appearing on the site?

A: The Site Just Like Ourselves Isn't Perfect and Will Experience Glitches. Please Refresh Multiple Times and The Site Should Fix Itself. The Site is Constantly Changing so, Please be Patient with Any Glitch. 

Q: Why Do Most Reviews Pop Up Unannounced?

A: For a While We Tried To Announce Every Film That Was Being Reviewed and While Our "Anticipated Releases" on the Home Page Represents a Great Deal of What Will Be Covered - Nothing is 100% Certain.

Q: Can I Submit A Film I Represent for Review on the Site?

A: Have A Film You'd Like Us To Take A Look At? Contact Us at the Bottom of the Page and We Will Get Back To You as Soon as We Possibly Can. If We Do Decide to View Your Film It May Take Some Time Before A Review is Published...Rush Orders Can Be Asked For, But Aren't Guaranteed. 

Q: Who Decides the Annual Awards for crpWrites?

A: ALL titles featured within the Annual Awards are decided by our head writer, Connor Petrey (with Assistance By Our crpWriters) Every title has been reviewed and viewed for the crpWrites site during the duration of the year in question.  

BEHIND THE POPCORN

Wouldn't you rather have a half empty bucket of Popcorn over a completely spilled one? But wouldn't it be even better to have a bucket of popcorn that was completely full, even spilling out over the sides from too much? 

 

crpWrites uses this method of rating to determine whether a movie is A Must See (Full Popcorn), A Maybe (Half Empty Popcorn) or A Mistake (Spilled Popcorn). 

 

Each of the 7 paragraphs is about a different subject of conversation about the movie determined by the subject of the Review (CGI, Dialogue, Directing, Writing, Exc.). Each paragraph has a Popcorn Rating that will be added together with all the others to create the final verdict. 

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