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    For my coursework i have to write a media review on Romeo and Juliet (1996) and i've made the point that there's too much music being used and have written - it forces me to question is this still a film? So, i do i write:

    A) "is it still a film?"
    B) is it still a film?

    Please reply ASAP!
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    I'd put B.
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    Neither makes sense.

    "...it forces me to question whether it can still be called a film."
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    (Original post by riiight.)
    Neither makes sense.

    "...it forces me to question whether it can still be called a film."
    This.

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    The above post is correct. Inverted commas are used perhaps when the term is not the most appropriate one and can be questioned. Italics are used for titles, such as The Grapes of Wrath.
 
 
 
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