In a movie review, you might find fleshed out descriptions of the whizzing visuals on screen. After all, reviewers write what they see in a movie. And movies can have everything from vibrant camera work to dizzying effects to catchy credits with high-class animation. My attention, however, isn't focused on these things, because I don’t see any of that when I sit down to watch a movie. I’m a blind film critic, and I evaluate different aspects of movies—word choice, tone of voice, dialogue, musical score, and storytelling.