Wikipedia: Suggestions for Medal Articles

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October 17, 2021

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Portrait of Josefa Bayeu

Justification The article already has a DA, now supplemented and fully documented. It is not known who he depicts, it is probably not the painter's wife, as the traditional title suggests, but another woman from his close circle. Known as "Mona Lisa Goi", it hides another portrait of a Spanish actress. Tremendo (discussion) 14:56, 16 Oct 2021 (CEST) Substantive notes Style notes (language, structure) Source comments Notes on neutrality Notes on technical issues Checked by

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (movie)

Justification The article corrected and expanded by me, written completely from scratch, seems to me to be exhaustive. Any independent corrections or comments are welcome;) Aramil Feraxa (Write to me!) 22:20, 15 Oct 2021 (CEST) Substantive comments No assembly and production facilities in the infobox. This sentence is strange "It was produced and written by J.K. Rowling ”... was produced by the studio, and Rowling was the producer and writer. "The film had its US premiere on November 10, 2016, and the world premiere eight days later." The world premiere is the first show in the world, i.e. on November 8 at the Toronto festival. A little bit in the "Release" section would do well with something more about the premieres in individual countries, there are some important markets, such as China or the UK. They should also be mentioned in the "Box Office" section: we only have the USA and Canada and the whole world in general, countries where the film obtained over 20 million should be mentioned, the revenue in Poland can also be noted (it was not the smallest). The "Edition" also lacks the DVD / BR edition and the premiere in Poland (no source for it in the article). Few foreign reviews, unnecessarily mixed English and Polish ones, I would suggest adding at least Variety, Empire Magazie and The Hollywood Reporter. A little bit of music section: maybe some track list? Little about special effects, no information on what studies implemented them and what exactly they worked on [1] [2] (there are many articles on the web). Mike210381 (Talk) 02:01, Oct 16, 2021 (CEST) I guess everything T corrected Aramil Feraxa (Write to me!) 08:43, 16 Oct 2021 (CEST) I made some corrections so as not to explain what exactly I mean. I indicated two places with a fact template, where sources are still missing. It would be nice if someone else had a look for language and style. Mike210381 (talk) 11:45, 16 Oct 2021 (CEST) Sources added. Aramil Feraxa (Write to me!) 13:35, 16 Oct 2021 (CEST) Notes on style (language, structure) I propose to limit the points in the "Cast" section to the main roles (based on the poster footer, it is better to give the sources at the end of the sentence, after its description), as well as narrowing the gallery down to the main roles, and the remaining roles in the prose "Moreover, they appeared in the film:". Mike210381 (Talk) 2:01 AM, Oct 16, 2021 (CEST) T Done Aramil Feraxa (Write to me!) 08:43, 16 Oct 2021 (CEST) Notes on Originalization There are no sources for the names of Rousselot, Atwood and time. Mike210381 (Talk) 2:01 AM, Oct 16, 2021 (CEST) Y Done Aramil Feraxa (Email me!) 08:43, 16 Oct 2021 (CEST) Neutrality Notes Technical Issues Notes Checked by

Tatsuta (1918)

Justification Another cruiser - Good Article, expanded to include virtually all encyclopedic information available in literature, following the twin "Tenryū", including a new source. Pibwl ← «19:59, 8 Oct 2021 (CEST) Substantive notes Style notes (language, structure) Source comments Notes on neutrality Notes on technical issues Checked by

USS Yorktown (CV-5)

Justification An article about the first Yorktown-class ship as such, significant for the development of all US aircraft carriers II

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