I use this rubric after my students give their monthly book report presentations. Once a month, students are required to present a book that they had been reading throughout the month in a creative way (beyond book reports). I give one copy of the rubric to my students and assign them a partner to evaluate. I then explain to them that my evaluation and their evaluations should be pretty similar if we are doing a good (unbiased) and critical evaluation. As they, and myself, evaluate, they are expected to write critiques and observations next to their score (at least three written critiques) and I encourage them to use words and explanations not found on the page. After the presentations are finished, students have two copies of the rubric to take home--mine and a peers.
This particular rubric is for a book report is for when I had students choose a book that has been turned into a movie. They had to both read the book and watch the movie. The last item of the rubric asks students to compare both.