JT Film Review

Explanation of Rating System

Explanation Of 5 Star Rating System

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PLEASE NOTE: I do not hold any ratings on this site to be the only way to see a particular movie. These are OPINIONS, not facts.

I encourage people to a) have their own opinion about movies and b) to know what others think. That is why with each film review I provide a link to the film’s trailer and to its IMDB, Rotten Tomatoes, and Wikipedia page.

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5 Stars – “Great ” – A classic. An extremely good movie, most likely a masterpiece.

4 Stars – “Good” – A competent movie, definitely recommended.

3 Stars – “Meh” – A watchable movie. You’ll see a few plot points coming miles away, and you might see a few formulaic things sprinkled liberally through. Not a bad watch for the average viewer though. Film snobs or only those interested in high quality films should stay away.

2 Stars – “Bad” – Highly advised to stay away. Plot holes, bad acting, ridiculously formulaic or poorly executed.

1 Star – “Awful” – Stay away, please. Very rare to find a movie this low.

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“…the bitter truth we critics must face, is that in the grand scheme of things, the average piece of junk is probably more meaningful than our criticism designating it so.” – Ratatouille (2007)

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April 15, 2009 - Posted by | Explanation of Rating System | , , ,

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  1. […] 3.5/5 stars […]

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