Rating Scale

This is just a helpful explanation of what my ratings (from 1-10) probably mean in a more pratical way.

If I give a movie a rating anywhere from 7.5 to 10, I’d say chances are I think it’s worth checking out in the theater.  Though, when you get down near 7.5, you’re getting close to rental range.

Speaking of which, 6.0 to 7.4 is what I would deem as something to rent or get on-demand or whatever.  Worth seeing, but not great or can’t-miss.

Between 5.0 and 6.0 is probably going to be watchable, but I wouldn’t recommend paying money for it.  There’s a chance you might like it more than me, as it does have some redeeming qualities.

Anything below 5.0 means I don’t recommend viewing it…and it probably has Nicolas Cage in it.

2 thoughts on “Rating Scale”

  1. haha, i almost spit out my yoghurt just now, at the nicolas cage comment 😉

    haha.

  2. Ooh harsh. I do like a cheesy Nic Cage movie, Drive Angry was great! Come on Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengence!

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