I’m a journalism/cinema double major who enjoys talking about movies. All the time. I’ve been doing it since I was little- my parents still tease me about wanting to go see movies because “this cast looks great!” or “the score is done by so-and-so, they should be fantastic!”
So now I’d like to share that with all of you and maybe spark some discussions with you and your friends as well!
Just as a note, you will see on my reviews that I give films between a 1 and 5 rating. Here’s a basic scale of what I mean when I say something got a 1 or a 3.5 or 5.
1 – Burn it. It was awful. Just no.
1.5 – Why did this even happen?
2 – Bad. Just bad.
2.5 – I’m not mad. I’m just disappointed.
3 – At least it was worth the ticket price.
3.5 – Enjoyable, even if it’s not great.
4 – Pretty good.
4.5 – Almost perfect…
5 – Outstanding! Awesome! See it right away!
I would also like to add a disclaimer to my reviews, analysis, and general posts: All of my opinions are my own. They have nothing to do with any specific company or production involvement, and my writing will reflect nothing but my own opinions. My writing should not be taken as a reflection of any opinion or standing other than my own.
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