Everything Film uses the “stars” rating system when reviewing movies. The stars system is a very efficient and easily recognizable system to judge whether a film was great, good, okay, bad, or horrible. Additionally, if you agree or disagree with our rating for a particular movie, you can rate the film yourself below the reviewer’s rating and just above the film’s trailer.
We introduced this system to see what the followers (a.k.a. filmaholics) thought about a particular movie – since we all have different thoughts or feelings about a wide range of films, just take myself and Nic’s scores as an example, we’ve disagreed with plenty of films from ‘Interstellar’ to ‘Jurassic World’. We also went with the stars system so that the ratings are the same as the reviewers and audiences – a universal system.
The meaning behind these stars are:
If you have any questions with this new rating system, let us know in the comments section below. We are happy to answer any questions or confusion.
Thanks for reading… and moving forward.