So I have been doing some thinking about my movie reviews on my other blog. I have decided they need a rubric, a standard that they can all be measured on. I will have different areas of evaluation, and a 5 will be given for perfect, 1 for very poor. I will then average the scores for a overall score. This post will be version 1.0.
5-Really good acting from the whole cast.
4-Mostly good acting from the whole cast.
3-Really good acting from the main cast.
2-Mostly good acting from the main cast.
1-Poor acting from main cast.
5-Great camera angles. Great background scenery. Top notch special effects. Great lighting. Adds to the story, or does not distract from story (whichever in needed).
4-Good camera angles. Good background scenery. Good special effects. Good lighting. Adds very little to the story, or does not distract a little from the story.
3-Fair camera angles. Fair background scenery. Fair special effects. Fair lighting.
2-Poor camera angles. Poor background set. Poor special effects. Poor lighting. Takes away from the story.
1-Very poor camera shots. Very poor set. Very poor special effects. Very poor lighting. Very distracting.
5-Plot moves nicely. No lulls. Not predictable. Entertaining. Good mix of "action" and dialog." Has a deeper meaning in the plot.
4-Moves well. No large lulls. Fairly unpredictable. Entertaining. Fair mix of action and dialog. Might have a deeper meaning.
3-Moves fair. Some lulls. Fairly predictable. Entertaining. Fair mix action or dialog. Pretty shallow.
2-Slow moving. Some large lulls. Predictable. Un-entertaining. Mostly dialog or action. Shallow
1-Dreadfully slow. Lots of lulls. "I saw that coming." Boring. All dialog, or all action. Very shallow.
For not that is it. I most likely will release new versions the more I think about it. At the bottom I will always say what version I used.