Which one Describes you The best

  1. 1 to a tee… during my early teen days I watched.. so.. so.. so many bad / average movies that they just happen to rule my ratings… it wasnt until i got letterboxd that I actually started watching quality films — so i hope eventually it will look like #3 !

  2. Yes. Letterboxd got me paying more attention to what was thriving at festivals and popular films from other countries. Most of my 3 star and below watches are early aughts movies hahaha

  3. 1… because I'm stingy with the 5 stars, and don't often rate 2-star or below movies unless they're really awful. I rate way way too many films 3-and-a-half stars.

  4. 3 except even more exaggerated lol i honestly feel like i need to watch some bad movies just to even things out a little bit

  5. I’m definitely #1, I try to avoid 1-star and 5-star ratings unless ABSOLUTELY necessary. I think they’re polarizing and often made emotionally rather than on the OBJECTIVE quality of the film. I also avoid watching movies that’d I’d probably give under 3 stars (basically Hollywood propaganda shit). So my ratings usually fall between 3 and 4, with 2.5 and 4.5 used on occasion as an extreme.

  6. Mine looks like 1 because I see pretty everything that is released theatrically. I rarely watch movies at home.

  7. Probably 1 but just because I don’t give tons of low ratings. I do give out a fair amount of 4.5s though, just super rare on giving 5s. My ratings are almost exclusively between 2.5-4.5 stars because I can normally find enjoyment even in bad films. Just have a handful under 2 stars

  8. Either 1 or 2. I describe mine is a pine tree on its side. Starting low at .5 and growing till you get to 3.5&4 then drop to 4.5&5.

  9. Guess I’ll go with 2, mine is a sharp curve starting at 0.5 that is highest around 3.5-4 and then drops again after

  10. 4 but really none of them. 4 is easily my highest with 28%. 3.5 and 4.5 are both 19%. 31% 3 or under. 6% full boat.

  11. None. 68% of my ratings are 4, 4.5 or 5. I don't think I'm particularly generous, I just watch things I know I'll really like.

  12. 3, though not quite as many 5-star reviews. I'm not going to deliberately watch something I know I'll hate to get a more even bell curve.

  13. The first one. 3 is my default rating for movies I “like.” 4.5 and 5 are rare, reserved for a small selection of personal favorites. So I think of it mostly like a 4-star scale, plus a bonus.

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