I skulk around the Internet under many different names, most of which are cranberry-related.
My rating scale goes like this:
5 stars: A well-crafted film that entertained me and/or really made me think.
4 stars: A movie that I enjoyed and would re-watch any time. Does not have to be objectively great as long as I loved it.
3 stars: A generally solid movie.
2 stars: Not great, but not a complete waste of time. Usually fairly forgettable, though.
1 star: I wasted two hours of my life.
1/2 star: This movie insulted my intelligence and I can't believe it was ever made.
The older I get, the less patience I seem to have for this whiny existential angst stuff. Loved the world-building -- so many great touches, from singing pizza boxes to virtual (and hackable) therapists -- and the movie definitely made its point re: consumer culture and meaningless office jobs. I found the characters to be fairly stock, though -- the quirky romantic lead and the precocious kid may have been dressed up in future flair, but they were still a quirky romantic lead and a precocious (and dying, to boot) kid.
The "witch" thing was cliche, and the ending was somewhat anticlimactic, but I really enjoyed this, anyway. I liked how subversively queer this movie was (three of the five main ladies were not straight, and this wasn't used to titillate the male characters or the audience -- their sexuality actually helped drive the plot), and I liked how Maddy's attitude toward her fellow cheerleaders shifted from antagonistic to familial over the course of the film.