I love movies and books. I also like to play. Anything about numbers and codes and any kind of language is quite exciting and wonderful.
I value freedom and frienship, and I like to say what I think, even if it's not always something nice - sorry but I see no point in telling lies, no matter how adorable they would seem. All I can do is to shut up and not say anything. However, if I say something you disagree, please let me know. If you have a good argument, I would be happy to change my opinion.
Now about my movies and how I rate them.
I enjoy well constructed characters and a captivating atmosphere involving mystery, fantasy or psichological development. I also apreciate good dialogs. If I have the time to notice the actors eye colour, that's probably an incredibly boring movie... but it happens quite rarely, I usually stop watching before that point.
I think a good movie is one which can make you feel detached from reality and get into a new world.
So I give 5 stars to any movie which succeds in this so brilliantly that I can watch it several times without geting bored, but even enjoying it more than the first time. It is not necessary to be a perfect movie in every aspect, but usually these contain some sort of an epiphany.
A 4 and a half is one that I really liked but for some reason I don't feel like watching it again.
A movie rated 4 stars is probably perfect to watch once.
3 stars and a half mean that the movie left some nice memories, but I would have liked to do important changes... however, probably the acting was good at this level.
3 stars mean that I enjoyed a scene or two, but otherwise, pretty boring movie.
2 stars and a half is the decency limit.
2 stars or less mean that I have been forced or dared to see that movie but I didn't like it at all. I probably felt like walking out of the theatre or I was counting the minutes to the end.