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- I like cinema,history,literature.As youīll see in "My favorite movies" list,I like all kind of films, nowadays I am particularly interested in watching all the classics I have not watched yet.I also have some interesting lists and polls in this website,so, if you want to have fun,I recommend them to you.Bye. Explanation:My ratings*. 5 star:Masterpiece/Incredible/Love it 4.5:Marvelous/almost perfect 4:Very, very good. 3.5:Great. 3:Quite good/good taste in your mouth.Itīs a 7-8 over 10.Worth watching it 2.5:Funny, enjoyable (specially in the case of comedies)/you can see it without problems,but is not my style. Average.Itīs a 5-6 over 10. 2:I did not like it, but it had interesting points. Less than 2:bad. As you can see, paradoxically, there can be more difference (for me) between a film with 3 and one with 2.5,than between one of 3.5 and one of 5.Probably,to have a more conventional classification (in other words, to translate it to 1-10 scale just multiplying by 2),you should add half a star to each film (although the ones which have just 2 stars fail in any case). *Take under consideration that my criteria depends on if I have liked the film or not, and not necessary the cinematographic value of the film (although this issue is also under consideration).For example, there are modern comedies that I consider funnier that classic ones, although it is clear that most of the tricks of the firsts were learnt from the lessons given by the seconds (that also accounts for thrillers, dramas, etc).Think also that, for me, the most important part of a film is the script, although I can also appreciate the work of director, actors... **There are films that have been increased in half a star because of a special point: cinematographic value, a marvelous scene or interpretation that made the entire film be worth it...There are also films that I just watched partially but are rated:when I watch them completely,I can change my mind about them.