My Rating System from A+ to F

I get a lot of comments on how I rate movies, I might talk highly of a film, but once I grade it people feel as if my grade was too low, or vice versa. I figured I would put together a quick and easy guide on how my rating system works and estimated guess on what each grade means.

A+

Quite simply, it’s the best a movie can get. Not many films are perfect, but an A+ means that film got pretty close. An A+ is pretty rare on THP

A

One or two slight issues kept this movie from being a near-perfect film.

A-

A good to Great film, either the film had a few issues or it didn’t connect with me but was still good. an A- grade is a lot more common than A or A+

B to B+

Good, but with a few flaws. B to B+ is reserved for films that are far above average, but can’t really exceed into greatness. B level grade usually denotes a good movie, anything above that is just icing on a already sweet tasting cake.

B-

Reserved for films that are still good, but only do a few interesting things with what they’re given.

C+

Slightly above average. verging on good territory.

C

An Average or mediocre film, Not bad, but not that good either.

C-

Just below average, and very close to verging onto bad.

D+

A bad movie, with a few redeeming qualities

D

Bad, but not completely horrible.

D-

There were maybe 1 or 2 things keeping this moving from verging on completely terrible.

F

The worst of the worst, terrible and nearly unwatchable.

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