The CinemaSlice “Reel” Rating System

CinemaSlice has decided to consolidate our rating system.

The CinemaSlice Reel Rating System is a 6-point scoring metric. The purpose of our new system is to get all contributors aligned on the same page, so to speak. That is to say, we, the collective contributors of, are resolved to all use a single unified rating system when writing reviews! And, we don’t use half reels– cuz thats a cop-out!

Check out the simple break-down below:

6 – Reels 
Highest recommendation. A full boat! A perfect score! STOP WASTING YOUR TIME READING THIS ARTICLE, AND GO SEE THIS FILM, NOW!

5 – Reels 
Strong Recommendation. Highly recommend this one! Not quite the alpha, but definitely the right hand man. SKIP THE ‘WATCH LATER’ LIST, AND CHECK IT OUT TONIGHT!

4 – Reels 
Solid recommend. Like that edgy kid in school… you stand out a little.

3 – Reels 
The average Joe. The middle of the pack. Not impressed, yet didn’t fall asleep. CONGRATULATIONS ON NOT COMPLETELY SUCKING!

2 – Reels 
Few redeeming qualities. There may be a scene or 2 worth watching, but over-all– there’s no reason to get excited over this one. NOT QUITE…

1 – Reels 
Not worth your time.  The participation trophy of the rating system. ANYTHING IS WORTH WATCHING ONCE, RIGHT!?

0 – Reels 
Lowest recommendation. Reserved for only the worst of the worst. Some films deserve a perfect ZER0. DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME WATCHING THIS ONE!

And there you have it! Slice on, Slicers! Slice on!

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Nic White

Program Director at CinemaSlice
Just your typical independent filmmaker, animator, vfx specialist, and creative content developer! I enjoy long walks on the beach while staring into my cell-phone screen and watching episodes of Black Mirror. #SupportIndependentFilmmaking

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