For better or worse, I watch a lot of TV and movies. According to TMDb, I've seen titles as of last writing.
📊 See some pretty plots on this data here.
An unintended consequence of watching too many movies is that I always try to look for the writer's beneath-the-surface motives far too often. Sometimes it ruins the pleasure of watching a movie, but it is also fun to extract meta-lessons. May be I can distill them some day.
I migrated away from IMDb to TMDB, a community-driven effort. I like to think of it as the Wikipedia for movies & TV. I occasionally contribute an edit or two.
For a great place to find movies, see agoodmovietowatch.com for human-curated lists.
|< 2||Ridiculous; should not have been made.|
|2||Below par in more than one of story/acting/dialogues/screenplay.|
|2.5||Average movie; straighforward plot; nothing exciting.|
|4||Very good movie; at least one interesting idea or event.|
|4.5||Very good movie; evokes conflicting emotions, either via story or screenplay.|
|5||Excellent movie; oddballs, blows the mind, question existence.|