Target Scores Explained
Each and every film earns a score between 1-10.
UNLIKE math class where 5/10 is a failing score, Movie Archer views a 5 as an average film.
1 - The lowest achievable score for a film that contributes nothing positive to the art form.
2- Provides brief glimmers of artistry but it is not sustained throughout the film.
3 -There are entertaining or interesting moments but lacks consistency or prolonged intrigue.
4- While certainly watchable, the film does not drive the artform forward in any way.
5- An average film. Plenty of likable moments and maybe even a few memories are made.
6-A film containing numerous memorable moments. A story that demonstrates intrigue artistry.
7- Distinctly positive viewing experience. Connection to emotion and memory is likely.
8- Entering rarified air. Films at this level of complexity and precision do not come along often.
9- In the conversation of one of the year's or genre's best films. Art at close to its highest form.
10- Instant Classic. A film that will stand the test of time and perpetuate almost universal reverence for eternity.