From time to time, I’ll review something—a film, a TV program, a book, a beverage, or a piece of food—with stars.
I’m a fan of simplicity: the lowest rating is one star and the highest is three stars.
Here’s what each star-rating means:
|It was an overall positive experience that I recommend for anyone.|
|It was an overall forgettable experience. Why did I bother writing about it in the first place?|
|It was an overall terrible experience that I recommend avoiding.|
I prefer this to a five-star scale because I am not confident enough in the difference between a four-star thing and a five-star thing. It’s either good or it’s meh.