Since 2002, I rate movies I've seen. Sometimes I make notes.

By period of release

43×19th century

13×1900–1909

20×1910–1919

93×1920–1929

15×1930 38×1931 39×1932 38×1933 34×1934

29×1935 45×1936 21×1937 12×19381939

12×1940 10×1941 22×1942 24×1943 12×1944

13×1945 33×1946 17×1947 26×1948 24×1949

17×1950 22×1951 12×1952 17×1953 20×1954

27×1955 16×1956 13×1957 15×1958 24×1959

25×1960 22×1961 28×1962 24×1963 21×1964

22×1965 47×1966 51×1967 39×1968 32×1969

22×1970 30×1971 31×1972 36×1973 36×1974

27×1975 29×1976 34×1977 31×1978 40×1979

41×1980 27×1981 56×1982 50×1983 59×1984

57×1985 70×1986 71×1987 82×1988 91×1989

53×1990 71×1991 84×1992 83×1993 59×1994

115×1995 78×1996 102×1997 82×1998 108×1999

105×2000 113×2001 174×2002 150×2003 181×2004

188×2005 163×2006 161×2007 154×2008 121×2009

97×2010 88×2011 92×2012 90×2013 75×2014

89×2015 73×2016 56×20172018

By year of viewing

3737×pre-2013 244×2013 130×2014

137×2015 245×2016 397×2017 172×2018

Ratings

Bad. Uninteresting. Not worth seeing to completion for entertainment. 1193 items (23.7%).

Good on its merits or a nanar, but I'd hesitate to watch it again. 2243 items (44.6%).

Very good or especially endearing, like “Manos”. 1251 items (24.9%).

Great. If you have any interest in anything a picture with this rating represents, see it. 311 items (6.2%).

Punch of genius. Wonderful ideas, slam-dunk execution and profound historical resonance or personal value. 36 items (0.7%).

A further 28 items are unrated: mostly containers.

Lengths

Specifically the length of the review text, not the runtime.

Opinion only. Fewer than 20 characters. 2168 items (42.8%).

Very short. Fewer than 200 characters. 1387 items (27.4%).

Short. Fewer than 2000 characters. 1414 items (27.9%).

Full. 2000+ characters. 93 items (1.8%).


Titles are indexed by time of release first, then alphabetically. Associated works—“franchises” in broad interpretation—are clustered except on indices dedicated to rating or length. My Filmtipset page has better facilities.

I used to study film and had proper reviews published in Spionen for a few years. I write to think and I deny the existence of pure entertainment.