Personally, I have trouble using the "I liked it" scale ala Netflix. A movie that garners 5 stars one week only finds 4 another week. In a way, this arises from ambiguity present even within the "I liked it" scale. Did I like it because I was in the mood for a happy film? Or it an enjoyable serious film? Would I like to see it again?
What this scale needs are actions that go along with each rating:
You will probably point out that Garden State, Click, and Finding Neverland were all blockbuster movies. I'm not saying they were bad. I just want to make a statement about how I relate to them. Again, ratings have multiple interpretations, which is a perennial frustration of mine.
How do you interpret your ratings?