About the rating system: since there is no half points (><), nor a true zero, it’s very hard to rate correctly and with nuances, but let’s try…
There is not so much very bad movies so now I won’t use a linear scale.
1 star : total crap and bad movies (00 – 05.5/20)(00 – 29/100)
2 stars: not good to not that bad movies (06 – 09.5/20)(30 – 49/100)
3 stars: good (10 – 13.5/20)(50 – 69/100)
4 stars: better (14 – 17/20)(70 – 85/100)
5 stars: masterpieces or highly cult (17.5 – 20/20)(85 – 100/100)
Watching 10-15 films a week, MAINLY what’s on screens in Paris, then: classics retrospectives <3, mainstream stuff, blockbusters or mainstream comedies or french auteur films etc (for instance I’ve just watched Tintin after The balad of Genesis and Lady Jaye few hours ago haha). I don’t really want to rate every single movie I see for this reason… Mainstream stuff are just for entertainment or for my own contemporary culture.
Acclaimed directors I dislike or hate (for the moment): Ingmar Bergman, Ozu, Manoel de Oliveira, Robert Bresson, Pasolini, Wong Kar Wai, Hou Hsiau Hsien, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Brillante Mendoza, Eisenstein, Alain Resnais, Philippe Garrel.
In general there is always ONE film that makes total exception (Resnais’ Marienbad, Garrel’s La cicatrice intérieure, etc)
Important addendum: I’m mostly sensible to photography, atmosphere and tone, and some themes; or/and for instance dialogues in “dialogues-films” (films that rely mostly on dialogues), story, fights and characters in wu-xia pians, humour and writing in comedy, level of entertaining in entertainment/blockbusters, WTFrie and gratuity in exploitation movies, ETC; while I’m barely sensible to the text in “text-films” especially when it’s pure modern literature style (like Hiroshima mon amour, Melville’s Le silence de la mer, Agatha …). Hence my sometimes abusively very high ratings for cult (for me) things, and very low ratings for painful watchings (like the ones above)