Please only rate if you have seen the movie you are scoring. The OBJOMB Score is meant to help give an objective score for a film while the SUBJOMB Score is simple and meant to express what your overall feelings for the movie were. Both must be answered to be submitted. Scores (click here) will be posted at a later date.
Update: OBJOMB Category Breakdown
I have heard from a few people that some of the categories may need more explanation. Here are short summaries of what each category entails:
Acting: the performance of the actors on screen or the voice acting for movies that have animation
Editing: the pacing of a film, the cuts from scene to scene, or the cuts within a scene
Cinematography: the visual look of the film or how the various scenes are framed by the camera
Screenwriting: the script, dialogue, story, or screenplay being told in an effective and coherent way
Directing: determining the path of the film and whether or not the film reaches/follows that path in a logical or consistent matter.
Score/Soundtrack: the use of music in a film whether original or not and how it fits the story being told in the film
Visual Effects: the process by which imagery is created or manipulated outside the context of a live action shot in film making…CGI or VFX…this could also include the use of practical effects like stunt work or other artificially generated effects.
Costume/Hair/Make-Up: the clothing, hair, and make up styling suiting the story being portrayed in an effective manner
Sound Design: the overall sound quality of a film which include not only hearing the lines or actors, but also any sound effects that may be implemented
Production Design: the sets or locations that are used as the template for a story which may also include artistic direction in the case of animation