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Jan 11, 2012 4:20 PM
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They're happy, content people (:

But really, everyone has different criterion for a good anime and everyone judges differently. You get the generous and the harsh, there's nothing more to say really.
 
Jan 11, 2012 4:24 PM

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i don't care too much the only thing that pisses me off are ppl that rate all anime like there watching shit and claim to love it
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Jan 11, 2012 5:02 PM

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If they put 10 to all anime they see it seems that they really enjoy the anime in all the aspect (story, music, etc)
 
Jan 11, 2012 5:08 PM

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If they put 10 to all anime they see it seems that they really enjoy the anime in all the aspect (story, music, etc)

But that makes the question, Can everything be enjoyed equally?
Every time I turn on the TV or check out a new YouTube clip the only reasonable answer I can come to is no.

 
Jan 17, 2012 6:15 PM

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Though I have been watching anime since I was 9 or so I only was able to branch out away from what was on TV since I was 14 or15 and I only like certain kinds of anime shounen is what I watch most of the time and yes a lot of my anime in my animelist are rated 10 my animelist would be longer if not for that I find a lot of anime like slice of life anime boring and uninteresting. If I really like an anime and find no faults with it I rate it a 10 thats just how I rate the anime I watch.
 
Jan 17, 2012 7:15 PM

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I think people who give all animes they watch a score of 10 have no criticism skills x.x
 
Jan 17, 2012 7:31 PM

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I'm trying to cover all the bases. I believe that those who give nothing but 10's most likely fit one or more of the following:


1.)They have not seen very many anime(like 25 or less)

2.)They rated the anime while they still were hung up(in fanboy phase) with it(like rating 3 minutes after finishing)

3.)They feel like they are betraying their favorite character(s) of a series by rating less than 10.

4.)They are not aware that they can lower their ratings at any time.

5.)They are stupid.

6.)They are very easy to please.

7.)Covered by kiltroutgore(^the user above my post^)

8.)They like the number 10.

9.)They like all anime equally.

10.)They want people to think that they watch and enjoy a lot more anime than they've actually seen.



That covers all I can think of. Take no offense anyone, just spilling my mind.
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Jan 17, 2012 7:47 PM

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i rate on enjoyment and while people may think i give out a lot of 10's(i have 12/108) i think that the show shouldnt be held back if my enjoyment was that good, and i mean that it really sticks with me for a while, all of my 10's give me goosebumps or other good feelings when i look back on them months or even years later

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Jizzy, I know you have no idea how to argue for shit,

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Jizzy as you would call yourself because youre a dick The most butthurt award goes to you And clearly you havent watched that many shows thats why you cant determine if a show is unique or not Or maybe you're just a child who likes common stuffs where hero saves the day and guys gets all the girls. Sad taste you have there kid you came up to me in the first place making you look more like a kid who got slapped without me even knowing it and start crying about it to me

 
Jan 17, 2012 7:49 PM

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I'm trying to cover all the bases. I believe that those who give nothing but 10's most likely fit one or more of the following:


1.)They have not seen very many anime(like 25 or less)

2.)They rated the anime while they still were hung up(in fanboy phase) with it(like rating 3 minutes after finishing)

3.)They feel like they are betraying their favorite character(s) of a series by rating less than 10.

4.)They are not aware that they can lower their ratings at any time.

5.)They are stupid.

6.)They are very easy to please.

7.)Covered by kiltroutgore(^the user above my post^)

8.)They like the number 10.

9.)They like all anime equally.

10.)They want people to think that they watch and enjoy a lot more anime than they've actually seen.



That covers all I can think of. Take no offense anyone, just spilling my mind.
Cause they're stupid haha! I think people who rate it 10 Are idiots because it ruins the whole system of finding good anime in a certain category. And they are stupid.
 
Jan 17, 2012 8:25 PM

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i rate on enjoyment and while people may think i give out a lot of 10's(i have 12/108) i think that the show shouldnt be held back if my enjoyment was that good, and i mean that it really sticks with me for a while, all of my 10's give me goosebumps or other good feelings when i look back on them months or even years later


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Jan 17, 2012 8:29 PM

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Cause they're stupid haha! I think people who rate it 10 Are idiots because it ruins the whole system of finding good anime in a certain category. And they are stupid.


so i'm stupid because i rated some shows with a 10 that realy had an impact on me? that's a bit harsh don't you think (heck even YOU have some 10's)

why even bother discussing this xD it's not like the worst anime will shoot up 1500 ranks just because some people are eighter to lazy or god knows what to think about the score? the only downside i see is on their part... if somebody wants to recomend a show based on their score they will get crap.

my list is 99% rated between 7 & 10 everything under that will have bored me or would just be bad IN MY PERSONAL OPINION.

i do how ever hate the 1 episode review people... wow this anime is definitly worth a 10 the first episode rocks... yadeyadeyadaa :)
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Jan 17, 2012 9:09 PM
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I put 10s to anime when they make me feel i'm watching a really good anime, for example: Ano Hi Mita Hana made me cry, and i've become attached with the characters, or Shin Seiki Evangelion have great characters and story, i love that story, therefore i've rating with 10.
 
Jan 17, 2012 9:34 PM

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I actually Haven't rated any of my anime mostly because I watched them so long ago U don't remember or I just put it as complete because I was lazy.
 
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First Post: I'm a person that rates everything I watch a 10. Just started heavily watching anime 4 weeks ago. Also decided to browse the forum for a first time today and a there's topic that already relates to me o_o.

The reason why I rate everything a 10 is pretty much what the majority here already said. It's because I enjoy it. I pretty much thought anime were for kids/teens (My Japanese friends looks down upon it) but after watching my first "real anime" I was severely wrong. It pretty much changed my view on life, and so did the next series, and the next, etc... I always remember how awesome it was and what good life lessons I can gain from it afterwards, hence why I don't criticize anything I watch (yet).
 
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First Post: I'm a person that rates everything I watch a 10. Just started heavily watching anime 4 weeks ago. Also decided to browse the forum for a first time today and a there's topic that already relates to me o_o.


That reasoning is the victim of the YouTube/Facebook "Like" or "not to like" bullshit that is destroying people's ability to use rating scales with more than 1 choice.

It doesn't matter what you call it(enjoyment or objectivity) but there no way for a person to like everything equally when the tool used to measure enjoyment has a range of values. There's no need to criticize any anime. You can simply ask yourself did you enjoy one anime more than another and then use more numbers to show which anime were the most enjoyable.
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Jan 18, 2012 2:06 AM

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This "I enjoy it" argument is flawed. You can't enjoy every anime in the same way because not every anime is the same.

For ex. I enjoyed Detroit Metal City a lot but I would never ever give it a 10.

Of course everyone on this website enjoys anime (duh) but in time we learn to create a personal system that we use to grade a certain anime. One has to take intro consideration many aspects of the anime (story, characters, animation, music etc). For ex. I enjoyed the visuals in Last Exile but... that;s it. There's no reason to give it a 10 just because of that.

Anyway, people that rate lots of anime with 10 need to see more anime and make a difference. They need to develop (and they will, in time) a criteria by which they they grade anime.
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I like my ratings, it's the best way to go.
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Jan 18, 2012 5:18 AM

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Anyway, people that rate lots of anime with 10 need to see more anime and make a difference. They need to develop (and they will, in time) a criteria by which they they grade anime.


...speaking from vast anime watching experience, are we? That experience honed your critical skills to the level that makes you feel superior to those who do not go by your way of 'critical' thinking? or rating? or whatever else you or anyone else, believe should kowtow to your line.

I stand by jal90's explanation: Many of you are also assuming that your definition of 10/10 is my definition or anybody else's and that's again false. We are arguing about something completely subjective in its interpretation, there is not a rule we have to follow and I don't care if you describe the rating as "unapproachable perfection" because I DON'T.

I do realize that whatever else that will be said about the matter will eventually slide over your heads simply because you just do not comprehend my sense of enjoyment nor do any of you wish to...which is fine by me. I don't rate for you or MAL - it's my anime list.

Now...to go back to watching more cartoons - oops! anime.
 
Jan 18, 2012 5:54 AM

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I have not gave out a single 10 , I may have felt like it after watching it but I normally wait a few days before rating it to decide how I actually felt. Anyway back on top I feel that they have rated it within like 2 seconds of finishing and are just in the fan boy stage.
 
Jan 18, 2012 6:12 AM

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Lucky bastards who can enjoy everything and have no sense of quality whatsoever. I would love to be able to do that. Hey, it's awesome if you enjoy everything, isn't it?
 
Jan 18, 2012 8:49 AM

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-And I have read that you don't know which is their favorite if they put a lot of 10/10s... Why should I make clear which is my favorite to you if it is my list, made by myself and for me? And to contradict the example, how can I differentiate between the levels of "averageness" or "goodness" that your high bunch of 6 or 7 ratings have? Why should I anyway? With a 1-10 scale rating, this sort of things will happen with potentially every number in the scale.


I don't get people who say that this is "their list, for them" and then feel a need to quantify their enjoyment and put it in a list for the public to see.

Putting out a lot of 6s and 7s is indeed the same problem,but I don't think the issue is "people giving too many 10s" as much as it's "people not making use of the whole ratings system".

 
Jan 18, 2012 9:24 AM

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If they enjoy it, they enjoy it. Personally for me 10 has to be perfect for the individual. Something thats gonna stick in your mind forever! But i have my own rating system and everyone else has their own system so it doesnt really bother me.
 
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-And I have read that you don't know which is their favorite if they put a lot of 10/10s... Why should I make clear which is my favorite to you if it is my list, made by myself and for me? And to contradict the example, how can I differentiate between the levels of "averageness" or "goodness" that your high bunch of 6 or 7 ratings have? Why should I anyway? With a 1-10 scale rating, this sort of things will happen with potentially every number in the scale.


I don't get people who say that this is "their list, for them" and then feel a need to quantify their enjoyment and put it in a list for the public to see.

I like to quantify my enjoyment and put ratings in everything I watch, it might be a derivate question from when I got used to do it in forums where I was meant to comment and rate things to contribute to the stats of the show (there used to be a poll). So my interest on having an anime list and have the anime shows ranked in it responds to my own needs and not to what I necessarily want to show to the world. Of course I like to have people see my ratings but this is not the primary objective, which is to have an order of the shows I watch and how much I enjoyed them, for me. And for example I also rate regularly at IMDb, which is one of the least recommendable sites to try to make your ratings public (although things have changed these last months).

And, most important, I think you are missing the point I was trying to make, and it is that, being public or private, the list is mine, so complaints and demands about a structure in the votes or further explanation (i.e. "I don't know which is your favorite anime") are not needed and I personally get bugged when people feel they have the right to criticize a list and call for changes because it doesn't have the information they want. If you want to know my favorites, look at the favorite anime list I also have in the profile or ask me. But don't come demanding that I put in my list things I don't want to be there, nor that I make it clearer for your subjective comprehension, and of course not that I vote in the way you would do either.
 
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This whole notion that being a newcomer to anime/manga automatically denotes you as ill equipped to critically analyze the value of the show is a misconception. I think you just have to have maturity with media in general and a keen eye for understanding what in the general the anime/manga purports. If you can slap a rating of a 10 on a majority of the anime you watch doesn't that defeat the purpose of calling it a masterpiece?
 
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TsukikageRan said:
bloodlover said:
Anyway, people that rate lots of anime with 10 need to see more anime and make a difference. They need to develop (and they will, in time) a criteria by which they they grade anime.


...speaking from vast anime watching experience, are we? That experience honed your critical skills to the level that makes you feel superior to those who do not go by your way of 'critical' thinking? or rating? or whatever else you or anyone else, believe should kowtow to your line.


Sorry but I never said that I feel superior or that have have critical skills. I just stated a fact. Everyone starts at some point from a certain anime or genre and then ofc they look of similar anime.
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bloodlover said:
TsukikageRan said:
bloodlover said:
Anyway, people that rate lots of anime with 10 need to see more anime and make a difference. They need to develop (and they will, in time) a criteria by which they they grade anime.


...speaking from vast anime watching experience, are we? That experience honed your critical skills to the level that makes you feel superior to those who do not go by your way of 'critical' thinking? or rating? or whatever else you or anyone else, believe should kowtow to your line.


Sorry but I never said that I feel superior or that have have critical skills. I just stated a fact. Everyone starts at some point from a certain anime or genre and then ofc they look of similar anime.

Which fact did you stat? That's not even true for many cases. So I started watching anime with Studio Ghibli, and yeah, there is a great number of my favorites in there. However what you may not know is that some of my current 10s are the result of later viewings of films I previously found good but not awesome (Nausicaa, Porco Rosso) and that to the increase of grades appreciation for an author and their world (in this case Miyazaki) can make a lot more than the so-called lack of experience, which I otherwise don't deny I have but it is still equally easy for a show to get the highest rating from me than it was two years ago. Even if I admit some shows would probably get a lower rating in reviews and with more anime knowledge (for example, Elfen Lied), that's not the case for everything and later viewings on stuff I enjoyed at first has mostly confirmed its soundness or even increased it. And if the question is variety, I'd say my favorites (Ghibli, Satoshi Kon, Azumanga Daioh, Cowboy Bebop, Princess Tutu, Kino's journey) have little to nothing in common with each other. So this "stated fact" is not an absolute truth either (as said, I don't consider myself expert and I think I have my bias, of course everybody has! But that doesn't make you less apt to enjoy other kinds of anime, nor to critically analyze whatever you watch, even if you end up loving it).

And that considering that anime is not a separated galaxy and it shares most if not all the requirements for any other kind of media to hold critical analysis, so if I was already a film fan before starting with anime and have watched several types of audiovisual stuff I think I am able to point the good and bad points of a show no matter if I have tried one, three or fifty-two genres before.
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Jan 18, 2012 11:41 AM

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In my opinion, i don't care how many 10's can these people gave.
but just don't screw up the overall-rating system srsly.
 
Jan 18, 2012 11:47 AM

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In my opinion, i don't care how many 10's can these people gave.
but just don't screw up the overall-rating system srsly.

Unless they have a secret and illegal way to vote with 0 or negative numbers, I can't understand how could they screw up the rating system.
 
Jan 18, 2012 11:48 AM

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Who actually has a large number of anime watched with every single one rated 10? Do such people actually exist?


An example of 10-rater:

http://myanimelist.net/animelist/nohocker
 
Jan 18, 2012 11:49 AM

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jal90 said:
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In my opinion, i don't care how many 10's can these people gave.
but just don't screw up the overall-rating system srsly.

Unless they have a secret and illegal way to vote with 0 or negative numbers, I can't understand how could they screw up the rating system.

Rating some anime 10 and leaving others unscored, regardless of it's quality, gives the first shows an unfair advantage.
 
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In my opinion, i don't care how many 10's can these people gave.
but just don't screw up the overall-rating system srsly.

Unless they have a secret and illegal way to vote with 0 or negative numbers, I can't understand how could they screw up the rating system.

Rating some anime 10 and leaving others unscored, regardless of it's quality, gives the first shows an unfair advantage.

It will be unfair for you, however the only overall rating system available in MAL is the one that allows shows to be rated in the range of 1-10. Even people who vote everything 10 use this system so I don't get the rant.
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It will be unfair for you, however the only overall rating system available in MAL is the one that allows shows to be rated in the range of 1-10. Even people who vote everything 10 use this system so I don't get the rant.
Not a rant, just an answer.
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I'm not a critic, and I can care less what the more critical people have to say about the way I rate my anime. I base it off of emotion. Is that the right way to do it? Probably not. Does it effect anyone else? Nope, nope it does not. If I enjoyed an anime very much, regardless of its plot holes, regardless of its shitty animation, regardless of its bad roster of characters, etc. the list can go on and on- if I enjoyed an anime very much then it's going to get a high score from me.

We all have standards, sure. And we all have a system in which we base what we enjoy. Some of us nitpick, and that's awesome, more power to those who really enjoy the technicalities behind these shows and the criticism involved. That's cool. Then some of us ARE easily amused if that's how you want to phrase it, and honestly that sounds somewhat like an insult. Some of us aren't in it to go through with a fine tooth comb and pick out the plot holes/inconsistencies etc. My rating is my rating. Not a reflection on the overall quality of the anime.

This isn't a big issue really. And no one needs to be insulted on their tastes.
 
Jan 18, 2012 1:02 PM

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I didnt give 10 to everything.
But i gave a lot of 9 and 8.

My main element to judge an anime is the enjoyment.

I dont care about graphics, soundtrack, etc so much.
 
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Who judges anime by it's soundtrack? LOL.
 
Jan 18, 2012 1:33 PM

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Who judges anime by it's soundtrack? LOL.

If some judge it for animation, why not judge it for it's soundtrack? Both are a part of the production values.
 
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Who judges anime by it's soundtrack? LOL.


Music can go a long way. It can make a great show even better, sending it into legendary status like, for example, Cowboy Bebop and GitS Stand Alone Complex. It can also make an otherwise average show memorable, such as Lilium from Elfen Lied. I'd say the soundtrack makes quite a difference. Though, of course, it isn't a deal breaker.

Anyway, I'm not sure if I commented before or not. But, I'll put my opinion out there in any event. Personally, I'm with the "How can you tell what is REALLY good (or favorite) if you rate everything inordinately high" crowd. I think if your ratings are spread out it is a lot easier for someone to read and understand your tastes/opinions going by scores.

I also agree with Bloodlover that as many people watch anime, or rather, anything their way of looking at things change. Well, it did for me anyway. I'm not going to judge people for scoring how they want to score the anime on their list, but I don't see how it's a bad thing to take a step back and look at things from a perspective other than "this sure was fun" or "this sure was entertaining".
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They are either easily amused or aren't critical enough.
 
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jal90 said:
Shizu_chan said:
In my opinion, i don't care how many 10's can these people gave.
but just don't screw up the overall-rating system srsly.

Unless they have a secret and illegal way to vote with 0 or negative numbers, I can't understand how could they screw up the rating system.


they can sorta screw up the rating system because people rating 10s to everything are generally watching generic highly popular anime. less popular anime always miss out on the 10's given, and stay at the bottom.. only to be watched by the more critical viewer, enjoys it, but gives it a sensible 7

death note.. everyone has seen it, but its popularity is correlated to its rating in the sense that everyone who gives 10s out for everything, has probably got deathnote in the list
 
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Who judges anime by it's soundtrack? LOL.


I started watching Fairy Tail because the soundtrack is great.
This is the best of Fairy Tail imo.
 
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Who judges anime by it's soundtrack? LOL.

Anyway, I'm not sure if I commented before or not. But, I'll put my opinion out there in any event. Personally, I'm with the "How can you tell what is REALLY good (or favorite) if you rate everything inordinately high" crowd. I think if your ratings are spread out it is a lot easier for someone to read and understand your tastes/opinions going by scores.

I also agree with Bloodlover that as many people watch anime, or rather, anything their way of looking at things change. Well, it did for me anyway. I'm not going to judge people for scoring how they want to score the anime on their list, but I don't see how it's a bad thing to take a step back and look at things from a perspective other than "this sure was fun" or "this sure was entertaining".

I'd say, if one rates everything "inordinately high", then everything is really good for him/her, therefore that's how you should read it. Of course depending on how does the user conceive the rating system, because a criterion in which the lowest grade possible is 7 would probably require another point of view, as a 7 or an 8 is clearly not an outstanding, probably not even a good show for the user. But apart from those extremes that the free interpretation of the rating system leads to, I still don't think that it is right to demand information that the user doesn't give in the list, because it's their list and they choose what to show in it. So for example I like to write a mini-review but I don't like to make a clear ranking in the list that differentiates between two 10/10 ratings. For that purpose there is another tool called "List of favorite animes" and there is also the board in which I can comment and compare the different shows. The list of viewed anime is just a track with my summed up thoughts on each individual work and the rate I thought deserved. And for many people it's just a track, therefore it should be treated as this.

Of course the ways of viewing and criticizing anime change. Of course. What doesn't have to change is the percent of 10/10 ratings you give. Here is where the stated fact, in my opinion, is not that solid. Because many people keep being as generous after ten, two hundred or one thousand titles and they don't care if they have more than 25% of the stuff with the highest rating, in the same way people who never gave it may probably reach their thousandth view without any single 10. The idea that the Gaussian bell around 5,5 is the natural evolution for each one of us is not only completely false, but in a way, ridiculously one-sided if you are one of those who complain about how people tend to rate in extremes.
 
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I think i still judge anime by their soundtracks on first glance. @.@
Anyway, i think rating a majority of anime 10 is not crazy at all, it's extremely hard deciding which was better, especially when you liked it equally as much, but in your mind you know that a certain anime was better.
 
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They don't really care about rating that much. At least that''s the impression i get.
 
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I don't care.

But maybe they didn't watch every anime, they watch anime they interested in so they score it 9-10 or if they dislike the anime, they stopped watching it, so the only anime they watched are the one that they like... so the rating won't below 7 or 8 because they watch it bcause they enjoy it so... 9 - 10
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Who judges anime by it's soundtrack? LOL.


I do. Of course I don't rate the anime 100% based on this but it's important to me. This way you can make a difference between anime with generic or random soundtracks or ones that have something special to them (Elfen Lied, Bubblegum Crisis, GiTS, etc).

Imo it's better to rate an anime based on story, characters, soundtrack, etc than just by the "I enjoyed it" argumen. You can enjoy many anime for many different reasons but that does not mean that all them deserve a 10.
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i don't remember ever rating an anime 10.
nothing is perfect.
 
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I don't care.
 
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I bow down to their impeccable logic.
 
Jan 19, 2012 5:53 PM

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Well if they enjoy it I would guess its good for them.
Since overall its the users choice.
 
Jan 19, 2012 7:53 PM
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I don't mind. But I do kind of disdain those who rate anime *mostly* either a 1 or a 10. I saw someone's list like that earlier, and it just sort of ticked me off.

I mean, if an anime was *that* bad (to warrant a 1, that is) THEN WHY WATCH IT?

Regardless, I suppose everyone has their own opinion, and I'll still respect that. But at first glance, it's just like "WHY"?
 
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