In October of 2016, Nick Kush created MovieBabble to share his love for film with willing readers. At MovieBabble, the primary goal is to provide long-form pieces discussing film that are meant to both inform and entertain. There’s a lot of films from which to choose, and it’s MovieBabble’s duty to make sure that you can make a solid decision for your own viewing experiences or be engaged in quality film discussion through thoughtful, in-depth analysis.
The site also takes part in discussing news in the industry as well as creating top ten lists and rankings of all different types of movies and subjects. MovieBabble will also take an in-depth look into trends and stories in the industry, putting a unique spin on the conversation. MovieBabble writers are offered practically complete artistic freedom, so you could see countless different articles on fascinating subjects every single day.
MovieBabble is always listening to its readers. So, if you have some thoughts on a post or how to progress the site forward, please speak up! Your thoughts are always encouraged and welcomed. MovieBabble is the “casual way to discuss movies,” so don’t be afraid to speak your mind via the comment section, email, or any other means of contact. Every writer’s goal here at the site is to create a thoughtful space for film rhetoric, and our hope is that each reader feels that emphasis.
Acclaim and Professionalism
Nick Kush is a current and active member of the Internet Film Critic Society as well as the Washington, D.C. Area Film Critics Association, indicating that all reviews and other articles provide well-crafted opinions and a sense of professionalism that ensures that you are getting quality film criticism every step of the way.
All of the site’s reviews end in a letter grade of the film in the typical F to A+ format. We consider a movie that scores a “B-” or higher “fresh” by Rotten Tomatoes standards. A “B-” grade expresses that the particular film has some type of promise which has enough payoff to be more enjoyable than not for the typical moviegoer.
Here’s a standard breakdown of how the site sees each grade as it pertains to a film’s merits:
F to D+: A misguided film that the reviewer will most likely never revisit
C- to C+: A watchable film that could be viewed again under the right circumstances but is still poorly constructed
B- to B+: A solid film that largely succeeds at its goals but still has some noticeable flaws
A- to A+: A must-see film
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