In an ongoing effort to push the Tommy D brand, Tommy D rates out of — you guessed it, Tommy Ds. When I write reviews, movies are rated out of four Tommy Ds, in half-point increments. Still though, rating and differentiating is very difficult. There are many factors and difficult processes that go into scoring movies. For more on that, click here.
My facial expressions range from disgust to passionate excitement. For multi-Tommy D scores, faces that would indicate lower ratings are faded. This shows that the given film has achieved that number of Tommy Ds, but de-emphasizes the lower levels of excitement associated with those levels. Below are some examples:
1 Tommy D:
2.5 Tommy Ds:
4 Tommy Ds: