★ – Disappointing, Lacklustre and Tedious
★★ – Average, Uninspiring and Flawed
★★★ – Good, Informative, Entertaining and Enjoyable
★★★★ – Great, Highly Enjoyable, Fascinating and Different
★★★★★ – Unmissable, Enthralling, Stunning and Unique
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