Protagonist-Mood Ratings of Films
The Protagonist-Mood Rating
A psychological system for ranking
films, novels, TV shows, etc.

psychological ratings of movies, TV shows, etc.
The Protagonist-Mood Rating combines three scores: the first one is Protagonist Likability, the second one is Sustained Mood. (Each is ranked 1 - 9, with 9 as the best score.) The third score, Targeted Gender, is ranked as Male, Female, or Everyone (M, F, or E). Thus, a PM Rating of 79M would indicate 7 for protagonist appeal, 9 for mood, and M for Male. Translated: the characters are generally likable, the tone is euphoric, and the targeted audience is male. Each scoring characteristic is not necessarily intended by the film producer, and does not indicate "artistic" or "aesthetic" quality, per se. For more information, see The Protagonist-Mood Rating Explained.


FILM TITLE
in alphabetical order:

Annie Hall

Apollo 13

A Summer Place

Back to the Future

Ben-Hur

The Best Years of Our Lives

Birdman of Alcatraz

Blade Runner

Bonnie and Clyde

The Butterfly Effect

Cool Hand Luke

Citizen Kane

Dances With Wolves

Day the Earth Stood Still

Dead Poets' Society

Easy Rider

E.T.

The Exorcist

Failure to Launch

The Family Stone

Field of Dreams

First Wives Club

The French Connection

The Fugitive

Ghostbusters

Godfather II

Goldfinger

The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly

The Graduate

High Noon

In Good Company

It's a Wonderful Life

Jaws

The Karate Kid

Kill Bill

King Kong (2006)

L.A. Story

Love Story

Maid in Manhattan

Mary Poppins

M*A*S*H

Meet John Doe

Miracle on 34th Street

The Miracle Worker

Moonstruck

Midnight Cowboy

Mrs. Doubtfire

9 to 5

The Odd Couple (1968)

Oh, God!

The Omen

On Golden Pond

Parenthood

The Passion of the Christ

Peggy Sue Got Married

Poltergeist

The Poseidon Adventure (1972)

Pretty Woman

Psycho

Raging Bull

Rain Man

Rear Window

Rebel Without a Cause

Revenge of the Nerds

Rocky

Rosemary's Baby

Saving Private Ryan

Schindler's List

Sea Biscuit

The Seven Year Itch

Shane

The Shawshank Redemption

Silence of the Lambs

The Sixth Sense

Sleepless in Seattle

The Sound of Music

Spartacus (1955)

Spiderman 2

Star Wars (1977)

Sunset Boulevard

Tammy and the Bachelor

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Terms of Endearment

Thelma & Louise

To Kill a Mockingbird

Tootsie

Toy Story

The Truman Show

2001: A Space Odyssey

The Usual Suspects

The Verdict

Vertigo

Videodrome

Wait Until Dark

West Side Story

What About Bob?

When Harry Met Sally

The Wild Bunch

The Wizard of Oz

Working Girl
more to come...

The Protagonist-Mood Rating Explained: click here.

For a list of TV shows and their PM Ratings, click here.


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PM RATING
protagonists: mood: gender

88E

98M

87F

99E

87M

98E

76M

65M

43M

11M

64M

54E

93E

86M

76E

54E

99E

82E

79E

88E

78E

77F

64M

77E

76E

32M

88M

47M

77E

97M

75E

99E

74M

99E

22M

63M

88F

64F

88E

99E

67E

88E

99E

88E

89E

53M

99E

99E

78E

89E

82E

79E

78E

81M

99F

97E

83E

79E

73E

22M

67E

97E

77E

77E

99E

63E

83M

83E

76M

77E

98M

75M

84E

97E

99E

99E

85M

98E

98E

53E

99F

62M

75E

75E

97E

98E

99E

98E

56M

43M

78E

74E

31M

86E

74E

78E

67E

63M

97E

78E




PM Ratings of films

PM Ratings of TV shows

PM Ratings of news events

a self-test to discover if the PM Rating is right for you

psychological uses of the PM Rating system




The PM Rating
First number:
Protagonist Likability
ranked 1-9
Second number:
Mood or Tone
ranked 1-9
Targeted gender:
ranked M, F, or E










PM Ratings of films

PM Ratings of TV shows

PM Ratings of news events

a self-test to discover if the PM Rating is right for you

psychological uses of the PM Rating system




The PM Rating
First number:
Protagonist Likability
ranked 1-9
Second number:
Mood or Tone
ranked 1-9
Targeted gender:
ranked M, F, or E










PM Ratings of films

PM Ratings of TV shows

PM Ratings of news events

a self-test to discover if the PM Rating is right for you

psychological uses of the PM Rating system




The PM Rating
First number:
Protagonist Likability
ranked 1-9
Second number:
Mood or Tone
ranked 1-9
Targeted gender:
ranked M, F, or E










PM Ratings of films

PM Ratings of TV shows

PM Ratings of news events

a self-test to discover if the PM Rating is right for you

psychological uses of the PM Rating system