Protagonist-Mood Ratings of News Events
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 personalities are generally likable, the situation is upbeat, and the targeted audience is male. Each scoring characteristic is not a judgment of political affiliation, per se: the PM Rating is neutral on that topic. For more information, see The Protagonist-Mood Rating Explained.

most recent first:

Pyongyang's testing of a nuclear bomb.

The handling of Hurricane Katrina.

The handling of the Iraq War.

Clinton's tryst with Monica Lewinsky.
more to come...

PM Ratings of films

PM Ratings of TV shows

PM Ratings of news events

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PM Rating is right for you

psychological uses of the PM Rating system

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