A bunch of movie buffs, freaks of the silver screen whose main source of entertainment is movies. We love this form of art so much that we can now comfortably and constructively criticize film making with the main intent to support excellence in film creation. We are not prejudiced about movie stars and are unbiased to anyone in the cine industry. We just love quality films.

Wish we had the funding resources to pull out movies on our own. Since we don’t, we at least wanted to help others decide the kind of movies they need to watch.

We rate movies and give them a score on 100 to assess the credibility. Remember the good old school days where we were assessed for 100 marks in subjects?

The more the score, the better the movie. We stringently measure movies based on several parameters including, story, direction, acting, cinematography, editing, CGI and other technical elements to finally arrive at a score.

We are split into two groups. The top/master critics from Eggreels comprise the first group who write the reviews and rate. Critics in this group get their hands dirty first hand, by watching the movies on the date of release and update the reviews. We try to watch as many as possible.

The second group has the chosen critics. Chosen critics may not necessarily belong to Eggreels, but have the same credibility as the first group. Their reviews will be updated in the lower half of the page where it is mentioned “Critics Reviews”

However, the rating for a movie is based on the intelligent algorithm average of all the ratings given by the critics (both the first and second group). The only difference between the two groups is that the main review comments will be updated by one of the critics from the first group.

Currently you will see most of the films being reviewed by Peter K and Balu P.

Frankly, there is nothing we can do if it is about the score. It is not one man’s rating that you are contesting with. The logic behind our rating system is robust with quite a few strong critics submitting their ratings and the average of the same is shown as the movie’s rating.

But yes, the comments in the main review belong to one of the master critics. We are open to suggestions and inputs regarding the comments in the review. You have a choice to send in your opinion through the audience rating and comments.

Anyone. Just follow a couple of steps and you can join the gang.

Write a review for a new film on its release date (generally Fridays), three weeks in a row.

Our team tallies your review and the rating you provided against the reviews of our panel.

If it matches with minimum variation and if we believe your reviews are neutral and unbiased, you can join the group. We will intimate the same over an email and explain the next steps.

Method 1: Login to the Eggreels portal using your facebook account, select a movie, rate the movie, click submit review (as audience), enter your comments, fill the fields and submit. But right after the process is completed, drop in an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with your credentials and the movie for which your rating was submitted.

Method 2: Just drop in an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the subject line “To join the critics group”, write your review, mention the movie name and other details and send it.

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