Originally Posted by alexander
If we call those two extremes objective and subjective, I want more of the former, please. Despite appearances it is more helpful in deciding what to watch, as it leaves room for users to apply their own unique taste.
A review is making the statement "this is my opinion of the work". All reviews do (or should) incorporate some facts from the work, but are inherently opinionated... because that's what they are... opinions. If you don't like that, you should read summaries, and not bother with reviews at all.
I enjoy reviews, however, and to make them more helpful I look for reviewers that share my opinions on different types of works. Then you can go back to that reviewer for the best advice because you know their response is similar to what your own would probably be. Certainly more effective than wishing for reviews suiting your tastes.
Although, you probably don't need me to tell you that. Just a friendly suggestion! :)