Only a 3?
In case you're wondering (and I know you are) about my 5-star rating system, you should know that it's skewed towards things being "good", since even terrible things usually have something good in them. I rate lots of things as a 3, which means that it's a really good thing, but it doesn't have that extra something to really grab me. Here's a little rundown:
1 star: Completely awful, a waste of time, to be avoided at all costs
2 stars: Generally bad, but has one or two redeeming qualities that stand out
3 stars: Good and recommended, but either missing something to really make me love it or having something that bugs me
4 stars: Excellent, wonderful, amazing, which usually means it hits me emotionally
5 stars: Completely stupendous, just as fantastic as 4 stars, but so incredible that I want to experience it again and again