Does Critiquing Movies count as an extracurricular?

<p>Hey Guys,</p>

<p>I was wondering does critiquing movies would count as a extracurricular. I have been critiquing them for about 4 and a half years now on various sites such as Rotten tomatoes and Flickster, is it too cheesy or does it give a bad impression on me?</p>

<p>Thanks,
SPT</p>

<p>Are you a recognized critic? As in the percentage from top critics that shows up on Rotten Tomatoes counts your opinion? Or are you just another forum member? If it is the former then that is prestigious, but if it is the latter I don't see the point in adding that.</p>

<p>bird watching?!?!</p>

<p>Are you then going to count your 58 posts on CC as an EC, too?</p>

<p>I'm a major contributor to Wikipedia! lol...</p>

<p>yea! because with only 58 posts it appears that you have a life</p>

<p>ohay, I was a top poster on HSL for 10 weeks straight, is that an EC? lolwut.</p>

<p>Oh definitely, as does watching movies.</p>

<p>I listed all of the forums I posted on as ECs. Also included the fact that I have Netflix.</p>

<p>To summarize what everyone is letting you know: all you did was post a few reviews on a site, like thousands of other people do. No one noticed and you haven't gained any training in doing so. It's not an EC.</p>

<p>I appreciate your straightforward answer AtomicCafe.... all i asked was does it count... haha there was no need to be cute about it</p>