Well, here it is! I decided to make my own review cards: Animation Unknown. This is mostly for obscure/underrated/overlooked movies, TV series, or even episodes, though it can be used for other things as well. If it looks a little bland on the surface, that's only so that you can add a custom background to spruce it up (whether or not it's related to the work in question is up to you).
Here's the breakdown:
The large box taking up a quarter of the card is where the screencap from the series/movie/episode would go, with the caption below for the name of the work. Below that is pretty self-explanatory.
Now taking up the rest of the card is the scoring system with color-coded bars on a scale of 1 to 10; again, pretty simple to understand: Plot is for how good the premise is or how well the plot progresses, Characters are for the characterization and development of the main and supporting cast, Enjoyment is simply how much you loved/hated what you saw, Creativity is how many liberties and spins it took or just how interesting/unique the concepts, characters, premise, and so forth are, and Execution is how well everything came together and what they did with what they had. However, at the very bottom is the unique part: the Bonus Stars! The more obscure or underrated/overhated something is, the more Stars it earns; a half star adds 2 points, and full stars add 5 for a max of 25 bonus points + the total score, which is added up in the corner.
Star Points are rewarded for a number of things: critical praise, if you feel the episode is unfairly/generally overlooked (You can automatically award a show up to 2 Bonus Stars for a foreign show; this doesn't apply to anime, however, unless it hasn't been dubbed), fantastic animation, powerful morals, even if it's an episode that especially stands out from an otherwise mediocre/terrible series. Star Points can also be deducted from a work, however, for the opposite reasons listed above and more (thus, instead of filling them in gold, they'd be filled in black or red and filled in from the right instead of the left). Point deduction for negative Star Points apply the same way.
*If a work manages to get up to the Purple Zone (Perfect) it automatically receives a full star; also, Purple is worth 2 points--blame my lack of thinking things through and not making sure I divided all of the bars evenly to make 10.
*Use responsibly and judge fairly.
*Credit me in the description; I don't care if you use my template for free, but don't steal it.
*Calculate the Star Points correctly before adding up the final score.
*Every work must have listed at least 1 Pro and 1 Con; no matter how hard you look, there's nothing that is undoubtedly flawless or irredeemably awful (even if, in order to redeem something, it needs to be rebuilt from scratch.
*Here's an example: sta.sh/0z2aznzvr1f