We all can't have same opinion over a movie, because we apply to the screen, judgments about people we derived from our social experience. But instead of merely following the story line, check out the contributing elements that make a good film superior to others.
A good performer will bring his or her role to life That may mean studying the role ahead of time rather than just learning the lines.
Even love stories need threats, or deceit to keep us interested in the plot. The next time you watch a film, see if you can find several types of conflict that help to move the plot forward. Films thrive on it; audiences love it.
Photography, scene set-ups, backdrops, and locations add artistic and aesthetic value to a film. A professional photographer and expert camera hands can turn even a mediocre plot into an eligible movie.
5. Theme Music
A string of songs from a particular time period or music style may embellish the acting to add a powerful element of beat and rhythm.
Director And Producer
These people, are responsible for choosing actors, approving the script, and coordinating all the production elements like camera shots, scene speeches, and action sequences as well as special effects, if any. Without these persons, there would be no film.
Watching a movie can be fun and relaxing. Paying attention to the contributing elements can enrich the viewing experience. Look for some of them in the film you see; your viewing experience will never be the same!