It's been awhile since I've been in here to have a discussion, hm.
Anyway, as we come from different backgrounds with different frames of references, we determine differently what or what doesn't make a good film.
In my opinion, some key factors to look at happen to be originality, as one. There are different types of genres that films can fall under and if a film is able to add something new or twist the elements that genres describe for us, then that is what makes a film original in my opinion. A film should also offer some sort of complexity in order to keep an audience's attention. The film should have a plot that has depth and developement. Of course there are films that we can simply enjoy as well, but I personally enjoy the ones where I can theorize things only to figure out truths at the end! I think the last major factor a good film has is nice cinematography. I believe a movie's images should contribute to the story usually.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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