Which is the most important part of a movie?
August 3, 2011 6:31pm CST
In watching a movie, which part really interests you the most? Some people might pay attention to the beginning, the conflict or the ending of a movie. I always use the ending as a ground to rating a movie.The ending is always what I am waiting for when I watch a movie. If the ending is not that good, even if the conflict and the effects or the graphics used by the movie are great... I will still find that movie empty if the ending is nonsense. What the most important part of a movie for you?
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5 Aug 11
I think I know where you're going with this. You are saying. you watch the entire movie, and when the end comes, if it ends like a lion, then you will say it was s good movie, but if it ends like a lamb, then it was not that good. I get that. I know that the end of the movie pretty much sums up the entire story line. But, the movie as a whole should be as important as just the end.
4 Aug 11
Well it all depends on the actual genre but as a rule the actual storyline. If a movie doesn’t have a storyline and ends up being either just about the stars, special effects or set piece gags I will grow bored very quickly. Of course not all movies can have a great original storyline, but they can make something unoriginal feel fresh.
4 Aug 11
The most important part of a movie is the admission charge. There are several ways to manage this. Just wait a few weeks and choose a discount time. Some movie houses discount movies starting at 11 am. I've seen recent movies for $1.00 at a discount theatre, or borrow a movie for free from your library.
3 Aug 11
For me the whole movie itself is important, I can't choose a part since I'm the type of person who have an obsession in seeing the whole thing unfold. I can't even go to the bathroom to pee if I watch a movie, everything should be literally emptied out so that I can only focus on the movie that I'm watching.