After talking about film shots and watching a movie and paying attention to them, I already can't view movies the same. I tried watching one of those really lame and cheesy horror movies on Netflix yesterday, but all I could think of was how choppy the cuts were. I kept paying attention to how they used different shots and most of their choices seemed to be the wrong choice or make it look even worse. I think that makes a lot of sense as to what makes us think a movie is "good" or "bad." Movies aren't just said to be good based on their plot or costumes, it takes the camera shots to make it interesting to watch too. After actually talking about it in class, it's a lot easier to analyze why a movie is more popular than others. When the shots are more choppy, the movie seems to drag on and lose focus. I even sat there and in my head went through which type of film shot they were doing.