Premium Member Alessandro Machi Posted January 13, 2008 Premium Member Share Posted January 13, 2008 The analogy I would come up with is team cross country race. No matter how good your first, second and third place team members are, the fourth and fifth place finishers matter to the overall score and can weigh the teams total score down to the point they finish out of the contention. So, no matter how good the acting and cinematography are, if the sound is horrid and music is put in the wrong places and at the wrong levels, the movie won't be considered great. As long as your top five elements are a combination of good and brilliant, than the film can be called great, but one glaringly bad aspect drops the overall value of the film. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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