This morning, I was reviewing some movies to possibly add to our planet5D cinema and got to thinking about the different skills required to make movies; you know, cameras, actors, editors, sound guys, etc. So I wondered what the most vital of skills was (and I'm betting everyone has a different opinion here!) to you when you watch a completed movie?
You know, if there's just one thing that you most often look for that if it is wrong, ruins the movie for you.
This is just for fun, you won't fail the test for picking the wrong answer HA! I'm just curious what others think. Don't be afraid to comment either… that's down at the bottom of the page.
I know it is a very tough question that depends on a lot of factors!
For me, it is sound (foley / sound editors etc.) — when I see an actor walking and the footstep sounds don't match the timing – ugh!
(cover photo credit: snap from this flickr photo which has a creative commons lisc.)