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In my opinion, there are many factors which, combined, together [advérbio redundante] can contribute to the quality of a movie. First of all, I enjoy original plots, with a story which contains few or no clichés [gramática] and that becomes (gradually) richer ["goes becoming" é uma tradução livre do português] and (more) surprising as the movie progresses. Also, [nova frase], the major points (of the plot) have [concordância com "points"] to be well explained, because, believe me, a lot of movies leave many central points of the plot unexplained or confusing, mostly in book adaptations, where the director can’t cover the full essence of the book. Then, not only does the story have [inversão usa o auxiliar do tempo empregado] to be good, but also the movie’s cinematography, the places where the shoots take place, the sensations it can convey etc. I’m sure the cinematography is a key to determining ["to" age como preposição e requer o gerúndio] whether the film will be melancholic, romantic etc., among other things. Depending on the movie, it can be as important as the story itself. For me These are the two basic elements that I value (the most) when watching a movie. Naturally, there are other factors, like the acting (the third most important), the music and so on. However, I think their effects on the movie depend a lot on the story, which constitutes the basis for other characteristics to build upon [estilo / naturalidade].