Shooby 🙊’s review published on Letterboxd:
You can have good cinematography, editing and so on but it can be used for a bad narrative decision. My primary consideration, thus, is plot, because even if the artistry is passable enough to not bother, screenplay can elevate the experience by a lot, but if the storytelling is atrocious, there isn't much that artistry can do in order to salvage it to me.
I view rating things as what kind of value the movie gives to me so I'm open to giving any rating from the scale regardless of the movie's "weight class". I know there are an awful lot of people who've the view that if a movie is competently made, it should get at least a star, but to me that's just limiting and it kind of takes the fun out of rating things.