meh.No problem. I am doing films, not consuming them.
Doing a "good" film always means to analyze, no matter the genre.
One forming occasion - already 25 years ago - was working with a director who started as a critic and film scholar.
After a week of editing, she took the rough cut home and changed sides:
Her "scholar" - self analyzed what her "director-self" liked.
Very often, the "taste" did not stand the analysis and we reworked the scene.
Of course you sat with Terrence Malick in the editing room and did talk with the actors "who got crazy".
It is just the perpetuated rubbish from film journalists.
I´d rather stick to articles like this:
Let's move on.