Right now it’s only a notion, but I think I can get the money to make it into a concept, and later turn it into an idea.
— Woody Allen

Film is an education. 

Raised on a diet of animation and British Comedy, High Frame Review contributor in chief Oliver Cation found his tastes heavily influenced by that of his parents and the prevailing popular cinema of the time. The ever stylish James Bond films meshed with toy manufacturing ploys like Space Jam and art house cinema like Russian Ark. As age took hold and a more discerning mind allowed for exploration, cinema became an endless rabbit hole of possibility, entertaining and educating as emotional response, social interaction and history lessons were all rolled out amongst the ever present stinker. A diet of Tarantino, Scorsese, Smith, Allen and many more allow us to have a better grasp of film, but never enough to be truly fluent.

It is a lesson to learn to understand that there is good and bad cinema but good and bad aren't associated with enjoyment. Critical acclaim will not ensure enjoyment and more often than not enjoyment can be more important. 

So have a look into the world of High Frame Review and see how our opinions differ, then let us know.