Well, is it? For most people its good to have a balanced film, but I have met many people that are very adamant about realism. Even limiting their genres to drama and biopics! My question is, 'is realism so crucial'? Does it affect the enjoyment that much? Personally, I could watch a true story one day and 'Star Wars' or 'Ultraviolet' the next. I'm flexible. I guess it comes down to how much suspension of disbelief you want to invest. I always thought films are supposed to be better than real life - real life is what cinema is an escape from IMO. Your thoughts?