Originally Posted by night0205
It really has to do with how good a filmmaker is at well film making. The director of Origins Wolverine never did a big budget movie before, he didn't know anything about it.
But there's also the crew and the producers. The cinematographer of the movie worked with the first Narnia movie and Moulin Rouge. Most people from the Art Department/crew should have experience when they were signed to do the movie. The producers also had a say in the movie. Its always a collaborative work when it comes to filmmaking.