What is important to me is to be able to make distinctions about levels of quality, but to also have enough flexibility to change gears and appreciate something for what it is, rather than for what it is not. This maximizes enjoyment. The danger of being easily pleased is that you don't have those rare moments when you can recognize something remarkable. The problem with being too discriminating is that you can only enjoy those few things of great skill. My range is not as great as some people, but I work towards being able to appreciate a great work of art in film and something mindless and actually pretty stupid, but still fun.