I don't know who this would be relevant towards, most likely, not just NTs, but, here goes.
I am well aware of the fantasy element in movies, the fiction, the minor need for suspension of disbelief, etc. But....there must be logical consistency even in the fiction you present, given your preliminary premise, with any changes noted, thereafter.
Sometimes, inconsistencies in movies bug me to the point where I can't even focus on the movie as a whole.
For example, the movie, Angels & Demons, the whole angle of capturing antimatter within a tube, right from the start, just threw me off because of its implausibility, and it irked me for the rest of it. The urgency of the whole plot was, thus, lost completely on me.
My ENTJ and ESFJ girlfriends and I went to see a chick flick - the Time Traveller's Wife, and I couldn't 'catch on' to the movie because every time he time-travelled, the setting looked 'modern'/not relevant to the time, and I couldn't get a timeline clearly outlined of how the movie was flowing. And, that was that.
Or, if a character says in a movie, "I gotta take my jacket" and puts it on a chair, and then exits without taking the jacket, without any follow-up dialogue like, "Damn, forgot the jacket"...it irks me.
A person driving a car, moving their hand so much on the steering wheel, with a pan shot of the car driving straight (not zig zag)...gah!