Write good movie scenes to practices
Not only what they say and see but what the characters are feeling (physically and emotionally) as well as What the see, smell, hear, ect.
Also try re-writing the scene from different prospective From 1st person from MC point of view, then love interests or villians, or maybe 3rd person omniscient, ect.
One of my favorite examples of this is a friend of my wrote the taming/riding scene for Avatar (big Smurf, not wind boy) but from the point of view of the bird dragon.
Edit: yes I know the title is a nightmare to read. I have no excuse aside from lack of proof reading.
Spare tip: always proof read at least twice
So, my take is - enjoy describing movie scenes cautiously.
Ariana Wrote: So, my take is - enjoy describing movie scenes cautiously.
Well yes, but over describing is a problem a lot of people face. My intended take away from this is that by dissecting a scene and putting it into your own words, it helps you better understand story flow and beats.
For this practice the story, dialogue, character appearance, and character personalities are all already present and flushed out so as a writes it allows you to focus on bettering your pacing, show-don't-tell, and perspective writing.
Its tangentially related to how writing fan fic can help deepen your understanding of character personality and development