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... a detailed analysis will help them to notice the most important film elements and not to look over the best scenes.

I think that means that a good review of a movie (the full text is about that) should help you to don't watch the important scenes without paying attention.

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    More context is needed. It could be that they meant “overlook” but “look over” could also work but the sentence would would have a completely different meaning.
    – Jim
    Apr 18 at 4:46
  • The text is about "how to write reviews" and the complete paragraph is: Sometimes, an inexperienced audience needs some instructions for the right way of watching a certain movie. A detailed analysis will help them to notice the most important film elements and not to look over the best scenes. Moreover, particular movies have a confusing plot with unexpected twists that need additional explanations. Apr 18 at 5:18
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    In that case I think they meant overlook not look over.
    – Jim
    Apr 18 at 5:20

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