FYI I'm still in editing trenches and it's gonna reflect in my posts until I'm done.
Maybe it's just me but half the time I don't get how people can complain so much about a movie or book or some form of entertainment. I pretty much like 99.99% of what I see. No lie. I'm easy to entertain. Of course maybe it's my mentality towards entertainment, which is an escapists mentality. I want to get away from the real world, forget it even existed while sitting in the dark theater or lost between pages.
I'm sure most people do as well but for me, I take a certain amount of pride, I guess, in getting swept away by a story. I just don't care about spotting typos or errors, they are unimportant as soon as I sit back and relax. I noticed when I read a book, the only punctuation I notice are periods. Yeah, I know commas and semi-colons and all those other little marks are in there but if I think back, I don't recall seeing them. I don't take a mental note on where they are placed so I can try to apply it to my own writing. (Spelling errors... I'm so bad at spelling I doubt I'd notice.)
Of course, this isn't to say I don't notice bad acting or when a storyline starts getting shoddy. I'm saying it probably has to be really bad for me to notice. Movies I can completely forgive too but books, not so much. I'll start skimming to get through it faster if I want to see how it ends. Or flip to the end.
I read books to take a break from life, same with movies. As long as I'm entertained, I can forget flat acting or choppy writing. Hell, I probably won't even notice until someone points it out. Easily entertained (and amused) but someone's has to balance the critic that complains non-stop.