The word 'cinematic' is not relevant any more . The term cinematic is often banded around fairly freely when referring to images but can it be simply defined? Razor thin |depth of field| where the subject moves in and out of sharp focus can be very distracting. Increasing speed or decreasing angle can often be used to sharpen up movement and especially when shooting slow motion.
You see a lot of cameras will default to a 360 degree shutter or 1/frame rate when set to progressive. These lower speeds blur movement and can really show the non cinematic origins, this can be especially distracting if you have shot with more than one camera in a scene and they do not match. The truth is that often achieving a cinematic image is down to a combination of many things and these are not just….