When reading a narrative, I am critical. The percentages between ingenuity and reflexivity depend entirely on what I am reading, be it a book or a movie.
For a book, I would say I am 70% reflexive and 30% naive (or "renafli"). When I read a book, I will usually do it to grow as a person, adding a new perspective to the collection in my subconscious. I do it to get to know the characters, in a way unreachable in real life, to find that I am not alone under my "innate" perspectives. I do it mainly to find myself, as well as to discover the person I could become, considering the personality I already have. I rarely read to avoid boredom, which I do with a movie.
When reading a movie, I am 50% reflexive and 50% naive (or "renaflie"). I look at it in an attentive analysis of each visual metaphor. Every fact has relevance to emotional progress explicitly invoked by a cut, light, a sound, or a lens. When I read a movie, I do it to entertain myself emotionally in the vaulted and arched journey of each character, within a story narrated through the details.