Anything that well constructed or skillfully built, usually this sentence belongs as a compliment
This film is very well-made!
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In an attempt to be original this phrase was created by Neal Coombes circa 2017 as an adaptation of fair point, well made. Today is an overly used extremely tired phrase.
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Said to acknowledge someone else's explanation of something and thank them for it, with the added undertone of acknowledging that yeah now that you think about it, really that should have been obvious all along and you were being stupid for even asking the question in the first place.

An early (and possibly the first) appearance of the phrase, with this undertone, occurs in a joke in the 1992 episode "Holoship" of British sci-fi comedy TV series Red Dwarf, with the following exchange:

The Cat : Why don't we drop the defensive shields?

Kryten : A superlative suggestion, sir. With just two minor flaws. One, we don't have any defensive shields. And two, we don't have any defensive shields. Now I realise that technically speaking that's only one flaw but I thought that it was such a big one that it was worth mentioning twice.

The Cat : Good point, well made.
Alice: Are you coming round to my house tonight?

Bob: No, I'm away on holiday. I told you yesterday.

Alice: Good point well made.
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