Colour correction is a field that people devote their entire careers to. What makes you think it is as simple as applying a "nice movie filter"? Insulting, much?
That video looks good because it was shot by a skilled cinematographer, with good lighting, good art direction, good editing and good colour grading, as well as some judicious use of effects like the video scan lines which may indeed have been a filter. The fact that the acting and direction are good helps too, though it's the look we're discussing here.
If you want to recreate that kind of look I'd suggest you
- become (or hire someone who is) a skilled cinematographer. Should be doable in somewhere between ten years to a lifetime, the best ones are learning until they retire.
- become (or hire someone who is) a skilled art director. Once again anywhere up to a lifetime should be enough
- become or hire someone… etc. etc.