What constitutes a "spoiler" nowadays? When I was younger, spoilers were plot points, twists, and climaxes. Now, it seems, the official advertising
of the film is considered spoiler material by some. I just don't understand the attitude. But, I'm one who reads the last page of a book first.
If I learn the twists and climaxes of a film before seeing it, I feel the same surprise when I learn them as I would when I see the film. Then I'm able to appreciate the story on another level without being distracted by twists and climaxes.