Never compare your project to another project.
I don't get that. So many films are pitched as "it's x meets y!" short-hand. I mean, there's a reason films are so damn derivative. Don't think Into Darkness wasn't compared to Dark Knight Rises at some point behind closed doors, for instance, right down to the instructions given to the guy who did the movie-poster. Anything that's successful becomes used as a keyword in pitch-meetings and there's rampant copying. They just make sure they file off the serial numbers enough to not get sued.