Re: Why would someone avoid STID but see Iron Man & Man Of Steel? spoi How is that a standard of measurement on how people like a film or not? You're assuming that everyone who sees the movie likes it. You are also assuming that everyone who didn't see STID wouldn't like it. How is it any way logical to say that simply because a movie was more popular automatically means it is better? How is it logical to assume that everyone who saw the movie enjoyed it? By that logic, shows like American Idol and other reality shows are the "best" on TV. Indiana Jones 4 made a lot of money, yet it is not regarded very well. On IMDB X-Men 3 has a 6.8 rating, and First Class has a 7.8 rating, yet X-Men 3 made more money. Also on IMDB, Star Wars Episode 1 has a 6.5 rating, while Star Wars Episode 3 has a 7.7 rating. Yet Episode 1 made more money than Episode 3, so by your logic Episode 1 is the better film. Isn't rating a movie a better measurement of quality since that is people's opinion of the movie, not just that they saw it? Like I said before, what movie you think is better is subjective. If you think MOS was better, good for you. I respectfully disagree.