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Old 06-11-2013, 10:17 AM   #1001
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I guess some of the appeal of RT is the simplicity of it's at-a-glance-system. Red? Good. Green? Bad. I agree though - something in between would help distinguish those critically 'average' films from the really good ones, and the really bad ones. Maybe we need 3 colors, not 2.
Though it doesn’t help with the bragging rights (“Dang, my superhero didn’t score higher than yours!” ) I find certain negative reviews can actually be encouraging. Not wanting too much spoilerage, I only skimmed the Variety review. But in it was this assessment:

“The ambition to make a grittier kind of Superman pic is certainly admirable, but much of what Snyder and Goyer set out to fix wasn’t really broken in the first place.

Now imo, there’s a good deal about Superman that’s been “broken” for a long time. So if Snyder and Goyer fixed stuff, MOS might be ideal - at least for me.

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