Yeah, attacking anyone for simply having and expressing an opinion is out of line. Even if the discussion gets heated, as it is won't to do, it is out of line. I'm sure I made a mistake or two, for which I apologize. I think the big problem when discussing films of this nature - big massively hyped nerd pictures, especially franchise stuff - is that ever since Lucas went and acted all Lucas, people always want someone to blame when things go wrong, and since the aggrieved party can't tell Hollywood how angry they are, they tell the people who enjoyed it. (The inverse of that is that people then feel the need to defend those monolithic entities' feelings, which is ridiculous, and only serves to perpetuate the angst.) It isn't right, but it is understandable. I wish film criticism (sans a couple certain critics) would return to the way it was in the 70s, but that ship's long sailed. The RLM guys are fighting the good fight, though.