Originally Posted by The Saint
And why are we doing that? Because the product is unsatisfactory. Who's responsible for the quality of the product? Oh, yes, that's right -- the filmmakers.
Time and again the point returns to the fact that you haven't seen the product yet.
You've already expressed that you don't need to see the film to judge it, and that's your right. But accordingly I can't help but put less faith in your argument to persuade on the points you make, because it's admittedly based on incomplete data.
I'm sure there will be fans who take the same approach as you are, and they won't be in the theater next May. They'll have stayed behind willingly, even at the expensve of proving their opinions correct by seeing the film.
That is their choice... but one not to be blamed on anyone else.