As we know, the TF movies, especially the last two, tend to get very low reviews from the critics, but do very well at the box office. I'm wondering how this ratio compares to that of other movies. I'm not sure what the best metric for it would be, but one might be box office gross per rotten tomatoes percentage point. For example, DotM and Iron Man 3 had about the same box office take, but Iron Man 3 got a 78% while DotM got 36% on rotten tomatoes. So in terms of dollars per percentage point, DotM blows Iron Man 3 away: Iron Man 3: $15.6 million per rotten tomato percentage point. DotM: $31.2 million per rotten tomato percentage point. Some more examples (I threw in some random low rated ones for comparison): Revenge of the fallen: $44.0 million per percentage point Avatar: $33.5 million per percentage point Avengers: $16.5 million per percentage point Are We There Yet: $7.5 million per percentage point Alone in the Dark: $5.2 million per percentage point Avatar had a high rating and made tons of money, so while the dollars per point is high, the disparity has a different context than the last two TF films. Any thoughts on this? Does this show a bias or a disconnect between critics and the movie going audiences, especially with regard to TF films?