thank you. Really, ROTF has the larger advantage. Think about it. Kids want to see it, so their moms will take them. Dads want to see it as well, and might see it before they let their kids go see it, just to see if it's appropriate. Then fathers usually take their sons to go see it. I've seen alot of families to go see it. Older women tend to like Shia or Josh Duhamel. Men seem to like Megan and Isabel Lucas. Kids like the funny and evil robots and the action. You've got something for every age group. Plus, who doesn't love robots and explosions? With Harry Potter, you've got alot of kids, but not quite as many adults. Plus you have your uber conservative religious folk who believe HP is blasphemous and so-on, so that'll hurt its box office take. Some moms even refused to take their kids to see it because Daniel Radcliffe was naked in Equus. That, and the new Harry Potter movies are getting pretty scary for little kids, so that'll hurt it as well. So basically, ROTF takes the cake.