I also said "good" is enjoyable. You can still enjoy Schindler's List because of how emotional it was, or meaningful. Good doesn't just mean "good time" or "fun." But it's not about "us" huh. Or the we, or you. It's about how well the film does. But clearly, you're more qualified than I am, even though it's not about "you", right? Transformers tells a story. Again, it's a good story. It's not a great story. It's not fantastic, amazing, a masterpiece, but it's good. It keeps me engaged. Yes, please play the victim in words that I never said or even considered by placing them in my proverbial mouth. Did you miss the other parts I posted about the movies quality? Or how others opinions matter as well? I could say that a movie you think is "good" is bad because I think it's bad on a personal level. That's right, it is in fact about "me." My view. If I find something enjoyable, it's good. Bottom line. The same applies to you. To all of us. If you can't understand that when people say "It's good" means "I think it's good" without actually saying that part, then you really don't have a right to preach to me about the qualifications of the opinions of others. The difference here, is I don't say your opinion doesn't count or isn't qualified enough just because you disagree. You're free to think the movies are "not good" or "trash" or "shit" or whatever word you want to use, just as I'm allowed to think they're good. I'm quoting this line again just so you can try to see the problem. You put yourself on a pedestal, tell others they can't think something is good to them because it's not good to you. That's not how this works, regardless if you study film theory or not. I wouldn't give a damn if you were a professional critic, your opinion is your own and only yours. So again it is about a personal view. I'm not going to let others think for me, I'm not going to think for others.