People that like superhero movies. And those of us that don't. I don't really mind if Hollywood studios want to spend hundreds of millions of dollars creating 3-hour CGI-laden borefests revolving around comic book characters (most of whom were dreamt up decades ago). And I don't really care that much if millions of teenage boys stand in line to go and see them. Its just that.... I get a little resentful when adults - and by this I mean 40- and 50 year old male (and they usually are male) humans - start behaving as if the minutiae of the latest plot points and casting choices of whatever Marvel or DC franchise is currently screening is of any interest, whatsoever, to the rest of us. At least half a dozen times, in the past few weeks, I've had to throw up my hands and walk away from discussions where some middle-aged white dude was blathering on about the merits of Captain America or the improbable conflict between Batman and Superman. The other people listening to this spiel were clearly losing interest fast. But to no avail. I make a point of not inflicting my literary, cinematic, or musical tastes on unwilling or uninterested bystanders. I don't think once I've discussed my appreciation of modern German cinema; my struggles with Jonathan Franzen; or the glories of Fat Possum recordings of little-known Mississippi bluesmen. If you happen to like Superhero movies: Great. Good for you. Enjoy them all you want. I won't stop you. But please keep in mind the fact that there is literally an entire universe of culture and entertainment out there, one that is not built around people wearing spandex, masks, and capes. Do yourselves (and your acquaintances) a favor: If you broach the subject of Aquaman or Wonder Woman whilst in conversation with another adult, and you aren't immediately rewarded with enthusiastic and informed repartee - change the subject. You are boring your audience. And broadcasting to everyone within earshot you have the cultural intellect of a spotty twelve year old.