Nothing against these movies, saw the new Spiderman myself together with my nephew. High production values, sort of entertaining, but ultimately completely derivative and forgettable. So it's not necessary anything wrong with those movies existing and people enjoying them, as long as they recognize for what they are: mindless Transformers level fluff, where guys with cosplay suits pretending to be "SERIOUS", running around and beating each other, while once in a while making a silly one line jokes. It gets hilarious when people start taking those movies too seriously, trying to elevate them beyond what they really are, kinda pretentious to be honest. It's the same thing as claiming that Mcdonalds is the best and the most nutritious food, nothing wrong with enjoying it once in a while, but most likely after eating that burger you won't reveal to the world that it's the best food you have ever eaten and try to discuss and defend your position seriously, like a lot of people are doing with those Power Ranger and Star Wars movies. And it's not even getting to the nonsense of negro or other "underrepresented" groups representation in those movies and how somehow it's important and other such silliness.