DC has been making film adaptations of their superheroes from the earliest days of their existence. And while it’s hard to imagine contemporary fans heatedly debating the virtues of the 1943 Batman, it probably happened, they just didn’t have massive film database where they could express their opinion with a number between 1 and 10.

IMDb has changed all that. Unlike sites such as Rotten Tomatoes or Metacritic, where the opinions of professional film critics are the driving force, IMDb has always prioritized its user rating system. It stands as something of a public rebuttal to professional critics, giving the average moviegoer the most visible platform ...

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