I thought I should ask this in a new thread. In the thread about the new gorgeous set for Pearl Harbor, I've noticed quite a few comments that basically says "if you don't like the movie, don't click reply". I wondered if this is a commonly held view in this forum. Because to me, it's not a matter of gleefully bashing a movie just for the sake of it. I'm genuinly interested in discussing what I rate as the most important issue when it comes to DVDs; the film itself. Pearl Harbor is very interesting in that respect, considering the massive job that has been done to make this impressive package. All this on a movie I percieved as being very weak. So is the movie itself the only aspect of the dvd that we should NOT discuss? As Ronald says in his review, "If not for the film, I could almost declare this set as being DVD OF THE YEAR." So, if I didn't like the movie but would like to hear what others has to say about problems I had with it, should I keep my mouth shut? Not trying to piss anyone of here, I would just like to know the 'unwritten rules' so to speak.