Don’t don’t don’t, don’t say that. Individual aesthetic standards, not being engulfed by collective consciousness, are the key soil for the healthy development of literature and art. Everyone knows that the Lord of the Rings scores are very high, and this movie no longer needs to rely on the current scores to set off its status. At this time, the low scores of ordinary people in modern times are more valuable. Because these evaluations illustrate a very macroscopic problem called the change of social rhythm. In a fast-paced society where young people work overtime every day at 996, the public has very little free time at their disposal, and there is no way to enjoy slow-paced literary works. You can take one day off in a week. Your movie is one hour longer than other movies, which means I have one hour less time for shopping or rest. The fast-food culture and the rise of short videos, at first glance, are just a victory for high-frequency dopamine. Low-grade is a blow to high-grade dimensionality. But when you dig into the people behind them, you will find that many users are those who clearly It is the existence of the so-called “high taste”-assuming that those who are accustomed to watching literary films and classic literature are defined as “high taste” (of course I don’t fully agree with this). Everyone is just busier than before. If you go back to the age when nine to five is still the mainstream, I believe that everyone will be much more tolerant of slow-paced literary works. After all, the charm of this is something fast-paced literary works can never possess. Unfortunately, since there is less spare time, entertainment that takes less time will naturally become the preferred choice of most people. This is the first point I want to make. The second point is that the literal expression of this question is full of arrogance. The ruins cannot be destroyed. The subject regards his cultural aesthetics as the noble cultural aesthetics. This is very similar to some older generations in the literary world who have not made any outstanding contributions except for their qualifications. As a result, their evaluation of online literature is that “Internet literature destroyed literature.” There is a saying in “Detective Sherlock Holmes”: “It is a taboo to draw conclusions before collecting evidence. People will unconsciously twist the facts to accommodate the conclusion, instead of subordinating the conclusion to the facts.” Twenty years ago, “Lord of the Rings” When it was released, the national income was much lower than it is today. How many people would spend thirty or fifty yuan in the cinema to watch a genuine movie? In cities outside the second tier, most people may not have been in a serious movie theater. Counting the re-screening, the box office of “Lord of the Rings” in the Mainland only exceeded 100 million. It is at least an order of magnitude away from the base number of viewers of the hot movies in recent years. So you have to understand that if there is no network, if there is no media upgrade, most people don’t even have the right to score. Why do bad reviews have increased? I think a very important reason is: more people who were not qualified to enter a movie theater are now qualified to enter a movie theater, and even they are qualified to evaluate the quality of a movie. This phenomenon makes some people panic, because the right to speak is no longer firmly in their hands. Once the superiority felt threatened, they began to define the one-star person as the destroyer of modern cultural aesthetics. You said “Lord of the Rings” is good, I admit that “Lord of the Rings” is good, but if the general public does not pay, it means that this is not the best choice for commercial films in today’s era. This is a fact. And there are many new movie viewers who are willing to give a five-point, re-show box office of 5kw, as a movie that can be watched on the Internet, this number is really not low. This is also true. Do people who give good reviews necessarily have a higher taste than those who give bad reviews? Not really. Because “Lord of the Rings” can be regarded as a classic in the magic film at best, but it is only a matter of time before it is surpassed with the development speed of film technology, film concept, and film pattern. Verne wrote “From the Earth to the Moon”. Today, we are still shocked and still regarded as a classic, but what is more shocking is that people in that era had this idea, but if this book is put to someone today Written on the body intact, we will only ask one sentence: “Do you know that there is something called a rocket?” History is rolling forward, and the trend is unstoppable. If you don’t want to be left behind by history, I think abandoning your arrogance is the most basic criterion.