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So, having been on here for about two weeks, I want to point out some things that I am frustrated with, particular with this Movies and TV community. As a newcomer, I feel that my opinion should be taken seriously, since this is going to be a place for more and more new users to join and contribute to, and because as a new user I can already see these flaws (which I believe may actually be detrimental, explained below).

The main issue I have with this community is the bending of the rules, especially the "What makes a good question?" rule. I recently came upon this questionquestion. As one of the answers said, Tarantino hasn't given a definite answer, so most of the interpretations will be based off of strong judgement, if not just opinion-based. Given that, I searched on Google and came upon many answers, especially from Quora. Given this, I felt that the need for this question was unnecessary. Yet the question kept gaining upvotes. I was confused. Was this really a good question?

Then, looking upon other questions, I came upon a realization. And note that many of you will not like the sound of this, but:

This community is already a niche where movie geeks like to recollect on the "amazing" movies of a particular kind. Like we have the Superheroes niche, and the Old-classics niche. And these niches upvote questions related to their niche, and it creates a problem where the interests of such a site as Stack Exchange come into conflict with the interests of the members to keep "worthy questions" at the top of the list. Do you see the issue? The sole idea of SE is to keep powerful, concise, useful questions at the top of the list, but now they're filled by just those that relate to niches.

I still see very good questions that are at the top of the upvotes list, but some of these other questions don't deserve to be up there. For people who may just come on here to find good questions, they'll come upon "less useful" questions. This defeats the whole purpose of SE.

Thank you for reading this.

So, having been on here for about two weeks, I want to point out some things that I am frustrated with, particular with this Movies and TV community. As a newcomer, I feel that my opinion should be taken seriously, since this is going to be a place for more and more new users to join and contribute to, and because as a new user I can already see these flaws (which I believe may actually be detrimental, explained below).

The main issue I have with this community is the bending of the rules, especially the "What makes a good question?" rule. I recently came upon this question. As one of the answers said, Tarantino hasn't given a definite answer, so most of the interpretations will be based off of strong judgement, if not just opinion-based. Given that, I searched on Google and came upon many answers, especially from Quora. Given this, I felt that the need for this question was unnecessary. Yet the question kept gaining upvotes. I was confused. Was this really a good question?

Then, looking upon other questions, I came upon a realization. And note that many of you will not like the sound of this, but:

This community is already a niche where movie geeks like to recollect on the "amazing" movies of a particular kind. Like we have the Superheroes niche, and the Old-classics niche. And these niches upvote questions related to their niche, and it creates a problem where the interests of such a site as Stack Exchange come into conflict with the interests of the members to keep "worthy questions" at the top of the list. Do you see the issue? The sole idea of SE is to keep powerful, concise, useful questions at the top of the list, but now they're filled by just those that relate to niches.

I still see very good questions that are at the top of the upvotes list, but some of these other questions don't deserve to be up there. For people who may just come on here to find good questions, they'll come upon "less useful" questions. This defeats the whole purpose of SE.

Thank you for reading this.

So, having been on here for about two weeks, I want to point out some things that I am frustrated with, particular with this Movies and TV community. As a newcomer, I feel that my opinion should be taken seriously, since this is going to be a place for more and more new users to join and contribute to, and because as a new user I can already see these flaws (which I believe may actually be detrimental, explained below).

The main issue I have with this community is the bending of the rules, especially the "What makes a good question?" rule. I recently came upon this question. As one of the answers said, Tarantino hasn't given a definite answer, so most of the interpretations will be based off of strong judgement, if not just opinion-based. Given that, I searched on Google and came upon many answers, especially from Quora. Given this, I felt that the need for this question was unnecessary. Yet the question kept gaining upvotes. I was confused. Was this really a good question?

Then, looking upon other questions, I came upon a realization. And note that many of you will not like the sound of this, but:

This community is already a niche where movie geeks like to recollect on the "amazing" movies of a particular kind. Like we have the Superheroes niche, and the Old-classics niche. And these niches upvote questions related to their niche, and it creates a problem where the interests of such a site as Stack Exchange come into conflict with the interests of the members to keep "worthy questions" at the top of the list. Do you see the issue? The sole idea of SE is to keep powerful, concise, useful questions at the top of the list, but now they're filled by just those that relate to niches.

I still see very good questions that are at the top of the upvotes list, but some of these other questions don't deserve to be up there. For people who may just come on here to find good questions, they'll come upon "less useful" questions. This defeats the whole purpose of SE.

Thank you for reading this.

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So, having been on here for about two weeks, I want to point out some things that I am frustrated with, particular with this Movies and TV community. As a newcomer, I feel that my opinion should be taken seriously, since this is going to be a place for more and more new users to join and contribute to, and because as a new user I can already see these flaws (which I believe may actually be detrimental, explained below).

The main issue I have with this community is the bending of the rules, especially the "What makes a good question?" rule. I recently came upon this question. As one of the answers said, Tarantino hasn't given a definite answer, so most of the interpretations will be based off of strong judgement, if not just opinion-based. Given that, I searched on Google and came upon many answers, especially from Quora. Given this, I felt that the need for this question was unnecessary. Yet the question kept gaining upvotes. I was confused. Was this really a good question?

Then, looking upon other questions, I came upon a realization. And note that many of you will not like the sound of this, but:

This community is already a niche where movie geeks like to recollect on the "amazing" movies of a particular kind. Like we have the Superheroes niche, and the Old-classics niche. And these niches upvote questions related to their niche, and it creates a problem where the interests of such a site as Stack Exchange come into conflict with the interests of the members to keep "worthy questions" at the top of the list. Do you see the issue? The sole idea of SE is to keep powerful, concise, useful questions at the top of the list, but now they're filled by just those that relate to niches.

This community is already a niche where movie geeks like to recollect on the "amazing" movies of a particular kind. Like we have the Superheroes niche, and the Old-classics niche. And these niches upvote questions related to their niche, and it creates a problem where the interests of such a site as Stack Exchange come into conflict with the interests of the members to keep "worthy questions" at the top of the list. Do you see the issue? The sole idea of SE is to keep powerful, concise, useful questions at the top of the list, but now they're filled by just those that relate to niches.

I still see very good questions that are at the top of the upvotes list, but some of these other questions don't deserve to be up there. For people who may just come on here to find good questions, they'll come upon "less useful" questions. This defeats the whole purpose of SE.

Thank you for reading this.

So, having been on here for about two weeks, I want to point out some things that I am frustrated with, particular with this Movies and TV community. As a newcomer, I feel that my opinion should be taken seriously, since this is going to be a place for more and more new users to join and contribute to, and because as a new user I can already see these flaws (which I believe may actually be detrimental, explained below).

The main issue I have with this community is the bending of the rules, especially the "What makes a good question?" rule. I recently came upon this question. As one of the answers said, Tarantino hasn't given a definite answer, so most of the interpretations will be based off of strong judgement, if not just opinion-based. Given that, I searched on Google and came upon many answers, especially from Quora. Given this, I felt that the need for this question was unnecessary. Yet the question kept gaining upvotes. I was confused. Was this really a good question?

Then, looking upon other questions, I came upon a realization. And note that many of you will not like the sound of this, but:

This community is already a niche where movie geeks like to recollect on the "amazing" movies of a particular kind. Like we have the Superheroes niche, and the Old-classics niche. And these niches upvote questions related to their niche, and it creates a problem where the interests of such a site as Stack Exchange come into conflict with the interests of the members to keep "worthy questions" at the top of the list. Do you see the issue? The sole idea of SE is to keep powerful, concise, useful questions at the top of the list, but now they're filled by just those that relate to niches.

I still see very good questions that are at the top of the upvotes list, but some of these other questions don't deserve to be up there. For people who may just come on here to find good questions, they'll come upon "less useful" questions. This defeats the whole purpose of SE.

Thank you for reading this.

So, having been on here for about two weeks, I want to point out some things that I am frustrated with, particular with this Movies and TV community. As a newcomer, I feel that my opinion should be taken seriously, since this is going to be a place for more and more new users to join and contribute to, and because as a new user I can already see these flaws (which I believe may actually be detrimental, explained below).

The main issue I have with this community is the bending of the rules, especially the "What makes a good question?" rule. I recently came upon this question. As one of the answers said, Tarantino hasn't given a definite answer, so most of the interpretations will be based off of strong judgement, if not just opinion-based. Given that, I searched on Google and came upon many answers, especially from Quora. Given this, I felt that the need for this question was unnecessary. Yet the question kept gaining upvotes. I was confused. Was this really a good question?

Then, looking upon other questions, I came upon a realization. And note that many of you will not like the sound of this, but:

This community is already a niche where movie geeks like to recollect on the "amazing" movies of a particular kind. Like we have the Superheroes niche, and the Old-classics niche. And these niches upvote questions related to their niche, and it creates a problem where the interests of such a site as Stack Exchange come into conflict with the interests of the members to keep "worthy questions" at the top of the list. Do you see the issue? The sole idea of SE is to keep powerful, concise, useful questions at the top of the list, but now they're filled by just those that relate to niches.

I still see very good questions that are at the top of the upvotes list, but some of these other questions don't deserve to be up there. For people who may just come on here to find good questions, they'll come upon "less useful" questions. This defeats the whole purpose of SE.

Thank you for reading this.

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Unpleased with M&TV community

So, having been on here for about two weeks, I want to point out some things that I am frustrated with, particular with this Movies and TV community. As a newcomer, I feel that my opinion should be taken seriously, since this is going to be a place for more and more new users to join and contribute to, and because as a new user I can already see these flaws (which I believe may actually be detrimental, explained below).

The main issue I have with this community is the bending of the rules, especially the "What makes a good question?" rule. I recently came upon this question. As one of the answers said, Tarantino hasn't given a definite answer, so most of the interpretations will be based off of strong judgement, if not just opinion-based. Given that, I searched on Google and came upon many answers, especially from Quora. Given this, I felt that the need for this question was unnecessary. Yet the question kept gaining upvotes. I was confused. Was this really a good question?

Then, looking upon other questions, I came upon a realization. And note that many of you will not like the sound of this, but:

This community is already a niche where movie geeks like to recollect on the "amazing" movies of a particular kind. Like we have the Superheroes niche, and the Old-classics niche. And these niches upvote questions related to their niche, and it creates a problem where the interests of such a site as Stack Exchange come into conflict with the interests of the members to keep "worthy questions" at the top of the list. Do you see the issue? The sole idea of SE is to keep powerful, concise, useful questions at the top of the list, but now they're filled by just those that relate to niches.

I still see very good questions that are at the top of the upvotes list, but some of these other questions don't deserve to be up there. For people who may just come on here to find good questions, they'll come upon "less useful" questions. This defeats the whole purpose of SE.

Thank you for reading this.