There will probably be three camps in regards to this movie:
I generally like your posts around here, but...
Duh. Every film has some variation of Liking it, Loving it, or hating it.
I'll probably fall in the like it category.
Try to ignore all this shite and watch the film with 0 expectations. Let the first frame, the first noise, the first scene tell you what the director wants you to experience for the next 100 minutes.
Try that. Just once, and when it's over, then make your decision about which category you fall in.
However those in the Love it category will view anyone who doesn't love it as being in the hate it category.
None of us have seen it, so none of us can have a valid opinion of it.
Go see the denizen thread, that's why people post around here, so let's keep it going.
Kind of like how if you don't think Children of Men is 9.9 out of 10 or better than you are lumped in with those who hate it and you don't know shite about movies and such.
Not true of all films, but some films yes this can happen. I would say that you can "not like" a film, that's perfectly acceptable. But CoM is a superbly crafted film, that's usually what gets confused in the debate.
You know how movie snobs are. Hell you are a Captain America fan, so you know how a good movie can be ripped to shreds by the film snobs.
But I'm also accused, quite regularly, of being a snob and/or armchair critic who thinks their opinion is better. It goes both ways, find your place, find what you see is good or bad in a movie and debate from there.
Just don't go into the film with any preconceived opinion or expectation where you'll land. You can enjoy film much more that way.