So I was reading USAToday and came across this quote:
"What The Avengers has taught us is that big, pop-oriented action is what's right for superhero team-ups,"
Now I remembered USAToday had given a rather harsh review of Man of Steel and in it they cite:
"Amid the plethora of computer-generated demolition, flame-outs and explosions, there's a nuanced origin story. But it often gets drowned out by numbing spectacle and director Zack Snyder's seeming determination to fashion the most super-charged superhero movie ever."
So by USAToday's logic: Avengers was great because it had tons of action. . .But Man of Steel sucked because it had tons of action. Marvel bias? Snyder bias? Nolan bias? What the heck?