2. Let's just say Man of Steel is an exception
An exception to what?
Also, a page about the first movie ever? That's my job! I will do it immediately; I was thinking about writing it since very long time, but never made it because of the unsteady state the wiki was.
That's exactly why I didn't make the pages I wanted myself. I am really happy to have a page about that movie so soon.
- Most importantly, limit to how many times users can break rules before getting banned.
- DON'T MAKE AN ARTICLE FOR A BAD MOVIE THAT YOU LIKE NOR DELETE AN EXISTING ARTICLE BECAUSE YOU HATE THAT MOVIE.
- The why it rocks reasons need to be more valid than "I like it, good acting/action" or the usual cookie-cutter stuff anons put. Acting and action can be included but there needs to be more than just that.
- I don't know if we should make a rule about it, people could trick us and break rules enough times to not get banned and it's not a thing I would like.
- I can see where you are coming from here, due to all the troubles you've been through but there is no need to state this. The required rating on RottenTomatoes makes the first part of this rule unneeded; the second part about not deleting a page is unneeded as well, since removing content from a page is vandalism and we will definitely make a specific rule about that.
- The key in writing the "Why it rocks" section is to keep in mind that you are not writing the page for yourself. The trick is to think you have to "convince" other people that the movie is great; therefore you must write short but detailed pointers about why it is good in your opinion. This statement I made should be included in the tutorial.