A new discussion is going on on twitter.com about Narnia/Harry Potter. People are debating on which is the best, which should be liked.
Some were of the opinion that they like both and can't exactly choose, while others clearly were divided in support to either of the series.
Here and there were tweets voting for 'Lord of the Rings', 'High School Musical'; which I feel wasn't relevant at all, but just showed their liking for those other movies.
Well coming back to the discussion:
I wonder who started the debate and why. Two different movies, could anyway be viewed independantly, without any need to compare. And apparently when questioned people are bound to differ. I may like Harry Potter the other may like Narnia somebody else shall like High School Musical and yet another Lord of the Rings.
Now, why not Alice in the Wonderland? The list of movies can go on and on and on. So also, when billions of people are living on this earth, likes and preferences are bound to be different.
Perhaps we all know the answer to the question raised:
Q. Narnia/Harry Potter? Which one do U like more?
Answers can only be
a) Harry Potter,
c) Both the series and
d) None of the two.
Then why should we ask at all? "Narnia/Harry Potter? Which one do U like more?"