Okay, run-time does not, in theory, reflect the quality of a film. But every single time I've ever heard this pointed out, especially with the patented term, "Longer isn't always better," the movie is an empty speed run through short action sequences and cookie-cutter characterization (and then, only enough to put meat on screen). Jurassic Park was probably the worst case of this. AvP was the second. Now you can have a great 90 minute movie. Predator was a great example, full of great characters, plot, and action. But I haven't seen it done well in so long, and have heard this promise on run time so many times by now, that I'll believe it when I see it. As of now, I'm much more apprehensive than before (although most everything else still sounds great).