But are they really YMMV? It's just works being widely considered to be the wrong demographic like Animation Age Ghetto, more of an honest mistake than a subjective perception. What Do You Mean, It's Not For Kids? even ends with "This is not a YMMV, keep personal opinions out!" and I think I kind of agree.
Regulated fun - the best kind! I don't make the rules, just enforce them with an iron fist.
Agreed on the above. The trope occurs every day when parents take their five year olds to see films like The Dark Knight and then complain about the violence. Or the classic example with Urotsukidoji showing up in the cartoon section of video rental stores.
Er, maybe? The context of a work's reception is certainly relevant to it, but I've made the exact same argument in favor of moving other tropes to YMMV. I suppose the concern is less one for whether it's factually an audience reaction trope and more for whether it causes any problems when added to a work page. "If it ain't broke," and all.
I guess this is kind of iffy, but does Accentuate the Negative need a "Subjective" banner?
I know that there are some in universe examples on the page, but most (especially the ones regarding more modern media) seem to be examples of people doing this.
Or should this trope maybe be split on the page to make a clear distinction between "In Universe" examples and "People Specialised In Complaining About Stuff".
Everything can be found on the Internet;
Except common sense.
Sturgeons Tropes: The reasoning to the inclusion of most of the tropes is based in the reaction of the audience- including objective tropes(as Status Quo Is God and Flat Character). Beyond this, if a specific use of a trope was good or bad is subjective.