Why do people give a shit about spoilers? If a film or television show's emotional or artistic impact depends so heavily on a plot twist that can be summarized in one line, it is probably garbage. Only idiots watch, read or listen to a story just to figure out 'what happened'. What happened is irrelevant in the grand scheme of things, what's important is how the conclusion was arrived at, and not just the surface level sequence of events but the underlying themes that lead to the conclusion.
>Why do people give a shit about spoilers?
Because it can ruin your initial viewing of something. All you'll be thinking about is when they spoiler is going to happen.
I will admit that some people will take it to the extreme, but I usually wait a month (excluding this sight) before not spoiler tagging because if you haven't seen a movie by then, you probably were never going to and I'm not going to wait until you do.
I don't get buttflustered about spoilers either. I just always assume they're fake anyway. There's at least a 50/50 chance they are if you read it here.
Also, you're right - just because you know an eventual outcome doesn't mean that the lead-up is somehow now irrelevant or not worth watching.
are you bootyblasted that you got banned from youtube for your 'kylo kills han' comments or something? It's pretty fucking obvious how knowing the plot of a movie beforehand can colour your viewing experience, regardless of 'twists'.
>it ruins your initial viewing
Only if the movie is shit. You were spoiled on the conclusion for the entire SW prequels and that in and of itself didn't make them bad, it was the other unfortunate design decisions that did.