One thing is clear in the question whether Prometheus, Tomorrowland, Fury Road or White Chicks are good or bad, great or awful, visual, narrative, character or fart-joke driven - and that is that nothing is clear.
The same reasons I like one movie could be the exact same reasons I don't like another movie. If you're not big into car chases, apocalyptic settings and bats**t maniac characters, then you're probably not going to like TOMORROWLAND. And if fantasy science fiction, retro-futuristic gadgets and George Clooney ain't your cup of tea, then Max Rocketonsky hanging on the hood and spitting gasoline directly into an engine supercharger is not gonna get to you.
Seriously, though, there is no telling why people like any particular movie. All movies are dumb and all movies are genius. Even on the extreme ends, you'll find movies that everyone lauds or hates that you feel exactly the opposite about. And, honestly, is there ever a good reason? After the movie, you can cite this or that - a few great scenes, a character you really liked, the visuals, the dialog. But even then, after the fact, it's really impossible to say if any reason you come up with is really the reason you like or hate the movie, or if, more likely, these are the reasons you come up with that fit with the sort of person who you like to think that you are.