Suppose a new movie has been released to predominantly negative reviews and occupied a high position in the bottom 250 Movies list on IMDB.com with the disastrous 2.9 rating. I happened to watch it yesterday and it wasn't really that bad at all. Today, a friend of mine made fun of me for wasting my time with it. To encourage him to give it a try, I said "Don't go by the rating of/for the movie. You should check it out." I think the entire highlighted can be dropped for brevity but, out of curiosity, which preposition should be used?