I'm wondering if anyone is personally offended by certain films. Not in the sense that it touches a nerve or puts you off politically. I'm talking about being personally offended that certain film were greenlighted in the first place. Seems that there are probably so many innovative scripts by talented writers out there that studios won't touch because they choose to make seemingly crappy films instead, and it just makes you angry. I saw a trailer for a film today called, I believe it was "Shall We Dance" I'll summarize the trailer for those who have not seen it. Richard Gere is living a drab life, he seems to have a standard suburban life with a wife, played by Susan Sarandon, maybe a couple of kids and a dog. He has a daily commute to work in the city, but it seems to be that he feels his life is dull. One night he is driving through the city and is captivated by the sight of Jennifer Lopez looking out the window of the building she is in. He goes to see what it is all about, and it turns out she is a dance instructor running a dance studio. So now he is being intorduced to the world of the dance, but keeping it from his wife because he is embarrassed. She finds out, he comes clean, and they dance together, or something like that. Now I know that this film has not been released yet and there is no way I could have seen it already and it sounds like I'm casting aspersions. But this trailer looked so damn stupid. And anything with J.Lo is a gamble. Miramax has made this film instead of something that may have been so much more innovative. Of course, this is coming from a guy that insisted that "The Passion of the Christ" would make no more than 50 Million theatrically. So who knows. But does anyone else have films that were made or is going to be made that they feel the same about.