Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Went to see it twice when it came out, hoping it was better the second time. Still had the same empty feeling after I got the DVD and watched it again in the comfort of my own home - it just didn't work for me. When the film was first announced I remember being ecstatic - what could go wrong, I asked myself. It's Indiana Jones! Steven Spielberg is directing it! Harrison Ford is in it! Talk about a huge letdown. Quantum of Solace. Same thing - it's a Bond film - it has to be good, right? Man, what a crock. Who ever heard of a Bond film that continues the storyline from the previous entry? Preposterous. And headache-inducing editing - come on! I want to SEE the action and not have to hit slo-mo on the remote to see what just happened. Miami Vice. Nobody remembers anything about this movie now. But I bet if they would've kept to the feel of the TV series and even brought back some of the original cast more people would've enjoyed (and liked) the update. Land of the Dead. Waited almost 20 years for a new entry in this series only to be hit with an abysmal, totally forgettable movie-of-the-week from a fast-fading director. Of course, I've gotten all of these on DVD and they're part of my collection. Once in a while I even pop some of them in and try to get through them -- I suppose this what it means to be a completist. The hope is that eventually I'll get to appreciate these films a little more than I do now.