and watch them for artistic enlightment. I'd like to hear some of the elder statesmen and rookies of the forum on this. Can you identify any particular moment in your movie, ahem, excuse me, film-watching life where your tastes and expectations for movies changed enough to the point where you quit finding Hollywood blockbusters fun and found the dialogue and action sequences laughable and stupid? Do you remember a movie you loved during childhood, but cringe in shame when your better sensibilities tell you how juvenile it was? Does it bother you that at one point you had pedestrian tastes? Thankfully, this stuff hasn't happened to me. Unlike most film critics, I tend to use my film criticism to find the reasons behind why I enjoy certain movies, rather than fault every bad point. For example, I loved Star Wars as a kid, and as an adult, I can enjoy it even more now because with each subsequent viewing I discover more and more. I wasn't sure, but I felt this was more appropriate for the movies section than polls.