I'll go with Spiderman as well. Was at a X-mas party last night, had a few cocktails and started spouting off why "Superman" is the greatest superhero movie of all time and why "Spiderman" was dissapointing. (Just to claify, it wasn't at random, the movie did come in conversation) When I was thinking about it I just thought about how "cheap" I found it to be. The Spiderman CGI was terrible. Animated characters in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" looked more "Real" I'm not saying so much much that it is a bad movie, far from it, but definately substance over style. I didn't think it had any "Scope" or real emotion. The opening Krypton scenes of Superman had more emotion that the whole of Spiderman. The sad thing is that probably anyone born after circa 1985 probably thinks "Spiderman" is the greatest superhero film ever made. And thanks to our MTV society, I doubt you are going to find many in that generation who has enough attention span to watch "Superman" The Blair Witch Project: A boring film with genius marketing. I never thought I would say this, because I don't believe you need a lot of flash to tell a good story and have a good film, but damn it, show me SOMETHING. Doesn't have to be a lot, but something besides Three dopes running around the woods cursing at each other, sticks and snot. Kids: Heard the hype about it. How it was an ultra realistic depection. But, just a real ugly film in my opinion that just made me angry. Now I know people are going to say that was the intention, but I just did not enjoy the film. About Schmidt: Ok, but found it kind of dull. Guess I was expecting it to be funnier than it turned out to be. Seeing Kathy Bates naked did not help either. Jack was good though, as usual. 2001, A Space Odyssey: Can see why people don't like it. Can be pretty boring. Still for some reason, I'm drawn to it. I doubt I will watch it again from start to finish anytime soon, but I do like to take it out once and awhile and watch certain scenes. As for the Film Student who was lambasted for Admiring Spielberg. Don't give it a second thougt. Sure when brought down to their elements, some of his films may not be incredibly deep. But the phrase "Movie-Magic" was coined pretty much because of him. He's pulled off some great things in his work. No shame in that.