I was going through my horribly unupdated 2002 movie list and came to a simple conclusion: I could never review movies because I can find the good just about anything. From early on in my movie viewing career, I would fill my eyes and brain with anything available. I learned how to see a movie from so many perspectives (as genre trash, as important art, as summer popcorn fare, as serious drama, as gritty low budget horror) that it would take a rare film to completely disappoint me. I was sitting here thinking that I really enjoyed the House, Ghoulies, and Critters series so much that there must be something wrong with me. Off the top of my head, only a handful of films have really disgusted me, and most of them have Freddie Prinze Jr in them. I mean, I hated Rollerball, Wing Commander, Driven. But I could watch Gun Shy (mmmmm, Proctology and Sandy, great combo), Pearl Harbor, and Planet of the Apes(2001) and still find something worthwhile in them. Does anyone else find them self overly accepting of films in general or (gulp)have such low standards that anything is okay?