1. Agreed. 2. Only movie I've seen that he directed is the Avengers, so I can't judge... but I will say Whedon was one of the screewriters of Toy Story, so... 3-4. Eh, Castle is OK. I'll watch it if nothing else is on. 5. Agreed. 6-10. Never saw. 11. Agreed. I don't like 3D for some reason. 12. I thought it was OK. Not great but OK, although it went a bit overboard with the environmentalist stuff in the second act. 13-14. Never saw. 15-16. Agreed. People tend to look at the absurd stuff in KoTKS, but really it's about as absurd as the Indian stuff in Temple of Doom 17-21. Never saw. 22. Aquaman isn't terrible, but Aquaman jokes are still funny. XD 23. I don't really like it per say, but it is a more than adequate explanation of Force ability. People tend to forget it's just a power-level gimmick to establish Anakin as the Chosen One - it's not actually the Force, just a way of measuring. 24-26. Never saw. 27. Most everything I'm seen him in has been good. 28-29. OK. 30. Agreed. People want him to not exist at this point, but if he didn't exist we wouldn't have Star Wars OR Indiana Jones. Sorry, can't hate a guy that made those two things. 31. They're OK, much more the Ewoks than Binks though. Jar Jar is just annoying after a while. 32. I liked it. What's wrong with popcorn movies? 33. Never saw. 34. I liked it myself, although I haven't seen the last two or the Burton films. 35. Agreed. Qui-Gon is one of the coolest parts of The Phantom Menace. 36. Um... OK. I liked all of them (Episode II is easily the worst and it still has a lot of great moments), but the only one on-par with the originals is Revenge of the Sith, and that is only on par with Return of the Jedi (which is a fantastic movie). I think the whole of the original trilogy (Episodes IV and especially Episode V) is superior to the whole of the sequel trilogy IMO. Bonus Kayru opinion 37. Never saw it, never will. I was disappointed enough with Spiderman 3 (and it wasn't that bad) after the first two (especially the second) are among my favorite movies ever), and I have no intention of having my memories of them ruined by a new, mediocre interpretation.