Yeah. What is the problem with the “Spielberg Touch” that dates them? Too humanistic and organic? I love the family stuff in all his films. Yeah it’s “cute” and, as someone said, don’t share the “street toughness” of many modern films, but that gives it a timeless quality to me, because it has heart instead of bravado. As far as being a “comedy” — which of The Avengers movies aren’t? You can’t blend comedy and action, and I see Jaws as an action film, Not a comedy, because it’s played naturalistically, whereas horror always rests on the supernatural.