Heh, didn't realize that there are so many musical haters here. I agree though. They are all goofy and I can't take them seriously. But other than that, I could probably agree that there are good examples in just about all genres. Ignoring the torture genre, which is a fine choice if you are a psychopath of some sort. Yes, I'm painting with a broad brush, but one or two genres can probably be safely written off. Superhero movies I do dislike generally. Probably because there are way too many of them. I think these movies need to have some basis in reality and they should also have a dark tone to them. So I can probably dig stuff like some of the Batman and Punisher movies. It's also hard to watch an animated movie. Toy Story was mentioned. Never saw it. Looking at screenshots, it's hard to think this is not a kid's movie. I think a lot of us have just been conditioned to associated cartoons and kids. Might have a powerful message, but why not just make a regular movie out of it and not have the distraction of it being a cartoon? I guess this is a "me" problem, but I think making it a cartoon is a choice of the creators and it's done for some reason. Certainly not for storyline or a philosophical message. Those things to me are undermined by the choice of making it a cartoon. I think he's gotten a lot of praise for his dramatic work in Uncut Gems, which just came out this year. Have not seen it yet though.