If it's crap ... We'll tell you
I myself love those movies, I want more of those.
The underdog in sports movies.
The main characters deciding to stop at house in the middle of bumfuck nowhere in horror movies.
Driving into out coming traffic without hitting a single car in action movies.
The fucking man child in comedies.
Last, but not least. Cop movies where the ONLY honest cop is the main character. Especially, if its a movie based on a true story. It's one of the factors that makes me wonder about movies "based on a true story."
Why do people split up into groups in a typical horror movie?
Apparently orgies aren't cool anymore, so they have to split up into twos. It would make it harder for the killer though.
Unless it's following the ones who will survive, in which case they need time to bond. Otherwise, the end of the movie would be "That was fucked up. See you later, hot girl I've always had a crush on."
I just remembered another one that instantly pisses me off every time I see it, it's hard to explain, but it's always a flat shot of the main character just standing or sitting while all the people around him move in fast or slow motion.
Referring to 0:09 and 2:14 of this trailer:
Stop this shit.
I actually like that. It's the equivalent of when you watch the villains shadow die, like in Lion King and Tarzan. It's less dramatic if Beauty and Beast are having a tearful reunion and Gaston is just hanging around in the background in that awful red shirt. Same for Rattigan, although personally I would have loved to see him get smashed by the clock wheels, and just see everyone's reaction.
I already wrote the above and then realized you might be giving Disney a pass for this. If that's the case, pretend I convinced you.