These are usually the opinions the people freak out over when I express them:
I think the best Spider Man film is The Amazing Spider Man 2.
The messiness of the film that people often complain about I find to be very much what I love about it. Peter Parker's life IS a mess! Things don't happen in a nice orderly fashion, and the film actually adresses things like Peter's search for answers about why his parents abandoned him, and the guilt of Gwens father. Those few Spider Man comics I have read, the sense of things going to shit, then a small ray of sunshine, and then a new wave of shit was very compelling and a great big part of the character I feel, and I think the film really conveyed that.
Add to that gourgeous cinematography and one of the must kickass soundtracks.
I like the Star Wars Prequels.
Yes, there is shit in there, but I don't think they should be disowned the way they are, because there are some pure gold in them too.
I don't take cheese on pizza and it's not because of allergies.
Cheese on pizza is fine, but heating it up the next day it's just utterly desgusting I think, and Since I can't eat a whole pizza in one go, I choose not to take cheese to start with.
Anime is dead.
I was once a fan, but lately all I see in the industry is just rehashing of old stories and tropes that are as flat as a cardboard cutout. And the voices starts to grind in my ears. There are good ones once in a while, but they still go on the same formular. Fx Gurren Lagann is formulaeic for the shounen genre, just done very well. Same goes for Disney, but I have a strange love/hate relashionship with them, and I feel that it's more ok to not like.