The Dark Knight - I still like this a lot, but the boat thing seems a little anticlimactic now. Whatever--this film's weaknesses, which I admit I can see some people picking apart for passably valid reasons, have never been enough to sink it; I still don't detect anything in the film as stupid as TDKR's "he escapes from a Third World hellhole jail with just the clothes on his back and he's in Gotham that very day!" or "Oh, he zipped out of the Bat before the bomb went off at the end, he's fine!" (I don't hate TDKR either, but the ridiculousness went a bit off the rails in that one.)
Waterworld - I never hated this movie, but I've also never revisited it and have never felt like it. Like most people. There have been rumblings over the last 25 years that a cult would someday form around this infamous flop of a movie, pointing out how it's really a masterpiece, but...uh, did that ever actually happen? When does this movie ever come up in film conversations except as a cautionary tale about ballooning budgets or Costner's ego?
Aeon Flux - Didn't a lot of people just object to this one because Theron didn't wear some G string outfit for the entire movie?
Scarface - I always thought the film was too long and the plot too straightforward and obvious. I don't hate the movie and we've all had fun imitating Pacino's hammy acting over the years but I can still think of eight or nine De Palma films I'd rather watch first.
Star Wars - That's an interesting take about Lucas influenceing Twilight. No, really! It is! But aside from that I think I'd be just fine never discussing the SW movies ever again with anybody at all. It's like you just know what people are going to say and we've all said it forty million times.
Back To The Future - You'd seen them before right? When I bought the DVDs I simply omitted III - I never need to watch that film again!
They're fun to watch as adults because the first one intriguingly blends genres and still does a great job telling its story and the second is fun because of the meta stuff and brain twisting.
Some people have indeed complained about Biff over the years thinking they made him too dark in II. Didja know that when you see Biff clutching his stomach as an old man when he gets out of the cab, it's because his altering the time line meant Lorraine shot him around 1990?