I disagree. A.I. is a LOT more than just "popcorn". I confess that I HATE the ending of the movie; Spielberg should have ended it when David was underwater, asking the Blue Fairy to become a real boy. But the rest of the film is very, very good, and it raises a lot of intriguing questions. Can a robot love? And, if so, what's the responsability we have towards it? Jude Law is simply perfect as Gigolo Joe, a male robot prostitute (in a Spielberg film, amazing), and David's quest for his creator is really interesting and thought provoquing. I wouldn't call Minority Report just a "popcorn" movie either. The opening of the film shows how Spielberg is a master of his game. We see, at the same time, the couple having breakfast, the pre-cogs predicting the future murder and Tom Cruise trying to discover where it's going to happen. It's fantastic. The whole rest of the film is very, very good. I love the way Cruise's character and Agatha run away from the cops, with Agatha predicting the future almost step by step. When she asks him to pick the umbrella nobody knows why, and a few moments later it's pure magic. You forgot to talk about "Catch me if you Can", a highly stylish action/comedy film with Tom Hanks and Leo DiCaprio. The film flows almost flawlessly. Even DiCaprio is great in this film, playing a seventeen-year-old kid who can impersonates anybody and steals a lot of money. Great film. "He's frightened to death by the thought of making a film the audience don't like or that gets bad reviews...thus he makes compromizes a real filmmaker should not do (George Lucas don't)... That's just plain ridiculous. Lucas is the master of compromises. And it's him who makes everything for money. He didn't make the SE because "he wanted the films to be truer to his vision". He made them for MONEY. So he could start the machine all over again, and sell "new" VHS tapes, "new" packs", "new" DVD's, "new" soundtrack cd's, and so on. He knows that people like you buy anything with the Star Wars logo on it, so he just keeps recycling old stuff and get even richer, if that's possible. And his prequels are just so weak, the scripts so simple an uninspired that it's a shame they have the Star Wars name on them.