Movies that sell because of their cast, unnecessary romance stuff, Disney movie deaths (apparently, falling is the only way to die in a Disney movie), generic web search engines no one has ever heard of, explosions that happen for no possible reason, alien invasions always happen in London, New York City, major cities, and the list goes on and on...
Joosh, rodneyfaile, Fiction Engineered, I second yours.
cinema verite aka. "shaky cam" - in the early days (e.g. Hill Street Blues) it was used in moderation.
Nowadays it's used to a ridiculous degree - camera sweeps across an elbow then an eyeball then ... WTF?
Remember when reading a letter alone or while writing was doing in a voice over which made more sense? Poor camera work in general, nobody uses traditional camera shots anymore. Oh not filming in location anymore but dressing up another country to look like the US (I'm looking at you George Romero).
The names: michael bay, damon lindelof, jj abrams, alex kurtzman, and roberto orci in the credits. Also tired of movies based on 80s properties made by directors and writers who had no interest in the subject matter back then.