Focus- My favorite comedy ever made is Johnny English, but it didn't get a lot of love. Ultimately though, who cares? I appreciate its genius and superb humor, and frankly, that's all that matters. Anti-Focus- There are lots of films that are praised that I find deeply flawed and thus mediocre, despite certain impressive qualities, ("Casablanca", "2001: A Space Odyssey", among ones that I have exhaustively written about on the Pop Culture Board), but as for "hate", I would go with A Beautiful Mind. (Lots of other choices, but I'll stick with one) It's such a stupid, simple-minded, cartoonish portrayal of the "mad scientist" cliche, and is even more hilarious when you're an economist who actually knows who the hell John Nash was besides the portrayal by Russell Crowe. But even beyond that, I don't see the appeal of the movie at all. Is it particularly funny or entertaining? No. Does it have something interesting or relevant to say? No. It's a bunch of stock scenes performed by good actors and a technically strong director (Howard). That's about it. Awful movie.