The scariest thing about his movies is that all of the characters are so white trash that you don't care about any of them. From the little I've seen on TV, I have no interest in watching any of his movies.
Star Wars Episode 4. Release the original theater version with no enhancements.
The Princess Bride. Let the last kiss play out without interruption
Dark Knight Rises. Have Bruce Wayne get out of the pit by using the rope or something other than free climbing. It didn't make any sense that Batman wouldn't use his environment to his advantage
As much as I love the idea of a touchscreen, I won't get one until they figure out how to keep it from showing fingerprints. I hate having to constantly wipe off gunk from my phone screen and don't want a $3,000 machine with prints. I'd much rather have a Wacom and leave the screen for a clear picture.
Also, why is 8GB the default for machines marketed for the creative community? If any of the big brands wanted to corner the market, they should have 16 gigs as the bare minimum.
If your characters are well developed, the plot becomes pretty apparent. The conflict is already there, the details just need to be filled in.
If you need to watch graphic sex that bad, there's plenty of porn.
I find that there are three steps (and they apply universally to anything you do)
1. Make something quick and easy
2. Realize that quick and easy gets lousy results
3. Decide to actually take the work seriously and put the appropriate effort into your projects