Filmmaker based in Toronto
I think Disney should release future Star Wars scripts as web comics years before they make the film. Hire great writers, experiment in a cheap medium. Adapt the most popular stories into the new feature film. The plot secrecy adds nothing to these movies.
Everyone but Ray, Kylo, Laya and Sideous were useless in Rise of Skywalker. Rose should have never been added to cast in first place. Most of sequences in Last Jedi would have worked better if they featured Poe and Fin off having a "Butch and Sundance" bromance.
1) Cast people who can act naturally in front of a camera even if they're less experienced. A person who's at ease being filmed is more useful than a drama-class over-actor, or our funny friend who freezes up as soon as you say "action".
2) Save three back ups of all footage. Keep a copy in a fire safe.
3) Shoot a take of each scene with no dialog. Have your actors play the scene conveying their emotion with only body language. This can makes your editor's life much easier.
*typeo* The Act of Killing (2012)
Since the list is large already, I'd also add Known Unknowns, Susperia, Ghost Story, Under the Skin, Prospect, Clovehitch Killer, Hell or Highwater ect.
What I resent most, is that cinema focused websites review or write articles about comic movies to boost their clicks. As a result I'm suckered me into reading / watching a lot of Marvel content just from being exposed to it constantly.
The upcoming Knights of the Old Republic films will be better received.