I liked The People vs. Larry Flynt. I am seeing the same discussion over video games. Take Bioshock Infinite. The genre - FPS - for this game was chosen, not because it suited the story, but because it suited the market. The result? Some are expressing their belief that the story doesn't work well with the genre. FPS became important, after the success of several franchises set in the modern warfare theater. Corporations seem impervious to the fact that these shooters are successful because they have a strong multiplayer aspect. Ergo, if a game is to succeed, it has to be a FPS. Action-adventure movies can be distinctive. Looper and Django Unchained are examples of this. In the latter, the director has established a tone for his films. JJ Abrams, I feel, is not in the same league as Tarintino, nor even his inspiration, Spielberg.