A question for the Kubrick's haters.
I have no problem with the fact that people have different opinions, but hating on directors like Kubrick or Tarantino seems to be like a trend to look special and have a different opinion than most people rather than a legit criticism. I mean... I don't say that everyone must like Kubrick or Tarantino. But, I think people should still show some respect and consideration. Insulting revered filmmakers instead of respectfully giving your opinion simply look like an attempt to piss people off. It doesn't bring any civilized or constructive discussion.
I will take me for instance: I don't like Tim Burton. I enjoyed Beetlejuice and Ed Wood, but most of his movies just don't speak to me and it's simply not my style/cup of tea. However, I don't go on Internet to call him a "hack" or "awful director" because I know that he's objectively not a bad director. If so many people love his movies, there's obviously a good reason for it.
So... why can't Kubrick's haters do the same?