No, I’m with you. I’ve never understood all the fanboy hate for that line. It’s just a throwaway superhero “witticism,” and no worse than many of them.
Seconded as to Legolas on the shield/surfboard, and the Army of the Dead “scrubbing bubbles” at Minas Tirith.
There’s a laughable sfx shot of an obviously fake autogyro in Hitchcock’s early masterpiece The 39 Steps.
David goes medieval on the packaged identical boy-robots at corporate headquarters in A.I.: Artificial Intelligence. Made no sense to me.
In the Genesis Cave picnic scene in Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, Kirk has a clunky communicator that looks even less sophisticated than those of a decade earlier. Why would Starfleet’s equipment have gotten worse? Then there’s the shifting bloodstain on his uniform after Scotty’s badly-burned nephew grabs him. Continuity goofs like that always bother me.
In Watchmen, there’s “Hallelujah” playing loudly during Nite Owl’s and Silk Spectre’s lovin’ over the skies of Manhattan. Ugh. Too much.