I think it's pretty funny. When it comes to celebrity and criticism, it's harder to judge these things. I think it would be a horrible thing to do to, say, a coworker who is an engineer. But his chosen profession is one that requires criticism and scrutiny from the public. I am certainly not one of those people who thinks that just because a person has chosen to be a movie star means he is required to grin and bear it as gossip rags and paparazzi take over his personal life. But his professional life is fair game, IMO.
The only movie of his I haven't liked was The Happening, which causes me to shudder just thinking about it. Especially since I think it could have been kind of cool and creepy if it hadn't been done so, so badly. Some of the dialogue was so atrocious I could just about see the actors cringing as the delivered their lines. My husband and I are in the middle of The Last Airbender. Some of the actors are terrible, but it's a really pretty movie so far.
I also think Unbreakable was excellent. I may be alone in that, or maybe it's just that a lot of people haven't seen it. I never hear about it. It's possible my adoration of Bruce Willis is skewing my opinion. I'm unable to be objective when Bruce Willis is involved. What's with me and old bald guys?