Maybe not, but at the same time no one's raising money to send Uwe Boll or Michael Bay back to film school, and lots of people hate their films as well. The whole idea strikes me as being terribly rude.
There was a petition to get Uwe Boll to stop making films, and I'll give Michael Bay a bonus point, just one, for being able to poke some fun at himself in a commercial.
As for M. Night, I liked The Sixth Sense
and The Village
was just boring, but maybe that's just me. But it was with Lady in the Water
that he really began his downhill spiral. A potentially interesting story got buried under M. Night's arrogance with the character of the film critic whose only purpose was to die horribly and casting himself
as the modern day messiah whose book was going to change the world.
About as subtle as a sledgehammer to the skull, no?