The Return of the King is an awesome movie. But, if you watch it again, you'll notice that there are roughly seven different times where the movie could have comfortably ended, and then another ending scene is tacked on. You can argue the value of most of these unnecessary scenes, but not the part when Frodo wakes up in the enormous bed and then everyone comes in to excitedly greet him and have lots of weird slow laughter and creepy soft light that makes everybody look like cherub figurines. It's embarrassing to watch.
For many Superman fans, Superman I is the Superman movie. It is a perfect gem of superhero goodness. Everyone who thinks that is correct, but they've also definitely forgotten about this incredibly stupid scene when Superman takes Lois Lane flying. I'm not even referring to the obvious physics flaw in her being able to fly straight when he's just holding onto her hand, even though she would logically just be hanging beneath him. We can ignore that because this is a movie about a flying, invincible man. But we can't ignore the weird, bad poem of Lois's internal monologue. Why is this in the movie? Silent flying would have been 1000 times better.