For this kind of thing and all the super hero fluff I found the scales fell from my eyes when I was around 12 or early teens. A small part of me sometimes wishes I could find in it all something worth spending time watching.
Virginie Despentes' Bye Bye Blondie with the ever delightful Emmanuele Béart and the slightly-less-delightful-these-days Béatrice Dalle who's been at the nutella crepes since my fond memories of her getting rammed ragged in Betty Blue. Anyway, their love story runs in parallel with two teenagers'. The abysmal English subtitles are hilarious.
Just got Blue Jasmine soundtrack. Nice bluesy jazz. Typical Woody A material with a couple of poppy exceptions. Imagine WA needed some convincing to include such pap in his movie.
Also. John Zorn - At The Gates Of Paradise, and The Gift, which has some nice theremin work.