I typically don't end up hating a movie after liking it. But there are two movies that, while still enjoyable to me (especially certain segments), some aspects of them grate on me.
One is Dead Poet's Society. Certain aspects of it resonate with me (basically the lives of the various boys) -- and it's a tribute to the strength of the acting by the youngest and least experienced members of the cast that this movie endures so well. However, the Robin Williams "stand up" humor in the classroom and some of the "do your own thing" lessons end up feeling contrived / break the reality of the movie.
The other is A Few Good Men. The biggest problem with this movie is that it's just way too tightly scripted. You can almost see the script in your head as you watch the movie. The lines are all perfect, there's little that is fresh or raw, it's such a "production" vs something that organically unfolds. A few places, the actors (even Nicholson) seem to obviously quoting dialogue, not just responding to things that are happening. I still do enjoy watching it from time to time because some of those scenes and lines are so great (lots of "quotables" in that movie), but it's obviously a MOVIE to me... whereas the movies that really linger with me stop feeling like movies and just feel like they're happening for real.