I blame the director for: shooting a script with crap dialogue full of cliches, attempting to cover up bad acting and dialogue with hammy music, unabashed directorial cliches (ooh, the wobbly footage of a fast car's wheel, that hasn't been done before!), and ghastly editing (never take two seconds to tell a story when you can take ten!).
I wish DVDs came with the soundtrack and dialogue on separate tracks, so I could do a Phantom Edit of bad movies to make them less bad. As it is, I'll screw the continuity of the music if I take out five fat seconds in the middle of a ten second musical wank.