It's kind of a lame list, since over half of it is made up of decorative or specialty fonts, which Papyrus definitely is. The problem with Papyrus is that it escaped into everyday use, instead of staying put in church bulletins, posters and other quasi-religious uses. Which, I suppose, is why it was used in Avatar, given the heavy spiritual overtones. I still just about threw up when I saw it in the subtitles.
And Gill Sans Light Shadowed? Sure, it's not something you should use every day. But, if Tarantino came to you and wanted some titles with a funky 60's/70's feel, that's definitely a font you would pull out and try. Talk about a cheap shot.
Agree with Brush Script. If there was no Comic Sans in the world, Brush Script would be my top font hate.
Personally, I like Souvenir, too. When I was in school, Souvenir and Cooper were the backbone fonts for any general ads of the period, so there's a bit of nostalgia with it.
If I had to pick a standard-use font that leaves me cold...I might choose Optima. It's about as tepid and non-committal a font as I can think of. It just disappears on the page.