As I understand it, Abrams was really only involved with Lost at the very beginning. He took over development of the pilot from the guy who originally came up with the concept and added in the initial round of supernatural stuff. But it was Cuse and Lindelof that kept it going and added in everything after that, so you can blame them if you don't like the answers (or lack of answers).
Personally, I like the way the show dealt with most of the mysteries. I think having layer upon layer of mystery, with no sign of reaching the bottom made it more interesting. I think some of the attempts at resolving some of those mysteries actually detracted from the show (e.g., the broken statue, the whispers, etc.). Those aspects felt more like the midi-chlorians explanation from Phantom Menace. We don't need more of that crap.
I didn't watch Fringe, I don't remember disliking MI3, but I really liked Super 8, since it felt like the closest thing in recent memory to a Goonies-style adventure style movie with kids. I notice you didn't mention Cloverfield... I thought that one was alright, but not amazing or anything. I also enjoyed the Star Trek reboots, but I was never a big Trek fan... if I would have been I probably would have hated them.