How can you be anti-jazz?!!!!
Unless you've never heard good jazz, and think that Kenny G smooth-jazz shit is what it is...
Trust me, he knows what good jazz is and doesn't like it.
I really enjoy jazzy pop tunes the likes of which you hear in Woody Allen... the Annie Ross, etc. The guitar bits in Sweet and Lowdown
were lovely. I don't like that pseudo-bohemian free-jazz stuff, for much the same reason I'm very underwhelmed by latter-day Radiohead. Or poetry slams. Needless complication and undeserved earnestness.
And since I find that people who talk about "jazz" as a genre or topic of discussion are talking about that record-store-clerk stuff and are likely to look down on the kind of jazz I like, my ears tend to glaze over when it's brought up.
I much prefer things like Chopin and Mahler for my non-pop listening.
I've got the new Criterion Ozu disc in my DVD player, by the way (just so this doesn't become exclusively the Godardian is Anti-Jazz Thread).