One of my favourite YouTube channels, Strange Brain Parts, has begun a series of short videos breaking down the contents, tropes, and flaws of Marvel's modern event titles, starting with Avengers Disassembled and continuing with House of M.
Each is less than 10 minutes, and while there's some repetition of tropes that repeat through all "events", these are well worth a watch and your careful consideration.
Without naming him in the video, the first one, for instance, addresses a major problem I have with Brian Michael Bendis's writing of team books (a tendency towards verbose 'telling' in lieu of 'showing').
Strange Brain Parts' offerings aren't shouty, "I hate everything that isn't how I want it" videos, but measured analysis of the material.
"Events" are a particular bugbear of mine as, as is mentioned in the videos, they often feel corporate-driven, rather than story-driven, but then again I absolutely loved the recent Empyre event, shepherded by Al Ewing and Dan Abnett, and have been drawn into the whole King in Black story, thanks to my newfound appreciation of Donny Cates sublime run on Venom.