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Who is your favorite director?

Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 2:52pm

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Right now I'm big on Christopher Nolan, the only one of his films I havnt seen is "Following" he adds feel to his movies, for example the new Joker in "Dark Knight" looks to be exactly what I'd expect from Nolan! smile
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My favorite director would either be Steven Spielburg, Mel Brooks, or Alfred Hitchcock
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 7:40pm

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what's Mel working on now?
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 7:46pm

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Tim Burton, absolutely love his style.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 8:20pm

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My favourite or who I think are the best?

My all-time favourite is John Carpenter. His low budget horror B movie masterpeices are films I could watch over and over.

However those I admire for their pure artistry would be (in no particular order):

Francis Ford Coppola
Terry Gilliam
Peter Jackson
Ridley Scott
Steven Spielberg
James Cameron
Peter Weir
Sergio Leone
Quentin Tarrantino
Neil Marshall
Alfred Hitchcock

And ten minutes after I post this I'll have thought of another ten directors I haven't listed (I nearly forgot Hitch!)...

EDIT - and Tim Burton, top choice Rawree
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 8:23pm

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Robert Rodriguez
Tony Scott
Frank Darabont
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 8:50pm

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1) Steven Spielberg

2) Martin Scorsese

Other Favorties:

James Cameron

Ridley Scott

Clint Eastwood
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 8:56pm

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I've always been a fan of Quentin Tarantino's work smile
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 9:15pm

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Tony Scott

Ron Howard

David Fincher

Joel & Ethan Coen
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 9:30pm

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Ron Howard, James Cameron, Guy Ritchie, Quentin Tarantino... or Steven Spielberg. That guy's inspired me. smile
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Rating: +1

atom & ben3308
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 10:03pm

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I am my favourite Director.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 10:03pm

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Wes Craven

Sean Cunningham

John Carpenter

Ronnie Yu

Alfred Hitchcock

Steven Spielberg
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 10:18pm

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Wes Anderson
Tim Burton
Steven Spielberg
Hayao Miyazaki
Alfred Hitchcock (a lot of Hitchcock fans around here, he was brilliant)

I love films by a lot of people listed in this topic, and by many many more filmmakers. Hell, Tim Burton probably doesn't have much in my top films. But these are my favorite directors for other reasons. Also, I'd just like to add that I hate Ron Howard (not as a person, just his filmmaking).

I want to have a body of work to look proudly back on like the men above me can. They are probably my biggest inspirations as far as people go.
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Serpent,

I dunno if you hate Mel Gibson's acting (a lot of people I know do, and for unecessary reasons) but if not I suggest you watch 'Ransom' if you haven't already.

It's Howard's least epic film, but I think it's one of his best. If you still hate him after seeing Ransom, then I guess I can understand personal hate like that. The same applies to me with Tarantino, who I find God awful.
Posted: Wed, 2nd Jan 2008, 11:38pm

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Has to be Gilliam for me. There are so many directors I admire but he's the least compromising (although it costs him dearly).
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jan 2008, 12:21am

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Martin Scorsese
Christopher Nolan
Alfred Hitchcock
The Coen Brothers
Peter Jackson
Wes Anderson
Tim Burton
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1.Michael Bay

2. Doug Liman

3. Chris Nolan

4. The Scott Brothers.

5. Paul Greengrass

6. Joe Carnahan

7. Guy Ritchie

8. Michael Mann (He's better as a producer though)

9. The Wachowski's

10. Martin Campbell
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jan 2008, 1:17am

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ben3308 wrote:

Serpent,

I dunno if you hate Mel Gibson's acting (a lot of people I know do, and for unecessary reasons) but if not I suggest you watch 'Ransom' if you haven't already.

It's Howard's least epic film, but I think it's one of his best. If you still hate him after seeing Ransom, then I guess I can understand personal hate like that. The same applies to me with Tarantino, who I find God awful.
I'll give it a watch. I really hate Ron Howard's approach to storytelling. I find a few of his films relatively entertaining, but on a really shallow level. He does a great job appealing to the mainstream, and he's certainly not the worst, I just don't think he deserves all the praise he gets. But if I am ever recommended a film, I usually give it a go (unless the person is a complete moron and they recommend something that I know I'll hate). Those are my thoughts on Ron Howard. I just don't like his stories that much, and I know it's one of those "that's just me" things.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jan 2008, 4:59am

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Other favorites, just in case people don't think I like these guys:

Alfred Hitchcock

Terry Gilliam (12 Monkeys)

Paul Greengrass

Doug Liman


And I was going to say Joe Carnahan, because Narc is good and Ticker is the best film I've ever seen; but Smokin' Aces was such a crash-and-burn trainwreck (cool style, but a 'nothing' movie that whose twist was leagues better in Ticker) that I can't really respect him as a director anymore.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jan 2008, 1:29pm

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That's a pretty difficult question. I like a lot of different directors, but I'm not a fan of all of their movies. But if I'd have to mention a few, it'd have to be:

Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, Cristopher Nolan, Robert Rodriguez, Francis Ford Coppola and the man above them all... Stanley Kubrick.

I'd also like to mention Terry Gilliam and Hitchcock, but I haven't enough of their movies to really put them on as my favourite.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jan 2008, 1:36pm

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Ridley Scott - from Alien to Blade Runner to Matchstick Men to Kingdom of Heaven: Directors Cut(one of the most beautiful films I've ever seen). He makes beautiful films that have a wide range.

Paul Greengrass - I personally love the "shaky cam" style of his filmmaking and thoroughly enjoy the Bourne movies(particularly the last two) as some of the best action films in years.

Steven Spielberg - I can't NOT have him on the list. Probably the man(besides Lucas) who made me love films as much as I do. I can remember the first time I ever saw Jurrasic Park or ET or Indiana Jones or Jaws or any other classic of his. If anyone hasn't seen it I suggest checking out Empire of the Sun, easily one of his best.

Coen Brothers - Each movie of theirs is a whole world inside itself with amazing characters. Fargo is an absolute classic in my book. The Big Lebowski showcases one of, IMO, the greatest characters of all time: Walter Sobchak. John Goodman became an actor to play that role. No Country for Old Men was amazing, and now they are planning a truly bloody Western involving cowboys and indians. I can't wait.

Those are the four* off the top of my head that like the best. Honorable mentions include: Alfonso Cuaron(Children of Men), del Toro(Pan's Labrynth), Frank Darabont(The Shawshank Redemption), Tim Burton(Big Fish), Danny Boyle(28 Days Later), David Fincher(Se7en), Chris Nolan(The Prestige), and Michael Mann(Heat).
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jan 2008, 9:02pm

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Peter Jackson.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jan 2008, 9:18pm

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Well just about all the directors I would have thought of have already been mentioned, but I thought I should also add Werner Herzog to the list. He isn't my favorite director per se, (I don't actually know if I do have a favorite) but I don't think I've seen any movies from other directors that have the same amazing visuals and epic feel to them.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jan 2008, 10:03pm

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Evman wrote:

Peter Jackson.
Same here.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jan 2008, 10:31pm

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Oh God, I forgot to mention an all-time favorite, for more reasons than just the films he has made (some of which I'm not a fan of):

Robert Rodriguez

For the same reasons (what kind of person the director is, how they balance vision with dealing with actors) I am not a fan of Stanley Kubrick. One of his most hailed pieces, "A Clockwork Orange" I found entirely too overdone and, well....bad. Furthermore, the stories of his direction of Jack Nicholson in The Shining add insult to injury to him as a director who is uncaring and unappreciative of the actors he so flippantly commands.

But I digress...
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Steven Spielburg. (hope I spelt it right!)
Posted: Fri, 4th Jan 2008, 11:37am

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Aw, bullocks! I forgot David Fincher. I love his visual style. And Ridley Scott, since Blade Runner, in my eyes, is one of the most poetic and beautiful films, ever made.
Posted: Fri, 4th Jan 2008, 12:21pm

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There are a lot of good directors around, although personally I feel Guy Ritchie and Quentin Tarrantino are a bit tiresome. Maybe this new Ritchie film will change my mind? Lock Stock...was enjoyable and fresh after all (and despite the acting). That said, poor acting is one of his trademarks sad

So apart from the regulars, who else belongs up here? Thomas Vinterberg certainly does, if only for "Festen". Low budget, universal story, brilliantly acted, excellent direction and film.
Lukas Moodysson for "Lilya 4 ever" - a bleak bleak film, but compellingly told and a great example of powerful direction again without big budgets.
I guess Lars von Trier deserves a credit for "Dogville" although I prefer the guys above, Dogville is in English and a brave and successful demonstration of what you can do paring back film so all that remains is outstanding performance. It even made me like Nicole Kidman.
Shane Meadows gets an honourable mention too - you don't need lasers and guns to tell gritty convincing stories, indeed guns etc often get in the way of telling good stories.
Oh, and Jeunet deserves a medal for Amelie - relatively expensive shoot, but the details are exquisite. A heartwarmer of a film that somehow avoids being too sugary. An absolute masterpiece of direction, every shot and angle contributes to the whole film. Even if you don't "do" subtitles, give it a try - you'll see where "pushing daisies" (TV, USA) gets most of its styling (although without the finesse and subtlety!). Delicatessen, less good but still visually excellent.
Gondry - don't really like his films, but his contribution to our creative culture is massive.

If you have dreams of making a blockbuster one day, get good at telling stories on a much lower budget to convince investors you're good. Several of the above are films you could technically make yourself right now, if you can watch them, feed from them and go out and become the next generation of big names!
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tarintino (is that how u spell it? lol prolly not)
gore verbrinski is pretty good
robert roderiguez
luke greenfield i really like
greg mottola
walter hill (the warriors is wicked)
guy ritchie also is really good tho he makes the same movie over and over again lol
Posted: Sat, 5th Jan 2008, 7:33pm

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Yay, no one's mentionned any of mine, yet!

Gore Verbinksi
David Yates (I was very impresesed by the 1 film I saw from him)

PS- Grr, Hybrid, I hate you, you stole my joke. Only, I'm not only my favourite director, but I am also (not that I want to brag... hoo, hoo...) my favourite composer, editor, actor, ptoducer, script writer, guy that holds the microphone, special effects artists, special effects supervisor (supervising myself, that is), make-up artist, set decorator... OK, no, I'm not actually a make-up artist. I might have lied about that one.
Posted: Sun, 6th Jan 2008, 5:03am

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Nice topic. Very interesting... My favorites are..

1.Steven Spielberg
2.Mel Gibson (Am I the only one who likes him as a director?)
3.Gore Verbrinski (I like how he did Pirates, though I'm not a fan of his other films...)
4.Clint Eastwood
5.George Lucas (Possibly...)
Posted: Sun, 6th Jan 2008, 7:37am

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Thrawn wrote:

5.George Lucas (Possibly...)
Notice: I'm trying to change your opinion here or anything, some people take things like this as a debate-driven post, or personal attack; just wanted to make that clear. George Lucas is a great filmmaker, has some great ideas, built a fantastic empire, changed filmmaking, etc. etc. etc. But his ability to direct is kind of "meh." Now, the topic is "favorite directors," George Lucas is a director, so I suppose I'd add him too. But he certainly isn't in my "top directors as directors" list. Now he did a great job directing A New Hope with the little he had to work with, but once he got massive resources like huge amounts of money, crew, people, support, CG, etc., he went down hill (I also, I liked the prequels, just didn't love them like I do the OT, just nothing stand out). He really just hasn't done all that much great stuff as a director in my opinion besides American Graffiti and A New Hope (and I've yet to see TH-1138). Just wanted to post my thoughts on him in regard to this topic, I knew his name would come up and I was considering his name, but I personally drew that line between the two different categories I mentioned above.

On Mel Gibson: yes, you are alone.

Also, add Peter Jackson to my list, not sure why I didn't.
Posted: Sun, 6th Jan 2008, 10:38am

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My favorite is Tim Burton. Though he did lose a bit of his touch lately.

Other directors I like are Peter Jackson, Clint Eastwood, Ridley Scott, Steven Spielberg, Stephen Sommers, Christopher Nolan, Gregory Hoblit, Sam Mendes, Gore Verbinski. I'm sure there's more, but I can't think of them at the moment.

Directors I very much dislike are David Lynch, Quentin Tarantino and George Lucas.
Posted: Sun, 6th Jan 2008, 11:56am

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I think Gibson is great. Although He's only directed a couple of movies.


Lynch is insanely overrated.
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Yeah, Gibson, IMO, is a sound filmmaker. I thought it was pretty funny in SouthPark's Imaginationland episode where they go to hollywood directors to find out what terrorists are going to do and after going through Bay and M.Night they get to Gibson and say "You may be crazy, but at least you know how to make a solid film."

George Lucas, IMO, is very good at directing action. He has the eye for the shot. He just can't write anymore for the life of him or direct the actor into giving a good performance. Proof? He gets good actors and makes them give bad performances.
Posted: Tue, 8th Jan 2008, 4:52pm

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apart from ones already mentioned repeatedly... i like this guys as well:

Guillermo Del Torro
Park Chan Wok
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Too many to list but here's a start!

Michael Mann
Cameron Crowe
Ram Gopal Varma
Christopher Nolan - (I Agree, Frozen)
Paul Thomas Anderson - Dig his shooting style and storytelling abilities
Wes Anderson - Hilarious
James Cameron (T2 is still one of my favorite movies of all time)
John Hughes (Ferris Bueller's Day Off...brilliant)
Guillermo Del Toro - I second that one for sure...i.e. Blade 2...Pan's Labrynth
Nikolas Lopez - Promedio Rojo (Canta that's for you)
Old School John Woo - Hard Boiled..the single take action scenes = best gunfights ever
David Cronenberg- History of Violence and Eastern Promises had some awesome stuff in them
David Mamet - Spartan was sweet
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Tim Burton
David Fincher
Christopher Nolan
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eek
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Probably Peter Jackson or Steven Spielberg.
Posted: Thu, 10th Jan 2008, 8:24am

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Darth Penguin, look at the last post date of the second topic....
Posted: Thu, 10th Jan 2008, 9:08pm

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Yeah I know, but it's kind of odd that two threads with exactly the same name would be started by two people with very similar names... so I posted it.
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It's probably the same person that changed his name sometime along the road. Or maybe not...

Serpent: I know exactly what your saying. I only liked a few of his movies (like the OT) and I thought I might make a notable mention.
Posted: Thu, 10th Jan 2008, 9:26pm

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Thrawn wrote:

It's probably the same person that changed his name sometime along the road. Or maybe not...
No, it would've updated his name. I used to have a different name and all my old posts have been updated.
Maybe he has two accounts or something.
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Jabooza wrote:

Thrawn wrote:

It's probably the same person that changed his name sometime along the road. Or maybe not...
No, it would've updated his name. I used to have a different name and all my old posts have been updated.
Maybe he has two accounts or something.
Name changing is a somewhat new feature. If I remember correctly, he got a new account.

On Mel Gibson: I don't think he has done anything outstanding and I don't think he has enough to show for it. Braveheart is the only film he's directed that I like remotely. That's just me though, just backing it up as I was intentionally blunt earlier.