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141Steven Spielberg

I love Steven Spirlberg's work! HE is my all-time favorite director! He truly chose the right career for his life and the greatest composer for his projects, John Williams. He is a prime example on directing in cinema history. My favorite films of his are the Indiana Jones franchise, Saving Private Ryan, Minority Report, Jaws, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, the Adventures of Tintin, War Horse, Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, and A.I. Artificial Intelligence! After seeing and being astounded by Raiders of the Lost Ark, I knew Spirlberg would have to be the greatest director to ever exist! Personally I think he is 10 times better than the immoral Martin Scorsese. However, I am a bit disappointed in some of his work like Lincoln (too much talking, should've done a Civil War battle), Amistad (hardly exciting) Indiana Jones 4 (de-railed the franchise), Bridge of Spies (dull boredom) and Munich (too violent and dark) but all in all he is a pro! I would love to meet him, tell him what a ...more

Please don't hate me just because I don't like a movie that you like. I've never said that I hate spielberg. He's a very talented director and he's made some great movies in the past. But that doesn't mean I have to like ALL of his work.

I'm just gonna come out and say this people. I hate Jaws. Why? Because I don't like how it's caused fear and hatred of sharks throughout the world. We don't need to kill them, they're just a part of nature.

Ironically, Peter Benchley, the author of the novel jaws (and yes, jaws was a book before it was a movie) supported shark conservation.

Why in the world can't he even direct Transformers? Why can't he make an avenger movie? His movies are classics! I'm sure he was old when he directed The BFG.

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142Quentin TarantinoQuentin Jerome Tarantino is an American filmmaker and actor. His films are characterized by non-linear storylines, satirical subject matter, an aestheticization of violence, utilization of ensemble casts consisting of established and lesser-known performers, references to popular culture, soundtracks ...read more.

He is NOT a great director! He is a dishonorable man! He has such bad thoughts in his sick head. He is fond of the "n" word due to how many times he used it in Django Unchained, he has an aggressive nature and is cruel to interviewers, he is a violent and blood lover, his latest work the Hateful Eight made fun of God, and he has one of the ugliest faces I've ever seen on a human! No wonder he isn't married. I don't think he ever wants to marry anyone. He wouldn't make a good husband or father. Pulp Fiction isn't one of the greatest movies ever, it's the aspiration of idiocy! I doubt there's a place in Heaven for this profanity lover!

Normally I say than if a director is obsessed with violence are very disgusting but... Quentin Tarantino works very hard in his movies making interesting and very strong characters like Hans Landa or Jules Winnfield, and pulp fiction aren't so gross or gory to hate it, the only regular or bad Trantino's movies are Hostel, from dusk til' dawn and death proof, but seen inglorious bastards or pulp fiction with another perspective and talk me now

I'm utterly disgusted that someone put this guy on the list

Can't be hailed as a great as he hasn't made a serious film yet

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