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#1 SilentSoprano
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For me: The Coen Brothers, Stanley Kubrick, Christopher Nolan (more his writing than directing)

I did like Full Metal Jacket though, but that was pretty much the only Kubrick film I cared for. I liked the book version of Clockwork Orange, but damn I think I only liked 1 scene in the movie.

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Danny Boyle.

I have hated everything that man has done

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#3 Steyrvolt
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Gus Van Sant.

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Michael Bay, worst director of all time
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Michael Bay, worst director of all timeflashfall
He is pretty bad but he still directed The Rock. I loved that movie. Armageddon was decent for a popcorn flick and The Island had its moments.
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Tim Burton.

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Danny Boyle.

I have hated everything that man has done

TroubleMaker411

Aw cmon, you're telling me you didn't like Slumdog Millionare at all? Or even 28 Days Later?

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#8 testfactor888
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[QUOTE="TroubleMaker411"]

Danny Boyle.

I have hated everything that man has done

SilentSoprano

Aw cmon, you're telling me you didn't like Slumdog Millionare at all? Or even 28 Days Later?

I think I am the only person I know who liked Sunshine. Though the way he filmed the ending sequence, I don't know what he did but it makes me nauseous.

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[QUOTE="SilentSoprano"]

[QUOTE="TroubleMaker411"]

Danny Boyle.

I have hated everything that man has done

testfactor888

Aw cmon, you're telling me you didn't like Slumdog Millionare at all? Or even 28 Days Later?

I think I am the only person I know who liked Sunshine. Though the way he had it filmed at the very end, I don't know what he did but it makes me nauseous.

My friend keeps trying to get me to watch that. I heard it kind of falls apart towards the end though.

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[QUOTE="testfactor888"][QUOTE="SilentSoprano"]

Aw cmon, you're telling me you didn't like Slumdog Millionare at all? Or even 28 Days Later?

SilentSoprano

I think I am the only person I know who liked Sunshine. Though the way he had it filmed at the very end, I don't know what he did but it makes me nauseous.

My friend keeps trying to get me to watch that. I heard it kind of falls apart towards the end though.

Yeah I edited my post to specify more that the ending is kinda bleh. I just enjoyed the movie enough up till than that it diden't kill the movie for me.
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Lars von Trier - He's a pretentious, narcissist, misogynist madman who will go out of his way to be controversial and seems to be proud of it! He actually had the nerve to declare himself the greatest filmmaker in the world. I was nearly physically sick watching Antichrist - it made my bottom 10 list!! Worst of all, we probably have at least another 20 years of this fiend to endure!

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[QUOTE="TroubleMaker411"]

Danny Boyle.

I have hated everything that man has done

SilentSoprano

Aw cmon, you're telling me you didn't like Slumdog Millionare at all? Or even 28 Days Later?

I thought 28 days later was horse ****

And spongebob millionaire was a terrible adaptation of a very good novel

Danny boyle should be tied down and beaten.

But i on the other hand, love Kubrick. He revolutionised movie making and we should all be thanking him, IMO

:D

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Christopher Nolan is the one I can think of. Danny Boyle too potentially
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#14 flashfall
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kubrick did the shining, and boyle did trainspotting, so they are far from the worst directors
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Lars von Trier - He's a pretentious, narcissist, misogynist madman who will go out of his way to be controversial and seems to be proud of it! He actually had the nerve to declare himself the greatest filmmaker in the world. I was nearly physically sick watching Antichrist - it made my bottom 10 list!! biggest_loser

Funny how he declares himself the greatest filmmaker in the world when most people probably have never even heard of him. I heard Antichrist was pretty bad, they had actual pornstars for the sex scenes and stuff like that?

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[QUOTE="biggest_loser"]Lars von Trier - He's a pretentious, narcissist, misogynist madman who will go out of his way to be controversial and seems to be proud of it! He actually had the nerve to declare himself the greatest filmmaker in the world. I was nearly physically sick watching Antichrist - it made my bottom 10 list!! SilentSoprano

Funny how he declares himself the greatest filmmaker in the world when most people probably have never even heard of him. I heard Antichrist was pretty bad, they had actual pornstars for the sex scenes and stuff like that?

I don't know about pornstars but there are things in that movie that I was reluctant to even share with my mates.
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hmm, I like all the popular directors. Eccept for that guy who directed 2012, I think he's supposed to be popular, but I don't like him.
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#18 SilentSoprano
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[QUOTE="SilentSoprano"]

[QUOTE="biggest_loser"]Lars von Trier - He's a pretentious, narcissist, misogynist madman who will go out of his way to be controversial and seems to be proud of it! He actually had the nerve to declare himself the greatest filmmaker in the world. I was nearly physically sick watching Antichrist - it made my bottom 10 list!! biggest_loser

Funny how he declares himself the greatest filmmaker in the world when most people probably have never even heard of him. I heard Antichrist was pretty bad, they had actual pornstars for the sex scenes and stuff like that?

I don't know about pornstars but there are things in that movie that I was reluctant to even share with my mates.

What were they? I don't want to watch the actual movie because I don't think I want to actually see it in action.

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hmm, I like all the popular directors. Eccept for that guy who directed 2012, I think he's supposed to be popular, but I don't like him.herpderp9000
Roland Emmerich
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#20 airshocker
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Quentin Tarantino. Every movie he's done has been garbage. Even the newest Nazi one is only worth seeing once. And just for the Nazi scalping and the bear jew.

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[QUOTE="flashfall"]Michael Bay, worst director of all timetestfactor888
He is pretty bad but he still directed The Rock. I loved that movie. Armageddon was decent for a popcorn flick and The Island had its moments.

ok the rock was decent but armageddon was really bad. once the island became a two hour chase sequence i was done.
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Quentin Tarantino. Every movie he's done has been garbage. Even the newest Nazi one is only worth seeing once. And just for the Nazi scalping and the bear jew.

airshocker

Oh come on!

Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are two of the greatest films around.

And Tarantino, as a director and a writer, is brilliant

(for the most part, i'm happily forgetting Kill Bill)

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#23 airshocker
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Oh come on!

Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are two of the greatest films around.

And Tarantino, as a director and a writer, is brilliant

(for the most part, i'm happily forgetting Kill Bill)

TroubleMaker411

Pulp Fiction was just weird. Resevoir Dogs wasn't too bad. Everything else has been garbage.

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#24 SilentSoprano
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[QUOTE="airshocker"]

Quentin Tarantino. Every movie he's done has been garbage. Even the newest Nazi one is only worth seeing once. And just for the Nazi scalping and the bear jew.

TroubleMaker411

Oh come on!

Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are two of the greatest films around.

And Tarantino, as a director and a writer, is brilliant

(for the most part, i'm happily forgetting Kill Bill)

Well you can't get mad at him when you're saying Danny Boyle is terrible haha. I think Tarantino is actually disliked by a good amount of people for the most part,

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#25 testfactor888
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[QUOTE="testfactor888"][QUOTE="flashfall"]Michael Bay, worst director of all timeflashfall
He is pretty bad but he still directed The Rock. I loved that movie. Armageddon was decent for a popcorn flick and The Island had its moments.

ok the rock was decent but armageddon was really bad. once the island became a two hour chase sequence i was done.

The ending of The Island was a bit of a letdown I agree. Still the first hour was pretty good.
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inglorious bastards was terrible, but resevoir dogs was brilliant
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[QUOTE="TroubleMaker411"]

Oh come on!

Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are two of the greatest films around.

And Tarantino, as a director and a writer, is brilliant

(for the most part, i'm happily forgetting Kill Bill)

airshocker

Pulp Fiction was just weird. Resevoir Dogs wasn't too bad. Everything else has been garbage.

Reservoir Dogs would be ok if it wasn't a rip off of a Chow Yun Fat movie.
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#28 testfactor888
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[QUOTE="TroubleMaker411"]

[QUOTE="airshocker"]

Quentin Tarantino. Every movie he's done has been garbage. Even the newest Nazi one is only worth seeing once. And just for the Nazi scalping and the bear jew.

SilentSoprano

Oh come on!

Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are two of the greatest films around.

And Tarantino, as a director and a writer, is brilliant

(for the most part, i'm happily forgetting Kill Bill)

Well you can't get mad at him when you're saying Danny Boyle is terrible haha. I think Tarantino is actually disliked by a good amount of people for the most part,

Personally I don't think he is all that great. I liked Inglorious Basterds and Jackie Brown though. Pulp Fiction was good but I mean after all these years its just so overplayed and well I am sick of it now. I hated Kill Bill.
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[QUOTE="TroubleMaker411"]

[QUOTE="airshocker"]

Quentin Tarantino. Every movie he's done has been garbage. Even the newest Nazi one is only worth seeing once. And just for the Nazi scalping and the bear jew.

SilentSoprano

Oh come on!

Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are two of the greatest films around.

And Tarantino, as a director and a writer, is brilliant

(for the most part, i'm happily forgetting Kill Bill)

Well you can't get mad at him when you're saying Danny Boyle is terrible haha. I think Tarantino is actually disliked by a good amount of people for the most part,

Vincent would like a word with you

vinny

I'm not mad.

Just couldn't believe someone said tarantino. :)

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surprised noone said george lucas yet.
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#31 SilentSoprano
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[QUOTE="SilentSoprano"]

[QUOTE="TroubleMaker411"]

Oh come on!

Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are two of the greatest films around.

And Tarantino, as a director and a writer, is brilliant

(for the most part, i'm happily forgetting Kill Bill)

TroubleMaker411

Well you can't get mad at him when you're saying Danny Boyle is terrible haha. I think Tarantino is actually disliked by a good amount of people for the most part,

Vincent would like a word with you

vinny

I'm not mad.

Just couldn't believe someone said tarantino. :)

Haha, I don't know how people can't like Jackson's and Travolta's characters in that film, they are so good.

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surprised noone said george lucas yet.flashfall
I don't mind him as a director but as a writer I think he can write some really bad dialogue. I know its cliche but the scenes with Anakin and Padme in some of the Star Wars prequel's made me cringe.
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#33 flashfall
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[QUOTE="TroubleMaker411"]

[QUOTE="SilentSoprano"]

Well you can't get mad at him when you're saying Danny Boyle is terrible haha. I think Tarantino is actually disliked by a good amount of people for the most part,

SilentSoprano

Vincent would like a word with you

I'm not mad.

Just couldn't believe someone said tarantino. :)

Haha, I don't know how people can't like Jackson's and Travolta's characters in that film, they are so good.

bruce willis was the most badazz with that sword
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▲ James Cameron. The Terminator was okay but everything else is pretty meh. ▲

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[QUOTE="herpderp9000"]hmm, I like all the popular directors. Eccept for that guy who directed 2012, I think he's supposed to be popular, but I don't like him.testfactor888
Roland Emmerich

Yeah him. He made a movie with a symbol of every religion in the world getting burned or ****ed up, but not the Ka'ba becase he was scared of Muslims doing a Fatwa on him.
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surprised noone said george lucas yet.flashfall

Ok yeah him too. I honestly did not get the big hoolah about any of the Star Wars movies. To me, there are so many better Sci Fi movies out there. And I think the only other film he directed was American Graffitti. I heard he didn't even direct Star Wars V and VI?

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#37 flashfall
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▲ James Cameron. The Terminator was okay but everything else is pretty meh. ▲

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agreed, T1 was a good horror movie, but T2 was embarrasing. titanic and avatar were garbage
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#38 Vaasman
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M. Night was never, ever a good director. Sixth Sense was not a good movie.

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#39 herpderp9000
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[QUOTE="airshocker"]

[QUOTE="TroubleMaker411"]

Oh come on!

Resevoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction are two of the greatest films around.

And Tarantino, as a director and a writer, is brilliant

(for the most part, i'm happily forgetting Kill Bill)

Pulp Fiction was just weird. Resevoir Dogs wasn't too bad. Everything else has been garbage.

Kill Bill is god tier. Pulp Fiction is good, and Resevoir Dogs is just fantastic. I haven't seen the Nazi one yet.
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#40 testfactor888
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[QUOTE="flashfall"]surprised noone said george lucas yet.SilentSoprano

Ok yeah him too. I honestly did not get the big hoolah about any of the Star Wars movies. To me, there are so many better Sci Fi movies out there. And I think the only other film he directed was American Graffitti. I heard he didn't even direct Star Wars V and VI?

He diden't. V was directed by Irvin Kershner and VI was directed by Richard Marquand.

I agree with you as well saying there are much better Sci Fi movies out there than Star Wars. I don't mind the films but I am not really a fan.

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#41 flashfall
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[QUOTE="SilentSoprano"]

[QUOTE="flashfall"]surprised noone said george lucas yet.testfactor888

Ok yeah him too. I honestly did not get the big hoolah about any of the Star Wars movies. To me, there are so many better Sci Fi movies out there. And I think the only other film he directed was American Graffitti. I heard he didn't even direct Star Wars V and VI?

He diden't. V was directed by Irvin Kershner and VI was directed by Richard Marquand.

empire strikes back was brilliant choreography and cinematography. the lightsaber duel between luke and vader, with that twist "i am your father" will always be one of the greatest sequences ever shot
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#42 testfactor888
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[QUOTE="Loco_Live"]

▲ James Cameron. The Terminator was okay but everything else is pretty meh. ▲

flashfall
agreed, T1 was a good horror movie, but T2 was embarrasing. titanic and avatar were garbage

I agree Avatar was nothing special but I disagree on T2. I really liked that and Aliens. He seems like such an arrogant jerk though in general that I rather not seem like I am defending him. He kinda annoys me anytime I read interviews he gives.
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Watch this and then try to tell me Reservoir Dogs is the best film ever. Not to mention the fact that Tarantino denies ever seeing the previous flick...

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#44 testfactor888
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[QUOTE="testfactor888"][QUOTE="SilentSoprano"]

Ok yeah him too. I honestly did not get the big hoolah about any of the Star Wars movies. To me, there are so many better Sci Fi movies out there. And I think the only other film he directed was American Graffitti. I heard he didn't even direct Star Wars V and VI?

flashfall

He diden't. V was directed by Irvin Kershner and VI was directed by Richard Marquand.

empire strikes back was brilliant choreography and cinematography. the lightsaber duel between luke and vader, with that twist "i am your father" will always be one of the greatest sequences ever shot

Out of all the Star Wars movies I would say Empire was my fav. It was the only one to really keep me interested from start to finish and I agree it was a good twist at the time.

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Michael Bay is the worst. I can't tell if he actually likes his work, or just hopes the youth of America will get off on it. His work is despicable.

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Watch this and then try to tell me Reservoir Dogs is the best film ever. Not to mention the fact that Tarantino denies ever seeing the previous flick...

DEVILinIRON

I have seen city on fire, and it is very good.

But the truth is, the majority of the mainstream market hadn't seen it. (i don't believe QT hadn't seen it, being a cinophile and working in a vid store) but there is absolutely nothing wrong with paying homage to another movie, or even taking it's ideas, and making them into something mainstream.

It's no different to Scorscese making The Departed and NOT calling it a remake, which it quite blatently is.

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#47 flashfall
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Michael Bay is the worst. I can't tell if he actually likes his work, or just hopes the youth of America will get off on it. His work is despicable.

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pearl harbor was one of the worst movies ever made, and transformers was a seizurefest with shia lablouf screaming half the movie. atleast uwe boll knows he's cool, but michael bay thinks he's cool. michael bay = sunset, explosion, car, babe, nerd. thats it
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[QUOTE="TroubleMaker411"]

[QUOTE="DEVILinIRON"]

Watch this and then try to tell me Reservoir Dogs is the best film ever. Not to mention the fact that Tarantino denies ever seeing the previous flick...

I have seen city on fire, and it is very good.

But the truth is, the majority of the mainstream market hadn't seen it. (i don't believe QT hadn't seen it, being a cinophile and working in a vid store) but there is absolutely nothing wrong with paying homage to another movie, or even taking it's ideas, and making them into something mainstream.

It's no different to Scorscese making The Departed and NOT calling it a remake, which it quite blatently is.

Seemed like he ripped the plot right from that movie. I want to direct some movies some day, I'm doing to try out QT's style. Hr takes from everyone, but sometimes he toes the line at stealing other people's stuff.