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    Favorite director?

    Who's your favorite movie director? And your favorite movie from that director

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    Martin Scorsese
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    Rob Zombie:
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    right now my favorite director is Christopher Nolan and the whole Dark knight trilogy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlohm1 View Post
    right now my favorite director is Christopher Nolan and the whole Dark knight trilogy.
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    I also like Quintin Tarantino

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    Joel Coen - The Big Lebowksi.
    Wes Anderson - The Darjeeling Limited
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    Christopher Nolan

    Inception
    TDKR
    Memento

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    Tough choice, but with other favs of mine like Tarantino, Nolan, Coen bros, Scorsese named I'll go with another favorite of mine: Paul Thomas Anderson and his jobs with There Will Be Blood and Boogie Nights being my top choices from him.

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    Quintin Tarantino-- Pulp Fiction/Inglourious Basterds

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    Michael Bay- his horror movies

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    Man I have a lot. I'll try to narrow down to 3, and separate them roughly into the different eras.

    Billy Wilder: he's basically the prototype. While some of his contemporaries were better at certain things than he was, he was unquestionably good at them all. While he may have indulged some of the worst aspects of himself in later years, he was still excellent. Probably his only movie that enters my top 25 is Sunset Blvd but it is without a doubt that many of my favorite movies were just ripping him off. Favorites include Sunset Blvd, Stalag 17, and The Lost Weekend.

    Stanley Kubrick: an extraodrinarily modern director and virtually flawless at adapting novels to the big screen. Since novels are my favorite way to ingest art I'm sort of biased here, but nobody ever questions Kubrick's chops. Many directors rip off his stylized filmmaking and yet when you see a Kubrick film you never confuse it with anyone else's. Favorites are 2001, Lolita, and Dr. Strangelove.

    Ridley Scott: honestly there are other directors I like more from his era (Terrence Malick and David Cronenberg) but Scott is probably the most complete director that I enjoy from this modern era. He's prone to making movies that you enjoy but are instantly forgettable (Body of Lies, Kingdom of Heaven, American Gangster) but his peaks are, without question, some of the best films cinema has seen. In addition to probably the only truly great epic of the last 20 years (Gladiator), I also enjoy Blade Runner, Alien, and Thelma & Louise.

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    David Fincher- Se7en

    So underrated as a director
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