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message 1: by Ruth, Head mod (new)

Ruth | 903 comments Mod
who are your favorite directors?
mine are
Ridley Scott
Christopher Nolan
Peter Jackson
(not in any particular order)


message 2: by John (new)

John Hancock (johngregoryhancock) | 12 comments Stanley Kubrick
Alfred Hitchcock

(incomplete list. I must think on this some more)


message 3: by johanna (new)

johanna (johannad_m) Ooh! :D

Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg ... Spielburg ... how do you spell that? D:


message 4: by Ruth, Head mod (new)

Ruth | 903 comments Mod
XD


message 5: by John (new)

John Hancock (johngregoryhancock) | 12 comments Wes Anderson


message 6: by johanna (new)

johanna (johannad_m) It's E! It's Spielberg. ^-^ Mystery solved.


message 7: by Ruth, Head mod (new)

Ruth | 903 comments Mod
John wrote: "Wes Anderson"

what did he direct?


message 8: by John (new)

John Hancock (johngregoryhancock) | 12 comments Ruth wrote: "John wrote: "Wes Anderson"

what did he direct?"


Moonrise Kingdom


message 9: by Ruth, Head mod (new)

Ruth | 903 comments Mod
oh, yeah, I loved that movie!


message 10: by John (new)

John Hancock (johngregoryhancock) | 12 comments Ruth wrote: "oh, yeah, I loved that movie!"

its one of my favorite movies of all time. its such a feeling of what it was like to grow up then. And yes, I'm that old.


message 11: by Ruth, Head mod (new)

Ruth | 903 comments Mod
lol I didn't grow up during that time period, but I liked the differentness of the movie.


message 12: by Ruth, Head mod (new)

Ruth | 903 comments Mod
lol I forgot to put Martin Scorcese on my list! He's awesome!


message 13: by John (new)

John Hancock (johngregoryhancock) | 12 comments Kyle ~Special K: Rebel Leader~ wrote: "John Carpenter, Martin Scorcese, Sean Cunningham, Steven Spielberg, Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, Ridley Scott, Lewis Teague, Brian De Palma, Mary Lambert."

Kubrick's "Paths of Glory" is one of the best films ever made, period.


message 14: by John (new)

John Hancock (johngregoryhancock) | 12 comments Kyle ~Special K: Rebel Leader~ wrote: "Haven't seen that one, John. I thought Kubrick did a masterful job directing THE SHINING."

Paths of Glory is in black and white, about WWI, not WWII but the pathos, the drama and sheer mastery of the film will haunt you the rest of your life.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050825/?...

the part where my heart finally broke: (view spoiler)


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