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Directors that youd watch every movie theyd release!


#1

1.Quentin Tarantino (USA) Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill gained him my loyalty

2.Rober Rodriguez (USA) El Mariachi, Desperado, From Dusk Till Dawn, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Sin City gained him my loyalty

3.Takashi Miike (Japan) Fudoh, Dead or Alive, Visitor Q, Ichi the Killer, Audition, Gozu, Izo, 3 Extremes, Imprint gained him my loyalty

4.Chan Wook Park (Korea) Sympathy for Mr Vengeance, Old Boy, Lady Vengeance, 3 Extremes gained him my loyalty

5.Alejandro Gonzales Inarritu (Mexico) Amores Perros, 21 Grams, Babel gained him my loyalty

6.Alfonso Cuaron (Mexico) Y Tu Mama Tambien, Children of Men gained him my loyalty

7.Guillermo del Toro (Mexico) Cronos, The Devil’s Backbone, Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth gained him my loyalty

8.Pedro Almodovar (Spain) Law of Desire, Matador, Flower of My Secret, Live Flesh, Woman on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, All About My Mother, Bad Education, Talk to Her, Volver gained him my loyalty

9.Fernando Meirelles (Brazil) City of God, City of Men, Constant Gardener


#2

Ther’s really a handful of directors that I really like:


  1. Quentin Tarantino



    2.George A. Romero (The king of kings - badass alias I made up)



    3.Guillermo Del Toro



    4.David Fincher



    5.Paul Haggis



    6.Robert Rodriguez


  2. Edgar Wright (comedy at it’s best)

#3

"3.Takashi Miike (Japan)"

That means you’re very busy ;D



Only 3 directors that I would watch anything they make:


  1. QT
  2. Wes Anderson
  3. Takeshi Kitano

#4

For me it would be at least:



Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, Martin Scorsese, David Fincher, Michel Gondry, Sofia Coppola, Miranda July, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, John Woo, Johnny To, Ryuhei Kitamura, Kevin Smith, Richard Kelly, Brian De Palma, Takeshi Kitano, Darren Aronofsky



Can’t think of more…but at least these directors


#5

[quote=“Crazy_Hattori”]
"3.Takashi Miike (Japan)"

That means you’re very busy ;D
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lol, like around 65 films so far…


#6

[quote=“Angel”]
lol, like around 65 films so far…
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84 according to my calculations (TV works included)… But he’s slowing down. He has only released 4 movies this year.


#7

Most have been mentioned



James Cameron - Thought he was going to make a comeback

Christopher Nolan - Maybe I’m the only one who liked The Prestige

Ridley Scott - Hopefully will make more good films

Mel Brooks - You ain’t dead, you lazy bastard

Joel Cohen - Very high success rate


#8

I wanna all the movies these directors are going to make or have made but I haven’t watched yet.



Michael Curtiz - I think he made 80 films, Casablanca was his 62nd I think +Plus he’s hungarian and i’m 1/4 hungarian so I’ve gots to keep it real… Ahem





Alive:

The Q-Man and Rob Rod of course

Marty Scorsese

Brian DePalma

Bernardo Bertolucci

Dario Argento

Takashi Miike

John Woo

Eli Roth

John Carpenter

David Lynch

David Cronenberg

John Landis

Coen Brothers





Dead:

Akira Kurosawa

Orson Welles

Raol Walsh

Stanley Kubrick

Russ Meyer

Ingmar Bergman

John Huston

Federico Fellini

Lucio Fulci

Pier Paulo Pasolini

John Ford

(Michael Curtiz)


#9

Nobuhiro Yamashita

Hideo Gosha

Shinji Somai

Norifumi Suzuki

Quentin Tarantino

Kim Ki-duk

Takashi Miike



doesn’t mean I’d buy their every movie. I’d watch if give a chance.


#10

Isin’t John Carpenter retired?



Most carpenter films that I’ve seen are complete gems. I still have to check out Escape From LA and Big Troubl In Little China, aaaaand Vampires.


#11

Tarantino’s the only one I can think of actually. I actually like Rodriguez better but

I’m not about to sit through the Spy Kids movies let alone Shark Boy and Lava Girl.

I really don’t watch movies based on who’s making them though. If Uwe Boll made a

movie that looked and sounded interesting to me I’d probly give it a shot.