Most overrated director of all time.
"I ask myself, 'how would Spielberg do it?" – Wes Anderson
"Lincoln", what the hell was that? I really hope the trailer is misleading.
Yes, please add Lincoln so we can all add it to our watchlists and gaze at the page longingly for at least three minutes a day.
I still think he's one of the world's greatest directors, dammit!
grande en las pantallas del cine
People tend to be really nostalgic for "vintage Spielberg." But I predict that the period of his work from 1998 to 2008 will be remembered as his best. Not unlike Hitchcock--who, in '50s and '60s, was thought to have done his best work in his early British period--I think the general consensus on Spielberg's work will evolve over time. Looking at the last Indiana Jones film, Tintin and War Horse, I get the impression that the grandpa side of Spielberg is starting to show. Nonetheless, I can't wait for Lincoln.
Jaws.... Temple of Doom... A.I.... my idea of his best
"Undoubtedly one of the most influential film personalities in the history of film."
Waiting for a WAR HORSE trailer. This could be one of his classics.
Simply the greatest director alive, and EVER
I don't know whats the problem with other people
He's a true VISIONARY
You can tell by that quote that this guy is a fucking money grubber!
Too many classic films to put into words.
First real pictures of his upcoming WAR HORSE - http://cinema.uol.com.br/album/war_horse_2011_album.jhtm?abrefoto=2#fotoNav=1
His films are quite entertaining, but never go beyond that.
Even his "deepest" and most "sensitive" film, Schiendler's List, is very superficial.
But then again, that's how you please the masses.
i don't really like his movies either, clockworkdaisyblues, but that's just stupid hatin'.
I've recently watched MINORITY REPORT for, like, the 8th time, and it was better than ever. Its impressive kinetic energy goes hand in hand with Spielberg's usual optimism and family issues. It will stand the test of time,for sure.
I have a love hate relationship with Spielberg. I love some of his movies with all my heart, and hate others with just as much intensity.
Spielberg is not an artist, but a manufacturer. His films are slick product begging for acceptance, whether from the audience (Jaws, ET, Jurassic Park) or the Academy Awards (The Color Purple, Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan). All the modern special effects and violence cannot hide the fact that all of Spielberg's themes and plots were considered cliched by the close of WWII. He has never progressed past the '40s, and the fact that he's so well regarded indicates most people haven't either.
Agreed, Fiscle. It gets confusing sometimes.
they need to have a seperation on here for films actualy directed and partialy involved with for some of these directors. spielberg is my favorite director.
Anyone else excited by his collaboration with Abrams, SUPER 8? It starts shooting in September.