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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 20/6/2012 2:46:14 AM   
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As you wish.

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Really, what exactly did I do that wasn't accidental?


Most web browsers come with a built-in Google field. Top right corner. Can you see it? It's that little box that says "Google" in it. Takes up about 1/4 of your toolbar. Can't miss it. Which is why I assume you didn't.

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...are you accusing me of being racist? I really hope you're not otherwise were going to have some pretty f***ing serious words here mate!


I'm sure you're a top bloke. But I found what you said to be in poor taste. Very poor taste.

But I didn't accuse you of being racist. I simply described your comment as "borderline racism". "Borderline". As in, "Watch yourself. You don't want to be saying shit like that in a public place where you could end up with a black eye...or worse."

It was a shot across the bow. Some free advice. So holster the outrage and take it as a favour from me to you.



Borderline racism imocould just have easily said bruised eye
ffs there was no racism here

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 20/6/2012 5:40:40 PM   
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Got to be Nick Love.

He represents everything I dislike in cinema. The man does not deserve the amazing job he has.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 20/6/2012 7:43:41 PM   
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Got to be Nick Love.

He represents everything I dislike in cinema. The man does not deserve the amazing job he has.


Good shout.

Rob Zombie, Eli Roth, Paul W S Anderson although I did enjoy Death Race his best film is still Event Horizon. Wayans Brothers.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 21/6/2012 1:16:20 AM   
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Got to be Nick Love.

He represents everything I dislike in cinema. The man does not deserve the amazing job he has.


I haven't seen one of his films but to be fair they all look like shite "cockney geezer oiy-oiy" type of gubbins. And he came across like a total cunt on Top Gear.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 21/6/2012 1:20:50 AM   
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A few choice moments from Nick Love's and DANNY DYARRRR's Outlaw DVD commentary.

Fackin' click on fackin link, ya fackin cants!

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 21/6/2012 1:30:40 AM   
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Nick Love's films stink the place out but it's Paul W.S. Anderson for me. Shockingly inept filmmaker.

And there's no justice. As soon as I want to film my wife performing in slo-mo, it's off to marriage guidance!

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 21/6/2012 1:46:40 AM   
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A few choice moments from Nick Love's and DANNY DYARRRR's Outlaw DVD commentary.

Fackin' click on fackin link, ya fackin cants!




At one point Love compares his film to Scum! What a proper pair of bell-ends.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 17/6/2013 3:43:46 PM   
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I may have found the worst director of all time - Jonathan Levine.

I've just watched All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, which I thought was a steaming turd of a massive shite. I then IMDBed the movie and saw the director's credits:

All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)
The Wackness (2008)
50/50 (2011)
Warm Bodies (2013)

This is a seriously bad career.

I hate the first movie, failed to finish the next two and haven't seen the fourth. Publicity material makes Warm Bodies look like a poor film in my opinion, but with this track record I expect a terrible movie now.


All the Boys Love Mandy Lane review:
Awful, woefully dull non-event of a film. Nothing happens for about an hour and then some brief, poorly staged action takes place; then it's topped off with a horribly fumbled twist. Just such a massive waste of time. The script is piss-poor and the direction very weak. The cinematography is a weird combination of over lit and under lit lighting along with pointless MTV style visual effects from time to time. All the characters are unlikable and the lead is one of the most boring people ever put on film. She is so boring that the writer struggles to put any dialogue in her mouth or sustain any conversations between her and the other characters. The whole thing was just an annoying, pointless bore. There wasn't much violence, and the kills were poorly filmed. For a slasher it had nothing to offer. Perhaps I wasn't paying enough attention at the end, but I didn't hear any explanation for the motivation of the bad guy. Why do no competent writers and directors ever make horror films? Why is it always left up to the talentless to make them? I hated this film. Truly terrible.

1 out of 10

The Wackness looked promising but I gave up on the movie about twenty or thirty minutes in as it annoyed me so much.


50/50 review:
It doesn't work, nothing was clicking. Eventually it became boring so I quit 50 minutes in after they pick up the two girls. A failed movie.

1 out of 10

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M. Night.

His problem IMO is that hes stuck in the 50s. His techniques and sensibilities are from that era. If he was making and releasing films alongside Hitchcock they would be great. This isnt the 50s anymore. That controlled, mannered acting; those long barely edited sequences; the relaxed pacing etc. His movies look old fashioned and comical to a modern audience. Hes a 50s director working in the 00s and 10s, and hes very, very out of place.


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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 17/6/2013 6:18:24 PM   
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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 19/7/2013 12:35:10 PM   
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Harmony Korine gets my vote.

I find his work pompous, pretentious and downright dull.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 20/7/2013 12:37:25 AM   
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Harmony Korine gets my vote.

I find his work pompous, pretentious and downright dull.

Another vote for Korine.

Spring Breakers was terrible beyond belief.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 23/7/2013 5:26:48 PM   
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I have no self control, so I think I'd probably kill the Wayan brothers if I ever met them. Lucas at least gave us Star Wars, so probably just a kick in the nuts for him. A sharp slap for Shyamalan, hopefully smarten him up. I wouldn't give Bay the time of day (no rhyme intended). I also really, really don't like Guy Ritchie.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 30/10/2013 5:16:41 PM   
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Probably controversial around here but Zac Snyder.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 30/10/2013 5:32:14 PM   
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Probably controversial around here but Zac Snyder.


If he has a right behind anything, it's the camera. It's the page he shouldn't be near.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 15/12/2013 2:07:28 PM   
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Michael Bay.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 28/12/2013 7:55:22 PM   
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Woody Allen, in my opinion, is a terrible filmmaker. A lot of you will disagree, but I have never seen a film by him that appealed to me in any way. Midnight in Paris was crap, and that was the movie from which on I hated Owen Wilson. Annie Hall, is annoying to put it simple. My hate probably comes from his writing/acting because I hate his characters probably more than the movies.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 23/1/2014 4:37:59 PM   
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Quentin Tarantino...

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 23/1/2014 5:31:17 PM   
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Woody Allen, in my opinion, is a terrible filmmaker. A lot of you will disagree, but I have never seen a film by him that appealed to me in any way.


I used to think the same thing for years, I never liked any Allen films I had seen which was mostly his newer stuff. But when I first joined this forum someone (can't remember who it was, maybe rick_7) recommended I watch The Purple Rose of Cairo which I thought was fantastic. Since then I've watched Radio Days, Broadway Danny Rose, Hannah and Her Sisters and Crimes and Misdemeanors which I thought were all excellent. So I would recommend checking out his 80s period films if you haven't seen them yet.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 18/2/2014 12:40:35 PM   
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Quentin Tarantino...


Wut?

I'm joining on Paul W.S. Anderson. How people still payed to see all those sequels for Resident Evil is a real mystery to me. I don't know how these directors still pull it of to raise budgets for films like Pompeii. You start to wonder if those studio executives ever watch films..

Disagree on Shyamalan though. He has indeed made bad movies recently, The Last Airbender was a disaster and I won't even bother watching the one with Will Smith and his son. But I'm a big fan of his earlier work, I still think Signs (except the ending) is one of the scariest movies I've seen. The atmosphere and suspense in that film is great.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 18/2/2014 7:03:57 PM   
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I'm joining on Paul W.S. Anderson. How people still payed to see all those sequels for Resident Evil is a real mystery to me. I don't know how these directors still pull it of to raise budgets for films like Pompeii. You start to wonder if those studio executives ever watch films..


Anderson's films are relatively cheap to make and they turn a profit. That's how he's been able to work as long as he has.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 19/2/2014 3:03:36 PM   
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Damn you're right, just checked box-office mojo.. His resident evil sequels make over 250 million Oo And the piece of crap that the Three Musketeers was even got to 130 mil.

People really have no taste..

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 19/2/2014 11:04:14 PM   
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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 20/2/2014 4:41:55 AM   
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M. Night Shyamalan. What I find most difficult to comprehend is that there are still morons in the business who are prepared to finance the moronic drivel that this talentless hack keeps churning out with such monotonous regularity.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 1/7/2014 11:30:05 PM   
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M. Night Shyamalan. What I find most difficult to comprehend is that there are still morons in the business who are prepared to finance the moronic drivel that this talentless hack keeps churning out with such monotonous regularity.


M. Night is anything but a talentless hack. Whether you like his movies or not the film techniques used in Signs, The Village, Sixth Sense and Unbreakable are fantastic. His camera angles in those films are insane and his cinematography is spot on.
I love the opening of Signs where you see the photo of Gibson's wife and the cross on the wall. Instantly you learn so much about the character's past.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 3/7/2014 8:33:26 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Peregrine Took

M. Night Shyamalan. What I find most difficult to comprehend is that there are still morons in the business who are prepared to finance the moronic drivel that this talentless hack keeps churning out with such monotonous regularity.


M. Night is anything but a talentless hack. Whether you like his movies or not the film techniques used in Signs, The Village, Sixth Sense and Unbreakable are fantastic. His camera angles in those films are insane and his cinematography is spot on.
I love the opening of Signs where you see the photo of Gibson's wife and the cross on the wall. Instantly you learn so much about the character's past.



Whatever.His films are still shit.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 4/7/2014 12:36:14 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Peregrine Took

M. Night Shyamalan. What I find most difficult to comprehend is that there are still morons in the business who are prepared to finance the moronic drivel that this talentless hack keeps churning out with such monotonous regularity.


M. Night is anything but a talentless hack. Whether you like his movies or not the film techniques used in Signs, The Village, Sixth Sense and Unbreakable are fantastic. His camera angles in those films are insane and his cinematography is spot on.
I love the opening of Signs where you see the photo of Gibson's wife and the cross on the wall. Instantly you learn so much about the character's past.



While I don't agree he's a hack, to try and sell him as some visionary director is going from the sublime to the ridiculous. Saying he's a great director because of his insane angles is a bit like saying John Goodman's paunch makes him a great actor. His directing really is very much by the numbers. Watching his films is like picking up a book on directing or cinematography from your shelf and turning a page. I'm not saying that makes him bad. You could say that about 99% of directors. It's what separates those directors whose names we know from those we don't. The vast majority of films are shot using stock set-ups, religious adherence to Hitchcock's rule or the rule of thirds. Doesn't make you a bad director. Just means you are nothing exceptional. And therein lies the problem ...he's a normal, everyday, average director who thanks to a moment of inspiration got put in the spotlight and has been shown up for being ... an average Joe.

All purely imo of course.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 8/7/2014 3:31:53 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Ax101


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ORIGINAL: Peregrine Took

M. Night Shyamalan. What I find most difficult to comprehend is that there are still morons in the business who are prepared to finance the moronic drivel that this talentless hack keeps churning out with such monotonous regularity.


M. Night is anything but a talentless hack. Whether you like his movies or not the film techniques used in Signs, The Village, Sixth Sense and Unbreakable are fantastic. His camera angles in those films are insane and his cinematography is spot on.
I love the opening of Signs where you see the photo of Gibson's wife and the cross on the wall. Instantly you learn so much about the character's past.



Whatever.His films are still shit.


You used the word 'shit' to describe 2001 as well. It would be nice to see you provide more of an explanation rather than just 'Nah its shit' about everything. Especially when you have an avatar of the Phantom Menace', a film that begins with a fish/horse thing called Jar Jar that looks like a half-chewed Drumstick lolly and ends with a guy with fannyrash on his face getting his horn on and whipping out his doubled edge dildo for some 2 on 1 action.

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ORIGINAL: Peregrine Took

M. Night Shyamalan. What I find most difficult to comprehend is that there are still morons in the business who are prepared to finance the moronic drivel that this talentless hack keeps churning out with such monotonous regularity.


M. Night is anything but a talentless hack. Whether you like his movies or not the film techniques used in Signs, The Village, Sixth Sense and Unbreakable are fantastic. His camera angles in those films are insane and his cinematography is spot on.
I love the opening of Signs where you see the photo of Gibson's wife and the cross on the wall. Instantly you learn so much about the character's past.



While I don't agree he's a hack, to try and sell him as some visionary director is going from the sublime to the ridiculous. Saying he's a great director because of his insane angles is a bit like saying John Goodman's paunch makes him a great actor. His directing really is very much by the numbers. Watching his films is like picking up a book on directing or cinematography from your shelf and turning a page. I'm not saying that makes him bad. You could say that about 99% of directors. It's what separates those directors whose names we know from those we don't. The vast majority of films are shot using stock set-ups, religious adherence to Hitchcock's rule or the rule of thirds. Doesn't make you a bad director. Just means you are nothing exceptional. And therein lies the problem ...he's a normal, everyday, average director who thanks to a moment of inspiration got put in the spotlight and has been shown up for being ... an average Joe.

All purely imo of course.


I don't think he's a great director just because of his camera angles, I just used that as an example. My point was that he is not a talentless hack. He isn't really an average joe either, how many of us have four great films to our names? I do agree that he definitely adheres to Hitchcock's rules.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 8/7/2014 5:10:51 PM   
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Have to agree with Ax here. While Shyamalan's latest output has been tosh of the highest order, The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable are great, and I like Signs and The Village too.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 8/7/2014 8:42:06 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Ax101


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ORIGINAL: Peregrine Took

M. Night Shyamalan. What I find most difficult to comprehend is that there are still morons in the business who are prepared to finance the moronic drivel that this talentless hack keeps churning out with such monotonous regularity.


M. Night is anything but a talentless hack. Whether you like his movies or not the film techniques used in Signs, The Village, Sixth Sense and Unbreakable are fantastic. His camera angles in those films are insane and his cinematography is spot on.
I love the opening of Signs where you see the photo of Gibson's wife and the cross on the wall. Instantly you learn so much about the character's past.



Whatever.His films are still shit.


You used the word 'shit' to describe 2001 as well. It would be nice to see you provide more of an explanation rather than just 'Nah its shit' about everything. Especially when you have an avatar of the Phantom Menace', a film that begins with a fish/horse thing called Jar Jar that looks like a half-chewed Drumstick lolly and ends with a guy with fannyrash on his face getting his horn on and whipping out his doubled edge dildo for some 2 on 1 action.

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ORIGINAL: Ax101


quote:

ORIGINAL: Peregrine Took

M. Night Shyamalan. What I find most difficult to comprehend is that there are still morons in the business who are prepared to finance the moronic drivel that this talentless hack keeps churning out with such monotonous regularity.


M. Night is anything but a talentless hack. Whether you like his movies or not the film techniques used in Signs, The Village, Sixth Sense and Unbreakable are fantastic. His camera angles in those films are insane and his cinematography is spot on.
I love the opening of Signs where you see the photo of Gibson's wife and the cross on the wall. Instantly you learn so much about the character's past.



While I don't agree he's a hack, to try and sell him as some visionary director is going from the sublime to the ridiculous. Saying he's a great director because of his insane angles is a bit like saying John Goodman's paunch makes him a great actor. His directing really is very much by the numbers. Watching his films is like picking up a book on directing or cinematography from your shelf and turning a page. I'm not saying that makes him bad. You could say that about 99% of directors. It's what separates those directors whose names we know from those we don't. The vast majority of films are shot using stock set-ups, religious adherence to Hitchcock's rule or the rule of thirds. Doesn't make you a bad director. Just means you are nothing exceptional. And therein lies the problem ...he's a normal, everyday, average director who thanks to a moment of inspiration got put in the spotlight and has been shown up for being ... an average Joe.

All purely imo of course.


I don't think he's a great director just because of his camera angles, I just used that as an example. My point was that he is not a talentless hack. He isn't really an average joe either, how many of us have four great films to our names? I do agree that he definitely adheres to Hitchcock's rules.


I think your response to my post..is shit.

Just like Shymalyan and his films.

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RE: Directors who have no right behind the camera - 9/7/2014 12:03:51 AM   
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You used the word 'shit' to describe 2001 as well.
It would be nice to see you provide more of an explanation rather than just 'Nah its shit' about everything. Especially when you have an avatar of the Phantom Menace'



And King Kong just now. Kind of an odd starting point for any real discussion.

Mr. M Night can direct, I think that some ego problems and him writing this stuff alone spoiled it, maybe he just believed his own hype or lost his marbles along the way. I mean I kind of liked The Village, but Lady in the Water was incredibly poor as far as basic plot and characters go... and the ending to Signs is just rubbish when you consider aliens coming to a planet two thirds covered in water... What was he thinking?

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