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Tony Kaye to direct "Black Water Transit" (Article) - 2/19/2007 5:53:55 PM

It doesn't make him any less of an egotist. Documentaries don't make anything official, by the way. Just read up on the history of 'Nanook Of The North', it's been nothing but forgery since then. Besides, if the version the producers and Norton edited was that good, how much better could his version have been? I'm all about directors having final cut, but not when they're wrong about what to do what the material or when they only care about their own input, as Kaye clearly does.

Tony Kaye to direct "Black Water Transit" (Article) - 2/19/2007 10:50:22 AM

American History X was great because of Edward Norton. Tony Kaye is a hack who seems to think that directing commercials makes him both the best living filmmaker today and the most important filmmaker since Alfred Hitchcock. Either of those he ain't.

Terry Rossio talks "Pirates of the Caribbean 4" (Article) - 2/12/2007 12:30:34 PM

Scytheofluna's got it right. What is wrong with you people? Maybe I have an outsider's perspective because I avoided the hype and didn't see the first one until about four hours before I saw the second one, but in any case, they're damn good movies. They don't make my top hundred list, but they succeed in exactly what they set out to do. Just the fact that they were watchable after being based on a Disney park ride is a success in itself, but get over yourselves, they're good movies.

Top Ten Movies You Should Have Seen By Now (Article) - 12/18/2006 10:41:01 AM

There are some excellent movies on this list... but come on, the 'director's cut' of Dune (for more Dune action) is the Alan Smithee version. David Lynch all the way! And Gary Oldman's performance in The Professional was one of the most ridiculous overacting jobs I've ever seen.


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