You had me right up til Hitchcock. Sure, from Psycho on out he degrades terribly but maybe he had dementia. His early stuff is worth watching and would that his films were required viewing for anyone hoping to make a movie.
That said, right on about Ridley Scott. Yes, the camera thing earns him top honors as one of the worst ever.
As for mine...James Cameron, as others have pointed out, I think. Stanley Kubrick. George Lucas. ~~Anyone who can make award winning actors lousy is a worthless director. (And no one in his right mind can honestly say that the Star Wars prequels were worth the ozone burned). And, (for this I will be stoned worse than you will for the Alfred Hithcock listing), Steven Spielberg.
Honestly, I think I'll miss her when she (hopefully) disappears into the mist of political oblivion. Her gaffe's are a greater source of amusement than Biden's. In seriousness, though, the fact that she is nearly neck-and-neck with the conservative AFTER stories like the child-r*pe have come out chills me. Our society is turning into a scary place that I'm not sure can handle freedom much longer. A society that will vote in, or desire to vote in, someone who looks the other way after a crime that heinous does not deserve freedom.
One has to wonder what is wrong with the Republican party that have yet to completely take advantage of this situation.
What is it with Massachusetts politicians supporting criminal behavior?
lol. yeah, i'm one of your 736 twitter stalkers, er, followers. :-D
finally, someone i can feel great voting for. what? i have to move to florida? can't he just move to california?
I wish the Republican Party would listen to this sort of reasoning. :-/
how come i can only give this one thumbs up? :-)
"our country cannot afford (literally) anything *but* a repeat of 1994"
exactly my thoughts. hopefully this will be a reality.
Thanks. I was just going to look this up.