Just some names here which don't mean a thing. There are many, many, many more.
Who is your favorite? You may also tell us how it is so.
I have only heard of two of them, Woody Allen and Steven Spielberg... I would have to go with Woody Allen, what a legend.
Don't know Paul Haggis
Of the rest I would choose Woody Allen becuase in his heyday he made great movies without huge budgets or special effects.
It's purely great scripts and dialogue, interesting and involving stories and he elicits tremendous acting from the performers.
Okay, I don't have a list per se, but Rush Limbaugh would be in my Top Ten. The way he skewers the libs is so entertaining.
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yea, he is formidable, if a little kinky
Let's not forget the Marshall duo - Penny and Garry - but of course Woody Allen (when he's ON) is one of my all-time favorites!
Clint Eastwood has made some pretty good movies. I think " Million Dollar Baby " was very well done. And they are very thought provoking as well. I like Tarantino too !
Honestly Steven Spielgberg is great but I will always be a fa of Jim Henson movies! Labyrinth,Dark Crystal, Gremlins, and Muppets!!!
Jim Henson is amazing! Great choice. John Hughes is my personal favorite. Even if you aren't into teen movies, how can you hate on Home Alone or Vacation? Fantastico!
I don't know if he's directed anything but I love him as an actor, Morgan Freeman.
Ron Howard is high on my list I really liked Apollo 13 and Cinderella Man and he played Opie so you have to like him.
Christopher Nolan though is starting to impress me with The Dark Knight and Inception.
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