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Update: In My Vue: Top Ten Director List – the other five

Written by Juliana Simone

Best Film Director List:

Billy Wilder

Film director William Wilder
Film director William Wilder

John Huston

Film director John Huston
Film director John Huston

David Lean

Film Director David Lean
Film Director David Lean

Adrian Lyne

Film director Adrian Lyne
Film director Adrian Lyne

Tony Scott

Film director Tony Scott
Film director Tony Scott

Ridley Scott

Film director Ridley Scott
Film director Ridley Scott

Clint Eastwood

Film director Clint Eastwood
Film director Clint Eastwood

Steven Spielberg

Film director Steven Spielberg
Film director Steven Spielberg

Woody Allen

Woody Allen film director
Film director Woody Allen

Spike Lee

Film director Spike Lee
Film director Spike Lee

 

{Editor’s note: these choices are in no particular order. They are my top ten in my view. It would be easy to add another five, all worthy of mention. Of course, there are many others beyond that…but, this is a top ten list.}

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Okay. For those who need to know who the other five would be:

Alfred Hitchcock

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Sydney Pollack

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Anthony Minghella

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James Ivory

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Ang Lee

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{Editor: Honorable mentions to both exceptional directors Martin Scorsese and Mike Nichols.  Favorite Scorsese film “Raging Bull”}

"Raging Bull" still from end of film with actor Robert DeNiro - "you didn't knock me down, Ray"
“Raging Bull” still from end of film with actor Robert De Niro – “you didn’t knock me down, Ray”

{” Favorite Nichols film “Wolf.”}

Michelle Pfeiffer and Jack Nicholson in Mike Nichol's "Wolf"; intellectual and witty script albeit traditional over-the-top horror film ending with James Spader - though this arguably is what it should be given the genre.
Michelle Pfeiffer and Jack Nicholson in Mike Nichol’s “Wolf”; intellectual and witty script albeit traditional over-the-top horror film ending with James Spader – though this arguably is what it should be given the genre.

 

 

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