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Poll: Which Director/s?
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Here are some of the best filmmakers out there:
Tim Burton (middle), Stephen Spielberg (middle-left), Christopher Nolan (far left), and the duo Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (right).

Some outstanding movies by Tim Burton:

- Edward Scissorhands
- The Nightmare Before Christmas*
- Big Fish
- Batman (1989)
- Frankenweenie (2012)
- Corpse Bride
- Frankenweenie (1984 short)
- Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
- PALE: The Burton-Depp Collaboration**

Some outstanding movies by Stephen Spielberg:

- Indiana Jones (1-3)***
- Jaws
- Jurassic Park
- Catch Me If You Can
- E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
- The Adventures of Tintin
- The BFG
- Ready Player One
- War Horse

Some outstanding movies by Christopher Nolan:****

- The Dark Knight Trilogy
- Interstellar

Some outstanding movies by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller:

- Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
- The Mitchells vs. the Machines (NETLFIX)
- The LEGO Movie
- Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (1-2)

Out of the 4 (or so) directors, which one is your favorite?


Tim Burton: 3 votes
Stephen Spielberg: 2 votes
Christopher Nolan: 3 votes
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller: 6 votes

*Technically, it was directed by Henry Selick. But I still consider it a Burton film, 100%.
**I made that up—it’s not a real movie.

***I wouldn’t call Crystal Skull “outstanding”…

****As you can tell, I haven’t seen many of his films… However, he’s a great director, and I’m interested in seeing his other work, like Inception or Dunkirk.
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AmyOak
6 months ago
Phil lord and Chris miller in a heartbeat. some of my favourite CGI movies. and my facvorite mixed media animated film "mitchells vs the machines" as well as "clone high" which you missed off here but was also a great show they both wrote
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
They’re great directors! (I must say, it’s nice to see you voting for one of the options… JK!
)
AmyOak
6 months ago
I'm gonna stay salty about the last one, pixar vs dreamworks was a hard choice with them both being CGI animation companies which is my favorite animation area, since there are plenty of simmilarly good CGI animation companies. and despite Laika being a stop motion company the facial movements (arguably the most recogniasble part) is CGI
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
Nice! When I was younger, I found stop motion boring… but now I’m kind of obsessed with it.

I haven’t seen any Laika films, though, but Kubo and the Two Strings looks interesting.
AmyOak
6 months ago
Kubo is a beautiful film. and I love Laika as a studio. im currently in contact with them trying to get my placement year with them
AmyOak
6 months ago
also Burton mad the love action Dumbo? i agree with you. that movie wasnt his best work
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
OoOo… That sounds fun!

And yeah, I wasn’t a fan of the original Dumbo, but the live-action one was so bland!

I think it’s because it was a reboot. Burton works best creating his own ideas/visions, because they’re projects he’s excited about. When a studio says, “do the ‘Burton version’ of this older movie”… He usually just fails.
AmyOak
6 months ago
the problem isnt just that its a re-boot. its a reboot of a very dated film. the origial had a lot of things that wouldnt translate well to the modern day
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
True. The whole “Jim Crow” thing, for example.
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
True. The whole “Jim Crow” thing, for example.
DuckDuckGuz
6 months ago
I choose Christopher Nolan. It takes a lot of skill, dedication, and imagination to make the overly-complicated stories that he thinks up. Also, I like his movies because they're fun to figure out, even if you have to go once or twice to the theater to see 'em.
Cold_Fire
6 months ago
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller
ZekarRVO_613
6 months ago
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, for sure! When you said Spider-Verse I was like, NO-BRAINER!!!
Mr_worriz
6 months ago
Tim Burton, The guy's a legend
I haven’t seen any of his films, but still the guy's a legend
Tails_The_Fox
6 months ago
i got to say Phil lord and Christopher miller
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
Avem - I’ll never understand how his movies can be so intelligent and complex.
(Is he a rocket scientist, or a film director??
)
Worriz - Good call!
AABuilds
6 months ago
I honestly can't decide between Phil Lord + Christopher Miller and Steven Spielberg...
I think I'll go with Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, though.

But seriously, The LEGO Movie, Spider-Man into the Spiderverse, and the Mitchells vs. the Machines were iust awesome!
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
AAB - *single-eye twitch* And Cloudy…
AABuilds
6 months ago
Oops-thought I had put it on there...XD
I honestly like the first movie better, but I still think they're both good.
General_Veers
6 months ago
Steven Spielberg!!!
(although I love Interstellar and Inception by Christopher Nolan...)
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
AAB - When I was 7, those two movies were my life!

Veers - Well, every director has at least one vote now. (But who shall win…?)
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
There’s a show for Muppet babies?? The Muppets entertain ALL AGES!!
Fireblade28
6 months ago
hold up-- where's Dave Filoni?!
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
FB - He only made a few Star Wars movies/shows. (Granted, those movies/shows are better than most of the other Star Wars stuff, but he doesn’t have as much of a reputation as these other guys.
)
MrBrick
6 months ago
Christopher Nolan makes THE BEST movies and you can't change my mind
WizardBuilds1
6 months ago
I won’t try to change your mind. He’s a great director!
(That’s not the purpose of the poll…
)
KnightofElabor
6 months ago
dannng this is hard. . . i think i'mma have to vote for Nolan
LeastFitAstronaut
5 months ago
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller! TLM and CWaCoM are the best.
Dragon_Rider06
4 months ago
I'd vote for Steven Spielberg. I love E.T. and the Adventures of Tintin. Also Raiders of the Lost Ark and The Last Crusade are amazing.
(Also John Williams is usually his composer, and I love his music
)
WizardBuilds1
4 months ago
Dragon - What about Temple of Doom? It was disturbing sometimes, but still a fun adventure.
And fun fact: The PG-13 rating didn’t EXIST until 1984, when Temple of Doom and Gremlins came out. The MPAA decided there should be a middle ground between kids movies and adult movies.
WizardBuilds1
4 months ago
(That’s why some movies rated PG in the early eighties were so edgy…
)
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