“His gifts as a director are enormous. I just can’t take him very seriously as a thinker — and that’s where we seem to differ, because he does. His message is what he cares about these days, and, like most movie messages, it could be written on the head of a pin.”
Mark Canton on James Cameron:Quote:
"while many films drew inspiration from his “Avatar” and used 3D in a way that befitted the story, “Piranha 3D” was merely scraping on the bottom of the creativity barrel."
"not only is Cameron too stuck up to see past his own merits (if any), but that he’s also greatly exaggerating how groundbreaking “Avatar” was."
“Mr. Cameron, who singles himself out to be a visionary of movie-making, seems to have a small vision regarding any motion pictures that are not his own,”
“His comments are ridiculous, self-serving and insulting to those of us who are not caught up in serving his ego and his rhetoric,”
Cameron isn’t evil, he’s not an ******* like Spielberg. He wants to be the new De Mille. Unfortunately, he can’t direct his way out of a paper bag. “
Originally Posted by tokerblue /forum/post/20811797
19. Kevin Smith on Tim Burton (in response to I would never read a comic book):
Which, to me, explains *&^%$#@ Batman.
Originally Posted by Josh Z /forum/post/0
Kevin Smith's comeback to Tim Burton is pretty funny... until you realize that this is coming from the guy who wrote an officially authorized, in-continuity comic book story about Batman peeing his pants.
Kevin Smith is an a*hole.
Originally Posted by Run4two /forum/post/20811025
Agree, Uwe Boll on Michael Bay was short and sour!