Provides director's commentary on the Criterion DVD for Armageddon
6 Interviews |
7 Articles |
4 Pictorials |
6' 1" (1.85 m)
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His most offensive criticism: Roger Ebert
on Pearl Harbor
(2001). He commented on TV that bombs don't fall like that. Does he actually think we didn't research every nook and cranny of how armor-piercing bombs fell? He's watched too many movies. He thinks they all fall flat - armor-piercing bombs fall straight down, that's the way it was designed! But HE's on the air pontificating and giving the ...
One of 20 prominent filmmakers to sign a letter in protest of Premium Video on Demand, which allows films to be streamed by home viewers at a cost of $30 only 60 days after the film's release in theaters.
Actors/characters in his films are almost uniformly shot in tight, emphatic close ups, framed under the hairline and above the chin.