Provides director's commentary on the Criterion DVD for Armageddon
6 Interviews |
10 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 ...
He considers himself an old school director, preferring analog over digital, both in shooting on film stock and keeping CGI shots to a minimum, staging practical action and stunts whenever possible.
All his films have at least one shot of a man screaming in slow motion. Usually as a battle cry.