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Kubrick vs. Scorsese

Matt at Filmmattic writes: The best way to pay respect to the film medium is the creation of a fascinating visual montage. Leandro Copperfield, an impassioned film lover, agreed with this premise. He decided to pay homage to film's glorious past, specifically, the unquestioned brilliance of Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorsese—two of his favorite directors—by masterminding the above video. Well, Mr. Copperfield, these are two of the most beloved American film directors of all-time; I especially cherish their work. If not for your diligence and adulation towards these two cinematic juggernauts, this awesome video would not exist. Thankfully, this is not the case.

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JL2138d ago

I love some Scorsese work. Kubrick I wasn't ever a big fan of but definitely enjoy such films as Dr Strangelove, Clockwork Orange, The Shining and Spartacus. Not as extensive resume as Scorsese, but you do have to respect his contribution. Scorsese has made so many films I've enjoyed that I'm not even going to begin trying to list them all here. Definitely one of the greats. I'm curious to see more about Hugo Cabret.

filmmattic2138d ago (Edited 2138d ago )

Scorsese talent is limitless. And no, I am not speaking hyperbole. A few weeks back, I even wrote about my appreciation for Scorsese's craft.