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by martryn
Thu Jun 23, 2016 5:30 am
Forum: Filmmakers
Topic: Top 5 Director Averages
Replies: 133
Views: 120703

Re: Top 5 Director Averages

martryn wrote:10. Martin Scorsese (6 films) 84.17
High Film - The Departed (91)
Low Film - Cape Fear (76)

9. Darren Aronofsky (4 films) 84.25
High Film - Black Swan (93)
Low Film - The Fountain (79)

8. Stanley Kubrick (6 films) 84.67
High Film - Paths of Glory (92)
Low Film - Eyes Wide Shut (73)

7. Milos Forman (4 films) 84.75
High Film - Amadeus (94)
Low Film - The People vs. Larry Flynt (72)

6. Quentin Tarantino (9 films) 85.11
High Film - Pulp Fiction (93)
Low Film - Four Rooms (67)

5. Coen Brothers (10 films) 85.2
High Film - Fargo (93)
Low Films -The Hudsucker Proxy and Burn After Reading (79's)

4. Miyazaki (7 films) 86.86
High Film - Princess Mononoke (94)
Low Films - Ponyo and Kiki's Delivery Service (81's)

3. Wes Anderson (5 films) 87
High Film - The Grand Budapest Hotel (93)
Low Film - Fantastic Mr. Fox (83)

2. Christopher Nolan (7 films) 88
High Film - Inception (94)
Low Film - Insomnia (76)

1. Sergio Leone (4 films) 88.25
High Film - A Fistful of Dollars (93)
Low Film - My Name is Nobody (79)


10. Milos Forman (4 films) 84.75
High film - Amadeus (94)
Low film - The People vs. Larry Flynt (72)

9. Martin Scorsese (6 films) 84.83
High films - Taxi Driver, The Departed (92)
Low film - Cape Fear (75)

8. Tarantino (9 films) 85.11
High film - Pulp Fiction (93)
Low film - Four Rooms (67)

7. Brad Bird (4 films) 85.25
High film - The Incredibles (88)
Low film - Jack-Jack Attack (82)

6. Joss Whedon (4 films) 85.5
High films - Avengers: Age of Ultron and Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog (89)
Low film - The Avengers (82)

5. Kubrick (6 films) 85.83
High films - Paths of Glory and A Clockwork Orange (92)
Low film - Eyes Wide Shut (75)

4. Miyazaki (8 films) 86.5
High film - Princess Mononoke (94)
Low films - Ponyo and Kiki's Delivery Service (81)

3. Wes Anderson (5 films) 86.8
High film - The Grand Budapest Hotel (92)
Low film - Fantastic Mr. Fox (83)

2. Sergio Leone (4 films) 88
High film - A Fistful of Dollars (94)
Low film - My Name is Nobody (77)

1. Christopher Nolan (8 films) 88.13
High film - Inception (95)
Low film - Insomnia (76)

Surprising that Aronofsky and the Coen Brothers both fall off my top 10. Brad Bird and Joss Whedon shouldn't be on this list if you factor in their entries. Course, Danny Boyle is "at-bat". Waiting at 3 films are a couple of big names that could see entry onto the list if I just watch the right movies.
by luanmarcel
Tue May 24, 2016 2:44 am
Forum: Filmmakers
Topic: Top 5 Director Averages
Replies: 133
Views: 120703

Re: Top 5 Director Averages

1 - Joss Whedon 87.40 (5)

2 - James Cameron 86.67 (3)

3 - Quentin Tarantino 85.63 (8)

4 - David Fincher 85.00 (7)
4 - Paul Thomas Anderson 85.00 (3)

5 - Darren Aronofsky 84.00 (3)
5 - Denis Villeneuve 84.00 (3)
by martryn
Wed May 13, 2015 7:31 am
Forum: Filmmakers
Topic: Top 5 Director Averages
Replies: 133
Views: 120703

Re: Top 5 Director Averages

10. Danny Boyle (4 films) 83.75
High Film - Trainspotting (88)
Low Film - 28 Days Later (81)

9. Darren Aronofsky (4 films) 84.25
High Film - Black Swan (93)
Low Film - The Fountain (79)

8. Stanley Kubrick (6 films) 84.5
High Film - Paths of Glory (92)
Low Film - Eyes Wide Shut (73)

7. Milos Forman (4 films) 84.75
High Film - Amadeus (94)
Low Film - The People vs. Larry Flynt (72)

TIED 5. Quentin Tarantino (9 films) 84.78
High Film - Pulp Fiction (93)
Low Film - Four Rooms (68)

TIED 5. Coen Brothers (9 films) 84.78
High Film - Fargo (93)
Low Films - The Hudsucker Proxy and Burn After Reading (79's)

4. Miyazaki (7 films) 86.57
High Film - Princess Mononoke (94)
Low Film - Ponyo (79)

3. Wes Anderson (5 films) 87
High Film - The Grand Budapest Hotel (93)
Low Film - Fantastic Mr. Fox (82)

2. Christopher Nolan (7 films) 87.71
High Film - Inception (93)
Low Film - Insomnia (76)

1. Sergio Leone (4 films) 88
High Films - A Fistful of Dollars and The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (92's)
Low Film - My Name is Nobody (79)


10. Martin Scorsese (6 films) 84.17
High Film - The Departed (91)
Low Film - Cape Fear (76)

9. Darren Aronofsky (4 films) 84.25
High Film - Black Swan (93)
Low Film - The Fountain (79)

8. Stanley Kubrick (6 films) 84.67
High Film - Paths of Glory (92)
Low Film - Eyes Wide Shut (73)

7. Milos Forman (4 films) 84.75
High Film - Amadeus (94)
Low Film - The People vs. Larry Flynt (72)

6. Quentin Tarantino (9 films) 85.11
High Film - Pulp Fiction (93)
Low Film - Four Rooms (67)

5. Coen Brothers (10 films) 85.2
High Film - Fargo (93)
Low Films -The Hudsucker Proxy and Burn After Reading (79's)

4. Miyazaki (7 films) 86.86
High Film - Princess Mononoke (94)
Low Films - Ponyo and Kiki's Delivery Service (81's)

3. Wes Anderson (5 films) 87
High Film - The Grand Budapest Hotel (93)
Low Film - Fantastic Mr. Fox (83)

2. Christopher Nolan (7 films) 88
High Film - Inception (94)
Low Film - Insomnia (76)

1. Sergio Leone (4 films) 88.25
High Film - A Fistful of Dollars (93)
Low Film - My Name is Nobody (79)

Danny Boyle is still sitting at an average of 83.75, but I increased my ranking for The Departed, which pulls Scorsese onto the list and kicks him off. Ranked Inside Llewyn Davis which pulled the Coen Brothers up, and increased my scores for both a Leone film and a Nolan film. I can't imagine Nolan is going to gain anymore on Leone. Interstellar will probably drop his ranking as soon as I see it. Wes Anderson has a chance at passing Leone in the future, though.

Of those directors who I've only seen 3 movies from, 3 of them have the potential to enter the list strongly when I watch that fourth film: Brad Bird of Pixar, Rob Reiner, and Joss Whedon when I rank the second Avengers film.

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