Kev smash! The damn polls still aren't working, and I have a great one to put up there. Well, maybe I'll put the description up now, and we can vote later. So, here's my idea:
Since Ingmar Bergman passed away, I believe it is time to make a list and choose the greatest living director. Now, after many sleepness nights I came up with five individuals that we can vote on. Here is number one:
1. Roland Emmerich
Mr. Emmerich takes his place as maybe the greatest German born director who ever lived (Murnau was a chump, most of his movies didn't even have sound! What a loser!). Roland not only directed, but wrote some of the greatest movies of the past decade. His masterpieces include Universal Soldier (Van Damme kicks people and shit! Awesome!), Independence Day (The ending makes perfect sense! Of course a computer virus written on a Mac could bring the end to an advanced alien race! It's so simple that it has to be possible!), Godzilla (the remake kicks the original's ass! I wasn't extremely disappointed at all!), The Patriot (Yeah! It's like Braveheart, only in America! America rules, Scotland drools!), and The Day After Tomorrow (Holy shit! Global warming! That's right, bitch! Mother nature is the villain! Whatcha gonna do now?).
Clearly from his body of work, you can tell why Roland Emmerich is on this list. I will add the 3 other directors in the coming week, and hopefully by the time I'm done the polls will be working again. Good night all!