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    The Deer Hunter directed by Stanley Kubrick or Martin Scorsese.

    The Silence of the Lambs directed by David Lynch or David Cronenberg.

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    There Will Be Blood directed by Stanley Kubrick
    Get Out directed by Spike Lee
    The Irishman directed by Francis Ford Coppola
    Pacific Rim directed by Michael Bay
    The Dark Knight Trilogy directed by Michael Mann
    Spotlight also directed by Michael Mann (would’ve been better, with a solid director nom)
    The Lord of The Rings directed by Guillermo Del Toro
    How The Grinch Stole Christmas directed by Tim Burton
    The Addams Family directed by Wes Anderson
    Uncut Gems directed by Martin Scorsese
    Hannibal directed by David Fincher
    Bohemian Rhapsody directed by Oliver Stone
    The Neon Demon directed by Brian De Palma
    Inception directed by Lily & Lana Wachowski

    Star Wars : The Force Awakens directed by Alfonso Cuaron (did a great job with the third Harry Potter, would’ve been great). Or George Lucas himself.

    Men in Black directed by Quentin Tarantino (think about the awesome dialogues between Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, even John Travolta and Samuel L Jackson would’ve been great, even Jamie Foxx and Christopher Waltz).

    Suicide Squad by Quentin Tarantino as well.

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    Precious directed by Denzel Washington

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    Zero Dark Thirty directed by Oliver Stone

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    The Pianist directed by Wolfgang Petersen and produced by Bernd Eichinger.

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    Shakespeare in Love directed by Edward Zwick

    Traffic directed by Michael Mann and written by Tony Gilroy

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    Quantum of Solace directed by Paul Haggis.

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    Green Book directed by Tate Taylor.

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    Joker by Darren Aronofsky.

    The Greatest Showman by Damien Chazelle

    Black Panther by Spike Lee

    Star Wars 7-9 by Christopher Nolan

    Passengers by Ridley Scott

     

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    I’m going to do the Oscar nominated films of 2017

    Call Me By Your Name – directed by James Ivory.
    Darkest Hour – directed by Stephen Frears.
    Dunkirk – directed by Sam Mendes.
    The Florida Project – directed by Bo Burnham.
    Get Out – directed by Ava DuVernay
    I, Tonya – directed by Taika Waititi
    Lady Bird – directed by Sofia Coppola.
    Phantom Thread – directed by Sofia Coppola.
    The Post – directed by David Fincher
    Three Billboard Outside Ebbing, Missouri – directed by Edgar Wright.
    The Shape of Water – directed by Alfonso Cuaron. Starring Yalitza Aparicio, Octavia Spencer and George Clooney.

    FYC BAFTA TV : Killing Eve, Russell Tovey, Years and Years, His Dark Materials, Ruth Wilson
    FYC Emmys : Jodie Comer, Ruth Wilson, Helena Bonham Carter, The Crown

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    Peyton Place directed by Douglas Sirk

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    1917 directed by Christopher Nolan.

    The Aeronauts directed by Tom Hooper.

    Deadpool directed by Taika Waititi.

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