Quentin Tarantino - Overrated. As C-towner perfectly summed up my feelings on another thread: "It sometimes seems way too much to me like Tarantino is too much of a fanboy - he just wants to do one long homage to everything, be it blaxploitation in Jackie Brown or Asian cinema. I feel like a truly great director should try to be moving the medium forward, rather than repeatedly (and often self-indulgently) bowing down before the altar of its past." Woody Allen - I liked Annie Hall and found Sleeper and Manhattan entertaining. Sweet and Lowdown, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, Zelig and Radio Days were pretty good too. But how much neurotic, past-romanticizing, pseudo-intellectual, New York psycho-babble is too much? I'm a New Yorker and find Woody's one and-a-half- trick pony act a little tiring. George Lucas, you directed one good movie - American Graffiti. Star Wars is overrated bollocks.