His real claim to fame was having other people make sometimes dozens of films for him and he would run around from one film set to another to do specific scenes in the movies like the technical scenes. Movies are often produced in an assembly line fashion with the cameras and actors sometimes doing their part in as little as two weeks working 16 hour days or more. TV shows are supposedly even more of a grind, but the point is just because a movie has Spielberg's name on it doesn't mean he necessarily did much of the directing.
I think that many film makers who do not plumb the dark,cynical side of life tend to be grossly underestimated..but the proof is in the viewing,why not rent a few,or even take them out from the library?
Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind?
He is a popular moviemaker not an art movie maker.
his bank account says that he does. what have you done lately?
haha, I'm not the one criticizing.
haha.. easy. didn't mean to touch a nerve.
Maybe 4 or 5.