The H-Bomb: Like many in my generation, I have grown up with the movies of Steven Spielberg. Be it Indiana Jones or “Jurassic Park”, “E.T.” or “Jaws”, the man has an ability to create pure magic on film in a way that really no one else can. Or at least he did. To be perfectly honest, I don’t think this past decade has been Spielberg at his best. “A.I.: Artificial Intelligence” had interesting aspects, but didn’t really work as a whole. Ditto for “Minority Report”. “Catch Me If You Can” went in one ear and out the other. “The Terminal” I would argue is a genuinely bad movie, as is his remake of “War of the Worlds”. And don’t even get me started on “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Expletive Deleted”. For me, the only good film he’s made in the last ten years was “Munich”, which I do feel is a terrific movie that didn’t get anywhere near the recognition it deserved. But that one aside, I can easily live without anything else he’s done. Not to mention the man seems to have forgotten how to end a movie, filling them full of false endings and making them run at least a half hour longer than they should.
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