by Andrew Osborne & Phil Nugent
Spielberg. Love him or hate him, you’ve got to respect his skill. But really, why would you hate him? Sure, he’s made some goopy clunkers. And, yes, he and his BFF George Lucas have come to personify the blockbuster era that crushed the Golden Age of auteur-driven ’70s cinema. But the sixty-five-year-old boy wonder is also responsible for some of the most undeniable classics and indelible images in the history of filmmaking — and so, with both Tintin and War Horse currently in theaters, it seems like the perfect time for America’s de facto director-in-chief to get Ranked.