I've seen most Spielberg movies, but not all. I'm not really a completist--I don't really feel like watching Always or Amistad or his early 70s TV films.
I wondered if Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep starring in a movie about a newspaper would have been a huge f***ing hit in, like, say, 1993. As opposed to 2017.
Isn't John Ford the guy who said a movie needs "three good scenes, no bad scenes" in order to be good? Or did he say that the three things a movie needs is "the script, the script, the script"? Should Spielberg have had Lynch say that?
At any rate, it's interesting we got a depiction of Ford in the movies, played by another auteur director. We've had countless Orson Welleses, but who all has played Ford?
Lynch looks a teeny tiny bit like Ford, but I'm guessing the voice is distinctly Lynch's.