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Roger Malcolm’s Top 10 Directors and the preferred films of each.

By: Roger Malcolm / Feb. 20, 2013


Originally I posted this article with no words besides the directors names and the film titles.  There really isn’t much more needed than that, so I believe.  I just intend this to be an easy way to spread some attention on film directors.  Anyone with any appreciation knows film directors don’t always get the time of day that they deserve comparably with actors.  So I attempted to list my 10 picks, a truly impossible task inside those limits.  So I did the best I could with the first 10 and have another 10 on the way with more sure to follow.


Saturday, January 26 2013 I attended the Naptown Roller Girls bout vs The Cinncinatti Rollergirls at the Indiana Convention Center in Downtown Indy.  Accompanying my girlfriend Erin actually since she is my own derby girl and proud member of the Terrorz of Tiny Towns Diesel Dollz out of Columbus, IN.  It was our first time watching Naptown and we got to not only watch one but two bouts.  Naptown’s junior-varsity Warning Belles taking on Cinncinatti’s junior-varsity team The Silent Lambs followed by Naptown’s veterans the varsity team of The Tornado Sirens as they hosted the Cinncinatti’s varsity team The Black Sheep in what was billed “Brawl of the Wild”


For people that don’t know, my older sister Malinda or Mindy as everyone called her, aka Mango Jo was a character straight out of vaudeville when she was a youngin.  Always performing routines and dressing up including her kid brother of course.  It was this dressing up as a kid which would lead me to paint my fingernails during my rebellious teenage years (now I have E paint my toenails for me during my rebellious twenties).



Favorite and Best Movies of the Decade (2000-09)

1. 25th Hour (2002)

After considerable thought, I have come to the conclusion that this is my favorite film of this decade deserving of the number one spot. Spike Lee directs Edward Norton in a very powerful performance alongside Philip Seymour Hoffman,  Barry Pepper, Rosario Dawson, Anna Paquin, Brian Cox and Tony Siragusa.