Of course this is prompted by the loss of Robert Altman Monday night. Strangely enough I watched "The Company" last night. After 35 years in the biz, few can argue with his body of work. Big up to a director that made pictures only slightly for profit. Those daze may be gone? The list criteria: More then one film under their belt and an accessible distribution. There are a lot of amazing indie filmmakers, but that is a whole other story. Please list 1 or 2 examples for us to check out. I do not watch many films, but here it goes (totally Hollywood and old school): Stanley Kubrick. "Eyes Wide Shut" "Full Metal Jacket" Spike Lee. "Do The Right Thing" "25th Hour" Paul Thomas Andersen. "Boogie Nights" "Magnolia" Dennis Hopper. " Colors" And look at films by Altman. M.A.S.H was his biggest hit. Films like "The Player" and "Ready to Wear" are incomparable.