1. Greatest Movie You've Ever Seen
Easily "Casablanca." I know it's a cliche to say this, but that doesn't make it any less true.
2. Worst Movie You've Ever Seen
"Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen." Words cannot describe the loathing I feel towards this abomination of a movie.
3. Favorite Movie Trilogy
"The Lord of the Rings." Particularly, the Extended Edition. I recently re-watched it all on Blu-ray, and it's still thrilling. Maybe a retrospective review is in order.
4. Most Overrated Movie You've Ever Seen
The "Star Wars Trilogy." To this day I don't understand the pandemonium. I just don't. The first one is okay. Flawed, fun, but nothing special at all. "The Empire Strikes Back" is easily the best one, and I like it, it's good. But it's hardly great cinema. "Return of the Jedi" was terrible, and the prequels are among the worst movies ever made.
5. Favorite filmmakers of all time
Oh, this one is tough. I'd love to say Francis Ford Coppola for the first two "Godfather" movies and "Apocalypse Now" but the rest of his filmmography doesn't do it for me.
Martin Scorsese is an easy favorite, I think.
I also like David Fincher and Christopher Nolan a lot.
Akira Kurosawa is a no-brainer.
Quentin Tarantino may not be for everyone, but his films are definitely for me.
Roman Polanski is a gifted artist, but a terrible person.
I love Steven Spielberg when he makes movies for grown ups, but hate crap like "E.T." and "Jurassic Park."
I've attended Federico Fellini film festivals and always enjoyed them.
Alfred Hitchcock is truly the master.
Krzysztof Kieslowski, especially for "The Decalogue." But that's really more of a "film cycle" than a film itself.