Who is better actor and director of these two?

Will Smith or Brad Pitt

Steven Spielberg or Francis Ford Coppola

Tom Hanks or Denzel Washington

Al Pacino or Jack Nicholson

Robert De Niro or Anthony Hopkins

Angelina Jolie or Catherine Zeta Jones

Di Caprio or Edward Norton

Cary Grant or Clint Eastwood

Christopher Nolan or Peter Jackson

Alfred Hitchcock or Martin Sorsese

Russel Crowe or Daniel Day Lewis

Harrison Ford or Sean Connery

Quentin Tarantino or Ridely Scott

Matt Damon or Christian Bale

Robin Williams or Kevin Spacey

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  • LilyRT
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Best answer

    Pitt--Smith is very likable but he doesn't seem to have much range. not that Pitt has much more

    Spielberg--hard because Coppola has put out a few great movies, but the sheer number of good to great movies Spielberg has done rules it. plus he invented the summer blockbuster and the modern action movie

    Hanks--acting abilities are similar but Hanks has put out more good movies

    Nicholson--Pacino is entertaining, no question, but nicholson is still a better actor.

    DeNiro--again, I think their acting abilities are similar but Deniro has put out more great performances and more good movies

    Jolie--she's capable of great depth (Girl, Interrupted), Jones doesn't seem to be much more than pretty actress with good charisma

    Norton--after a while, I just can't get past the unfortunate fact that DiCaprio is a world class actor stuck in the body of a back-street boy.

    Eastwood--love Cary Grant but he played the same character over and over, and it wasn't all that an interesting a character to begin with. i know some people argue Eastwood does the same thing, but I disagree. plus, his characters have a lot more depth

    Peter Jackson--I'm crazy about Christopher Nolan, but as great as The Prestige, Memento, and Batman are, they don't measure up to the accomplishment of bringing LOTR to the screen in the way Jackson did

    Hitchcock--Scorses makes good, sometimes great movies, but I usually rate his movies lower than other people. Hitchcock created the psychological thriller

    Daniel Day Lewis--big fans of both, but gotta give the edge to Lewis. he just seems to disappear a little further into the role

    Ford--Connery is definitely likable, and everybody loves him as Bond, but he's played in a bunch of junk. Ford at least tries to play somebody other than the same guy every once in a while

    Tarantino--Scott makes great films, but Tarantino is more inventive

    Damon--

    Williams--Spacey plays the same wise-@$$ over and over. it grates after a while. Williams usually plays a manic, but every once in a while he steps outside his comfort zone. and when he doesn't, he's almost always entertaining.

  • Brad Pitt

    Francis Ford Coppola

    Tom Hanks

    Al Pacino

    Robert De Niro

    Catherine Zeta Jones

    Edward Norton

    Cary Grant

    Peter Jackson

    Alfred Hitchcock

    Russel Crowe

    Harrison Ford

    Quentin Tarantino

    Matt Damon

    Robin Williams

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Will Smith

    Steven Spielberg

    Denzel Washington

    Al Pacino

    Robert De Niro

    Catherine Zeta Jones

    both

    Clint Eastwood

    Christoper Nolan

    Marton Sorsese

    Russel Crowe

    Harrison Ford

    Quentin Tarantino

    Both

    Robin Williams

  • 1 decade ago

    Brad Pitt

    Francis Ford Coppola

    Tom Hanks

    Wow...This one has to be a tie (Al Pacino or Jack Nicholson)

    Wow again....I have to say Anthony Hopkins

    Both have been in such lame movies...Catherine Zeta Jones

    Edward Norton

    Clint Eastwood

    Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight was AMAZING!)

    Alfred Hitchcock

    Russell Crowe

    oh.. another tough one...Can I call this one a tie too? (Ford or Connery)

    Quentin Tarantino

    I love Bale but I have to go with Matt Damon (too many good movies)

    Williams is funny, but Spacey is an excellent actor (so I go with Spacey)

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Brad Pitt

    Steven Spielberg

    Tom Hanks (more versatile)

    Al Pacino or Jack Nicholson (tough one to call, Jack, Al is a sell out now)

    Robert De Niro or Anthony Hopkins (again a tough one as Rob does crap films now - Anthony?)

    Angelina Jolie

    Edward Norton

    Clint Eastwood

    Peter Jackson

    Martin Sorsese

    Daniel Day Lewis (come on! no competition)

    Harrison Ford (Sean can't lose that accent)

    Ridely Scott

    Matt Damon (Chris is getting too big for his boots, used to be good)

    Robin Williams (Kevin is the same in everything)

    Great Question!

  • 1 decade ago

    Will Smith

    Steven Spielberg

    Tom Hanks

    Jack Nicholson

    Anthony Hopkins

    Angelina Jolie

    Edward Norton

    Clint Eastwood

    Christopher Nolan

    Martin Sorsese

    Daniel Day Lewis

    Harrison Ford

    Ridley Scott - Only because of the Alien series and Legend

    Christian Bale

    Robin Williams

  • 1 decade ago

    Brad Pitt

    Steven Spielberg

    Er...tough one...Denzel...I think.

    Al Pacino over all, but I do like Jack.

    Hmmm...Angelina...overall, I like her films. But I like Catherine too.

    Ew. Ed Norton, all the way.

    Not familiar enough with Cary or Clint to make a decision.

    Christopher Nolan is brilliant but I also admire Peter. A draw.

    Alfred Hitchcock

    Russell Crowe

    Sean Connery

    Over all, Ridley Scott but I LOVE Pulp Fiction so I have a soft spot of Q

    Christian Bale

    Kevin Spacey

  • 4 years ago

    Director and Fashion Designer

  • 1 decade ago

    Quentin Tarantino or Ridely Scott

  • Saaski
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Will Smith

    Speilberg

    Hanks

    Pacino

    Zeta Jones

    Norton

    Eastwood

    Jackson

    Hitchcock

    Day Lewis

    Scott

    Bale

    Spacey

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