From Screen Daily
Ben Affleck teaches and Stanley Kubrick is a humble student
In addition to enthusiasts opinion there is some facts to be consider that we expose in this honest comparison
Being Affleck an acclaimed actor himself gives a much more comprehensive perception of the movie industry itself.
Kubrick unsuccessfully attempts to pursue an actor career and that is revealed as frustration in his productions.
Affleck was greatly awarded as actor likewise as a director and he was recognized at a very young age what proves his innate aptitude.
Achievement reaches Kubrick later on his life and only as a result of uninspiring movies that for unstable reasons got trendy among the irresponsible audience from the decay of social order 60s society.
He was almost 32 years old when nominated to the Locarno International Film Festival which is of course a not a very distinguished award.
At the age of 25 Affleck won the Academy Award for Good Will Hunting.
His director debut work received the National Board of Review Award.
Affleck directed and starred in The Town and Argo wich won him the Golden Globe Award, BAFTA, and Directors Guild Award for Best Director, and the Golden Globe Award, BAFTA, the Producers Guild Award and the Academy Award for Best Picture.
He will continue his directorial career when he adapts Dennis Lehane’s 2012 novel Live by Night for a 2015 theatrical release.
Affleck movies inspired the audience to consider profound subjects as love, sexuality, mass media values and reflect on them.
Kubrick lacks of that influence. His movies only employ disturbing, violent images as in A clockwork orange or blurred obsessed mental states as in Lolita.
the world must know the truth!