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A godly documentary filmmaker noted for always being in the right place at the right time to film aliens and D-Day landings on Omaha Beach. Notable documentaries by Spielberg include ET, Close Encounters, and Jaws.
Some claim that ET is a work of fiction. Those same "somes" would probably say that Back to the Future is a work of fiction. And that just shows how mistaken some people can be.
Dr. Colbert Introduces the World to Mr. SpielbergEdit
We learned in The Word that Dr. Colbert thinks Back to the Future is a documentary. And that, of course, means that it is a documentary. That documentary was directed by a fellow named Robert Zemeckis, but was produced by Spielberg's documentary company.
Spielberg is also a business buddy of George Lucas who has made special appearances on the Colbert Report. Lucas' company filmed the really complicated parts of Future and of Spielberg's own documentaries.
So then, Spielberg deserves at least a bit of respect even though he hasn't appeared on the Colbert Report.
Mr. Spielberg's film worksEdit
But, it is still a question whether a movie like Spielberg's ET is -- like Back to the Future -- a documentary. What does your gut tell you? Ours tells us that the original version of the film is, indeed, a documentary. (Unfortunately, Spielberg faked up the original with a remake. He was trying to hide some important secrets that were inadvertently revealed in the original. He also caved to the anti-gun lobby who didn't like seeing cops pointing assault rifles at little kids. Wimps.)
Spielberg's movie Jurassic Park is a more problematic film. It started out as a documentary filmed at a dinosaur park in eastern Washington, but Spielberg faked it up after protests about the documentary poured in from evolutionists.
Those folks like to pretend that dinosaurs are these old extinct creatures that roamed the earth even before God created it. Spielberg's originally planned documentary would have blown that fake story of "evolution" wide open because it showed that the creatures are still around.
But the evolutionists have powerful friends among their fellow Godless Sodomites in the Hollywood elite and blocked release of the movie until Spielberg agreed to add in fake parts that would make the film tow the line on silly evolution "theories".
Spielberg has been less successful when he's gone "off the reservation" with entirely fictional filmed stories, but that's OK because those films are usually in black and white which means that nobody watches them.