Chances are, you either love German director Uwe Boll or you hate him. Actually, no, revise that: chances are you hate him. Everyone else does. Two of his films currently reside among the Bottom 100 at Imdb.com. The highest rating he's ever gotten, in fact, isn't even average - it's a four on a ten point scale.
But hating on Uwe Boll is tired and lame, and, besides, it's not our style here at MTV News. So when Leelee Sobieski and Kristanna Loken, the two female stars of his latest film "In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale," showed up at our studios recently, we wanted instead to give them a chance to exalt the man, to sing his praises, to put him back in his rightful place among all-time directors.
And who better to ask that final question of than Leelee, an actress who got her big break working for arguably film's greatest visionary, Stanley Kubrick? (In "Eyes Wide Shut.")
So how exactly does Boll measure up to Kubrick? What traits do they have in common? What do they both do well similarly?
The floor is yours Ms. Sobieski. Watch below as she attempts to answer that question. (And keep watching - she really does take a 12 second pause).