Silly - you like Crank: High Voltage and Adam Sandler, but you don't rate Bladerunner. I think you need to go and join the reception class, along with HH94.
Scott is a class director. Alien and Bladerunner were seminal pieces, and okay, even if they're not the most exciting narrative wise, they are superb pieces of film-making (I've yet to understand the modern-day backlash against Bladerunner). Scott has rarely not delivered, and as many of you have already acknowledged, even his failures (excluding GI Jane which was unforgivable) are better than a lot of directors' successes. I've yet to see Robin Hood, but Scott's vision is always beautiful. He understands framing better than most, and technically, he is extremely adept. Scott has made the odd two star film, but his output over all has been excellent.
"He may look like an idiot and talk like an idiot but don't let that fool you. He really is an idiot."