I haven't seen him whining. Both fronts have been quiet since the split. Even Whedon has shown solidarity with Wright.
Maybe you should have been paying attention when Write posted a pic of Buster Keaton [http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/movies/wright-posts-deletes-apparent-dig-marvel-ant-man-exit-report-article-1.1806878] in some vain attempt at comparing his "drama" to Busters plite. When he does something that offensive he gets the "Hipster" label. At least he realized it and deleted the tweet.
Yeah, I missed that, but what do you expect? He's been working on it for 8 years, and now its been taken away from him. So yeah, it's some legit "drama". His reaction is pretty fucking subdued.
And I still don't see a reason for the 'hipster' label. Is it for the obscurity of that reference?
You might want to go back and look at the origins of this argument. Your claim of Write being one of the "best" is still bogus...
I gave you reasons for why I think he's one of the best film makers - for his cinematography. His movies also consistently get high ratings. If you don' find his movies interesting, that's your pejorative, not a problem in my claim.
As if there is an 'objective' measuring stick to judge the best of something as subjective as taste in movies.
... and your red herring of dragging in other directors is only that a red herring.
I was refuting your point that the Russo bros had more variety. Their work is extensive, but not diverse. Learn the difference.
Try comparing write to the actual Best Directors and you'll find Write is woefully lacking at this stage in his life, maybe in another 10 years. The brothers aren't even close to the best and I never claimed they were, but their experience still trumps write ATM.