Just going through the list now, a bit ridiculous. Did you see how high Sofia Coppola was. On the same page shes better than Lean, Fellini, Boyle, The Archers, Keaton & Ozu
She is too high on that list. Michel Gondry too, who's apparently better than Berman and Altman. Then again Eternal Sunshine and Lost in Translation are apparently among the greatest movies ever so it's not a huge suprise that they get a lot of love here.
I also found it strange that P.T. Anderson was right above Martic Scorsese on the list when Anderson's big splash was from a movie (Boogie Nights) that pretty liberally "borrowed" from Scorsese.
Wong Kar-Wai was a bit high too, the guy's made some good movies but I'd never put him above Billy Wilder and Orson Welles.
The two most obscure filmmakers on the list were Chantal Akerman (who only has two movies deemed worthy of a wikipedia page) and Claire Denis. I consider myself fairly knowedgeable about this stuff and I hadn't heard of either. I'm suprised they got as high as they did.
Also, I do dig Night and Dawn of the Dead, but I don't know that I can really claim George Romero is a masterclass director.