The ability to previsualize complex action sequences that keep geography while also adding new non-repetitive information while simultaneously avoiding confusion but keeping a kinetic sense of harmonious flow in every shot like the ones in Fury Road is a talent very few directors are capable of. Michael Bay with his chaos cinema bullshit is not one of them. It's certainly a dying breed and I feel like once some of these filmmakers die, it'll be gone forever. Miller, Spielberg, Zemeckis, Jackson, Cameron, Fincher, Villeneuve, Scorsese, and Soderbergh (he's short changing himself) are about the only ones with that innate ability. I'm also comfortable putting Rian Johnson in there. Probably Aronofsky. Probably Tarantino. Some of the latter guys are a little too formal.