Cameron Crowe knows you didn't like 'Elizabethtown,' but his feelings aren't hurt -- everyone's entitled to their own opinion. In an interview with Vulture, the director spoke candidly about his 2005 feature film and the harsh response it received from critics and audiences alike. "'Elizabethtown' definitely created some thoughtful times, but nothing paralyzing. To me, only if something comes from an inauthentic place should you feel vulnerable to the things that anybody might say," admitted Crowe. "I stand behind it and didn't feel savaged. It was a little brutal. But I get that people want to express themselves. I express myself, too."