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I choose films for their artistic value. I don't need a mansion or a Jaguar. When I leave this Earth, I won't take any money with me. All I will leave behind will be my art.
I love action films. I'd love to do an action drama. I'm always looking to give my character something action-oriented to do.
The great mystery is why robots come off so well in science-fiction films when the human characters are often so astoundingly wooden.
People in Scotland appreciate homegrown talent, but it's getting harder and harder to get films made in Britain.
I like watching films when I don't know anything about the people.
All the roles I play, I don't see any of my roles in films that they're typically leading men.
I don't think that you can be prescriptive about anything, I mean, life is too complicated. Maybe there are novels where the author has not in the least thought about it in terms of film, which can be turned into good films.
I would love to do a talk show. Naturally, I would love to do more films. I'd love to be able to see casting directors more willing to put in a character who happens to be deaf. I'm not talking about doing deaf storylines, but putting in deaf characters. I'd love to be able to do Broadway.
I also don't like films that are made just to make money, no this kind of film I don't like.
I'm very interested in portraying homosexual man and woman in my films because I'm interested in their lives and their problems.
It's incredible that they censor films. It's sad.
There's nothing gratuitous about my films.
I think every director has a different take, some are good, some are bad. The directors you get on best with sometimes don't make the best films, so who's to say who is right.
I have always done my own stunts, and I have been in hundreds of fights in films, but I have never been in a fist fight outside the movies.
Today, everything has to be made by committee, and has to have special effects, but there's always room for good films.
Sometimes it occurs to me that the job of a serious cultural critic mostly consists in telling the generality of people that their opinions - on films, on books, on all manner of widgets, gadgets and even the latest electronic fidgets - simply aren't up to scratch.
For me, I don't even like to promote my films but I have to because it's in the fine print of my contract.
I don't think I'm a total pessimist, so I think you can find hope in all my films.
I've always described parts as tattoos. For actors our tattoos are in the form of films.
When I make a film I'm away from home for two to three months. So I want my kids to look at my films one day and say, I love his movies, I love his choices-because he loved them.
I have nothing against 3D films but I do not need to see them.
I work very fast and steadily, and I don't hardly ever notice that I'm working. It feels like just breathing or walking when I do films.
I've been trying to do films for years. So I've decided to wait until the next good part comes along and develop a record on my own in the meantime.
How about that? You can hear NFL Films music on everything from 'SpongeBob SquarePants' to 'Deep Throat.'
Films about women and their concerns are seen as frivolous, limited and, most damaging of all, niche.
C. S. Lewis
Leonardo da Vinci
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