I just like movies that somehow expose the world in a way that's different than you imagine it.
I'm not trying to be some kind of underground renegade.
That's kind of the weird thing that M. Night Shyamalan has sort of unleashed upon the world is this need for every movie to have these ridiculous endings.
I direct a lot of TV commercials and music videos.
The thing about movies these days is that the commerce end of it is so inflated and financiers are just expecting this enormous return on their investment.
Certain remakes are great. Carpenter's The Thing is better than the original.
I think filmmakers want their movies to be seen.
It's hard for a hit to be bad for your career.
I get very driven by certain themes and ideas.
Hitchcock had to fight to the death to make his movies.
Same thing, like my commercials are often times really funny because I tend to find 30 seconds is a really good amount of time to tell a joke.
I really love sort of classical cinema where people were telling stories with very little dialogue, and people were using the camera in a really interesting way.
My favorite favorites are people like Bunuel, Fellini and Charlie Chaplin.
But it is funny, because I saw Unbreakable recently and it's a strange movie, I didn't mind it, and it's got some interesting things going on.
I actually did use to sell shoes.
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