Slot machines are like crack for old people.
I have been a director who has starred, participated on both sides of the filmmaking process.
I like to have fun and be funny, but I'm much more of a thinker.
There are two phases to a movie. First you shoot the movie, and then you make the movie. Generally, post-production is longer than filming.
The pressures having grown up in this business can be really rough. And it is a testament to you that you have remained focused and NOT lost your mind.
Creativity is the answer. I always prefer the creative solution to an expensive solution.
I enjoy the character interplay. Sometimes the audience is not laughing, but smiling, and that is almost just as good because it keeps them ready to laugh.
I'm just calm under fire. I'm not intimidating at all.
I think a lot comes from having the experience of doing stand-up comedy. It allows you to figure out the psychology of an audience; what things are funny and not.
I put heavy emphasis on the characters.
My brothers can be a little out of control sometimes and so somebody has to be able to keep them focused.
You just can't make any movie and it will be good now. This is a really a difficult time to be in films.
All I need is a camera and I'll make things happen.
I always prefer the big laugh. That is always the objective, especially with a film like Scary Movie 2.
I throw it all in there, Kung Fu, blaxploitation, horror.
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