That Happily Ever After is a great way to tell stories when you're young but eventually it loses its meaning because it's just not true.
'Batman' was scary.
Earnestness can ferment into sentimentality.
I was a Marvel guy. I started reading comics when I was a kid.
It's such a thrilling part about being in a relationship at a young age, and all your feelings are apocalyptic, all your emotions are so huge.
One of my life philosophies is that you have a choice to make when you're doing something creative. You can be cheesy... or you can be lame.
When you don't inherit an identity you have to define it on your own.
Everybody's part of the greater whole and skepticism and virtue are a part of that.
I always remembered that when I saw people get married they got on a rocketship and went to Planet Happiness, Population: Them.
I just like that dynamic in relationships in movies where they're kind of lovers as rivals, you know?
There's a bigger universe at hand.
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