I think we've all been kind of... everyone's been hurt, everyone's felt loss, everyone has exultation, everyone has a need to be loved, or to have lost love, so when you play a character, you're pulling out those little threads and turning them up a bit.
People use the Method as a shield; it shields them from being vulnerable. I hear all these young actors who are like, 'I'm Method, I'm gonna go live in the house, you know, I totally get it, I've done it, I've been there', but one thing I know is it kills spontaneity.
But, the relationships that I see work - As long as they're telling the truth, and saying the things that you don't ever want to have to say to another human being.
The problem to me is violence. It's not cool to kill somebody or hurt people.
I live a bourgeois life.
I like to think the movies that I've picked have something worthwhile to say. Something relevant.
The true value of somebody in this town is very hard to determine. It's all smoke and mirrors.
Also, stick around. Don't lose your heart, just keep going, keep at it.
I remember riding my bike down the boardwalk with nowhere to go and looking at the girls. It was really innocent.
I think of marriage as a garden. You have to tend to it. Respect it, take care of it, feed it. Make sure everyone is getting the right amount of, um, sunlight.
I don't know, one out of every two marriages ends up in divorce so there's a lot of great people out there who people aren't happy with.
We're warriors, this culture, and we're very puritanical about sex and very embracing about violence and I don't know why that is.
I became an actor so I didn't have to be myself.
After the brain tumor happened, I realized I love acting, I've always loved it, I may never get a chance to do it again.
For some reason, my whole life has been, 'You can't do this, you can't do that.'
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