All we try and do is make the best films we can. If you do that then hopefully the audiences will come, and they have. Everything else is gravy.
We've been working with the very best in the business. The studio really just let us alone to make the films.
Films are amazing. To be a part of a movie is the greatest. It's so historic and exciting.
Making films is sort of like you're pulling off a magic trick. It's sort of like an illusion. It's not real but you want it to appear real, and all kinds of things go into that, from the clothes you're wearing to the make-up, to the light.
There are films that cost a lot of money that might be decent films. But if they don't perform in that first weekend or two, they're gone.
You have to make films you feel strongly about. And then hope you can find the audience.
You should bear in mind that almost all my documentaries are feature films in disguise.
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 don't think Hollywood makes many good films anymore. How many directors can you really trust to have an artistic vision, not a corporate vision or a watered-down communal one?
I prefer doing feature films.
I grew up on film scores and scores from films.
Most horror films fail to scare me. I think 'The Ring' plays more as a psychological thriller. It's smarter, there's more character development and some of the themes explored go a little deeper.
I had four films one year that were supposed to happen and didn't.
I'd love to do action-y types of films; you know, as long as they're good stories.
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