I never read reviews of something I want to see.
I don't spend sleepless nights over getting very bad reviews.
To my undying shame, I do read reviews. I don't read them all, but I like to get some kind of idea how things are going.
The more disastrous the mishaps the simpler the reviewing task.
I don't read reviews because if they're bad I'm devastated and if they're good I get a big head.
I never read reviews at all. I'm proud of the work I did.
I rarely read or buy a book because of a review.
As authors, we all expect criticism from time to time, and we all have our ways of coping with unfriendly reviews.
The Committee's review of a series of intelligence shortcomings, to include intelligence prior to 9/11 and the pre-war intelligence on Iraq, clearly reveal how vital a diverse intelligence workforce is to our national security.
I did some film reviews for small papers in Finland and things like that to be able to keep living here.
I found out about reviews early on. They're mostly written by sad men on bad afternoons. That's probably why I'm less angry than some writers, who are so narcissistic they consider every line of every review, even a thoughtful one, as major treason.
All our words and acts are passing in review before God.
When I got into this, I never thought about reviews. I never thought about what people would say about me, I was just a young guy who was excited to become a comedian and an actor, and I just wanted to get to do what I got to do.
I mean, when you're tired of book reviews, you're tired of life.
Nothing ruins your day more than getting a bad review.
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