It's very difficult to release an X-rated movie.— Jerry Bruckheimer
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I love entertaining people and this is entertainment.
I mean if you put all of your eggs in one basket, boy, and that thing blows up you've got a real problem.
Our military thought that they couldn't get to Pearl Harbor, that it was too long a journey from Japan to get there, and they proved us wrong.
Well, I don't look back and celebrate. I just always worry about the next one.
We know as filmmakers where you draw the line.
The director's who want to be innovative use the DVD as a tool to see what people have done in the past and you have other people who will actually take from better directors and that makes them better directors.
We want to create these dramatic situations, whether they are real or not, to entertain audiences.
I make movies based on gut.
If you have a crisis, whether on a ship or wherever, there are heroes who rise above it.
Yeah sure, I'd love to have all my movies on DVD.
A lot of it had to do with when it's released and what's out in the marketplace, what's its competition.
Sometimes we'll only get one script in a year that we want to make that we feel is good enough.
Well, I started years ago with Flashdance and we also did Coyote Ugly, so I have put my toe in the water before with romantic comedies. I love making them and I love making people laugh. That's a trademark that I don't think any producer would turn down.
I think it's the source material. 27 Dresses was a famous book, and Devil Wears Prada was also a wonderful book, so it's coming out of the novelists who are really creating these wonderful female characters that we want to see on the big screen.
People want to leave their homes but they can't go on vacation as much as they used to. So, getting out of the house and seeing a good movie helps them to alleviate some of the pain that's going on in their life.
Every day you make mistakes. And the key to making mistakes is first you have to make them, which means you're in the game. So don't be afraid of getting in the game.
Dramatics are what keep you in the seats.
I think we look to the military as something that protects our shores.
Although, I think you look back and you try to learn from your mistakes.
In TV we've used something that I love... it's called process. I love process.
If you read a part that you want to play, and you already know you have actors you want to work with but it's not on the page, it's not going to be on the screen. So that is the most difficult thing to do for a producer, is to get a script that attracts this kind of talent.
And usually the studios they don't want you to have credit for your movies because they want to take credit for the movies because if you get credit for your movies they've got to pay you more.
You can't be afraid of hard work or long hours. Sacrifice is important.
Sophie [Kinsella]'s writing just captivated me.
We bought this eight years ago, before it became an international success and was only one book. Now there's five. So, we were very fortunate to latch onto a character who has since become an international success both as a novel and hopefully now as a movie.
Casting is so important, with any film you do.
You have to get actors that you believe will fulfill the promise of the characters that are on the page.
Any time you can create something that gets to a large audience is fantastic.
And television still gets you to a huge audience.
It's important to stand up for your work - otherwise somebody else will step in and say they did it.
I just don't know what makes a movie catch on and other ones don't.
Сollege is the best days of your life.
You know, I hate to say that 'cause you're so young and you got plenty ahead of you. But it college is just wonderful. You know, you certainly have some responsibility. You’ve got to show up for class and you have to make your grades, but it's a great time and I hope you enjoy those days, 'cause they're the best.
I don't make movies because I think audiences will want to go see them.
When I was a kid I started a baseball team.
I was a terrible player, but I put together a group of neighborhood kids. I started a hockey team. I put the kids together and got a sponsor. So I can always kind of organize people and get things done.
I like to make pictures about people who make a difference.
I love taking you inside a world that you're not apart of and showing how actually works.
And yes, it is harder to make movies because budgets are getting smaller, and the companies stocks are down. The only good news on the horizon is that box office has been up by something like 23% from last year, which is great for us. It's still the cheapest form of entertainment.
What I do is try to stay away from the hot subjects.
We love to entertain audiences and this picture does that - it's romantic, it's funny, it's got a nice message and I think it's a gift to the audience to be able to enjoy this movie.
I should have had more faith in my talent.
I think I would have gotten to achieve more, earlier, had I believed in myself. But I let other people take credit for my work.
A psychology degree doesn't get you very far.
We hope that audiences around the world embrace the picture in the same way they have the books and that hopefully Disney will allow us make another one.
You put faith in people sometimes that can't deliver for you.
And those are mistakes and you have to... don't work with them again. It's pretty easy.
Definitely, it's a fear of failure that drives me.
We need a very strong military to protect the freedoms we do have.
I was always looking to be entertained.
We lead such full lives and a lot of us don't lead very pleasant lives and don't like what we do... My dad worked his whole life as a salesman and that wasn't what he really wanted to do. He looked forward to two weeks vacation every year and he used to say to me, 'Whatever you do, make sure you do something you really like so you don't just have your vacation to look forward to.' And I love movies.
I still that that movie-goers like the experience of leaving their homes and going to have a communal experience, especially in comedies or interactive things where you can get an audience reaction to.
The whole world has changed after September 11th.
Every time I make a movie I think that it's going to be my last one, I think that no one is going to show up. I always have this sense that they're all going to fail. I am scared to death.
But once we got them on its feet then they run themselves, unless there's corrections you have to make.
You have to start at the very bottom and you've got to do every job.
I did that so I could understand what everybody does. I didn't become this huge producer overnight. It took many, many years.
I can stand at the back of the theater and watch an audience laugh, cry, and be moved by what I do. I can entertain people around the world. It's nice when you can give someone that gift.