You can't legislate sobriety.— Robert Zemeckis
The most contentment Robert Zemeckis quotes that are life-changing and eye-opening
We don't function well as human beings when we're in isolation.
The thing that's interesting about wire walking is that we never get to see it other than looking up. It's like a circus thing. It's a guy on a wire.
I'm addicted to documentaries. That's all I watch on television.
All artists are anarchists in some way - some more extreme than others, but it's something that I think artists are supposed to do. We're supposed to present a different angle on everything, and I certainly think it is [art] as much as poetry, in my opinion.
I've always said that movies are kind of like love affairs.
Two people come together, and if they're at the right place at the right time and it's the right situation, it clicks. I've always felt that I've connected with screenplays. It's the romantic in me.
I could never be like Hitchcock and do only one kind of movie. Anything that's good is worthwhile.
No matter how many obstacles that are thrown in our path, there are ways to except them and to live through them.
I think the thing that I love the most about working in the digital cinema is that you're only limited in your cinematic technique by your imagination - you're not restricted by the physical laws of nature. You don't have to worry about physically moving a 50lb camera through space, or worry about shadows and rigging.
Understand life's mysteries - as mysteries to be lived.
Movies are movies. Some bend light through a lens. Some create moving images virtually. At the end of the day, movies are movies.
In the next couple of years, part of every film's process is going to be to adjust the images. And it'll be to change the color of an actor's tie or change the little smirky thing he's doing with his mouth. Or you can put in more clouds or move the tree a little bit.
From where I sit I see the digital cinema creating sloppiness on the part of filmmakers because they know if they really get in trouble they can fix it later. So they don't pay that much attention, and of course it costs a lot of money.
As a filmmaker, you're always supposed to be with your characters, in all movies, even if they're villains.
We are ultimately alone in that we are ultimately responsible for ourselves.