I never dreamt of being in the movies. I was from a very average, I would say, a rather poor family, so my big treat was to work hard all week - I mowed lawns and babysat and washed dishes and washed cars - to go to the movies.— Debbie Reynolds
Restlessness Big Movie quotations
Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.
I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti
You were up at 5 o'clock in the morning, and then you'd ride in a caravan, because we didn't have big movie trucks or trailers that is the hardware of a movie camp.
Life is inherently risky. There is only one big risk you should avoid at all costs, and that is the risk of oding nothing.
I'd imagine the whole world was one big machine.
Machines never come with any extra parts, you know. They always come with the exact amount they need. So I figured, if the entire world was one big machine, I couldn't be an extra part. I had to be here for some reason.
Everything about filmmaking is incredibly weird, and there's nothing natural about watching yourself on the big screen or hearing your voice. It's that same thing that you feel when you watch yourself on a video camera and you hate the sound of your voice - it's that times 800.
I don't know what your childhood was like, but we didn't have much money.
We'd go to a movie on a Saturday night, then on Wednesday night my parents would walk us over to the library. It was such a big deal, to go in and get my own book.
Never apologize for being sensitive or emotional. Let this be a sign that you've got a big heart and aren't afraid to let others see it. Showing your emotions is a sign of strength.
Movies are a big part of our Indian culture.
The big-budget blockbuster is becoming one of the most dependable forms of filmmaking.
I have a great career, and no matter what I am doing, a big blockbuster movie.
.. or my small documentary, David Letterman will call and say I would like you to sit on my couch.
Set a goal so big that you can't achieve it until you grow into the person who can.
Because we grew up surrounded by big dramatic story arcs in books and movies, we think our lives are supposed to be filled with huge ups and downs. So people pretend there is drama where there is none.
Listen, you make a big movie, you're going into the Coliseum, and people are going to give you the thumbs up or the thumbs down. And that's part of the game. It's part of the fun as well.
Critics are usually kinder to cheaper movies than to those they perceive to be big Hollywood releases. They cut you a lot more slack if you spend less money, which makes no sense.
A little progress each day adds up to big results.
To make a kung fu film is like a dream come true, because I'm a big fan of kung fu movies and I'm learning kung fu for a long time.
My mom and dad - they were always there.
They were always on the set. They focused on our family life. The entertainment business wasn't the end-all. They weren't out to get the next big paycheck or the next big movie. It was about 'What can we do as a family.
For me, the sound design and the musical score is a big part of what makes scary movies work.
Dream Big. Start small. Act now.
I'm cleaning toilets for $30 a day, because I needed that $30, and people are pointing at me, saying, Look at the big movie star. Look where he is now. I just said, I'm where God put me.
I think my favorite place to eat dinner is the movie theater.
Dirty dogs, a big thing of nachos and a Cherry Coke - and I'm good.
Over the years I've never written or made movies about political themes 'cause while they do have current critical importance, in the large, large scheme of things, only the big questions matter and the answers to those big questions are very, very depressing.
Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.
I simply think there's life after movies.
I have to adhere to this philosophy, and therefore I like other things, and I have other passions. None are as big as movie-making, but they exist.
My hope is that digital technology will level things out more and that it will eventually eliminate favoritism. But technology cannot do it alone. The audience has to become more discriminating as well and not buy into every big tentpole movie because they have been brainwashed into thinking that's the movie to see.
Food was always a big part of my life.
My grandfather was one of 14 kids, and his parents had a pasta factory, so as a kid, he and his siblings would sell pasta door to door. After he became a movie producer, he opened up De Laurentiis Food Stores - one in Los Angeles and one in New York.
Be grateful for small things, big things, and everything in between. Count your blessings, not your problems.
I love doing normal things - movies, shopping, going out with friends, writing, reading, taking hot bubble baths - that's a big one for relaxation. I also love to go to art and history museums.
I am big. It's the pictures that got small.
I'm a really big homebody. If I had my way, a typical Saturday night would be staying home, ordering in, watching a movie or catching up on some shows.
Never give up on what you really want to do. The person with big dreams is more powerful than one with all the facts.
The ratio of people to cake is too big.
Remember, I'm the kind of kid who used to get stuffed into a locker by school bullies. I've never felt like I'm a big star at any level of my life.
I'm someone who believes the only way to see a movie is in a big theater, on a big screen, with a big bag of popcorn.
Dream big, work hard, stay focused, and surround yourself with good people.
I don't really understand the concept of having a career, or what agents mean when they say they're building one for you. I just do things I think will be interesting and that have integrity. I hate those tacky, pointless, big, fluffy, unimportant movies.
Some of my friends became gangsters. You became a gangster depending upon how fast you wanted a suit. Gangsters weren't the stereotypes you see in the movies. I knew the real ones, and the real ones were out for big money.
I grew up really loving horror movies and genre movies.
I was a big fan of Universal Monsters movies, read Famous Monsters magazine. I built monster models and creature effects...
Don't be afraid to take on big challenges They give the best rewards.
When you don't have much money, you get creative.
There's so much money that gets wasted on big movie sets. But when you don't have much money, you improvise.
I love movies and I love art - and an architect is an entertainer, the guy who builds a rollercoaster is an entertainer. He knows where to build the slopes, and the big anticipation when you go up... He makes you go, 'Oh my God!' when you get to the top before you come down. It's just the same as structuring a show or a dance.
I just wrapped this movie called The Wedding Crashers which was a pretty big break for me.
Like most of the movies I have participated in before, it's not a far departure from my actual self. TJ is a Special Forces, hand-to-hand combat expert. He's got a big heart. He has a sense of duty that never ends, whether he is active duty or as you find him in Check Point, retired.
I don't normally do big movies. I'm new to this world. And I've always been afraid that jumping onto a big budget film, you would lose the relationships in favour of special effects.