quote by Debbie Reynolds

I would never stop watching film. The reason why I say I like the old ones is I like the subject matter better. I thought they had more variety to them, they had more romantic comedies and things that appealed to me more.

— Debbie Reynolds

Professional Romantic Film quotations

Romantic film quote I'm not interested in a realistic look - not at all, not ever. Every film should
I'm not interested in a realistic look - not at all, not ever. Every film should look the way I feel.

I wish I knew how to quit you.

You will never age for me, nor fade, nor die.

Romantic film quote Great moments are born from great opportunities.
Great moments are born from great opportunities.

Vasectomy means never having to say you're sorry.

Avant-garde means never having to say you're sorry.

The best thing you can do is find a person who loves you for exactly what you are.

Romantic film quote To make a great film need three things - the script, the script and the script.
To make a great film need three things - the script, the script and the script.

But the you who you are tonight is the same you I was in love with yesterday, the same you I’ll be in love with tomorrow.

I'm not a big shoot-em-up, bang-bang. I like romantic films.

I don't think that digital photography is romantic yet. It's not sympathetic the way that film is.

Indian films are always very passionate and romantic, and so long as the scene is done well aesthetically, I have no qualms doing it.

In the end, it all comes down to the art of breathing.

I like you very much. Just as you are.

We're not just horror fans. We're film fans. I love action films. I want to do action films. I want to do romantic comedies. I love all this stuff. So, if I find the good material, I'll do it.

I confess I am a romantic. I love romance, and I think it's really fun and delicious and some of my favorite films are love stories. I think that you just get a chance to fall in love with the characters so much and you get to explore their lives so deeply.

I don't make romantic films. I make films about human relationships.

You make me want to be a better man.

As the tall dark and handsome male star, Carey Grant always stands for male beauty and desirability, whether in a 30s screwball, a 40s film noir, or a 50s romantic comedy. He consequently turns around the orthodox gender between the one who looks and so desires, and the one who is looked at, and so is being desired.

In the West audiences think I am a stereotyped action star, or that I always play hitmen or killers. But in Hong Kong, I did a lot of comedy, many dramatic films, and most of all, romantic roles, lots of love stories. I was like a romance novel hero.

'The Piano' is a romantic drama that really made me want to see New Zealand.

When I finally did it was every bit as jaw dropping as it looked in the film. It's so virgin and green, it's like God said 'lets try again' and he got it right this time!

I wish I knew how to quit you, Tumblr.

Find you, love you, marry you, and live without shame.

In a big Bollywood romantic film, taking my shirt off and spreading the hand towards the mountain with dancers behind me are not my cup of tea.

It never occurred to me to be a film director, partly because I hadn't seen a single film by a female director, but I liked the idea of being a writer moving to Hollywood and being unhappy; that sounded romantic and fabulous to me.

I am a big fan of the old Howard Hawks films from the 30s and 40s, I was a big Hepburn and Tracey fan for a while and Woody Allen films that are a very different kind of romantic comedy.

And even Moonstruck - for some reason the audience were just in the mood for a very romantic film, because it's one of the few romantic comedies to be nominated for a Best Picture Oscar.

I came into films when there was action. When I retired, it was romantic period.

It's amazing how everyone has their different ways of working.

I like hearing about that process, reading about it. I have so much appreciation for movies because I understand how hard it is to make one. There is always something I gain from watching a movie, whether it's a silly romantic comedy or an art film.

I'd like to get into the superhero genre.

I'd love to do either a DC or a Marvel character. I just love the way they're approaching these characters in these films. I also would love to get back into some romantic films. I love romance films, especially between people of color, because we don't really explore that enough. I would love to do that.

I think that there's room to grow, as far as being a person of color in film.

I went to the theater the other day, and there's a whole bunch of Valentine's Day movies coming out. And the only ones that you see a lot of us in are us goofing off and clowning around; it's this kind of pseudo-romantic comedy kind of thing.

If I can do anything in this time of my career, I want to make it easier for other actresses and girls who are growing up to go, 'I get to be a part of a comedy or an action film or a romantic comedy or a thriller or just a romance, without having to wind up with someone to complete us.' I complete me. I just got lucky that, after I completed myself, I met someone who could tolerate me.

I think I would call Night Music a romantic comedy.

I don't know if you are familiar with an old movie called The Ghost and Mrs. Muir? It is an older film. It's more about the romance than it is necessarily a horror flick.

I spent the '80s in the Soviet Union and when I came to America it was '89 and I was in an immigrant bubble and we didn't have MTV or cable, so I kind of discovered the '80s when I was already older, maybe in college. And I continued to have this romantic obsession with all those films and there's this sound I hear in my head and it's kind of this bittersweet romantic, dark sound.

I did a film [about a con-artist mom and son] called Bringing Up Bobby that Famke Janssen wrote and directed. No one's gonna hire me for their [big-budget] romantic comedy, so it's up to me to look out for great indie comedies and show people a different side of myself - even if it's for three people outside of my family.

I think Shah Rukh and I have done essentially romantic films that had great contributions from everyone else, so it's not as if we alone are responsible for our hits.

What I like about The Meddler style of movie is that it's a fairly lighthearted romantic comedy, but there are hidden moments where something happens that's unexpected, that hopefully have some kind of emotional resonance that you didn't see coming. I love when a film does that.