Don't forget I'm just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her.— Julia Roberts
Empowering Worst Movie quotations
The best thing you can do is follow your dreams
In fact, Cannonball Run II. I used to pick that as the worst movie ever made.
Karate is a form of martial arts in which people who have had years and years of training can, using only their hands and feet, make some of the worst movies in the history of the world.
They may take our lives, but they'll never take our freedom!
Vasectomy means never having to say you're sorry.
Avant-garde means never having to say you're sorry.
For the taxable investor, indexing means never having to say you're sorry.
Every single Pixar film, at one time or another, has been the worst movie ever put on film. But we know. We trust our process. We don't get scared and say, 'Oh, no, this film isn't working.'
Being an American means never having to say you're sorry.
Shut up. Just shut up. You had me at 'hello'.
Mark Ruffalo, aka the Incredible Hulk, is the natural gas industry's worst nightmare: a serious, committed activist who is determined to use his star power as a superhero in the hottest movie of the moment to draw attention the environmental and public health risks of fracking.
The last time I did a movie that needed a horse, I said: 'If it moves, I'm out of here.' The worst thing is, they know when you're afraid and act up accordingly. I've had them run off on me. Horses I do not like.
The computer is designed to mimic reality.
And in an animated world, in my perspective, that's the worst thing to do. I want people to walk into a movie theater and be transported to a different world.
North Korea referred to The Interview as absolutely intolerable and a wanton act of terror. Even more amazing: not the worst review the movie got.
Now, there are so many movies, so many festivals, and so many awards going on, each judged with each other, like your work is worse than others and that's not fair. How can you tell what's best and what's worst from these awards? We're talking about art.
To me, watching a movie is like going to an amusement park.
My worst fear is making a film that people don't think is a good ride.
The worst kind of management seeks a single optimum, a one-scale index of efficiency, like the mindless scales of 1 to 10 for grading a woman's beauty or one to four stars for a movie's appeal.
I feel just like Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman. You know, except for the whole hooker thing.
I even have some stories of people telling me how that song has changed their life, how it got them through hard times, how it saved their life when they were on the verge of thinking of doing the worst. That just really amazes me, that that movie [Romeo + Juliet] and that part in the movie are still having a huge effect on people's lives today.
After I was fired from Disney, I did some of the worst movies ever made.
Disaster movies do us the psychological service of forcing a quick march through the worst that could happen. At the end we see that you win a few, you lose a few, some cars are up in trees, and only the most attractive of the young people have survived.
Shooting a movie is the worst milieu for creative work ever devised by man.
I was so grateful that Lemony Snicket wasn't the worst movie ever made that I overlooked many things that might have otherwise upset me.
After I was fired from Disney, I did some of the worst movies ever made and I got professionally involved with a manager who said it didn't matter what you did as long as you kept working. I wound up completely broke.
I used to have a group called Bad-Movie Saturday.
Every Saturday, six of us would go see the worst movie that came out each weekend. It'd be noon in Burbank. It was just a running commentary. All executives - we would each talk through the movie and make jokes.
I didn't go Hollywood on the outside with flashy cars, upstairs maids and mink covered bathroom fixtures. I went Hollywood on the inside and that's worst of all. I tried to avoid being natural. I lowered my voice. I copied the mannerisms of other stars. I struck poses. I received bad advice - from dramatic coaches, from agents, and from studio executives. I stopped being a human being. I blame myself and I blame Hollywood's star system.
Movies are one of the bad habits that corrupted our century.
Of their many sins, I offer as the worst their effect on the intellectual side of the nation. It is chiefly from that viewpoint I write of them -- as an eruption of trash that has lamed the American mind and retarded Americans from becoming a cultured people.
I'm the worst rider. I'm a terrible rider. Me and horses are not a good mix. For some reason, people are always trying to get me on a horse in a movie.
I'm the worst at picking what movies are going to do well.
I have no idea. I'm really surprised if a movie I like does well.
The worst part was waiting around. Sometimes you are ready at 9 a.m. and you don't start until the afternoon. Occupying your time while you wait is the hardest part of the movie.
I've seen the Pokemon movie, which is probably the worst movie ever made on any subject ever.
I love the ups and downs and the eccentricities of my career.
The worst movies have produced some of the best friendships.
I am the worst judge of how a movie is going to do.
I always have great and ambitious hopes, but none of them see the light of day.
The worst professional advice I've received.
"If you were the last person on earth, I would never choose you to be a movie star."