Alexander Payne Quotes and its meanings
Alexander Payne quotes about Age
Alexander Payne quotes about Failure
Alexander Payne quotes about Famous
Alexander Payne quotes about Fear
Alexander Payne quotes about Future
Alexander Payne quotes about Happiness
Alexander Payne quotes about Hope
Alexander Payne quotes about Humor
Alexander Payne quotes about Movies
Even if we die at 100, we're still dying young. I want at least 700 years. There's a lot of travelling and books to read and movies to see. I'm not going to squeeze it all in in 85 years.
I mean, look, I love movies, not just the ones I make... In fact, I don't like the movies I make very much.
Alexander Payne quotes about Positive
Alexander Payne quotes about Sad
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What does Alexander Payne write about?
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What are the top most famous quotes by Alexander Payne?
Here are the top most famous quotes by Alexander Payne.
- You just never know when you're living in a golden age.
- I get asked, 'How can you have such failures in your films?' Well, what else is life about? There's some sense of constant failure in something. Humor gives you a distance from it.
- Anytime you cast a movie and you need someone famous in the lead part, you're a prisoner of whoever happens to be famous in the six-month window in which you're trying to get a film financed.
- The biggest fear I have is to die with regrets, and of course that will come true.
- Hollywood films have become a cesspool of formula and it's up to us to try to change it... I feel like a preacher! But it's really true. I feel personally responsible for the future of American cinema. Me personally.
- Joe E. Lewis said, 'Money doesn't buy happiness but it calms the nerves.' And that is how I feel about a film being well-received.
- I don't feel despair because I am able to make the films I want to make, and that gives me hope.
- Even if we die at 100, we're still dying young. I want at least 700 years. There's a lot of travelling and books to read and movies to see. I'm not going to squeeze it all in in 85 years.
- I mean, look, I love movies, not just the ones I make... In fact, I don't like the movies I make very much.
- Each one of my movies becomes easier to get off the ground.