You don't know who you messing with man, I slap people for fun. That's what I do man! You wanna play rough, huh, I kill for fun!
They came out very prepared and we missed lot of tackles. We have to start on Monday and watch the film. I kept asking what was happening. They just out-competed us.
You see people waving. You don't see people having problems, with each other at least.
We were lucky down here. We could have been a St. Bernard with water up to the (house) eaves.
I told him to watch out for (the mother) because I felt suspicious, ... You need to watch out. Be careful.
I felt sorry for (the boy).
He said, 'Chris, you got 20 million yet? You got 20 million?'
It was like a family reunion, watching the movie, ... It's always a good feeling when I can get a screening for my family.
Jackie come to me and says, 'We gonna do a fight scene.' I said 'What?' He says 'We got to do a fight scene in the next scene. I have to teach you.' I say 'How you gonna teach me in three seconds?' ... What we did, we did the fight scene with our arms connected.
I couldn't tell people what I wanted to do because I was from Atlanta. You don't tell people you're gonna be a comedian in Atlanta. That means you ain't gonna do nothing
I tell people that stand-up's like golf: you gotta do it every day to get it down - or at least three times a week to get it down.
I want to keep working, I want to keep doing my humanitarian stuff around the world, shining light on different places that have problems. Keep making movies, make people laugh.
Making people laugh is giving, and it's healing, too, when people can go up to the movies and forget about their problems. It's a good thing.
I think my life is a movie and your life reflects your work.
I think real life reflects your movies. In your life, you pick stuff that influences what movie roles you wanna pick. I think if you've got an interesting life, you wanna do interesting movies about interesting things.