I like to make pictures about people who make a difference.
I love entertaining people and this is entertainment.
The director's who want to be innovative use the DVD as a tool to see what people have done in the past and you have other people who will actually take from better directors and that makes them better directors.
I still that that movie-goers like the experience of leaving their homes and going to have a communal experience, especially in comedies or interactive things where you can get an audience reaction to.
I love taking you inside a world that you're not apart of and showing how actually works.
In TV we've used something that I love... it's called process. I love process.
Yeah sure, I'd love to have all my movies on DVD.
And usually the studios they don't want you to have credit for your movies because they want to take credit for the movies because if you get credit for your movies they've got to pay you more.
I don't make movies because I think audiences will want to go see them.
I make movies based on gut.
I only make movies I want to go see.
There are a lot of movies that inspire me to do what I do.
I just don't know what makes a movie catch on and other ones don't.
If I knew what makes a movie catch on then I'd make hit after hit.
It's very difficult to release an X-rated movie.