Guess Quotes

  • I would love to get a job in France!
  • I turned to historical films because they pass censors more easily.
  • President Roosevelt, the author of Social Security, was the first to suggest that, in order to provide for the country's retirement needs, Social Security would need to be supplemented by personal savings accounts.
  • What I'm most pleased about is that there's no particular decline. The songs I wrote 40 years ago are no worse and no better - there's a consistency.
  • I get very nervous around famous people and I get nervous around beautiful women.
  • I use the default iOS calendar app. I've tried others, but it's my favorite, and I can't live without it. If it's not on my calendar, I'm not aware of it, whatever it is.
  • The thing is, when we do fight scenes, when we kill people in the movies, they bring in experts to choreograph it bit by bit, because you can't really kill someone, and you don't want to really hurt them.
  • Timothy McVeigh was a coward. Violence is the stupid way out. It'll discredit any real legitmate movement.
  • I go to the ocean to calm down, to reconnect with the creator, to just be happy.
  • I would rather be loved than have money and all that other stuff.
  • Don't get me wrong, some of the mis-informed articles I have read over the last few weeks have been incredibly frustrating, but for my part I fully appreciate the opportunity I have been given and want to grasp it firmly.
  • I go for as much feeling as I can rather than show what I can do up and down the neck. I don't play to show people ability.
  • I first visited the Toronto fest in 1979, its fourth edition, when it was known as the Festival of Festivals and had an audience of about 40,000. I happily returned to the 10-day skein nearly every year thereafter, as attendance swelled to 400,000 and it grew into the most influential film festival in North America, perhaps the world.
  • To build my legacy and be that person I want to be, this is what it's going to take: to get on the road and travel. Let's do it that way.
  • I go up to San Francisco on holidays and spend time with my family there, but whenever I go to Japan, I enjoy every moment. I try to go back there every year or so. It's a phenomenal place, and I absolutely love it. It's not my second home; it is my home. Whenever I go back, I feel very connected with Japan.
  • New gene pools are generated in every generation, and evolution takes place because the successful individuals produced by these gene pools give rise to the next generation.
  • If I've got food and water, as long as I can exercise my mind and keep it nimble, then I'll be okay.
  • Mike Campbell and Don Henley and I wrote 'The Heart of the Matter,' which was a huge hit for Don.
  • I always loved Kate Winslet, but after you meet her you really love her because she's a cool chick.
  • I get the lyrics of a tune and interpret them my way.
  • I ended up very American and very Indonesian and a little bit of a lot of things.
  • I get to pretend I'm flying into space, and hang out with my friends. That's what I do for a living.
  • I give Cronkite a whole lot of credit.
  • I admire the abstract expressionists and pop artists so right now I'm referencing American '60s art and at the same time referencing Japanese manga culture.
  • I get super bored playing bland, normal girls.
  • I get to choose the people I work with.
  • I'm fulfilling my dreams that I had as a kid every single day.
  • I go home by noon, and I'm in bed by 6 p.m. I get up at 1 and do it again.
  • I used to be such a daredevil but now I'm much more cautious.
  • I get shy. I think that's in any situation.
  • I'm totally grateful for the fans my family has and I have; they gave me a lot of support when I was in treatment. But it was just odd, you know? It's stressful. Just the whole fact of being someone in the public eye.
  • When I was young, and I would see bands playing, I would dig the rock & roll and get excited, but when they would start to take the pace down, my attention span would start going.
  • I grew up listening to most of my parents' music like The Beatles and ABBA and all that stuff.
  • I always wanted to be a part of a New York-based label, so I've worked really hard to try and network with people that I felt would put me in the right place.
  • Yes, I guess you could say I am a loner, but I feel more lonely in a crowed room with boring people than I feel on my own.
  • I get up at 7:30. I grab a canvas bag and go out. I say hello to the people in the supermarket and liquor store. I buy the 'New York Times.' I go to the beach and think about characters and plot.
  • But I'm looking at life, and I'm putting nothing off.
  • I'm an entrepreneur. I'm married to an entrepreneur. So I haven't just sipped the entrepreneurship cool-aid, I bleed this stuff.
  • Ten years ago, it was really difficult for a young actress to walk onto a set and disagree with the director and having that be OK and have a conversation about it and everyone be cool with it.
  • I dance because it makes me want to explode.
  • Government is a true religion: it has its dogmas, its mysteries, its priests. To submit it to the individual discussion is to destroy it; it is given life only through the national mind, that is to say, by political faith, which is a creed.
  • My father used to always give me a basketball, a skate board, and a bike every Christmas. That's all I wanted every year.
  • What you hope for, like Unforgiven did a lot to give you a chance to do it again sometime.
  • What is a policeman made of? He, of all men, is once the most needed and the most unwanted. He's a strangely nameless creature who is 'Sir' to his face and 'Fuzz' to his back.
  • Government is just spending too much money.
  • We women have to stick together.
  • I go on walks during lunch breaks and travel with a fold-up yoga mat. I also love reading by candlelight at night.
  • I get skinnier if I'm very busy.