In this post, you will find great Roger Ebert Quotes. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
One of the weapons Marvel used in its climb to comic-book dominance was a willingness to invent new characters at a dizzying speed. There are so many Marvel universes, indeed, that some superheroes do not even exist in one another‘s worlds, preventing gridlock.
James Cameron‘s films have always been distinguished by ground-breaking technical excellence.
There is a part of me that will forever want to be walking under autumn leaves, carrying a briefcase containing the works of Shakespeare and Yeats and a portable chess set. I will pass an old tree under which once on a summer night I lay on the grass with a fragrant young woman and we quoted e.e. cummings back and forth.
Wes Anderson‘s mind must be an exciting place for a story idea to be born. It immediately becomes more than a series of events and is transformed into a world with its own rules, in which everything is driven by emotions and desires as convincing as they are magical.
A film is a terrible thing to waste.
I think most people are more susceptible to prejudice than to reason.
We can’t help identifying with the protagonist. It’s coded in our movie-going DNA.
Most of us do not consciously look at movies.
But considering that I walked in expecting no complexity at all, let alone the visual wonderments, ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’ is a considerable experience.
People never think of themselves as choosing to be politically correct. They simply think in the way that they do.
It’s funny that there was so much disturbance about having a Catholic in the White House with Kennedy, and when we finally get a religion in the White House that’s causing a lot of conflicts, and concerns, and disturbances for a lot of people, it’s in the Bush Administration.
It is reckless to make broad generalizations about any group of people.
I think we have to get beyond the idea that we have to categorize people.
I don’t require movies to be about good people, and I don’t reject screen violence.
I begin to feel like I was in the last generation of Americans who took a civics class.
Horror fans are a particular breed. They analyze films with such detail and expertise that I am reminded of the Canadian literary critic Northrup Frye, who approached literature with similar archetypal analysis.
Ridley Scott‘s ‘Prometheus’ is a magnificent science-fiction film, all the more intriguing because it raises questions about the origin of human life and doesn’t have the answers.
Sometimes it’s all about the casting.
On this ancient and miraculous world, where such beautiful natural and living things have evolved, something has gone wrong when life itself is used as a manufacturing process.
It’s not often a thriller keeps me wound up as well as ‘Headhunters’ did. I knew I was being manipulated and didn’t care. It was a pleasure to see how well it was being done.
We don’t have a lot of class-conscious filmmaking.
My motto: ‘No good movie is depressing. All bad movies are depressing.’
I think that probably the – I don’t give quotes to studios. They have to get those out of the paper or from television. So they wouldn’t have had my quote opening day.
I like smart movies about smart people, and enjoy it when most of the facts are on the table and we can contemplate them together.
It does seem true that a lot of people will do anything, however humiliating, for fame.
There’s nothing like impending death to rouse you from existential boredom.