Before production, Steven Spielberg felt very insecure about being director of the film. In fact, his initial response to Quincy Jones' request was no. Spielberg felt that his knowledge of the deep South was inadequate and that the film should've been directed by someone of color, who could've at least related to the struggles faced by many blacks living in the old south. Quincy Jones then argued, "No, I want you to do it. And besides, did you have to be an alien to direct ET?" Spielberg appreciated his friend's logic and decided to take the role as director of the film.
QUOTE You're a low down dirty dog. That what's wrong. It's time for me to get away from you and enter into creation and your dead body be just the welcoming mat I need.
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My favorite movie is Terminator 2.
Hey, you created me. I didn't create some loser alter-ego to make myself feel better. Take some responsibility!
And this part....
Lou: [Lou hits Tyler in the face]Tyler Durden:Do you hear me now?[Lou hits Tyler again]No, I didn't quite catch that, Lou.
Tyler Durden:[Lou hits Tyler a few more times]Still not getting it.
Tyler Durden:[Lou continues to beat up Tyler]Ok, I got it. <edit for language>, I lost it.
One of my all time favorites
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