'The Hangover' was, like, solid. I laughed a bit, you know. Seven out of 10, maybe. But I made it 32 minutes into 'Hangover 2' before I walked out.
All my cousins are almost old enough to start seeing my movies. I'm going to have some 'splainin' to do.
I went to a Christian all-boys' college one time to pick up my buddies so we could go play baseball, and I just remember walking through the halls, and there's all these crucified Jesuses. It's scary.
Everyone knows that in Hollywood, when you're hot, you've got to run with it. Because eventually they kick you out.
I don't fully understand my wife's emotions - and I'm supposed to write an excellent female character and unravel the secret of women?
As a director, you can't stop a guy if he thinks something's hysterical, because if you do, then he'll get depressed because he thinks he didn't come up with a good joke. So if a guy's going on some run and it's killing him, and he thinks it's hilarious, you gotta do enough so that he thinks you can use it in the movie.