Jim Carrey citáty
Datum narození: 17. leden 1962
James Eugene Carrey , známější jako Jim Carrey, je kanadský herec a komik známý svými groteskními hereckými výstupy v komediích jako Ace Ventura, Blbý a blbější, Maska, Lhář, lhář či Božský Bruce. Dokázal si získat i respekt kritiky za své dramatické role ve filmech jako Truman Show, Majestic, Muž na Měsíci či Věčný svit neposkvrněné mysli. V Hollywoodu patří k nejlépe placeným hercům a je považován za jednoho z největších komiků a herců všech dob. Do češtiny jej nejčastěji dabuje Bohdan Tůma.
Citáty Jim Carrey
„I think we're past the time in history where you have to come out and say, "you know I'm just happy all the time! I'm a joker, I'm a crazy man!"“
you know kind of thing. I think people understand I can turn that switch on but I'm also a sensitive, normal human being with feelings and I know how to express those too.
Fun with Dick & Jane: An Interview with Jim Carrey http://www.blackfilm.com/20051216/features/jimcarrey.shtml by Wilson Morales in Features, BlackFilm.com (December 2005)
„People would be tunneling under the street to avoid you. They'd go "Oh, man — is that happy guy still out there?“
Kontext: Imagine if you could actually be that happy? That would be powerful, man. People would be tunneling under the street to avoid you. They'd go "Oh, man — is that happy guy still out there?
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Kontext: Communication, hardest thing in the world. Y'know, I can look at you guys, I can communicate to you all night, but, one-on-one, I'm terrible. It's just, there's certain things about communicating that really bother me. Like whenever I meet somebody new I say, "Hi! How are you!" Most of the time when people hear that they'll say, "Good! And yourself?", or "Fine! Thank you very much!" But sometimes they like to surprise you, "I've got no dream, man! I'm all dead inside!"
As quoted in This much I know: Jim Carrey, actor, 46, Los Angeles http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2008/oct/19/jim-carrey-interview by Tony Horkins in The Observer (19 October 2008)
Kontext: Comedic actors can be looked at as a lower form because we have to put ourselves in a lower place than most of the audience. I think lofty emotions are somehow considered more special. The best stories in the world to me are the ones that elicit a real emotion, but have humour.
to the word and everything [...] Medicare for all, ending student debt, a different approach to the war on terror, ending mass incarceration.
Jim Carrey says "stop apologizing" and "say yes to socialism" http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/09/10/jim-carrey-says-stop-apologizing-and-say-yes-to-socialism.html (September 2018)
As quoted in An Interview with Jim Carrey: We talk to the comedy mastermind about his most reserved performance http://movies.ign.com/articles/498/498545p1.html by Jeff Otto IGN (12 March 2004)
Kontext: I like people. They're entertaining. I just may laugh at different things than most people. I laugh at mistakes. I laugh at how you recover from mistakes.
Kontext: Madness is never that far away. It's as close as saying yes to the wrong impulse. The people who stay sane are the people who can make those quick decisions: "Should I stick my fingers into the fan, or leave the room right now?
"Should I run the blade of this razor across my tongue, or just finish shaving and move away from the sink?"
But you don't because luckily most of us have that little voice inside our head that says, "Uh uh uh, turning the car into oncoming traffic... is counterproductive!"
„I wanted to be Arcade in a fourth X-Men movie but the prequels ruined the franchise so I became Dr. Eggman in a Sonic movie where James Marsden, the actor who played Cyclops, is the best friend of the protagonist who is a fast little animal like Wolverine.“
In Living Color