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“One of the tools that an actor has - and it's a trite thing, but you can really use it a lot - is imagination.”
“- Skip Winkley: Who is your biggest sexual fantasy?
- Barney's Waiter: Denzel Washington.
- Jeffrey: The guy at the gym.
- Sterling: Yoko Ono. ...To see the apartment!”
“If a guy's close to you, you can't slight 'im. You can't slight that guy. A real grievance can be resolved; differences can be resolved. But an imaginary hurt, a slight - that motherfucker gonna hate you 'til the day he dies.”
“Ariel, please! Will you get your head out of the clouds and back in the water where it belongs?”
“Gray, you know that in view of all this, you know that there's a lot of speculation that this woman is a figment of your imagination. That you created her, from a lot of different sources.”
“In all my science fiction movies, I try to blend the familiar with the futuristic.”
“- Peterson: You mean Mrs. Chelm is an unqualified liar?
- Billy Dannreuther: Well, let's say she uses her imagination rather than her memory.”
“- Kris Kringle: You know what the imagination is?
- Susan Walker: Oh, sure. That's when you see things, but they're not really there.
- Kris Kringle: Well, that can be caused by other things, too.”
“- Cliff Booth: [high on acid] You are real, right?
- Tex: I'm as real as a donut, motherfucker.”
“I've lived so long in imaginary worlds, I think I've lost sight of what is real, of what is true.”
“This is not a cartoon. This is the real world.”
“A great number of the disappointments and mishaps of the troubled world are the direct result of literature and the allied arts. It is our belief that no human being who devotes his life and energy to the manufacture of fantasies can be anything but fundamentally inadequate.”
“Imagination is usually better than realization.”
“You caught me because we're very much alike. Without our imaginations, we'd be like all those other poor... dullards. Fear... is the price of our instrument. But I can help you bear it.”
“The unknown. That is where my imagination yearns to venture. And so the question plagues me still: How does a man come to know the unknowable?”