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John Cusack Quotes


An American film actor and screenwriter.
(1966 - )

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A lot of people are not meant to be together.
 

Any time you stop looking at evil as a black and white thing, it's helpful. So the fact that there won't be any obligatory Islamic terrorist stereotypes in movies any more, that'd be helpful.
 

Art is spiritual.
 

Being on a movie set is like one long financial crisis.
[Crisis]
 

Death is a billion-dollar business. They can't even pass a law where it takes seven days to get a gun. Why don't you have to go through the same kind of screening you do to get a driver's license? It's totally insane.
 

Do I listen to pop music because I'm miserable or am I miserable because listen to pop music?
 

Good actors can sort of see into people and immediately you have a chemistry with them or not. It's like an affair with no mess.
 

Hitler was so modern, in that he was obsessed with being famous. He was caught up with this rush to be have achieved greatness before turning 30.
 

I feel like I'm a filmmaker; I don't feel I need to yell action and cut.
[Action]
 

I guess maybe I'm idealistic.
 

I have a bit of a rebellious nature.
 

I like the George Romero films, which were really great, social satire movies; really twisted.
 

I love these movies where it's just about the film. You don't have my face on the poster. It's all about the movie. I like that.
 

I think when you get to the point where you don't need to be in love, then you could be in love. You have to just be OK with yourself-and that's a long process.
 

I was a teen star. That's disgusting enough.
 

I was never interested in being an overly public person.
 

I was raised Catholic until I was old enough to say no.
 

I was raised Irish Catholic, but I don't consider myself Irish Catholic: I consider myself me, an American.
 

I've seen the people who talk about their love lives in print invariably have doomed relationships with the person they're talking about.
 

If you're going to get into social criticism with absurdity and satire, you can't be politically correct when you do that.
 


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