Facts about Jason Patric

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Jason Patric is a famous Actor from USA, he is 53 years old and still alive, born June 27, 1966.

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He is born under the zodiac cancer, who is known for Emotion, Diplomatic, Intensity, Impulsive, Selective. Our collection contains 25 quotes who is written / told by Jason.

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Famous quotes by Jason Patric (25)


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"You can take a handful of dollars, a good story, and people with passion and make a movie that will stand up against any $70 million movie"
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"I have all this time between projects, and I'm not so sure that's a healthy thing. It's scary, because at 36 I'm woefully unqualified for anything else"
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"I think that's what I really liked about Narc: My character has a real operatic range in a way that older movies used to have"
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"When you look at some of the most respected actors there are and the crap that they're in... it didn't used to be that way"
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"When actors talk about research, they're just patting themselves on the back"
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"It's interesting to help someone find their vocabulary. There would not have been a De Niro without a Scorsese"
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"It's easy to be a movie star. The shoes are already there. They just put you in the shoes"
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"I would never do something like Speed 2 again. If I'd wanted to make those kind of movies I could have signed up for five of them while it was in the can. It wasn't worth it to me. That was just an innocuous, boring movie"
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"I don't have a problem with fame. I got into this business intending to be very successful, but I wanted it to be at my price"
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"Mostly I do films that mainstream Hollywood wouldn't touch"
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"I was making a lot of independent movies before the independent movement"
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"I think The Exorcist is the best American horror movie ever made. Friedkin was at the top of his game"
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"I really tried to make movies I wanted to see. I thought that if I was good enough, somebody would always need me"
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"I don't find movies interesting. I just want to do the movies that made me interested in getting into movies, and they're few and far between"
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"Everybody acts like they're in a movie in most movies. That's why they stink"
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"Training Day was such a Hollywood movie; I didn't like it"
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"If I was coming into the business today, I wouldn't be in it. Knowing what I know, absolutely not"
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"I try to stay under the radar"
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"I made three movies in 1995 and I was unhappy with all of them: Sleepers, Incognito, and Speed 2"
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"I don't like people who use the press to advance themselves in a way that they haven't earned as an actor, performer or director"
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"Pacino's always played the suffering prince. I just find that interesting"
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"I have a problem with the blatant celebrity exhibitionism that happens in this business and being sold purely as a brand"
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"You know how many movies it took Tom Cruise before he was making 5, 6 million dollars? It probably took a billion dollars in box office"
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"Now, being on the cover of Vanity Fair is as important as being in great movies. The lines are very, very blurred"
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"I never turned down a movie because they wouldn't give me enough money"


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