Ann Aguirre Quotes
I had a respected SF writer call me 'girlie' and demand that I get him a coffee, before the panel we were on together.
— Ann Aguirre
A movie I must have seen 10 times is 'Jonathan Livingston Seagull.' It's an old movie, but still such a beautiful message. If I had only one film I could take on my computer on a desert island, I would take 'Jonathan Livingston Seagull.'
I grew up playing sports, football, basketball, baseball, everything, and acting was such a different environment and different world for me.
In the early part of your career you are always compared with somebody until you can stand on your own two feet.
Today's public figures can no longer write their own speeches or books, and there is some evidence that they can't read them either.
We spend millions of dollars to remove pain from our lives. It's why so many people get hooked on painkillers. The body becomes addicted to painlessness. That tells you a lot.
Everything we did was criticized. For about thirty years we lived with the world against us, accusing us of things we didn't do!
I'm not recognized very often, and if I am, it's a die-hard Veronica Mars fan. Which is usually flattering and an honor. I really try not to think about it.
There are many programs specifically aimed at helping people in poverty start a business.
North America was ready for something other than a vanilla cooking show and we were providing the double dark chocolate fudge.
When I am shooting, I am inside the theatre, when I am in the editing room, I am inside the theatre. I always try to feel what they will feel. I see a film, not as a director, but as the audience. If I am entertained, they will be, too.
Generally what I produce is new. Of course, they are often variations on the same subject.