Christopher Plummer Quotes
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Working with her is like being hit over the head by a Valentine's Day card.
Drinking was particularly fun and fashionable in the '50s. Drugs started to creep in and do their rather remote work in the late '60s and '70s. And then in the '80s and '90s everyone started to get terribly serious — drinking water all the time — or taking drugs. Poor old booze took a back seat.
When I went to see [Up], I thought, 'My god, what an absolutely marvelous movie this is. I mean it really is human. It really has everything in it. And that's the sort of thing that surprises you and that's the pleasant one when you can't dream of what it's going to look like and there it is, much more thrilling than you ever dreamed it would be.
I'm glad to see [drinking is] coming back these days, particularly in the young — at least they've got good taste. Because I could never connect with my friends who were on drugs. They were in a totally gaga world, but at least booze — you could be violent, you could be funny, you could tell stories. It was a much more gregarious form of anathematizement.