When I was growing up, my dad didn't have weights, so he made himself a weight bench. Instead of a hand-me-down jacket, it was a hand-me-down weight bench.
A movie, it's like a very complicated timepiece. There's a lot of wheels in a watch. And some of those wheels, if they don't turn right, then, you know, the watch ain't gonna tell the time.
When I was a kid, the people that used to push other people around, if someone whacked them, then they wouldn't be pushing people around again. But you can't really do that with adults.
I love westerns. It's guys being guys. There's no room for frilly stuff.
I like a few vintage Rolexes, and Panerais are good. I'm not into sports watches - I like chronometers.
The thing about the UK is we don't really make that many great movies.