I've done films where we don't rehearse, and I've done films where we heavily rehearse. I like rehearsals.
It's not a science when you are judging art, but we'd be remiss to say you can't look at something and say, 'This is more well done than that.'
See, 'A Time to Kill' was the one I got famous off of. Big ka-boom, over one weekend. After that, I did films that I really wanted to do.
I go on The Daily Beast. The Daily Beast is one of the websites that I check out.
I will say this: one of the things that is a pain when you're expecting children is how much advice unsolicited people give you when you're not asking for it.
I've never been a jealous person, and I've never felt built up by someone else's failure - that's a cheap thrill.