Explode Quotes by Lee Marvin, Colin Hanks, Peter Bergen, Alice Weaver Flaherty, Bill Evans, Langston Hughes and many others.
‘Straight Outta Compton‘ is not a story we didn’t know about or anything like that, but it’s just something that resonated really well… It had no choice but to explode.
I think in many ways, I’m sort of a blank canvas, because in many ways, I’m just observing the world and the people around me and their characters and letting them kind of explode off me and to find out why they’re doing what they’re doing. But then every once in awhile, I get to take on a whole new character.
We all know the Internet didn’t explode until it became a commercial enterprise. Space communication will probably have the same characteristic.
If you explode onto the scene at a very young age, there are so many people pulling you in different directions. It takes time to recalibrate and see what’s important.
My mode of presentation is short-form video – basically I create fast cut, impassioned ‘idea explainers’ that explode with enthusiasm and intensity as they distill how technology is expanding our sphere of possibility.
I always thought, ‘I could go the route of saying some controversial things and have it explode, just do it like that. But I don’t do that.’ But of course, it wasn’t really up to me.
I’d rather see what young people are going through than see things explode.
Before filming I’ll be constantly thinking about my role at the back of my mind and slowly build up the intensity until I can explode on set. There is a very fine line between not quite getting there, and getting that bit too intense.
I keep trying to explain to people that the archetype of intelligence is not Dustin Hoffman in ‘The Rain Man;’ it is a human being, period. It is squishy things that explode in a vacuum, leaving footprints on their moon.
Songwriting is my way of channeling my feelings and my thoughts. Not just mine, but the things I see, the people I care about. My head would explode if I didn’t get some of that stuff out.
I think we’re past the point in entertainment where you can have one thing and explode. If you have one thing, people ask, ‘All right, what else?’ You have to be multihyphenate.
I always think the relationship between a teacher and a student should be short and maybe violent. You don’t need to spend years together. All you need is an explosion: you are the material to explode; the teacher is the detonator.