'Branding' has taken on too much of a role as a specialized craft performed by voodoo artists.
'Brave New World' dealt with a kind of proto-genetic engineering of the unborn, through really, as many dystopias do, it dealt with totalitarianism. The 1997 film 'Gattaca' updated 'Brave New World,' bringing us to a future where genetic testing determined your job, your wealth, your status in life.
'Brave' is one of those words that has been bleached of most of its meaning these days, thanks to far too many appearances in the glaring light of ad slogans and corporate public relations. I never thought about anything as brave anymore; it just seemed like a flabby, glib cliche.
'Braveheart' is way up there for me.
'Breakfast at Tiffany's' isn't a great movie because Audrey Hepburn is brilliant and everyone else isn't. It's a great movie because everybody is fascinating, and she is at the center of it being amazing.
'Breaking Away' was a great experience. It's the kind of movie that engenders a lot of goodwill from people.
'Breaking Away' was a great experience. It's the kind of movie that engenders a lot of goodwill from people. It's a movie that they cherish. and I feel very welcomed and accepted by people because of that.
'Breaking Bad' -- when I started watching that show, I thought it was terrific. I love the way it was shot. I love the writing. I love the arc of Bryan Cranston's character. I just thought that was just really, really a wonderful, wonderful show.
'Breaking Bad' and 'The Shield' were planned right from the start so that their narrative trajectory would come down in a blaze of fireworks.
'Breaking Bad' has definitely opened many, many doors for me.
'Breaking Bad' is great at blurring the line between good and evil. It makes you feel compassion for Walter White so you're with him throughout this descent into the darker parts of his psyche. The bad that we're capable of is all circumstantial.
'Breaking Bad' is one of my favorite shows of all time.
'Breaking Bad' is the best, the greatest, the most amazing thing I have ever watched on television.
'Breaking Bad' was a magical, amazing experience. I'm honored to have been a part of it.
'Breaking Bad' was such a high plateau.
'Breaking Bad.' Because it's the best American narrative fiction of the last ten years.
'Breathe In' was such a big deal for me. It was my first anything. Before that, I was going through 'Backstage Magazine' and applying for student films.
'Bridesmaids' proved there was an audience there that we knew was there. It proved that women go to the movies. They want to see story about themselves.
'Bridesmaids,' I think, opened up a door to allow women to show a bunch of different women in different ways of being funny. It was kind of like an arrival moment.