We feel that what's too far is when you make a joke and somebody gets hurt.
In comedy, though, it's good to get feedback from the audience about what they find funny.
I think that's the key to being a director: to be able to get the shot and move on quickly.
I just feel I'm on a different page from the reviewers, so I've learned not to care about them too much.
We want the best actor, and that's why Matt Damon worked so well in this role, because he's a great actor.
I think we both have some darkness in us. But when we are together, we tend to concentrate more on the light.
We love the Stooges, and young kids today don't watch them. They think it's their dad's comedy. So we thought we could reintroduce them to a new audience.
I feel reviewers are tougher on comedies in general. They don't take them seriously, and the ones that get great reviews are not necessarily the ones that I like.
Well, there are conjoined twins in real life and we can tell a story about them so long as they're not the brunt of the jokes. In this, they're the heroes of this story; we love these guys.
The only thing we don't do together is get in front of an actor and show any indecision at all about what we think. We don't always agree, so we meet privately, then one or the other will approach the actor.