It's really hard to find good movies, and that's pretty much what I try to find, good movies.
Detroit was kind of a random thing where it was like a chance to be in a rock 'n' roll movie.
I had a hard time going back to school after T2. I really didn't want to go to private school.
But I'm not like sad, depressed miserable person. I guess sometimes I give off that impression.
But i think it would drive me more crazy to just go do a movie that I didn't believe in, you know?
It hasn't been a totally smooth road, but in the whole span of things I feel like a very lucky person.
Little Odessa. Of all my movies, it's the one that I still really love when I watch it and I'm pretty happy with what I didn in that.
If I was in a room with a bunch of skinheads talking about racism, then I would be disturbed, but after we finished a take, we were normal people again.
When I was a kid, the idea of why I wanted acting to be the thing I do for the rest of my life was different. It was, Oh yeah, I'll get girls and be famous.
I've always wanted to do a movie that takes place in the 70's and was about rock and roll and getting high, like Dazed and Confused or Fast Times at Ridgemont High.