Movie Quote of the Day – Across The Universe, 2007 (dir. Julie Taymor)
Max’s Father: Goddammit, Max! Get serious, for once! What are you going to DO with your life?
Max: Why is it always what will I do? “What will he do”, “What will he do,” “Oh, my god what will he do”, Do, do, do, do, do. Why isn’t the issue here who I am?
Uncle Teddy: Because, Maxwell, what you do defines who you are.
Max: No, Uncle Teddy. Who you are defines what you do. Right Jude?
Jude: Well, surely it’s not what you do, but the, uh… the way that you do it.
Posted on October 15, 2010, in Movie Quote of the Day and tagged 2007, Across the Universe, Bill Irwin, Dick Clement, Dylan Baker, Ian La Frenais, Jim Sturgess, Joe Anderson, Julie Taymor. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.
This movie is far too underrated.
For what it’s worth, my favorite number is a toss-up between “Let It Be” and “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”
I love this film so much. People give it shit, but basically it does what Glee does, only classier and with an actual story to fit with the songs. And a story that beautifully depicts a turbulent time in American history.
My favorite numbers are either “I’ve Just Seen A Face” or “Hey Jude” I think.
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