American films are terribly popular all over the world and American movie stars are terribly important. I don't know why.
For every big American movie I've done where I was the supporting guy, I've gone back home to Canada to do supporting movies where I was the lead.
My father didn't do a lot of direct education. My mother was the direct educator. She would put on these movies on American Movie Classics when we got cable, after my parents got divorced, which took like four or five years.
I always used to wonder why American actors were getting fat, then I made a U.S. movie. I'm seeing all the food every day, and there's lots of waiting around because making an American movie is very slow.
I'm a European, and I live there. I work in European films, and then once in a while, I make an American movie.
When I make an American movie it's going to come out all over the world-it doesn't happen the same way for an Italian film or a French film.
After 10 years of French torture - psychological torture - it's great to do an American movie.
Maybe every other American movie shouldn't be based on a comic book. Other countries will think Americans live in an infantile fantasy land where reality is whatever we say it is and every problem can be solved with violence.
Unlike the Afghans and Iraqis, the South Korean people solidly supported the American military presence, which was part of a United Nations operation.
I submit that those who run the American military at the top, and those whose boots are on the ground and who run the machinery and equipment, are sending a signal: You asked us to do something. Give us some time and we will solve the problems and we will do it.
In committing an estimated 3,000 U.S. forces to join international Ebola relief efforts in West Africa, President Obama seems to be fulfilling the plans of highly influential progressive groups who seek to transform the American military into more of a social-work organization.
If the American military begins to withdrawal, there will be no need for these armed groups.
The main reason for the armed resistance is the American military presence.
Laos is the ghost of American military interventions past.
It is vital that Iraq and the United States together send the clearest possible signal that those who commit acts of violence against American military forces and American civilians will not be rewarded with amnesty.
World's major powers, including China and Russia, don't want to 'finance' American military adventures anymore.
It is hard as an American to support the failure of American military operations in Iraq. Such failure will bring with it the death and wounding of many American service members, and many more Iraqis.
The men and women of the American military have the courage to follow orders. They deserve a commander-in-chief with the courage to give them.
The Humvee is an American military icon and will continue to be for decades. It is an essential part of U.S. military operations.
I have a lot of family members that served in the American military. I did not serve; I filled out the selective service. It's one of the regrets for my life.