Brad Pitt Quotes

The fighting is not necessarily 'take your aggressions out on someone else.' The idea is just to get in there, have an experience, take a punch more importantly and see how you come out on the other end. 

2008

The fighting is not necessarily 'take your aggressions out on someone else.' The idea is just to get in there, have an experience, take a punch more importantly and see how you come out on the other end. 

2008

Angie and I did talk about it a lot, especially with the birth of Shiloh. So we just thought that maybe, since there's such a bounty and that bounty is so obnoxious, we could take that money and funnel it into something good. And that's what we did. It's still a bit uncomfortable to do such a thing but I know it's right in the end. 

2008

Angie and I did talk about it a lot, especially with the birth of Shiloh. So we just thought that maybe, since there's such a bounty and that bounty is so obnoxious, we could take that money and funnel it into something good. And that's what we did. It's still a bit uncomfortable to do such a thing but I know it's right in the end. 

2008

Vivienne came to us early, as if she named herself. She has always been Viv. And Marcheline is to honour Angie's late mother. Knox is a family name - my grandfather's - and Leon is a classic French name. 

2008

Because you know... six kids. Because I fell in love. Not a lot of people get to see a movie where their parents fell in love. 

2008

I understand the essence of paranoia. I understand being hunted, to some degree. I understand a bounty on my head. But the movie is about so much more. The real tragedy is that there was a chance he could have gotten past this moment. He's wrestling with himself and lost that battle. 

2007

My job was to drive them [strippers] to bachelor parties and things. I'd pick them up, and at the gig I'd collect the money, play the bad Prince tapes and catch the girls' clothes. It was not a wholesome atmosphere, and it got very depressing . . . This girl – I'd never met her before – was in an acting class taught by a man named Roy London. I went and checked it out, and it really set me on the path to where I am now. Strippers changed my life. 

2007

Angie and I will consider tying the knot when everyone else in the country who wants to be married is legally able. 

2006

Yes, I have choppers. One is really low. There's a big tire in front of you, and you just feel like you're Slim Pickens on the rocket in Dr. Strangelove or something. And I have sport bikes. And I have dirt bikes. I've got a few builders who are artists in their own right. Their machines are art, like sculpture. I don't want to talk about it; I'll just say that I have a problem. 

2006

I'll agree that drugs are harmful, but we spend $40 billion a year on the drug war and $8 billion a year incarcerating people, 25 percent of whom are in there for drugs. If someone wants to do drugs, as long as it doesn't affect anyone else in a violent manner, as long as he or she isn't corrupting minors or driving under the influence or endangering others, shouldn't a person have that right? I know the drug war is a can't-miss political issue that no one wants to touch. It's the big pink elephant no one wants to talk about. Think of all the other things we could do with the money. 

2006

Ridiculous. Bulls- - - ... completely fabricated. You know, you find that these stories ... will turn one of us into the good guy and one of us into the bad guy. If you look at it closely or even not that closely ... it's ridiculous. Most of these stories, you get probably 2 percent real fruit juice and the rest is just garbage with no nutritional value. 

2005

It’s a good story.

2005

It's a strange focus, isn't it? That my relationships or relationship mishaps takes precedent over something like that [the situation in Africa] ... I understand it's about entertainment, but man, it's misguided a bit, isn't it? 

2005

For those who follow these sorts of things, we would like to explain that our separation is not the result of any speculation reported by the tabloid media - this decision is the result of much thoughtful consideration. We happily remain committed and caring friends with great love and admiration for one another. We ask in advance for your kindness and sensitivity in the coming months. 

2005

Actually I see it as a real badge of honor. Really, I enjoyed it. No more excuses, you know? ... I'm responsible... I can't blame anything on my parents... I'm responsible for my mistakes and my choices. 

2004

There's a real telling line when he says, 'I want what all men want. I just wanted more.' There's a real restlessness, and as I say, an isolation in the guy. Whether he's running from death, or trying to find himself in a personal glory, he's at a point where he's had that glory and that... that hasn't done it for him. And the Achilles heel, to me, is representative of his heart, because it wasn't until he opened up in way, it wasn't until Priam knocked some sense into him, with words instead of might, that he was then able to ride out the rest of his life with a personal understand of the greater humanity and, in all, his own inner peace in a way.

2004

Religion is at best a pacifer and at worst, barbaric. People who live in a vacuum get very scared of people living in a different way. What threat is it to you if a gay man is kissing another gay man on the street? He’s not coming into your home. This is public territory. Why does that fuck you up? 

2000

The way people focus on my looks, I feel like a girl walking past constructions workers. 

2000

Being married means I can break wind and eat ice cream in bed. 

2000

Listen, I don't ... morals, morals ... I have a hard time with morals. All I know is what feels right, what's more important to me is being honest about who you are. Morals I get a little hung up on. 

1998

You shouldn't speak until you know what you're talking about. That's why I get uncomfortable with interviews. Reporters ask me what I feel China should do about Tibet. Who cares what I think China should do? I'm a fucking actor! They hand me a script. I act. I'm here for entertainment. Basically, when you whittle everything away, I'm a grown man who puts on makeup. 

1997

I've always paid attention to religion ... because I grew up in a religious background, but I've never felt a part of any of them. I think there's something to be drawn from most of them — other than goat sacrificing. 

1997