Larger Than Life Quotes by Maynard James Keenan, Jay Roach, Gary Oldman, Adam Levine, Lili Wilkinson, John Burnham Schwartz and many others.
I think the media made Manson, turned him into some larger than life figure and surrounded him with mystery and some shady glamour.
[Lyndon Baines ] Johnson is a big and larger-than-life guy, we just tried to give him the dynamic range that he actually had.
It’s been said that alcoholics are egomaniacs with low self -esteem. It’s the prefect description. Being larger than life and yet your pride is crushed with self- loathing.
I never got down with conveying a larger-than-life vibe.
I think that sometimes the whole larger-than-life gay thing is just another kind of closet. It’s easier to be different if you’re very different, if you go all-out on purpose. Because that way you can still hide who you really are.
Anyone who loved Tuesdays with Morrie should delight in reading The Five People You Meet in Heaven. Mitch Albom has populated his larger-than-life tale with memorable characters and filled it with the abundant warmth and wisdom that we’ve come to expect from this gifted storyteller.
I became a larger than life figure for one reason only. When you’re quoted in the ‘Wall Street Journal,’ the ‘New York Times,’ constantly as the expert in the business people assume you’re a lot bigger than you are. And then I had to run like hell to catch up with my own image.
I truly value the cinema experience, the tribal gathering in the dark to watch something larger than life. I like to sit in the first row with no heads in front of mine, and become one with the screen. I always stay for the complete credits so I can linger in the film’s story just a little longer.
Art is a little bit larger than life – it’s an exhalation of life and I think you probably need a little touch of madness.
George Oppen wasn’t a larger than life personality, but I’m not either. And he lived a long time, so he was happy. Going down in flames is fine, too.
A lot of people… kind of make heroes that are separate from us, people who are, you know, like… John Wayne and Errol Flynn and, you know, Denzel Washington… people who are different, who are larger than life.
I write larger than life. It’s what I do.
I like superheroes. I like the drama of it, the stirring, larger-than-life aspect.
I think the idea of a heightened reality and then the fantasy that we’re able to be swept up in, and then these larger than life heroes and the possibility of someone much more powerful than we are and greater, that can come and save the day, so to speak, is inspiring.
I think I’m comfortable making myself, or my speaker, larger than life if I can then cut myself off at the ankles. The way, in “My Major Prize,” the speaker does this drippy performance of sadness and poetry for some unnamed prize committee, only he lets us know that it’s all a wry game.
Bodybuilding is about making oneself seem larger than life. It’s about creating the illusion of perfection.
I wouldn’t want to do a Bollywood film per se, but I would like to do an Indian-language film. For some reason I think Bollywood has become synonymous with commercial cinema, which is song and dance and everything that is larger than life, and I am interested in the reality.