Chris Mckay Quotes

Chris McKay, also known as Chris Taylor, is an American film and television director, producer, editor, animator, and visual effects artist. He is best known for directing and editing three seasons of Robot Chicken and two seasons of Moral Orel. He worked as an animation co-director on The Lego Movie (2014) with Phil Lord and Christopher Miller. He made his feature film directorial debut with The Lego Batman Movie (2017). He is attached to direct a live-action film about Nightwing.

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“It's sort of a crime scene investigation. There was life here. ... We've got to pull that out.”

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“There are so many leaders on this team - so many quality ballplayers - we said we owed it to each other. We deserved to do a better job, especially in front of these fans.”

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“Now, if you drop your keys at night, can't find the fuse box during a power outage, have trouble finding your seat in a dark theatre or are struggling to read a menu, map, receipt or a label, you've got the solution right on your wrist. Oh, and it also tells time!”

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“Key would be the detection of carbon and nitrogen containing particles.”

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“If you look at our own planet Earth, for half of its history, life was microscopic. It's the first step to more complicated life.”

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“It will be a symbolic step of life from Earth, leaving Earth, and growing somewhere else.”

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“So, I got stuck reading for them and paying the bill.”

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“Operating in one community doesn't lend itself to a big TV buy. You get a broad reach, but it's cluttered. The challenge is breaking through...intercepting consumers where they shop or are entertained communicates that we are a local company investing to give them more TV and broadband choice.”

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“We've briefed a top barrister in constitutional law and we're ready to go.”

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“We didn't come out focused enough, we weren't making smart plays.”

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“The work is very relevant to Mars because we know the surface of Mars is as dead as a doornail and any life there -- if it exists -- would live underground.”

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