I mean, they say that we're here as grownups for the Movies for Grownups.
I think every actor in this room no matter what your age, we're not grown up.
None of us could admit to that.
If we were grownup, we wouldn't be able to do this.
I tell you, you got to have some kind of a, I don't know, beginning mind and never and never and never leave it.
You know, he'll find that out later.
Now, I assume all of you voters understood what the hell I was doing in this movie.
This family movie.
I mean, to be considered a member of Steven Spielberg's family in a movie like this is a stretch of the imagination.
Steven, he always said that - or he said in this fact that there were no aliens or dinosaurs in this movie.
Well, he was wrong.
I am one of both of those things.
He simply said that we needed someone to play the person in his life who forced him to follow the art in his gut and become a director.
And I said, Who?
He said, some scary great uncle.
And I said, "From where?"
And he said "I don't know.
I think maybe the Ukraine?"
And I said, "Well, what did he sound like?"
And he said, "We hardly understood a word he said."
So I waited for some further description, and there was none.
I mean, he said, "Just read the script."
And that was the last direction I got from one of the most important directors of America.
Well, I guess you all must have, you know, understood what I was doing in this movie or my character, because you gave me this.
[Applause] Which I truly, I really do appreciate this, and I'm humbled by this.
I mean, I don't know how you came up with.
Oh, and here's the kicker.
Well, the perhaps the real redeeming quality of my character, he gets to leave the film in a taxi, so I thank you.
So I will cherish this.
I cherish this.
And good night.