'Flight' director Robert Zemeckis

<b>You've done so much with performance-capture technology, with varying opinions about some of those films. When you look back at the early stuff like "The Polar Express," what do you think about? Do you ever wish anything was different or have any regrets how they turned out?</b><br>
No, not at all. Like I said earlier about "Back to the Future," I think you make movies in the time that you make 'em with the technology that you have with the abilities that you have. That's how they live and that's how they are in the universe. I'm not one of those people that believes in going back and changing things because you can. When I finish a movie it's done.<i>-- Matt Pais </i><br> <br> <a target="_blank" href="http://www.redeyechicago.com/entertainment/movies/redeye-videoqa-chicago-native-flight-director-robert-zemeckis-20121026,0,7852583.column"><b>Click here for the full Q&A</b></a>

( Lenny Gilmore / RedEye / November 1, 2012 )

You've done so much with performance-capture technology, with varying opinions about some of those films. When you look back at the early stuff like "The Polar Express," what do you think about? Do you ever wish anything was different or have any regrets how they turned out?
No, not at all. Like I said earlier about "Back to the Future," I think you make movies in the time that you make 'em with the technology that you have with the abilities that you have. That's how they live and that's how they are in the universe. I'm not one of those people that believes in going back and changing things because you can. When I finish a movie it's done.-- Matt Pais

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