“Warner Bros. had their chance the first time around, and they blew it. It’s a factory job, that’s what it is, and I know the way it’s done. I’ve had too many friends work on those movies. I know the way it works, and that’s not the way I work. Alfonso Cuaron‘s [The Prisoner of Azkaban] is really good, but the first two I thought were just shite. They missed the whole point of it; they missed the magic of it. Alfonso did something much closer to what I would’ve done.” — Tideland director Terry Gilliam, a guy everyone loves for what he dreams about and stands for, speaking to MTV Movies‘ Larry Carroll about the Harry Potter films.