FourFourtwo: The Angry Birds Movie is not the only movie coming out with an anger management theme.
There are a few more movies coming out on the same theme in 2017, and the best of the bunch is Angry Birds: The Movie, which is coming out June 25.
The movie follows a group of birds and their owners, who have to learn to work together to keep the world safe from a threat from the outside world.
We talked to director Scott Hahn about what makes Angry Birds such a good movie and why the theme has been so successful.
How did the idea come about?
What inspired the Angry Birds franchise?
I grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and my parents bought a bird house.
I remember being fascinated with birds.
I grew up thinking, “It must be cool to be able to take care of a bird,” and I was lucky enough to get to experience that in real life.
It was an amazing experience.
But at the same time, I grew out of the house and moved away from it, so I grew into the world of movies.
When I was a kid, I really loved the idea of movies, and when I saw The Big Lebowski, I knew I wanted to do something like that.
I’ve been really fortunate that I’ve had the opportunity to have a lot of freedom to do what I want to do, and I just think the movie is a great example of that.
What was your inspiration?
I think there’s a lot to it.
One of the things that I really love about film is the freedom to express yourself, to be yourself.
If you’re a big fan of animated movies, then you really appreciate how much of a freedom it is to create something from nothing.
The freedom to be unique is very liberating, and it’s a great thing to be a part of.
What do you think makes Angry Bird a great movie?
The movie is very grounded.
I think the best movie is the one that’s grounded in reality.
In the movie, you see the world in a very simple way, but it’s really a very rich world.
And the birds and the animals, the animals in the movie are so intelligent.
I feel like it’s just really, really grounded.
When you watch the movie with a grain of salt, it’s almost as if they’re playing the part of the kids that they’re making fun of.
But when you watch it with a good eye, you can see it’s not like that, and they’re just trying to make it more realistic.
What are some other films that you’re most proud of?
I’m very proud of my work on The Biglees, because I think it’s the first movie I made in the style of a comedy.
The big takeaway is, if you can make a movie with all the fun that you want, then there’s nothing wrong with it.
The Big lebowski was one of the best movies I made, and that’s a movie that’s not going to be around for a long time.
The most famous movie in my career is The Biggest Loser, because it’s an American family film that’s very popular.
I also have some other movies that I’m very, very proud to be working on.
I’m really proud of the work that I do on The Hangover Part III.
Is that a movie you’ve ever been to?
I have never been to a Hangover party, but I love going to a hangover party.
I love the hangover parties.
It’s really fun.
I got a little bit lucky, though.
I lived in L.A. for five years, so there was a lot going on, and one of my favorite hangovers is to watch the Hangover Party, and all of the guys on the show are just hanging out at the parties, so you get to see them all together.
Is there anything else you’re working on?
I really love my work.
I was working on my next movie when I got diagnosed with cancer, so it was like a time of no longer having time.
I couldn’t focus on it, and so I just kind of put it off.
Now, I’m trying to do another movie, and hopefully it will be better than this one.
I don’t know if I’ll have time to do it for another five years.
But I’m working on a book about my life, so hopefully it’s going to become a book that people can read and hopefully help people to find peace and happiness.
What’s your biggest regret?
There’s always regret.
I wish I was doing what I’m doing right now, but if I was, I would probably have a very different life.
But there’s no regrets.
You know, life is not fair.
Life is just hard.
I hope that one day I can look back and say, “Wow, I wish it was different,” because I’ve never had a chance to live my life. What