All right, that makes sense.
A 2011 Canadian TV interview reuploaded to YouTube last week explains Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey's catchphrase, and of course, it involves being stoned. In an appearance on "George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight" several years ago, McConaughey told the host that the phrase goes all the way back to preparing for the very first scene he shot for "Dazed and Confused."
"I'm nervous, first scene ever on film," he explains. "I've got friends in the car, I've been listening to this Morrison live Doors album. In between two of the songs, Morrison goes 'all right all right all right all right.' ... So right before we're about to go, I go, 'What is Wooderson all about?' And I go, 'He's about four things, his car, he's about gettin' high, he's about rock and roll and pickin' up chicks.' And I go 'I'm in my car, I'm high as a kite, I'm listenin' to rock and roll and there's the chick. Action.' All right all right all right. Three out of four."
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