Mark Ronson's movie tears
Mark Ronson loves taking long-distance flights because he can watch romantic movies and relax
This article is from 2010.
Mark Ronson cries at chick flicks.
The 'Bike Song' artist - who grew up splitting his time between New York and London - said he enjoys taking trans-Atlantic flights because it means he can properly relax and watch something he doesn't have to concentrate too hard on.
Explaining why he enjoys long flights, he said "It's seven hours where no one can touch you and no one can reach you. It's such decompression for me. I love watching those c****y Sandra Bullock movies. There was a study recently that said the altitude when you're flying makes you more sensitive, emotionally.
"It must be true because I always cry during those movies when I'm on the plane."
Mark added that he loves the solitary nature of travelling on the plane, and the fact nobody can email or call him.
The 'Stop Me' hitmaker also revealed he recently got rid of his Blackberry mobile communication device so he didn't have to have his life invaded by e-mail.
He added: "Empires were governed where it would take five days to send a letter to the generals at war.
"The world does not end if you don't answer an e-mail in three minutes about whether you're going to wear a plaid shirt on a TV show."