Actor Zach Braff has ruled out making a movie just for money following how much effort he put into making his critically-acclaimed directorial debut Garden State. Braff is determined to remain true to himself, and is fortunate enough to make a decent living from his hit TV show SCRUBS. He says, "I worked really hard to make Garden State, so I didn't want to just do something for the paycheque. "One of the great things about doing Scrubs is that I make a very nice living doing a TV show, so I'm not in a position where I have to go out and get that payday. "Anyway, I'm not one of those people who sits around thinking, 'Hmm, let me see how much money I can accumulate in my lifetime.' Don't get me wrong, I love living comfortably, and I feel very grateful for it, but I have that already, so I can make really careful decisions about the movies that I set out to do."