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maisi
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All time favourite film dialogues

Postby maisi » Sat Sep 29, 2018 9:54 pm

We got 2 honkeys out there dressed like hasidic diamond merchants
They what?
They look like they're from the CIA or something
What they wanna eat?
The tall one wants toast, dry with nothing on it
Elwood
The other one wants 4 whole fried chickens and a coke
-And Jake, shit the blues brothers
The blues brothers? Shit, they still owe you money fool
Good to see you man, how was Joliet?

andthistoomustpass
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Re: All time favourite film dialogues

Postby andthistoomustpass » Sun Sep 30, 2018 2:02 am

:lol: images that brought to mind included Aretha Franklin, a nun and a woman with a rocket launcher

'I love the smell of napalm in the morning... Smelled like victory.'

'I said, Goddamn! What a rush!'

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Re: All time favourite film dialogues

Postby betterinrecovery » Mon Oct 01, 2018 1:12 am

Dear Maisi and Andthistoomustpass,
Oh I do like this thread.

First have to say I love the Blues Brothers film and the Blues brothers as characters too,
Also fond of Aretha Franklin.
sooooo....
my one of my favourite monologues is from the start of Bridget Jones' Diary.....

BRIDGET: And so I made a major decision.

I had to make sure that next year...

I wouldn't end up shit-faced and listening to sad FM...

easy-listening for the over-thirties.

I decided to take control of my life...

and start a diary...

to tell the truth about Bridget Jones...

the whole truth.

Resolution number one-- ohh--

obviously, wiIl lose twenty pounds.

Number two...

always put last night's panties in the laundry basket.

Equally important...

will find nice sensible boyfriend to go outwith...


and not continue to form romantic attachments...

to any of the following...

alcoholics, workaholics, commitment-phobics...

peeping toms, megalomaniacs...

emotional fuckwits, or perverts.

And especially will not fantasize...

about a particular person who embodies all these things.

Music ....ARETHA FRANKLINSINGING: What you want

Baby,l got

What you need

Do you know I gotit?
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(and may I add
All I'm asking for is a little respect when you come home)

and now I am in Aretha Franklin Land.... :lol:

maisi
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Re: All time favourite film dialogues

Postby maisi » Mon Oct 01, 2018 10:00 pm

You made me really smile. bridget jones's diary is really funny, even more so written down. and someone going surfing in the middle of a napalm attack... is that the vietnam film where they sing the disney song I wondered.

Aretha the queen- one of her songs used to be my ringtone. I think I know the blues brothers off by heart, could happily quote the good bits endlessly...Jake, you contemptible pig....fix the cigarette lighter....Illinois nazis, phssh, I hate illinois nazis...

But, for a new quote, er...courtesy of my daughter (E.T)

He's an alien, can't he just beam himself up?

This is reality Greg

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Re: All time favourite film dialogues

Postby betterinrecovery » Wed Oct 03, 2018 8:32 pm

Maisi
I've never seen ET :oops:
B

maisi
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Re: All time favourite film dialogues

Postby maisi » Wed Oct 03, 2018 10:14 pm

Hi b,

I don't blame you! And you were clearly neither a parent of, or a child with, access to a cinema in the mid 80's then. Only time I've cried in the cinema, my brother was so embarrassed :lol:

There's a huge amount of film quotes from my daughter as she loves her films and memorises dialogue, but my favourite is us turning up to a very hippy gathering when she was about 7, her taking stock of the druids, ravers, travellers etc and pronouncing "I don't think we're in Kansas anymore"

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Re: All time favourite film dialogues

Postby andthistoomustpass » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:32 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Quotes are about as far as I stretch. Some more of my favourites, anyone know the films?

I'm here to kick ass and chew gum, and I'm all out of gum.

I mean to have you boy, even if it must be burglary!

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Re: All time favourite film dialogues

Postby betterinrecovery » Tue Oct 09, 2018 8:53 am

Dear ATTMP,
I think I will have to google your quotes :D

isn't it strange that we can know quotes from films,
and even use the quotes,
and we may never have seen the film?

I have never seen the film 'A few good men'. I know the quote 'You want the truth' and ''You can't handle the truth', but I have never seen the film.
I have an old vhs copy of the film....my brother's copy
so note to self
will sit down with my popcorn and have a matinee :idea:

speaking of films, I have been to see A star is born with Lady GAGA.
I recommend it.
powerful, v sad, joyful, cathartic.
powerful Mental health issues
would not have gone to see it if I was feeling partucularly vulnerable though.
B

maisi
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Re: All time favourite film dialogues

Postby maisi » Wed Oct 10, 2018 9:29 pm

A star is born has been getting great reviews, glad to hear yours too b :D .I never make it to the cinema for myself, keep seeing films come and go that I intend to catch and don't.

Hmm attmp: 'A coward you are Withnail, an expert on bulls you are not' :D Don't know the kick ass one, give us a clue.

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Re: All time favourite film dialogues

Postby andthistoomustpass » Wed Oct 10, 2018 11:04 pm

BIR

A Star is Born, always looking for something worth watching at the cinema, I'll give it a go. Thanks for the recommendation!

Maisi

hahaha, somehow I thought you would be able to quote Withnail back at me :D .

A clue, ok seeing as I mangled the bubblegum quote.

80's film by John Carpenter famous for having one of the longest and best fight scene, choreographed by its pro wrestler star. It is also one of those rare US movies that criticises unrestrained capitalism. The fact it does it in such an entertaining way is a huge plus. Think sunglasses, subliminal messages and aliens.


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