Your favorite movie quotes

Discussion in 'The Moving Picture' started by fluteplayer07, Oct 8, 2010.

  1. "It ain't the way I wanted it! I can handle things, I'm smart! Not like everybody says. Like dumb. I'm smart and I want respect!"
    ...Fredo Corleone, The Godfather
     
  2. Bernie Zack

    Bernie Zack One of the Regulars

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    "I really like your shoes, Dr. Jones. However, at the moment I would not want to be in them."

    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom ( I think, could have been the first one)
     
  3. ronymark

    ronymark Banned

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    I love watch movie. I share here my few favourite Movie:

    Braveheart
    My sassy girl
    Titanic
    Gregory's Girl
    The Notebook
     
  4. The portrayal of Fredo in 1 and 2 is a fantastic one by Frank Cazale. The character development is really great and you know Fredo is doomed because he is weak and inept in a cut throat world.
     
  5. justanuthercap

    justanuthercap New in Town

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    "Serenity" is a treasure trove of memorable quotes, as is it's TV predecessor "Firefly". (At least for me)

    Jayne: "Hell, I'll kill a man in a fair fight... or if I think he's gonna start a fair fight, or if he bothers me, or if there's a woman, or if I'm gettin' paid - mostly only when I'm gettin' paid. But these Reavers... last ten years they show up like the bogeyman from stories. Eating people alive? Where's that get fun?"

    Wash: "Can I make a suggestion that doesn't involve violence, or is this the wrong crowd for that?"

    Capt. Malcolm Reynolds: What was that?
    Wash: Did you see that?
    Mal: Was that the primary buffer panel?
    Wash: It did seem to resemble...
    Mal: Did the primary buffer panel just fall off my gorram ship for no apparent reason?
    Wash: [Checks his instruments] Looks like.
    Mal: I thought Kaylee checked the entry couplings. I've a very clear recollection of it.
    Wash: Well, if she doesn't get us some extra flow from the engine room to offset the burn-through, this landing is gonna get pretty interesting.
    Mal: Define "interesting."
    Wash: [Deadpan] Oh God, oh God, we're all gonna die.
    Mal: [Grabs PA microphone] This is the captain. We're having a little problem with our entry sequence, so we may experience some slight turbulence and then... explode.
    [Hangs up microphone]
    Mal: Can you shave the vector?
    Wash: I'm doing it, it's not enough.
    Mal: Well, just get us on the ground.
    Wash: "That part'll happen pretty definitely"
    Jayne: We're gonna explode? I don't wanna explode!
     
  6. TCMfan25

    TCMfan25 Practically Family

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    Sam Spade: When you're slapped, you'll take it and like it. < This makes me laugh every time!

    Dr. Blandine Bentham: Cigarette smoking calms the nerves and gives you confidence. < the King's Speech (must see)

    What an absurd idea! What an absurd idea! Lady, you got ten absurd ideas for my one! Ha." --Humphrey Bogart. < The African Queen

    "Here's looking at you, Kid." --Humphrey Bogart. < Casablanca
     
  7. angelsmith90

    angelsmith90 New in Town

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    My all time favorite movie quote is "Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death!" from Auntie Mame movie (1958)
     
  8. DNO

    DNO One Too Many

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    The Big Lebowsky

    “I’m the Dude. So that’s what you call me, you know…ah. That, or his dudeness or duder or, you know, El Duderino, if you’re not into the whole brevity thing.”
     
  9. "How dare you yell cut on my set!"

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    "In twenty-two seconds I can break your (expletive deleted) spine. In twenty-two seconds I can pinch your head off like a (expletive deleted) insect and spill it all over the (expletive deleted) pavement. In twenty-two seconds I can put twenty-two bullets into your ridiculous gut. But I seem unable to do in twenty-two seconds is to keep you from (expletive deleted) up my film!"

    ...Eli Cross (Peter O'Toole), The Stunt Man (1980)
     
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  10. Ironically Fredo was the only family member who was supportive of Michael's decision to join the Marines during the war. Then there's the part where Fredo says a Hail Mary just before he is killed. It's never made clear whether he's praying for luck as he always did when fishing or whether the prayer was for himself because he knew he was going to die.

    And it seems that Coppola did an oblique take-off of Fredo death scene in Apocalypse Now where Chef (Frederic Forrest), freaked out by his encounter with the tiger, is babbling "never get off the boat," "never get off the boat."
     
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  11. nostalgic

    nostalgic New in Town

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    From "West Point Story"; Eve Dylan (Virginia Mayo) and Elwin "Bix" Bixby (James Cagney) are discussing whether or not to include a woman as the princess in an all-male play at the military academy:
    Eve: "Well on woman couldn't hurt..."
    Bix: "That's what Adam said, Eve!"
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    "Why's the rum gone?!" - Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow
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    Capt. Renault "Here I am master of my destiny, commander of my fate .... " paraphrased
    Waiter "Sir, Major Strasser to see you" and Louis leaves immediately
    Rick "Ah, I see, Gestapo spank"


    "I'm only a poor corrupt official" Capt. Renault

    ~Casablanca
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    "If ever I should look for my heart's desire, may I never look further than my own backyard!"
    ~Wizard of Oz (paraphrased)
     
  12. The Sting (1973)

    Doyle Lonnegan (Robert Shaw): Your boss is a good card player, Mr. Kelly. How does he do it?
    Johnny Hooker (Robert Redford): He cheats.
     
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  13. Subvet642

    Subvet642 A-List Customer

    "Ever been bit by a dead bee?"

    Walter Brennan in To Have and Have Not.
     
  14. AmateisGal

    AmateisGal I'll Lock Up

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    Black Jack Shellaque: You think you're tougher than me? (In a really bad French accent)
    Bugs Bunny: Yep.

    (Sorry - not technically a movie, but we watched this last night and I hadn't seen it in years. Forgot how darn funny those old Bugs Bunny cartoons are.)
     
  15. bil_maxx

    bil_maxx One of the Regulars

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    Black Jack Shellaque: I have twenteeeee , beat THAT RABBEET. Hahahahahahaha. (Blackjack Game)
    Bugs Bunny: (Turns over ONE card). Twentee Wan. Har har, har har, har. (Horrible french accent).

    Cracks me up every time. I actually start saying it to myself around the house and everyone calls for the straight jacket.
     
  16. "I'm just your average horny devil."

    ...Darrell Van Impe (Jack Nicholson), Witches of Eastwick
     
  17. Arthur (1981)

    Susan: A real woman could stop you from drinking.
    Arthur: It'd have to be a real BIG woman.
     
  18. MisterCairo

    MisterCairo I'll Lock Up

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    [Holding up bowling ball] "What the f%$# is this?" Dude: "Obviously, you're not a golfer."

    Dude: "They're not Nazis, Walter, they're nihilists." Walter: "Nihilists. Wow. Say what you want about National Socialism, at least it's an ethos."
     
  19. El Sid

    El Sid New in Town

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    The Big Sleep (1943)

    General Sternwood: How do you like your brandy, sir?
    Philip Marlowe: In a glass.
     
  20. MisterCairo

    MisterCairo I'll Lock Up

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    You had to get me started:

    Marwood: "I think there's something living in there [the kitchen sink], something alive!" Withnail: "What do you mean, a rat?" Marwood: "It's possible, it's possible..." Withnail: "Then the f*&%#@ will rue the day!"

    Marwood [writing to journal] : "Even a stopped clock gives the right time twice a day. For once I'm inclined to agree with Withnail - we are indeed living in the arena of the unwell."
     

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