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Posted by Upside on :
 
"sheriff murdered, crops burned, stores looted, people stampeded, and cattle raped."

Anyone know what movie that line's from? Post your own favorites too.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
blazing saddles?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Geez, that didn't take long.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
my hard drives are fast and so are my search engines [Big Grin]


OK,

"mmm..juicy fruit, my favorite"
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest?
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
yupp..Cheif Broom breaks his years long silence because R.P. has helped him regain his soul....
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Ok,

"I reckon I'll get me some of them french fried taters"

No search engines allowed!
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
sling blade?
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
my search engines are carbon based dude, not silicon [Big Grin]

and i don't know that one.. maybe someone else does...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Posted by Glassman:
quote:
my search engines are carbon based dude, not silicon
Now that was funny! And BuyTex got it right.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Posted by Glassman:
quote:
my search engines are carbon based dude, not silicon
Now that was funny! And BuyTex got it right.
lol, he din need search engines on the first one, thas logic...but you prolly *do need* to remind peeps of "the rules," or rename your thread...

OK ok...

"Daddy?! You can call me pa or father or you can call me by my name--but don't call me DADDY!"
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
no more?

easy one here... LOL

"get away from her you beitch"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
no more?

easy one here... LOL

"get away from her you beitch"

Alien,

and yup I had one, re "don call me Daddy!"
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
i don't know it...
gonna go check some people who claim to have "paid their dues" for a few hours. we'll see if they have or not...the blues don't come easy....
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
quote:
"Daddy?! You can call me pa or father or you can call me by my name--but don't call me DADDY!"
That's not from some obscure porn film is it?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
no,lol, do I need to give hints? a featured character is named simply "Dog." The speaker of the line is addressing a son of his; in real life, they had the same relationship...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
A Boy and His Dog?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Big Jake, John Wayne whose real son plays his movie son; grandson plays grandson, who gets kidnapped by comancheros, leader played by Richard Boone. good western...

OK, somebody else's turn ... (remember, no search engines)
 
Posted by keithsan on :
 
A. "if some A-hole starts to think he's charles bronson, break his nose on the butt of your gun"

B: "nobody puts baby in the corner"
 
Posted by Ktrain420 on :
 
A. good fella's
B. ???
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
quote:
B: "nobody puts baby in the corner"
Dirty Dancing?
 
Posted by keithsan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
quote:
B: "nobody puts baby in the corner"
Dirty Dancing?
LOL yep

ktrain NOPE
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
"bronson/nose"

Blackhawk Down?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Ok, an easy one:

"Now, you've got a corpse in a car, minus a head, in a garage. Take me to it."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Ok, an easy one:

"Now, you've got a corpse in a car, minus a head, in a garage. Take me to it."

pulp fiction, my guess, but what about keithsan's (A)--did I miss sumpin?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
That's right Tex and I'm pretty sure Keiths A line is another Quentin Tarantino movie, right Keith?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
great idea for a thread! suggestion, since k-san upped the ante with an A & B, better limit it to a, b, c befor more moving on... uh oh, RULES--1. no search engines (internal to site included)
2. no more than 3 at a time

or, let it freewheel? you startd it right?

(let's dont lose that k-san (A)--i wanna know the answer! lol)
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Alright, no new ones until all previous ones are answered and no search engines. Limit of three sounds good to me.
I'm pretty sure Keiths A line is from Reservoir Dogs but we should wait for him to confirm it.
 
Posted by Ktrain420 on :
 
you are correct about that upside.....it's reservoir dogs
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Ok one more then Up's gotta go to bed. Another easy one but an all time classic:

"Where did they teach you to talk like that? In some Panama City Hey sailor wanna hump-hump bar?"

[ May 29, 2005, 01:34: Message edited by: Upside ]
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Ok one more then Up's gotta go to bed. Another easy one but an all time classic:

"Where did they teach you to talk like that? In some Panama City Hey sailor wanna hump-hump bar?"

5 easy pieces?
 
Posted by keithsan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Alright, no new ones until all previous ones are answered and no search engines. Limit of three sounds good to me.
I'm pretty sure Keiths A line is from Reservoir Dogs but we should wait for him to confirm it.

yep fantastic movie.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
quote:
5 easy pieces?
Nope.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
time fer a hint...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
The movie itself isn't what I'd call an all time classic, just the line. Spoken by Jack Nicholson in a movie that borders on being a "chick flick."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
can't play: couldn't stand it, so I looked it up!
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
The movie itself isn't what I'd call an all time classic, just the line. Spoken by Jack Nicholson in a movie that borders on being a "chick flick."


 
Posted by Upside on :
 
You cheated?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
nooo, I would've cheated had I lookd it up then entered an answer. Instead, I patiently await the correct answer. Of course, as I did with the other Nicholson guess, someone might guess, which is just as good. So now that I've added my own clue, I would like to see a correct answer ASAP as I'm ready for the next one, lol
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Co-starring Helen Hunt. Someone should get it now.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
cant remember the name but he's a dog catcher?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
As good as it gets? Think its the one where he's a writer with all kinds of hang-ups. I remember Helen Hunt being in it.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
yay, a winner! OK, Pagan, your turn to pick one...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Ok...here's one...
"This is your life, and it's ending one minute at a time."
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Helen Hunt is an alien.
 
Posted by YunGFree on :
 
easy one...Fight Club

ok here's a couple...
A.) "Let's drink him into heaven, and hope he get's there at least an hour before the devil finds out he's dead"

B.) "...And if any of you sons of b*tches got anything else to say...NOW'S THE F***ING TIME!!!...I didn't think so."

good luck
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Posted by jodanreed:
quote:
Helen Hunt is an alien.
Is that a movie line or an observation?
 
Posted by YunGFree on :
 
probably an observation lol
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
" Give me the bat "
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by YunGFree:
easy one...Fight Club

ok here's a couple...
A.) "Let's drink him into heaven, and hope he get's there at least an hour before the devil finds out he's dead"

B.) "...And if any of you sons of b*tches got anything else to say...NOW'S THE F***ING TIME!!!...I didn't think so."
good luck

A.)Road to Perdition? I think?

B.)Definitely from one of the Kill Bill films
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Bob Frey:
" Give me the bat "

Bob..
Can you be a little more specific...that particular line could be from alot of different movies. A little context maybe?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by Bob Frey:
" Give me the bat "

Bob..
Can you be a little more specific...that particular line could be from alot of different movies. A little context maybe?

Rocky?

... and (B) would've been Bill-gore-o-rama I, I'm thinking (didn't hang for II)
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
{B}--Reservior Dogs?
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
Jack Nicholson : The Shining

http://movies.yahoo.com/shop?id=1800116994&d=hv&cf=info
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Bob...
I'm glad you gave the answer.....as many times as I've seen that film, I never would have recalled that particular line...

YunGFree...
Were the answers to your 2 quotes correct?
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
"You are a true believer. Blessings of
the state, blessings of the masses. Thou
art a subject of the divine. Created in the
image of man, by the masses, for the masses.
Let us be thankful we have an occupation to
fill. Work hard; increase production;
prevent accidents, and be happy."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Purl Gurl:
"You are a true believer. Blessings of
the state, blessings of the masses. Thou
art a subject of the divine. Created in the
image of man, by the masses, for the masses.
Let us be thankful we have an occupation to
fill. Work hard; increase production;
prevent accidents, and be happy."

THX-1138?
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
very good pagan.....
that is obscure....and yet? NOT! [Big Grin]


here's one:


"The turtle is laying on its back, baking in the hot sun, thrashing, trying to turn itself over but it can't. Not without your help. But you're not helping."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Bladerunner...when Leon is being questioned in the beginning of the film. Whats a tortoise anyway? [Big Grin]
 
Posted by keithsan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Co-starring Helen Hunt. Someone should get it now.

she is the worst actress,

winning the oscar for that movie was a travesty.
 
Posted by keithsan on :
 
I hate people. Do you hate people?

I don't hate people. I just like it a lot better when they're not around.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Posted by keithsan:
quote:
I hate people. Do you hate people?

I don't hate people. I just like it a lot better when they're not around.

Movie line or personal feelings?
 
Posted by keithsan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Posted by keithsan:
quote:
I hate people. Do you hate people?

I don't hate people. I just like it a lot better when they're not around.

Movie line or personal feelings?
both
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Bladerunner...when Leon is being questioned in the beginning of the film. Whats a tortoise anyway? [Big Grin]

you are good... i didn't quote it 'zackly right...

i was gonna use a more memorable quote, but we have had a theme of turtles this weekend in another thread... "have you ever retired a human?"

and there is a dfference between turtles and tortoises...

Blade Runner is a visionary film noire, i loved the comment the chinese guy made about the "synthetic" snake "nice work" [Big Grin]
 
Posted by YunGFree on :
 
A) Road to Perdition
B) Kill Bill Vol. 1
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
i don't know keith's either....


"never seen a man beat the snake before"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
i don't know keith's either....


"never seen a man beat the snake before"

Road Warrior... Best of the Mad Max series IMO
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
man, i even shortened the clue...
right again.....
it was preceded by: "ooh, he's fast", or :"ooh you're fast"

..i don't 'member 'em exact... which just makes it harder to use the PC [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's a quote....but also applies to anyone who has had a stock tank on them at the worst possible moment...

"That's it man. Game over, man! Game over!
What the f*ck are we gonna do now?"
 
Posted by keithsan on :
 
quitters
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
i remember a similar line in Aliens
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Aliens is correct...same character had numerous excellent one-liners from in that film.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by keithsan:
I hate people. Do you hate people?

I don't hate people. I just like it a lot better when they're not around.

I remember that conversation from a Mickey Rourke film....but for the life of me I can't remember the name of the film...or the other actor involved for matter... [Confused]
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
"Women Cry For It - Men Die For It!"
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
Another clue for Keith's challenge. I always make
note of anything related to being crazy.

"Some people never go crazy. What truly horrible
lives they must lead."

Lounge Lizard
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
some people can't "go" crazy i was that way from the beginning [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
How about:

"I need your help here, this guy's treating me like I'm half a fag."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Purl Gurl:
"Women Cry For It - Men Die For It!"

Reefer Madness....just suffered through the updated musical version recently [Eek!]
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
With Purl's hint...I'm gonna take a stab and say Barfly?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
* and Pagan is o-f-f to a commanding lead in the first lap of the Miracle Movie Marathon *

pick another, pick another...
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
"shoot her.......... shoot her"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
How about:

"I need your help here, this guy's treating me like I'm half a fag."

Goodfellas...I think...definitely from a wiseguy film
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
billy jack, oops--too slow, re shoot her...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
"shoot her.......... shoot her"

Jurassic Park....game warden guy...at beginning of the film.....when the locals are gettin munched on by a velociraptor in the transfer cage..

or

Anyone who has incurred Purl Gurl's wrath?
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
i'm gonna have to try some harder stuff [Big Grin]
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
"the spice must flow"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
dune
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
"you will see many things....... you will see a cow on a roof"
 
Posted by keithsan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Purl Gurl:
Another clue for Keith's challenge. I always make
note of anything related to being crazy.

"Some people never go crazy. What truly horrible
lives they must lead."

Lounge Lizard

Nice Purl,

Liked the hint, good ole Barfly, gotta love bukowski
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
A: You always have a very smooth explanation ready, donchu?


B: What do you want me to do, learn to stutter?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
bump, glass is first

quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
i already know that's too EZ so after that one?

"you will see many things....... you will see a cow on a roof"


 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Big Fish?
 
Posted by *Magnetic*Microspheres* on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
"you will see many things....... you will see a cow on a roof"

O Brother, Where Art Thou? [Big Grin] good movie!
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Goodfellas verified?

quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
How about:

"I need your help here, this guy's treating me like I'm half a fag."

Goodfellas...I think...definitely from a wiseguy film
on deck, I think:

A: You always have a very smooth explanation ready, donchu?


B: What do you want me to do, learn to stutter?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
A: nothing comes to mind
B: sounds familiar......but I'm clueless as to what films they are from...

Some hints might help maybe....
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
magnetic micro is correct, and yes, that is a very enjoyable movie...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
A: nothing comes to mind
B: sounds familiar......but I'm clueless as to what films they are from...

Some hints might help maybe....

sorry: i inadvertently copied the format for two movies, trying to do character A and character B:

rephrase:

oily maybe-bad guy: "You always have a very smooth explanation ready, donchu?"


sardonic early anti-hero: "What do you want me to do, learn [how] to stutter?"
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
"why are you dressed in that bunny suit?...."

"why are you dressed in that man suit?..."
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
Glassman, Roger Rabbit?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
A: nothing comes to mind
B: sounds familiar......but I'm clueless as to what films they are from...

Some hints might help maybe....

sorry: i inadvertently copied the format for two movies, trying to do character A and character B:

rephrase:

oily maybe-bad guy: "You always have a very smooth explanation ready, donchu?"


sardonic early anti-hero: "What do you want me to do, learn [how] to stutter?"

more dialogue, different scene (trying different ways to clue), this between "the girl" and "the hero":

She: I haven't lived a good life. I've been bad, worse than you could know.


He: Yeah, well, that's good, because if you actually were as innocent as you pretend to be, we'd never get anywhere.


She: I won't be innocent.


He: Good.
 
Posted by *Magnetic*Microspheres* on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
"why are you dressed in that bunny suit?...."
"why are you dressed in that man suit?..."

Donnie Darko ???
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
sorry PG, it was donnie darko....
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Purl Gurl:
Glassman, Roger Rabbit?

thank gawd--i couldn't make it fit "Harvey"

purl, surprised you're not all over the "stutter," wise-acre line...
 
Posted by *Magnetic*Microspheres* on :
 
Glassman movies for 600 Alex... lol
 
Posted by *Magnetic*Microspheres* on :
 
Btw glassman that movie made me feel wierd inside after watching it; somewhat depressing.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Yep, my "half a fag" line was from Goodfellas. Someone should recap here, how many are still unsolved? We should figure them out before we post any new ones.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Think BuyTex's is the only unsolved one at the moment...
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
Tex, wouldn't be fair. I've read all those books!

A clue, although not an exact quote from
Maltese Falcon, and a Woody Allen film,

"Play it again, Sam."

That is attributed to Humphrey Bogart although
that is not exactly his spoken line.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Would Maltese Falcon be the answer as well then?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Heres one...should be fairly easy...

"Look at 'em, ordinary f*ckin' people. I hate 'em."
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
Nope, not Maltese Falcon! Read my clue and think!

Don't want to steal Tex's thunder.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Your clue infers Casablanca....but I am familiar with that film and do not recall those lines from it... [Confused]
 
Posted by *Magnetic*Microspheres* on :
 
"Look at 'em, ordinary f*ckin' people. I hate 'em."
Fight Club?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Nope...not Fight Club
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Would Maltese Falcon be the answer as well then?

yep sir, the big bird,

and Pagan wins again...

dammm** I love that line: wuddya wanna me todo--learn to studder?

hahahahaha

Great Thread
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
quote:
"Look at 'em, ordinary f*ckin' people. I hate 'em."
That's an easy one and I'm surprised Glass didn't get it, Repo Man.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Purl Gurl:
Tex, wouldn't be fair. I've read all those books!

A clue, although not an exact quote from
Maltese Falcon, and a Woody Allen film,

"Play it again, Sam."

That is attributed to Humphrey Bogart although
that is not exactly his spoken line.

the Casa Blanca line is something like:

Go ahead!--you played it for her, you can play it for me...
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
donnie darko was very disturbing......
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Upside is correct...Repo Man
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
Well shoot, I wanted someone to shout out,

"SAM SPADE!"

Then make the connection.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
"Ladies and Gentlemen, Madam's and Messieurs, may I present to you a suave, sophisticated, debonair...Man about town".

Not sure if it's quoted exact but it's close.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
repo man was too out there( humor-wise )for me...

that biz is pretty serious.... it's like being in a military operation all the time....

here'sa nother....


"guts in or guts out? can't decide? alright i will"

 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
Upside, that was on television last night!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
"Ladies and Gentlemen, Madam's and Messieurs, may I present to you a suave, sophisticated, debonair...Man about town".

Not sure if it's quoted exact but it's close.

Young Frankenstein?
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
What knockers!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Purl Gurl:
What knockers!

Any movie from the 80's? [Razz]
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
repo man was too out there( humor-wise )for me...

that biz is pretty serious.... it's like being in a military operation all the time....


"guts in or guts out? can't decide? alright i will"

glass, you ever follow that escapade with Mike Hill down here? repo guy in Dallas, carried an aluminum softball bat cuz he din trust himself w a firearm. Some ex-military guy gets hired to extracate a kid in Mexican jail/prison just across the border. Miltary guy freezes mid-op, Mike Hill takes over and they get the kid. Became a Charles Bronson movie, via Texas Monthly, but I can't remember the title much less any dialogue...great story, though
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
repo man was too out there( humor-wise )for me...

that biz is pretty serious.... it's like being in a military operation all the time....

here'sa nother....


"guts in or guts out? can't decide? alright i will"

First guess would be Red Dragon...second would be Hannibal
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
quote:
What knockers!
Vood you like a roll in the hay?
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
Swashbucklers, pirates, public floggings, saucy
tarts, beggars, queens, & jolly rogers.

Cheech Marin, Marty Feldman...
 
Posted by *Magnetic*Microspheres* on :
 
We are the music makers, and we are the dreamers of dreams.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
so we just blow right past fava beans?
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
Upside, Tommy Lee Jones is in your movie, yes?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
quote:
What knockers!
Vood you like a roll in the hay?
you're just like the rest--7 or 8 quickies and you're out with the boys

* horses neigh wildly in background*

I thought they were following me around...
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
yes it was Hannibal... LOL... "mmmm tastes like eggs"
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Posted by Purl Gurl:
quote:
Swashbucklers, pirates, public floggings, saucy
tarts, beggars, queens, & jolly rogers.

Cheech Marin, Marty Feldman...

I had no clue so I cheated. Wont post the answer though.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
OK, here's one that should be quite a bit more difficult....

"what's that odious stench? it smells like teenagers"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
not an answer--comment only--

iss funny how a lot of these ring a bell but you can't q-u--i-t-e place it...

sidenote: i'm a gonna think up a good one for novels, not so fast as this one gets...any ideas PM me...
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
i'm cheating on this one, i looked it up because it's so long i couldn't remember the lines exactly, but it is one of the best monologues in film.. [Big Grin]


"Do you think God knew what He was doing when He created woman? Huh? No ****. I really wanna know. Or do you think it was another one of His minor mistakes like tidal waves, earthquakes, FLOODS? You think women are like that? What's the matter? You don't think God makes mistakes? Of course He does. We ALL make mistakes. Of course, when WE make mistakes they call it evil. When GOD makes mistakes, they call it... nature. So whaddya think? Women... a mistake... or DID HE DO IT TO US ON PURPOSE? Because I really wanna know. Because if it's a mistake, maybe we could do something about it. Find a cure! Invent a Vaccine! Build up our immune system! (Laughing) Get a little exercise. You know 20 push-ups a day and you never have to be afflicted with women, ever again!"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
i'm cheating on this one, i looked it up because it's so long i couldn't remember the lines exactly, but it is one of the best monologues in film.. [Big Grin]


"Do you think God knew what He was doing when He created woman? Huh? No ****. I really wanna know. Or do you think it was another one of His minor mistakes like tidal waves, earthquakes, FLOODS? You think women are like that? What's the matter? You don't think God makes mistakes? Of course He does. We ALL make mistakes. Of course, when WE make mistakes they call it evil. When GOD makes mistakes, they call it... nature. So whaddya think? Women... a mistake... or DID HE DO IT TO US ON PURPOSE? Because I really wanna know. Because if it's a mistake, maybe we could do something about it. Find a cure! Invent a Vaccine! Build up our immune system! (Laughing) Get a little exercise. You know 20 push-ups a day and you never have to be afflicted with women, ever again!"

sounds like Albert Brooks, but i dunno, good stuuff...i don't think you're cheating: the only cheat we have established is to search-engine for the answer and post as if you knew it all along...
 
Posted by keithsan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Yep, my "half a fag" line was from Goodfellas. Someone should recap here, how many are still unsolved? We should figure them out before we post any new ones.

watched 1/2 of goodfellas last night...
 
Posted by keithsan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
quote:
"Look at 'em, ordinary f*ckin' people. I hate 'em."
That's an easy one and I'm surprised Glass didn't get it, Repo Man.
damn, loved that movie totally missed the quote though.
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
Try this:

At a night club and the bands guitar is a human with the head attached to the rump?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Dusk Till Dawn?
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
Yep, unreal movie...

http://movies.yahoo.com/shop?id=1800253370&d=hv&cf=info


[Smile]
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
I still remember the first time I saw it. My wife and I rented it not knowing what it was about and it seemed like a decent two bit gangster movie until they get to the bar in Mexico and they're watching the dancer. What a twist.
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
ok try this:

Group finds a smoldering fire with some bones with meat still on them in the ash. They start to eat it and the recognize them as humans and spit it out. Not a word of english or any other language is spoken in the movie except for the grunts.

1982

[Smile]

[Smile]
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Quest for Fire?
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
yep... Dam ya been around.

http://movies.yahoo.com/shop?d=hv&cf=info&id=1800109171

[Smile]
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
i liked quest for fire... felt like i woulda fit right in....
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
I liked Rae Dawn Chong [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
Ok: dude makes another drive his gold vet into the lake. 1971
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
billy jack

cmon, Bernard, you get to choose...
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
dam ya good too! And Old!
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
OK, man drives his mustard yello Charger into a freight train to end th emovie...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Dusk Till Dawn?

jeez--Salma Hayek with the whiskey running down her leg...my new Golden's getting excited r sympatheic vibration...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
OK, man drives his mustard yello Charger into a freight train to end th emovie...

vanishing point?
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
glass nicholas Cage?
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
hmmm, might need to give more....vanishing point ended at a road block (i think....)....

this one featured several cars used in a getaway, and they got away, but didn't see the train....
the man driving waan't alone....
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Bob Frey:
dam ya good too! And Old!

saw it *nine* times, _then_ took my dad & he said, "quite a buzz saw."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
hmmm, might need to give more....vanishing point ended at a raod block i thought....

this one featured several cars used in a getaway, and they got away, but didn't see the train....

yeah, you're right, it was a muscle car, though...shot ended before/as the ------> ***
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
also had a car end up in a boat?
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
nope, that was live and let Die [Big Grin]
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
they robbed a grocery store at the beginning...
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
na was thinking of Bad Boys 1 or 2.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
oh i missed the bad boyz movies...
it was definitely a charger, this was an early 70's movies counter-culture movie..Billy Jack made me think of it.... it came out like 1 or 2 years later.... they were chased by a sherrif in chopper, but they still ogt away... [Big Grin]


 -

Peter Fonda was the driver...
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
Get 1 and 2 ya will laugh ya tail off !
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
Continuity: About an hour into the film, during the chase where Larry's 1969 Dodge Charger knocks a police car in the river, the '69 Charger becomes a '68 in one shot, as seen from the front, the '68 having a different grille than the '69 models.
votemap

Mistake Continuity: Near the beginning of the movie, Larry and his friend are fixing a car. Larry asks Mary, who is sitting on driver's bench, to turn the driving wheel, but she has fallen asleep. Larry wakes her up, and Mary starts to turn the wheel, without knowing that Larry wants her to turn it.
votemap

Mistake Continuity: The Charger explodes twice after crashing into the train.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Dirty Larry Crazy Mary
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
yeah, man the end bummed me out.. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
just realised i read it wrong, in Live and Let Die? the Boat ended up in the car not the other way around... [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
Boat ended up in the car...

Sounds like Smoky and the Bandit as well...
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
i loved those movies...i know they were garbage, but i still did...remember HOOPER? Burt played the stunt man...
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
10 - 4 good buddy!

[Smile]
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
night all, look for a novels thread if I get anymore PM interest...Upside hit a good lick on the movie deal...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Here's a classic scene:

Guy's a heroin junkie. He shoves a small bag of it up his "backside" to hide it. He then comes down with a bad case of cramps and has to run to the nearest toilet. He expels it in the nastiest, filthiest toilet you can imagine. Realizing what he has done he decides to go in head first to retreive it.
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
missed that one... Lucky me...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Not for the weak of stomach.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
BTW:"what's that odious stench? it smells like teenagers"

Powerangers, the movie... [Big Grin]
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
Upside that sounds like Trainspotting i remember the scene, but not clearly enough to place it there fersure...
 
Posted by Bob Frey on :
 
Fingers worn out here typing in the AM... Have fun.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
yep gotta get up early too...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Good call Glass. I figured no one would get that one.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
coulda been in Pulp Fictioon too, that's why i warn't sure...
 
Posted by YunGFree on :
 
how bout this scene (its hilarious)...

A guy slams his hands onto a table. On the table is a gun. The gun accidentally shoots and splatters a cat all over the wall. The guys then says, "Is it dead?"
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by YunGFree:
how bout this scene (its hilarious)...

A guy slams his hands onto a table. On the table is a gun. The gun accidentally shoots and splatters a cat all over the wall. The guys then says, "Is it dead?"

Boondock Saints

Great movie. Great music. Way too much foul language for a family movie.
 
Posted by YunGFree on :
 
good job chadsly
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
Here's one. But try to think of it before googling:

"Anybody want a peanut?"
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
The Princess Bride, too easy
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
I figure lines (especially famous ones) would probably make it quite simple. How about:

A guy works for a burger joint and the hamburgers turn to clamation and start singing and dancing.
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
Here's an easy one:

"I'll make ya famous"
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Chadsly:
I figure lines (especially famous ones) would probably make it quite simple. How about:

A guy works for a burger joint and the hamburgers turn to clamation and start singing and dancing.

Better off Dead.
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Ramius:
Here's an easy one:

"I'll make ya famous"

I had to look it up. I've never seen it. BTW, either I'm impressed that you know so much about these movies or I'm finding that I'm not all that creative.
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Chadsly:
quote:
Originally posted by Ramius:
Here's an easy one:

"I'll make ya famous"

I had to look it up. I've never seen it. BTW, either I'm impressed that you know so much about these movies or I'm finding that I'm not all that creative.
I think I'm just getting lucky...we must like the same movies.
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
I still remember the first time I saw it. My wife and I rented it not knowing what it was about and it seemed like a decent two bit gangster movie until they get to the bar in Mexico and they're watching the dancer. What a twist.

LOL, I remember that dancer scene. Me and my buddies had really high hopes for what was coming next, then we were severly disappointed.
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
Where is it from?

"Eggserroneous"
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Chadsly:
Where is it from?

"Eggserroneous"

It's from "Dusk till Dawn". The guys are at a bar and this eye pleasing chick is dancing on the tables. Just when it looks like clothes are coming off the place becomes a vampire slaughter fest. I didn't even know it was a vampire movie. If I had a choice I surely would have voted for the clothes coming off instead.
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Chadsly:
Where is it from?

"Eggserroneous"

oops.. you meant where is "eggserroneous" from, my bad.

Sounds familiar, maybe, but I got no clue where from.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Need a hint with eggserroneous.
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
comedy from 1987
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Chadsly:
comedy from 1987

Sounds like Bill & Ted
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
It does, but it's not. Anyone else need another hint?
 
Posted by YunGFree on :
 
its an Ernest movie isnt it?
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by YunGFree:
its an Ernest movie isnt it?

Yep, which one was made in 1987?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Ernest goes to camp?
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
That's it... Ernest goes to camp. One of my all-time favorites. Everyone here loves Ernest, right?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
This a quote from a movie....and not to be misconstrued as a commentary on our current political leadership [Wink]

"The fate of the planet is in the hands of a bunch of retards I wouldn't trust with a potato gun."
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Wild guess, Fahrenheit 911?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Wild guess, Fahrenheit 911?

Nope...not correct
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
"...and Steve, if you need anything? Just whistle."

She turns to exit...turns back

"You *do* know how to whistle, donchu?

Just put your lips togther and blow."

THEN she exits...

Movie AND actress, please...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
This a quote from a movie....and not to be misconstrued as a commentary on our current political leadership [Wink]

"The fate of the planet is in the hands of a bunch of retards I wouldn't trust with a potato gun."

oops, thought no one had made an entry: Pagan's next...

my guesses: War of the Roses? no? OK uhhh Men in Black!!!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
BuyTex...
Incorrect...here's a hint. It's another quote from the same movie....

"Well it's about time, I haven't thrown up in about an hour."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
stumped...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Are we still trying to figure out the potato head line?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
stumped...

Thought you guys would have gotten that one...

Armageddon
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
"...and Steve, if you need anything? Just whistle."

She turns to exit...turns back

"You *do* know how to whistle, donchu?

Just put your lips togther and blow."

THEN she exits...

Movie AND actress, please...


 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
I think HAVE it or maybe I HAVE NOT. Just a hint for others.
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Him: She's really got him by the balls.
Her: That's not so bad, is it?
Him: It depends on the grip!
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Him: She's really got him by the balls.
Her: That's not so bad, is it?
Him: It depends on the grip!

Rounders!!!

(this is one I am sure of)
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
"...and Steve, if you need anything? Just whistle."

She turns to exit...turns back

"You *do* know how to whistle, donchu?

Just put your lips togther and blow."

THEN she exits...

Movie AND actress, please...


ahhh, no skipping...


-- he who never sleeps --
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
ohh. nevermind...Chadsly's hint is more or the less the answer.


as you were!
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
"...and Steve, if you need anything? Just whistle."

She turns to exit...turns back

"You *do* know how to whistle, donchu?

Just put your lips togther and blow."

THEN she exits...

Movie AND actress, please...


ahhh, no skipping...


-- he who never sleeps --

Lauren Bacall--To have and have not--with bogie
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
"Go. Get the butter."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
"Go. Get the butter."

Last Tango in Paris
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
First guy: "Nice tie, Lt. Anus, sir."
Second guy: "Are you calling me an a**hole, a**hole?"
First guy: "I'm calling you an anus, anus. But, if you prefer."
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
i'm cheating on this one, i looked it up because it's so long i couldn't remember the lines exactly, but it is one of the best monologues in film.. [Big Grin]


"Do you think God knew what He was doing when He created woman? Huh? No ****. I really wanna know. Or do you think it was another one of His minor mistakes like tidal waves, earthquakes, FLOODS? You think women are like that? What's the matter? You don't think God makes mistakes? Of course He does. We ALL make mistakes. Of course, when WE make mistakes they call it evil. When GOD makes mistakes, they call it... nature. So whaddya think? Women... a mistake... or DID HE DO IT TO US ON PURPOSE? Because I really wanna know. Because if it's a mistake, maybe we could do something about it. Find a cure! Invent a Vaccine! Build up our immune system! (Laughing) Get a little exercise. You know 20 push-ups a day and you never have to be afflicted with women, ever again!"

bump.....
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Sorry glass....didn't realize there was a quote still open...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
How bout a hint?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
is it a Woody Allen?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Kinda sounds like a Woody Allen ramble, doesn't it? You can almost picture him pacing as he says it.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
Jack Nicholson and Cher...
( and yeah i can imagine Woody Allen goin on that rant too...but Jack did it right...)
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
I'm gonna have to cheat. I don't know any movies that they've been in together.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
quote:
"son, yer gonna drive me ta drinkin' if ya don't stop drivin' that hot-rod linkin...."
Now that one I know! That's Commander Cody and his Lost Planet Airmen. I had the 45 as a kid.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
yeah, Commander Cody, good stuff...
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
in the movie? somebody puked up a bucket o'cherry pits in church [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Is it cheating if I ask my wife?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
The devil one...novel by famous writer...its coming to me...Witches of Eastwick? or sumpin like that
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Is that it? I've never seen it.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
yup tex got it...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
ok, who's next? Pagan?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
You are Tex, you got the last one.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
First guy: "Nice tie, Lt. Anus, sir."
Second guy: "Are you calling me an a**hole, a**hole?"
First guy: "I'm calling you an anus, anus. But, if you prefer."

Here's a hint...another quote from the same movie...

"I'm so terrific, I even have my own toll-free number: 1-800-UNBELIEVABLE"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Is it an Eddie Murphey?

*SIDENOTE* TV's copying us! just saw the last part of an ad for "Movie Quotes" special show coming up, June 21, I think...

quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
First guy: "Nice tie, Lt. Anus, sir."
Second guy: "Are you calling me an a**hole, a**hole?"
First guy: "I'm calling you an anus, anus. But, if you prefer."

Here's a hint...another quote from the same movie...

"I'm so terrific, I even have my own toll-free number: 1-800-UNBELIEVABLE"


 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Nope...not an Eddie Murphy film. I'll give you another hint that should make it easy....

Take a roll of the Dice and guess again [Big Grin]
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
I must not've seen it...someone will get it tomorrow with these clues, I bet...
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
First guy: "Nice tie, Lt. Anus, sir."
Second guy: "Are you calling me an a**hole, a**hole?"
First guy: "I'm calling you an anus, anus. But, if you prefer."

Here's a hint...another quote from the same movie...

"I'm so terrific, I even have my own toll-free number: 1-800-UNBELIEVABLE"

Ford Fairlane? I like the fish one better.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Ford Fairlane is correct!!
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
should be an easy one...

"Do or do not, there is no try."
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
That's Yoda. Just not sure which one it's from. The second one (going by release date) I think.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
was Yoda still training Luke in II? I say the original Star Wars, #1 (don't know all individual names...)
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
was Yoda still training Luke in II? I say the original Star Wars, #1 (don't know all individual names...)

Yoda wasn't in the first one...he came along in the second movie....
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
oh...well, then Upside's correct, yes?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Certainly looks that way to me so here goes:

"You're an errand boy, sent by grocery clerks, to collect a bill."
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Apocalypse Now, just watched that movie this weekend. and remember Charlie don't surf!
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
so, pick a line, ohdag...your turn (assuming Up agrees, of course, but you seem pretty sure...)
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
"I've won and lost a dozen fortunes, killed many men and loved only one woman with a passion a flea like you could never begin to understand."
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Up agrees and doesn't know ohdag's line.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
nope, me either, can't tell whether gangster or western...
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
One of the best movies ever...Secondhand Lions.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
always wanted to see that...
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Ding Ding Ding we have a winner, great movie and it is Secondhand Lions.
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
Hey Tex..."You're not a steer are ya?"
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
Actually the line is "Only two things come from texas, steers and queers, and you don't look like no steer to me boy."
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
BTW I'm not insinuating anything.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
I prolly would've walked out, lol, unless it's like when the bad guy tells Rooset Cogburn, "That's mighty bold talk for a one-eyed fat man." Of course, Rooster whacks 'im...

whose turn is it? Or, is that your play? If so, I don't know it...
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
Assuming no one finds it too offensive, here's the line:

"Only two things come from texas, steers and queers, and you don't look like no steer to me boy."

Not a pretty ending to a movie.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Full Metal Jacket?
 
Posted by maumee river rat on :
 
"officer and a Gentleman" Louis Gosset Jr.
 
Posted by maumee river rat on :
 
"Are You suggesting that Coconuts migrate?"
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Full Metal Jacket?

Correct.

This is my rifle
This is my gun
This is for fighting
And this is for fun
 
Posted by maumee river rat on :
 
Ah, but you said it not a pretty ENDING to a movie....That was said in Full Metal Jacket in the middle of the movie... However it was the LAST line at the end of Officer and a Gentleman that was spoken by Louis Gosset Jr.
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
Sorry. Those two thoughts were supposed to be tied together in that way. I'll have to check out officer and a gentleman and see if it's in there. Sorry for all the confusion. Maybe I should just stick to trading stocks.
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
I don't buy Officer and a Gentleman. Can you find me the exact quote? A lot is at stake here and we need to define a clear winner. LOL
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
"I don't buy Officer and a Gentleman. Can you find me the exact quote? A lot is at stake here and we need to define a clear winner. LOL"

Actualy, being from the south, I have heard that line too many times to count. I do not have the exact quote. But in training Louis Gosset, does say that line to MAYO.
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
Alright, let's skip it and keep going. Someone else pick a scene, line, or whatever.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
steers/queers: Oklahoma ref in O&G
apparently changed to "gays & strays" for TV

Texas ref in FMJ

http://www.fast-rewind.com/

http://www.moviequotes.com/repository.cgi?pg=3&tt=72934


New one:

As they're rounding the corner leading from the cell block--
cop: "And if you [screw around, mess up, mess with me, whatever], you'll regret the day you met me."

off camera, inmate says: "I awreddy regret it!"
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Ill Take a shot in the dark and say Green mile?
 
Posted by maumee river rat on :
 
nope! I think it was sylvester stallone in.... ummmm ...Aw chit,, I can't think of the F'n title...Kurt russel was in it too , They were cops.. They got framed and sent to prison
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by maumee river rat:
nope! I think it was sylvester stallone in.... ummmm ...Aw chit,, I can't think of the F'n title...Kurt russel was in it too , They were cops.. They got framed and sent to prison

Tango and Cash?
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by maumee river rat:
nope! I think it was sylvester stallone in.... ummmm ...Aw chit,, I can't think of the F'n title...Kurt russel was in it too , They were cops.. They got framed and sent to prison

You talking about Tango and Cash? I don't remember that line.
 
Posted by maumee river rat on :
 
Yup Thats the movie!!! Even if its wrong, thanks for posting that!!.. It would have driven me nuts all night..LOL
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
was Yoda still training Luke in II? I say the original Star Wars, #1 (don't know all individual names...)

Yoda wasn't in the first one...he came along in the second movie....
Yup, it's Yoda...while training Luke in the swamp.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
steers/queers: Oklahoma ref in O&G
apparently changed to "gays & strays" for TV

Texas ref in FMJ

http://www.fast-rewind.com/

http://www.moviequotes.com/repository.cgi?pg=3&tt=72934


New one:

As they're rounding the corner leading from the cell block--
cop: "And if you [screw around, mess up, mess with me, whatever], you'll regret the day you met me."

off camera, inmate says: "I awreddy regret it!"

nope not Tango n Cash.


HINT: the inmate later posing as a cop, breaks up a brawl, yelling, "I'm your worst nightmare, a ni**er with a BADGE!"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
48 Hours...I didn't get the first clue...but I remember the second line.....it was Eddie Murphy
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Haven't seen that one in a long time. Good movie.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
yeah, I loved that, Nick Nolte's gruff, whisky n cigarette voice, "...regret...blah blah" then that cool off-camera take: "..ahhhhredddy regret it" chopped off like only EM can do, funnnny....
Pagan you're up--I'll slide one in, meantime:

"I'm your huckleberry."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Tombstone...great movie....Val Kilmer was excellent as Doc Holliday
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Great movie and line, Tex. Whenever I play cards I use that line atleast 3 times in a night.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's a new quote...

"You could get a good look at a T-bone by sticking your head up a bull's @ss, but I'd rather take the butcher's word for it!"
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Tommy Boy???
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by DirtyDealer1123:
Great movie and line, Tex. Whenever I play cards I use that line atleast 3 times in a night.

ur a daisy if you do...lol
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Here's a new quote...

"You could get a good look at a T-bone by sticking your head up a bull's @ss, but I'd rather take the butcher's word for it!"

So did Dealer get it? He said "Tommy Boy"

(buddy of mine, out on the job, will occasionally stop, and for no apparent reason, call out, "Tommy LOVES wingees!")
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Dealer got It. Tommy Boy is right
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
" Like two peas in a pod"-- dont know the name of the movie but tthe actors are good enough. extra points for the title
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
You mean Forest Gump?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
nope
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
Then we're gonna need a lot more. That line's in a lot of movies.
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
yeah, I loved that, Nick Nolte's gruff, whisky n cigarette voice, "...regret...blah blah" then that cool off-camera take: "..ahhhhredddy regret it" chopped off like only EM can do, funnnny....
Pagan you're up--I'll slide one in, meantime:

"I'm your huckleberry."

I can't believe I wasn't here for Tombstone. Awesome flick.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
ok I'll give ya more---- a comic duo of the 30s
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Abbott and Costello? Weren't they performing in the 30's?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
sorry it took so long-i had to work,but thats not it either. A clue i guess-- you all know who it is- very popular. they did tons of shorts and one was heavyset{fat}
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Laurel and Hardy?
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
I get it now. Hardy used to always say, "like two peas in a pod."
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
correct,my man
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
"Yippee-ki-YAY, muthrf****r!"
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
"Yippee-ki-YAY, muthrf****r!"

This one is going to drive me crazy. I know this one, but obviously can't think of it.
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Amergadeon?
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
No that wasnt right, but it was Bruce willis, and the movie (cant think of name) had a couple sequels. He was fighting Russian Terriosts in a high rise.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
yup, DD--the original "Die Hard," when our boy John McClain, with glass-cut feet, yanks a 9 that's taped to the back of his neck. Classic "boy, are they gonna get it" scene...

NEXT...
 
Posted by Chadsly on :
 
Die Hard. Finally. Thanks for the help DD.
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
NO......... TY!!! that was killing me I could even see the movie in my head.
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Who is next?
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
Here's one...love the movie.

yelling over background noise. "I am an F B I agent!"
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
point break...
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
"you'll take care of gill for me wont you?"

-Yeah i'll feed him till he's big and fat, then i'll eat 'em bob."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by turbokid:
"you'll take care of gill for me wont you?"

-Yeah i'll feed him till he's big and fat, then i'll eat 'em bob."

What about Bob?
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
indeed.


next up is a good one.

"i find you unacceptable"
-"yes sir"
-"if i did not fear incarceration by human authority figures i would terminate your life functions by applying sufficient pressure to your blunt skull so as to cause its collapse."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by turbokid:
indeed.


next up is a good one.

"i find you unacceptable"
-"yes sir"
-"if i did not fear incarceration by human authority figures i would terminate your life functions by applying sufficient pressure to your blunt skull so as to cause its collapse."

Pretty sure thats from the Coneheads..
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
wow.. your more of a movie nerd than i am. [Smile]

ok how about this one.

ok, im late, im sorry. I ran out of gas the gauge is broken or something. Rough neighborhood too, good thing i was wearing my neutral gang colors.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Ok....this is a bit of a guess...but I think thats from Liar, Liar with Jim Carrey?
 
Posted by Northerlights#5 on :
 
New movie quote-

Man 1: “I already told you I don't know anything about any f__king setup; you can torture me all you want.”

Man 2: “Torture you? That's a good idea. I like that.”
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Northerlights#5:
New movie quote-

Man 1: “I already told you I don't know anything about any f__king setup; you can torture me all you want.”

Man 2: “Torture you? That's a good idea. I like that.”

Mr Blonde at his best....Reservoir Dogs
 
Posted by Northerlights#5 on :
 
You are correct Pagan, how about this movie-

Man 1: “What did you say your name was again?”

Man 2: “I didn't.”

Man 1: “No. I guess you didn't at that, did you?”
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
boy, that rings a bell...lemme think a minute, lol, prolly too long to beat Pagan
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
i bet i can get it with a hint, though!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Not sure on that one....sounds familiar though. I'm with Tex....you may need to throw out a hint or 2 on that one...
 
Posted by Northerlights#5 on :
 
Same movie-

Man 1: “Beer... and a bottle.”

Man 2: “Ain't much good, but it's all there is.”

Man 2: “You want anything else?”

Man 1: “Just a peaceful bar to drink in.”


Man 1 from this quote is also Man 2 from my first Quote.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Nice clues.....Outlaw Josey Wales?
 
Posted by Northerlights#5 on :
 
The movie is from the 70's
 
Posted by Northerlights#5 on :
 
It's not Outlaw Josey Wales but you are very close.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
So its one of the spaghetti westerns?
 
Posted by Northerlights#5 on :
 
It has your boy Clint in it.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
The damned...the UNFORGIVEN...?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Ok.....they kinda blur together...the titles I mean...so I'm gonna have to make a double guess....Fistful of Dollars....or A Few Dollars More?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Or High Plains Drifter....the dialogue is similar in all of them...LOL
 
Posted by Northerlights#5 on :
 
High Plains Drifter is correct.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
i think it's the one with Morgan, where he tells the boy, "Kid, we all deserve it..." do i have the title right?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
ahhh, Pagan, you're too good.

Got another, if so, put this on deck:

henchman: "Just think, you could start all over. A clean slate, with a brand new name..."

gang leader: "You know, you're right! I could be Evil Bob!"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
ahhh, Pagan, you're too good.

Got another, if so, put this on deck:

henchman: "Just think, you could start all over. A clean slate, with a brand new name..."

gang leader: "You know, you're right! I could be Evil Bob!"

*bump*
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Maybe a hint is in order Tex....that quote has been sitting for a while without any nibbles...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
The lead role had a famous TV role, but in the movie version of the TV show, the guy was Raul Julia. if that doesn't tip it, it's too obscure so I will reveal next post...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Addams Family?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Raul Julia played Gomez, yes, originated by John Astin in his famous TV role; Astin played the lead in "Evil Roy Slade," which yielded the line of cult-fan-group lore re starting a new life: "Yeah, I could be Evil Bob."

You got one ready?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Movie quote...

"The Lord tells me he can get me out of this mess. But, he's pretty sure you're f*cked."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Bruce Almighty?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Not Bruce Almighty.

Here's a hint...its takes place outside of the USA
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Braveheart.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Since I'm almost positive I'm right, I'm doing an easy one:

"The pool or the pond, the pond would be good for you."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
On Golden Pond

The Dead Pool

The Swimmer

Winnie the Pooh's Big Adventure

Jason vs Freddie
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
None of the above. Think classic comedy.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
oh, whell, I was just throwing out pond stuff..."classic" in what sense?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Fairly recent, (10 years or so) well reviewed, and one that everyone pretty much agrees is a great comedy. Actually, I just looked it up, it's 25 years old, made in 1980.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
man, I aint getting it. Pagan prolly would. more hints if you want me to play. I'm back n forth between a graphics job on another 'puter and playing on the board...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Bill Murray
 
Posted by vg on :
 
Check out my links on the gangsta thread on the off topic post
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
top o the world, sumpin like that, he's in the himalayas?

razor's edge...it's starting to come to me, am i close? never saw it...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Golf course. How much easier can I make it?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
caddyshack? thought you said it was outside the us!
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
What? Nope, never said that.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
YOIKES & HOLY MOLY--got it confused w the last one! lol, yeah caddyshack was great...chevy, rodney, great comedy, good pick...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Ok, you're up. Gotta make it quick though. My wife and I are about to go skinny dipping.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
got anuther? i'll think up one if you don't...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Ok, you're up. Gotta make it quick though. My wife and I are about to go skinny dipping.

lol, can't compete with that--go have fun...thas the best...
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Ok I got one!! movie didnt do well so Ill even give a big hint on the actors.......
Joe P"Hey Gus its going to be a 10"
Danny G" 10 plus"
Both " BORDLINEEEEEEEE 11"
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by DirtyDealer1123:
Ok I got one!! movie didnt do well so Ill even give a big hint on the actors.......
Joe P"Hey Gus its going to be a 10"
Danny G" 10 plus"
Both " BORDLINEEEEEEEE 11"

Leathal weapon 4?(or one of the lethal weapon's)
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Leathal weapon 4?(or one of the lethal weapon's)

Nope!! But those actors are correct
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
I am sorry I know this one, Gone fishin
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
...that movie was a real stinker
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
ohdagagin, yes you 100% correct. Actualy I kinda liked it. Atleast that 1 phrase. Sorry it took so long to reply, but everyone needs a mid-day nap.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
*hotel manager, working front desk, answers house phone:

then, the phone rings (ha, sight gag)*

"Hello, yes---Room 123? You need ice-water?

Hang on, it'll be right up--I've got an onion that'll make your eyes water!"
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
any hints
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
big hint: Marx bros...one more hint after this and I'll answer...
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Don't think I have ever seen a marx movie
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
why not? are you communist? lol...
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
lol no just young, they were a little before my time.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
j/k, first Marx bros movie, way classic, transposed from Broadway "play" to the movies: "Coconuts."

Another great scene, where Groucho admonishes the hotel employees: "What! You wanna be wage slaves?"


OK--pilot says:

"I got to get me one of these!"

in another scene:

"Now that's what I call a close encounter."


{ don't you guys ever watch "classic movies"? doesn't matter your "age," man, funny chit...}
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
too easy, will smith in Independance day
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
well, after the last few...lol,

PICK one!...go...
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
"You're good, kid, but as long as I'm around, you're only second best."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
cinncinatti kid ?

Steve McQueen, Ed G Robinson?
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Yes sir
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
what's the one where McQueen bounces the baseball off the walls, to himself--to the greatly AGITATED costernation of the guards?
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
The great Escape
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
yup, couldn't remember dialogue...great one, though...
pick one...
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
great escape great movie especially to us steve mcqueen fans . you know also i have heard he did all those motorcycle stunts himself.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Just watched Scarface last night for the first time in about a dozen years. Tons of good lines in that one but I couldn't come up with one that wouldn't be censored beyond recognition here.
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
"Oh, I see, white man give you some stripes, you start hollerin' and orderin' everybody around! Nigger, you ain't nothin' but the white man's dog!"
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by ohdagagain:
"Oh, I see, white man give you some stripes, you start hollerin' and orderin' everybody around! Nigger, you ain't nothin' but the white man's dog!"

awwww I know this one...just can't think of it.

Is it Glory?
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
It is Glory
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
"The courage of your enemies does you honor."
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by ohdagagain:
"The courage of your enemies does you honor."

The Last Samurai?
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
nope
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by ohdagagain:
"The courage of your enemies does you honor."

We were Soldiers? (last guess)
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
nope
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
The Siege of Firebase Gloria
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Guy in a strait jacket when asked how he's doing:

"My balls itch!"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
offhand, i can't think of a guy in a straitjacket...hmmm

uh, uh, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" ?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Nope.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Up, gotta have help if ya want me to play, lol, that was my big shot on the straitjacket dealie. The only other one I can think of right now is "Lambs"
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Comedy, two guys that were together a long time, now talking about a reunion.
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Only other straight jacket sceen that comes to mind would be The Green Mile, but I don't recall that line
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Cheech and Chong??
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
now! there's a *pfff* re
**ffff*
yu!

***pffffff inhale***
Yun!

Damm, can one of y'all grab this roach?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Cheech & Chong in Nice Dreams.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
dang, I remember the movie, wasn't Stacy Keach in that one? Was he the one in the straitjacket?
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Think it was Cheech in the straightjacket. But Pee-wee Herman was defintley in the movie.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
I can't remember...thought Stacy Keach went "nuts" after smoking some of their chit...

anyway, who's got a new one?
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
only one I can think of is

"in the poker game of life, women are the rake"
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Rounders
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Yes it was ohdagain. Sorry it took me so long cable has been out all day.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
was that the one with Matt Damon, cameo by Johnny Chan?
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
Anybody see Batman Begins...I LOVED it.
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Yes Tex it was. Another GREAT poker movie is
HIGH ROLLER THE STU UNGER STORY.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Dealer, ever seen that one with Sly Stallone and Melanie Griifith? Not great, but if you're bored and wanna watch cards-movie, not bad...kind of B remake of Cinncinnatti Kid...but, well, Melanie, hullo...got some others you'd recognize.
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Tex, honestly, that must be one gambling movie I havent seen. And that is rare. But when I seen you type Sly Stallone, Lock up just popped in my mind. I just liked that movie, ALOT!
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
no, I got it in inventory--hold on...well, dammmit, caint find it! will check imdb tomorrow...lock n load, lol
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
"look dont ask me to participate in your stupid crap if you dont like the way i do it." "You make me get out of bed, you make me come over here, you make me make a phoney phone call to edward rooney. The man could squash my nuts into a blivion and then, and then you deliberatly hurt my feelings."

should be easy if you have seen it.. [Smile]
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
i'll find one you cant get one day pagan.. [Smile]

try this one..

"usual vault rules apply, touch not lest ye be touched."
-"your such an anal retentive b astard"
-"hey i tried to teach you how to handle comics in the 4th grade but oh no you wanted to play little league instead."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Thats either from Clerks or Mallrats?....can't remember which one
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
glassman's exempt, no searches on thread, either, lol:

sadistic flaming gay villain: "Just once I'd like to hear you scream..."

wise-acre hero, strapped to a chair: "Play some rap music."
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
pagan its mallrats..
tex... that one is the last boy scout.

heres one.

" A- im not that lucky."
" 2- we have smoke detectors."
" and D we live on the most boring street in the united states of america, nothing even remotely dangerous will ever happen period."
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Home Alone.
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
1)I was branded an idiot by everyone I knew!


2)They knew you well!
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
got it..

heres another
"ahhh my entrance to the winnners circle, but i am merely a servant do not warship meee"
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
"You can't fight in here. This is a war room!"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Purl Gurl:
"You can't fight in here. This is a war room!"

Dr Strangelove
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
You watching "Movie Quotes" on TV like I am?

...Love the bomb... etc. Yes!

"A boy's best friend, is his mother."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
I watched some of it earlier tonight. I'm on the East coast [Wink]
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
"A boy's best friend, is his mother."

I believe thats from Psycho ?
 
Posted by Purl Gurl on :
 
Yes, Norman, it is. Frankenstein quotes are
on right now.

"In the name of God, now I know what it is like to be God."
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
you skipped mine.. jerks.. [Smile] <-- smiley means joking
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by turbokid:
you skipped mine.. jerks.. [Smile] <-- smiley means joking

Gonna have to give up some hints on your quote....have no clue at the moment what movie it's from....
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
hmm i stumped the great pagan.. tee hee.. just joking
umm ok heres another quote from the same movie.
"if you were me then i'd be you and i'd use your body to get to the top. you cant stop me no matter who you are"
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by ohdagagain:
1)I was branded an idiot by everyone I knew!


2)They knew you well!

Originally posted by turbokid:
you skipped mine.. jerks.. <-- smiley means joking

you skipped mine first
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
*we interrupt this message*

Hey, in my local Knight Ridder rag--where I proudly toiled--the headline this morning, page one, banner hed:

"Say it again, Sam"

pretty funny
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by ohdagagain:
quote:
Originally posted by ohdagagain:
1)I was branded an idiot by everyone I knew!


2)They knew you well!

Originally posted by turbokid:
you skipped mine.. jerks.. <-- smiley means joking

you skipped mine first

Well since no one has awnsered it I will give a hint. Morgan Freeman was in it.
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Man, Did I kill this post? sorry. The answer is "The Power Of One" Awesome movie. Now you guys can get back to your movie post and I will leave it alone.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
no, dude, this thread runs like dat... keep posting.

lol, power of one--is that Chuck Norris?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Easy one:

"It puts the lotion in the basket."
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Slince of the lambs
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Yep.
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
ok heres a classic line "Never tell anyone outside the family what you are thinking"

(just wanted to revise this thread)
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
That's from The Godfather, isn't it?
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
yes exactly!
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
easy one--" You talkin to me?"
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
GoodFellows
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
nope
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
Taxi Driver
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
yep
 
Posted by Art on :
 
Hard one:

What is the title of the movie (made in the 30s) with Ginger Rogers in which she says:

"If she were any closer to him she would be behind him!"

 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
was Fred Astaire in it?
 
Posted by Art on :
 
No, but Jimmy Stewart was. It was a 1938 film, not well regarded, called "Vivacious Lady". I happened to watch some of it early this AM on TCM when I caught that line - a jealous Ginger Rogers said it as Jimmy Stewart was dancing very closely to another woman.
 
Posted by Art on :
 
Surely someone has said in a movie: "That wasn't my wife, that was a lady."

A play on the old joke.

I can't remember if it was from a movie - seems like it maybe.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Sounds like a Henny Youngman or W.C. Fields line.
 
Posted by DirtyDealer1123 on :
 
I can picture Rodney Dangerfield saying that
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
Another easy one
Cop says "He's got a rubbber boooobbbie!"
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
"Pain don't hurt."
 
Posted by ohdagagain on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
"Pain don't hurt."

Road House, "The name is Dalton"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
"At my signal, unleash Hell."


(oldie but goodie; when one is guessed, next one to be answered gets posted; if it's too tough, peeps ask for hints. Couldn't find this the other night--hadda to ask Pagan for help: Thanks, again, P)
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Gladiator. Great film.

Here's a fairly easy one for ya...

"AK-47. When you absolutely, positively got to kill every motherf*cker in the room. Accept no substitutes."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
dang--I *think* I recognize it...am I hearing Eddie Murphy?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Not Eddie. But the actor is black.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
will smith--uh, Bad Boyz II?

(out for night--if I'm right, you take my turn; don't have a good one in mind...thanks again, P)
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Not the Fresh Prince...think same color....older, but still hip.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thats pretty bold talk for a one eyed fat man
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
Thats pretty bold talk for a one eyed fat man
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Gladiator. Great film.

Here's a fairly easy one for ya...

"AK-47. When you absolutely, positively got to kill every motherf*cker in the room. Accept no substitutes."

i'm thinkin....sam jackson?.. pulp fiction?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
it is Jackson, I'm sure--but don't know the movie [Frown]

Yours of course is True Grit...
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
It was Sam Jackson in Quentin's other movie,
Jackie Brown.Pulp and Reservoir Dogs are still his best though liked the scene in Kill Bill with Uma and the Japanese schoolgirl.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Yep..it was Sam Jackson from Jackie Brown. Alohadream, you need post a new quote.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
ok I'll try one, just one word cuz it'll be easy

"Badges?"...etc...
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
We don't need no stinking badges!
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
and the movie?...
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Badges?We don't need no stinkin badges!
Classic has been heard in lots of movies but first heard it in Blazin Saddles but originally came from The Treasure of Sierra Madre with Bogie.

Here's 2 from a fav:

Son, you know you got a panty on your head?

Hey! You take that diaper off your head and put it back on your sister!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by alohadream:
Here's 2 from a fav:

Son, you know you got a panty on your head?

Hey! You take that diaper off your head and put it back on your sister!

Raising Arizona. Nick Cage's breakout film.

Here's another easy one from a funny film...

"She had hands as big as Andre the Giant's, and she had an Adam's apple as big as her balls."
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
I don't know it but with a line like that I'll have to rent it once the answer comes out.
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Sounds like a line from Naked Gun but not too sure.

Here's 4 from one of Hitch's best:

How does a girl like you get to be a girl like you?

I may go back to hating you. It was more fun.

That wasn't very sporting, using real bullets.

She uses sex like some people use a fly swatter.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by alohadream:
Sounds like a line from Naked Gun but not too sure.


Not from the Naked Gun series. It's from a recent film.
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by ohdagagain:
Another easy one
Cop says "He's got a rubbber boooobbbie!"

meet the fockers
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
"funny like a clown?"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
lol, where are we? Did Pagan's get answered:

quote:
Here's another easy one from a funny film...

"She had hands as big as Andre the Giant's, and she had an Adam's apple as big as her balls."


 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
lol, where are we? Did Pagan's get answered:

quote:
Here's another easy one from a funny film...

"She had hands as big as Andre the Giant's, and she had an Adam's apple as big as her balls."


The 40 year old virgin - funny stuff

another fav from that one - "The forecast today is dark and cloudy with a possibility of a drive-by"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
never saw it, Livinon, but heard it was funny...

Ok, I guess next is Aloha's Hitchcock pick:

quote:
Here's 4 from one of Hitch's best:

How does a girl like you get to be a girl like you?

I may go back to hating you. It was more fun.

That wasn't very sporting, using real bullets.

She uses sex like some people use a fly swatter.


 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Livinonklendathu:
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
lol, where are we? Did Pagan's get answered:

quote:
Here's another easy one from a funny film...

"She had hands as big as Andre the Giant's, and she had an Adam's apple as big as her balls."


The 40 year old virgin - funny stuff

another fav from that one - "The forecast today is dark and cloudy with a possibility of a drive-by"

Correct. It was 40 Year Old Virgin
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
yikes--outta turn [Embarrassed] -- so now on to the Hitchcock, Pagan, or I guess, really it's Livinon's turn...

You call it, it was your question...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Livinon can go ahead and post a quote while we're trying to figure out the Hitchcock quotes.

And on that note, gonna take a stab at the Hitchcock quotes and say Rear Window or North by Northwest maybe?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
I remember the first and the fourth ("girl like you" and "flyswatter" ) I hear Cary's voice, not Jimmy's


{BY the way, my bad for not reposting the guidelines when I revived the thread: No "searches" allowed--this is honor system for human memory banks, lol--AND we're supposed to answer one before entertaining the next --tex}
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
Forgive if I went outta turn? Thanks for the guidelines tex: OK, here it is -


"I'm so rich, I wish I had a dime for every dime I have."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
I remember the first and the fourth ("girl like you" and "flyswatter" ) I hear Cary's voice, not Jimmy's


{BY the way, my bad for not reposting the guidelines when I revived the thread: No "searches" allowed--this is honor system for human memory banks, lol--AND we're supposed to answer one before entertaining the next --tex}

Then to close out the Hitchcock quotes, it's gotta be North by Northwest.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Livinon...you're on deck, lol

Pagan: wait for an answer? I can "referree" by verifying with a search....??? ( which, of course, eliminates me from posting correct answer)
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
Livinon...you're on deck, lol

Pagan: wait for an answer? I can "referree" by verifying with a search....??? ( which, of course, eliminates me from posting correct answer)

Tex,
Sure, go ahead and check to verify. I'm about 95% sure it's North by Northwest after your earlier comments.
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Yup its N By NW,one of my all-time favorites with Cary and Eva Marie-Saint and the Twentieth Century Ltd. and the cropduster and the UN and Mt. Rushmore and a young Martin Landau.
The dime and rich one maybe Arthur?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
kewl, let's restate: livinon posits--

quote:
"I'm so rich, I wish I had a dime for every dime I have."
aloha says, "Arthur"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Arthur is correct. So whilst we are waiting for alohadream to post a new quote, I will post an interim quote [Wink]

"What is that? Smells like a turd covered in burnt hair."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
ewww, Pagan!

lol, have no idea what that one is...
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
No idea at all...

Can you give us a hint?
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
Arthur was the correct answer, nice going!
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
livinon, it's *tough* to stump Pagan...

ok, where are we?

Pagan's "smelly" one has *not* been answered, and Bigfoot has made a desperate plea for hints [Big Grin]

Also waiting on Aloha to post a movie quote we can guess...
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Hey all!Just got in and its freezing here in Joisey.Thought I remembered Dudley saying that quote to those hookers he had fun with at the Plaza.
Didn't know what the rules were and that I had to post another quote when I proffered an answer which I wasn't sure about.
That hairy turd one is funny and sounds like something Ace Ventura would say but have no idea.

Here's one from a movie I've seen dozens of times.

"All those moments will be lost like tears in rain.Time to die."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Bladerunner
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Bingo!Your turn.
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
HA! [Big Grin]

I couldn't stand it. I cheated.

Funny!

I don't like the next line in the script though. [Mad]


"It smells like Bigfoot's dick!"


How the hell do they know???

[Eek!]

The Bigfoot
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by alohadream:
Bingo!Your turn.

Bladerunner is one of my all-time favorites...I think the original is one the best movies ever; didn't care for the Director's Cut...

OK, from another fave:

"I have two guns--one for each of you."
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
quote:
Originally posted by alohadream:
Bingo!Your turn.

Bladerunner is one of my all-time favorites...I think the original is one the best movies ever; didn't care for the Director's Cut...

OK, from another fave:

"I have two guns--one for each of you."

Bladeruner is a classic and may be the one movie I would pick if I could only pick one to take with me to a desert island.I also prefer the original theatrical release version to the directors cut but only see the directors cut on DVDs.

The 2 guns sounds like something good old Clint would say in one of his Dirty Harry movies but I know all his famous lines from those and that isn't one of them.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
I got a VHS director's cut--wish I woulda left it in the original wrapper, unopened...but I was too curious, lol...

two guns? The same character gets in a "Latin duel"
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Antonio Banderas in Robert Rodriguez's Desperado?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
nope, lol...the language Latin
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
HA! [Big Grin]

I couldn't stand it. I cheated.

Funny!

I don't like the next line in the script though. [Mad]


"It smells like Bigfoot's dick!"


How the hell do they know???

[Eek!]

The Bigfoot

LOL. The movie wasn't that great overall, but it did have some funny oneliners in it.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
quote:
Originally posted by alohadream:
Bingo!Your turn.

Bladerunner is one of my all-time favorites...I think the original is one the best movies ever; didn't care for the Director's Cut...

OK, from another fave:

"I have two guns--one for each of you."

Tombstone. Doc Holiday sparring with Johnny Ringo. One of the great modern westerns IMO.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
yup...

why, Pagan, are you also a music lovah? lol...

nobody's close to your "smelly" one, yet...
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
A Latin-speaking gunslinger?hahaha!Gladiator meets Lara Croft!Trying to think of the movie action heroes who shot with a gun in each hand that spoke Latin but am stumped on this one.
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Right!Val Kilmer was great as the pale Doc and loved his line to his girl "My Tasmanian devil".
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by alohadream:
Right!Val Kilmer was great as the pale Doc and loved his line to his girl "My Tasmanian devil".

one of his lines is my trademark for the scammerz who show up here:

"I'm yo huckelberry."

lol, and remember the scene with Ringo, when he twirls the tin cup? priceless...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
quote:
Originally posted by alohadream:
Right!Val Kilmer was great as the pale Doc and loved his line to his girl "My Tasmanian devil".

one of his lines is my trademark for the scammerz who show up here:

"I'm yo huckelberry."

lol, and remember the scene with Ringo, when he twirls the tin cup? priceless...

That was right after the latin lingo duel. Great film. I liked Doc's other catch phase as well, "You're a daisy if ya do!"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:

"What is that? Smells like a turd covered in burnt hair."

Here's a couple of hints. The movie was set in the 70's. And here's another line from the movie:
"I'm all about having fun. You know, get a couple of cocktails in me, start a fire in someone's kitchen, maybe go to Sea World, take my pants off."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
that's starting to ring a bell--think I saw a clip with that line...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
North x N'west on right now...
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Arthur is correct. So whilst we are waiting for alohadream to post a new quote, I will post an interim quote [Wink]

"What is that? Smells like a turd covered in burnt hair."

awww I know this one, just can't place it. Is it Napolean Dynamite?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
good guess...

Paaaaagan?
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Can't believe nobody could guess the hairy turd one but wanted to know and it isn't Napoleon Dynamite or one I saw yet.Am usually too busy to go out to the movies,but there are always so many new movies out and they come and go so fast,that by the time I hear about it,they are already out on DVD.May come a day when movies are released in theaters and on DVD at the same time which isn't good news for Loews stock.
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
Pagan's is "Anchorman"

Funny damn movie - "smells like a dirty diaper filled with Indian food" - lmao - the smell references are to one of the characters who put on a cologne called "Sex Panther".
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
i checked it--you're right, livinon...Pick one for us!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Yea it was Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy. Movie wasn't that great, but did have some funny oneliners and sight gags.
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
"Normally, both your azzes would be dead as phucking fried chicken, but you happen to pull this chit while I'm in a transitional period so I don't wanna kill you, I wanna help you."


Movie is from the 90's - metaphors altered so as to not offend. [Big Grin]
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
pulp fiction?
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
Bingo, that was quick!
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
lol, saw *that* one--Pagan sees more than I do


ok, gimme a few, I'll pick a new one...am *engrossed* in a strikingly good episode of 24 at the moment...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
here ya go:

"It's a living thing, Brian. It breathes, it eats, and it hates. The only way to beat it is to think like it. To know that this [edited, lol--would give it away] will spread . . . ."
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Uh...shoot what was that movie...

Evolution? with Fox Molder

The Bigfoot
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
nope...no X-file connection (well, wait a minute--Pagan can prolly find one via six-degeees, lol) what i mean, is not X-Files, not the main actors from X-files
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
This one is going to drive me nuts! I know I know this.

Ah well, I wasn't thinking I'd sleep too well tonight anyway.

CNES has me too excited for tomorrow.

I swear I know this one.

BF
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Pulp has so many memorable lines and Tim Roth and Amanda Plummer were lucky as heck that Sam Jackson just decided to walk the earth like Kung Fu.

It wasn't from Evolution with David Duchovny but Backdraft with Deniro and Russell.The fire would have given it away as ain't many firefighter movies.

From a campy favorite.
"I heard you were dead"
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
It's not SPECIES is it?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
nope...

ahahaaaa-- I got a good one...

ready for a hint?
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
BAH!

Of course it is. I had my head stuck in the wrong genre.

BF

ADream,

I think you're talking about

Gross Point Blank. right?

The Bigfoot
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
What??? Not Backdraft?

Gimme a hint Tex! I'm dyin' here!
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Not Grosse Pointe but that was a good movie with John Cusack.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
What??? Not Backdraft?

Gimme a hint Tex! I'm dyin' here!

did I miss yur Backdraft guess? YIKES--my bad.

It *is* Backdraft.

Bigfoot wins!

sorry, man

can't belive the Gross Pointe Blank...woulda been in my next two picks, lol

GO, Bigfoot...
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
No, Dream got that one couched in his post talking about pulp.

Dream has the floor.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by alohadream:
Pulp has so many memorable lines and Tim Roth and Amanda Plummer were lucky as heck that Sam Jackson just decided to walk the earth like Kung Fu.

It wasn't from Evolution with David Duchovny but Backdraft with Deniro and Russell.The fire would have given it away as ain't many firefighter movies.

From a campy favorite.
"I heard you were dead"

CHIT! I screwed the pooch!

Aloha picked it...

sorry, fellas!

[Embarrassed]
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Sometimes posts come so fast that by the time one writes and posts,several posts pop up before yours comes in.This one is an easy one and is said several times throughout the movie.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by alohadream:
Sometimes posts come so fast that by the time one writes and posts,several posts pop up before yours comes in.This one is an easy one and is said several times throughout the movie.

gambling movie?
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Nope but Kurt is in this one too.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
are we back to Tombstone? rings a bell...
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Nope not set in the past but in the future though they underestimated the years the movie was set in.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
soldier?
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
This isn't Escape from New York or something is it? [Smile]

Soldier...that could be it but I don't remember that line.

BF
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
think you're closer, BF
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Escape From NY is the winner!Everyone-Cabbie,
Brain,the Duke,Maggie,and spaghetti western regular Lee Van Cleef all said it when they first see Snake.Like the John Carpenter and Kurt Russell movies like The Thing,Big Trouble In Little China,etc..
Bigfoot's turn.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
lol, good fun--congrats, Bigfoot...

catch up with you guys tomorrow
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
I think I'm gonna take a few Z's while I choose my quote.

Catch ya tomorrow morning.

BF
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
anybody wanna play in da meantime, head on.

tomorrow, Bigfoot's at bat, lol...

enjoyed it fellas
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Since Bigfoot seems to still be asleep, I'll post an interim quote.

Girl: "I don't even know what to call you."
Guy: "Broke dick seems to be popular."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
by me...not even a hint of a clue on that one...
 
Posted by alohadream on :
 
Ain't seen it and definitely won't but Brokedick Mountain?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Noooo...not Humpback Mountain. The movie is a few years old and is a comedy.

Here's a hint: The male quote is from a character named "Dizzy".
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
"The Dizzy Dean Story"?...sorry, just kiddin
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
LOL jordan....here's another hint. Same guy played the same kind of character in Road Trip.
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Oh, crap I know that one...What's it called...


THE NEW GUY

Alright, I finally woke up. [Smile]

Here's a line from one of my favorites...

"Every 5 minutes there's somethin', a bomb or somethin'. I'm leavin'. bzzzz."


The Bigfoot
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
bug's life?

what else goes bzzz? lol
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
[Big Grin]

No, not Bug's life.
 
Posted by bond006 on :
 
LT. Broumhead: so your plan is still to stand behind a few feet of mealy bags and wait for them. When a whole regiment could not hold in the field

Lt. Chard: We had best get busy time is short

[ February 28, 2006, 20:22: Message edited by: bond006 ]
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
lol, what happened here?
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Got me.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
so, big, yours never got answered, right?
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Right-o

I can give a hint if people want but I think you're the only one who's guessed so far!

BF
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Go ahead and throw out a hint
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
doubt I'd ever get it; will simply re-post

quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
Oh, crap I know that one...What's it called...


THE NEW GUY

Alright, I finally woke up. [Smile]

Here's a line from one of my favorites...

"Every 5 minutes there's somethin', a bomb or somethin'. I'm leavin'. bzzzz."


The Bigfoot


 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Alright,

Here's another quote from the same movie paraphrased

"Boom...Badaboom...BIIG Badaboom...BIG"
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
Oh crap it's - driving me nuts.....arghhhhhhh
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Think Bruce Willis
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Fifth Element. Milla is quite the hottie
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
According to them she's perfect!

Your turn Pegan.

BF
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
darn...i *did* see that

she *was* sumpin...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
"Why don't you wish in one hand, and sh*t in the other. See which one fills up first."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
clint?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Not Clint. Let me know if ya need a hint.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
i know I've heard that--course, it sounds like my Dad, too.

ya, hint me...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
i know I've heard that--course, it sounds like my Dad, too.

ya, hint me...

He likes hangin with midgets [Wink]
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
Hmmmm.....sounds familiar but another clue like did a midget quote it?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Quote is not from a midget.

Midgets do all the work while the big guy gets all the glory.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Chocolate Factory?

lol....sorry...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
This hint should make it easy. Think Billy Bob
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Bad Santa?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
Bad Santa?

Yup ya got it.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
MY TURN?

o, boy...lemme think a minute...

btw, great hints, Pagan
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
[one character] You son of a bitch! You're starting to believe what they're writing about you, aren't you? Let me tell you what you really are! You rode a 15 year old boy straight to his grave, and the rest of us straight to hell... straight to hell! [name of lead role]! You are *not* a god!
****[cocks his gun and points it at *main role*] ***
[main role]: Why don't you pull the trigger and find out?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Young Guns 2? Btw, whatever happened to Balthazar Getty, did he like quit acting after that movie? Don't think I've seen him in anything else since then.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
me either, don't know...

back to you, lol
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
"Forgiveness is between them and God. It's my job to arrange the meeting."
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
That sounds like something out of Dogma.

The Foot
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
i'm thinking a variation on: kill em all, let God sort em out...

another one I can *almost* place...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Not Dogma. Here's another quote from the same film, same character.

"Okay, my friend. It's off to the next life for you. I guarantee you, you won't be lonely."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Robin Williams in it?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Nope. Denzel is though.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
devil in a blue dress?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Nope...more recent film.
 
Posted by SuperSniper00 on :
 
Man on Fire
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by SuperSniper00:
Man on Fire

You got it, great movie. Post a quote.
 
Posted by SuperSniper00 on :
 
This is not Nam. This is bowling. There are rules!

What is it?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Woody & Bill in it?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Big Lebowski
 
Posted by SuperSniper00 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Big Lebowski

Yep.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
am "stealing" Upside's turn, lol:

"I've fought in two World Wars and countless smaller ones on three continents. I led thousands of men into battle with everything from horses and swords to artillery and tanks. I've seen the headwaters of the Nile, and tribes of natives no white man had ever seen before. I've won and lost a dozen fortunes, killed many men and loved only one woman with a passion a flea like you could never begin to understand. That's who I am. Now, go home, boy!"
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Patton?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
nope, much more recent...but not "new" by any stretch.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
scent of a woman
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
nope, another from same movie:

"The kid gets it all. Just plant us in the damn garden, next to the stupid lion."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
SecondHand Lions?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
yessir, Robert Duvall in a role somewhat reminiscent of Lonesome Dove, but with a quirky, feel-good ending...Michael Caine doing uhmer'can accent and the adult "kid" starred this year in Glory Road.

you're up!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's an easy one. Just happened to watch this again the other night...

"You know, you supposed to be some slick-sh*t killer. Now look at you... all back-of-the-bus and sh*t."
 
Posted by Peaser01 on :
 
Sam Jackson in it?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Peaser01:
Mr. + Mrs. Smith?

Nope. Not a Brad Pitt film.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Peaser01:
Sam Jackson in it?

Nope. Sam Jackson is not in it.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
con air
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
con air

Nope. Not a Nick Cage film either. And here I thought you guys would catch this one quick. Let me know if you need a hint.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
only other "bus" one that comes to mind is Speed...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
only other "bus" one that comes to mind is Speed...

There aren't any buses in the movie. It's just a turn of phrase by one character to another.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
the new Pierce Brosnan movie?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
the new Pierce Brosnan movie?

Nope. No Pierce Brosnan.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
time for hintssssssss
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
time for hintssssssss

It's a sequel.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Hint:
Here's another quote from the same movie, same character.

"If I owned this place and Hell, I'd rent this place out and live in Hell."
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
The Whole Ten Yards?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
The Whole Ten Yards?

Nope. Not a Bruce Willis film.
 
Posted by DWE on :
 
IT WAS FROM GOODFELLAS!!! [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by DWE:
IT WAS FROM GOODFELLAS!!! [Big Grin]

Nope, no Bobby D or Joey P in this film.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
i remember the "hell" line; still can't place it...or the film that Goodfellas was a sequel to, for that matter [Razz]
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
how about the second Bad Boyz...with will and martin?
 
Posted by SuperSniper00 on :
 
Chronicles of Riddick, horrible movie.
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Ah shucks,

I think Snip's got it.

BF
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
Ah shucks,

I think Snip's got it.

BF

what was Riddick a sequel to?
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
The movie Pitch Black
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by SuperSniper00:
Chronicles of Riddick, horrible movie.

Yep. It was Chronicles of Riddick.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Never heard of it...
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
SuperSnipe's turn.

In the mean-time here's a fun one for you:


Jen; Wings! I don't have wings.

Kira: Of course not. You're a boy.


The Bigfoot
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
The movie Pitch Black

I'll be danged--never knew they were connected...
 
Posted by SuperSniper00 on :
 
Character 1: It's a "Jump to Conclusions mat". You see, you have this mat, with different CONCLUSIONS written on it that you could JUMP TO.
Character 2: That's the worst idea I've ever heard in my life, Tom.
Character 3: Yes, this is horrible, this idea.
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
It's been an hour and no guesses.

I think we need a hint Snipe.

I know I know this one but it isn't coming to me.

BF
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Adventures of Huckelberry Finn!
 
Posted by SuperSniper00 on :
 
Comedy...1999
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Is that out of "Office Space?"

The Bigfoot
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
pooper scoop or whateever...Jack Black and uh, uh, .... his pal! anyway they invent a solution that makes dog poop disappear?
 
Posted by Peaser01 on :
 
Tex, I believe the correct term is poo. [Big Grin]

http://www.tenaciousd.com/
 
Posted by SuperSniper00 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
Is that out of "Office Space?"

The Bigfoot

Yes. Office Space.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
YAY!

yur turn, Big'un...
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
I'll repost this one since Snipe posted his right away. I loved this movie when it first came out (a while ago.) It was cutting edge fantasy.

quote:
Here's a fun one for you:


Jen; Wings! I don't have wings.

Kira: Of course not. You're a boy.


The Bigfoot [/QB]


 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
I'll repost this one since Snipe posted his right away. I loved this movie when it first came out (a while ago.) It was cutting edge fantasy.

quote:
Here's a fun one for you:


Jen; Wings! I don't have wings.

Kira: Of course not. You're a boy.


The Bigfoot

[/QB]
I believe some hints are needed [Confused]
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Ok here is another line for you. I think this will probably give it away but perhaps not as it isn't mainstream.

"When single shines the triple sun
what was sundered and undone shall be whole
The two made one
By gelfling hand or else by none"

The Bigfoot
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Still having troubles folks?

Think Jim Henson.

"By gelfling hand or else by none"

The Bigfoot
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
lol, still dudn't hep me, big--have no idea what Henson folk have done in years n' years...

somebody will, though
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Give up? Or want another hint?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
ok with me to yell calfrope...all I can tell is it's some kind of fantasy pic...narnia, shrek, etc
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
HeHe,

I stumped the Texan!

The movie is

The Dark Crystal

Hailed as a monument to puppetry in movies and started much of the tech used today in modern films. (Not CG, but the work with molds and plastics and such.)

The Bigfoot
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
lol, it ain't me ya gotta stump...
the acknowledged champ is Pagan.

I've heard of Dark Crystal, of course, but never saw it or even know when it came out--maybe my kids had gotten too old?

anyway--your turn for a new one...
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
OK,

How about something a little more modern...

Ha! I know. This one's for you DWE...


Joe Aguirre: You boys sure found a way to make the time pass up there. Twist, you guys wasn't gettin' paid to leave the dogs babysittin' the sheep while you stem the rose.


The Bigfoot
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Ok, I have to assume that absolutely no one is looking at this since there are no guesses so far.

This is easy!!!

BF
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Maybe a hint or 2 might help.
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
The most famous quote from the movie.

"Jack Twist: God, I wish I knew how to quit you ... "

It won an award tonight.

And DWE thinks it's a crime against humanity.

LOL

The Bigfoot
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
bb mtn

lol, shoulda picked up on first clue, first post...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
here's the new one:

{little girl A}: ...and then Mommy kissed Daddy, and the angel told the stork, and the stork flew down from heaven, and put the diamond in the cabbage patch, and the diamond turned into a baby!

{little girl B's brother}: Our parents are having a baby, too.

{little girl B}: They had sex.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Addams Family Values. Finally one I actually knew!!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's an easy one...

"You might be a cunning linguist, but I am a master debater."
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Here's an easy one...

"You might be a cunning linguist, but I am a master debater."

On Golden Blonde?
Romancing The Bone?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Here's an easy one...

"You might be a cunning linguist, but I am a master debater."

On Golden Blonde?
Romancing The Bone?

LOL. Actually your very close with your guess!
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
We're not jumping into the porn arena now, are we?
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
If he's close with his first guess than I'd say

On Golden Pond

But not because I remember the quote.

Good Movie though
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
If he's close with his first guess than I'd say

On Golden Pond

But not because I remember the quote.

Good Movie though

Good movie but for some reason I'm having a hard time picturing Henry Fonda or Katharine Hepburn uttering that line.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
LOL. Not On Golden Pond. And not porn. The name almost sounds like a porn movie though.
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Pagan,

Legally Blonde with Reese Witherspoon?

BF
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
Pagan,

Legally Blonde with Reese Witherspoon?

BF

Nope. But I'll give a hint that should make it easier. It has the word Gold in the title.
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
GOLDmember?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
GOLDmember?

Yes. Finallllllyyyyyyy. Austin Powers: Goldmember
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Here's a good one.

Gracie Hart: Where am I gonna keep my gun?
Eric Matthews: Nowhere I wanna know about!

BF
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Gracie Hart: You think I'm gorgeous... You want to kiss me... You want to hug me... You want to love me... You want to smooch me... You want to hug me.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Ms Congeniality? Not sure if it's from 1 or 2 though.
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Yep. Miss Congeniality 1.

Never saw 2

Your turn.

BF
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's a quote...should be a tough one. It's from a pretty off-beat B-movie.

"This is a war! A war between men and women. Anything short of cannibalism is just beating around the bush."
 
Posted by Team Sleep on :
 
Cannibal women in the avocado jungle of death

I'm almost dead positive it's from that movie. I like the B movie stuff. John Waters, Russ Meyer...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Team Sleep:
Cannibal women in the avocado jungle of death

I'm almost dead positive it's from that movie. I like the B movie stuff. John Waters, Russ Meyer...

That's it. Wasn't sure if anyone else saw that movie.LOL.

Your up, post a quote.
 
Posted by Team Sleep on :
 
I guess at least two of us has seen it...

OK, here goes:

"This is Grade A 100% pure Columbian cocaine, ladies and gentlemen... Disco sh*t... Pure as the driven snow."
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Blow?
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Scarface?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
traffic?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
I think jordan is right...I believe that is from Blow.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
I think jordan is right...I believe that is from Blow.

heck, I'm simply throwin' darts....lol
 
Posted by Team Sleep on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
Blow?

Correct!

Your turn...
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
" Dames like her are a dime a dozen"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
every "Marlowe" and "Sam Spade" movie?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
funny, but wrong!! starred Broderick Crawford
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
lol, alla dem, too!
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by The Bigfoot:
Here's a good one.

Gracie Hart: Where am I gonna keep my gun?
Eric Matthews: Nowhere I wanna know about!

BF

Miss Congeniality
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
here's the current one:

quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
" Dames like her are a dime a dozen"


 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
" Dames like her are a dime a dozen"

also starred william Holden and judy Holiday
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
I think two days without a post is good enough to say nobody knows.

Alli Alli Oxen Free.

Game over man, game over!

BF
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
yup...nobody knows it

but hey, shows the honesty...nobody cheated, either
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Post a new one BF. Definitely stumped everyone on the last one...
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
" Dames like her are a dime a dozen"

also starred william Holden and judy Holiday
alright...it was "Born Yesterday" 1950...William Holden, Judy Holiday, and Brodrick Crawford...great movie ..a remake with Don Johnson and Melanie (big lips)..http://www.awfulplasticsurgery.com/archives/000397.html ..Griffith was done a few years ago...not quite as good .LOL...Pagan, you disappoint me, I thought for sure you would of got it
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Come to think of it, its still my turn [Smile]
ok...try this;

"You are one ugly son-of-a-bitch" ..... said with an accent
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
" Dames like her are a dime a dozen"

also starred william Holden and judy Holiday
alright...it was "Born Yesterday" 1950...William Holden, Judy Holiday, and Brodrick Crawford...great movie ..a remake with Don Johnson and Melanie (big lips)..http://www.awfulplasticsurgery.com/archives/000397.html ..Griffith was done a few years ago...not quite as good .LOL...Pagan, you disappoint me, I thought for sure you would of got it
I actually think I did see that remake, but I was clueless on that quote. Maybe we'll fair better with the new quote you posted.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
Come to think of it, its still my turn [Smile]
ok...try this;

"You are one ugly son-of-a-bitch" ..... said with an accent

Predator. You think Arnie has an accent? [Eek!]
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
I don't see how, though--his lips barely move.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
I don't see how, though--his lips barely move.

one too many face -lifts...your turn (again) Pagan.. [Smile]
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's one....

"A good conspiracy is unprovable. I mean, if you can prove it, it means they screwed up somewhere along the line."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
jfk?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
jfk?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
jfk?

Nope
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
conspiracy theory?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
conspiracy theory?

Bingo! Your up.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
"Get busy living, or get busy dying."
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
"Get busy living, or get busy dying."

cmon guys... this one is easy!!
 
Posted by kdb83182 on :
 
Shawshank Redemption?
 
Posted by justin66 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by kdb83182:
Shawshank Redemption?

correct!
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by justin66:
quote:
Originally posted by kdb83182:
Shawshank Redemption?

correct!
scuze me?...
It"s my quote,so it's my answer..
Yes!you are correct..so now its your turn kdb...
[Eek!] Dont step on me toes again!! [Smile]
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Dang, Jordan--you scared 'um off, lol...

new one:

"You're not too smart, are you? I like that in a man."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
That quote sounds familiar. So either I saw the movie, or I'm channeling one of the ex-wives....
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
ahh, good to see ya, Pagan--I need a good laugh...

Your ex look like Kathleen Turner?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
ahh, good to see ya, Pagan--I need a good laugh...

Your ex look like Kathleen Turner?

Yea one of them did...kinda sorta [Roll Eyes]
But I'll take that hint and say Body Heat?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
atta boy! classic sex scene, when William Hurt *crashes* through the French doors...

Batterrrrr upp!
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
Kathleen Turner in that dress - hot night, etc...... [Eek!]
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
ya--pretty, good...lol

c'mon, Pagan...

Livinon? you got one ready?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's one...

Woman: "Mr. Diamond, there's a bullet hole in your jacket."
Man: "You should see the other guy."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Schwarzenegger & Jamey Lee Curtis? can't remember the name...one of em rides a rocket, eh?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
Schwarzenegger & Jamey Lee Curtis? can't remember the name...one of em rides a rocket, eh?

Nope...older film. A comedy from the 70's. Very eclectic cast of characters.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
GR8!

how eclectic? lol... gender-blind casting?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
GR8!

how eclectic? lol... gender-blind casting?

Let me put it this way. There was an assortment of oddballs gathered together by a bigger oddball for a weekend of mystery.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Here's one...

Woman: "Mr. Diamond, there's a bullet hole in your jacket."
Man: "You should see the other guy."

Here's another quote from the same movie, but different character.

"Big house like man married to fat woman: hard to get around."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Columbo? uhhhhhh...Peter Falk?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
Columbo? uhhhhhh...Peter Falk?

Not Columbo, but Peter falk is in the movie.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
lol, free association...thought of the TV character first...

"Murder by Death" or sumpin like that...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
lol, free association...thought of the TV character first...

"Murder by Death" or sumpin like that...

Yep, thats the one. Your up.
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
weird though I posted one... OK, P, you went to the 70s--here's another:

"Is it safe?"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
weird though I posted one... OK, P, you went to the 70s--here's another:

"Is it safe?"

Marathon Man, but that is about one of the most famous lines ever from a movie. A sadistic dentist, hmm, go figure...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
ya, Olivier as about the baddest bad guy this side of Lecter...sumpin about those Brits...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
ya, Olivier as about the baddest bad guy this side of Lecter...sumpin about those Brits...

Think it has something to do with the poor dental hygiene that makes them a bit cranky [Wink]
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's a quote..

"Tell me where John is and I'll finish you quick. I promise you won't have to find out what your left ball tastes like."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Here's a quote..

"Tell me where John is and I'll finish you quick. I promise you won't have to find out what your left ball tastes like."

Here's another quote from the same movie...

"The problem with kicking a Chow's ass is an hour later you wanna do it again"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Replacement killers?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by BuyTex:
Replacement killers?

Nope. But here's a hint. The lead actor of this movie later found the value of religion from behind the camera [Wink]
 
Posted by kdb83182 on :
 
Payback? Referring to Mel Gibson's "The Passion"?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by kdb83182:
Payback? Referring to Mel Gibson's "The Passion"?

kdb, you got the hint for sure...

Pagan, this doesn't happen to be that offbeat one, in which Mel plays an FBI agent in a neck-brace, in an old hotel,,,,uh,,, "Million-Dollar Hotel" or sumpin like that?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by kdb83182:
Payback? Referring to Mel Gibson's "The Passion"?

Correct. Good catch on the hint. Your up, post a quote.
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
"you're a lucky man Sully, i like you, thats why i'm going to kill you last."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
"you're a lucky man Sully, i like you, thats why i'm going to kill you last."

Commando. Early Arnie. And he lied, he didn't kill Sully last [Wink]
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
damn, that was fast. the governor and young costar alyssa milano
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
I didn't remember Alyssa Milano being in it, guess she played his daughter that got kidnapped. But I do remember that line. There were quite a few of his one-liners in that movie.
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
"wanna beer?"
"its seven oclock in the morning"
"scotch?"
"not during working hours"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
"wanna beer?"
"its seven oclock in the morning"
"scotch?"
"not during working hours"

Sounds familiar, but think you need to throw out another hint.
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
lead actor is also one of the Batmans
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Mr Mom!! Mikey sealed the deal.
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
nice! one other line from that movie.."get 2 pounds of ground round, lean and mean"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
so where are we, Pagan's turn to pick one?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's one...

"Bring us a pitcher of beer every seven minutes until somebody passes out. And then bring one every ten minutes."
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Here's one...

"Bring us a pitcher of beer every seven minutes until somebody passes out. And then bring one every ten minutes."

hmm, seems familiar but can't place it.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Here's one...

"Bring us a pitcher of beer every seven minutes until somebody passes out. And then bring one every ten minutes."

Another quote from the same movie...

Guy#1: "I liked your other wife better."
Guy#2: "Hey, don't knock Vanessa, she gives good headache."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Here's one...

"Bring us a pitcher of beer every seven minutes until somebody passes out. And then bring one every ten minutes."

Another quote from the same movie...

Guy#1: "I liked your other wife better."
Guy#2: "Hey, don't knock Vanessa, she gives good headache."

And another quote from the same movie...

Man: "What's your favorite subject?"
Woman: "Poetry."
Man: "Really? Well, maybe you can help me straighten out my Longfellow."
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
gotta be Rodney, Back to school?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Livinonklendathu:
gotta be Rodney, Back to school?

Correct. For a minute there, thought I was gonna have to post the entire script [Eek!]

Your up, post a quote..
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Rodney was funny as hell in his day...
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
"Every man dies. Not every man really lives."
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
"You Only Live Twice"

[Razz]
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
'I'm Agent Johnson, this is Special Agent Johnson. No relation'
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
men in black?
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
no. this movie is about 9 years earlier than MIB
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Livinonklendathu:
"Every man dies. Not every man really lives."

Another from the same movie:

"It's all for nothing if you don't have freedom"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Livinonklendathu:
quote:
Originally posted by Livinonklendathu:
"Every man dies. Not every man really lives."

Another from the same movie:

"It's all for nothing if you don't have freedom"

Braveheart?
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
Bingo - you da man
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Pagan guessed one? [Roll Eyes]
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
"yeah, check the probate. My uncle had a problem with his probate and he had to take these big pills and drink lots of water"
"not Prostate, you idiot, Probate!"
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Watchin "Die Hard" right now!

~Good Movie.

BF
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
nice!
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
I think to stay on track Pagan is the next up to quote.

Until then here's one for you anime fans.

"Now watch closely, everyone. I'm going to show you how to kill a god. A god of life and death. The trick is not to fear him."

BF
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's an easy one....

Guy#1: "I am Henry the Red. Duke of Shale, Lord of the Northlands and leader of its peoples."

Guy#2: "Well hello Mister Fancypants. Well, I've got news for you pal, you ain't leadin' but two things, Jack and sh*t... and Jack just left town."
 
Posted by The Bigfoot on :
 
Sounds like something from Monty Python but I don't know it.
 
Posted by racjis on :
 
Army of Darkness
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by racjis:
Army of Darkness

Correct!
 
Posted by Swab Jockey on :
 
"Otis you've been followed again....."
(otis spins around knocking lamp off the table)
"....in spite of those catlike reflexes"
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
Return to Mayberry?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Superman...Ned Beatty played Otis. Lex's overweight flunkie.
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
Huh? My 'tickle' thread got locked... points me here with link... so okay... sorry for cutting in line, guys...

Tickle

Here's a little ditty from an old movie...

The worms crawl in,
The worms crawl out.
The worms play pinochle
On my snout.


Does anybody know what situation the actor found himself in while he was singing that little ditty?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
*by the way, tick, "rules" in this game are no search engines allowed...

we try to keep no more than two or three open questions before someone posts a new one to guess. The one who answers correctly gets to post a new one... After some period of incorrect answers, hints are in order...*
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by TickTrader:
Huh? My 'tickle' thread got locked... points me here with link... so okay... sorry for cutting in line, guys...

Tickle

Here's a little ditty from an old movie...

The worms crawl in,
The worms crawl out.
The worms play pinochle
On my snout.


Does anybody know what situation the actor found himself in while he was singing that little ditty?

*bump*
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
Don't remember the movie but I do remember the poem as a kid. Hint?
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
rules, yeah, I know.

It's not my turn, thus... sorry for cutting in line. Not so sure I can think of witty hints, it's one of those things you either know, or you don't. I'll have to work on my 'witty hint' department. Never was good at games, I like chess, though.
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
I prefer checkers. Tiddlywinks ain't too bad either.
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
lol... Upside. the direct approach.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
I thought "the ants" played pinochle...


either way..clue please...

nevermind..how bout...Cary Grant movie??
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
I thought "the ants" played pinochle...


either way..clue please

[Smile] Correct Jordan. The kiddy ditty had ants. But the movie ditty had worms.
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
Here's too much of a hint...

Scott Glenn was the actor.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Do you ever think when a hearse rolls by,
that you may be the next to die?

They take you out to the family plot,
where you will wither, decay, and rot.

They wrap you up in a nice clean sheet,
And lay you down about six feet deep.

And all goes well for about a week,
but then your coffin begins to leak...

The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out,
the worms play pinochle on your snout!

They slime your skin as they crawl about
and turn your guts into sauerkraut.

Your ears fall off, your teeth fall out,
you're falling apart, there is no doubt

They eat your eyes, consume your nose,
and nibble the jelly between your toes.

Then your blood turns a putrid green,
and oozes out like whipping cream.

There isn't much the worms can't abide
and they're quite happy that you have died

They gnaw through the last of what was your head
and that's what happens when you are dead

So never laugh when a hearse goes by,
for you may be the next to die.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
cowboy movie?? where he is a broken down rodeo rider?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Urban Cowboy?
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
cowboy movie... no
broken down... yes (must be a recurring theme for Glenn???)
rodeo rider... no
Urban Cowboy? no
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
damn!!
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
I would guess, but I'm not up on Scott Glen movies...
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
apollo 13?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
wasnt that quote also in Porkys?
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
apollo 13... no

But that would have been a good one for him to use those lines, too.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
ok..the only other Scott Glenn movie i can think of is "Silence of the Lambs"
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
Silence of the Lambs... no

'old' movie
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
more hints!
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
Huge hint... filmed in Japan
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
sounds familiar
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
The Right Stuff... no
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
tick? Boy--you gonna get yours when Pagan shows up, lol...
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
my refresh page doesn't refresh, have to leave and come back to get updated posts. Don't know why.

'nother clue... 1982
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
do i remember scott as playing a japanese?
or am i diluted
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
ok,ok,ok,...i got it!!!


The...exchange? or somethin like that ...
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
lets recap:

Scott Glenn
Filmed in Japan
1982
"broken down"
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
You guys must not use an IMDB (database) to look things up.

I got the movie on video tape, though, so I can say it does exist.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
The....challenger?
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
The Exchange, or something like that?
no

We could be at this for awhile. Glenn has been in a lot of movies.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
i love scott...
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
The....challenger?

Close enough.

The Challenge
Glenn played a down-and-out boxer.

Now for the Q...

Does anybody know what situation the actor (Glenn) found himself in while he was singing that little ditty?

yikes! you've milked it for all it's worth.. lol...you get the record!

WHAT was he doing?

[ June 10, 2006, 21:57: Message edited by: BuyTex ]
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
vertical limit?---
nope ..thats not it..too recent
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
drunk in a bar
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by TickTrader:
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
The....challenger?

Close enough.

The Challenge
Glenn played a down-and-out boxer.

Now for the Q...

Does anybody know what situation the actor (Glenn) found himself in while he was singing that little ditty?


 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
He was great in Training Day.
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
lol, Tex.

He was in samurai training, wanted to learn how to fight like that, and sang that ditty while he was buried up to his neck in sand.

Okay... jordan's turn, right?
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by TickTrader:
You guys must not use an IMDB (database) to look things up.

I got the movie on video tape, though, so I can say it does exist.

tolja earlier, no search engines allowed...

Glass proved the non-game aspect of that, shortly after Upside created the thread: carbon-based memory only, lol, no silicon-based search-engines....it's a movie thread, not quickest-search thread: we do *that* all day, trading...
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
Tex! Not what I meant, yet another thing to think about on idle time. Side note, carbon-based, nothing wrong with pulling up search results when you want to know something.

I don't watch too many movies, so I gotta step out of this game. Thanks for letting me cut in line, though.

Carry on...
 
Posted by BuyTex on :
 
ya, sometimes I look stuff up to verify a guess if the original poster is not around (and sometimes cuz I cain't stand no knowing, lol)--but then I "recuse" myself from being able to win...
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
lol, Tex... I'm not that fast. Better to wait for me to see who gets it right.
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
Do we have anymore quotes?
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
Jordan's turn...

What's the deal?
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
nobody wants to play?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
This is so easy that I feel ashamed to post it...

"All right Mr. Demille, I'm ready for my close-up."

was on the tube last night and i cant get it out of my head!!
 
Posted by TickTrader on :
 
Don't be ashamed, I have no clue. Never mind hints for me, it's not going to help! lol
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
Sunset Boulevard
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
This quote came to mind while I was reading the PAIM thread.

"what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 

 
Posted by T e x on :
 
JUICEY,

we need a hint--it's gonna be a year 'fore long...
 
Posted by dinner42 on :
 
"Ya Shore Look Mighty Perrty When Ya Get Angry, WA HA"
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
dang, I never even heard of that one...

izzat a John Woo flik?
 
Posted by dinner42 on :
 
hint: The Duke
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by J_U_ICE:
This quote came to mind while I was reading the PAIM thread.

"what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."

billy madison.
---------------
"i'm gunnery seargant hartman your senior drill instructor, from now on you will speak only when spoken too, and the first and last words out of your filthy sewers will be sir. do you maggots understand that?"
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
TK,

"Officer & Gentleman" ?
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
no sir..
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
that would be,

sir, no sir...lol
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
gotcha... [Smile]

heres a hint.. its about vietnam.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
"Apocolypse Now" ?
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
nope.. sorry
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
well, heck... give the answer, then, and pick a new one... [Big Grin]
 
Posted by IWISHIHAD on :
 
Full Metal Jacket.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
a playa!

Go, Iwish!

is that right, TK?
 
Posted by IWISHIHAD on :
 
I am glad you eliminated Officer and a Gentleman that would have been my first pick.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
lol...

what's left?
 
Posted by IWISHIHAD on :
 
Green Berets, We Were Soldiers, Deer Hunter. We could twist Mash into it, if we try real hard.
 
Posted by dinner42 on :
 
"I lost my hand!!, I lost my bride. Johnny has his hand, Johnny has his bride!!! I ain't no monument to justice!"

Who's this actor and what film?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Green Berets, We Were Soldiers, Deer Hunter. We could twist Mash into it, if we try real hard.
ok, ok... Platoon, too, right?

Ya, you got me...

you know? I was walking around in the same newsroom with the guy that wrote "We were Soldiers..." back when this war broke out. Never visited with him, but was fun to listen to him chew out Pentagon brass: he's got clout. Writes now for Mclatchey newspapers, back then was Knight Ridder...
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
full metal jacket was right..
 
Posted by IWISHIHAD on :
 
It appears that anyone associated with the General and Congressman, had and probably still have a a lot of pull, not many want to mess with them. I had a problem with the VA a few years ago and my local representatives were side stepping me some. Some one gave me his name and number in Wash. to call, i was in the exact same unit as he was in Vietnam, but in a later year. (this did help some) I was told that if i gave them my information, that they would take care of it. It was taken care of very quickly.

Back to our guess. Hamburger Hill also, cannot think of anymore.
 
Posted by IWISHIHAD on :
 
Sorry, i was writing while Turbo was posting.
 
Posted by retiredat49 on :
 
I never did like you much myself anyways Julie...now get ouuuut....
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by IWISHIHAD:
Sorry, i was writing while Turbo was posting.

well it's your turn...you guessed it.
 
Posted by IWISHIHAD on :
 
"You don't know who the bambino is"?
 
Posted by Ramius on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by IWISHIHAD:
"You don't know who the bambino is"?

The Sandlot
 
Posted by IWISHIHAD on :
 
Your right. That was to easy but great movie.
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
-9 times?
-9 times.
-i dont remember him being sick 9 times.
-thats probably because he wasn't sick, he was skipping school.
 
Posted by retiredat49 on :
 
Ferris Buellers Day Off
 
Posted by dinner42 on :
 
Thats as easy as:

"If you build it... they will come"
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Retired's turn...
 
Posted by retiredat49 on :
 
Gee Wendy...I think you hurt me real bad this time
 
Posted by IMAKEMONEY on :
 
PETER PAN? [Big Grin]
 
Posted by retiredat49 on :
 
LOL Nope...
 
Posted by new2stocks on :
 
The Shining
 
Posted by retiredat49 on :
 
Yep...
 
Posted by new2stocks on :
 
Do I win something? lol
 
Posted by retiredat49 on :
 
A turn at posting the next one...
 
Posted by new2stocks on :
 
Excuse me, I believe you have my stapler...
 
Posted by bilgert on :
 
Office Space

Answered with FLAIR
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Bilgert?

good to see ya...

&

You're UP...
 
Posted by bilgert on :
 
Okaaaaay:
"Anything so innocent and built like that just gotta be named Lucille."

or...
"Well Arletta, things are just never the way they seem, you know that. Sometimes a man just has to go his own way."
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
coooool hand luke...
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
"All right, gentlemen. He's got one barrel left. When he fires that, take out your pistols, and shoot him down like the mangy scoundrel he is! "
 
Posted by IMAKEMONEY on :
 
BLACKBEARD?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
nope
 
Posted by dinner42 on :
 
The quick and the Dead?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
nope....clue??
 
Posted by dinner42 on :
 
clue, yes.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
si
 
Posted by IMAKEMONEY on :
 
SIN BAD?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
no
 
Posted by IMAKEMONEY on :
 
CLUE PLEASE
 
Posted by dinner42 on :
 
Unforgiven
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
that be it...yurn turn, bubba
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
i'll post one just cause i like this game..


-the house is gonna be great.
-yeah, if we can peel the rind off it.
-what?
-its a lemon honey, lets face it.
 
Posted by dinner42 on :
 
You put a an abnormal brain in a 6 foot 300 pound Gorilla !
 
Posted by IWISHIHAD on :
 
Over The Top.
 
Posted by retiredat49 on :
 
Young Frankenstein
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by turbokid:
i'll post one just cause i like this game..


-the house is gonna be great.
-yeah, if we can peel the rind off it.
-what?
-its a lemon honey, lets face it.

"the money pit"?
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
"Your a daisy if you do"
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
"Tombstone" --and, yes, ah'm yur huckleberry, lol
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
right, ok now this "I knew it, I'm surrounded by a$$holes."
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
lol, my turn...

but go ahead--I don't have a good one ready...
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
Second part of quote "Keep fireing a$$holes"
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
quote:
Originally posted by turbokid:
i'll post one just cause i like this game..


-the house is gonna be great.
-yeah, if we can peel the rind off it.
-what?
-its a lemon honey, lets face it.

"the money pit"?
yep...
even though im not up i'll post another..

-at least i have my own bed.
-your bed is a car.
-yeah, but its a fu#*ing sweet car.
 
Posted by IWISHIHAD on :
 
I think i won by default. Retiredat49 and i posted our guesses, i was the first to post then Retiredat49. The person that posted the movie phrase forgot about us, so by the allstocks default rule(must get back to us within 24 Hours) I am declared the winner. [Razz]
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
hey, I won one of em...lol


who cares...

Upside abdicated, so we can carry on as we like...
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
any more..?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
this may not be verbatim, but:

back in the day, I'd a just said "kill 'em all"
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
The patriot?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
nope:

here's a direct, accurate quote:

quote:
You know, if your father were alive, and saw you here sitting with me, let's say he would have a word with me about this. In fact, he'd kill seven guys just to cut my throat, and he could do it.

 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
You gotta give me a hint here... [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
nope:

here's a direct, accurate quote:

quote:
You know, if your father were alive, and saw you here sitting with me, let's say he would have a word with me about this. In fact, he'd kill seven guys just to cut my throat, and he could do it.

Ah!

That one!

Now the Munchkin Man remembers.

The movie was:

"The Departed."

Jack Nicholson still has the right stuff!

If the Munchkin Man got this right, can the Munchkin Man take his turn now?

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Munchkin Man:
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
nope:

here's a direct, accurate quote:

quote:
You know, if your father were alive, and saw you here sitting with me, let's say he would have a word with me about this. In fact, he'd kill seven guys just to cut my throat, and he could do it.

Ah!

That one!

Now the Munchkin Man remembers.

The movie was:

"The Departed."

Jack Nicholson still has the right stuff!

If the Munchkin Man got this right, can the Munchkin Man take his turn now?

Munchkin Man

I never watched "The Departed" thats why I didn't get it.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
follow the yellow brick road....


those little,obscure people... what were they named??
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
Munchkins...
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
Heres one:
1."You have an absolutely breath-taking... heiney. I mean, that thing's good. I wanna be friends with it."

2. I play for keeps!---..I play for keeps!

Two different movies...
NO Search engines!
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
sounds like Adam Sandler
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
Heres one:
1."You have an absolutely breath-taking... heiney. I mean, that thing's good. I wanna be friends with it."

2. I play for keeps!---..I play for keeps!

Two different movies...
NO Search engines!

ANSWER NUMBER ONE:
Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy

ANSWER NUMBER TWO:
Sorry. The Munchkin Man fails him on this one. How about a hint.

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by Livinonklendathu on :
 
#2 = Talladega Nights
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
I play for keeps:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3955415820005492603&q=play+for+keeps&tot al="3517&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=0

Both are correct. Your turns. [Wink]
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Dirk Diggler
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
Dirk Diggler

Boogie Nights

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
Here goes an easy one:

"I think Tex did it."

Name the movie, the actor who said it, and the actor who played the role of Tex.

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
"Charade" I think it was Cary Grant who said it and of course Tex was played by James Coburn.
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
My turn.

"You think that's bad? I owe 100 grand to a fat-ass loan shark which I spent on a stripper named Molly Mounds."
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
"Charade" I think it was Cary Grant who said it and of course Tex was played by James Coburn.

Not bad!

You are right on all counts except for one.

This movie quote was spoken by Audrey Hepburn during a conversation with Cary Grant.

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
My turn.

"You think that's bad? I owe 100 grand to a fat-ass loan shark which I spent on a stripper named Molly Mounds."

Armageddon.

The Munchkin Man could never forget a movie with a name like Molly Mounds.

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
Greetings:

Here's one of the Munchkin Man's favorites:
_____

"What is the matter my American friend? What has upset you? Oh! I know. The bad machine doesn't know that he's a bad machine. You still don't believe it. You still don't believe you're a bad machine? To know yourself is to know God, my friend. The factory knows, that's why they put you here. You'll see... You'll find out... In time, you'll know."
_____

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
The bicentenial man?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Aaaah, I like the Audrey Hepburn one--nice, CJ.

(btw, if someone takes too long to respond, I *will* look it up--disqualifying myself from answering, of course--and answer yes or no.)
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
The bicentenial man?

Nope.

Feel free to try again.

Good luck!

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
Need a hint?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
haven't looked it up, yet...

sounds like either

"Terminator"

or

"Matrix"
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Munchkin Man:
Greetings:

Here's one of the Munchkin Man's favorites:
_____

"What is the matter my American friend? What has upset you? Oh! I know. The bad machine doesn't know that he's a bad machine. You still don't believe it. You still don't believe you're a bad machine? To know yourself is to know God, my friend. The factory knows, that's why they put you here. You'll see... You'll find out... In time, you'll know."
_____

Munchkin Man

Here's a hint:

Randy Quaid has a starring role in this film, but the line quoted above is not his.

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
OK I looked it up..I never watched that movie either,
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
OK I looked it up..I never watched that movie either,

The Munchkin Man considers this one of the most intense prison movies ever made.

If you ever decide to rent it, the Munchkin Man hopes you are able to get the uncut version.

The extra scene in incredible.

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
Midnight Express
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Munchkin Man:
quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
OK I looked it up..I never watched that movie either,

The Munchkin Man considers this one of the most intense prison movies ever made.

If you ever decide to rent it, the Munchkin Man hopes you are able to get the uncut version.

The extra scene in incredible.

Munchkin Man

Yeah I will rent it...uncut. [Wink]
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
Since no one put a new one up there I will throw one out. This movie was just on FX last night (hint)

"Somehow I told you so just doesn't quite say it."
 
Posted by Munchkin Man on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
Since no one put a new one up there I will throw one out. This movie was just on FX last night (hint)

"Somehow I told you so just doesn't quite say it."

The Munchkin Man honestly has no idea.

The Munchkin Man no longer watches television, so your hint won't be of any help to the Munchkin Man.

In any event, the Munchkin Man has another goody coming up when it is his turn.

Best Wishes,

Munchkin Man
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
Since no one put a new one up there I will throw one out. This movie was just on FX last night (hint)

"Somehow I told you so just doesn't quite say it."

Nother hint, Futuristic Fresh Prince.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
I, robot
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
Here's one:

"There was nothing wrong with it... until I was about 12 years old and that no-talent ass clown became famous and started winning Grammys."
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
I, robot

Yep
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by J_U_ICE:
Here's one:

"There was nothing wrong with it... until I was about 12 years old and that no-talent ass clown became famous and started winning Grammys."

One of my favorite movies, also produced some very quotable moments.
"watch out for the corn hole"
and of course the total destruction of the office fax machine!!!!!!!

"Office Space" damn it feels good to be a gangster.
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
Next:

"Your looking at now, now. Everything that is happening now is happening now."
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
Next:

"Your looking at now, now. Everything that is happening now is happening now."

Spaceballs!?
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
Next:

"Your looking at now, now. Everything that is happening now is happening now."

Spaceballs!?
[Wink] DH: When does this happen in the movie?

CS:Your looking at now, now. Everything that is happening now is happening now.

DH: Go back to then.

CS: We can't

DH: Why?

CS: We missed it.

DH: When

CS: Just now.

DH: When will then be now?

CS: .......soon!
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
I had to look it up to see how far off I was,

Dark Helmet: What the hell am I looking at?... When does this happen in the movie?
Colonel Sandurz: Now, You're looking at now sir...Everything that happens now is happening now.
Dark Helmet: What happened to then?
Colonel Sandurz: We passed it.
Dark Helmet:When.
Colonel Sandurz:Just now... We're at now now.
Dark Helmet: Go back to then?
Colonel Sandurz: When?
Dark Helmet: Now.
Colonel Sandurz: Now?
Dark Helmet: Now.
Colonel Sandurz:I can't
Dark Helmet: Why?
Colonel Sandurz: We missed it.
Dark Helmet: When?
Colonel Sandurz: Just now.
Dark Helmet: When will then be now?
Colonel Sandurz: Soon!
Dark Helmet: How soon?
Technician: Sir!
Dark Helmet: What?
Technician: We've identified their location!
Dark Helmet: Where?
Technician: It's the moon of Vega
Colonel Sandurz: Good work. Set a course and prepare for our arrival
Dark Helmet: When?
Technician: Nineteen hundred hours, sir!
Colonel Sandurz: By high noon tomorrow they will be our prisoners!
Dark Helmet: WHO?!?!
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
good stuff, and may the schwartz be with you!
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
Killing an elephant is not a crime, it's a sin
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
Killing an elephant is not a crime, it's a sin

Shouldn't you be in the Paris Hilton loves drunk elephant's post?? [Wink]
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
LOL... that quote is inexact, but...

it's been awhile since i saw the movie... and no it wasn't Tarzan.
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
The one movie with bill murray?
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
Caddy Shack???? I remember the gopher but no elephant. [Wink]
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by glassman:
LOL... that quote is inexact, but...

it's been awhile since i saw the movie... and no it wasn't Tarzan.

I saw the movie too, a long time ago I can not remember it's name but I remember Eastwood was in it. It will come to me tonight when I am trying to fall asleep.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
yep it was Clint.. nobody spits out gritty lines like he does.. Johne Wayne was gritty too, but he sorta rolled out the lines...
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
white hunter,black heart?
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
white hunter,black heart?

That's it JR, now i don't have to worry about remembering it right as I doze off tonight.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
yep: great movie IMO,

John: What do the drums say?

500 Kill Hunter/Guide: Always the same words... "white hunter, black heart".

 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
Whos next?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
prolly me...but go ahead ...I cant think right now
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
"Orange Mocha Frappacinos!"

Who says it and which movie?
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
"Orange Mocha Frappacinos!"

Who says it and which movie?

I am almost ashamed that I know this one, Ben Stiller's "Zoolander". ouch.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
who's ben stiller? [Big Grin]
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
Exactly!!!!
 
Posted by BooDog on :
 
HUH???
Come on! His movies are great!!!

"When Harry Met Sally" should be a classic!


lol
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
His movies are awesome. "When Harry Met Sally"is a classic. Come on guys...
Here watch this:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3889944325139005442
 
Posted by BooDog on :
 
LMFAO wdcisco!
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
LOL! I haven't seen a good (new) comedy like that for a while man ...If anyone has any recomendations please...let me know.

LMAO...THAT CLIP IS GOLD.
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
C'mon..no new movie quotes? Ok I got one from an episode on nbc last week...

(whispery coars humorous voice)

"Mind cheater....mind cheater."
 
Posted by Jo4321 on :
 
quote:
C'mon..no new movie quotes? Ok I got one from an episode on nbc last week...

(whispery coars humorous voice)

"Mind cheater....mind cheater."

Chuck (Chuck vs. the Truth)
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
Thats right jo! Your turn.

I have one question...be honest...did you use a search engine...or are you just humored by Morgan's way with words..lmao!!

Your good.
 
Posted by Jo4321 on :
 
Nope, didn't have to Google, cause I had just watched that episode from my DVR. (I did look at the DVR to see what the episode was called though!)

Okay here's a movie one:


"Why are you hiding back there? You don't have to hide from me - I'm Peg Boggs, your local Avon representative and I'm as harmless as cherry pie"
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
Nice! Chuck is my favorite show on T.V. right now. [Wink]

If no one else knows it...hint?
 
Posted by greenman on :
 
This isn't a new movie, but this is one of my favorite's, if not my #1 favorite movie....

"Them sirens done loved him up and turned him into a horny toad."

"Baptism...Pete,Delmar, I swear you two are dumber than a bag of hammers."

I bet I can quote the whole movie.
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jo4321:
Nope, didn't have to Google, cause I had just watched that episode from my DVR. (I did look at the DVR to see what the episode was called though!)

Okay here's a movie one:


"Why are you hiding back there? You don't have to hide from me - I'm Peg Boggs, your local Avon representative and I'm as harmless as cherry pie"

edward scissorhands ??
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by greenman:
This isn't a new movie, but this is one of my favorite's, if not my #1 favorite movie....

"Them sirens done loved him up and turned him into a horny toad."

"Baptism...Pete,Delmar, I swear you two are dumber than a bag of hammers."

I bet I can quote the whole movie.

brother..where art thou
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
"Lord, it's a miracle! He just up and vanished like a fart in the wind."
 
Posted by Jo4321 on :
 
quote:
"Why are you hiding back there? You don't have to hide from me - I'm Peg Boggs, your local Avon representative and I'm as harmless as cherry pie"
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

edward scissorhands ??

Yep
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
"Lord, it's a miracle! He just up and vanished like a fart in the wind."

Damna good movie. Shawshank Redemtion.
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
"The hard part about playing chicken is knowin' when to flinch."
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
"Lord, it's a miracle! He just up and vanished like a fart in the wind."

Damna good movie. Shawshank Redemtion.
yep, in my top 5 all timers
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Jo4321:
quote:
"Why are you hiding back there? You don't have to hide from me - I'm Peg Boggs, your local Avon representative and I'm as harmless as cherry pie"
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

edward scissorhands ??

Yep
my turn..

"havent i made it abundantly clear during the tenure of our friendship that i dont know S#it?
Half the time im talking outta my ass.... or stickin my hand in it."

[Smile]
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
Big Kevin Smith fan..... Mallrats
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by J_U_ICE:
Big Kevin Smith fan..... Mallrats

you got it. i tried to pick a part a little more obscure in the movie but i guess that didnt work.. [Smile] i was gonna do one from clerks but i wasnt sure if anyone saw that one since it wasnt as popular as the bigger movies later on.
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
"The hard part about playing chicken is knowin' when to flinch."

Need a hint?
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
"The hard part about playing chicken is knowin' when to flinch."

Need a hint?
that sub movie, can't recall the name at the moment
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
HUnt for Red October?
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
Yepper, one of my all time favs.
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
"My brain is like oatmeal. Kenny and i are watching the same t.v. shows, and i'm liking them. i'm losing it"
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
I don't have a clue.
 
Posted by IMAKEMONEY on :
 
SOUTH PARK?
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
"My brain is like oatmeal. Kenny and i are watching the same t.v. shows, and i'm liking them. i'm losing it"

early eighties movie. an adult is speaking. acutally its Megan and I, not Kenny
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
"My brain is like oatmeal. Kenny and i are watching the same t.v. shows, and i'm liking them. i'm losing it"

early eighties movie. an adult is speaking. acutally its Megan and I, not Kenny
You were in the movie?!
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by turbokid:
quote:
Originally posted by J_U_ICE:
Big Kevin Smith fan..... Mallrats

you got it. i tried to pick a part a little more obscure in the movie but i guess that didnt work.. [Smile] i was gonna do one from clerks but i wasnt sure if anyone saw that one since it wasnt as popular as the bigger movies later on.
I was going to post something from Clerks too but it would be to vulgar. [Smile]
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
"My brain is like oatmeal. Kenny and i are watching the same t.v. shows, and i'm liking them. i'm losing it"

early eighties movie. an adult is speaking. acutally its Megan and I, not Kenny
Good one, I had to look it up and am therefore disqualifying myself. Nice stumper though.
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
"My brain is like oatmeal. Kenny and i are watching the same t.v. shows, and i'm liking them. i'm losing it"

early eighties movie. an adult is speaking. acutally its Megan and I, not Kenny
Good one, I had to look it up and am therefore disqualifying myself. Nice stumper though.
the great Mr.Mom
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
I Never would have guessed that one metal1
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
I'll go out of turn since we need a new one.

2 quotes from the same movie:
"I want you to know that if I don't ever see you again, I meant everything I said."

"Sounds like you got it all worked out?
Yea, except the part where we don't get killed.
Better smoke these while we have the chance."

and another quote from a movie I like:

"He's out there dancing with a pretty gal while we sit here and pull our tallywackers."
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
Hint???
 
Posted by retiredat49 on :
 
Open Range...
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
oh, yeah...you're right, Buck...just saw that this past weekend. Don't understand why good Westerns are so rare these days...
 
Posted by retiredat49 on :
 
Yeah Tex...that was a great western...the gunfight was awesome.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Yeah, it was...

I also liked the little touches: the Duvall character giving the shopkeeper some chocolate, the Costner character picking out china, etc...
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
I'll go out of turn since we need a new one.

2 quotes from the same movie:
"I want you to know that if I don't ever see you again, I meant everything I said."

"Sounds like you got it all worked out?
Yea, except the part where we don't get killed.
Better smoke these while we have the chance."

and another quote from a movie I like:

"He's out there dancing with a pretty gal while we sit here and pull our tallywackers."

Yep, first ones Open Range. Second one is also a western...HINT.. "Did you guy's see the size of that chicken?"
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
unforgiven?
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
unforgiven?

Nope.
 
Posted by Lockman on :
 
"Sounds like you got it all worked out?
Yea, except the part where we don't get killed.
Better smoke these while we have the chance

Butch Cassidy and the Sun dance kid?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by retiredat49:
Open Range...

been answered, fellas
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
Open range was the right answer to the firt one, the second one hasn't been answered yet.

"He's out there dancing with a pretty gal while we sit here and pull our tallywackers."
and the bonus hint
"Did you guy's see the size of that chicken?"
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
oh, gotchya...

thanks for the clarification
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
‘It's 106 miles to Chicago, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses.’
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
‘It's 106 miles to Chicago, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses.’

Gotta be the Blues Brothers
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
You got it!!!

Heres another:

"Name's Barf. I'm a Mog, half man half dog. I'm my own best friend."
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
You got it!!!

Heres another:

"Name's Barf. I'm a Mog, half man half dog. I'm my own best friend."

SpaceBalls LOL Nothing like a Mel Brooks comedy. Here's another one.
Then one day I hear "Reach for it, mister." I spun around and there I was standing face to face with a six year old kid. Well, I just laid down my guns and walked away. Little ******* shot me in the ass. So I limped to the nearest saloon, crawled inside a whiskey bottle, and I've been there ever since.
 
Posted by wdcisco on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by J_U_ICE:
quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
You got it!!!

Heres another:

"Name's Barf. I'm a Mog, half man half dog. I'm my own best friend."

SpaceBalls LOL Nothing like a Mel Brooks comedy. Here's another one.
Then one day I hear "Reach for it, mister." I spun around and there I was standing face to face with a six year old kid. Well, I just laid down my guns and walked away. Little ******* shot me in the ass. So I limped to the nearest saloon, crawled inside a whiskey bottle, and I've been there ever since.

Good one!

I had to google it..never saw it..I will have to watch that one now lol!

Anybody else wanna guess????
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
You have to see that movie it's a classic
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by J_U_ICE:
quote:
Originally posted by wdcisco:
You got it!!!

Heres another:

"Name's Barf. I'm a Mog, half man half dog. I'm my own best friend."

SpaceBalls LOL Nothing like a Mel Brooks comedy. Here's another one.
Then one day I hear "Reach for it, mister." I spun around and there I was standing face to face with a six year old kid. Well, I just laid down my guns and walked away. Little ******* shot me in the ass. So I limped to the nearest saloon, crawled inside a whiskey bottle, and I've been there ever since.

Gene Wilder is classic in Mel Brooks "Blazing Saddles"
 
Posted by Happy Valley on :
 
One of many classic quotes from this movie...

"I'll be watchin' you Newton...I only came here to do two things man, kick some azz and drink some beer...Looks like were almost out of beer..."
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
the newton brothers
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Happy Valley:
One of many classic quotes from this movie...

"I'll be watchin' you Newton...I only came here to do two things man, kick some azz and drink some beer...Looks like were almost out of beer..."

I remember this quote just can't figure out the movie name
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
I know it but I will wait a bit since I got the last one. One of my favorite quotes from the same movie is "That's what I like about high school girls, I keep getting older and they stay the same age." [Big Grin]
 
Posted by Lockman on :
 
I just saw this movie- About a small town highschool football player and what looks like a town wide beer and pot fest at the end.
 
Posted by Lockman on :
 
Dazed and Confused?
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
I know it but I will wait a bit since I got the last one. One of my favorite quotes from the same movie is "That's what I like about high school girls, I keep getting older and they stay the same age." [Big Grin]

Great quote Matthew McConaughey LMAO
http://youtube.com/watch?v=vo4kDrWBa6c
 
Posted by Happy Valley on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Lockman:
Dazed and Confused?

Yup...One of my all-time favorite movies..."Love them redheads"...LMAO
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:


"He's out there dancing with a pretty gal while we sit here and pull our tallywackers."
and the bonus hint
"Did you guy's see the size of that chicken?"

No one!!!! nother hint perhaps?????

Charley, Doc, Dick, Chavez, Billy, Dirty Steve.
 
Posted by Happy Valley on :
 
Young Guns
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Happy Valley:
Young Guns

Ya, that last hint got pretty easy didn't it. NEXT
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Ok, no one has put one up and since I started the thread, I'll jump in with an easy one:

"I just want to say one word to you - just one word.... plastics."
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
The Graduate
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Told you it was easy, didn't think it was quite THAT easy though.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
new movie:

"Are you the one they call ______? Such a strong man you are. A man like you could own the greatest tale ever sung. _______... Stay with me. Give me a son, and I shall make you the greatest king that ever lived. This... I swear"
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Told you it was easy, didn't think it was quite THAT easy though.

was slow seeing yur post [Big Grin]

you know, funny thang?

Was just re-reading the start of this thread earlier...sure do miss some of those cats...glad Pagan still drops by.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
new movie:

"Are you the one they call ______? Such a strong man you are. A man like you could own the greatest tale ever sung. _______... Stay with me. Give me a son, and I shall make you the greatest king that ever lived. This... I swear"

bumpedy bump
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
The King and I? Wild guess.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
nope...

clue: "animated"
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
I'll never get it then. Haven't seen an animated move in years. I'm gonna cheat though.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
animated in quotes...not a "cartoon"

purdy dang good, too
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
new movie:

"Are you the one they call ______? Such a strong man you are. A man like you could own the greatest tale ever sung. _______... Stay with me. Give me a son, and I shall make you the greatest king that ever lived. This... I swear"

bumpedy bump
Easy One Tex. Beowulf. That line is actually in one of the preview trailers.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here's one...

"Pretty soon we'll go down faster than a Thai hooker!"
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Open up, Tracy?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
Open up, Tracy?

Huh?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
new movie:

"Are you the one they call ______? Such a strong man you are. A man like you could own the greatest tale ever sung. _______... Stay with me. Give me a son, and I shall make you the greatest king that ever lived. This... I swear"

bumpedy bump
Easy One Tex. Beowulf. That line is actually in one of the preview trailers.
did I say it was difficult? [Smile]

did you see it? had someone described it to me, wouldv'e prolly passed...but I enjoyed it.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
new movie:

"Are you the one they call ______? Such a strong man you are. A man like you could own the greatest tale ever sung. _______... Stay with me. Give me a son, and I shall make you the greatest king that ever lived. This... I swear"

bumpedy bump
Easy One Tex. Beowulf. That line is actually in one of the preview trailers.
did I say it was difficult? [Smile]

did you see it? had someone described it to me, wouldv'e prolly passed...but I enjoyed it.

Yes, saw the 3-D Imax version. Was pretty impressive visually.

Btw...no guess on that quote I posted Tex?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
the 3-d version...kewl...about 1 reel in, I started thinking about that...

The Thai hoojer line? no, doesn't ring a bell...
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Here's one...

"Pretty soon we'll go down faster than a Thai hooker!"

I didn't much care for the movie but I remember the scene... "Snakes on a Plane." For the life of me, I have no idea what Sam Jackson was thinking when he accepted the role. Must have paid him a boat load.
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
"Yeah I called her up, she gave me a bunch of crap about me not listening to her, or something, I don't know, I wasn't really paying attention."
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
One of my favorites Cottonjim. Dumb and Dumber
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
So I jump ship in Hong Kong and make my way over to Tibet, and I get on as a looper at a course over in the Himalayas. A looper, you know, a caddy, a looper, a jock. So, I tell them I'm a pro jock, and who do you think they give me? The Dalai Lama, himself. Twelfth son of the Lama. The flowing robes, the grace, bald... striking. So, I'm on the first tee with him. I give him the driver. He hauls off and whacks one - big hitter, the Lama - long, into a ten-thousand foot crevasse, right at the base of this glacier. Do you know what the Lama says? Gunga galunga... gunga, gunga-galunga. So we finish the eighteenth and he's gonna stiff me. And I say, "Hey, Lama, hey, how about a little something, you know, for the effort, you know." And he says, "Oh, uh, there won't be any money, but when you die, on your deathbed, you will receive total consciousness." So I got that goin' for me, which is nice.
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
"The Lama" Bill Murray in Caddy shack?
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
You got it!
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
"Does Barry Manilow know that you raid his wardrobe?"
 
Posted by BooDog on :
 
I was thinking one of the Austin Powers movies. lol - not even close.

Good movie Cotton
 
Posted by Ace of Spades on :
 
What movie is this from....

"Dude Where's my car?"
 
Posted by Ace of Spades on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by J_U_ICE:
So I jump ship in Hong Kong and make my way over to Tibet, and I get on as a looper at a course over in the Himalayas. A looper, you know, a caddy, a looper, a jock. So, I tell them I'm a pro jock, and who do you think they give me? The Dalai Lama, himself. Twelfth son of the Lama. The flowing robes, the grace, bald... striking. So, I'm on the first tee with him. I give him the driver. He hauls off and whacks one - big hitter, the Lama - long, into a ten-thousand foot crevasse, right at the base of this glacier. Do you know what the Lama says? Gunga galunga... gunga, gunga-galunga. So we finish the eighteenth and he's gonna stiff me. And I say, "Hey, Lama, hey, how about a little something, you know, for the effort, you know." And he says, "Oh, uh, there won't be any money, but when you die, on your deathbed, you will receive total consciousness." So I got that goin' for me, which is nice.

You're Da Man Juice...Holla Back!

Here's the youtube clip

http://youtube.com/watch?v=TkLH56VlKT0

http://youtube.com/watch?v=TkLH56VlKT0
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
"Does Barry Manilow know that you raid his wardrobe?"

The Breakfast Club. That movie was great for it's time.
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by cottonjim:
"Does Barry Manilow know that you raid his wardrobe?"

The Breakfast Club. That movie was great for it's time.
Yep, good movie.
 
Posted by J_U_ICE on :
 
Love that movie. Thanks for the clip Ace!!!
quote:
Originally posted by Ace of Spades:
quote:
Originally posted by J_U_ICE:
So I jump ship in Hong Kong and make my way over to Tibet, and I get on as a looper at a course over in the Himalayas. A looper, you know, a caddy, a looper, a jock. So, I tell them I'm a pro jock, and who do you think they give me? The Dalai Lama, himself. Twelfth son of the Lama. The flowing robes, the grace, bald... striking. So, I'm on the first tee with him. I give him the driver. He hauls off and whacks one - big hitter, the Lama - long, into a ten-thousand foot crevasse, right at the base of this glacier. Do you know what the Lama says? Gunga galunga... gunga, gunga-galunga. So we finish the eighteenth and he's gonna stiff me. And I say, "Hey, Lama, hey, how about a little something, you know, for the effort, you know." And he says, "Oh, uh, there won't be any money, but when you die, on your deathbed, you will receive total consciousness." So I got that goin' for me, which is nice.

You're Da Man Juice...Holla Back!

Here's the youtube clip

http://youtube.com/watch?v=TkLH56VlKT0

http://youtube.com/watch?v=TkLH56VlKT0


 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
its actually pagans turn but in an effort to keep the good times rolling i'll toss one up..


"we had a college fund set aside for you, thats gone now.
you had free room and board, two trusting parents and a social life, thats gone now.
you had a tv, a stereo, a baseball mitt, tennis racket, a skateboard. ALL GONE! and you even had sunlight, and a window in your room."
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by turbokid:
its actually pagans turn but in an effort to keep the good times rolling i'll toss one up..


"we had a college fund set aside for you, thats gone now.
you had free room and board, two trusting parents and a social life, thats gone now.
you had a tv, a stereo, a baseball mitt, tennis racket, a skateboard. ALL GONE! and you even had sunlight, and a window in your room."

lol...tears...

good stuff you guys, that chit outta Caddyshack is too funny...

carry on...Turbo's on deck, but Pagan might pop in anytime.

good stuff
 
Posted by cottonjim on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by turbokid:
its actually pagans turn but in an effort to keep the good times rolling i'll toss one up..


"we had a college fund set aside for you, thats gone now.
you had free room and board, two trusting parents and a social life, thats gone now.
you had a tv, a stereo, a baseball mitt, tennis racket, a skateboard. ALL GONE! and you even had sunlight, and a window in your room."

I fricken knew this one and it was absolutely killing me so I had to cheat. Good pick.
 
Posted by turbokid on :
 
umm.. bump [Smile]
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
"Initiative comes to thems that wait."

First who guesses the correct answer then must post the next quote to be guessed.

****No web searches!!****
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
its an older movie but i cant think of the name!
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Dick Tracy!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
its an older movie but i cant think of the name!

Yes...maybe 20-30 years ago.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
Dick Tracy!

Not even close. Ummm....ya guys wanna hint? It's actually a movie....that is from our youth...me, you, and JR at least.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Sidney Portier and Tony Curtis?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
Sidney Portier and Tony Curtis?

Hahaha...not sure what you were talking about JR. But here is a very easy clue.

What time is it?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
Dick Tracy!

Not even close. Ummm....ya guys wanna hint? It's actually a movie....that is from our youth...me, you, and JR at least.
I know...was a joke.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
Dick Tracy!

Not even close. Ummm....ya guys wanna hint? It's actually a movie....that is from our youth...me, you, and JR at least.
I know...was a joke.
Well..C'mon Tex.....somebody has to answer the quote. I know ya got it in ya!
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
our youth, time...hmmm

couldn't stand it, so I cheated.

Even then, it took a second.

Here's my clue: the Dutch team
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
I was thinking of the portier and curtis movie where they were chained together escaping from prison....
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
is there a color involved?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
is there a color involved?

Yes...oh so close JR!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
our youth, time...hmmm

couldn't stand it, so I cheated.

Even then, it took a second.

Here's my clue: the Dutch team

I know you can't answer since ya cheated...but...did the clues make sense?

PS: I think JR is about to solve it.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
is there an orange clock involved?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
is there an orange clock involved?

har har har JR....say the words and post your quote! [Wink]
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
our youth, time...hmmm

couldn't stand it, so I cheated.

Even then, it took a second.

Here's my clue: the Dutch team

I know you can't answer since ya cheated...but...did the clues make sense?

PS: I think JR is about to solve it.

...only after I cheated [BadOne]
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
A Clockwork Orange......................................................................"You really think those Green Beret Karate tricks are gonna help you against all these boys?"
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Billy Jack
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
"Well, whaddya want me to do--learn to stutter?"
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
the thin man?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
nope, not *that* old--from the following decade
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Maltese Falcon
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
yessir
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Well, I guess Buck ain't gonna take his turn, so:

"Is it safe?"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
Well, I guess Buck ain't gonna take his turn, so:

"Is it safe?"

Marathon Man.

PS: aren't all dentists sadists? [Eek!]
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
he was...scary
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Well, I guess Pagan doesn't want his turn, either:

"Go--get the butter."
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
Well, I guess Pagan doesn't want his turn, either:

"Go--get the butter."

Hahaha...I don't have a clue where that quote is from.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Here is a quote for ya Tex.

"Like a midget at a urinal, I was going to have to stay on my toes."
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
Well, I guess Pagan doesn't want his turn, either:

"Go--get the butter."

thats got to be Marlon in "Last tango in Paris"?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
MY turn!...

Bud "Virgil" Brigman: God damn it, you *****! You never backed away from anything in your life! Now fight! [Slaps Lindsay.] Fight! [Slaps Lindsay again.] Fiiiiight!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
MY turn!...

Bud "Virgil" Brigman: God damn it, you *****! You never backed away from anything in your life! Now fight! [Slaps Lindsay.] Fight! [Slaps Lindsay again.] Fiiiiight!

Easy one...The Abyss.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
your turn...I like em easy!
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
Here is a quote for ya Tex.

"Like a midget at a urinal, I was going to have to stay on my toes."

this one is in play, now, I think
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
sounds like a film noir
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Dead men dont wear plaid?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
sounds good
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
Dead men dont wear plaid?

Nope.
Think...goofy comedy from the '80's. I love this quote though!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
your turn...I like em easy!

Btw...was that in reference to women or movie quotes? [Wink]
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
airplane?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by jordanreed:
airplane?

Soooooo.....close JR.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
naked gun?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
naked gun?

Well....just because you are TEX....I'll let ya slide and say it is correct. It's actually Naked Gun 33 & 1/3.

Post up a new one Tex!
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
bad clue! lol...33 from '94

"______, I want you to know I'm a steel trap. No matter what happens tonight, I will never, ever, ever speak a word of it."
 
Posted by CashCowMoo on :
 
this would be easier for me if I was older!
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
The one I just posted? It's recent.
 
Posted by CashCowMoo on :
 
That was easy, the hangover. all you have to do is google the hint and the movie pulls up.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by CashCowMoo:
That was easy, the hangover. all you have to do is google the hint and the movie pulls up.

lol...

you goof
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
CCM...you need to look at the rules of this thread one more time.

Here's one...

I never did like you much myself anyways Julie...now get out
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
can't be from Julie and Julia--at least, I don't remember any scene in which that would apply.
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
How about throwing us a clue Buck?
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Julie is NOT a girl
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
The crying game?
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Nope...
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
was it Deer Hunter? i don't remeber the quote, but i remeber there was a julien in the movie...
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
No sir...
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
The Sting?
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
No sir...
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
The Birdcage?
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Nice try but...no
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
more hints, more hints...
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
I agree...I believe another clue is needed.
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
It's one from the "lonely man" trilogy
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
The Walker?
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
miust be American Gigolo then... Julien was Richard Gere's character. i still just don't 'member hearing it tho
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Nope
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
nope what?
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Glass is right...It was a line from Bill Duke "Leon" Julien's pimp
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
nope what?

Nope = Walker is not it...
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
Wanna beer?

It's 7 o'clock in the morning.

Scotch?
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Barfly?
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by buckstalker:
Barfly?

No
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
Wanna beer?

It's 7 o'clock in the morning.

Scotch?

that ain't no movie, that's my old Navy Buds. [Wink]
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
also some of my former co workers, haha
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Goodfellas
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by buckstalker:
Goodfellas

No
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
No what?
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
I quoted your response. off by 7 years on goodfellas
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Mr. Mom was the movie.

PS: it's actually Glassman's turn to post a quote.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Hey, it's Glass's turn, lol
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
i pass right now... i only got that one from the clues anyway... i'll try to think of a good one that's not too hard, but hard enough to be interesting and post it later..
seems like all the best quotes are too easy...
 
Posted by rounder1 on :
 
How about this one:

"You seemed a lot taller on radio."
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Pagan's turn...

rounder on deck
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
“You can’t respect someone who kisses your ass. I just doesn’t work”
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Snow White?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
Snow White?

Hhahaha...are you kidding? If not...I apologize.

That answer is incorrect.

Quick clue: very funny and popular movie back in the '80's.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Breakfast Club
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by T e x:
Breakfast Club

Your burning up Tex.....so close. Same Director!
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
st elmos fire?....nope,,thats not funny movie
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
Ferris Bueller?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Pretty in Pink?
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
Ferris Bueller?

That's the one! Always liked that movie.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Pagan:
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
Ferris Bueller?

That's the one! Always liked that movie.
OK, we'll hold rounder's in the queue, in case someone passes.

It's now metal's turn.

Hit it, metal...
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
metal...metal...metal
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by rounder1:
How about this one:

"You seemed a lot taller on radio."

OK, too long--we'll dip into the queue:

"You seemed a lot taller on radio."
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Smokey and the Bandit?
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
Good morning Vietnam?
 
Posted by rounder1 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by buckstalker:
Smokey and the Bandit?

Thats it!....
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Mmmmm Mmmmm! This is a tasty burger!
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by buckstalker:
Mmmmm Mmmmm! This is a tasty burger!

Pulp Fiction. That was one of the best scenes from that movie!
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Great movie...Ur up
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
here's a quick one that always cracks me up..

"You eat pieces of s h i t for breakfast?"
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by metal1:
here's a quick one that always cracks me up..

"You eat pieces of s h i t for breakfast?"

How bout another clue?
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Caddyshack
 
Posted by SeekingFreedom on :
 
Close, Tex...isn't that Happy Gilmore?

Whichever of the Sandler films that has him as a golfer...
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by SeekingFreedom:
Close, Tex...isn't that Happy Gilmore?

Whichever of the Sandler films that has him as a golfer...

YES
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
You're up, SF.
 
Posted by SeekingFreedom on :
 
Dave, Sherby doesn't think the Navy hangs people from yardarms anymore.
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Love Boat, The Movie
 
Posted by SeekingFreedom on :
 
Nope, hint on the quote, neither Dave not Sherby are important chars.
 
Posted by SeekingFreedom on :
 
Same film...

you're going to spend the next three months going blind on paperwork because a Signalman Second Class bought and smoked a dime bag of oregano
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
Cheech & Chong on the Road to Tijuana?
 
Posted by SeekingFreedom on :
 
Think military
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
you can't stand the truth
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
A few good men are hard to find?
 
Posted by SeekingFreedom on :
 
quote:
you can't stand the truth
It's you can't handle the truth...but yes. [Smile]

quote:
A few good men are hard to find?
One of the best 'one liner' machines ever filmed.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
a few hard men are good to find
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
should we try again?????????
 
Posted by Pagan on :
 
Who's actually up?
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
looks like glass
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
yes, Glass BUT, anyone can fill in if the winner takes too long.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
he be taken too long..must be workin hard
 
Posted by metal1 on :
 
"man up and vanished like a fart in the wind"
 
Posted by rounder1 on :
 
one of my favorites.....Shawshank Redemption!
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
your turn
 
Posted by rounder1 on :
 
"Listen, here's the thing. If you can't spot the sucker in the first half hour at the table, then you ARE the sucker."
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
Ed Norton movie?
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
The Score
 
Posted by SeekingFreedom on :
 
21?
 
Posted by Relentless. on :
 
Rounders 1998.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
i was right?..+
 
Posted by rounder1 on :
 
Relentless is right....Its Rounders
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
starring ed norton which is what i said [Smile]
 
Posted by rounder1 on :
 
correct......another one of my favorites......hence my alias for this board.
 
Posted by rounder1 on :
 
bump.....relentless, your turn.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
OK, i finally got one i like:

Little by little the look of the country changes because of the men we admire. You're just going to have to make up your own mind one day about what's right and wrong.
 
Posted by Relentless. on :
 
Sorry, didn't read up on the rules of the game.
Here you go:
quote:
Half of writing history is hiding the truth.

 
Posted by glassman on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Relentless.:
Sorry, didn't read up on the rules of the game.
Here you go:
quote:
Half of writing history is hiding the truth.

sure i did, i passed on an answer a long time ago...
 
Posted by Relentless. on :
 
You know what movie it's from.. Not sure anyone else will get it.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
i was just getting ready to make my guess.... but i'll wait...
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
hmmm...nobody else? DaVinci Code?
 
Posted by Relentless. on :
 
Nope.
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
i could swear i read it...
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
looked it up..couldnt resist....close glass....
 
Posted by rounder1 on :
 
Never seen the movie before but if the Davinci Code is a close guess then I am gonna guess another Dan Brown inspired movie......Angels and Demons????
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
nope
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Serenity?
 
Posted by Relentless. on :
 
Bingo
 
Posted by glassman on :
 
LOL.. i own that, and the Firefly season, we were watching a couple episodes on friday...
but i could swear i 'eard it on the DaVinci Code.. which i don't own.....
go figure...
 
Posted by Relentless. on :
 
lol, that's why I figured you were a shoe in. I knew you were a fan.
 
Posted by jordanreed on :
 
when i googled it ..it said the movie was Bloodline
 
Posted by CashCowMoo on :
 
I am surprised Michael Moore moves are not talked about that much around here! Lmao
 
Posted by Relentless. on :
 
 -

MooMoo, you are truly lost.
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
Here's one...

Those men wanted to have sex with me!!!
 
Posted by Relentless. on :
 
Trading Places.. Easy one
 
Posted by buckstalker on :
 
yep...
 
Posted by T e x on :
 
"Where the hell've you been? You're late and I tell you, I don't like it. It's a bad start, boys. I got my people down there throwin' snowballs and rarin' to go."
 
Posted by Upside on :
 
Before I resurrect this thread I figured I should answer Tex's. It's from Silverado and yes, I cheated and Googled it.

Next:

Where did they teach you to talk like that, in some Panama City "Sailor wanna hump-hump bar?"
 
Posted by Relentless. on :
 
Wait... Googling isn't allowed?
 
Posted by Relentless. on :
 
quote:
Originally posted by Upside:
Before I resurrect this thread I figured I should answer Tex's. It's from Silverado and yes, I cheated and Googled it.

Next:

Where did they teach you to talk like that, in some Panama City "Sailor wanna hump-hump bar?"

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119822/quotes

This game is easy
 


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