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chris.ph

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what are everybodies favourite quotes from the movies any genre any age group. mines the obvious "luke i am your father"
 
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"From hell's heart, I stab at thee. For hate's sake, I spit my last breath at thee." :eek:

Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 8)
 

Jinx

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Goldie - "Six, the perfect number."
Angel Eyes - "I thought three was the perfect number."
Goldie - "Yeah, but I got six more bullets in my gun."

-- The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
 

Dotsie

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"It's alright Andy, it's just bolognaise!"

Hot Fuzz.
 

Jinx

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TheMole said:
"Do you expect me to talk?"
"No, Mister Bond, I expect you to die!"

"Goldfinger"
Oh I just remembered the Simpsons version with Hank Scorpio.

"No, I expect you to die and for it to be a very cheap funeral!"
:laugh:
 

Dotsie

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This one's from a play really (Henry V), but it's been made into a film, so:

"...he comes o'er us with our wilder days, not measuring what use we made of them''

I say it to my dad when he mentions my teen years - basically, I might have been a stinker, but I learnt a lot from it! :laugh: And because it's Shakespeare of course he can't argue ;)
 
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"Vodka martini"
"Shaken or stirred?"
"Do I look like I give a damn?"
 

Jan Van Quirm

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Both gentlemen from Germany too I believe? I loved that Hugh Laurie character :laugh:

I'm a Tolkien nut so there's tons from the Trilogy films I like - one I'm using rather a lot lately is "Keep it secret. Keep it safe!"
The one I like best though is from the 1st film (The Fellowship) but it's more because of the visual impact. 'Tis the bit where Gandalf's just been pulled off the Bridge by the Balrog and he yells "Fly you fools!" - and the camera zooms in on Ian McKellans face and a wisp of his false beard puffs about with his breath as he shouts at the others - magic! :laugh:
 

Dotsie

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"How lucky you English are to find the toilet so amusing. For us, it is a mundane and functional item. For you it is the basis of an entire culture"

Blackadder


"Her first baby come out sideways. She didn't scream or nothing"

Planes trains & automobiles.
 

TheMole

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Jan Van Quirm said:
I loved that Hugh Laurie character :laugh:
:laugh: Me too - "At my school, having dirty hair and spots was a sign of maturity!"

;) and what about these few quotes?
"Now listen very carefully, I shall say this only once!"
"You stupid woman!"
"Shut up, you old bat!"
"That´s first time I see your rear quarters, René!"
"You may now kiss me!"
 
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From the Fifth Element and the excellnt Mr Oldman

"I hate warriors, too narrow minded. I'll tell you what I do like though: a killer, a dyed-in-the-wool killer. Cold blooded, clean, methodical and thorough. Now a real killer, when he picked up the ZF-1, would've immediately asked about the little red button on the bottom of the gun" BOOM!
 

mattygroves

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Dotsie said:
"How lucky you English are to find the toilet so amusing. For us, it is a mundane and functional item. For you it is the basis of an entire culture"

Blackadder
I lived in Germany for a year, and can easily explain why the Germans regard toilets differently. It's because they have the most ill designed toilets ever.



http://www.asecular.com/~scott/misc/toilet.htm

That link even comes with pictures (of toilets - fear not - it's perfectly suitable for all) and never fails to make me laugh. And it's all true.
 

Tonyblack

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They have those type of toilets in the Netherlands as well. There's a sort of ledge where... things sit out of the water until you flush. Very odd indeed. :laugh:
 

Jan Van Quirm

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Ewww! We regularly went to Austria/Germany for holidays in the 80s/90s - called those models 'inspection pads'..... :eek:

My husband and his brother developed a rather unfortunate obsession with them and got pretty disappointed when they seemed to become less popular as time went by... :rolleyes:
 

Catch-up

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Because I'm watching Firefly - "Let's go to the crappy little town where I'm a hero!"
 

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