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Postby KareNin » Fri 29 May, 2009 06:54 pm

I don't know the movie either, but if it's Matthew McConaughey without a shirt saying the line, I need to rent it.






P.S. The Don (we're such good friends, he doesn't make me call him Mister), I desperately want that little hat that Baby Seamus has on, in your avatar pic. I love that pearlized-looking green yarn. Love it, I say.
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Postby The Don » Fri 29 May, 2009 09:39 pm

Maybe I should give a hint. The writer/director is from Texas.







That hat was donated to the hospital and all new babies get them. I imagine a little old lady in a Methodist church somewhere made it.
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Postby SDR » Fri 29 May, 2009 10:13 pm

Hmmm, I don't remember writing or directing anything like that ... probably because I did too much LDS back in the 60's at Berkeley.

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Postby Coolboyharrell » Sat 30 May, 2009 03:34 pm

SDR wrote:Hmmm, I don't remember writing or directing anything like that ... probably because I did too much LDS back in the 60's at Berkeley.


Oh dear, that made me laugh kind of a lot.



Also, I Googled the quote and hadn't ever heard of the film. But judging from the other quotes, it must be hilarious.
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Postby The Don » Thu 11 Jun, 2009 02:43 pm

The movie was Grindhouse: Planet Terror by Robert Rodriquez.


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Postby KareNin » Sun 09 Aug, 2009 08:03 pm

I'll go, since I still don't have one of those adorable pearly-yarned hats like Seamus The Baby Don got FOR FREE and has undoubtedly outgrown by now, and won't want when he's older anyhow. I'm just sayin'. Okay, here's the quote:

Guy #1: Am I OK?
Guy #2: Well, you're not dead. On the other hand, it looks like you cracked your head, you broke three bones in your leg and foot, you suffered four broken ribs, fractured your left arm, and severed an artery in your right arm, which should've killed you in a matter of minutes, but amazingly, a shard of metal from your watch obstructed the artery, keeping the blood loss low enough to keep you alive... which is pretty cool.
Guy #1: Wow.
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Postby Audrey » Thu 03 Sep, 2009 07:29 am

Oh my gosh, this is from "Stranger Than Fiction," isn't it? My husband just introduced me to that movie -- it's his favorite. Who knew Will Farrell could do serious that well?

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Postby Card » Thu 03 Sep, 2009 11:08 am

That's it. I just watched it on Monday.

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Postby Audrey » Thu 03 Sep, 2009 01:02 pm

OK, then. Here we go.


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Postby KareNin » Thu 03 Sep, 2009 04:32 pm

Why, that line is from "OBWAT," more formally known as "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"

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Oh Porterhouse, look at the wax build up on these shoes I want that wax stripped off there, then I want them creamed and buffed with a fine chamois, and I want them now. Chop chop.
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Postby Binky » Sat 06 Feb, 2010 11:19 pm

KareNin wrote:New quote:

Oh Porterhouse, look at the wax build up on these shoes I want that wax stripped off there, then I want them creamed and buffed with a fine chamois, and I want them now. Chop chop.

Hmmm...is it "Schindler's List?" :wink:
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Postby KareNin » Sat 06 Feb, 2010 11:48 pm

No... good guess, though, Binks! And it only took five months to think of it! Do we need another hint?




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Postby Binky » Sun 07 Feb, 2010 12:19 am

I'm going to go with "The Unbearable Lightness of Being." Amiright? Amiright?
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Postby KareNin » Sun 07 Feb, 2010 05:22 pm

Not even close, but that does remind me: one of my favorite authors, Alexander McCall Smith, has a new volume just released in his 44 Scotland Street series, called The Unbearable Lightness of Scones, which was on my Birthday List, but which the Birthday Fairy did not see fit to bring me a couple of weeks ago. So I'm eagerly awaiting its arrival as soon as the B.F. re-reads my list to check it for completion.

Anyway, no; think back to when Chevy Chase was honestly funny, for the answer to this one. So you know it would have to be early '80s.
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Postby Binky » Sun 21 Feb, 2010 03:39 pm

KareNin wrote:Anyway, no; think back to when Chevy Chase was honestly funny, for the answer to this one. So you know it would have to be early '80s.

Is it Crappyshack?
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Postby KareNin » Sun 21 Feb, 2010 05:14 pm

Yes indeed, the movie that made "Whack-a-Mole" an even more popular game at Chuck E. Cheese's Drive Parents to Drink Emporia.

I'm alright. Nobody worry 'bout me...

For you youngsters who didn't understand, the movie is "Caddyshack," and watching it would be a waste of your time. Watch "So I Married an Axe Murderer" instead.

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Postby Binky » Sun 21 Feb, 2010 08:07 pm

This one may have been done before, but it's one of my favorites:

"It's K-K-K-Ken c-c-c-coming to k-k-k-kill me!"
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Postby SDR » Sun 21 Feb, 2010 08:49 pm

Binky wrote:"It's K-K-K-Ken c-c-c-coming to k-k-k-kill me!"


I believe that would be "A Fish Called Wanda".

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Postby Binky » Sun 21 Feb, 2010 11:20 pm

Right you are, my good man. Proceed.
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Postby SDR » Mon 22 Feb, 2010 12:33 am

"Conversation like television set on honeymoon ... unnecessary."


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