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« Reply #15 on: February 10, 2003, 07:11:59 AM »
"I love my lips".  Larry from Veggietales

"There's a monster outside my window.  Can I have a glass of water."  -  Signs

"Go ahead, make my day".  -  Clint Eastwood

And many, many, many, many, more.

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« Reply #16 on: February 10, 2003, 09:10:30 AM »
"My name is Elmer J. Fudd.  I'm a millionaire.  I own a mansion and a yacht." - the re-psyched Bugs Bunny, after they convince him he's Elmer, in Heaven-knows-which Buggs Bunny Cartoon.

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« Reply #17 on: February 10, 2003, 10:49:08 AM »
Thought of a few more:

"Can I borrow your towel, my car just hit a water buffalo" - Fletch

"You can milk anything with nipples."
"I have nipples Greg, can you milk me?" - Robert DeNiro, Meet the Parents

"Two things I hate..people who are prejudiced to those of other cultures and the Dutch" Michael Caine in Austin Powers 3

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« Reply #18 on: February 10, 2003, 02:08:09 PM »
A Few More...

"Kate's an iceberg waiting for the Titanic." Billy Bob Thorton as Terry Wheeler in Bandits

It doesn't matter how many people I've killed. What matters is how I get along with the people who are still alive.
Bruce Willis as Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski The Whole Nine Yards

Two dollars.  I want my two dollars! Newspaper kid in Better Off Dead

Man that ball got outta here in a hurry. I mean anything travels that far oughta have a [omit] stewardess on it, don't you think? Kevin Costner as Crash Davis in Bull Durham

You know those moments when a man makes a decision that'll change his entire life and he steps up to become the hero he was meant to be? This ain't one of those moments.
Eddie Griffin as Luther in The New Guy

"Feeling a little parnoid on our last day?"
"When did Noah build the ark, Gladys?  Before the rain."
Robert Redford as Nathan Muir in Spy Game

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« Reply #19 on: February 10, 2003, 09:23:48 PM »
From Clue:

(Colonel Mustard) "This is war Peacock!  You can't make an omelet without breaking eggs, any cook'll tell you that!"

(Mrs. Peacock) "But look what happened to the cook!"

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« Reply #20 on: February 16, 2003, 03:36:37 PM »
Someone may have beat me to this one on the old movie quotes thread (pre-Movie Reviews section days), but ding dang it if I can find the old one (and I searched like a whole 30 seconds or so at least):

[span style=\'color:blue\']I offer a complete and utter retraction. The imputation was totally without basis in fact and was in no way fair comment and was motivated purely by malice, and I deeply regret any distress that my comments may have caused you or your family, and I hereby undertake not to repeat any such slander at any time in the future.[/span]
 -- John Cleese as Archie in "A Fish Called Wanda"

Also from "AFCW" but with this disclaimer: I am not endorsing pre- or extra-marital sex by posting the whole quote; I just am purist/anti-censorship enough that I don't want to cut a quote - fictional, at that, short. No "curse words" involved. If you're offended, see quote above...:

Archie: [span style=\'color:blue\']You make me feel free![/span]
Wanda (Jamie Lee Curtis): [span style=\'color:blue\']Free?[/span]
Archie: [span style=\'color:blue\']Wanda, do you have any idea what it's like being English? Being so correct all the time, being so stifled by this dread of, of doing the wrong thing, of saying to someone "Are you married?" and hearing "My wife left me this morning," or saying, uh, "Do you have children?" and being told they all burned to death on Wednesday. You see, Wanda, we'll all terrified of embarrassment. That's why we're so... dead. Most of my friends are dead, you know, we have these piles of corpses to dinner. But you're alive, God bless you, and I want to be, I'm so fed up with all this. I want to make love with you, Wanda. I'm a good lover - at least, used to be, back in the early 14th century. Can we go to bed?[/span]
Wanda: [span style=\'color:blue\']Yeah![/span]

- Barb, who wants everyone to love her
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« Reply #21 on: February 17, 2003, 10:42:44 AM »
Barb, I brought up the old thread on lines from movies. It is in the introduction section.

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« Reply #22 on: February 24, 2003, 02:14:43 AM »
The recent Aussie movie "The Castle" has quickly become a local classic with many phrases entering the vernacular.  It is the classic tale of the average family fighting "City Hall" and winning (it helps to have a scriptwriter).

on finding out the asking price for 2nd hand goods advertised in the paper, our hero, Darryl Kerrigan, always replies -"Tell 'im he's dreamin'"
This is now a common response to a quoted price.

Darryl again when offered cash by a Yugoslav neighbour (from a large roll of notes) - "What is it with wogs and cash?"

After complimenting his wife on her cooking before every meal,("What do you call this, darl'?" "Fish and chips" "It's the way you cook it, darl'") Darryl observes to the family : "Why would you eat out when you can get cooking like this at home?"

When their incompetent lawyer is asked by the Supreme Court judge what part of the Constitution supports their case:
"The whole thing.  It's the vibes."

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« Reply #23 on: February 24, 2003, 11:38:50 AM »
What was the Tim Allen movie, the "Star Trek/Star Wars" send-up?  Galaxy Quest?  Y'all remember, where these semi-washed-up actors had a half-life of appearing at sci-fi fan conventions and supermarket openings.

Allen was a bit Shatner-like.  Sigourney Weaver had played a blonde-bimbo type with even fewer lines than Nichelle Nicholls' 'Lt. Uhura'.  The guy that stars in Monk, and had played a horror writer needing a "minder" from his publisher in a previous sitcom- Tony Shaloub?  He was sort of the "Scotty/Geordi" engineer, I guess, but by the time the movie takes place his brain is hopelessly fried.  It would be as if Tommy Chong played a scientist/engineer in character.

Anyway, these aliens had been receiving their old "Galaxy Quest" TV show signals. They thought it was real, like news reports, and came to Earth to get the valiant captain and crew of the show to come & save them from a horrible alien race that threatened to wipe them out.  

They had (sweet, holy innocents!) re-created the technology which had been special effects on the show, but it was real in their ship.  Weapons and matter transporters, everything.

(Now that I'm remembering it, I really did like that movie!  Maybe it belongs on my Top 10 list!)

Anyway, for love of their heroes, they had disguised themselves as human, though underneath I guess they were horrid wriggly squiddy things.

One of these hopeful, innocent aliens was female as a human (I'm not sure they had any gender in their natural form), and she just adored the airheaded, drug-addled guy who played the engineer character.  The little mind he had left was rendered kinda literal and innocent-minded, as well.  He came to love her, too.

Another actor came upon them- ah - expressing affection? "necking"?  Seeing the girl lose some of her human form in her enthusiasm, letting loose a tentacle or two and emitting a few squishy noises, he bridles and moans, shaking his head, "Now, that's just not right!"

If Mike & I act mushy toward each other we get a "Now, that's just not right!" from the kids.

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« Reply #24 on: February 24, 2003, 12:14:11 PM »
Kinda.  Except I don't think there were any squidgy squidddy things disguised as beautiful Mexican senoritas.