Name that Flick. Great movie Lines.

Posted by: Doin' bpose

Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/20/10 09:53 AM

Can you identify this movie based on this memorable quote?

You can't beat me on the grade!

Hint # 1 A very prolific and respected actor (since passed) played the lead.

Hint # 2 A very accomplished director in one of his first films.

Hint # 3 Plymouth
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/20/10 07:40 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Can you identify this movie based on this memorable quote?

You can't beat me on the grade!

Hint # 1 A very prolific and respected actor (since passed) played the lead.

Hint # 2 A very accomplished director in one of his first films.

Hint # 3 Plymouth



I muffed Hint # 1. I confused Dennis Hopper with the actual Dennis **** who is also known for riding a horse in his movies and sporting a cowboy hat, often in urban settings. Not sure if he is currently living or dead.

Hint # 4 rear view mirror
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/21/10 08:33 PM

I don' tknow and I don't want to google it and cheat. So while we're waiting, I'll add one of my own:

You fool!! You fell victim to one of the classic blunders! The most famous; never get involved in a land war in Asia. But only slightly less well known is this; never go in against a Sicilian, when death is on the line

Hint: Buttercup
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/21/10 08:50 PM

Princess Bride??
I've developed an immunity to isacane powder.
My wife loves that movie.

Better hints for mine. The director is Steven Spielberg. The actor is Dennis Weaver. It was a one word title. It had a lot of highway driving.

I'll give the answer in a little. I did not realize it was such an obscure movie.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/21/10 09:01 PM

Oh okay. Now I know what it is...I just can't think of the name of it! It is about a truck driver?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/21/10 09:08 PM

Yes, Duel. Thanks for playing.
Dennis is getting chased by this guy in a Semi truck. He is getting nervous and hits a steep hill to try to escape...saying, You can't beat me on the grade!

I guess that was a bad way to start the thread. I will try do think of a better one.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/21/10 10:01 PM

Oh, man that's driving me nuts.

Yes, my quote was the Princess Bride.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/21/10 10:23 PM

Originally Posted By: Perky_REALTOR
Oh, man that's driving me nuts.

Yes, my quote was the Princess Bride.


Duel is the answer.

How about this one? Another of my wife's favorite movies.

"Two Utah, Get me two."

Hint Utah is the last name of an injured college football player (now FBI agent), Johnny Utah.

Hint Skydiving and surfing are a big part of the movie

Hint Gary Busie played the character who spoke the quote.
Posted by: R. Danneskjold

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/10 12:52 PM

Quote:

You fool!! You fell victim to one of the classic blunders! The most famous; never get involved in a land war in Asia. But only slightly less well known is this; never go in against a Sicilian, when death is on the line


.....he distinctly said "to blave" and as well as know "to blave" means "to bluff". So you're probably playing cards and he cheated!

Love that movie....

I don't know the Utah one but I'll add my own.....

"That's pretty dangerous building a road in the middle of the street!"

Hint : Character also had a syndicated TV show.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/10 02:37 PM

Originally Posted By: R. Danneskjold

I don't know the Utah one but I'll add my own.....

"That's pretty dangerous building a road in the middle of the street!"

Hint : Character also had a syndicated TV show.
This is just a guess. It is a show my Mom liked....Columbo?

Regarding this one I will add more hints..

"Two Utah, Get me two."

Hint Utah is the last name of an injured college football player (now FBI agent), Johnny Utah.

Hint Skydiving and surfing are a big part of the movie

Hint Gary Busie played the character who spoke the quote.

additonal hint One of the main characters was played by an actor who recently died of pancreatic cancer, also starred in many movies where he was able to show his exceptional dancing ability.

additional hint Bank robbers dressed as former presidents.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/10 04:46 PM

Roadhouse? Patrick Swazye and Sam Elliot?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/10 05:56 PM

Originally Posted By: Perky_REALTOR
Roadhouse? Patrick Swazye and Sam Elliot?


Good guess, but this was Point Break. Patrick Swazye was right on though. Other actor was Keanu Reeves. Swayze and his crew were bank robbers who were also hardcore surfers. Johnny Utah had to learn to surf and win over Bohdi (Patrick S.) to break the ring up.

They were on a stake out (Johnny and his ponchy partner) when Utah went to get lunch. The partner said he wanted two sandwiches not one calling out, "Two Utah, get me two."
Posted by: MontyC21

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/10 07:14 PM

"Hey, Will you watch the Hair?"
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/10 08:39 PM

Saturday Night Fever?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/10 08:58 PM

I was in the dark. GREASE had come to mind on that one.

In my mind, John Travolta will always be Vinny Babarino.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/10 09:40 PM

that's the only character I could think of that would say that, other than The Fonz. LOL

Did you ever notice The Fonz talked like he was from NYC, like Queens or something, even though he was supposedly from Milwaukee? LOL
Posted by: R. Danneskjold

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/10 10:53 PM

Quote:

This is just a guess. It is a show my Mom liked....Columbo?


Nope. Here is another quote from the same character, same movie.....

"Hey, listen, Bernie the Agent, why don't you say "hello" to Arnie the alligator?"

Another hint : This was in the opening scene of the move which took place in a swamp. The move had many cameo appearances of famous actors of the day including Steve Martin, Mel Brooks, and Dom DeLuise.

I think I may have just given this one away.....
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/23/10 07:46 PM

Okay, this is going to sound odd, but is it the Muppet Movie?
Posted by: R. Danneskjold

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/25/10 01:35 PM

Quote:

Okay, this is going to sound odd, but is it the Muppet Movie?


Bingo!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/25/10 02:49 PM

Awesome. I think I watched it this summer with my kids when we went to my sister's wedding. Great clues.

New one..

Throw me the idol. No time to argue. Throw me the idol.

No hints yet.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/25/10 03:08 PM

That HAS to be Indiana Jones.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/25/10 03:19 PM

Yes, Raiders of the Lost Ark.

Throw me the whip!
Throw me the idol. No time to argue. Throw me the idol.
Adios Senor.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/25/10 05:37 PM

OK, here's mine:

In this world there's two kinds of people, my friend. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. You dig.

hint: probably one of the most awesomely crazy theme songs ever
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/25/10 06:50 PM


Not positive, but is it Reservoir Dogs (song stuck in the middle with you)? Line said by Harvey Kitel

I guessed that one from memory. Am I way off?
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/25/10 08:45 PM

Yep, way off.

Another hint: spaghetti
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/25/10 08:58 PM

Good Fellas
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/25/10 09:10 PM

ha ha ha - nope.

hint: sergio
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/25/10 09:33 PM

Originally Posted By: Perky_REALTOR
ha ha ha - nope.

hint: sergio
So the theme song starts off with whistling.

spaghetti refers to the type of western not the food.

I had to do a little research since I was not sure which one. I've seen all 3 but is it The Good, The Bad and the Ugly to which you refer.

Well done. Very good play. I really enjoy western movies.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/26/10 04:10 AM

smile It's my FAVORITE Western of all time. I love the theme, I love the lines, love the characters - imho, there was not a better Western ever (and I like a lot of westerns!)
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/10 10:54 AM

Without question, my favorite movie line, "Now yous can't leave."

A great Mob movie with Robert Deniro.
Posted by: REODayton

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/10 11:51 AM

Thats A Bronx Tale. When he locks the bokers in the bar and proceeds to kick their a$$es.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/10 11:53 AM

your turn reo! laugh
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/10 01:02 PM

Nobody can eat 50 eggs.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/10 01:32 PM

Mmmm. Paul Newman. Mmm, mmm.
Cool Hand Luke.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/10 02:19 PM

You got it.
Posted by: REODayton

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/30/10 07:46 AM

"I'm gonna give ya a piece of advice. Don't ask for something if it's a burden to ya if ya get it."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/30/10 09:12 AM

I'd like a hint. I can't place it. Maybe someone else can.
Posted by: Retsof Yor

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/30/10 09:23 AM

That sounds like Hoffa...I liked Nicholson and his hallmark scrunching of his face, twisting and stretching his neck as he was grabbing his tie speaking in that movie.
Posted by: REODayton

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/30/10 11:15 AM

You got it Retsof. Your turn.
Posted by: Retsof Yor

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/30/10 11:23 AM

Hmm...let me think, Okay...

"We can't stop, we have to slow down first."
Posted by: REODayton

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/30/10 02:29 PM

hint please.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/30/10 03:33 PM

Shooting from the hip on this one. Is it Smokey and the Bandit?
Posted by: R. Danneskjold

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/05/10 10:34 AM

I think that is Spaceballs......Colonel Sanders......when they are in ludicrous speed.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/05/10 12:28 PM

Originally Posted By: R. Danneskjold
I think that is Spaceballs......Colonel Sanders......when they are in ludicrous speed.
May the Schwartz be with you. and my personal favorite............We're not doing this for money. We're doing this for a $h!tload of money.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/10 07:32 PM

Those aren't pillows!


Hint: seasonaly appropriate movie for next week.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/10 07:38 PM

I'm thinking of Planes, Trains, and Automobiles but that probably ain't right.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/10 08:04 PM

Yes it is.

I saw your answer on FB. Clicked the link to respond. Cool.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/10 08:18 PM

Haha I didn't think it was right! LOL
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/09/10 07:06 PM

Stink. Stank. Stunk.
Posted by: droll

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/09/10 08:35 PM

How the Grinch Stole Christmas?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/09/10 08:49 PM

Originally Posted By: droll
How the Grinch Stole Christmas?
woot

Right on Droll!
Posted by: droll

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/09/10 10:38 PM

I usually "Stink" at trivia. OH, there's that word again!
Posted by: clickit425

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/29/11 12:29 PM

Hahaha!

How about this one: "Don't let him out. The eagles will snatch him."
Hint: him is a cute dog named Kevin
Posted by: DelCidsRealty

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/30/11 05:14 AM

The movie is called " The proposal" with Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds.

Originally Posted By: clickit425
Hahaha!

How about this one: "Don't let him out. The eagles will snatch him."
Hint: him is a cute dog named Kevin
Posted by: REODayton

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/30/11 09:22 AM

Originally Posted By: DelCidsRealty
The movie is called " The proposal" with Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds.

Originally Posted By: clickit425
Hahaha!

How about this one: "Don't let him out. The eagles will snatch him."
Hint: him is a cute dog named Kevin


Was not my favorite movie, but that scene did make me laugh. My daughter is still talks about the scene, it disturbed her.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/30/11 09:31 AM

Originally Posted By: REODayton
Originally Posted By: DelCidsRealty
The movie is called " The proposal" with Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds.

Originally Posted By: clickit425
Hahaha!

How about this one: "Don't let him out. The eagles will snatch him."
Hint: him is a cute dog named Kevin


Was not my favorite movie, but that scene did make me laugh. My daughter is still talks about the scene, it disturbed her.
I have never seen this movie. I will have to check it out.

I watched Up this weekend with my kids. Holy macaroni. The 1st 5 minutes were about as good as anything I have ever seen. It was very mature, emotionally. If you have not seen it it is one of Walt Disney's animated movies by Pixar. The remainder of the movie was pretty good, but the first 5 minutes are worth the price of admission and it is enjoyable on an adult level.
Posted by: clickit425

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/31/11 09:39 AM

[quote=Doin' bpose][quote=REODayton][quote=DelCidsRealty]The movie is called " The proposal" with Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds.

[quote=clickit425]Hahaha!

How about this one: "Don't let him out. The eagles will snatch him."
Hint: him is a cute dog named Kevin [/quote] [/quote]

Was not my favorite movie, but that scene did make me laugh. My daughter is still talks about the scene, it disturbed her. [/quote]I have never seen this movie. I will have to check it out.

I watched [b]Up[/b] this weekend with my kids. Holy macaroni. The 1st 5 minutes were about as good as anything I have ever seen. It was very mature, emotionally. If you have not seen it it is one of Walt Disney's animated movies by Pixar. The remainder of the movie was pretty good, but the first 5 minutes are worth the price of admission and it is enjoyable on an adult level. [/quote]


I loved the Proposal, especially Betty White's role!
Up is a great movie too...so cute :)
Posted by: alohatony

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/04/11 01:17 PM

[quote=clickit425]Hahaha!

How about this one: "Don't let him out. The eagles will snatch him."
Hint: him is a cute dog named Kevin [/quote]

The Disney dog movie Beethoven from the early 90s?
Posted by: DelCidsRealty

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/11/11 12:23 AM

Good one alohatony, if you scroll up 4 post you will see that this question has already been answered by me. Why don't you give us a movie line to figure out?
Posted by: DelCidsRealty

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/11/11 12:37 AM

His: "You've got a touch of class, but I don't know how far you can go."

Her reply: "A lot depends on who's in the saddle."

Hint" Around 1940's
Posted by: alohatony

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/19/11 02:27 PM

[quote=Doin' bpose]I was in the dark. GREASE had come to mind on that one.

In my mind, John Travolta will always be Vinny Babarino. [/quote]

I saw the GREASE musical in London and, while the lead man was quite good, John Travolta was still better as Danny!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/19/11 07:32 PM

Originally Posted By: DelCidsRealty
His: "You've got a touch of class, but I don't know how far you can go."

Her reply: "A lot depends on who's in the saddle."

Hint" Around 1940's

I did a little googling to get it, so I won't give it away. But it has a superstar cast "schweetharht"

I have not seen it, but now I want to.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/22/11 11:09 AM

I got nowhere else to go.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/23/11 12:33 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
I got nowhere else to go.


Hint: character reference-a sandwich spread, not mustard.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/25/11 07:54 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
I got nowhere else to go.


Hint: character reference-a sandwich spread, not mustard.


Hint 2 Another character played by Louis Gosset Jr.

This is a pretty big movie, not super huge blockbuster, but certainly not a small time movie.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/26/11 09:44 AM

Ok, well I know it's got to be Bogie and Bacall...
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/26/11 02:12 PM

Originally Posted By: Perky_REALTOR
Ok, well I know it's got to be Bogie and Bacall...
No it is not those two.

Thanks for trying.

This is not an exact quote, but it proceeds the line "I got no where else to go."

"I want your DOR Mayo. Quit Mayonaise.
"I ain't gonna quit Sir."
"I want your DOR Mayo."
"I got no where else to go!"
Posted by: NWABroker

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/26/11 02:28 PM

Officer and a Gentleman?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/26/11 07:38 PM

Originally Posted By: NWABroker
Officer and a Gentleman?
That's right...you got it. Thanks for answering.

It was filmed in a small town of Anacortes Washington, which is near where I grew up, so maybe I had more interest in the movie than most folks. But I think Deborah Wagner did well in it and it was fairly acclaimed.
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/26/11 08:02 PM

oh your reference to 1940s and scheweetheart made me think of bogie. I guess I missed something that was said earlier. lol
Posted by: R. Danneskjold

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/28/11 12:11 PM

Alright, the best quote ever in a movie and it came from a children's movie. Take a stab at it:

"....because people who have no hopes are easy to control....and whoever has the control has the power...."

Relevant then and relavent today.....
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/28/11 01:09 PM

Sounds like Pollyanna (talking about Pollyanna's aunt.) LOL
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/28/11 01:10 PM

OK I'm wrong but what a great movie. I have only seen that once...but it's a good one!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/30/11 03:37 PM

I need a hint.

But I will take a guess. Charlotte's Web?
Posted by: VABroker

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/30/11 04:20 PM

Originally Posted By: R. Danneskjold
Alright, the best quote ever in a movie and it came from a children's movie. Take a stab at it:

"....because people who have no hopes are easy to control....and whoever has the control has the power...."

Relevant then and relavent today.....



The Neverending Story.
Posted by: R. Danneskjold

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/01/11 12:02 AM

Woo! Hoo! VABroker got it right!
Posted by: BNoland

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/11/11 03:28 PM

Guess I'll add one. :)

"And monkey's brains, though common in Cantonese Cuisine, is not commonly found in Washington, DC"

Hint: A game we all play
Posted by: VABroker

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/11/11 07:50 PM

Give me a "CLUE"!!!!!!!!

And I bet you CAN find monkey brain's in Wash., D.C. - try Congress first!
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/12/11 01:32 PM

Originally Posted By: VABroker
Give me a "CLUE"!!!!!!!!

And I bet you CAN find monkey brain's in Wash., D.C. - try Congress first!


VA strikes again!

Now how many of the 3 endings of the movie Clue was it said in?
Posted by: brooksamanda89

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/14/11 05:18 AM

Movie Quote: Freedom, baby... is never having to say you're sorry.

Hint: One of the Actors in this movie played a role in the movie Dangerous Liaisons.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/14/11 09:11 AM

Originally Posted By: brooksamanda89
Movie Quote: Freedom, baby... is never having to say you're sorry.

Hint: One of the Actors in this movie played a role in the movie Dangerous Liaisons.


Posted by: VABroker

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/14/11 10:05 AM

Never having to say your sorry would make me think of Love Story, but, ya' put the Freedom there...Devil's Advocate?
Posted by: Perky_REALTOR

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/14/11 01:52 PM

Is that Al Pacino???

I was thinking of Love Story too.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/15/11 10:05 PM

Now go do that voodoo that you do so well.

Or from the same movie.......

Badges! We don't need no stinking badges.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/16/11 12:24 AM

I've never seen The Devil's Advocate, but I do remember the "stinkin' badges" line from Blazing Saddles...
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/16/11 10:55 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
I've never seen The Devil's Advocate, but I do remember the "stinkin' badges" line from Blazing Saddles...


You got it.

The Devil's Advocate is a good flick, worth a netflix or redbox for sure.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/18/11 12:31 AM

"Two thousand dollars for ice? I can get an Eskimo for two hundred dollars and make my own ice."

Hint. "I would never join any organization that would have me for a member."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/23/11 09:59 PM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
"Two thousand dollars for ice? I can get an Eskimo for two hundred dollars and make my own ice."

Hint. "I would never join any organization that would have me for a member."


It is Rodney Dangerfield. It is either Caddyshack or Back to school.

I am going with Back to School.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/23/11 10:20 PM

Nice try but it is a MUCH older movie than that. Circa pre-WWII.

New hint. Quote from one of the stars of the movie.

Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/23/11 10:35 PM

Patton? But that's not the right time period.

I am not good with old movies.

3 GREAT quotes though. I can't wait to find out what it is so I can get it on Netflix.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/23/11 11:22 PM

Another couple of quotes from the same star.

Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.

A woman should be obscene and not heard.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/24/11 04:16 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Another couple of quotes from the same star.

Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.

A woman should be obscene and not heard.


I think these quotes are from one of the Marx's brothers probably Groucho but I can not think of the movie title.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/24/11 09:03 AM

You are correct about the Quotes coming from Groucho. However, the initial movie line is the only one from the actual film.

A New Hint: Pegasus
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/24/11 03:05 PM

Is it Duck Soup? Since you said it was Groucho, and it had the political line...
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/24/11 03:08 PM

RE: "A woman should be obscene and not heard."

I thought that was "Children should be obscene and not heard," and was from W.C. Fields...?
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/25/11 05:04 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Is it Duck Soup? Since you said it was Groucho, and it had the political line...


Duck Soup or maybe Horsefeathers?
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/25/11 11:15 AM

Ding ding ding ding.
Horsefeathers. Which is why I used the Pegasus hint.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/25/11 01:36 PM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Ding ding ding ding.
Horsefeathers. Which is why I used the Pegasus hint.


This will probably be an easy one
Quote:
What we have here is a failure to communicate.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/25/11 02:03 PM

Originally Posted By: DRSRK
Originally Posted By: Grampa
Ding ding ding ding.
Horsefeathers. Which is why I used the Pegasus hint.


This will probably be an easy one
Quote:
What we have here is a failure to communicate.



Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/25/11 02:37 PM

And I was way off. John Lennon is the one who said "children should be obscene and not heard." I think it's a quote from one of his books, which were basically puns. I knew I'd heard it somewhere...
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/26/11 02:15 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Ding ding ding ding.
Horsefeathers. Which is why I used the Pegasus hint.


This will probably be an easy one
Quote:
What we have here is a failure to communicate.
[/quote]


[/quote]
Doin'bpose you must have been watching the same channel I was this past week. I bet they played Cool Hand Luke 20 times over the weekend.

Ok here is another easy one I am not sure this is the exact wording but it is close.

Quote:
The truth hurts not as bad as jumping on a bicycle with the seat removed but it hurts.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/26/11 10:06 AM

Man I wish I had a chance to watch that this weekend. I love when the run a movie I like all weekend long.

I watched it enough as a younger person to recall that one.

I think, I did the 50 eggs line earlier this thread.

Another great line from that movie is when his mom passes and the warden tosses him in the hole since "When a man's mamma dies he gets rabbit in his blood."
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/26/11 05:37 PM

This is without question one of my favorite movies scenes of all time. Just to disclose this was an HBO movie as opposed to being one shown in the theaters.

"How many dead hemophiliacs do you need? How many people have to die to make it more cost efficient for you to do something about this? A hundred? A thousand? Give us a number so we won't have to annoy you again until the amount of money you begin spending on lawsuits makes it more profitable to save people rather than to kill them."

Great stuff!!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/28/11 08:33 PM

Originally Posted By: Brad - W4BJM
This is without question one of my favorite movies scenes of all time. Just to disclose this was an HBO movie as opposed to being one shown in the theaters.

"How many dead hemophiliacs do you need? How many people have to die to make it more cost efficient for you to do something about this? A hundred? A thousand? Give us a number so we won't have to annoy you again until the amount of money you begin spending on lawsuits makes it more profitable to save people rather than to kill them."
Great stuff!!
I don't have HBO Brad, but perhaps someone who does will pipe up. I will start a second one whilst others ponder the first. So now there are two puzzles readers can read and take a stab at.

With great power comes great responsibilty.

Two hints are two sets of initials for major characters in this major motion picture.
MJ
PP
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/29/11 06:10 AM


Quote:
With great power comes great responsibilty
.

Doin"bpose

I could not remember the quote in a movie but I thought it was a quote by FDR (my mind was awake in history class) along with the quote fear nothing but fear itsself. I asked a friend and they thought it was either Superman or Spiderman or one of those action comic movies? Are either one of those close?
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/29/11 07:20 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
I don't have HBO Brad, but perhaps someone who does will pipe up.


NP Doin', it was kind of a stretch that someone would know the movie I was referencing. Those lines where from the HBO movie, "And the Band Played On." The movie takes place in the early 1980s during the onset of the HIV epidemic. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is trying their best to contain the virus, as it is beginning to appear in the nation's blood supply. (Which killed tennis star Arthur Ashe)

The American Red Cross and other major blood banks are reluctant to start testing the nations blood supply due to cost. It's a really an excellent factual movie, and here is the scene that I really love where one of the doctors for the CDC makes his point!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-o_8aQx4r8
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/29/11 06:27 PM

Originally Posted By: DRSRK

Quote:
With great power comes great responsibilty
.

Doin"bpose

I could not remember the quote in a movie but I thought it was a quote by FDR (my mind was awake in history class) along with the quote fear nothing but fear itsself. I asked a friend and they thought it was either Superman or Spiderman or one of those action comic movies? Are either one of those close?
That is it! The initials are for Mary Jane and Peter Parker.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/29/11 07:27 PM

Originally Posted By: Brad - W4BJM
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
I don't have HBO Brad, but perhaps someone who does will pipe up.


NP Doin', it was kind of a stretch that someone would know the movie I was referencing. Those lines where from the HBO movie, "And the Band Played On." The movie takes place in the early 1980s during the onset of the HIV epidemic. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is trying their best to contain the virus, as it is beginning to appear in the nation's blood supply. ( tennis star Arthur Ashe)

The American Red Cross and other major blood banks are reluctant to start testing the nations blood supply due to cost. It's a really an excellent factual movie, and here is the scene that I really love where one of the doctors for the CDC makes his point!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-o_8aQx4r8
I did know Ashe died of AIDS. Ashe is very well known in our area., In fact he is one of the first non Civil War people if not the FIRST to have a statue on Richmond's Famous Monument Avenue (an avenue of very elaborate statues and monuments of Civil War big timers). I think Matthew Fontaine Maury has one and though he is of the Civil War era, he is most known as the Pathfinder of the Seas and the Father of Oceanography rather than his role in the Civil War (if he had one at all- I just do not know).

It was a prety intense debate to include his statue on the famous Avenue of historic figures.

Ashe's placemment there was in part due to his acting as a Jackie Robinson figure in the sport of tennis of course, though this was not the sole reason he was honored in this way.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 07/30/11 08:08 AM



Quote:
The truth hurts not as bad as jumping on a bicycle with the seat removed but it hurts.


Here is a little hint: Elvis
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/06/11 04:04 AM

Originally Posted By: DRSRK


Quote:
The truth hurts not as bad as jumping on a bicycle with the seat removed but it hurts.


Here is a little hint: Elvis


Is everyone giving up???????

Here is a big hint Elvis's wife
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/06/11 09:35 PM

Priscilla was in those movies with Leslie Nielsen and OJ--the Naked Gun series. The quote sounds like something from one of those, but I'd have no idea which one.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/11 08:09 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Priscilla was in those movies with Leslie Nielsen and OJ--the Naked Gun series. The quote sounds like something from one of those, but I'd have no idea which one.


75Corvette you win the prize! Not sure what the prize is but you win. Seeing that Priscilla did not act in many movies I figured someone would know with that hint. The movie was Naked Gun 2.5 Smell Of Fear.Stupid movie but it made you laugh.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/11 01:57 PM

Well, since we're talkin' about Elvis, how about I win a peanut butter and banana sandwich? I've never had one, but it's on my bucket list! And besides, I'm hungry.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/11 02:58 PM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Well, since we're talkin' about Elvis, how about I win a peanut butter and banana sandwich? I've never had one, but it's on my bucket list! And besides, I'm hungry.


DRSK that was a good line and I always enjoy those movies with Leslie Neilsen, like Airplane and others. I was not as familiar with the Naked Gun series, but I did know about Priscilla Preslie.

As far as pb and banana sammiches go, they are the best.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/11 07:38 PM

It's not a motorcycle baby it's a chopper.
Posted by: Gamble

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/11 07:43 PM

/\ Pulp Fiction!! Am I right? I love Tarantino movies. Now you have to answer the PM I just sent you, haha.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/11 08:03 PM

Originally Posted By: Gamble
/\ Pulp Fiction!! Am I right? I love Tarantino movies. Now you have to answer the PM I just sent you, haha.
That correct Gamble. It's on right now as part of Mob Week. AMC I think.

I did PM you back too.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/11 08:21 PM

That's one of my favorite scenes from Pulp Fiction! "Zed's dead, baby, Zed's dead." smile
Posted by: Gamble

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/11 09:21 PM

Thanks bpose. That was an awesome movie. I have a nice Tarantino dvd collection that is sitting on the counter collecting dust. Time to pop in a movie. :)
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 09:17 AM

Here is one that is from a fairly new movie.



"I do wish we could chat longer, but I'm having an old friend for dinner."
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 09:20 AM

I'll make a wild guess at Silence of the Lambs.

Could you pass the fava beans?
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 09:25 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
I'll make a wild guess at Silence of the Lambs.

Could you pass the fava beans?


I think you win a double prize one for knowing the answer and also for the fastest answer ever.Yesterdays prize was a peanut butter and banana sandwich so I guess you get two.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 09:27 AM

Just the fava beans and a nice chianti thank you.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 09:58 AM

I like your suit.

Not a new puzzle just a great line from the same movie.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 10:17 AM

"That's what makes us tough. Rich fellas come up an' they die an' their kids ain't no good, an' they die out. But we keep a-comin'. We're the people that live. They can't wipe us out. They can't lick us. And we'll go on forever, Pa. .. 'cause... we're the people."

This is an old movie.

Hint: It is the last line of the film.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 10:44 AM

Really only a guess. Grapes of Wrath.

Either way that is one good line. You do the best ones. I can't wait to watch for the answer.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 10:53 AM

Ding ding ding. You have won the fava beans. I hear it is good with liver. smile
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 11:18 AM

This one is a bit more obscure. Old scifi flick.

"And I felt my body dwindling, melting, becoming nothing. My fears locked away and in their place came acceptance. All this vast majesty of creation, it had to mean something. And then I meant something, too. Yes, smaller than the smallest, I meant something, too. To God there is no zero. I STILL EXIST!"

These were also the last lines of the film.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 12:21 PM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
This one is a bit more obscure. Old scifi flick.

"And I felt my body dwindling, melting, becoming nothing. My fears locked away and in their place came acceptance. All this vast majesty of creation, it had to mean something. And then I meant something, too. Yes, smaller than the smallest, I meant something, too. To God there is no zero. I STILL EXIST!"

This was also the last line of the film.





I am not much on scifi but do remember some of the older ones that were like the Twilight Zone series. Could it be Invasion of the Body Snatchers?
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 12:32 PM

Originally Posted By: DRSRK
Originally Posted By: Grampa
This one is a bit more obscure. Old scifi flick.

"And I felt my body dwindling, melting, becoming nothing. My fears locked away and in their place came acceptance. All this vast majesty of creation, it had to mean something. And then I meant something, too. Yes, smaller than the smallest, I meant something, too. To God there is no zero. I STILL EXIST!"

This was also the last line of the film.



I am not much on scifi but do remember some of the older ones that were like the Twilight Zone series. Could it be Invasion of the Body Snatchers?


Nice try but no fava beans.

My favorite episode of the twilight zone was "To Serve Man".
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 05:29 PM

Hint: Think smaller and smaller.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/09/11 07:07 PM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Hint: Think smaller and smaller.



Any more hints?
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/10/11 05:32 AM

It came out in 1957. The lead character is almost killed by his cat.

In 2009, it was named to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for being “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant and will be preserved for all time.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/10/11 06:01 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
It came out in 1957. The lead character is almost killed by his cat.

In 2009, it was named to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for being “culturally, historically or aesthetically” significant and will be preserved for all time.


The cat hint is what rattled the brain again. Is it Incredible Shrinking Man? I remember the cat hovering over him and the look of fear in his eyes.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/10/11 06:25 AM

Yup, I thought about using the spider that he fought as a hint but thought that would make it too easy.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/10/11 06:48 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Yup, I thought about using the spider that he fought as a hint but thought that would make it too easy.



I had forgot about the spider so I would have been left out if you had used that.

Here is one that is not to old.

That's right, Mr. Martini. There is an Easter Bunny.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/10/11 06:56 AM

Too easy. One flew over the cuckoo's nest. I always liked Chief Bromden. There was a good line when he was talking about his father.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/10/11 07:16 AM

Here's one. Big movie, very dark.

"Does God want goodness or the choice of goodness? Is a man who chooses to be bad perhaps in some way better than a man who has the good imposed upon him?"

Hint: The person who said it in the movie was playing a priest.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/11/11 08:28 AM

More Hints:

It came out in the early 70s.

Lead Character's movie name was Alex.

Another quote by the Priest -

Goodness is something to be chosen. When a man cannot choose he ceases to be a man.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/11/11 07:46 PM

First thing that comes to mind is the Exorcist.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/11/11 09:04 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
First thing that comes to mind is the Exorcist.


Interesting Guess which I assume was based on the Priest quotes but no favas.

New Hints: Ultraviolence and Ludwig Van.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/11/11 09:19 PM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
First thing that comes to mind is the Exorcist.


Interesting Guess which I assume was based on the Priest quotes but no favas.

New Hints: Ultraviolence and Ludwig Van.
It must be a Clockwork Orange

get me some favas
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/12/11 10:13 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Grampa
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
First thing that comes to mind is the Exorcist.


Interesting Guess which I assume was based on the Priest quotes but no favas.

New Hints: Ultraviolence and Ludwig Van.
It must be a Clockwork Orange

get me some favas


Would you like some nice liver with that?
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/12/11 10:41 AM

This was a voice over at the ending of the movie.

"For over a thousand years, Roman conquerors returning from the wars enjoyed the honor of a triumph - a tumultuous parade. In the procession came trumpeters and musicians and strange animals from the conquered territories, together with carts laden with treasure and captured armaments. The conqueror rode in a triumphal chariot, the dazed prisoners walking in chains before him. Sometimes his children, robed in white, stood with him in the chariot, or rode the trace horses. A slave stood behind the conqueror holding a golden crown and whispering in his ear a warning that all glory is fleeting."

Hint: It is from the early 70s.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/14/11 07:48 AM

New Hint: It was a semi biographical account of one famous military mans life.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/14/11 12:52 PM

Another hint. He was a WWII General.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/15/11 09:00 AM

Yet another hint. He was know for pearl handled pistols.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/15/11 09:17 AM

Patton
Posted by: FL_Agent

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/15/11 09:29 AM

This is an easy one ~I think~

1. Shop assistant: “Hello, can I help you?”
Vivian: “I was in here yesterday, you wouldn’t wait on me.”
Shop assistant: “Oh.”
Vivian: “You people work on commission, right?”
Shop assistant: “Yeah.”
Vivian: “Big mistake. Big. Huge. I have to go shopping now.”
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/15/11 09:35 AM

Pretty Woman. Great exchange too.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/15/11 09:38 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Patton
Yup.
Posted by: FL_Agent

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/15/11 09:59 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Pretty Woman. Great exchange too.


I love that exchange too...a movie I can watch more than once. You got it right Grampa.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/20/11 06:51 AM

How about this easy one shocked



You- you mean marijuana. Lord have mercy, is that what that is




Hint--Think workout videos smirk
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/20/11 08:13 PM

Originally Posted By: DRSRK
How about this easy one shocked

You- you mean marijuana. Lord have mercy, is that what that is

Hint--Think workout videos smirk
I don't know it but a few things come to mind.
Spicoli, Richard Simmons, Cheech and Chong. Not sure if I have any hits there.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/20/11 08:41 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: DRSRK
How about this easy one shocked

You- you mean marijuana. Lord have mercy, is that what that is

Hint--Think workout videos smirk
I don't know it but a few things come to mind.
Spicoli, Richard Simmons, Cheech and Chong. Not sure if I have any hits there.


No Joy on your guesses frown Think women workout videos from years back. One of the actors was a rebel and died last year but was not the one that said the quote. I thought this would be easy. wink
Posted by: RealtyRon

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/22/11 11:36 AM

[quote=Doin' bpose][quote=DRSRK]How about this easy one :o

[b] You- you mean marijuana. Lord have mercy, is that what that is [/b]

Hint--[u]Think workout videos[/u] :/ [/quote]I don't know it but a few things come to mind.
Spicoli, Richard Simmons, Cheech and Chong. Not sure if I have any hits there.
[/quote]

I think it's from On Golden Pond, but not quite sure.
Posted by: FL_Agent

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/22/11 11:42 AM

"Easy Rider"
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/23/11 06:22 AM

Originally Posted By: FL_Agent
"Easy Rider"


Ding Ding Ding you win the prize which is a one week old soft taco. It is hard to forget the look on Jack Nicholsons face when he said this quote.
Posted by: FL_Agent

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/23/11 06:44 AM

Good old google gave me the answer. Have not watched it but did watch Ghost Rider.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/29/11 11:35 AM

Here's one from the 70's.

"Is it safe?"

No fair googleing it. smile
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/29/11 09:30 PM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Here's one from the 70's.

"Is it safe?"

No fair googleing it. smile
...to go back in the water???
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/30/11 05:33 AM

Interesting Guess but No.

Think "clove oil".
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/30/11 08:59 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Interesting Guess but No.

Think "clove oil".
The Exorcist
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/30/11 10:19 AM

Nope.

New Hint: Laurence Olivier was in it.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/30/11 06:58 PM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Nope.

New Hint: Laurence Olivier was in it.


Not a fan of Laurence but my wife (a big fan of his)thinks he was only in two movies in the 70's Marathon Man and Boys from Brazil. Does either of them work for you? Do not know who said the quote. whisper
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/30/11 09:11 PM

Your going to think differently of me after I admit this.

I could not pick Lawrence O out of a line up.

Sorry.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/31/11 01:19 AM

Marathon Man is correct.

Lawrence O. Played the villan. He said "Is it safe?" to Dustin Hoffman's character as he drilled into Hoffman's characters tooth to expose the nerve. The clove oil was used to numb the pain after he escaped.

Interenting flic.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/31/11 05:41 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Your going to think differently of me after I admit this.

I could not pick Lawrence O out of a line up.

Sorry.

Me neither Doin. I usually go in the other room when he comes on the tv that my wife is watching. Must be a woman Thang.

wink
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/01/11 10:43 AM

Here's one. 1982, Scifi, Hint: Harrison Ford.

"Is this testing whether I'm a replicant or a lesbian, Mr. Deckard?"
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/02/11 01:19 PM

I looked into this a little. I was a little too young to see it at the time. If I remember it was a flop to some extent, it did not live up to expectations, was slow moving.

Blade Runner.

You give good ones.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/02/11 03:20 PM

You are even younger than I thought. You are correct it is Blade Runner.

NEXT:

"It doesn't matter if the guy is perfect or the girl is perfect, as long as they are perfect for each other."

No hints on this one yet as it is an easy one.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/03/11 10:23 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
You are even younger than I thought. You are correct it is Blade Runner.

NEXT:

"It doesn't matter if the guy is perfect or the girl is perfect, as long as they are perfect for each other."
No hints on this one yet as it is an easy one.


OK I guess it was not as easy as I thought. Her is anothe line and a hint.

"Men are shameless. If you're not thinking with your wiener, then you're acting directly on its behalf."

Robin Williams was in it.
Posted by: FL_Agent

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/03/11 08:05 PM

Good Will Hunting
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/04/11 01:16 PM

Originally Posted By: FL_Agent
Good Will Hunting


Hope you like fava beans.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/04/11 01:31 PM

OK a comedy.

"What are your qualifications?"

"Ah. Well... I attended Juilliard... I'm a graduate of the Harvard business school. I travel quite extensively. I lived through the Black Plague and had a pretty good time during that. I've seen the EXORCIST ABOUT A HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN TIMES, AND IT KEEPS GETTING FUNNIER EVERY SINGLE TIME I SEE IT... NOT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT YOU'RE TALKING TO A DEAD GUY... NOW WHAT DO YOU THINK? You think I'm qualified?"
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/04/11 01:33 PM

A slight variation on this theme...........

Who is known to drink a Dusseldorf in a longneck?

See if you can 'investigate' the answer. Don't 'private' message it to me, just post it for everyone to see.
Posted by: VABroker

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/04/11 07:37 PM

P.I. Magnum.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/04/11 07:54 PM

Yes.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/05/11 10:34 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
OK a comedy.

"What are your qualifications?"

"Ah. Well... I attended Juilliard... I'm a graduate of the Harvard business school. I travel quite extensively. I lived through the Black Plague and had a pretty good time during that. I've seen the EXORCIST ABOUT A HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN TIMES, AND IT KEEPS GETTING FUNNIER EVERY SINGLE TIME I SEE IT... NOT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT YOU'RE TALKING TO A DEAD GUY... NOW WHAT DO YOU THINK? You think I'm qualified?"


OK a hint. Winona Ryder was in it.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/05/11 07:32 PM

Did it have Nicolas Cage in it?
Posted by: FL_Agent

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/05/11 07:44 PM

It's the one with Johnny Depp, Something Scissor Hands....I think.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/05/11 09:02 PM

Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse, BEETLEJUICE!!
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/06/11 07:58 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Betelgeuse, Betelgeuse, BEETLEJUICE!!


Cha Ching.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/06/11 10:14 AM

I really liked this movie.

"Hey I got an idea! I could stay with you! We could stay up late, swap manly stories, and in the morning, I'm making waffles!"
Posted by: Alabama Homes

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/06/11 12:20 PM

That sounds like fun
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/07/11 10:32 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
I really liked this movie.

"Hey I got an idea! I could stay with you! We could stay up late, swap manly stories, and in the morning, I'm making waffles!"


Another Line:

"I just know, before this is over, I'm gonna need a whole lot of serious therapy. Look at my eye twitchin'."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/07/11 10:33 AM

Spies Like Us
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/07/11 10:35 AM

Nope.

Hint: Dragon.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/07/11 10:36 PM

Have fun Storming the castle.

Perky cannot answer. That's a hint in itself.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/07/11 10:46 PM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Originally Posted By: Grampa
I really liked this movie.

"Hey I got an idea! I could stay with you! We could stay up late, swap manly stories, and in the morning, I'm making waffles!"


Another Line:

"I just know, before this is over, I'm gonna need a whole lot of serious therapy. Look at my eye twitchin'."
I am thinking a cross between Martin Lawrence, Jackie Chan and Mike Myers from Austin Powers. Maybe a little Eddie Murphy.

In other words I am clueless.

Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/08/11 08:28 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
Originally Posted By: Grampa
I really liked this movie.

"Hey I got an idea! I could stay with you! We could stay up late, swap manly stories, and in the morning, I'm making waffles!"


Another Line:

"I just know, before this is over, I'm gonna need a whole lot of serious therapy. Look at my eye twitchin'."




How does Shrek and the donkey saying this work for you? Watched this with my grand kids and it was a really good movie.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/08/11 09:03 AM

Originally Posted By: DRSRK
Originally Posted By: Grampa
Originally Posted By: Grampa
I really liked this movie.

"Hey I got an idea! I could stay with you! We could stay up late, swap manly stories, and in the morning, I'm making waffles!"


Another Line:

"I just know, before this is over, I'm gonna need a whole lot of serious therapy. Look at my eye twitchin'."




How does Shrek and the donkey saying this work for you? Watched this with my grand kids and it was a really good movie.


Yup. Watched it with my grandchildren too. Funny because it had some adult humor that the grand children did not get.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/08/11 10:17 AM

Hey, Grampa, that was a good one to post! I asked my wife and 15 year old daughter last night--I read them your clues. It was driving us nuts because we all thought it sounded familiar. My first thought was Planes, Trains, and Automobiles with John Candy and Steve Martin, but the dragon clue did that one in. My daughter finally googled the answer and we were all slapping our foreheads! My wife had actually said it sounded like Eddie Murphy, but Shrek never entered any of our minds. Anyway, thanks for the entertainment!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/08/11 12:30 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Have fun Storming the castle.

Perky cannot answer. That's a hint in itself.


Bumpin.

Billy Crystal, hint 2
Posted by: FL_Agent

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/08/11 05:45 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Have fun Storming the castle.

Perky cannot answer. That's a hint in itself.


Bumpin.

Billy Crystal, hint 2


The Princess Bride
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/08/11 06:59 PM

Yup.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/09/11 11:02 AM

Here is an easy one.

Very big movie in the 80's.


"I was a better man with you, as a woman, than I ever was with a woman, as a man. Know what I mean? I just gotta learn to do it without the dress."
Posted by: FL_Agent

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/09/11 11:19 AM

Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/09/11 12:05 PM

Originally Posted By: FL_Agent
Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie


That did not take long. smile
Posted by: FL_Agent

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/09/11 12:39 PM

smile
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/17/11 08:03 PM

I think a man working outside feels more like a man if he can have some suds. That's all I'm saying.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/18/11 05:41 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
I think a man working outside feels more like a man if he can have some suds. That's all I'm saying.


Andy in Shawshank Redemption: Love this movie probably watch it a couple of times a year
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/19/11 10:00 PM

Originally Posted By: DRSRK
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
I think a man working outside feels more like a man if he can have some suds. That's all I'm saying.


Andy in Shawshank Redemption: Love this movie probably watch it a couple of times a year
Correct! It is a hard movie to turn off. It is a longer than normal movie too. Great story, great characters. Great actors too.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/28/11 10:24 PM

It's flowing like mud around here.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/30/11 08:49 PM

Wow, I don't know about everyone else, but that one's got me stumped. Doesn't even ring a bell. Any other clues that won't give it away?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/30/11 09:32 PM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Wow, I don't know about everyone else, but that one's got me stumped. Doesn't even ring a bell. Any other clues that won't give it away?
Maybe this will help. I might have gotten it a little off.

The booze are flowing like mud around here.

A hint: a pleasant smell.
hint 2: SWEEEEEET test drive
hint 3: military ranking
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/30/11 10:23 PM

Whoa. I'm probably going to be mad at myself when someone finally gets this. I've probably seen it but nothing even comes to mind. Is it a newer movie (1980 and after)?
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/01/11 08:47 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Wow, I don't know about everyone else, but that one's got me stumped. Doesn't even ring a bell. Any other clues that won't give it away?
Maybe this will help. I might have gotten it a little off.

The booze are flowing like mud around here.

A hint: a pleasant smell.
hint 2: SWEEEEEET test drive
hint 3: military ranking


Military/a pleasant smell??? Would this add up too Scent of A Woman?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/01/11 08:56 AM

Yep, I did see it several years ago. In my defense I wasn't crazy about Chris O'Donnell at the time, though I like him in NCIS: Los Angeles. Always reminded me of Robin.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/01/11 11:57 AM

Quote:
Military/a pleasant smell??? Would this add up too Scent of A Woman?


Yes DRSRK--your addition is correct!

75Vette, I think I agree with you about Chris O'Donnell. He was very dry and a little unconvincing, but watching Pacino was a real treat. He had some outstanding voice lines in that movie, which if read by anyone else would have been totally routine.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/02/11 08:56 AM

Let's try this one!

I was sheriff of this county when I was
twenty-five. Hard to believe. Grandfather
was a lawman. Father too. Me and him was
sheriff at the same time, him in Plano
and me here. I think he was pretty proud
of that. I know I was.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/02/11 07:54 PM

Originally Posted By: DRSRK
Let's try this one!

I was sheriff of this county when I was
twenty-five. Hard to believe. Grandfather
was a lawman. Father too. Me and him was
sheriff at the same time, him in Plano
and me here. I think he was pretty proud
of that. I know I was.
Lonesome Dove? I think they were TX Rangers, but it sounds like Tommy Lee Jones.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/03/11 05:49 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: DRSRK
Let's try this one!

I was sheriff of this county when I was
twenty-five. Hard to believe. Grandfather
was a lawman. Father too. Me and him was
sheriff at the same time, him in Plano
and me here. I think he was pretty proud
of that. I know I was.
Lonesome Dove? I think they were TX Rangers, but it sounds like Tommy Lee Jones.



You are close but no joy.Think weird grin
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/03/11 08:07 AM

No country for old men? I have not seen it but is looked pretty wierd in the trailers.
Posted by: DRSRK

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/03/11 08:40 AM

Originally Posted By: Grampa
No country for old men? I have not seen it but is looked pretty wierd in the trailers.


That's it!! Made by the Cohen brothers so that should tell you how weird.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/04/11 10:48 AM

Johnson, Navin R... sounds like a typical b@$tard.
DIE GAS PUMPER!


Sorry about the bad word, it rhymes with mustard
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/05/11 07:59 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Johnson, Navin R... sounds like a typical b@$tard.
DIE GAS PUMPER!
Hint #1 Comedy
Hint # 2 Optigrab
Hint # I was born a poor black child
Posted by: Jim Erickson

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/05/11 12:16 PM

The Jerk, Steve Martin
That was the funniest scene of the movie. The sniper trying to kill Navin and missing him hitting the oil cans. "Hey, he hates these cans! Stay away from the cans!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/05/11 12:41 PM

Originally Posted By: Jim Erickson
"Hey, he hates these cans! Stay away from the cans!
Ha ha, that was funny.

You are correct. It is The Jerk.

Another funny line...........
You mean I'm going to STAY this color.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/08/11 06:48 PM

Shazbot! Was spoken in which TV series? Super bonus points available for also naming the original series of which this sitcom was a spin-off. Good luck!
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/08/11 07:03 PM

IF memory serves me (and it often does not anymore) Mork and Mindy was a spin off from Happy Days.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/08/11 07:15 PM

Yes, that is right. I think there were several other spin-offs from that sitcom such as, Jonie Loves Chachi and Laverne and Shirley. I thought there was one about the resaurant too, Al's Place.


Here is another...The Simpsons got it's start in 1987 as a lead in segue to commercial break on what Fox variety show? The show was marginally successful, unlike the Simpsons which went on to become one of televisions all time most successful shows. The Simpsons is still in production 24 years later with the chacters all the same age. I am always amazed by that.
Posted by: Alabama Homes

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/08/11 07:54 PM

The Dukes of Hazard what was the sheriffs dogs name?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/08/11 08:00 PM

Originally Posted By: Alabama Homes
The Dukes of Hazard what was the sheriffs dogs name?
That Bassett hound was named Flash, right?
Posted by: Alabama Homes

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/08/11 09:21 PM

Yep! Did you look that up or know it?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/08/11 09:41 PM

I knew it. I am a fan. Can you recall the county next to Hazard County?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/11/11 09:19 PM

The Simpsons segue--wasn't that Tracy Ullman? I miss the 80s, except for my 1st wife.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/11/11 09:45 PM

Yes it was Tracy Ullman. You are right, many great shows....Taxi, Family Ties, Cosby Show, MASH, Cheers, Night Court to name a few.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/12/11 03:16 PM

Actually, I miss the music more than the TV. I also miss being late teens-early 20s. It was a good time to be young. Aw, shucks, now I'm going to get all misty eyed blush
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/02/11 12:26 PM

It ain't cool being no jive turkey so close to Thanksgiving.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/02/11 12:32 PM

Trading places. Eddie Murphy and Dan Ackroid go together like helpless women and rail road tracks.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/02/11 12:36 PM

I saw Eddie on Leno last night. He is one cool cat. Not your run of the mill person. Very nonconformist.

The other line I was going to use was, "When we were kids if we wanted jacuzzi we had to f@r# in the tub."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/08/11 11:44 AM

That is the stupidest thing I have ever heard. And because we're all in the room and having heard it, we're all stupider because of it.
Posted by: Alabama Homes

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/08/11 12:13 PM

What was chickasaw, had the big black sheriff. I can't remember his name.
What was Sheriff Roscoe's dogs name?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/08/11 04:12 PM

The dog was Flash....bassett hound.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/10/11 07:04 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
That is the stupidest thing I have ever heard. And because we're all in the room and having heard it, we're all stupider because of it.

clue #1 SNL player has star role
clue # 2 hot for teacher
Posted by: Alabama Homes

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/10/11 11:56 AM

On the show Knight Riders what was Micheal Knights real name on the show before he joined Knight industries?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/10/11 06:52 PM

Originally Posted By: Alabama Homes
On the show Knight Riders what was Micheal Knights real name on the show before he joined Knight industries?
Kit was the car I think, but I do not remember the guy's name. David Hasslehoff was the actor though.
Posted by: Alabama Homes

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/11/11 12:26 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Alabama Homes
On the show Knight Riders what was Micheal Knights real name on the show before he joined Knight industries?
Kit was the car I think, but I do not remember the guy's name. David Hasslehoff was the actor though.


It was Micheal Long
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/11/11 08:23 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
That is the stupidest thing I have ever heard. And because we're all in the room and having heard it, we're all stupider because of it.

clue #1 SNL player has star role
clue # 2 hot for teacher

clue #3 trying to graduate
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/13/11 09:55 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
That is the stupidest thing I have ever heard. And because we're all in the room and having heard it, we're all stupider because of it.

clue #1 SNL player has star role
clue # 2 hot for teacher

clue #3 trying to graduate
I did my original quote from memory and muffed it a little. Does this help?

...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.
Main character: Okay, a simple "wrong" would've done just fine.

Hint # 4 Lead actor initials AS
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/17/11 06:34 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
That is the stupidest thing I have ever heard. And because we're all in the room and having heard it, we're all stupider because of it.

clue #1 SNL player has star role
clue # 2 hot for teacher

clue #3 trying to graduate
I did my original quote from memory and muffed it a little. Does this help?

...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.
Main character: Okay, a simple "wrong" would've done just fine.

Hint # 4 Lead actor initials AS
This may have to be the last clue.
Rizzuto in cursive.
Posted by: Leon FS

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/11 05:07 AM

Princess Bride.
Posted by: Chris_S

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/11 05:24 AM

Grease...?
Posted by: Insider

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/11 05:29 AM

Billy Madison foo!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/11 07:32 AM

Leon and Chris, nice try but I am sorry that is incorrect. Insider has the correct answer. Billy Madison.

It's a pretty funny movie. They show it on TV alot.

Thanks for playing.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/25/11 05:32 PM

The name's Francis Soyer, but everybody calls me Psycho. Any of you guys call me Francis, and I'll kill you.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/05/11 09:37 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
The name's Francis Soyer, but everybody calls me Psycho. Any of you guys call me Francis, and I'll kill you.
This next quote is a give away clue.

That's a FACT, Jack!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/06/11 08:28 AM

Wow, Doin', this one's been in here a while. I'm surprised no one's tried to give you the Aunt Jemima treatment grin
But you're probably a lean, mean, fightin' machine and chased them off!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/06/11 09:03 AM

Ha ha, I had to look that one up Corvette.. I recalled the scene once I saw it but not that line. Nice play.
The Aunt Jamima Treatment

The clip is rated PG 13 if you are playing along with children.....

Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/04/12 08:05 PM

New clue. Short, but identifiable....."That's not me Kate."
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/04/12 11:36 PM

Hmmm...not a clue here. I'll be watching to see who solves this one and what the answer turns out to be!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/05/12 08:56 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
New clue. Short, but identifiable....."That's not me Kate."
Okay I muffed it a little.. That's my family, Kay. It's not me.
Kay is played by Diane Keaton. Sorry about that.
Posted by: PA Roadkill

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/05/12 11:28 AM

Too easy - Godfather One - maybe at Sonny's wedding?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/05/12 02:50 PM

Yep, recognize it now!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/05/12 07:55 PM

Originally Posted By: PA Roadkill
Too easy - Godfather One - maybe at Sonny's wedding?
It is. I don't know whose wedding it was though, but I want to say it was the daughter. I remember someone rehearsing his line to speak to Marlon Brando. He kept saying on your daughter's wedding day.
Posted by: PA Roadkill

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/06/12 04:51 AM

You're right, That was the daughter's wedding to Carlo, Sonny was already married but still managed to get one of the bridemaid's up to an empty room.
The character rehearsing his talk with the godfather was Lucca Brazzi. Later in the film "Lucca Brazzi sleeps with the fishes"
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/06/12 08:54 AM

Originally Posted By: PA Roadkill
You're right, That was the daughter's wedding to Carlo, Sonny was already married but still managed to get one of the bridemaid's up to an empty room.
The character rehearsing his talk with the godfather was Lucca Brazzi. Later in the film "Lucca Brazzi sleeps with the fishes"
YES! "And may her first child be a masculine child."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/10/12 08:34 PM

The Flintstones was loosely based on which wildy popular sitcom.
Posted by: PA Roadkill

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/11/12 05:53 AM

Da Honeymooners - Fred was Ralph Cramden, Barney was Ed Norton. The major difference was they didn't have kids in the sit-com
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/11/12 07:40 PM

Nice PA...Wilma!!! Okay I have heard this, but cannot confirm. Same question for The Simpsons--after which popular black and white sitcom was it loosely based--and I stress loosely.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/11/12 11:42 PM

Wild guess...Father Knows Best?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/12/12 11:47 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Wild guess...Father Knows Best?
Great wild guess. Exactly what I had heard. Perhaps it took place in Springfield also, but no one ever knows which state.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/12/12 07:03 PM

All I will say is, "Whoaaaaaaaa...." This reply goes back to the movie with President masks...
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/12/12 07:05 PM

Awesome! I tossed around 3 different shows before I settled on that one...My Three Sons, The Brady Bunch (but I realized it was color and you said b & w, and Leave It to Beaver).
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/19/12 08:13 AM

I recently wrote this in a post...
Quote:
All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
Then I changed my avatar to support my movie quote. But I made a mistake. Did you catch it?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/19/12 12:52 PM

Well, Doin', it looks like your avatar is Jack Nicholson in "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," but the quote itself is from "The Shining" meaning Jack Torrance. Just an aside, my wife had to take a business trip to Estes Park, Colorado, where the Stanley Hotel (the inspiration for The Shining) is located. Since I'm a huge Stephen King fan I couldn't wait to take the tour. The tour was cool, the guide was great--what surprised me was how small the typical guest room at the hotel was. Give me the Stanley for ambiance but the Marriott for comfort! Estes Park is beautiful!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/19/12 01:13 PM

You are right on! Did you walk the shrub maze or get in the big cooler?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/19/12 02:43 PM

Actually, there is no shrub maze there and while there may be a big cooler we didn't get to see it. The original movie version of The Shining used a resort in Oregon as the "exterior" and if I remember right the rooms were just a movie studio. If you want to see a version that is actually much closer to the book, you need to see the 90s miniseries version starring Steven Weber, which actually used the Stanley Hotel, at least for some scenes. Even without the Stephen King vibe, the history at the Stanley is very cool. They have an old Stanley Steamer car there (it was invented by one of the Stanley brothers) and they showed us a short film with Jay Leno showing how to operate one. They were very dangerous cars and the thing blew up in his face as he tried to demonstrate. Very interesting stuff!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/10/12 10:21 PM

Doin', this is a reply to your old post about The Simpsons. Here is a link to an article confirming you were correct with the Father Knows Best reference...
http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/sns-rt-us-simpsons-springfieldbre8391fz-20120410,0,4299993.story
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/11/12 08:42 AM

Awesome. I pasted link into browser and got to the trib, but no story. It was their online error page. Thanks for digging git up.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/11/12 11:54 AM

Hmm, that's weird. It comes right up for me. Well, here's the relevant part, courtesy of the Chicago Tribune:

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The tales of Homer Simpson and his family have become embedded in television lore, but ever wonder where Springfield, the illustrious hometown of "The Simpsons," is really based?

The town of Springfield has become a character of its own on the popular animated TV show, serving as the backdrop to the adventures of the Simpson family. But in 23 years on air, the show's creator has kept the real location of the town veiled, saying he didn't want to "ruin it for people" -- until now.

In an interview with Smithsonian Magazine's May issue, Matt Groening revealed that the animated town is based on Springfield, Oregon, near his childhood hometown of Portland.

He also was inspired to use the town's name after it was featured on the 1950s television show "Father Knows Best."
Posted by: WestfieldNJGuy

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/15/12 10:59 AM

"And all for what?...a little money"

Hint: The Dakotas
Posted by: WestfieldNJGuy

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/15/12 11:06 AM

"Yeah, Hi Peter, how's it going. Um, I am going to need you to come in this Saturday...."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/25/12 09:39 PM

Originally Posted By: WestfieldNJGuy
"Yeah, Hi Peter, how's it going. Um, I am going to need you to come in this Saturday...."
Stumped
Quote:

"And all for what?...a little money"

Hint: The Dakotas
More stumped. Are these seperate clues or clues for the same movie?

Only guess is Fargo.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/25/12 10:14 PM

Originally Posted By: WestfieldNJGuy
"Yeah, Hi Peter, how's it going. Um, I am going to need you to come in this Saturday...."



OFFICE SPACE!!! CLASSIC!!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/26/12 02:55 PM

Try this one on for size:

"Let me tell you what Melba Toast is packin' right here, all right. We got 4:11 Positrac outback, 750 double pumper, Edelbrock intake, bored over 30, 11 to 1 pop-up pistons, turbo-jet 390 horsepower. We're talkin' some %$*&@*! muscle."
Posted by: DueDiligence

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/26/12 04:38 PM

Yes! In the police car in the next to last scene where the lady deputy is looking in the rearview mirror at the guy in the back seat and asking him why. Fantastic movie.
Posted by: DueDiligence

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/26/12 04:40 PM

Okay, what about this one?

"I am the strange and unusual".
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/26/12 08:04 PM

I have never even heard of that movie. Wow. I am out of it. I need to check it out.


How about this?
Quote:
Screw'm! Screw'm all! Screw the gov'm'nt!
or from the same movie by a different character (spoken as a narrative)?
Quote:
She was like the water that freezes inside a rock and breaks it apart. It was no more her fault than it is the fault of the water when the rock shatters.
Posted by: DueDiligence

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/26/12 09:34 PM

Okay, I KNOW you know the movie that line comes from. Here's another hint:

"Woo! That is why I won't do two shows a night anymore, babe. I won't, I just won't do 'em."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/26/12 10:17 PM

Stumped DD.

Guess.
Cash with Juaquene Phoenix.
Posted by: DueDiligence

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/26/12 10:17 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
I have never even heard of that movie. Wow. I am out of it. I need to check it out.


How about this?
Quote:
Screw'm! Screw'm all! Screw the gov'm'nt!
or from the same movie by a different character (spoken as a narrative)?
Quote:
She was like the water that freezes inside a rock and breaks it apart. It was no more her fault than it is the fault of the water when the rock shatters.



Stumped. No clue. But that last dialogue bit is so cheesy I have to wash my eyes out with bleach!
Posted by: DueDiligence

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/26/12 10:23 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Stumped DD.

Guess.
Cash with Juaquene Phoenix.


Nope, but you do know this movie. How about this:

..."I lived through the Black Plague and had a pretty good time during that. I've seen the EXORCIST ABOUT A HUNDRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN TIMES, AND IT KEEPS GETTING FUNNIER EVERY SINGLE TIME I SEE IT... NOT TO MENTION THE FACT THAT YOU'RE TALKING TO A DEAD GUY... NOW WHAT DO YOU THINK? You think I'm qualified?"
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/26/12 10:57 PM

Devil's Advocate
Posted by: DueDiligence

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/28/12 09:55 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Devil's Advocate


Good guesses!

But he answer is: "Beetlejuice"
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/28/12 08:44 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
I have never even heard of that movie. Wow. I am out of it. I need to check it out.


How about this?
Quote:
Screw'm! Screw'm all! Screw the gov'm'nt!
or from the same movie by a different character (spoken as a narrative)?
Quote:
She was like the water that freezes inside a rock and breaks it apart. It was no more her fault than it is the fault of the water when the rock shatters.

It's not Beetlejuice, but it is cheesy. What do you expect with Brad Pit as a lead? (His character spoke neither of the lines quoted)
Posted by: DueDiligence

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/28/12 11:16 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
I have never even heard of that movie. Wow. I am out of it. I need to check it out.


How about this?
Quote:
Screw'm! Screw'm all! Screw the gov'm'nt!
or from the same movie by a different character (spoken as a narrative)?
Quote:
She was like the water that freezes inside a rock and breaks it apart. It was no more her fault than it is the fault of the water when the rock shatters.

It's not Beetlejuice, but it is cheesy. What do you expect with Brad Pit as a lead? (His character spoke neither of the lines quoted)


Beetlejuice was the movie I was quoting from.

Okay, YOUR movie, now that you said Brad Pitt... okay, I've only seen "A River Runs Through It"; my all time favorite, "Fight Club" (mainly b/c I'm a huge Edward Norton fan); The Coen brothers movie he did with Clooney; "Meet Joe Black", and "Troy".

So, I'm still stumped.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/29/12 08:16 PM

I did not pen that well DD. I got your Beetlejuice and was tossing another log on the fire of my puzzle. Sorry about the confusion.

Here's another clue, 2 more really.

Because you love her I will forget you said that, once. ONCE.

Anthony Hopkins another major role in the film (strugglingly spoke the original quote about 'screwing the govment' after suffering a stroke.)
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/30/12 12:51 PM

Geez, Doin', no one's gotten your movie yet? I mean, who wouldn't like to come stumbling back into camp, the chopped off ears of your enemies tied around your neck, setting the hearts of the world's women aflutter?
Posted by: DueDiligence

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/30/12 02:10 PM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Geez, Doin', no one's gotten your movie yet? I mean, who wouldn't like to come stumbling back into camp, the chopped off ears of your enemies tied around your neck, setting the hearts of the world's women aflutter?


Women's hearts flutter from chopped-off human ears on a string? Dude - stay far away from women like that!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/30/12 02:25 PM

Originally Posted By: DueDiligence
Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Geez, Doin', no one's gotten your movie yet? I mean, who wouldn't like to come stumbling back into camp, the chopped off ears of your enemies tied around your neck, setting the hearts of the world's women aflutter?


Women's hearts flutter from chopped-off human ears on a string? Dude - stay far away from women like that!


DD--I'm LMAO! See the movie--it's Legends of the Fall. laugh
Posted by: WestfieldNJGuy

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/30/12 05:30 PM

Another:

"Say 'what' again. Say 'what' again, I dare you, I double dare you [censored], say what one more Goddamn time!"
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/30/12 05:40 PM

Originally Posted By: WestfieldNJGuy
Another:

"Say 'what' again. Say 'what' again, I dare you, I double dare you [censored], say what one more Goddamn time!"


Scary thing is, WestfieldNJGuy, a co-worker I once had told me that I look like the guy who is on the receiving end of your quote. I didn't see the resemblance...must be my "big brain." grin
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 05/01/12 02:50 PM

Originally Posted By: WestfieldNJGuy
Another:

"Say 'what' again. Say 'what' again, I dare you, I double dare you [censored], say what one more Goddamn time!"


I love that movie!!!!!!!!!

That is from Pulp Fiction when Samuel Jackson is about ready to shoot that kid for not paying the bosses money. Excellent scene, and Samuel Jackson could play the role of a Preacher as well!


Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 05/01/12 08:29 PM

It's not a motorcylce baby. It's a chopper.
Posted by: WestfieldNJGuy

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 05/02/12 08:50 AM

Pulp indeed....

Funny story....shortly after seeing it for the 1st time I was at the shore and spotted two boats parked at a Marina.

The first was named SAY WHAT?

The second: SAY WHAT AGAIN

Now that's film appreciation!











Originally Posted By: Brad - W4BJM
Originally Posted By: WestfieldNJGuy
Another:

"Say 'what' again. Say 'what' again, I dare you, I double dare you [censored], say what one more Goddamn time!"


I love that movie!!!!!!!!!

That is from Pulp Fiction when Samuel Jackson is about ready to shoot that kid for not paying the bosses money. Excellent scene, and Samuel Jackson could play the role of a Preacher as well!


Posted by: Tandem Realty

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 05/30/12 05:04 PM

Pulp Fiction - I must be the only person that didn't like that movie. :-/
Posted by: REODayton

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 05/30/12 05:06 PM

Originally Posted By: Tandem Realty
Pulp Fiction - I must be the only person that didn't like that movie. :-/


Whats not to like with pulp fiction? You may have to rewatch it, it get better each time you see it.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/02/12 08:27 PM

A FB friend started a Pulp Fiction thread today. 16 likes and here are some of the posts......
A Royal with Chesse!
Zeds dead babe.... Zeds dead.
Check out the big brain on Brad!
Sit DOWN, Flock of Seagulls!!
In the fifth, your [censored] goes down. Say it!
Nah, I ain't Jewish, I just don't dig on swine, that's all.
It's not a motorcylce baby, it's a chopper.
My name's Paul...and this is between y'all.
Watch in order.......Reservoir Dogs, True Romance, Pulp Fiction, then Inglorious Basterds......A true Q.T. fan....Okie dokie doggy daddy
my favorite QT movie ever!!!! i own 2 copies of it, just in case one gets scratched smile
I love boys and their movie quotes!! U r so different from us girls!! Lol

I put the last one in as funny proof it was from FB.

I bet you can guess which one I posted.
Posted by: walthi11

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/25/12 08:27 PM

[quote=Brad - W4BJM]Without question, my favorite movie line, "Now yous can't leave."

A great Mob movie with Robert Deniro.[/quote]

That one I know, because I say that all the time. "now Yous can't leave". It's a Bronx tale when the bikers come to the bar and they are asked to leave. They don't go, so the doors are locked and then you hear, "now Yous can't leave". Great Quote
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/12 02:25 PM

Ten of the most recognizable movie lines-informally assembled by me.
May the force be with you.
Life is like a box of chocolates.
You'll shoot your eye out kid.
Follow the yellw brick road.
Frankly my dear I don't give a damn.
Go ahead. Make my day.
Iceberg! Right ahead!
Yo! Adrian!
Say hello to my little friend.
I'll be back.

Of them I think the 1st might be the most popular of all time. What quotes have I missed? I bet there are plenty more.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/10/12 10:53 PM

"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Take your stinking paws off me, you damned dirty ape!"
"E.T. phone home."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/12/12 01:52 PM

The 1st one I recognize. I have been batting it around in my head. I want to say, Raiders of the Lost Ark. but I am not positive. Jurassic Park maybe. I just cannot place it for sure.

The second one I am not sure.

The 3rd one is a major big time one. Good one. ET. I think it would be hard to find someone who could not identify that one.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/12/12 09:35 PM

You're gonna need a bigger boat---is this from Forest Gump just after the hurricane? All the other boats go out of commission and the Jenny takes in her first big haul of shrimp? I think I totally got it! I did not look it up. Is that right?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/13/12 03:33 PM

Doin' I am SOOO disappointed in you!!!

1. Jaws (Roy Scheider)

2. Planet of the Apes (Charlton Heston)

Now that you've mentioned Jurassic Park, I have 2 favorites:

"Must go faster."
"Life will find a way."

*affects poor British accent* "Doin', get back to your DVDs, man!" wink
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/17/12 09:20 PM

I have seen Jaws and I see I am totally a flubber on that one. It has been a loooooooooooong time, maybe 25 years.

I am lame and have not seen Planet of the Apes. I have to do something about that.
Posted by: savvymoney

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/28/12 02:51 PM

"Oh yes, the past can hurt. But you can either run from it, or learn from it."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/28/12 07:45 PM

Stumped here Savvy.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/29/12 07:43 PM

Savvy, you are stingy with the clues. I'd love one. How about this movie quote? "This one time...at band camp..."

Please don't finish the quote. Just ID the movie.
Posted by: savvymoney

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/02/12 10:57 AM

American pie.


Here is another for mine:
"ive got a lovely bunch of coconuts, daladada, there they are dancing in a rooowwww....."
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/02/12 08:47 PM

The Lion King. I cried at that movie in the theater and still do!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/02/12 09:10 PM

Funny Vette----I was thinking Little Mermaid, the lobster singing Kiss the Girl.
Posted by: ducourtier

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/03/12 11:36 AM

"I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse."
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/04/12 10:36 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Funny Vette----I was thinking Little Mermaid, the lobster singing Kiss the Girl.


Yes, Doin', crying at movies is my great shame. I admit it. It's something of a joke at my house. I think I probably cried at some point in The Little Mermaid as well, but war movies are pretty rough!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/05/12 08:15 PM

Nothing to be ashamed of....by the way I meant it was funny we both thought of animated Disney films...not funny that you cried.
Posted by: VABroker

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/07/12 07:46 PM

Anyone seen "Cabin in the Woods"? Really enjoyed the concept of it.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/08/12 07:27 PM

You're going to have to tell me a little about it. It sounds good. Who's in it that I would recognize? What is the plot?
Posted by: VABroker

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/08/12 08:05 PM

Doin' - I am really bad at actress/actor names (except for John Wayne, Goldie Hawn, Bruce Willis - a few of my short list of favorites) and I don't think there's anyone famous in it; but, if I TOLD you the plot - the whole thing - it would ruin it for you. Starts out a bunch of young people (I was one once) heading out to a 'cousin's' cabin for some relaxing...not a show for your children to watch by any means (no nudity but they might have nightmares). You start to get the jist early on, but, there's a twist!
Posted by: savvymoney

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/09/12 02:40 PM

Godfather....so good!!

what about " I'm in a glass case of emotion. "
Posted by: ducourtier

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/17/12 03:24 PM

Anchorman!!!!! great movie. i cant wait for the second one to come out.

How about this one

"There's no crying in baseball!"
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/17/12 09:56 PM

League of their Own. One of my wife's favs.
Mule! Nag!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/12 11:04 PM

How about this one: "Death by stereo!"
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/23/12 01:23 PM

Is that from Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/23/12 10:33 PM

No, but that's a really good guess!! Here's another clue: "Maggots, Michael. You're eating maggots. How do they taste?"
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/27/12 08:10 PM

I have two more guesses. I am not really sure.
Spinal Tap
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/12 03:48 PM

No, you're in the right decade, but now you're at the wrong end of it. OK, now I'm going to give it away: Special Agent Jack Bauer and vampires.
Posted by: savvymoney

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/30/12 01:22 PM

LOST BOYS!!!! loved that movie, i found it in a bargain bin on vhs about 8 years ago, ive lost track of it now but got to watch it a few more times lol

how about this one...

"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men."
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/01/12 01:32 PM

YESSS! Finally! grin
Posted by: ducourtier

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/15/12 11:47 AM

Hey guys, how about this one... hope its not too easy...

"Sky People can not learn, they do not see."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/16/12 08:43 PM

Is it Avatar?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/17/12 01:29 PM

These are retreads, but two of my favs. Consider the season.
#1 It ain't cool being no jive turkey so close to Thanksgiving.

#2 Those aren't pillows!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/12 02:24 PM

Stir Crazy?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/12 08:40 PM

Stir Crazy is not correct. Each quote is from a different movie. Each is a comedy with some heavy hitters.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/12 10:33 PM

Hmmm, different movies, eh? Wow, that makes it even harder! I would hazard a guess at the second one but my guess wouldn't be appropriate for a family site LOL.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/18/12 10:35 PM

Wait a minute--is the second one Elf?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/19/12 01:40 PM

Elf is not correct. Both are normal family type movies, probably about 25 years old.
Quote #1 was spoken in a jail cell.
Quote # 2 was in a hotel room.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/19/12 04:44 PM

Bah! I give up! C'mon, agents, someone has to know!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/19/12 10:10 PM

These were snapped up with no trouble on the first go around.
movie #1 is a rags to riches flick
movie #2 shower curtain hangers salesman
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/20/12 12:28 AM

Is #2 Planes, Trains, and Automobiles? John Candy was a salesman in that one, and shower curtain hangers sounds appropriately goofy for him. I miss that guy.

I still have no guesses on #1
Posted by: savvymoney

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/20/12 01:07 PM

lool is the first one from trading places??

i have nooo idea what the secomd one is
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/20/12 01:09 PM

Correct on # 2.
# 1 Duke & Duke
Edit---Savvy gets it! Trading Places Thanks for playing!!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/21/12 08:08 AM

AHA! I've never seen Trading Places. Always preferred Richard Pryor to Eddie Murphy. Good one, Doin'! Keep 'em coming!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/21/12 08:16 AM

Thanks! There is a really funny scene in the beginning where he is panhandling as legless Vietnam vet. The police confront him after he harrasses one too many people. Then they question him about where he served in Vietnam. He ends up running into the building where the Dukes are, and into a room with a bunch of wealthy investors. When the cops aprehend him, he claims he was mistreated and asks the crowd, "Any of you a lawyer?" They all turn around to check their watches. Funny stuff.
Posted by: ducourtier

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/21/12 12:15 PM

how about this one guys

“It's the job that's never started that takes longest to finish.”
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/08/13 01:16 PM

Tea. Earl Grey. Hot. Show not a movie.
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/22/13 10:58 AM

"He beat me; straight up! Pay him.....Pay that man his money."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/22/13 06:40 PM

Is this said with an accent? Perhaps a Russian accent? Is the character a fan of cookies? Perhaps Oreos?
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/22/13 07:24 PM

Dang Doin', you are good!!

I'd post the scene here via YouTube, but of course the language is very R-rated and I don't wish to offend anyone.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/22/13 08:10 PM

It was a great clue for me. It rang a bell in my head. Then all of these movie scenes started running through my head. I remembered the scene was spoken by a bad guy, then the accent fell into place. Then bingo! I do not even remember the title off of the top of my head. But it is John Malkovich right? He has a nickname in the movie, like 'the czar' or 'the Ruble' Poker movie with Matt Damon.
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/23/13 06:56 AM

Yeah, the movie is called "Rounders". Malkovich plays a Russian mobster known as "KGB" in the movie, that runs his own high stakes poker room in NYC. Matt Damon runs up a tremendous debt to KGB, and that line is towards the end of the movie where he wins that money off him and then some!

Being an intermediate poker player myself, makes me really love and relate to the movie. I feel that film helped blossom the popularity of Texas Hold Em poker.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/23/13 06:59 PM

KGB. That's it. Yes, I liked that movie a lot. I play that game on my blackberry quite a bit. I am fascinated by it. I have very limited experience playing with real people though. Do you play with real BPO bucks?
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/23/13 08:52 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
KGB. That's it. Yes, I liked that movie a lot. I play that game on my blackberry quite a bit. I am fascinated by it. I have very limited experience playing with real people though. Do you play with real BPO bucks?



I play $1-$2 NL Hold Em at the local Indian casino about two to three times a month. I enjoy it, and have learned the hard way not to press hands. So I am a conservative player, that will patiently wait for the right hand. My goal is to win one decent pot an hour, and spend the rest of that time just enjoying not to be working....lol.

I also enjoy playing on Zynga, and do that quite often. I have yet to "pay" for chips, and like AOL have made friends online. All in all I find poker to be very relaxing for me, and every so often I make a buck or two at it.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/23/13 10:03 PM

Is pressing a hand a combination of hoping the next card will justify your bet as it will make your hand and bluffing a little with your bet--as if to say, I have something special here?
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/24/13 09:59 AM

Exactly Doin'. Expressions like pressing and chasing are rather interchangeable in poker. People are more apt to do it when they are losing, to try and rush a recoup of funds. I should know, I've been down that road a time or two in the past.

Now I don't let that bother we nearly as much. If after the flop I am missing one card for a flush or have an outside straight chance, I might buy another card. Otherwise, unless I have something decent I fold.

Except for being one of the blinds, I would estimate I only look at the flop less than 10% of the time as I will often fold beforehand. Unless I have a decent pocket pair or a high suited straight chance, I won't bother. That's just me.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/28/13 12:54 PM

OK, here's a new one...this is from one of the most disturbing films I've ever seen. Don't get confused--if you've seen this, you'll know it immediately!

"Singin' in the rain, just singin' in the rain, what a glorious feeling, I'm happy again..."
Posted by: VABroker

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/28/13 07:04 PM

How 'bout: "Do you believe in the equality of the sexes?" "Oh heavens no! Men would get out of control."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/28/13 08:14 PM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
OK, here's a new one...this is from one of the most disturbing films I've ever seen. Don't get confused--if you've seen this, you'll know it immediately!

"Singin' in the rain, just singin' in the rain, what a glorious feeling, I'm happy again..."
Is it A Clock work Orange?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/29/13 03:31 PM

Awww, man, I guess it was too easy, Doin'! You got it!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/29/13 03:34 PM

BTW, Doin', I saw you changed your avatar to Walter White. I changed mine to Rick from Walking Dead---my family is currently hooked on both those shows. We are watching on Netflix streaming so we are behind a season or two...
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/29/13 03:41 PM

Awesome. I have not watched the Walking Dead show. My mom loves Hell on Wheels. I just finished S1 of Sons of Anarchy. You watch that? It's a bit gnarly, but entertaining.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/29/13 03:45 PM

Yes, but we have only watched the first episode of season 1. I just can't believe that's Peg Bundy, LOL! Have not seen Hell on Wheels--will look for it. We dropped satellite in favor of Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon last summer. Took some getting used to, but it's so much cheaper!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/29/13 09:03 PM

She is one of the best characters.

We did sort of the same thing. Had cable galore, but I kept the base channels of tv, so we get like 12 channels, 2 of which are PBS and another is CSPAN. I still get many others, they are just fuzzy, but I don't care.

Hell on Wheels is post Civil War and they are working on the rail road. Sort of a western.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 01/29/13 11:31 PM

Just added Hell on Wheels to my Netflix queue--sounds pretty cool!
Posted by: ducourtier

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/11/13 12:33 PM

i love walking dead and breaking bad, aswell as sons of anarchy

i also watch dexter pretty much religiously, the latest season was really good
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/11/13 09:09 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Tea. Earl Grey. Hot. Show not a movie.


I've never seen Dexter. I am glad to have another show to look forward to. The tip is appreciated. I've heard The Wire is top notch stuff too. But it is only on the DVD service of Netflix, not the on demand side. I only have the on demand version.

I can't believe no one got this one up here^^^^^.

If not one get's it I'll have to "Make it so."
Posted by: Scintillion

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/11/13 11:55 PM

Originally Posted By: ducourtier
i love walking dead and breaking bad, aswell as sons of anarchy

i also watch dexter pretty much religiously, the latest season was really good


I like Walking Dead as well. Missed the latest episode due to travel but look forward to catching up.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/12/13 08:43 AM

Doin', I pondered your clue, but I couldn't even hazard a guess. My first thought was one of the James Bond flicks, but you said it was a show. Hmm.
Love the new avatar, by the way! Now there's a guy who could cruise into a neighborhood and take BPO photos without raising suspicion LOL!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/12/13 01:14 PM

Thanks Corvette. You inspired me to make the change.

The lines are recurring in many episodes. The show is really 'out of this world.'

I like the image of Pinkman in the car. It bolsters my role as a BPO agent. When I had the Clark Griswold avatar he was in a car too. Another of my favorites.

Someone did a really funny one of two movie stars stunt driving a convertable. I wish I could remember more. I just remember laughing.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/12/13 02:30 PM

Yes, I remember your Clark Griswold avatar! I don't know about your neck of the woods, but Jesse's business and my BPO neighborhoods could often overlap LOL
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/14/13 09:01 AM

Person 1 in charge "Good news People! Arts and Crafts was just extended to 4 hours."
Person 2, elderly " My fingers hurt."
Person 1" What's that? Your fingers hurt? Well your back is going to hurt now 'cause you just pulled landscaping duty."

Comedy recently on AMC
Posted by: CRE Credit

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/24/13 02:21 AM

Point Break is a good movie, but I have never seen Duel. Maybe I will have to check that one out.
Posted by: savvymoney

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/25/13 12:58 PM

Yes, the wire!! very good! if you can get your hands on it somehow, do it!!

Some more good one:
weeds
nurse jackie
californication
spartacus

as you can tell, im a tv nut!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/26/13 02:12 PM

Duel is pretty decent. I looked it up on a review website and it got 7.7 out of 10 stars. That is about right. A business commuter is pursued and terrorized by a malevolent driver of a massive tractor-trailer. Director: Steven Spielberg. It is a "ChiPs" era movie, if you recall that TV show.

Of all the cool movies and memorable lines I can't understand exactly why I started the thread with that one. I guess you have to start somewhere.

My buddy and I used to do a lot of driving in HS and would use that line for laughs (You can't beat me on the grade) when we were out on the road. I suppose that is why I was inspired to use it.

Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/26/13 04:04 PM

When I was a little kid, Duel scared the crap out of me. Now when I watch it I wonder why Dennis Weaver has to be such a wuss. Wasn't he panicking about going 60 mph?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/13/13 03:21 PM

"How can you be so obtuse?"
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/14/13 10:06 PM

HA!! That would be Shawshank, baby! Filmed right here in my hometown! And, other than Bull Durham, pretty much the only movie in which I can stomach Tim Robbins.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/18/13 08:43 AM

Well played Corvette! I expected nothing less. That is a cool claim to fame about your town. I agree about Tim Robbins, and even his wife Susan S. It really speaks of their acting talents when they can cause the political opposition to suspend their disapproval of the person caused by their political stances, based on their performance. I know a lot of actors/actresses cannot make that happen.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/19/13 10:09 AM

Ahhh, yes, Susan Sarandon! I was 20 when Bull Durham came out--I'm guessing she's around 65-70 now, so she would had to have been around 40 back then. Oh, my!
I liked her in Rocky Horror, too...
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/19/13 10:24 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Well played Corvette! I expected nothing less. That is a cool claim to fame about your town. I agree about Tim Robbins, and even his wife Susan S. It really speaks of their acting talents when they can cause the political opposition to suspend their disapproval of the person caused by their political stances, based on their performance. I know a lot of actors/actresses cannot make that happen.


It's one of the very few claims to fame that we have! I worked in a hardware store right behind where they filmed the bank scene toward the end of the movie--the Hollywood people were rushing about pretending to be important all day long--there was a big food trailer out in our parking lot. They bought lots of Makita tools! They made a big show out of name-dropping at the cash register--"Last week, I was working with so-and-so--he is sooo cool!" We would smile and nod to indicate how impressed we were, then bust up laughing when they left. Good times, good times...
I never got to see any of the actual filming since I was working, but the person that Morgan Freeman bought a bus ticket from was my boss' wife.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/19/13 12:59 PM

That is a funny story Corvette. And an awesome segue into the next clue--from a popular TV show. "These pretzels are making me thirsty."


We have had some movies made in our town. The Recruit, starring Colin Ferrel and Al Pacino. A local British pub adapted it's business hours to accommodate the crew and cast by staying open past 2am. They continued to serve alcohol (an ABC boo boo), as it was reported. Also there was mention of risqué dancing on table tops.

Also a major tv event for HBO, John Adams, was filmed here. Tom Hanks was the producer, I am not clear if he starred in the miniseries as well. I do not have any good stories about that.
Posted by: Malok

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 05/11/13 08:06 AM

Thats from Seinfeld.

Show ended his run while it was still pretty popular. smile
Posted by: Malok

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 05/11/13 08:06 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
HA!! That would be Shawshank, baby! Filmed right here in my hometown! And, other than Bull Durham, pretty much the only movie in which I can stomach Tim Robbins.


Quoted for truth!

smile
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 05/11/13 02:47 PM

Spot-on Malok! It was when Cosmo was in the Woody Alan film that was being filmed out in the street. George messed everything up parking cars while the car parking guy was away. Woody was upset, according to Kramer. His line in the movie was, "These pretzels are making me thirsty."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/05/13 05:24 PM

Rule # 1: Don't touch ANYTHING!
Can we touch the floor?
Yes, you can touch the floor.
Can we touch the air?
Yes, you can touch the air.
Posted by: Malok

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/07/13 08:58 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Rule # 1: Don't touch ANYTHING!
Can we touch the floor?
Yes, you can touch the floor.
Can we touch the air?
Yes, you can touch the air.


Thats from Despicable Me. smile
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/07/13 03:49 PM

Great Malok! Assemble the Minions!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/30/13 04:40 PM

In honor of The Fourth of July...be safe you all.
So you're gonna tell me that you don't have no black cats, no Roman Candles, or screaming mimis?
No.
Oh come on, man. You got no lady fingers, fuzz buttles, snicker bombs, church burners, finger blasters, gut busters, zippity do das, or crap flappers?
No, I don't.... No... because snakes and sparklers are the only ones I like.
Well that might be your problem, it's not what you like, it's the consumer.
Posted by: Rei9

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/19/13 12:24 AM

[quote=Doin' bpose]In honor of The Fourth of July...be safe you all.
[font:Arial Black]So you're gonna tell me that you don't have no black cats, no Roman Candles, or screaming mimis? [/font]
[color:#FF0000]No.[/color]
[font:Arial Black]Oh come on, man. You got no lady fingers, fuzz buttles, snicker bombs, church burners, finger blasters, gut busters, zippity do das, or crap flappers? [/font]
[color:#FF0000]No, I don't.... No... because snakes and sparklers are the only ones I like.[/color]
[font:Arial Black]Well that might be your problem, it's not what you like, it's the consumer.[/font] [/quote]

I like this movie. Joe Dirt. :)
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/20/13 03:32 PM

Rei9, you have nailed it. Joe Dirt is correct. Thanks for posting. Funny movie.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/02/13 10:08 AM

Doin', I realize this isn't from a movie, but if "Say My Name" doesn't become a national catchphrase, something is seriously wrong. Haven't heard a quote as bada$$ since "Go ahead. Make my day." grin
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/02/13 04:23 PM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
"Say My Name" vs. "Go ahead. Make my day."
We might be telepathically linked Corvette. I saw your post...read the first 1/2 of it and ran around the internents trying to get a new avatar pic for my clue. I don't want to answer it so quickly. I thought I'd let others get a chance to weigh in. But then when I got everything together I read the 2nd 1/2 about the other quote and I could not agree more. I was just thinking the same thing about 90 seconds ago. Pardon the French, but "You're G#$damn right" Corvette. The "Say my name" quote was an instant classic. Very powerful.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/07/13 03:24 PM

"Say my name," was from Breaking Bad.

This Christmas classic quote is from which great flick?

"I triple dog dare you."
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/09/13 04:11 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
This Christmas classic quote is from which great flick?

"I triple dog dare you."


Love that movie, "The Christmas Story". The dad is my favorite character. Everytime he "swears" in the movie, it's a loud angry mumble of a rant which keeps it G-rated. Good stuff !!!!!!!!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/09/13 04:16 PM

Best. Christmas. Movie. Ever.
Posted by: TheVenturiTeam

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/13/13 09:13 AM

This looks fun... so I here goes...

"Who told you you could eat my cookies?"
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/13/13 03:08 PM

Originally Posted By: TheVenturiTeam

"Who told you you could eat my cookies?"


Pure guess Venturi. The Bad Santa

Thanks for playing!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/19/14 03:59 AM

Flowing like mud around here.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 02/24/14 05:14 PM

Originally Posted By: TheVenturiTeam
"Who told you you could eat my cookies?"


The Muppet Movie?
Posted by: DelCidsRealty

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/05/14 09:26 AM

I have one:

"Didst thou ever want to be a pirate?"
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/05/14 10:00 AM

DelCids, only 2 pirate movies come to mind for me. Either its from one of the 65 Pirates of the Caribbean movies, or Peter Pan. Or maybe The Adventures of Tom Sawyer--I think he had ideas of being a pirate, too.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/06/14 02:15 PM

Hook?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/16/14 10:49 AM

DelCids, are you there? grin
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/18/14 02:14 PM

Quote:

"Didst thou ever want to be a pirate?"
Maybe it is from the movie Lost Boys.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 03/19/14 06:32 PM

Do you mean the vampire Lost Boys with Kiefer Sutherland and Corey Haim, or did they make a movie about the Lost Boys from Peter Pan?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/10/14 02:24 PM

It is the movie you were talking about Corvette. And it was vampires not pirates. I thought it was tied to Peter pan as Hook was. Thanks for catching it.

Some of these are going unanswered.

I want answers! You want the truth? I think I am entitled.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/27/14 04:28 PM

"The frost-sometimes it makes the blade stick."
Posted by: OrlandoAgent

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/28/14 01:21 AM

Gladiator!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/28/14 04:40 PM

Originally Posted By: OrlandoAgent
Gladiator!
Maximus! Well played.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/10/14 05:55 AM

One word...plastics.
Posted by: Gary Boren

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/10/14 07:06 AM

The Graduate
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/13/14 03:17 PM

Uncle Salty from downtown.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/20/14 01:19 PM

Someone should get this right away.
"I wouldn't go so far as to call a dog filthy but they're definitely dirty. But, a dog's got personality. Personality goes a long way."

Another quote from the same conversation: "Bacon tastes gooood. Pork chops taste gooood."
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/21/14 02:07 PM

Is this a Quentin Tarantino flick?
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/21/14 02:24 PM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Someone should get this right away.
"I wouldn't go so far as to call a dog filthy but they're definitely dirty. But, a dog's got personality. Personality goes a long way."

Another quote from the same conversation: "Bacon tastes gooood. Pork chops taste gooood."


Great flick. It's the first film I can remember seeing where it starts out with the last scene, and then go backwards in time so interestingly, that I had forgotten all about that final scene when it occurs again!

Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/12/14 02:57 PM

OK, a couple new ones. First, there is no dialogue in the important part of this scene (so this is actually a scene, not a line). Every red-blooded heterosexual male on this board between the ages of 42 and 52 should have this scene seared into their brains.
The scene is this:

"Moving in Stereo" by The Cars begins to play
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/12/14 02:59 PM

Now this one:

"HAHAHAHAHA, there's no basement at the Alamo!"

Posted in tribute to the person who said the line, as that person passed away earlier this week.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/17/14 04:44 AM

Guess for first one is Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Second one is The Three Amigos.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/17/14 06:18 AM

Very good for Fast Times, Doin'! But you were WRONGO for the second one. Not a bad guess, though.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/17/14 06:19 AM

Here's a second clue for the second movie: "Be sure and tell 'em Large Marge sent ya!"
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/17/14 04:45 PM

Could it be National Lampoons Summer Vacation?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/18/14 03:48 PM

Another great flick Doin' but alas, not the right one! Another clue: "There's a lotta things about me you don't know anything about, Dottie. Things you wouldn't understand. Things you couldn't understand. Things you shouldn't understand."
Also, the plot centers around the search for a bike...
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/14 03:15 PM

I am stumped. It is all familiar but I can't get it. I will keep at it though. Never give up!

How about this one?


"I have a pool and a pond. The pond would be good for you."
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/22/14 05:20 PM

Ack---not a clue on that one, Doin.' Any other clues you'd care to share? Is anyone out there in Agents Online land?

Here's one more clue for the one I posted:
"I know you are but what am I?"
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/24/14 02:28 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
OK, a couple new ones. First, there is no dialogue in the important part of this scene (so this is actually a scene, not a line). Every red-blooded heterosexual male on this board between the ages of 42 and 52 should have this scene seared into their brains.
The scene is this:

"Moving in Stereo" by The Cars begins to play


I can't listen to that song without thinking of that scene!!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/24/14 06:50 AM

Analog Man, I was driving somewhere with my wife the other day, and when I got in the car and turned on the ignition, the radio came on and was playing a song by The Cars--I don't remember which song, but it was one of their lesser-known minor hits. And I said, "Dangit, why aren't they playing Moving in Stereo?" My wife just gave me that look. She knows why I love that song. They ALL know...LOL
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/26/14 05:10 PM

"Moving in Stereo" is on The Cars debut album. The thing about that song, is that on the LP, it is immediately followed by another song called "All Mixed Up". There is no gap between the two, and they compliment each other very nicely.

Moving in Stereo gets minor airplay, but is never followed with All Mixed Up on the radio. That's too bad IMO, and pi$$es me off when that occurs. If your not familar with latter song, give it a listen!! (On vinyl, the way it should be!!!) wink

Click below to see!!!!!

http://vimeo.com/91981410
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/14 02:02 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose


"I have a pool and a pond. The pond would be good for you."

Here are some more from this classic comedy.

#2 "Move over Swanson, I'm driving."

#3 "Hey [Dali] Lama? How about something for the effort?"

#4 "Do you get a free bowl of soup with this hat? Oh, it looks good on you though."

#5 "DOODY!"
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/14 02:16 PM

"What about my asthma?" "I'll give you asthma"

"You never ask a navy man if he'll have another drink, because it's nobody's GD business how much he's had already."

And my favorite....."You'll get nothing and like it!!!"
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/14 06:48 PM

HA! CADDYSHACK! The giveaway line was "Do you get a free bowl of soup with this hat? Oh, it looks good on you though."

I miss Rodney Dangerfield!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/29/14 06:51 PM

Wow, I'm gonna have to watch that movie again...it's been several years. All those lines posted by you and Analog Man got me itching to watch Carl the groundskeeper.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 10/31/14 01:47 AM

Judge Smales is another good reason to enjoy the movie. You know Danny I have sentenced children younger than you to the electric chair. I didn't want to but I felt I owed it to them.

And don't forget the soundtrack. Journey and Kenny Loggins. Enjoy.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/02/14 09:13 AM

Yes, great movie. I can't believe that no one could get Pee Wee's Big Adventure LOL
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/15/14 10:10 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Yes, great movie. I can't believe that no one could get Pee Wee's Big Adventure LOL
I have seen the movie and the quotes are very familiar but it has to be 20 years since I had seen the movie. I just could not break through the cobwebs. I still feel proud about NAILING Fastimes. Call me Spucoli. Who was the teach? Mr. Hand. Ha ha. Hey.....who knows what band they had tickets to go see in concert?
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/16/14 10:40 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Yes, great movie. I can't believe that no one could get Pee Wee's Big Adventure LOL
I have seen the movie and the quotes are very familiar but it has to be 20 years since I had seen the movie. I just could not break through the cobwebs. I still feel proud about NAILING Fastimes. Call me Spucoli. Who was the teach? Mr. Hand. Ha ha. Hey.....who knows what band they had tickets to go see in concert?


I remember that one kid (I think his name was Mike Damone or something) trying to sell tickets to see Cheap Trick, but I don't remember any others. I remember some kids trying to get tickets at the mall but I don't remember what band. Might've still been Cheap Trick.
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/17/14 11:11 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette


I remember that one kid (I think his name was Mike Damone or something) trying to sell tickets to see Cheap Trick, but I don't remember any others. I remember some kids trying to get tickets at the mall but I don't remember what band. Might've still been Cheap Trick.


This will jog your memory some!! smile

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOSalcHVXnU
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/17/14 03:11 PM

Wow. Forest Whitaker? I forgot about him. I was thinking of them going to see U2. It was another scene. I need to watch that movie again.

New one. Here is a gimme....Think Mcfly!
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/19/14 03:06 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
New one. Here is a gimme....Think Mcfly!


Hello, McFly. I need time to re-copy!!! wink
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/20/14 01:48 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Wow. Forest Whitaker? I forgot about him. I was thinking of them going to see U2. It was another scene. I need to watch that movie again.


Ol' Forest did some serious growing between Apocalypse Now (released 1/1/79) and Fast Times (released 8/13/82)!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/20/14 01:50 PM

Originally Posted By: Analog Man
Originally Posted By: 75Corvette


I remember that one kid (I think his name was Mike Damone or something) trying to sell tickets to see Cheap Trick, but I don't remember any others. I remember some kids trying to get tickets at the mall but I don't remember what band. Might've still been Cheap Trick.


This will jog your memory some!! smile

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOSalcHVXnU


Hey, I want that little kid's vintage Led Zeppelin shirt! LOL
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/22/14 10:15 AM

Here's one....

You're a pimp? You look like Gandhi !!!
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/23/14 12:29 PM

Hmmm, combing the memory banks for a pimp who looked like Gandhi...nothing so far LOL
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/24/14 03:32 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
Hmmm, combing the memory banks for a pimp who looked like Gandhi...nothing so far LOL


From the same movie......

I want to ask you a question first. You're my older brother. Let me ask you some advice...

You are a married man, right? I am about to be a married man. What can I expect from this marriage thing? What is the honest scoop?

The honest scoop? The first month, from the beginning, is terrific. It's great. The second month, things calm down a little bit. Third month, you're looking through old phone numbers, old girlfriends... But, by the fourth month... by the fourth month you're just... you're numb.
You know? Just... It's incredible.

So by the fifth month, hopefully, football season starts.


- Football.
- You got ball games. You got Monday Night.


Stan, I am so glad we had this chat. You've really answered my questions.......
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/24/14 05:36 PM

I think it's Bachelor Party with Tom Hanks---I remember his brother was a dentist or something. I do definitely remember that brotherly conversation but can't say definitively it's Bachelor Party. I'm about 89.5% sure LOL.
If in fact it is Bachelor Party, I love that movie except for the one friend who keeps trying to kill himself. That character was way too whiny for me. I definitely love Tawny Kitaen in her pre-off-the-cliff-crazy days, before she beat up her husband with her high heeled shoes in the car, and before the Whitesnake videos...
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/24/14 05:39 PM

HA!! It IS Bachelor Party! Right after I posted a few minutes ago I remembered the pimp scene!! LMAO need to watch that one again!
Posted by: Analog Man

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/25/14 05:02 AM

Originally Posted By: 75Corvette
I definitely love Tawny Kitaen in her pre-off-the-cliff-crazy days, before she beat up her husband with her high heeled shoes in the car, and before the Whitesnake videos...


Oh yes, my "dream girl" for sure before she went off the deep end. Excellent movie !!!!!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/04/14 02:42 PM

I did not pick up those clues. I do remember the movie though. Did you know REM was on that soundtrack????
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/05/14 12:16 PM

In fact I did not know that, Doin', but I can tell you that REM is also featured in a very dumb, mostly-forgotten, yet very classic cult film called The Party Animal, from 1984 (Radio Free Europe is the song). Watching this movie would probably get you kicked out of what passes for polite society in these troubled times, which is one of the reasons why I count it as one of my favorites. grin
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/06/14 02:18 PM

I've not heard of that Corvette. I do recall REM on Sold Gold. I don't recall the song.

# 1 "Go do that voodoo that you do so well." Great great great movie. Outstanding actor now deceased.

# 2 "I sentenced boys younger than you to the gas chamber Danny. I didn't want to do it. I felt I owed it to them. Different movie but also great. I thought I had posted this one already but I couldn't find it.
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Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/13/14 12:50 AM

I've heard #1 before, but not quite sure what it is...but #2 is Caddyshack!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/13/14 05:09 AM

Most certainly correct you are on #2. Regarding #1 there are not many family friendly quotes in this comedy that is the complete opposite of politically correct. But I will try. "Howard Johnson is right. . "I'll do a number six on them sir". And "the town of Rock Ridge welcomes the new sheriff . Those are all loose quotes.
Posted by: PA Roadkill

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/13/14 11:56 PM

Got to be "Blazing Saddles" Mel Brooks as the governor wearing a tux with the word GOV on the back. Harvey Corman "That's Hedley Lamar, not Hedy" and Alex Karras (Mongo) punching a horse.
Posted by: barb43

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/16/14 04:52 PM

I luvvvv "Blazing Saddles." ("heh, where da white wimmen at?!")

Cleavon Little was highly talented; and gone too soon.
Posted by: Nashville Homes

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 04/19/15 03:53 AM

AMEN to all of the above! They surely don't make them like they used to...
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/02/15 10:42 AM

Around the survivors, a perimeter create.
Posted by: barb43

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/02/15 06:28 PM

I think it's from Star Wars II - Attack of the Clones. It's definitely one of Yoda's lines in the prequel era (maybe Yoda's worst line ever, lol).

I'm a fan of the 3 original Star Wars movies, but didn't like the prequels at all. wink
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/04/15 01:59 AM

Yes and yes. Me too but my son rightfully pointed out the newer movies have much better fighting scenes than the original three. I hope the next three are better. He says they are even working on prequel prequels called the Old Republic. And we both think the Indiana Jones series will connect eventually. Mayans will discover a crashed escape pod with the droids in it in the mountains of Central America.
Posted by: barb43

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/06/15 09:10 AM

Great story line, Doin'!! If the writers don't go there, you and your son should do an indie flick of that. wink

Here's one, uttered by a raging brother-in-law:

Now just remember what Huey Long said - that every man's a king - and I'm the King around here, and don't you forget it.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/15 10:33 AM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Yes and yes. Me too but my son rightfully pointed out the newer movies have much better fighting scenes than the original three. I hope the next three are better. He says they are even working on prequel prequels called the Old Republic. And we both think the Indiana Jones series will connect eventually. Mayans will discover a crashed escape pod with the droids in it in the mountains of Central America.


Oh geez. You're probably right. That explains the alien craft in the last Indiana Jones movie. I think I'm gonna be sick
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/15 10:35 AM

Originally Posted By: barb43

Here's one, uttered by a raging brother-in-law:

Now just remember what Huey Long said - that every man's a king - and I'm the King around here, and don't you forget it.


Because you said "raging brother-in-law" and because he said "Huey Long" I'm guessing that it was Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire?
Posted by: barb43

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/07/15 02:12 PM

You're right, 75Corvette. That movie has some great lines in it, but I have never been able to sit through the whole thing. Too tedious.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/08/15 03:06 PM

I am glad you showed up Corvette. I was stumped... Ready to ask Barb for different clues.

All mine come from the same few movies. How about this?


Now, Ms. Vito, being an expert on general automotive knowledge, can you tell me... what would the correct ignition timing be on a 1955 Bel Air Chevrolet, with a 327 cubic-inch engine and a four-barrel carburetor?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/28/15 04:16 PM

clue 1 was....
Quote:



Now, Ms. Vito, being an expert on general automotive knowledge, can you tell me... what would the correct ignition timing be on a 1955 Bel Air Chevrolet, with a 327 cubic-inch engine and a four-barrel carburetor?
Clue two is...
Quote:
Ladies and gentlemen of the j-j-j-jury....
Posted by: barb43

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/29/15 03:45 AM

The second clue sounds like it's from My Cousin Vinny - a great movie.
I loved Fred Gwynne as the judge in that movie.
Posted by: barb43

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/02/15 04:44 AM

"So this is how liberty dies . . . with thunderous applause."

Spoken by a beautiful woman.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/02/15 05:35 PM

My wheels are turning Barb. Turning. I don't like to google these things. I know that quote. I just need to apply myself.
Great quote. Is it from the Star Wars series????
Quote:
So this is how liberty dies . . . with thunderous applause.

Posted by: barb43

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/03/15 06:51 AM

Yes, it is, Doin'.

Yeh, it's more fun for me if I can think them through - sometimes I get a gut feeling I know the movie. That's what happened on the last one: your 2nd clue tuned me in.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/14/15 03:08 PM

It is a line from Queen Amidala in the 2nd or 3rd movie. I am not sure which.

Here is one from a classic but modern movie.


"Open the pod bay door Hal."
Posted by: barb43

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/15/15 05:22 AM

Is this from 2001 Space Odyssey? That's the only place I remember there being a Hal.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/18/15 03:28 PM

Pegged it Barb. How about.?....."Aim small, miss small."
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/19/15 02:28 AM

The patriot. Mel Gibson. It was not in the original script but was added during shooting.
Posted by: Grampa

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/19/15 02:28 AM

I was here and now I am gone again.
Hope this finds everyone well.
GPK
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/19/15 05:04 PM

Good to hear from you Kent. Glad you are well.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/21/15 02:30 PM

Do you leave switch on in America?
We don't have a switch in America.
Get switch. Save planet.

This was a remake. The line was not in the original movie which was better. The remake was pretty good though.
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/22/15 11:39 AM

Whoa! Not a clue...
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/22/15 12:58 PM

Clue # 1. The Orient.
Clue# 2. The apple of Will and Jada.
Clue #3. Pick up your jacket
Posted by: barb43

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/26/15 07:18 PM

I've clearly no seen this movie, whatever it is. Nothing rings a bell.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/28/15 02:00 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Clue # 1. The Orient.
Clue# 2. The apple of Will and Jada.
Clue #3. Pick up your jacket

Clue # 4 refers to clue # 3. In the first movie pick up jacket was 'paint a fence.'
Posted by: 75Corvette

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 11/28/15 06:14 PM

The Karate Kid remake. The giveaway clues: "the apple of Will and Jada" and "the Orient." Also you made a remark about painting the fence in the original. This one took thought and research. WOW---definitely the hardest one I've seen posted on here! Good Job!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 12/02/15 02:09 PM

Yes sir. Thank you Corvette.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/06/16 06:02 PM

We are from the planet Duplo, and we're here to destroy you.
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 06/11/16 03:20 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
We are from the planet Duplo, and we're here to destroy you.
Second clue...Where are my pants?
Posted by: Amandaed

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/18/16 07:18 PM

Since you guys already found the answer, here is one for you:

"Wait, I thought all you did was kill innocent people."

H1 : 90s movie
H2 : Acclaimed director in the genre.
H3 : A huge cast of Respected actors.

Which movie?
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/22/16 02:54 PM

Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
Originally Posted By: Doin' bpose
We are from the planet Duplo, and we're here to destroy you.
Second clue...Where are my pants?

Clue 3.... Everything is Awesome (sung as a popular song in the movie)

Clue 4...Kra~gle (sticky subject)
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/22/16 03:44 PM

Originally Posted By: Amandaed


"Wait, I thought all you did was kill innocent people."

H1 : 90s movie
H2 : Acclaimed director in the genre.
H3 : A huge cast of Respected actors.

Which movie?
I need another clue. Thinking director might be Quentin T??
Posted by: WestMIMedia

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 08/29/16 08:34 AM

[quote=Doin' bpose][quote=Doin' bpose][quote=Doin' bpose]We are from the planet Duplo, and we're here to destroy you. [/quote] Second clue...Where are my pants?[/quote]
Clue 3.... Everything is Awesome (sung as a popular song in the movie)

Clue 4...Kra~gle (sticky subject) [/quote]

My son's favorite - The Lego Movie!
Posted by: Doin' bpose

Re: Name that Flick. Great movie Lines. - 09/19/16 03:01 PM

WestMIMedia with the win. Terrific movie. So much fun and creative storyline. Thanks for playing. Share your own clue if you wish.