"Run Forest Run"
I got to save bubba
That is a good one.
those braces breaking off his legs is just a very powerful visual image.
"We have clearance, Clarence,"<br />
Roger, Roger, what's our vector Victor?"<br />
"Tower's radio clearance, over."<br />
"No that's Clarence Oveur."<br />
wow, who's on first? is this from airplane?
Surely you can't be serious!
I AM serious and don't call me Shirley!
Pretty woman... "You work on commission don't you? BIG Mistake... HUGE!... I have to go shopping now..." I love it! :o)
I like the scene; it was a big mistake. some store employees are very snobby, and they miss on commission because they don't like the way a person looks
Yup, that's one of the best scenes in that film. Don't judge a book by its cover. People either.
The death of Roy Batty in Blade Runner. "I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I've seen C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. All these moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain." (Yes I quoted that from memory. I've seen that movie so many times).
When Harry met Sally......fake ****** in the restaurant...... makes me smile every time.... ;)
Yeah that was funny. The people in the restaurant were a little taken back buy that/
The people in the restaurant were actors. They were supposed to act that way.
Then Rob Reiner's mother says "I'll have what she's having". Nora Ephron wrote a great film.
The scene in Tombstone when Doc Holiday goes to fight Johnny Ringo and he say I'm your Huckleberry.
Mrs Doubtfires "boobs" on fire and then trying to put the fire out....
"Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn" Rhett Butler to Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind.
From "Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke":<br />
Pedro: Hey, man...am I driving okay? <br />
Man: (Looks around.) I think we're parked, man.
The Lion King<br />
Young Simba: Dad?<br />
Mufasa: Hmm?<br />
Young Simba: We're pals, right?<br />
Mufasa: Right.<br />
Young Simba: And we'll always be together, right?<br />
Mufasa: Simba, let me tell you something my father told me. Look at the stars. The great kings of the past look down on us from those stars.<br />
Young Simba: Really?<br />
Mufasa: Yes. So whenever you feel alone, just remember that those kings will always be there to guide you. And so will I.
so heart hitting
In <i>Bambi</i> when the mother gets shot.
made me laugh
Princess Bride.. Wesley and Buttercup are walking through the fire swamp. Wesley says *It's actually quite lovely* Without a word, just by the look on her face, Buttercup looks at him and says loud and clear *WTF?*
I'll have to remember that. It is a great parting line.
A scene from Open Your Eyes (abre los ojos)<br />
A disfigured guy looks up at this girl on her mime artist job who he believes is the love of his life but she had not called him since he lost his handsome face in a car accident. She stays still and shows no emotion on her white painted face; and they stand there looking at each other for hours until it started to rain. She finally moves and pretends she had only just noticed him. He says, "is my face really that different for you to not notice me because I notice you."
it sound like a good movie with good story line.
yep it's a must see :D
Scent of a Woman....When Al Pacino's character dances the Tango with ole whatsername.
Forrest Gump.<br />
The scene where Jenny is dying.<br />
Jenny asks "Were you scared in Vietnam?"<br />
Forrest answers "Yes. Well, I-I don't know. Sometimes it would stop raining long enough for the stars to come out... and then it was nice. It was like just before the sun goes to bed down on the bayou. There was always a million sparkles on the water... like that mountain lake. It was so clear, Jenny, it looked like there were two skies one on top of the other. And then in the desert, when the sun comes up, I couldn't tell where heaven stopped and the earth began. It's so beautiful."<br />
Then Jenny says "I wish I could've been there with you." <br />
Forrest says"You were."<br />
I always tell my fiancee, you are with me always, and I am never away from your side in spirit. You are the reason I rise and happily toil for my keep every day.
St Elmos Fire ... Jules has locked herself in her room after having lost her job and having most of her stuff re-possessed ... Her friends worried about her ... Billy crashes through the door just as Jules unbars it ... he goes flying into the bedroom and they talk there sitting on the floor. One of my favorite lines from all movies then is uttered by Billy as he shoots some spray paint into the air igniting it briefly:<br />
"Jules, y'know, honey... this isn't real. You know what it is? It's St. Elmo's Fire. Electric flashes of light that appear in dark skies out of nowhere. Sailors would guide entire journeys by it, but the joke was on them... there was no fire. There wasn't even a St. Elmo. They made it up. They made it up because they thought they needed it to keep them going when times got tough, just like you're making up all of this. We're all going through this. It's our time at the edge." <br />
I love the lines "We're all going through this. It's our time at the edge" as I think the movie spoke to all those folks (including me) who were of that age of those characters in the movie at that time.
Easy, Raiders of the Lost Ark when Indy pulls his gun to shoot the guy demonstrating his sword prowess. I mean Indiana Jones looks utterly tired & frustrated. Just a great scene.
"You all don't seem to understand,I'm not locked in here with you,you're all locked in here with me!"Roshak prison scene from the movie The Watchman!
The one scene from that movie with the people in it with a lot of explosions.
Well that's specific.
The high amount of explosions didn't help?