March 01, 2005
great movie lines
Do YOU know who said these lines and what movie they came from?
1) "Custer was a pussy. You ain't."
2) "I call that bold talk for a one-eyed fat man!"
3) "It ain't your WORD that counts. It's who you GIVE IT TO."
4) "You don't leave a man much, do you?" (Reply: "You didn't bring much with you.")
5) "I'm the pater familias!"
6) "Music, yes! Music is very good for the digestion!"
7) "I'd like to... suck...his... cock."
8) "Dirt. Dirt in the fuel line. Just blowed it away."
9) "Open pod bay doors, Hal. Hal? Open pod bay doors."
10) "You go on down there, if you've got the nerve. But them ain't wimmen and children waiting on you. Them's Cheyenne and Souix braves. Go down there and there won't be nothin' left but a greasy spot. So, you go on, if you've got the nerve."
My head is chocked full of useless trivia.
(And if Velociman doesn't know #6, I'm going to be very disappointed in him.)
That one with "Hal, open the pod-bay doors"--sounds like Space Oddysey 2001
1. sargent major(grandpa) in We Were Soldiers
2. Ned (talking to John Wayne) in True Grit
4. heard it, can't place it
7. Ummm, nope never heard that
8. this wasn't in the same movie as #7 was it?
9. Yep, SO 2001
10. Walter Brennan, it was a western.
To fill in a few blanks, and right a wrong..
#3 - The Wild Bunch - Ernest Borgnine to William Holden
#5 - O Brother, Where Art Thou
#8 - Bonnie & Clyde
#10 is actually from 'Little Big Man', where Jack Crabbe (Dustin Hoffman) is telling Custer (Richard Mulligan) to head to the Little Bighorn site. This is a great movie, one of my all time favorites.
Capitan, you have a trivial mind. I LIKE that.
# 7 is from Shampoo. Here's my Favorite.
Question: What is best in life?
Answer: To crush your enemies, see them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of the women.
And Ed is correct. #7 is the line Julie Christie uttered to Warren Beatty in "Shampoo" when he was stuck at a dinner with a bunch of wimmen he'd bedded. She was half-drunk and horny at the time.
#4 - The reply was from Matt Dillon to the gunfighter on Gunsmoke.
#6 - I know I've heard it but can't place it.
#6 is an exchange between Jackie Gleason (Minnesota Fats) and Paul Newman (Fast Eddie Felson) in the Hustler.
Opps, #4 is from The Hustler. Don't know about #6.
I think #6 is Hannibal Lector in Silence of the Lambs.
#6 is the good, the bad and the ugly.
Tuco to Angeleyes
1) We Were Soldiers
2) True Grit
3) The Wild Bunch
5) O Brother, Where Art Thou
6) The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
(aka the best goddamn film ever made)
7) Some kinda porn.
8) Bonnie & Clyde
9) 2001, A Space Odyssey
10) Something with The Duke in it.
I think 10 was "the searchers"
The Good, the Bad, the Ugly is the second best movie ever made. The outlaw Jose Wails (sic?) is the best!