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The butter scene from Last Tango in .Paris

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The wristwatch scene from Pulp Fiction. The optimal deadpan delivery

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6 minutes ago, Last Post said:

The butter scene from Last Tango in .Paris

You're sick...and I love that about you!

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7 minutes ago, Last Post said:

The wristwatch scene from Pulp Fiction. The optimal deadpan delivery

We're not trading colors!

 

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I love this one because I have absolutely experienced a similar ass chewing...................

classic.........

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James Westerfield in Hang Em high

"Schmidt, the Hangman: You haff last request? 
Prisoner: Sure would like me a chaw of tobacco. Whats the matter, hangman; afraid I'll choke to death and you'll lose your hangin' fee? 
[Schmidt gives him a chew] 
Prisoner: Umm! Put it in my pocket 
[Schmidt complies and starts to put the hood over the prisoner's head] 
Prisoner: Umm! Umm! 
[spits out tobacco juice and then nods] "

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I always like the quick load single shot pistol vs rifle scene duel

 

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Howe do you wantte you staeke?                                                    :)

 

 

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You halve alle my faithe....                                       :)                              

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If you have not seen this incredibly sophomoric 80's movie. You are missing some great dialogue by Tim Matheson's character. It is also the movie that made his role in Van Wilder so freaking funny!

 

WL

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58 minutes ago, chinabald said:

So many great lines in that movie. One of my all time favorites. 

Yep...me too.....I watch it about once a year. ....and there are only 3 or 4 movies I watch more than once!

Hello, my name is Inego Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.

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10 minutes ago, Point Break said:

Yep...me too.....I watch it about once a year. ....and there are only 3 or 4 movies I watch more than once!

Hello, my name is Inego Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.

Patinkin had a short but brilliant bit in Run, Ronnie, Run! Can't a man not drink his beer in silence?

 

 

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Nobody ever sees you coming, do they Bob?  "The Drop".  small movie, one of my favorites.  perhaps not iconic but well played. 

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"You aren't too smart, are you?  I like that in a man."

"Body Heat", Natty Walker (Kathleen Turner) to Ned Racine (William Hurt).  I've searched, but can't find this clip on internet video.  If you haven't seen the movie, you should.

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11 minutes ago, valis said:

"You aren't too smart, are you?  I like that in a man."

"Body Heat", Natty Walker (Kathleen Turner) to Ned Racine (William Hurt).  I've searched, but can't find this clip on internet video.  If you haven't seen the movie, you should.

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9 hours ago, Point Break said:

Yep...me too.....I watch it about once a year. ....and there are only 3 or 4 movies I watch more than once!

Hello, my name is Inego Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.

 

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8 hours ago, dreadom said:

 

Probably one of the most disturbing films I've ever seen.

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10 hours ago, Ishmael said:

 

Oh yes.....absolutely. How could I have missed that one. One could reasonably argue that is the #1 most iconic movie and opening ever. But there are so many........

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I have sometimes found myself wishing I got charged with contempt of court so I could offer that apology to the judge.

If he had seen the movie he would know exactly what I was doing and wouldn't be able to do anything about it. :D

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There was a lot of dumbness in that flick but they did the sailing scenes very well.

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I cannot believe I did not think of this one earlier............of course........you have be of a certain age to appreciate this one. I am.................

 

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One of my best friends is a dead ringer for the French singer, she doesn't see it though.  IMHO the best scene in the movie.

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6 hours ago, Point Break said:

I cannot believe I did not think of this one earlier............of course........you have be of a certain age to appreciate this one. I am.................

 

I never could stand that movie. With the exception of Goldblum, not one of those actors had an ounce of charisma. So they went and put them all in the same movie.

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15 minutes ago, IStream said:

I never could stand that movie. With the exception of Goldblum, not one of those actors had an ounce of charisma. So they went and put them all in the same movie.

I loved it. I saw one of my friends in each character. Hilarious yet poignant story line. Maybe you had to be there.......:lol: 

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4 hours ago, d'ranger said:

One of my best friends is a dead ringer for the French singer, she doesn't see it though.  IMHO the best scene in the movie.

*There are so many best scenes. Seriously, that movie is solidly in my top 5. “Gambling on the premises.....I’m shocked, shocked I say.”

 

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14 hours ago, Point Break said:

And Ingrid Bergman might be the most beautiful woman who ever lived. 

+1

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