View Full Version : The Quote Game 6
Wed, 29th Dec '04, 3:31pm
okay, Vukodlak left it at:
- Dear Lord, please don't let me fu*k up.
- I didn't quite copy that. Say again, please.
- I said everything's A-OK.
my guess: Independence Day?
Thu, 30th Dec '04, 1:37am
Not a bad guess, but from a much better film... Is Deep Impact much better then Armageddon? Well I haven't really got a clue, just continuing with the space disaster adventure genre. That Independence Day guess seems plausible though...
[ December 30, 2004, 01:56: Message edited by: Zurga ]
Thu, 30th Dec '04, 4:23am
I would've guessed Deep Impact too, but it wasn't a better film imho ;)
Fri, 31st Dec '04, 1:48am
Hmm. Neither of the above. Think a bit older, better, amazing cast.
Fri, 31st Dec '04, 5:14am
The Right Stuff?
Fri, 31st Dec '04, 6:27pm
And we have a winner. Your go Kam. Happy new year :D
Sat, 1st Jan '05, 1:18am
"Look at her Miller, isn't she beautiful?"
"Your beautiful ship killed it's crew, Doctor."
"Well... now she has another crew. Now she has us."
Sat, 1st Jan '05, 6:29am
A little exchange that Laurence Fishburne has with the hideously transformed Sam Donaldson in Event Horizon. I hardly need Kam's confirmation on this one. ;)
"Good or bad, I'm the guy with the gun."
Sat, 1st Jan '05, 8:15am
If you get rid of the or then that line is in Army of Darkness.
Sat, 1st Jan '05, 10:44am
Sun, 2nd Jan '05, 3:25am
"Disco is not dead! Disco is life!"
Sun, 2nd Jan '05, 3:31am
That sounds like something out of Mystery Men, which I got tricked into seeing, yet strangely enjoyed.
Sun, 2nd Jan '05, 3:47am
Yes it is from Mystery Men. Go ahead dmc.
Sun, 2nd Jan '05, 7:50am
Actually, I'm in a band so that I can get laid.
C'mon dude, chicks do not need to be in a band to get laid.
Sun, 2nd Jan '05, 9:30am
Just a wild guess on my part:
Hedwig and the Angry Inch?
Sun, 2nd Jan '05, 10:28am
Sorry Beren, not close.
Sun, 2nd Jan '05, 5:55pm
Maybe... Wayne's World 2?
Sun, 2nd Jan '05, 9:22pm
No. Hint, one female character is saying it to another one.
Tue, 4th Jan '05, 3:39pm
dmc has gone skiing for a few days, and PM'd me the answer. Not surprisingly, I've never heard of the movie. Some more hints:
It was released in 2003, and is supposedly about an all-girl rock band.
Tue, 4th Jan '05, 7:44pm
Well, I can safely say that I have never seen it. I will take a wild guess and try Josie and the *****cats but I am pretty sure that was out earlier than 2003.
Tue, 4th Jan '05, 8:15pm
lol @ SP's auto-censor. :shake: No, it's not Josie and the Puddytats.
To be more specific, it's about a female punk rock band named Clam Dandy, and I can safely say I don't recognise any of the names of the actors (although the lead actress seems to have had lots of roles). dmc describes it as a B flick, and I gather he wasn't too impressed with it.
Tue, 4th Jan '05, 8:46pm
Not heard of this myself
Wed, 5th Jan '05, 9:10pm
OK, I think that's long enough, and I'm out of hints. If JSBB doesn't know it, then chances are nobody does. :p
The movie is called Prey for Rock and Roll. But don't all rush to the video store at the same time. :D
Next person to show up can post a new clue.
Wed, 5th Jan '05, 9:37pm
"The lady and I were trying to dance."
"You were trying. She was succeeding. "
Wed, 5th Jan '05, 9:54pm
The Mask of Zorro?
Wed, 5th Jan '05, 10:26pm
Damn, what is it with you people always guessing everything almost immediately? *pouts*
You got it :D
Next time I got to pick a movie without Antonio Banderas....
Thu, 6th Jan '05, 2:42am
That would probably make it a little more difficult. :p
My quote is pretty easy.
"Find me a genuine monster, if he exists or not!"
Fri, 7th Jan '05, 5:15am
Sounds like a Godzilla movie if you ask me, other than that I don't know.
Fri, 7th Jan '05, 5:43am
King Kong comes to mind...
Fri, 7th Jan '05, 6:02am
I know it's not Godzilla Vs King Ghidorah (sp?) because I saw that this week, maybe it IS Godzilla Vs King Kong.
Fri, 7th Jan '05, 11:28am
Yes, it is from King Kong vs Godzilla.
Mon, 10th Jan '05, 1:16pm
Ahem, its been 3 days, so I'm going to invoke the IJ rule. I'm going to give a softy as I haven't really earned this turn :)
"My brother is 27 lbs. of stupid."
Tue, 11th Jan '05, 7:58pm
Oh yeah, a softy. Right.
Tue, 11th Jan '05, 8:11pm
Yeah, soft as marshmallow....
I have no idea. Dumb and Dumber?
Tue, 11th Jan '05, 11:15pm
27 lbs? Isn't that like 13 kilos? What is that a baby? I dunno, at a guess:
Addams Family Values?
Wed, 12th Jan '05, 7:09am
it's a softy, because the clues are in the quote itself, sherlocks :p ok fine, some giveaway hints then ;)
the speaker is referring to HER OLDER brother :p
Wed, 12th Jan '05, 7:58am
And that really helps.
Random guess: The Borrowers?
Wed, 12th Jan '05, 11:29am
O.K. then, so basically we have to have a female baby talking about her brother.
That leaves far too many possibilities for me to guess from if we are dealing with an animated film but if we are talking live action then the one that instantly pops into mind would have to be Look Who's Talking Too.
Thu, 13th Jan '05, 5:22am
Thu, 13th Jan '05, 12:14pm
Thu, 13th Jan '05, 3:57pm
JSBB has it :p
my next hint was going to be "the baby is voiced by Roseanne" :p
Thu, 13th Jan '05, 4:58pm
O.K. - here is the super extra easy beachball of the day.
"You're good, baby, I'll give you that. But me? I'm magic!"
I was a little annoyed at them modernizing this quote in the movie but I guess the original unmodified quote would have sounded a little too silly.
Thu, 13th Jan '05, 6:21pm
Thu, 13th Jan '05, 7:15pm
Yes it is from Daredevil. Go ahead Vukodlak.
Thu, 13th Jan '05, 9:30pm
@ JSBB: What is the original unmodified quote?
Ok, lts see:
- You're one of them, aren't you?
- No. I'm something else.
Thu, 13th Jan '05, 9:54pm
That is from Blade.
The general wording was actually pretty close to what was used in the movie with one very noticable change (some people have claimed that the one word was the only change, it isn't - I actually brought my old comic collection out of storage to prove this at one point).
The main noticable change was that Bullseye called Elektra toots in the comic vs baby in the film. I conceed that toots sounds a bit too retro, and it probably didn't seem reasonable to cater to the relatively small percentage of the audience who actually read the original comics that were published 20 something odd years ago, but a part of me would have liked to see the quote unchanged.
Edit: The movie version wasn't even as close as I thought, the actual quote should be " (Put up a pretty good fight toots...) (...you're pretty good...) (but me...) (I'm magic.)"
[ January 14, 2005, 02:16: Message edited by: JSBB ]
Fri, 14th Jan '05, 2:09am
Quite right - blade it was. Onwards..
Fri, 14th Jan '05, 4:06am
"Exploit experts, their expertise is essential. That's a quote, page 35 from the Switzer manual."
Fri, 14th Jan '05, 4:41am
Fri, 14th Jan '05, 4:44am
No, it is not from Duck Soup.
Fri, 14th Jan '05, 4:53am
No idea then. I don't think I've got one of these movie quotes right for ages......
Fri, 14th Jan '05, 5:38am
Trust me, this film is just about as far away from Duck Soup as conceivably possible.
Personally, I suspect that either Aldazar will know it or that it will take a little educated guessing for someone to get it.
Ah well, I am feeling generous tonight. Here is another quote from the film - basically the punchline for the Switzer manual references.
"Never trust nobody, Caine Manual, Page 1, Chapter 1."
Edit: Lets see if any of these three quotes helps.
"Flat head is basically correct, it's like tuning your radio to K. I. L. L."
"So that's why we came here huh? Pump Boner. Interesting technique. It's very illegal and you got so much out of him!"
"Extra caffeine! Lousy American coffee couldn't keep a hamster up at night!" :coffee:
[ January 15, 2005, 03:30: Message edited by: JSBB ]
Sat, 15th Jan '05, 4:09pm
They don't. Any chance of a hint (as opposed to more quotes that is)?
Sat, 15th Jan '05, 4:33pm
Lets see, to start with I would think the quotes give a pretty good indication of what class of film it is. If not let's inspect the highlights from the career of the film's lead actor.
This film's lead actor is best known for playing (1) a psychotic Russian boxer (2) a psychotic re-animated corpse-cyborg (3) a psychotic cyborg assassin-religious nut (4) a gun wielding psychotic vigilante and just to buck the trend here (5) a sword and laser pistol wielding hero who typically runs around wearing fur briefs and sometimes a set of pauldrons.
I have one more quote that is probably the best known one from the film but it is such a dead give away that I will hold it back for now.
Sat, 15th Jan '05, 7:40pm
Hmm, these clues still don't help me much. Unless you're talking about Dolph Lundgren. In which case, I have no chance because his movies are far too F-Grade for to have ever seen them.
Sat, 15th Jan '05, 9:57pm
You just about mentioned every Doplh film that I know -
1 - Rocky IV
2 - Universal soldier(?)
3 - Johnny Mnemonic
4 - Punisher
5 - HE-MAN
The only other two that I can remember are the one where he's afraid of white (blackjack was it?) and the one where he plays a hired assassin with a heart of gold (no idea of the name). It's neither of them two is it?
Any Dolph fans out there?
Sat, 15th Jan '05, 10:02pm
Yes it is Dolph, but no the film is not one of the ones that you are talking about.
Sat, 15th Jan '05, 11:05pm
Therefore it is probably one of the F-Grade ones I mentioned previously - hence why JSBB thinks Aldazar (aka the Straight to Video King) might know it.
Sat, 15th Jan '05, 11:32pm
Hey, I actually saw it in the movie theatre and I taped it at some point when it was shown on t.v. (probably between midnight and four a.m. but that is when all of the most enjoyable b-films get aired ;) ).
It is definitely a 100% grade B smelly cheese of a film but I really, really like it.
Mon, 17th Jan '05, 2:36am
Hey! Don't knock The Dolph! No luck here yet though, give me time to check my collection...
Mon, 17th Jan '05, 3:00am
It must be really bad if even Aldazar can't get it......
Tue, 18th Jan '05, 12:00am
Showdown in little tokyo? Don't know if thats the title... He did a movie once with Brandon Lee.... Can't remember the name....
Tue, 18th Jan '05, 12:28am
No it is not Showdown in Little Tokyo (however, you are correct about that being the title of the film that Dolph did with Brandon Lee).
O.K. - I am getting a little tired of this quote being up so I will give the complete give away quote.
"Then you go in pieces"
Tue, 18th Jan '05, 1:28am
Still no idea here. You over-estimate our skills, JSBB.
Tue, 18th Jan '05, 1:29am
Doesnt give much away to me. :p
Tue, 18th Jan '05, 1:37am
OK just from that last one, I would guess that the film's name is 'We come in Peace' - coz then it would form a horrible pun. If I am right, somebody else can have a go because that is pure guesswork... :1eye:
Tue, 18th Jan '05, 3:34am
Ooh, very very close guesswork there Vukodlak. Yes, it is a very bad pun but there was only one Alien bad guy.
If that isn't enough of a hint then please follow the final hint given below. If you can't "guess" it after that then it will be quite sad. :p
(1) Go to the favourite B movies thread,
(2) look for my first post,
(3) find entry with similar title to that guessed by Vukodlak, complete with listing that it stars Dolph Lundgren-
(4) post film title here and then go ahead and post your own quote.
Tue, 18th Jan '05, 4:02am
I Come in Peace?
OK - I'll assume I'm right, given JSBB's instructions and to get this game moving. Here's one I guarantee that Aldazar can get, but I saw it again the other day and just have to post it:
"How's the serenity?"
[ January 18, 2005, 04:44: Message edited by: Harbourboy ]
Tue, 18th Jan '05, 10:30am
Tue, 18th Jan '05, 8:39pm
No, not The Last Samurai. This is a film from the 1990s. The words are spoken by a man on holiday with his family. I'm betting that this is one of Aldazar's favourite movies, but I could be wrong.
Wed, 19th Jan '05, 2:05pm
Man on holiday with family, National Lampoon's **** vacation.
I think most were probably 80's films though.
Thu, 20th Jan '05, 1:38am
Yeah the National Lampoon's vacation films were all from the 80s, as were the Great Outdoors and Summer Rental which would have been the other family vacation films that came to my mind.
Oh well, I will have to keep thinking about what else this one could be.
Thu, 20th Jan '05, 1:44am
Hmm, I guess this is too hard for you guys but would be too easy for Aldazar (who appears to be missing in action).
This film was an early outing for one of the stars of Troy.
Thu, 20th Jan '05, 12:52pm
wasn't Vegas Vacation (also with Chevy Chase) in the 90s? or was that not a National Lampoon flick?
Thu, 20th Jan '05, 1:44pm
Is it an Australian film perchance?
Thu, 20th Jan '05, 2:05pm
@ Enagonios - You are absolutely right about National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation - it WAS released in the late 90s - I had completely forgotten about that lame duck piece of trash.
Thu, 20th Jan '05, 6:05pm
Hey, it wasn't THAT bad :p
hehe I liked the fake i.d part. :D
and the daughter was pretty hot this time ;)
Thu, 20th Jan '05, 10:16pm
Sorry guys for posting one that looks too hard. Yes, it's an Australian comedy cult classic. Shame Aldazar never turned up. Eric Bana is the actor from Troy who is in the film. It's all about a family who live right next to an airport and have to defend their house against being demolished.
Fri, 21st Jan '05, 5:43am
Ah, I think I remember this one - it had us stumped for quite some time back in one of the early quote games.
It is from The Castle is it not?
Fri, 21st Jan '05, 6:07am
Correct as usual, JSBB. That's going straight to the pool room. Your turn.
Fri, 21st Jan '05, 11:42am
O.K. - my next incredibly obvious quote from a stinker of a film is
"Like the tragedy? Your parents must have had a sense of humour?
Fri, 21st Jan '05, 12:09pm
Hah, I feel a bit unfair as I haven't seen the film but:
(the exact same quote was in a review I read not 20 minutes ago)
Fri, 21st Jan '05, 2:24pm
Yes it is from Elektra. It is actually no where near as bad as the critics have been saying - that being said it certainly isn't good.
Fri, 21st Jan '05, 4:40pm
Well, would you recommend it?
I know this quote is probably too easy for this crowd but it's too good not to put in:
Playing to lose is like sleeping with your sister. Sure, she's a great piece of tail with a blouse full of goodies, but it's just illegal. Then you get into that whole inbred thing... Kids with no teeth who do nothing but play the banjo... eat apple sauce through a straw... pork farm animals...
Fri, 21st Jan '05, 5:03pm
The Naked Gun?
I wouldn't recommend Elektra - if you have nothing to do and you can see it for a cheap price then maybe but the plot is cliche, the villains are not developed at all and the action and special effects aren't anything special. The character of Elektra isn't anything remotely like how she was in the comics (at least not what she was like back in the good old days when I read them)- she is far too much of a goody goody in the film.
[ January 21, 2005, 18:42: Message edited by: JSBB ]
Fri, 21st Jan '05, 11:40pm
Sat, 22nd Jan '05, 1:27am
Damn! Of course not, its from Hot Shots.
Sigh, I must be getting old.
Sat, 22nd Jan '05, 2:44am
:D Quite right on both counts - your go old man... :tie:
Sat, 22nd Jan '05, 11:39pm
"My name is John Johnson, but everyone here calls me Vickie. Please follow me."
Sun, 23rd Jan '05, 12:25am
I'm sure I know this one. I can picture the actor and him saying it... or maybe my brain is totally mistaken. Still cant think of the film though.
Sun, 23rd Jan '05, 12:55am
So I Married an Axe Murderer [I think, it's been a while]
Sun, 23rd Jan '05, 3:50am
:doh: Yeah, that's the film. I could picture the scene in my head, but just couldnt pin it down.
Sun, 23rd Jan '05, 4:15am
Yep, you got it dmc.
Sun, 23rd Jan '05, 5:19am
Haven't seen that movie in years.. it was really funny though :D
Sun, 23rd Jan '05, 11:08am
I saw it only a couple of weeks ago. No wonder something was given me a hell of an itch.
Sun, 23rd Jan '05, 9:07pm
Everybody is special, [name]
That's just another way of saying nobody is.
Sun, 23rd Jan '05, 10:31pm
Mon, 24th Jan '05, 12:21am
Mon, 24th Jan '05, 1:02am
It is definitely The Incredibles.
Mon, 24th Jan '05, 7:04am
Yes it is. Best movie of the year in my opinion.
Mon, 24th Jan '05, 12:58pm
cool quote. but this isn't the one from the scene when Syndrome captures Mr. Incredible, right? I think he says something like "Then everybody can be super. Then no one will be." that "Boundin'" thing at the start was irritating though :/
Mon, 24th Jan '05, 2:24pm
The quote is said by Elastigirl and Dash when they are driving home from school. The quote by Syndrome was intentially similar but as you noted not exactly the same.
Tue, 25th Jan '05, 1:27am
- Knock, knock!
- Who's there?
- Boo, who?
- Quit crying, this'll be over in a moment!
- Fighting is one thing, but bad jokes is where I draw the line!
Tue, 25th Jan '05, 1:35am
no idea, though it sounds like the sort of line you'd get in a film like Mask of Zorro
Tue, 25th Jan '05, 1:33pm
The Princess' Bride?
Tue, 25th Jan '05, 5:22pm
Nope, think a much, much trashier film...
Wed, 26th Jan '05, 2:24am
Police Academy. Not to sure about the number though? 6?
Wed, 26th Jan '05, 8:59am
Yup, Police Academy VI: City Under Siege... Your turn Zurga
Thu, 27th Jan '05, 9:14am
"Look at that. It's an elk. Or is it a caribou? Or an american bison?"
Fri, 28th Jan '05, 5:31pm
Fri, 28th Jan '05, 9:28pm
No not Almost heroes.
Sun, 30th Jan '05, 3:14am
I think we need a hint :)
Sun, 30th Jan '05, 7:46am
All in an effort to please.
"To this day I regret not finding him and cutting his heart out in a really violent way"
Sun, 30th Jan '05, 11:33am
The last of the mohicans?
Mon, 31st Jan '05, 5:49pm
Not The last of the mohicans. It's a comedy set the present.
Tue, 1st Feb '05, 10:01am
Tue, 1st Feb '05, 11:31am
Haven't seen it but...
The Great Outdoors?
Tue, 1st Feb '05, 8:18pm
No to both. The main character's called Jimmy Livingston.
Wed, 2nd Feb '05, 1:51pm
Bubble boy. The "Jimmy Livingston" hint gave it away. That movie sucked dude. You shoulda quoted the part when Fabio was there :D
Wed, 2nd Feb '05, 6:42pm
Couldn't remember the Fabio quote. Something about mutating and burning on some planet. Anyway your turn.
P.S. That movie did not suck. Much.
Thu, 3rd Feb '05, 3:27am
"Hey babe. If you were Dominos, I'd get a discount."
"If I were Dominos, you'd still be alive."
Thu, 3rd Feb '05, 3:40pm
Sigh, I know that I have heard that dialogue but for the life of me I can't remember what film it was in.
Oh great, now I am going to be sitting around all day :bang: and mentally reviewing all of the lame turkey action films that I have seen.
Fri, 4th Feb '05, 11:22am
Fri, 4th Feb '05, 11:31am
Yeah, that's it. Oh well, I guess I can stop :bang: now.
Sat, 5th Feb '05, 4:39am
hehe you got it Elios ;)
Sat, 5th Feb '05, 9:21am
ok, here's my quote.
"You see, in this world there's two kinds of people, my friend: Those with loaded guns and those who dig. You dig."
Sat, 5th Feb '05, 12:21pm
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. It's a Classic, at least on tcm :)
Sat, 5th Feb '05, 9:01pm
Well my reign was short lived. LOL
Sat, 5th Feb '05, 10:58pm
Since I'm going back to the army tomorrow in the afternoon, I'll give you a softy. so here it is
"The genetic difference between men and apes is only three percent. But that three percent gave us Einstein, Mozart
Jack The Ripper."
Sun, 6th Feb '05, 12:30am
The Matrix? Thought I heard Morpheus say it in the movie.
Sun, 6th Feb '05, 5:38am
Yeah, I'm pretty sure it's Matrix. I can almost hear Neo chiming in with the "Jack the Ripper" part.
Sun, 6th Feb '05, 11:25am
nope sorry it's not the matrix.
so heres another quote
"what is she now?
Mon, 7th Feb '05, 12:01pm
well, nobody's guessing so I'll just throw one in.
It sounds like an "evolutionary" kinda film, soo...
Thu, 10th Feb '05, 7:19pm
He did say he was going back to the army, so I doubt we'll get an answer.
You're up Enagonios.
Fri, 11th Feb '05, 2:21am
oh, word. okay, here's mine:
"Oh, it's ON. It's on like Donkey Kong!"
Fri, 11th Feb '05, 2:43am
Fri, 11th Feb '05, 6:48am
Nope, sorry. :)
Maybe I should add the last word of the quote:
"Oh it's ON. It's on like Donkey Kong, beeyotch!"
Sat, 12th Feb '05, 4:12pm
Eh Malibu's Most Wanted? And if it is, what kind of trash are you (and I apparently) watching?
Sun, 13th Feb '05, 3:09pm
hehe no again.
I guess it's time for some hints :p
It is the 3rd movie (Threequel? ;) ) in it's "series" and is probably the last as well.
It's in the "teen" rating.
It's not a "B-movie".
It's got quite a few titties in it :D
That should be more than enough :p
Sun, 13th Feb '05, 5:01pm
Scary Movie 3?
Sun, 13th Feb '05, 5:35pm
American Pie 3?
Mon, 14th Feb '05, 5:51pm
Finally :rolleyes: :p
Your go Vukodlak
Mon, 14th Feb '05, 11:34pm
Marvellous, another film I haven't seen - guessed. All in a day's work :D Right, how about:
'Not many people know this, but the turtle is nature's suction cup.'
Tue, 15th Feb '05, 12:51am
Tue, 15th Feb '05, 1:57am
Nope, it is from UHF.
Ah good old Raul - teaching poodles how to fly, shaking up ant farms (and commenting "Oh look, they are really mad now") and tossing turtles at the ceiling - that is how a wildlife t.v. show should be. :lol:
Tue, 15th Feb '05, 2:08am
And we have a winner! Congrats JSBB, you get to go to SPATULA CITY!
Or post the next quote. Whitchever.
Tue, 15th Feb '05, 2:17am
What - I don't win my weight in fish? Damn! ;)
"My best case scenario, Eleanor, is hair everywhere but my eyeballs, elongation of my spine until my skin splits, teats, and a growing tolerance, maybe even affection, for the smell and taste of feces, not just my own, and then excruciating death!"
Edit: Oh, and there are bonus points if you can tell me what Eleanor's response is.
[ February 15, 2005, 02:28: Message edited by: JSBB ]
Tue, 15th Feb '05, 7:37am
Ginger Snaps 2, where the younger of the Fitzgerald sisters explains her horrors involved with slowly transforming into a werewolf despite all efforts to stop the inevitable.
I liked the first one better.
Tue, 15th Feb '05, 11:43am
Yeah I agree, the original was much better.
Go ahead Beren.
Tue, 15th Feb '05, 1:44pm
Doh... Answered to a previous quote without seeing that there was another page....
Tue, 15th Feb '05, 10:27pm
He was the ugliest f***in' Indian I ever saw! If you know it, you'll realize it isn't quite as offensive as its first blush suggests.
Tue, 15th Feb '05, 10:41pm
[ Nope ] - Beren
[ February 16, 2005, 07:23: Message edited by: Beren ]
Wed, 16th Feb '05, 12:17pm
Wed, 16th Feb '05, 6:57pm
Clue: The movie included Adam Beach.
Sat, 19th Feb '05, 6:44am
i think we need another clue beren :)
Sat, 19th Feb '05, 8:11am
The line was uttered by Michael Greyeyes.
Sun, 20th Feb '05, 8:23am
Hmmmm ... looks like another hint is needed, much to my own surprise.
The movie ended up becoming a pilot for a Canadian television series called, "The Rez".
Sun, 20th Feb '05, 8:35am
ooh, 2 posts in a row, the powers of a moderator :D ;)
still have no clue though :confused:
Sun, 20th Feb '05, 5:24pm
:confused: Is anyone outside Canada likely to have heard of this film? Not only does the quote sound completely unfamilliar, I have never heard of any of the people you mentioned as hints... never mind 'the Rez'
Mon, 21st Feb '05, 5:16am
Not sure how many more clues I can give. Guess I'll have to open this up into a google or imdb race.
Mon, 21st Feb '05, 6:14am
Since Google has become legal, the film in question is "Dance Me Outside." I'd never heard of it.
'Course, I could be misinformed, so I'll wait for Beren to confirm.
Mon, 21st Feb '05, 6:58am
Sorry about that. Thought at least some of our Canadian boys, and possibly American ones, would have been able to get this.
Go ahead Jhonka.
Mon, 21st Feb '05, 7:06am
Since I didn't exactly earn this one, I'll give you guys a softball :p
-"I've never seen so many dead hookers in all my life!"
-"Lord knows I have..."
Mon, 21st Feb '05, 9:19am
Wouldn't really call it a softie as it wasn't a really famous movie, but a funny one nonetheless :) That part with the frat guys was hilarious :D "Hello? REAL cops?.." :shake:
Mon, 21st Feb '05, 6:39pm
Dirty Work indeed. I loved that movie :)
Go ahead, Enagonios.
(I guess I considered it a softie since if you've seen the movie, there's no way you won't recognize the line :D )
Tue, 22nd Feb '05, 4:48am
"Maybe I'm drunk, but tomorrow I'll be sober but he'll STILL be a faget!"
Tue, 22nd Feb '05, 3:29pm
Hmm... It's a paraphrase of Winston Churchill, who once told a female dignatory at an official function: I may be drunk, madam, but tomorrow I will be sober and you will still be ugly.
I guess the ol' beer goggles hadn't kicked in. :lol:
I'm not sure where the quote is from, though. It seems familiar, and I'll probably kick myself when it's solved.
Tue, 22nd Feb '05, 4:49pm
Yeah, I know what the original quote was. Chrurchill is definitely my favorite politician, past or present (and I hate politics) ;)
I guess some clues are needed, so here they are:
It's an early 90's action film.
It was uttered by the star of the movie, who was an action star in the late 1980s - early 1990s and has produced some pretty recent films (but they sucked :( )
I can't say whether it was a B movie or not because I loved it when I saw it ;) I know these are vague hints, but I'm prepared to give you guys a bit of time to guess because once I give you the next hint, the great white shark (JSBB :p ) or somebody else is gonna snap it right up.
Tue, 22nd Feb '05, 5:22pm
Oh you won't have to wait for that - I think I will just jump in now.
Wed, 23rd Feb '05, 2:36pm
dum dum dum dum dum dum...
Your turn Jaws :p
Wed, 23rd Feb '05, 2:42pm
"The pastry is as light as air!
Ah well, Germaine has very sensitive hands, an extraordinarily light touch!
I can tell.
She strangled a German general once without making a sound.
<Gulp> What an extraordinary woman!"
Wed, 23rd Feb '05, 3:28pm
damn, this sounds familiar, like it was from that val kilmer spy spoof thing, but the name escapes me at the moment.
ah, just phoned a friend (who iwas going to call about something else anyway! :p )
Wed, 23rd Feb '05, 3:34pm
No, it is not from Top Secret.
Wed, 23rd Feb '05, 4:23pm
Weird.. it sounded so familiar and my curiousity was killing me so I looked it up and, while it's in my family's movie collection, I've never seen this movie.
Wed, 23rd Feb '05, 5:20pm
To catch a thief. Cary Grant talking to john Williams :p
Wed, 23rd Feb '05, 5:27pm
You got it Vukodlak.
Wed, 23rd Feb '05, 11:35pm
- Item 96: A tax shall be levied on all parasites and spongers - such as the elderly, the infirm, and especially heehee, little children.
- That's ridicilous! You're insane!
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 3:18am
Ah yes, good old Ratigan - the world's greatest rat. :lol:
It is from The Great Mouse Detective of course.
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 5:36am
Shux, I knew that one :/
Accursed school hours :mad:
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 10:05am
Elementary my dear JSBB. Your turn...
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 8:40pm
"Do you have any idea how frustrating it is to have unlimited power and only be able to use it when some worm asks for something?"
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 9:13pm
A complete guess: Bruce Almighty? :hmm:
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 9:14pm
No it is not from Bruce Almighty.
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 9:19pm
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 9:22pm
No it is not from Dogma.
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 9:41pm
This really rings a bell. What was the film with Liz hurley and Brenden Fraser? Bedazzled?
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 9:43pm
No it is not from Bedazzled.
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 10:06pm
:bang: dammit, I'm racking my brain. I'm sure a devil type said it in a comedy of sorts. Last try: Little Nicky? if it isnt I dont think I'm going to get this without a pointer.
Thu, 24th Feb '05, 11:07pm
No it is not from Little Nicky - and while the film was funny at times I wouldn't label it as a comedy.
Oh, and the individual saying the line was not a/the devil.
Fri, 25th Feb '05, 4:47am
Fri, 25th Feb '05, 5:58am
No, it is not from any of the Aladdin films.
Fri, 25th Feb '05, 6:50pm
Fri, 25th Feb '05, 7:35pm
Beren is kind of on the right track but very much in the wrong genre.
This movie had featured supporting or cameo appearances by Kane (Jason) Hodder, Tony (Candyman) Todd, and Robert (Freddy Krueger) Englund.
Fri, 25th Feb '05, 7:47pm
I guess seeing that piece of crap on cinemax was worth something after all :)
wishmaster. the first one i think?
Fri, 25th Feb '05, 8:00pm
You got it Enagonios. If you think the first one was bad you should see number three or, God forbid, four :eek: . Yikes, those ones were BAD!
I have not had the misfortune of seeing number two but I have to assume that it falls into the worse then #1 but not as bad as #3 category - at least that would make the decline into the murk something of a trend.
Sat, 26th Feb '05, 1:03pm
actually I think I did see 4 as well. Was the the one when the Djinn fell in love with the protagonist? :rolleyes:
I can't really think of one right now so here's a semi-softy:
"Ooh, Chess. I love Chess. You know what I love even more than Chess?"
Sat, 26th Feb '05, 5:16pm
Yeah that was number 4. The main actress wasn't too hard on the eyes but pretty much everything else about that one was just terrible.
Sat, 26th Feb '05, 6:26pm
Hah, i think I know this one - Two Weeks' Notice?
Sat, 26th Feb '05, 8:53pm
/me: sends :thumb: to Arabwel for remembering the apostrophe in Two Weeks' Notice... Warner Bros. didn't! :rolleyes:
Sun, 27th Feb '05, 2:45am
yeah, she was pretty hot. wasn't she in Melrose Place(sp?)?
Bingo, you got it arabwel :)
Sun, 27th Feb '05, 4:20am
Yay. Shows that it is a good thing that I watched that one.. it was 3 am and I was bored :p
This should be easy:
"What's the décor? Early Mexican brothel? "
Sun, 27th Feb '05, 4:56am
Once Upon a Time in Mexico?
I'm guessin' its an Antonio Banderas thing ... ;)
Sun, 27th Feb '05, 5:39am
Sun, 27th Feb '05, 6:08am
easy huh? :/ hrmm
From Dusk til Dawn?
Sun, 27th Feb '05, 4:46pm
Sun, 27th Feb '05, 6:10pm
Its gotta be a Banderas thing ... :p
Sun, 27th Feb '05, 6:50pm
Sorry, nope :p
Mon, 28th Feb '05, 2:09am
That sounds like something Judy Dench said in Chocolat, but I don't remember it exactly that way.
Mon, 28th Feb '05, 2:55am
That would be the movie/quote I was shooting for :)
See? NOT a Banderas movie :p
(So it has Johnny Depp. Shut up...)
Mon, 28th Feb '05, 3:17am
[Female lead] - I haven't lived a good life. I've been bad, worse than you could know.
[Male lead] - You know, that's good, because if you actually were as innocent as you pretend to be, we'd never get anywhere.
Mon, 28th Feb '05, 10:41am
Mon, 28th Feb '05, 4:21pm
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid?
Mon, 28th Feb '05, 6:38pm
oooh, lots of film noir, and spoof film noir guesses. I'll join in!
The big sleep?
Mon, 28th Feb '05, 6:59pm
I am pretty sure that Vukodlak is correct.
Mon, 28th Feb '05, 7:13pm
If it is I should slap myself and put it on again
Mon, 28th Feb '05, 11:58pm
It is the Maltese Falcon. Great movie.
Tue, 1st Mar '05, 8:50am
'Madness is the excuse they normally give for evil. Hitler was mad, they say. And so he may have been, but not necessarily. Evil does exist. Evil is!'
Wed, 2nd Mar '05, 6:08am
Wed, 2nd Mar '05, 8:05am
Wed, 2nd Mar '05, 6:31pm
sounds like something Magneto might have said :/
Wed, 2nd Mar '05, 10:46pm
OK, maybe hint time. The line is spoken by the main villain of the piece. The film ends with him saying:'Hold it! Stop! That's the end of the picture, but it's not the end of the mystery.', followed by a short (but entertaining) scene until he finally declares: 'Ladies and gentlemen - The End!'
Wed, 2nd Mar '05, 11:06pm
The Pink Panther?
Wed, 2nd Mar '05, 11:07pm
Hmmm, I know I've heard this recently. Is it the Rocky Horror Picture Show? Either that or Dr. Strangelove.
Thu, 3rd Mar '05, 4:11am
The List Of Adrian Messenger.
The 'Hold It!' bit was what gave it away :D .
Time for a softball to get things going again.
"Have you ever danced wtih the devil in the pale moonlight?"
Oh, by the way. I might be back this time. I get bored at Uni easily.
Thu, 3rd Mar '05, 4:20am
Never heard of Adrian Messenger.
For this one, I guess "Batman"
Thu, 3rd Mar '05, 9:42am
Quite right, it was The List Of Adrian Messenger. I was beginning to think nobody has seen it...
And I'm pretty sure Harbourboy has the next one :)
Thu, 3rd Mar '05, 11:08am
"Have you ever danced wtih the devil in the pale moonlight?"
I can't believe I wasn't online for this one :bang:
It was only my favorite movie quote when I was a kid :rolleyes:
Thu, 3rd Mar '05, 9:02pm
OK, if we assume I'm right and the Beazlebub was wrong about being back, I will continue:
"This is not vengeance. Revenge is not a valid motive, it's an emotional response."
Fri, 4th Mar '05, 8:12am
Not that I've seen it, but it sounds like something out of The Punisher.
Fri, 4th Mar '05, 9:35am
Kam - you are right. And be glad you didn't see the movie, because it was appallingly bad. Just terrible. Anyway, your turn.
Sat, 5th Mar '05, 2:54am
I'm back, I'm back. Pushy, aren't you.
Yeah, it was Batman. I did say softball.
Sun, 6th Mar '05, 3:51am
lets get it movin' people :p
Sun, 6th Mar '05, 5:20am
Yeah, I'd actually forgotten about this till I was looking over the Boards.
So, here goes: I told you I'd make my career with you ___.
Hope that's not too much of a softball.
Sun, 6th Mar '05, 7:11am
Sun, 6th Mar '05, 8:15pm
Ding ding! A winner is you!
Sun, 6th Mar '05, 9:06pm
I bought that film just the other week. Very cool.
A softie, but a quote that always makes me giggle
I don't know if you've read my book, "Advanced Sexual Positions: How to Achieve Them Without Laughing."
Mon, 7th Mar '05, 5:08pm
curses. knew the equilibrium one but have no idea about this one :bang:
Mon, 7th Mar '05, 8:30pm
The Guru? :p
Mon, 7th Mar '05, 8:44pm
no, this film is a little older. Surprised it hasnt been got already.
My favourite bit was an excellent panel show called What's my perversion?
Mon, 7th Mar '05, 11:05pm
Everything you always wanted to know about sex but were afraid to ask.
Don't remember the quote but the quiz is a classic :D
Tue, 8th Mar '05, 5:50am
indeed it was. The quote was made by Victor Shakapopulis.
Tue, 8th Mar '05, 9:51am
- Do you think you're late enough?
- Oh, you must be from around here.
Tue, 8th Mar '05, 5:16pm
Wed, 9th Mar '05, 12:06pm
No. :p This should be easy enough. You can have another quote from same film though:
'It's bad luck just seeing a thing like that!'
Wed, 9th Mar '05, 12:16pm
From that second quote, I'll take a guess at Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
Wed, 9th Mar '05, 11:57pm
Erm no... I'm a bit confused I thought this would be a softie. Maybe another quote:
- You know, I was in Nam with a jerk like you.
- Oh boy!
Thu, 10th Mar '05, 3:06am
:/ still no clue..
Thu, 10th Mar '05, 9:23pm
Right this one should sort this out (JSBB - are you listening??)
- Flores! Flores para los Muertos! Los Muertos! LOS MUERTOOOS!
- Thank god she's not too symbolic or anything...
- What does it mean anyway 'Flores por los mortos'?
- I sure couldn't tell ya.
- You know Grimm. It means 'flowers for the dead'.
- WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE!!
Edit: added some more of the quote...
[ March 10, 2005, 23:00: Message edited by: Vukodlak ]
Thu, 10th Mar '05, 10:04pm
From Dusk til Dawn?
Fri, 11th Mar '05, 12:02am
I'm listening but I am afraid that I most definitely have not seen the film.