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Aaagh! It's the Mr. Hell Show! (2000) [TV-Series] Directed by Andy Bartlett & Rob Boutilier
Mr. Hell: Being red with pointy ears doesn't make me a devil, being a bastard does!
Tough Cop: Shoot first, ask questions later. Maybe at the funeral.
Mr. Hell: I'd like to introduce you to my lovely co-host, whose name I can't remember since I had sex with her and no longer care.
Mr. Hell: It takes 9 months to make one episode of The Simpsons? We're doing a whole series in that time... but it's still good!
Damien: Father I don't really see the point of trying to enroll in an all girls school
Mr. Hell: Are you sure you're my son?
[Victorian lady detective accidentally exposed her ankle]
Man: [throwing rock at her] Ankle slut!
[Serge has just finished his career as a porn star]
Serge: Come on Lucky, let's go get laid!
[Lucky squeaks]
Serge: Okay, okay give a guy time to adjust
[after Serge tries to shoot Lucky's new girlfriend, Lucky shoves her out of the way but she gets run over by a truck in the road]
Serge: I know if I get a girlfriend you can kill her, okay?
Mr. Hell: [doorbell rings] Oooooooh that must be the pizza boy!
[opens door while getting baseball bat ready]
Mr. Hell: [seeing his half-devil half-angel son Damien at the door, he looks at the screen] It was a holiday thing.


Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (1994) Created by Gabor Csupo - In one episode, a clone of Ickis graffitis a wall to read "The Gromble Eatz Fresh Produce" with the last "e" written backwards. However, when Ickis later has to clean the graffiti, the wall says "The Gromble Eatz Fresh Fruit."

[Krumm's hair disappears]
Ickis: Hey, Krumm, I think you're having a bad hair day.
Oblina: What is that noise?
Krumm: Maybe it's my stomach.
Oblina: Even your stomach is not that loud, Krumm.
Ickis: [refering to the blob] And when he looks at us that way, you know he's thinking... breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Krumm: I wanna be dinner.
Security Guard: Hey! No running in the mall! Darn dogs.
Ickis: All those stories he told were really great, are they all true?
The Gromble: Of course they were all true, great monters never lie.
Ickis: Even the one about the shoe store?
The Gromble: No!
Ickis: But you just said
[The Gromble glares. Ickis laughs nervously]
Ickis: Well, maybe he, exaggerated a little...
Ickis: [seeing fireworks] Wow, instant sky flowers. Boy, are they noisy!

The Abbott and Costello Show (1952)
[repeated line]
Lou Costello: Hey, Abbott!
[Mr. Davis walks into bedroom, crash is heard, and Abbott looks in]
Sidney: What's wrong?
Bud Abbott: No floor.
Bud Abbott: Just mark down, "Dear druggist".
Lou Costello: "Dear druggist"... Go ahead.
Bud Abbott: Here's what you want. You want seven milligrams of sulfursilic monosetic acid diluted in seven micrograms of tincturized chlorophyll. Have you got that?
Lou Costello: All but one part.
Bud Abbott: What part?
Lou Costello: The part that comes after "Dear druggist".
Lou Costello: [after answering a question correctly on a TV quiz program then looking directly at the camera] I'm smart!
[repeated line]
Lou Costello: I'm a b-a-a-a-d boy!

The A-Team (1983)
[opening narration]
Narrator: In 1972 a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire the A-Team.
Hannibal: I love it when a plan comes together!
Hannibal: I love it when a corpse comes apart!
[Murdoch is looking sad]
Hannibal: What's the matter, Captain?
Murdock: Something horrible.
Face: What's the matter? Billy get hit by a car.
Murdock: WORSE.
[gives Hannibal his hospital release]
Murdock: I've been thrown out. Cast out...
Hannibal: You've been found sane?
Murdock: You got it.
B.A. Baracus: I thought you weren't crazy no more?
Murdock: Only on paper.
Face: [the team's plane is starting to malfunction] Uh, Murdock, what's going to happen?
Murdock: Looks like we're going to crash.'
Face: No, what's *really* going to happen?
Murdock: Looks like we're going to crash and die.
[after crashing the plane]
Murdock: That concludes your flight with Miracle Airlines, the only airline where Lady Luck is your co-pilot.
[Face, B.A., and Murdoch are squeezed into the back seat of a car]
Murdock: There isn't room for four of us?
B.A. Baracus: What? What do you mean four, sucker?
[grabs him]
B.A. Baracus: There's three of us, you fool!
Face: Better say three, Murdock, or he's going to bounce you down the hyphenated line.
[Murdoch is giving a direct blood transfusion to B.A, who is squirming]
Hannibal: B.A., just relax.
B.A. Baracus: I told you guys for the last time. I don't want this sucker's blood in me. It's going to make me crazy like him.
Murdock: No, it's not going to make you crazy, it'll make you mellow. You can even room with me at the V.A. I'll have them bring in an extra bunk and we can sit together and watch the walls melt.
B.A. Baracus: Hannibal!
B.A. Baracus: We're flying this time, aren't we?
Hannibal: Yes, we are.
B.A. Baracus: You're not going to drug me this time. I'm going to keep my eye on you.
Hannibal: In that case, do you want the last swallow of your milk?
[B.A. realizes he's been had, raises his fist and then collapses]
Hannibal: Guess not.
[Hannibal has just drugged B.A. and his head has hit the horn]
Face: Why does he always fall on the horn?
Hannibal: Beats me.
[Face has just been rejected by a girl and he turns to see Murdoch staring at him]
Face: What are you looking at?
Murdock: You. I've been watching you, and I'm worried.
Face: How so?
Murdock: Well, it's a bit disturbing to see the team's Love Doctor hit the ground and cry "Medic!"
Face: [Face has just been rejected by a girl and he turns to see Murdock staring at him] What are you looking at?
Murdock: You. I've been watching you, and I'm worried.
Face: How so?
Murdock: Well, it's a bit disturbing to see the team's Love Doctor hit the ground and cry "Medic!"
Face: The magic word is... tuberculosis.
[Murdock starts coughing violently]
Face: In no time, he'll be running around like a Mexican Jack Rabbit. One that just got out of therapy.
B.A. Baracus: I pity the fool who goes out tryin' a' take over da world, then runs home cryin' to his momma!
B.A. Baracus: Shut up, fool.
[after trashing the fake A-Team gang]
Face: I think it's time the truth came out, don't you?
Murdock: Yeah, and make sure my name is spelled "Murdock" - that's "Murdock"!
B.A. Baracus: Hey, shut up, fool!
Murdock: Yeah, that's easy for you to say - *you're* mentioned in the paper!
Hannibal: Now look, Murdock, you're our secret weapon...
Murdock: I don't want to be a secret weapon - I want to be an exposed weapon!
[a gang of hooligans is harassing a circus under the name of the A-Team. The *real* A-Team reunites, understandably not too pleased with this development]
Face: [waving around a newspaper article] Did you read this, Hannibal? Do you seriously believe this?
Hannibal: I read it - I believe it!
B.A. Baracus: This is bad, Hannibal - real bad! Some guys are coming around and busting heads saying they're the A-Team! There's only *one* A-Team! Us!
Hannibal: *We* are the A-Team!
[a terrified Mason offers to hire the A-Team at any price]
Hannibal: I like mathematical progressions, but we're really picky about whom we work for.
B.A. Baracus: That's right, sucker! Real picky!
Hannibal: Two things, Mason. Firstly, stop bothering the Wild West Show and leave it alone. Secondly, it is not wise to impersonate the A-Team - and if you continue to do so, we will lose our quiet and peaceful demeanor and come back here and turn your studio upside down.
Murdock: [reading a newspaper article] "The A-Team. Three Vietnam soldiers on the run from the military." Three soldiers - *three*! *I'm* just as much a part of the A-Team as you are, and I'm not mentioned...
Face: Murdock, you're a pilot, you're technically not one of the A-Team - that's why I have to come down here and scam out of your cell every time! But take it from me, you're just as much a part of the A-Team as any of us...
Murdock: I wish I could just jump in the water and live like a fish.
B.A. Baracus: Shut up fool, you ain't no fish!
B.A. Baracus: I ain't flying Hannibal!
Face: Look to this day, For yesterday is but dream and tomorrow is but a vision. But today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness and every tomorrow a vision of hope.
B.A. Baracus: I'm gonna kill that crazy Murdock!
Hannibal: Hey kid, you're not that swift. I did some pretty squirly things in 'Nam, and lived to tell about them. You're like bread on a windowsill. Mine, when I want ya.
B.A. Baracus: You put cake in my van?
Amy: Murdock, why are you eating a sandwich that's frozen?
Murdock: I have to. I'm allergic to microwaves. They release space hamsters into my bloodstream.
B.A. Baracus: They're closin'. They got us!
Hannibal: You never know.
B.A. Baracus: I do. We're almost out of gas.
Hannibal: Now, why did you pick a truck with no gas?
B.A. Baracus: 'Cause I liked the paint job.
Hannibal: Murdock, how'd I ever let you talk me into this?
Murdock: I don't know; I have intermittent memory loss.
Amy: Hannibal's plans never work right. They just work.
Amy: Where's the pilot?
Murdock: It was kinda strange. I was just standing there talking to him, and all of a sudden, he fell in my arms.
Amy: You knocked him out.
Murdock: Let's not get technical.
Hannibal: I believe it was General Grant who said when you're surrounded and outnumbered, there's only one way out.
Amy: Yeah, so what is it?
Hannibal: Surrender.
Murdock: I leave with you my Captain Bellybuster cap for security. Now, you take good care of it. I promise you, I will return for my Captain Bellybuster cap.
B.A. Baracus: I don't start no trouble. I mind my own business.
Amy: B.A., going up to a traffic cop who's writing out a ticket for your van, and eating the citation right in front of his face, absolutely falls under starting trouble.
B.A. Baracus: You messed up, now I gotta mess you up. It's the law!
B.A. Baracus: Everybody knows the mans a fool!,he's crazy,he sees people that ain't there,and he's always talkin' in circles!
[the A-Team is assigned to infiltrate foreign territory]
Carla: As Americans, you can expect to be shot on sight if you're discovered.
Frankie "Dishpan" Santana: Well, how do they feel about Puerto Ricans?
B.A. Baracus: And black people?
Hannibal: Hickory, dickory, dock. The mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck one, and down he run. And you smell worst than my socks!
Hannibal: B.A., there's an old saying - "The best defense is a good offense."
B.A. Baracus: You got that wrong, man. A good offense is the best defense.
Hannibal: Okay, have it your way.
B.A. Baracus: That's it. You're going into the water.
B.A. Baracus: Gimme a cup of coffee!
Diner Clerk: How do you want it?
B.A. Baracus: In a cup, fool!
[Hannibal, Face and B.A. have been locked in a small-town jailhouse by a fake sheriff, who then leaves with all his deputies]
Face: Why would they lock us up then take off?
Hannibal: They've probably gone to tell the townsfolk that *we* stole their money. Make a great diversion - the bad guys get away, while the locals start looking at us, and throwing ropes over tree limbs.
Face: Makes sense!
Hannibal: I think we need to figure a way out of this jail, guys!
B.A. Baracus: That's why we brought you along, Hannibal. That's you're department!
Hannibal: Okay, the Hannibal Smith Ideas Department is now open for suggestions!
B.A. Baracus: That's not an idea, Hannibal!
Face: [Walking to the bars and taking a small pouch from his pocket] Well, I have an idea.
Hannibal: [Looking at the pouch] A set of lock picks! You know, sometimes Face, your sense of larceny is your most attractive trait!
Face: I know!
[Hannibal, Face and B.A. have left the cell, only to find they can't leave because the jail-house surrounded by angry townspeople]
Face: [Walking in from the cell area] I just found the real sheriff - dead!
B.A. Baracus: Oh, man, they're going to think we killed him!
Hannibal: Well, I admit that this situation has some ragged edges, but I can't think with all this noise!
[Murdock, with help from Boy George, has disguised himself as a pregnant woman in order to gain entry to the jail-house]
Murdock: Herbert, open up, darling, its Cynthia!
Hannibal: Cynthia, go away!
Murdock: Herbert, oh Herbert, we have to talk, for the baby!
B.A. Baracus: Baby? what's that fool talking about?
Face: Let's open up and find out!
[Murdock enters the jail-house]
Murdock: [Lifting up the dress] Hold your breath, and remember your exercises.
[In a whisper]
Murdock: Explosives!
Hannibal: [Collecting the explosives] Great, Murdock, just great
Face: You know, Murdock, you look more attractive to me as a woman than you do as a man!
Murdock: Face, we haven't got time for that. Boy George is waiting behind the sheriff's office - we've got to go!
[Murdock is trying to pick the lock on the door of a small town store]
Murdock: Face usally does this, makes it look real easy. An honest man doesn't really have the knack for this sort of thing...
Boy George: Yeah, but who needs honesty?
[lifts his foot and kicks the door open]
[Boy George reveals his contract stipulated a fee of $1.2 million]
Hannibal: Face?
Face: We'll, I've been so busy, I didn't get a chance to explain our little contractual divot, here.
Hannibal: Face, $1.2 million is not a divot, it is a crater!
Hannibal: [surveying a makeshift microlight B.A. has cobbled together from the wreck of their aeroplane] This thing is supposed to fly?
Murdock: I got no fear. I'll go up in anything: except an elevator.
Face: Hannibal, I don't like it when you get that look.
Face: [to Hannibal] Don't you smile at me... that's not even a real smile! It's just a bunch of teeth playing with my mind.
General: All in all, they've made a fine bunch of jackasses out of all of us, and I want it stopped now. I want you to find The A-Team and bring 'em in. You were our best troubleshooter in the past two wars.
Col. Roderick Decker: Until extreme political pressures knocked the hat off my career, and ruined any possibility of furthering my rank. It seems the very methods that made me an embarassment and shuffled me off to the sides are exactly the methods you need for this assignment.
General: I'm not saying...
Col. Roderick Decker: We both know what you're saying, General, so let's not dance around the floor once. Everyone read the reports from 'Nam on these guys. They were the best, because they're fast, sharp, and unorthodox. The way to catch men like these are to play by their rules, which means... there are none.
General: What I'm interested in are results. I don't expect detailed reports on the whats, hows, or whens of their apprehension, I just want to know that it's done.
Hannibal: [the team has been captured by a cult] Hey, Face, what do think these guys are wearing under their skirts?
Face: Uh, I don't know.
[to closest Cult Member]
Face: Garter belt?
[gets hit in gut with a rifle butt]
Face: Ohh!
Hannibal: [to closest cult member] Half slip?
[gets hit in the gut with a rifle butt]
Hannibal: Arrgh!
B.A. Baracus: I think you guys wear panty hose!
[gets hit. Doesn't react]
Amy: Wow. Those blood capsules are really realistic.
Face: Think so, huh? I accidentally swallowed the capsules. Hannibal split the inside of my lip.
Hannibal: Sorry, kid. You walked right into that one.
Face: [spitting out a tooth] Oh, there goes another cap!
B.A. Baracus: Hannibal, why you go bust Faceman in the lip for? Now we won't be able to get into any more good hotel rooms!
Murdock: You have to have a boyfriend, you're a pretty girl.
Dr. Kelly Stevens: [blushing] Well, I have never been called pretty.
[Murdock takes her to a mirror and holds it boldly in front of her]
Murdock: Pretty girl!
Dr. Kelly Stevens: [Kelly sees in Murdock's eyes that he has genuine feelings for her, and her voice shows she is genuinely moved] Y... you're crazy, you know that?
Murdock: I know it, but do you?
Murdock: I'm a bird! I'm a plane! I'm a choo-choo train!
Murdock: Touchdown!
B.A. Baracus: Let's cook the sucker!
[after getting no answers from a bad guy]
Hannibal: There are two ways we can do this: the easy way and the hard way. In a few minutes my friends and I are going to come down on you like your worst nightmare. You're gonna wish the Earth had opened up and swallowed you whole.
bad guy: What's the easy way?
Hannibal: That *was* the easy way.
Hannibal: Ah-HAH! No matter how smart they are, they ALWAYS screw up in some way!
[Face has launched a film production company]
Hannibal: "Miracle Films"?
Face: "If it's a good film, it's a Miracle." Catchy, huh?
Hannibal: I like to see the size of a slug - before I step on him...
Murdock: [lamenting the plight of golf balls] All those naked balls... packed in together... and then that brush...



















ABC's Wide World of Sports (1961)

Abenobashi mahô shôtengai (2002)

Absolutely Fabulous (1992)

According to Jim (2001)

Ace Lightning (2002)

Acorn Antiques (1986)

Acropolis Now (1989)

Action (1999)

Adam-12 (1968)

Addams Family, The (1964)

Addams Family, The (1992)

Adventures in Wonderland (1991)

Adventures of Blinky Bill, The (1993)

Adventures of Brisco County Jr., The (1993)

Adventures of Gulliver, The (1968)

Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, The (2002)

Adventures of Long John Silver, The (1955)

Adventures of McGee and Me, The (1986)

Adventures of Pete & Pete, The (1993)

Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The (1984)

Adventures of Shirley Holmes, The (1996)

Adventures of Sinbad, The (1996)

Adventures of Sir Lancelot, The (1956)

Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, The (1993)

Adventures of Spin and Marty, The (1955)

Adventures of Superman (1952)

Aeon Flux (1995)

After the Deluge (2003) (mini)

Agency, The (2001)

Ai yori aoshi 'enishi' (2003)

Airwolf (1984)

Aladdin (1994)

Alejo y Valentina (2002)

ALF (1986)

ALF's Hit Talk Show (2004)

Alfred Hitchcock Presents (1955)

AlfTales (1988)

Ali G Show, Da (2000)

Ali G Show, Da (2003)

Alias Smith and Jones (1971)

Alias (2001)

Alice (1976)

Alien Hunter (2001)

Alien Nation (1989)

Alienated (2003)

All About Me (2002)

All Creatures Great and Small (1978)

All Dogs Go to Heaven: The Series (1996)

All Grown Up (2003)

All in the Family (1971)

All My Children (1970)

All Saints (1998)

All That (1994)

All Together Now (1990)

All's Fair (1976)

All-New Super Friends Hour, The (1977)

Ally McBeal (1997)

Alvin & the Chipmunks (1983)

Alvin Show, The (1961)

Amanda Show, The (1999)

Amazing Race 5, The (2004)

Amazing Race 6, The (2004)

Amazing Race 7, The (2005)

Amazing Race 9, The (2006)

Amazing Race, The (2001)

Amen (1986)

America's Funniest Home Videos (1990)

America's Most Wanted (1988)

America's Top 10 (1980)

American Chopper: The Series (2003)

American Dad! (2005)

American Dreams (2002)

American Family (2002)

American Gothic (1995)

American High (2000)

American Hot Rod (2004)

American Justice (1992)

American President, The (2000) (mini)

Amerika (1987) (mini)

Amos 'n Andy Show, The (1951)

Andromeda (2000)

Andy Dick Show, The (2001)

Andy Griffith Show, The (1960)

Andy Milonakis Show, The (2005)

Andy Richter Controls the Universe (2002)

Angel (1999/I)

Angela Anaconda (1999)

Angels in America (2003) (mini)

Angry Beavers, The (1997)

Animal Precinct (2001)

Animaniacs (1993)

Animorphs (1998)

Anna Lee (1994)

Anna Nicole Show, The (2002)

Annie Oakley (1954)

Antonella (1991)

Any Day Now (1998)

Anzacs (1985) (mini)

Apprentice, The (2004)

Aqua Teen Hunger Force (2000)

Aquí no hay quien viva (2003)

Archie Bunker's Place (1979)

Archie's Weird Mysteries (1999)

Are You Afraid of the Dark? (1992)

Are You Being Served? (1972)

Arli$$ (1996)

Around the Horn (2002)

Around the World in 80 Days (1989/I) (mini)

Around the World in 80 Days (1989/II) (mini)

Arrested Development (2003)

Art Attack (1992)

Arthur! And the Square Knights of the Round Table (1966)

Arthur (1996)

As If (2001/I)

As If (2002)

As the World Turns (1956)

As Time Goes By (1992)

As Told by Ginger (2000)

Assistant, The (2004)

At Home with... Fann Wong (2001) (mini)

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes (1990)

Attention Scum (2001)

Aunty Jack Show, The (1972)

Aura Battler Dunbine (1983)

Australian Idol (2003)

Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005)

Avenger Penguins (1993)

Avengers, The (1961)

Average Joe (2003)

Azumanga daioh (2002)



"Las opiniones son como el agujero del culo, todos tenemos uno y creemos que el de los demás apesta."

A Ciegas (1997)
Clemente: Kill her!
Paquita: Why?
Clemente: She's a terrorist, a murderer.
Paquita: So what?

A Civil Action (1998)
"Si quieres derribar a alguien, procura que no se vuelva a levantar"
"Si buscas la verdad hazlo al fondo de todo"

Jerome Facher: What's your take?
Jan Schlichtmann: They'll see the truth.
Jerome Facher: The truth? I thought we were talking about a court of law. Come on, you've been around long enough to know that a courtroom isn't a place to look for the truth.
Al Eustis: You've never been here before? What kind of Harvard man are you?
Jan Schlichtmann: The Cornell kind.
Jan Schlichtmann: It's like this. A dead plaintiff is rarely worth more than a living severely-maimed plaintiff. However, if it's a long slow agonizing death as opposed to a quick drowning or car wreck, the value can rise considerably. A dead adult in his 20s is generally worth less than one who is middle aged. A dead woman less than a dead man. A single adult less than one who's married. Black less than white. Poor less than rich. The perfect victim is a white male professional, 40 years old, at the height of his earning power, struck down at his prime. And the most imperfect, well in the calculus of personal injury law, a dead child is worth the least of all.
Jan Schlichtmann: The odds of a plaintiff's lawyer winning in civil court are two to one against. Think about that for a second. Your odds of surviving a game of Russian roulette are better than winning a case at trial. 12 times better. So why does anyone do it? They don't. They settle. Out of the 780,000, only 12,000 or 11/2 percent ever reach a verdict. The whole idea of lawsuits is to settle, to compel the other side to settle. And you do that by spending more money than you should, which forces them to spend more money than they should, and whoever comes to their senses first loses. Trials are a corruption of the entire process and only fools who have something to prove end up ensnared in them. Now when I say prove, I don't mean about the case, I mean about themselves.
James Gordon: [To secretary] Every credit-card application we send in, we get two more in the mail. Here's one from some bank I've never heard of, in North Dekota. Fill it out. Fill them all out. It's the last great pyramid scheme in America.
James Gordon: [Regarding the case and the following settlement] Mrs. Anderson, you're looking at four guys who are broke. We lost everything trying this case.
Anne Anderson: How can you even begin to compare what you've lost, to what we've lost.
Jerome Facher: [to law students] Now the single greatest liability a lawyer can have is pride. Pride... Pride has lost more cases than lousy evidence, idiot witnesses and a hanging judge all put together. There is absolutely no place in a courtroom for pride.
James Gordon: [Seeing Uncle Pete for another loan after Schlichtmann's firm is in serious financial trouble] You'll never guess what I did last night. You'll like this. I pledged $200 to a tele-evangelist. I'm not kidding. He said, "Give and ye shall receive." I called him right up. I know, I know what you're thinking. You're thinking, "Gordon's losing it. He's falling apart. He's probably buying lottery tickets." I bought a few, I'll admit it. I know. But, seriously, the jackpot's $45 million. That's just this week. You should see the lines out there.
Uncle Pete: [Nods to a bulge in Gordon's pocket] Is that a gun?
James Gordon: What? This? No. No, this is for you.
[Empties bag that was in his pocket full of coins]
James Gordon: My Krugerrands. I've had them forever. I want you to have them. And... this is the deed to my house. And here is Conway's and Crowley's and Jan's. See? I come bearing gifts. We really need the money.


A Fei jing juen (1991)
Yuddy: What day's today?
Su Lizhen: 16th.
Yuddy: 16th... April the 16th. At one minute before 3pm on April the 16th, 1960, you're together with me. Because of you, I'll remember that one minute. From now on, we're friends for one minute. This is a fact, you can't deny. It's done.
Su Lizhen: I always thought one minute flies by. But sometimes it really lingers on. Once, a person pointed at his watch and said to me, that because of that minute, he'd always remember me. It was so charming listening to that. But now I look at my watch and tell myself that I have to forget this man starting this very minute.
Yuddy: I've heard that there's a kind of bird without legs that can only fly and fly, and sleep in the wind when it is tired. The bird only lands once in its life... that's when it dies.
Yuddy: I used to think there was a kind of bird that, once born, would keep flying until death. The fact is that the bird hasn't gone anywhere. It was dead from the beginning.

 A-Hunting We Won't Go (1943)

Crow: Hey, Foxie! You're just da guy I've been lookin' for! Do you know a gray fox in Pittsboig?
Fox: No, but I know a silver fox in Boston!




"Pregúntaselo a cualquier piloto de verdad, da igual que ganes por un centímetro que por un kilómetro, ganar es ganar.






"Es la primera vez que descarto tener un pasado común con un hombre antes que tener una oportunidad de tener un futuro con él". Sarah Paulson

Abandon (2002)
Mousy Julie: Should I tell you what I know? I was going to, but now maybe I've changed my mind...
Katie Burke: What are you talking about?
Mousy Julie: Harrison Hobart is missing... That's two, isn't it?
Samantha Harper: You're thinking about the cop, aren't you?
Katie Burke: Maybe.
Samantha Harper: Okay, visualize this with me. You're down in New York consulting with Lou Gerstner or the head of GE telling them how to buy South American countries but on the weekends, you fly back up here to hang out with the cop, do cop things, maybe go to cop mixers...
Katie Burke: I like the cop.
Samantha Harper: Yeah, um, I can see that.

Embry Larkin: You have no grace.

Abbott and Costello Meet Captain Kidd (1952)

Capt. Bonney: If I weren't a pirate I'd cry.

Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff (1949)
The Swami tries to get a hypnotized Freddie to kill himself]
Swami Talpur: Perhaps you should choose the manner of your death. How would you like to die?
Freddie Phillips: Old age.

Casey Edwards: Freddie, where did you that gun?
Freddie Phillips: I don't know.
Casey Edwards: Freddie! I am going to ask you for the last time. Where did you get that gun?
Freddie Phillips: I don't know.
Casey Edwards: Where did you get that gun?
Freddie Phillips: Hey, that's not fair. You said "for the last time". I answered it.

Swami Talpur: [to Freddie] You're going to commit suicide if it's the last thing you do!

Freddie Phillips: It's a booby trap.
Casey Edwards: For what?
Freddie Phillips: For boobs.

Freddie Phillips: [upon escaping a steambox] I saw a hand turn around the corner, and he put on a lot of steam, all the steam he could put on, f-full force...I think somebody's trying to kill me.

Freddie Phillips: Who's the culprit?
Casey Edwards: The culprit and the murderer are the same!

Swami Talpur: [to Freddie in a hypnotic voice] You didn't see didn't see didn't see me...I wasn't here
Casey Edwards: [to Freddy] Ready to go?
Freddie Phillips: I didn't see him.
Casey Edwards: You didn't see who?
Freddie Phillips: The man who wasn't here.
Casey Edwards: What're you talking about?
Freddie Phillips: All I did was open the door, see if the coast was clear, my mind went blank.
Casey Edwards: You mind's always been blank.

Freddie Phillips: I have a confession to make.
Angela Gordon: You did it?
Freddie Phillips: No, I mean that stuff
Freddie Phillips: , I don't drink that stuff, that's like drinking poison.
Angela Gordon: Oh come on...
Freddie Phillips: Oh stop it, the bubbles' is tickling my nose.
Angela Gordon: For little Angela...
Freddie Phillips: I wouldn't drink it for big Angela.

Casey Edwards: [seeing one of Freddie's booby traps] That is the craziest thing I've ever seen.
Freddie Phillips: Oh yeah? Well let me tell you something, if the murderer comes in here alone, somebody else is gonna carry him out.

"Puedo ser un bastardo, pero no soy un puto bastardo". George Clooney .... Seth Gecko
"En la muerte tendrás la paz que no te pude dar en vida". George Clooney .... Seth Gecko
"No creo en los vampiros, pero creo en lo que he visto.

"— Luche ahora, llore después. George Clooney .... Seth Gecko

"—¿A donde nos llevan?
"—A México.
"—¿Y qué hay en México?

"—Yo seré un perro al regazo de Satanás. Harvey Keitel .... Jacob Fuller

—Ya voy. ¿A qué cojones tanta prisa? Joder, maldita sea, pero bueno, ¿qué coño quieres?
—¿Qué te parece que quiero viejo capullo? Una puta habitación.
—Bueno, está bien.

—Bienvenido a la esclavitud.
—No, gracias, ya he estado casado.

"—¿Así que cuál es su nombre, querido?' Tom Savini .... Sex Machine
"—¿Cuál es suyo? Juliette Lewis .... Kate Fuller
"—Contento de encontrarla, querida. Tom Savini .... Sex Machine


"—Yo no quiero una careta, quiero una cara.

"—A ver, ¿Cómo quiere que se lo cuente? No lo iba a entender, no lo entiendo ni yo. Él se puso a hacer café, y yo empecé a cotillear en sus cosas. Y de repente, sentí esa estupidez que por lo visto le da a mucha gente.
- ¿Qué sentiste?
- Que la quería, ¡Dios! Me da vergüenza hasta decirlo.

"—¿La verdad? Puede que no la soportaras.

"Tira más pelo de coño que carro de bueyes"

"Hoy en día, el que no es gilipollas es moderno.

"La sociedad nos trató como mierda y ahora les vamos a dar por el culo. El mundo está dominado por niños bonitos hijos de papá...Dios, ¡Basta ya de mierdas light! Basta ya de colonias, de anuncios de coches, de aguas minerales... ¡no queremos oler bien, no queremos adelgazar! Sólo quedamos nosotros amigos, todo el mundo es tonto o moderno.
"Si no vuelvo en 5 minutos...¡esperen un poco más!". Jim Carrey
"Si quieres sobrevivir a una guerra, conviértete en guerra". Silvester Stallone
"Tu eres lo que amas, no lo que te ame". Nicolas Cage

"La única cosa que tenemos en común son los problemas"

"Mi nombre es Bond, James Bond". Sean Connery
AIRBAG (1997)
"Vamos a llevarnos bien, porque si no van a haber hondonadas de ostias aquí, ¡eh!.". Manuel Manquiña .... Pazos
" ¿Cómo iba yo a saber que tenía ocho años? Me dijo que tenía veinte... ¡La culpa es de los padres, que las visten como putas!

" El concepto es el concepto.

" Lo mismo que te digo una cosa te digo la otra.

" Vamos a llevarnos bien, porque si no van a haber hondonadas de ostias aquí ¿eh?

" Tú tenías mucha razón, ¡no te hice caaaasooo! Hoy tengo que reconocer, ¡delante de un vaaasooo! ¡Aupa Depor!

" ¿Cómo iba yo a saber que tenía ocho años? Me dijo que tenía veinte... ¡La culpa es de los padres, que las visten como putas!

" ¿Cuánto queda? —No lo sé, pero esta es la última que me meto... o penúltima.

" Pazos, ¿tienes los diez kilos de centollos?
" ¿Centollos? No hombre no, eso es en los meses con erre: enero, febrero...
" ¡Pazos coño, los diez kilos de cen-to-llos!
" ¡Ah coño, el perico! Haber empezado por ahí.

" Entre el Señor Villambrosa y nosotros hay una gran alianza.
" ¡¡Hombre!! una alianza de 100 millones.
" 100 millones, ¡claro! La duda ofende. Profesional, ¡muy profesional!

" Pero antes ¿querran probar unos tiritos?
" No Pazos, ¡¡más tiros no!!

" Huelo a centollos!!!! Parate a esa curva!!!

" Eso no son formas, son alardes.

" Qué vicio tienes, criatura.

" Lo que... ¡Rediosss! ha unido, que no lo separe el hombre.

Air Force (1943)

Sgt. Joe Winocki: [looking down at devastation in Pearl Harbor] Damn 'em!, Damn 'em!
Sgt. Robbie White: [sarcastically] Aren't ya glad now that you're gettin' out of the Army?

Memorable Quotes from Air Force (1943)
"Si te ilusiona hacerme un regalo, sé bueno en la vida, así me consideraré pagado".
Raymond Massey

"Salvar la vida de una persona es como enamorarse, yo hace mucho tiempo que no salvo a nadie". Nicolas Cage




¿La ropa interior del coronel es una cuestión de seguridad nacional? Tom Cruise .... Lt. Daniel Kaffee

¿Qué usted quiere discutir ahora? ¿Mi color favorito? Jack Nicholson .... Col. Nathan R. Jessep

No me llame hijo. Soy un abogado y un oficial de los Estados Unidos, y usted está arrestado, hijo de puta. Tom Cruise .... Lt. Daniel Kaffee

—¡Ordenó usted el código rojo! Tom Cruise .... Lt. Daniel Kaffee
—¡Sí, joder! Jack Nicholson .... Col. Nathan R. Jessep

Si nunca una superior le ha hecho una mamada, no sabe lo que se pierde. Como yo soy coronel, tendré que esperar a que elijan a una mujer de presidenta de los Estados Unidos. Mientras, seguiré con las duchas frías... Jack Nicholson .... Col. Nathan R. Jessep

¿Quiere un disco de Stevie Wonder para su hija? ¿Es qué su hija está en coma?
¿Estaba deprimido porque escuchaba música pop, o escuchaba música pop porque estaba deprimido?

Yo puedo ser vulgar pero os aseguro que mi música no lo es.
¡Mediocres del mundo!, yo os absuelvo.


American Beauty, 1999
"Aquí me tienen. Cascándomela en la ducha. Para mí el mejor momento del día. A partir de aquí, todo va a peor". Kevin Spacey .... Lester Burnham



















"- ¿Nervioso?
 - Si, un poco.
 - ¿Es la primera vez?
 - No, ya habia estado nervioso antes."


At Long Last Love (1975) Directed by Peter Bogdanovich

Elizabeth : Well, what do they call you, big boy?
Rodney James : Rodney James.
Elizabeth : "Rod".
Rodney James : That, I'm afraid, is the diminutive.
Elizabeth : Well, I'll bet you ain't.
[ Rodney, is driving Michael early in the morning ]
Michael Oliver Pritchard III : What time is it Rod?
Rodney James : Six, sir.
Michael Oliver Pritchard III : Six?
Rodney James : Six.
Michael Oliver Pritchard III : Umm, I'm sick and tired of six.
Rodney James : Sir?
Michael Oliver Pritchard III : Why isn't it seven? Or even eight?
Rodney James : Well, it was just five recently, sir, and six comes before seven. And eight.
Michael Oliver Pritchard III : Oh, yes. I suppose there's a logic to that somewhere. But it's too tiring to think about.
Michael Oliver Pritchard III : You know Mr. Spanish, I've been thinking. You remind me of someone I'm quite fond of.
Johnny Spanish : Oh, yes... who?
Michael Oliver Pritchard III : Me.


To Catch a Thief, 1955
"Qué prefiere, ¿muslo o pechuga?". Grace Kelly .... Frances Stevens
"Lo que usted prefiera... Cary Grant .... John Robie








Awakenings (1990)

Mrs. Lowe: My son is in pain! Please, stop this!
Dr. Sayer: He's fighting, Mrs. Lowe.
Mrs. Lowe: He's losing.

Beth: Miriam! I have to take your blood pressure!
Miriam: I've been sitting still for 25 years. You missed your chance.

Mrs. Lowe: When my son was born healthy, I never asked why. Why was I so lucky? What did I do to deserve this perfect child, this perfect life? But when he got sick, you can bet I asked why! I demanded to know why! Why was this happening?

Dr. Sayer: I'm sorry, if you were right, I would agree with you.

Lucy: I can't imagine being older than 22. I've no experience at it. I know it's not 1926. I just need it to be.

Margaret: Miriam, there's no easy way to tell you this, so - your husband - he was granted a divorce from you in 1952.
Miriam: Oh, thank God!

Dr. Sayer: You'd think at a certain point all these atypical somethings would amount to a typical something.

Dr. Sayer: You told him I was a kind man. How kind is it to give life, only to take it away?
Eleanor: It's given to and taken away from all of us.
Dr. Sayer: Why does that not comfort me?
Eleanor: Because you are a kind man. Because he's your friend.

Leonard Lowe: It's quiet.
Dr. Malcolm Sayer: Yes, everybody's sleeping.
Leonard Lowe: I'm not.

Dr. Sayer: Where are my glasses?
Eleanor: They're on your face.

Leonard Lowe: Hello. My name is Leonard Lowe. It has been explained to me that I've been away for quite some time.I'm back.

Dr Malcolm Sayer: What we do know is that, as the chemical window closed, another awakening took place; that the human spirit is more powerful than any drug - and THAT is what needs to be nourished: with work, play, friendship, family. THESE are the things that matter. This is what we'd forgotten - the simplest things.

Dr. Malcolm Sayer: She borrows the will of the ball.

Nurse Beth: Dr. Sayer
Dr. Sayer: What is it?
Nurse Beth: It's a fucking miracle

Paula: [reading to her father] ?the Mighty Mets stormed their locker room shortly after nine o'clock on their night to remember. Released from bondage and ridicule after seven destitute seasons, they raised the roof of Shea Stadium - while their fans attempted to dismantle it - in one of the loudest, wildest victory celebrations in baseball history

Dr. Sayer: His gaze is from the passing of bars so exhausted, that it doesn't hold a thing anymore. For him, it's as if there were thousands of bars and behind the thousands of bars no world. The sure stride of lithe, powerful steps, that around the smallest of circles turns, is like a dance of pure energy about a center, in which a great will stands numbed. Only occasionally, without a sound, do the covers of the eyes slide open-. An image rushes in, goes through the tensed silence of the frame- only to vanish, forever, in the heart.

It Happened One Night (1934) - When Ellie Andrews, a millionaire's daughter, marries a man her father dislikes, the resulting family squabble sends the beautiful heiress into hiding. She travels across country by bus, a fugitive from high society. En route, she meets the man of her dreams: a sexy but brusque news correspondent who has just lost his job -- which unknown to Ellie, he hopes to recover by selling her story to his former boss. Together, Peter and Ellie have a series of hapless adventures and comic misunderstandings, leading them to the realization that they were made for each other.

Ellie : Your ego is absolutely colossal.
Peter Warne : Yeah, yeah, not bad, how's yours?
[ Shuts and locks the door ]
Ellie : You know, compared to you, my friend Shapeley is an amateur. Just whatever gave you any idea I'd stand for this?
Peter Warne : Hey now, wait a minute. Let's get this straightened out right now. If you're nursing any silly notion that I'm interested in you, forget it. You're just a headline to me.
Ellie : A headline? You're not a newspaper man are you?
Peter Warne : Chalk up one for your side.
Alexander Andrews : Oh, er, do you mind if I ask you a question, frankly? Do you love my daughter?
Peter Warne : Any guy that'd fall in love with your daughter ought to have his head examined.
Alexander Andrews : Now that's an evasion!
Peter Warne : She picked herself a perfect running mate - King Westley - the pill of the century! What she needs is a guy that'd take a sock at her once a day, whether it's coming to her or not. If you had half the brains you're supposed to have, you'd done it yourself, long ago.
Alexander Andrews : Do you love her?
Peter Warne : A normal human being couldn't live under the same roof with her without going nutty! She's my idea of nothing!
Alexander Andrews : I asked you a simple question! Do you love her?
Peter Warne : YES! But don't hold that against me, I'm a little screwy myself!
Oscar Shapeley : You know, there's nothing I like better than to meet a high-class mama that can snap back at you, 'cause the colder they are, the hotter they get! That's what I always say, yes sir! When a cold mama gets hot, boy, how she sizzles!
[ after Ellen stops a car by showing her leg ]
Peter Warne : Why didn't you take off all your clothes? You could have stopped forty cars.
Ellie : Well, ooo, I'll remember that when we need forty cars.
Peter Warne : I never did like the idea of sitting on newspaper. I did it once, and all the headlines came off on my white pants. On the level! It actually happened. Nobody bought a paper that day. They just followed me around over town and read the news on the seat of my pants.
Ellie : By the way, what's your name?
Peter Warne : What's that?
Ellie : Who are you?
Peter Warne : Who me? (smiling) I'm the whippoorwill that cries in the night. I'm the soft morning breeze that caresses your lovely face.
Ellie : You've got a name, haven't you?
Peter Warne : Yeah, I got a name. Peter Warne.
Ellie : Peter Warne. I don't like it.
Peter Warne : Don't let it bother you. You're giving it back to me in the morning.
Ellie : Pleased to meet you, Mr. Warne.
Peter Warne : The pleasure is all mine, Mrs. Warne.
Peter Warne : Excuse me lady, but that upon which you sit is mine.
Ellie : I beg your pardon?
Alexander Andrews : Don't fall out of any windows!
Ellie : I'll stop that car, and I won't use my thumb!
Ellie : Well, I proved once and for all that the limb is mightier than the thumb.
Alexander Andrews : What's the matter, child? Aren't you happy?
[ Ellie clutches her father, sobbing ]
Alexander Andrews : I thought so. I knew there was something on your mind. There, there, there now. What's the matter? You haven't fallen in love with someone else, have you? Have you?
[ Ellie continues crying ]
Alexander Andrews : I haven't seen you cry since you were a baby. This must be serious. Where did you meet him?
Ellie : On the road.
Alexander Andrews : Now, don't tell me you've fallen in love with a bus driver.
Alexander Andrews : [ Alexander has figured out Ellie is in love with another man ] Who is he?
Ellie : I don't know very much about him, except that I love him.
Alexander Andrews : Well, if it's as serious as all that, we'll move Heaven and Earth to -
Ellie : No, it's no use! He despises me.
Alexander Andrews : Oh, come now.
Ellie : Yes, he does! He despises everything about me. He says that I'm spoiled and selfish, and pampered, and thoroughly insincere.
Alexander Andrews : Oh, ridiculous!
Ellie : He doesn't think so much of you, either.
Alexander Andrews : Well, I...
Ellie : He blames you for everything that's wrong with me. He says you raised me stupidly.
Alexander Andrews : [ sarcastically ] Now, that's a fine man to fall in love with.
Ellie : Oh, he's marvelous!
Peter Warne : [ Detectives are looking for Ellie ] What do you mean, coming in here? What do you want, anyway?
Detective : We're looking for somebody.
Peter Warne : Yeah, well look your head off, but don't come busting in here. This isn't a public park. I could near as take a sock at you!
Detective : Take it easy, son, take it easy.
Mr. Dykes : These men are detectives, Mr. Warne.
Peter Warne : I don't care if they're the whole police department. They can't come busting in here, shooting questions at my wife.
Ellie : Now, don't get so excited, Peter. The man just asked a civil question.
Peter Warne : Oh, is that so? Say, how many times have I told you to stop butting in when I'm having an argument?
Ellie : Well, you don't have to lose your temper!
Peter Warne : [ mockingly ] "You don't have to lose your temper." That's what you said the other time, too. Every time I try to protect you. The other night, at the Elks Dance, when that big Swede made a pass at you!
Ellie : He didn't make a pass at me! I told you a million times!
Peter Warne : Oh, no? I saw him. He kept pawing you all over the dance floor!
Ellie : [ the detectives stand there, flustered ] He didn't! You were drunk!
Peter Warne : Aw, nuts! You're just like your old man! Once a plumber's daughter, always a plumbers daughter! There isn't an ounce of brains in your whole family!
Ellie : [ sobbing ] Oh, Peter Warne, you've gone far enough! I won't stand for it anymore!
Peter Warne : Aw, shut up!
Mr. Dykes : Now, you see what you've done?
Detective : Sorry, Mr. Warne. But, you see we've got to check up on everybody.
Detective : We're looking for a girl by the name of Ellen Andrews, you know, the daughter of that big Wall Street mug.
Peter Warne : Yeah? Well, it's too bad you aren't looking for a plumber's daughter
[ to Ellie ]
[ Ellie sobs even louder ]
Mr. Dykes : I told you they were a perfectly nice married couple.
[ Mr. Dykes and the detectives leave, and Peter and Ellie start laughing ]

1 Ellie : Your ego is absolutely colossal.
Peter Warne : Yeah, yeah, not bad, how's yours?
[ Shuts and locks the door ]
Ellie : You know, compared to you, my friend Shapeley is an amateur. Just whatever gave you any idea I'd stand for this?
Peter Warne : Hey now, wait a minute. Let's get this straightened out right now. If you're nursing any silly notion that I'm interested in you, forget it. You're just a headline to me.
Ellie : A headline? You're not a newspaper man are you?
Peter Warne : Chalk up one for your side.

2 Alexander Andrews : Oh, er, do you mind if I ask you a question, frankly? Do you love my daughter?
Peter Warne : Any guy that'd fall in love with your daughter ought to have his head examined.
Alexander Andrews : Now that's an evasion!
Peter Warne : She picked herself a perfect running mate - King Westley - the pill of the century! What she needs is a guy that'd take a sock at her once a day, whether it's coming to her or not. If you had half the brains you're supposed to have, you'd done it yourself, long ago.
Alexander Andrews : Do you love her?
Peter Warne : A normal human being couldn't live under the same roof with her without going nutty! She's my idea of nothing!
Alexander Andrews : I asked you a simple question! Do you love her?
Peter Warne : YES! But don't hold that against me, I'm a little screwy myself!

3 Oscar Shapeley : You know, there's nothing I like better than to meet a high-class mama that can snap back at you, 'cause the colder they are, the hotter they get! That's what I always say, yes sir! When a cold mama gets hot, boy, how she sizzles!

4 [ after Ellen stops a car by showing her leg ]
Peter Warne : Why didn't you take off all your clothes? You could have stopped forty cars.
Ellie : Well, ooo, I'll remember that when we need forty cars.

5 Peter Warne : I never did like the idea of sitting on newspaper. I did it once, and all the headlines came off on my white pants. On the level! It actually happened. Nobody bought a paper that day. They just followed me around over town and read the news on the seat of my pants.

6 Ellie : By the way, what's your name?
Peter Warne : What's that?
Ellie : Who are you?
Peter Warne : Who me? (smiling) I'm the whippoorwill that cries in the night. I'm the soft morning breeze that caresses your lovely face.
Ellie : You've got a name, haven't you?
Peter Warne : Yeah, I got a name. Peter Warne.
Ellie : Peter Warne. I don't like it.
Peter Warne : Don't let it bother you. You're giving it back to me in the morning.
Ellie : Pleased to meet you, Mr. Warne.
Peter Warne : The pleasure is all mine, Mrs. Warne.

7 Peter Warne : Excuse me lady, but that upon which you sit is mine.
Ellie : I beg your pardon?

8 Alexander Andrews : Don't fall out of any windows!

9 Ellie : I'll stop that car, and I won't use my thumb!

10 Ellie : Well, I proved once and for all that the limb is mightier than the thumb.

"Confío en todos los hombres, pero desconfío del demonio que llevan dentro". Charlize Theron


" Those of you lucky enough to have your lives, take them with you. However, leave the limbs you've lost. They belong to me now. EXCEPT YOU, SOFIE! You stay right where you are! Uma Thurman .... The Bride
The Bride: It was not my intention to do this in front of you. For that I'm sorry. But you can take my word for it, your mother had it comin'. When you grow up, if you still feel raw about it, I'll be waiting.
How did you find me?
Uma Thurman .... The Bride
[off screen] I'm the man. David Carradine .... Bill

[first lines]
Bill: Do you find me sadistic? You know, I bet I could fry an egg on your head right now, if I wanted to. You know, Kiddo, I'd like to believe that you're aware enough even now to know that there's nothing sadistic in my actions. Well, maybe towards those other... jokers, but not you. No Kiddo, at this moment, this is me at my most...
[cocks pistol]
Bill: masochistic.
The Bride: Bill... it's your baby...
The Bride: [her first words upon waking from the coma] My baby! My baby!
Copperhead: So I suppose it's a little late for an apology, huh?
The Bride: You suppose correctly.
Copperhead: You have every right to want to get even.
The Bride: No. No. To get even? Even-Steven? I would have to kill you, go up to Nikki's room, kill her, then wait for your husband, the good Doctor Bell, to come home and kill him. That would be even, Verntia. That'd be about square.
The Bride: Go-Go, I know you feel you must protect your mistress. But I beg you, walk away now.
[Go-Go giggles girlishly]
Go Go Yubari: You call that begging? You can beg better than that.
Hattori Hanzo: I'm done doing what I swore an oath to God 28 years ago to never do again. I've created, "something that kills people." And in that purpose I was a success. I've done this, because philosophically I'm sympathetic to your aim. I can tell you with no ego, this is my finest sword. If on your journey, you should encounter God, God will be cut.
[first title card]
Title Card: "Revenge is a dish best served cold" - Old Klingon proverb.
Hattori Hanzo: What brings you to Okinawa?
The Bride: I'm here to see a man.
Hattori Hanzo: Oh yeah? You have a friend living in Okinawa?
The Bride: Not quite.
Hattori Hanzo: Not a friend?
The Bride: I've never met him.
Hattori Hanzo: Never? Who is he, may I ask?
The Bride: Hattori Hanzo.
Hattori Hanzo: [Serious, switches to Japanese] What do you want with Hattori Hanzo?
The Bride: [Japanese] I need Japanese steel.
Hattori Hanzo: [Japanese] Why do you need Japanese steel?
The Bride: [Japanese] I have vermin to kill.
Hattori Hanzo: [English] You must have big rats if you need Hattori Hanzo's steel.
The Bride: [English] ... Huge.
O-Ren Ishii: You didn't think it was gonna be that easy, did you?
The Bride: You know, for a second there, yeah, I kinda did.
O-Ren Ishii: Silly rabbit.
The Bride: Trix are for...
O-Ren Ishii, The Bride:
O-Ren Ishii: Silly Caucasian girl likes to play with Samurai swords.
Budd: That woman deserves her revenge and we deserve to die.
[after Bill tells her not to kill The Bride]
Elle Driver: Thought that was pretty fuckin' funny didn't you? Word of advice, shithead - don't you ever wake up.
O-Ren Ishii: As your leader, I encourage you from time to time, and always in a respectful manner, to question my logic. If you're unconvinced that a particular plan of action I've decided is the wisest, tell me so, but allow me to convince you and I promise you right here and now, no subject will ever be taboo. Except, of course, the subject that was just under discussion. The price you pay for bringing up either my Chinese or American heritage as a negative is... I collect your fucking head. Just like this fucker here. Now, if any of you sons of bitches got anything else to say, now's the fucking time!
O-Ren Ishii: I didn't think so.
The Bride: As I said before, I've allowed you to keep your wicked life for two reasons. And the second reason is so you can tell him in person everything that happened here tonight. I want him to witness the extent of my mercy by witnessing your deformed body. I want you to tell him all the information you just told me. I want him to know what I know. I want him to know I want him to know. And I want them all to know they'll all soon be as dead as O-Ren.
Copperhead: So when do we do this?
The Bride: It all depends on when do you want to die? Tomorrow? The day after tomorrow?
Copperhead: How about tonight, bitch?
The Bride: Splendid, where?

"Para los ancianos el mejor asesino es la jubilación"

"Wakey wakey, eggs and bakey. Michael Madsen .... Budd
" [dying] How do I look?
David Carradine .... Bill
"You look ready. Uma Thurman .... The Bride
"She must suffer to her last breath. Daryl Hannah .... Elle Driver
Elle Driver: Bill.
Budd: Wrong brother, you hateful bitch.
Elle Driver: Budd.
Budd: Bingo!
Elle Driver: And to what do I owe this dubious pleasure?
Budd: I just caught me a cowgirl that ain't never been caught.
Elle Driver: Did you kill her?
Budd: Well, not yet I ain't. I shot her full of rock salt. She's so gentle right now, I could perform a coup-de-grace with a rock. Anywho. Guess what I'm holding in my hand right now.
Elle Driver: What?
Budd: Brand spankin' new Hattori Hanzo sword. Let me tell you Elle, that's what I call sharp.
Elle Driver: How much?
Budd: Well, that's hard to say, being that it's priceless and all.
Elle Driver: What's the terms?
Budd: Get your bony ass down here in the morning, with a million dollars in cash, and I give you the greatest sword ever made by man. How do you like the sound of that?
Elle Driver: Sounds like we got a deal, one condition.
Budd: What?
Elle Driver: She must suffer to her last breath.
Budd: Well, that little darlin', I can pretty much damn well guarantee.
Elle Driver: Then I'll see you in the morning... millionaire.
[after getting covered with tobacco juice during her fight with the Bride]
Elle Driver: Gross.
[Esteban, an 80-year-old pimp, appraises The Bride]
" If I had met you forty years ago, you would have been my Number One lady.
Michael Parks .... Esteban Vihaio
" Well, I'm flattered.
Uma Thurman .... The Bride
"You goddamn better well be. Michael Parks .... Esteban Vihaio
Bill: Pai Mei taught you the five point palm-exploding heart technique?
The Bride: Of course he did.
Bill: Why didn't you tell me?
The Bride: I don't know... because I'm a bad person.
Bill: No. You're not a bad person. You're a terrific person. You're my favorite person, but every once in a while, you can be a real cunt.
The Bride: How did you find me?
Bill: I'm the man.



"Lo bueno de echarse un farol es saber cuándo hay que dejarlo". Sean Connery


"Me siento solo cuando hay gente". Sean Penn












"Aquel día fue en el que descubrió con asombro que cuando él decía 'como desees', en realidad significaba 'te amo'". Peter Falk
"Querido, ¿cuál es tu nombre?". Katharine Hepburn

"Hoy en día como esta el mundo, quien se pensase en traer al mundo un hijo sería una crueldad". Nicolas Cage
The Seven Year Itch, 1955
"Marilyn Monroe: "Es fantástico!. ¡Un hombre casado, aire acondicionado, champañ y patatas fritas!. ¡Una fiesta maravillosa!".

"Dame un beso.
"¿Cuál quieres?.
"El número ocho

"Si Dios me hiciera una señal, como abrirme una buena cuenta en un banco suizo.









"¡Waldo, no vuelvas a insinuar que tengo algo que ver con el asesinato de Laura".Vincent Price
"De acuerdo, Shelby, no volveré a insinuarlo: tú has asesinado a Laura". Clifton Webb




LO QUE EL VIENTO SE LLEVÓ (1939) Going with the Wind
"Hubo una vez un país de caballeros y campos de algodón llamado el Viejo Sur .... Aquí en este bello mundo, la galantería hizo su última reverencia. Aquí se vio por última vez a los caballeros y y a sus damas; al amo y al esclavo ... Sólo está ya en los libros, porque no es más que un recordado, una Civilización que el viento se llevó".
Margaret Mitchell (novelista-guión)
" Aquí está este soldado del Sur que te ama, Scarlett. Que quiere sentir tus brazos alrededor suyo, que quiere llevarse el recuerdo de tus besos a la batalla con él. No te preocupes por amarme. Eres una mujer que envía un soldado a la muerte con un hermoso recuerdo. Scarlett, bésame. Bésame, una vez". Clark Gable .... Rhett Butler
"Rhett, si tú te vas, ¿qué será de mí?. ¿Qué haré sin tí?. Vivien Leigh .... Scarlett O'Hara
"Francamente, querida, me importa un bledo". Clark Gable .... Rhett Butler
"¡'Tara'!,... mi hogar. He de volver a mi hogar. Ya encontraré alguna forma de hacerle volver. Después de todo, mañana será otro día". Vivien Leigh .... Scarlett O'Hara

"A Dios pongo por testigo que no podrán derribarme. Sobreviviré, y cuando todo haya pasado, nunca volveré a pasar hambre, ni yo ni ninguno de los míos. Aunque tenga que mentir, robar, mendigar o matar, ¡a Dios pongo por testigo que jamás volveré a pasar hambre!" Vivien Leigh .... Scarlett O'Hara












PACTAR CON EL DIABLO (1997) The Devil´s Advocate
"Te dire algo sobre Dios: es el peor casero del mundo". Al Pacino .... John Milton
"¡Qué bien se está cuando se está bien!". Francisco Rabal .... El Abuelo
PARÍS-TOMBUCTÚ (1999) Paris-Timbuktu
"En mi iglesia no entra ni Dios!". Santiago Segura
.... El Cura
PARQUE JURÁSICO (1993) Jurassic Park
"Les preocupaba tanto si podían o no conseguirlo que no se pararon a pensar si debían".
Jeff Goldblum .... Dr. Ian Malcolm
"No me sorprendería, Pat, que Billy te volara la cabeza de un tiro: siempre has sido un padre para él". Chill Wills

"Eres más peludo que el último compañero de celda..."
"Si, me mantiene calentito..."
Robin Williams .... Hunter 'Patch' Adams
"La risa es contagiosa". Robin Williams .... Hunter 'Patch' Adams
"Un estudiante de medicina en los años 70' trataba a los pacientes, ilegalmente, usando el humor".

PIRATAS DEL CARIBE: LA MALDICION DE LA PERLA NEGRA (2003) Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
"Si buscabas el momento oportuno... era ese". Johnny Depp .... Jack Sparrow
"No soy honesto. Y de un hombre que no es honesto, sólo se puede esperar que no sea honesto. Honestamnte, es con los honestos con los que hay que tener cuidado, por que nunca puedes preveer cuando harán algo extraordinariamente absurdo". Johnny Depp .... Jack Sparrow
"Arrasa con lo que veas y generoso no seas". Johnny Depp .... Jack Sparrow
"Necesitas encontrar a una buena chica, o puede que la razón por la que practicas tres horas al día sea porque ya has encontrado a una y eres incapaz de cortejar a dicha fulana, ¿no serás un eunuco?". Johnny Depp .... Jack Sparrow
"Si no dejan a nadie con vida, ¿quién demonios cuenta estas historias?". Johnny Depp .... Jack Sparrow
"Elisabeth está bien tal y como prometí, se casará con Norrington tal y como ha prometido y tú morirás por ella tal y como prometiste. Todos somos hombres de palabra, salvo Elisabeth que de hecho es mujer". Johnny Depp .... Jack Sparrow
"Mirad: La luz de la luna nos muestra tal y como somos en realidad, no pertenecemos al reino de los vivos por lo que no podemos morir pero tampoco estamos muertos. Hace mucho que no puedo sofocar mi sed cuando estoy sediento, hace mucho que muero de hambre y no muero... no siento nada. Ni el viento en la cara ni la espuma del mar. Tampoco el calor de la carne de una mujer. Ya podéis creer en historias de fantasmas señorita Turner... ¡Estáis viviendo una!". Geoffrey Rush .... Barbossa
"Vamos allá donde queremos, en eso consiste una embarcación, ya lo sabeis....pero una nave no es solo una quilla, un casco, una cubierta y unas velas; lo que es una nave, lo que La Perla Negra representa, es la libertad". Johnny Depp .... Jack Sparrow
"No todos los tesoros son oro y joyas, camarada". Johnny Depp .... Jack Sparrow

"El dinero no lo es todo, pero es mejor que la salud. A fin de cuentas, no se puede ir a la carnicería y decirle al carnicero: -Mira que moreno estoy, y además no me resfrío nunca; y suponer que va a regalarte su mercancía (A menos que el carnicero sea un idiota).

POR QUIÉN DOBLAN LAS CAMPANAS? (1943) For Whom the Bells Tolls
"¿De que sirve el valor si no se tiene cabeza?". Katina Paxinou .... Pilar
"La muerte de cualquier hombre me hace sentir más pequeña, porque tengo un compromiso con la humanidad. Por eso, nunca trates de averiguar por quien doblan las campanas, están doblando por tí". Gary Cooper .... Robert Jordan
"The Front Page, 1974
"Cásese con un enterrador o con un verdugo; con quien sea, menos con un periodista". Walter Matthau .... Walter Burns/Otto Fishbine
"Pero Hildy va a dejar el periodismo". Susan Sarandon .... Peggy Grant
"No se pueden quitar las manchas a un leopardo ni enganchar un caballo de carreras a un carro de basura".
Walter Matthau .... Walter Burns/Otto Fishbine
"Estoy a veinte minutos de allí. Llegaré en diez". Havey Keitel .... Winston 'The Wolf' Wolfe
"Hamburguesas: la piedra angular de un desayuno nutritivo". Samuel L. Jackson .... Jules Winnfield
"De Ezequiel, 25-17: El camino del hombre recto está por todos lados rodeado por la avaricia de los egoístas y la tiranía de los hombres malos. Bendito sea aquel pastor que, en nombre de la caridad y de la buena voluntad, saque a los débiles del Valle de la Oscuridad. Porque Él es el verdadero guardián de su hermano y el descubridor de los niños perdidos. ¡Y os aseguro que vendré a castigar con gran venganza y furiosa cólera a aquéllos que pretendan envenenar y destruir a mis hermanos! ¡¡¡Y TÚ SABRÁS QUE MI NOMBRE ES YAVÉ, CUANDO MI VENGANZA CAIGA SOBRE TI!!! ". Samuel L. Jackson .... Jules Winnfield
"Mi nombre es "Lobo", soluciono problemas".
Havey Keitel .... Winston 'The Wolf' Wolfe
"Con tu permiso me voy a casa, a tener un ataque al corazón". John Travolta .... Vincent Vega
"Que seas una personalidad no significa que tengas personalidad".
Havey Keitel .... Winston 'The Wolf' Wolfe
"No los odias?, esos silencios incómodos. ¿Por qué necesitamos decir algo para rellenarlos?. Es por eso que sabes que has encontrado a alguien especial. Puedes estar callado durante un puto minuto y disfrutar del silencio". Uma Thurman
.... Mia Wallace
QUÉ BELLO ES VIVIR! (1946) It´s a wonderful life
"Nadie es un fracaso si tiene amigos". James Stewart
Avanti!, 1972
Jack Lemon: "¿Tres horas para almorzar?" -
Clive Revill: "Sr. Ambruster... aquí no nos vamos corriendo a la cafetería a comernos un bocadillo con un refresco, aquí vamos piano, piano. Cocinamos nuestras pastas, luegos les echamos queso, bebemos vino y amamos" .
Jack Lemon: "¿Entonces qué hacen por las noches?".
Clive Revill: "Volvemos a casa a ver a nuestras esposas."

Clive Revill: "Debe de estar cansado. Ha hecho un viaje muy largo, mientras esté aquí quizá quiera tomar un baño de lodo." Jack Lemon: "No, gracias, ya lo tomé en el tren".
Clive Revill: "¿En el tren?" .
Jack Lemon: "Me lo bebí, lo llaman café expresso".

Edward Andrews : "¿Baños de lodo?".
Clive Revill: "Famosos en el mundo entero, curan el reumatismo, la artritis, neuritis, flebitis, dolencias urinarias, hiperacidez... impotencia."
Edward Andrews: "¿De veras? vaya... quizá me fueran bien para mi...eeh... 'acidez'."
Clive Revill: "No tema, después de los baños tendrá usted la 'acidez' de un chico de 20 años."

QUE TAL PUSSYCAT ? What's New Pussycat?, 1965
"¡Dime quién es!". Eddra Gale .... Anna Fassbender (as Edra Gale)
"¡Ana, te he dicho mil veces que no me molestes mientras trabajo!". Peter Sellers .... Dr. Fritz Fassbender
Edra Gale: "¡Dime quién es esa mujer!".
Peter Sellers: "Esto se ha acabado. ¡Vete a la cocina!".
Edra Gale: "¿Por qué no viniste anoche a casa?".
Peter Sellers: "¡Déjame en paz, tengo que trabajar!".
Edra Gale: "¿Es más guapa que yo?".
Peter Sellers: "¿Qué si es más guapa que tú?. ¡Hasta yo soy más guapo que tú!".
Edra Gale: "¡Oh, grosero!... Llevas carmín en la camisa".
Peter Sellers: "Bueno, nadie es perfecto".
Edra Gale: "Ya sé que no es la primera".
Peter Sellers: "¡Mira!" [Señala al cielo y se escabulle.] "¡Te mentí!. ¡He estado mintiéndote!. ¡Te he odiado desde el instante en que nos casamos!. ¡Eres grotesca!".
Edra Gale: "¡Y tú, un adúltero lascivo!".
Peter Sellers: "No te atrevas a llamarme eso hasta que yo sepa lo que quiere decir".
Edra Gale: "¡Adúltero!. ¡Adúltero!. ¡Eres un adúltero lascivo!".
Peter Sellers: "¡Guarda silencio mientras gritas!". [Consulta un grueso tomo mientras lee.] "Adúltero lascivo, aquí está." [Lee:] "Adúltero lascivo es le hombre que siendo adúltero es lascivo". "¿Qué birria de libro es este?... ¡Eres un monstruo y un monstruo!. ¡Así por ese orden!".
Edra Gale: "¡Fritz se va de juerga con pelanduscaaaaaaas!".
Peter Sellers: "Delatora, sal de mi despacho". [Forcejean.] "¡Suéltame!. ¡Te romperé todos los huesos de ese cuerpo de vaca".
Edra Gale: [Haciendo una llave Nelson a Peter Sellers.] "¿Tú a mí gusano?".
Peter Sellers: "¿Te das cuenta de que podría hacerte papilla si te aplico mis métodos de cinturón negro?". [Saca un abrecartas del cajón.] "¡Te mataré!. ¡Te degollaré!. Sí te degollaré". [Llaman al timbre de la puerta. Se separan y Peter Sellers se recompone rápidamente.] "Vete. Ya continuaremos luego".

QUÉDATE A MI LADO (1998) Stepmom
"Yo tengo su pasado, tu puedes tener su futuro". Susan Sarandon .... Jackie Harrison
¡Quizá el problema es que su hijo es un pequeño mocoso!
Julia Roberts .... Isabel Kelly
"Salga de mi casa. Susan Sarandon .... Jackie Harrison
"¿Usted está seguro? Yo no vi eso en mi horario.
Julia Roberts .... Isabel Kelly

"¿Usted piensa que Isabel es bonita? Liam Aiken .... Ben Harrison
"Efectivamente... si le gustan los dientes grandes. Susan Sarandon .... Jackie Harrison
"¿Vea Mamá? ¡Yo le dije! Yo soy el telepatético. Liam Aiken .... Ben Harrison
"Telepático. Susan Sarandon .... Jackie Harrison
"Éso es lo que yo dije. Liam Aiken .... Ben Harrison
"No es que que yo no pueda cocinar, es que yo decido no cocinar.
Julia Roberts .... Isabel Kelly
"Simplemente porque usted no puede ver algo, no signifique no está allí. Susan Sarandon .... Jackie Harrison
[a Ed Harris .... Luke Harrison ]
"No luche conmigo cuando yo tengo hambre. Julia Roberts .... Isabel Kelly
"¿Hola?... cual es su problema? Julia Roberts .... Isabel Kelly
"¡USTED es mi problema! Jena Malone .... Anna Harrison
"Nosotros lo pagaremos. Usted no está solo en esto que usted sabe. ¿Usted no tiene que ir solo... usted sabe eso? ¿Entiende lo que yo estoy diciendo? Ed Harris .... Luke Harrison
"¡Yo no tengo que escucharla, usted no es mi madre! Jena Malone .... Anna Harrison
"¿Qué vamos decirles a los niños? Susan Sarandon .... Jackie Harrison
"Debemos decirles la verdad. Debo de haber sido yo en lugar de usted. Ed Harris .... Luke Harrison
Yo con eso, estoy de acuerdo. Susan Sarandon .... Jackie Harrison
Usted parece cansado. Julia Roberts .... Isabel Kelly
Odio cuando las personas dicen eso. Es como una manera cortés de decirle que usted parece como que se está cagando... Susan Sarandon .... Jackie Harrison

RAMBO II (1985)
Rambo: First Blood Part II
"Prescindible' es, cuando te invitan a una fiesta. Tu no vas, pero nadie se da cuenta". Silvester Stallone .... John J. Rambo
"Rambo, le Juro por Dios, que yo no sabía lo que pasaba allí. ¡Simplemente se suponía que era otra asignación! Charles Napier .... Marshall Murdock
"La misión... fue cumplida. Usted sabe que hay más hombres fuera de allí y usted sabe donde están ellos. Yo los encontraré... Silvester Stallone
.... John J. Rambo
[leyendo el archivo de Rambo] Rambo, John J. Nacido 7-6-47 en Boey, Arizona. Decendientede indio-alemana - ése es un infierno de combinación. Alistado en el ejército el 8-6-64. Aceptado en las fuerzas especiales, especialización: armas ligeras, estudiante de medicina, helicópteros e idiomas; calificado de 59 muertes inveteradas. Dos Estrellas de Plata, cuatro de Bronce, cuatro Corazones Purpúreos. La Cruz de Servicio distinguida y Medalla de Honor. Increíble. Charles Napier .... Marshall Murdock
"Si vas a colocar tu corazón en una jaula de cristal, ten cuidado de no dejarla al filo del amor".
Jaime Rosero

"Para ti soy ateo. Para Dios, soy la fiel oposición".
Woody Allen

"Tienes dos maneras de hacer las cosas, la mia... o la puta calle!". Lawrence Tierney .... Joe Cabot
"¿Has terminado ya?, por que me importa una mierda lo que sepas o no sepas... te voy a torturar de todos modos". Michael Mardsen .... Mr. Blonde/Vic Vega
"No creo en las propinas". Steve Buscemi .... Mr. Pink



SEABISCUIT Más allá de la Leyenda (2003)


To Be Or Not To Be, 1942
"Me sentía tan mal después del ensayo, le dije a Doobosh que pusiera primero tu nombre en el cartel" Jack Benny .... Joseph Tura
"¿Lo hiciste, cariño? Es tan amable por tu parte, realmente no importaba."
Carole Lombard .... Maria Tura
"Eso dijo Doobosh, así que lo dejamos como estaba".
Jack Benny .... Joseph Tura







"La verdad no es siempre lo aparente". Jhonny Deep






"Todo gran poder conlleva una gran responsabilidad" (Spider-Man)




"El miedo es el camino al lado oscuro... El miedo conduce a la ira, la ira conduce al odio, el odio conduce al sufrimiento... Veo mucho miedo en ti...


To Have and Have Not, 1944
"¿Por qué has hecho eso?". Humphrey Bogart .... Harry 'Steve' Morgan
"Sólo quería saber si me iba a gustar". Lauren Bacall .... Marie 'Slim' Browning
"¿Y te ha gustado?". Humphrey Bogart .... Harry 'Steve' Morgan
"No lo he decidido aún". Lauren Bacall .... Marie 'Slim' Browning
"Y eso". Humphrey Bogart .... Harry 'Steve' Morgan
"Ya sabes que conmigo no tienes que actuar, Steve. No tienes que decir nada, ni tampoco hacer nada. Nada absolutamente. O quizás solo silbar. Porque sabes cómo silbar, ¿no Steve?. Tan solo tienes que juntar los labios y ... soplar".
Lauren Bacall .... Marie 'Slim' Browning


TESIS (1996)
Why is death and violence so fascinating? Is it morally correct to show violence in movies? If so, is there a limit to what we should show? That's the subject of Ángela's examination paper. She is a young student at a film school in Madrid. Together with the student Chema (who is totally obsessed with violent movies) they find a snuff movie in which a young girl is tortured and killed. Soon they discover that the girl was a former student at their school...

Bosco Herranz : What color are my eyes?
Me llamo Ángela. Me van a matar. [English Tagline: My name is Angela. They're going to kill me.]

The Body (2001)

1 Moshe Cohen : When the Vatican recognizes an undivided Jerusalem as the capital, the bones will be released.
2 Abu Yusef : As you said before, God has no place in politics.
3 [ Reading from Father Gutierrez's file ]
Cardinal Pesci : I believe that Jesus Christ is God because I spoke to Him this morning in my prayers. And I've known that He was God since I was a boy. He has always been my best friend even though I haven't always been His. In Him, I have peace.
4 Sharon Golban : Christ said the truth will set you free.
5 Dr. Sproul : This is unusual. Minor indentations from the coronal suture along the frontal. The skin was pierced with something right to the skull, pointed objects of some kind, but not metal. You see? There's no oxidation. All the way along the supra orbital notch. Ah. Our fellow was obviously... male, yes... and certainly crucified. I'm not sure about this date, 500 BC. It appears roman.
Sharon Golban : Why?
Dr. Sproul : Well, if you see this mark here on the ribs, looks like they finished up with a round spear. Build up of right forearm. A mason. A carpenter... just like Christ.
6 Moshe Cohen : To have Israel in something so potentially dangerous to Christianity could have serious repercussions for us.
7 Father Gutierrez : I thought I had lost my faith in Christ, in God, my savior, my friend. But I had didn't. I've lost my faith in serving men like you or Moshe Cohen, who use God to justify their material agendas. That's why I now choose to serve God in my own personal way.
8 Father Winstead : It's the Bible. It's a big book, but it's a crackin' read.
9 Sharon Golban : All Israelis drive like this.
Father Gutierrez : Well then, all Palestinians have to do is give you faster cars, and wait for the inevitable.
10 Moshe Cohen : Religion is not based on rational system of proofs. It survives because of human need.
11 Father Lavelle : What will you do, Jesuit, if you discover that it is Christ in that tomb? A man like all of us?
Father Gutierrez : I will turn to God for the answer.
12 Cardinal Pesci : We are counting on you to protect the church.
Father Gutierrez : Protect the faith.
Cardinal Pesci : That's synonymous. You protect the church, you protect the faith.
















An American in Paris ( 1951 ) UN AMERICANO EN PARIS - Directed by
Vincente Minnell

Jerry Mulligan : Back home everyone said I didn't have any talent. They might be saying the same thing over here but it sounds better in French.
Adam Cook : I'm a concert pianist. That's a pretentious way of saying I'm... unemployed at the moment.
Jerry Mulligan : That's... quite a dress you almost have on.
Milo Roberts : Thanks.
Jerry Mulligan : What holds it up?
Milo Roberts : Modesty.
Adam Cook : It's not a pretty face, I grant you, but underneath its flabby exterior is an enormous lack of character.
Henri Baurel : You only find the right one once.
Adam Cook : That many times?
Jerry Mulligan : Where is everyone?
Milo Roberts : Here.
Jerry Mulligan : Downstairs?
Milo Roberts : No, here in this room.
Jerry Mulligan : What about that extra girl?
Milo Roberts : That's me.
[ first lines ]
Jerry Mulligan : This is Paris, and I'm an American who lives here. My name is Jerry Mulligan, and I'm an ex G.I. In 1945 when the army told me to find my own job, I stayed on. And I'll tell you why: I'm a painter, and all my life that's all I've ever wanted to do.
Lise Bouvier : Maybe Paris has a way of making people forget.
Jerry Mulligan : Paris? No. Not this city. It's too real and too beautiful to ever let you forget anything.
[ last lines ]
Lise Bouvier : Jerry, don't let me leave you this way.
Jerry Mulligan : What gets me is, I don't know anything about her. We manage to be together for a few moments and then off she goes. Sometimes we have a wonderful time together and other times it's no fun at all. But I got to be with her.
Jerry Mulligan : Well, uh, with a binding like you've got, people are going to want to know what's in the book.




"Señorita, envíe un ramo de rosas rojas y escriba "Te quiero" al dorso de la cuenta.

Groucho: "¿Ya has olvidado aquellas noches en la Riviera cuando los dos contemplábamos el cielo? Éramos jóvenes, alegres, inocentes. La noche en que bebí champaña en tu zapato - dos litros. Hubiera cabido más, pero llevabas plantillas. ¡Oh, Hildegarde! No es que me importe, pero, ¿dónde está tu marido?".
Margaret Dumont: "¡Ha muerto!".
Groucho: "Seguro que sólo es una excusa".
Margaret Dumont: "Estuve con él hasta el final".
Groucho: "No me extraña que falleciera".
Margaret Dumont.:"Lo estreché entre mis brazos y lo besé".
Groucho: "Entonces, fue un asesinato. ¿Te casarías conmigo? ¿Te dejó mucho dinero? Responde primero a lo segundo.
Margaret Dumont: "¡Me dejó toda su fortuna!".
Groucho: "¿No comprendes lo que intento decirte? Te amo. Pensarás que soy un sentimental, pero ¿te importaría darme un mechón de tu cabello?".
Margaret Dumont: "¿Un mechón de mi cabello?".
Groucho: "Y no te quejes. Te iba a pedir toda la peluca. Cásate conmigo y tendremos nuestra propia familia".
Margaret Dumont.: "Oh, sería maravilloso. Y dime, cariño, ¿tendríamos una bonita casa?".
Groucho: "Pues claro. ¿No estarás pensando en mudarte?".
Margaret Dumont: "Temo que después de llevar algún tiempo casados, encuentres una mujer hermosa y te olvides de mí".
Groucho: "No te olvidaré. Te escribiré todas las semanas".





UNA NOCHE EN LA OPERA - A Night At The Opera,1935
"Estaba con esa mujer porque me recuerda a usted... sus ojos, su cara, su risa... todo me recuerda a usted... excepto usted.
sta luego cariño... ¡Caramba!, la cuenta de la cena es carísima... ¡Es un escándalo!... ¡Yo que tú no la pagaría!
"Esa mujer. ¿Sabe por qué estaba con ella?. Groucho Marx .... Otis B. Driftwood
"No". Margaret Dumont .... Mrs. Claypool
"Por que me recuerda a usted". Groucho Marx .... Otis B. Driftwood
"¿De verdad?". Margaret Dumont .... Mrs. Claypool
"Desde luego. Por eso es por lo que ahora estoy aquí sentado con usted. Porque me recuerda a usted. Sus ojos, su garganta, sus labios. Todo lo suyo me recuerda a usted... excepto usted". Groucho Marx .... Otis B. Driftwood

Otis B. Driftwood : I saw Mrs. Claypool first. Of course, her mother really saw her first but there's no point in bringing the Civil War into this.
Otis B. Driftwood : You're willing to pay him a thousand dollars a night just for singing? Why, you can get a phonograph record of Minnie the Moocher for 75 cents. And for a buck and a quarter, you can get Minnie.
Mrs. Claypool : Are you sure you have everything, Otis?
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, I haven't had any complaints yet.
Otis B. Driftwood : And now, on with the opera. Let joy be unconfined. Let there be dancing in the streets, drinking in the saloons, and necking in the parlor.
Mrs. Claypool : I've been sitting right here since seven o'clock.
Otis B. Driftwood : Yes, with your back to me. When I invite a woman to dinner I expect her to look at my face. That's the price she has to pay.
Otis B. Driftwood : That woman? Do you know why I sat with her? Because she reminded me of you.
Mrs. Claypool : Really?
Otis B. Driftwood : Of course, that's why I'm sitting here with you. Because you remind me of you. Your eyes, your throat, your lips! Everything about you reminds me of you. Except you. How do you account for that? If she figures that one out, she's good.
Otis B. Driftwood : It's all right, that's in every contract. That's what they call a sanity clause.
[ Fiorello laughs loudly ]
Fiorello : You can't fool me! There ain't no Santa Claus!
Otis B. Driftwood : [ to carriage driver ] Hey you. I told you to slow that nag down. On account of you I almost heard the opera.
Otis B. Driftwood : Ladies and gentlemen... I guess that takes in most of you...
Otis B. Driftwood : That's the fire escape. And, uh... that's a table, and this is a room, and there's the door leading out, and I wish you'd use it, I... I vant to be alone!
Henderson : You'll be alone when I throw you in jail!
Otis B. Driftwood : Isn't there a song like that, Henderson?
Fiorello : What'll I say?
Otis B. Driftwood : Tell them you're not here.
Fiorello : Suppose they don't believe me?
Otis B. Driftwood : They'll believe you when you start talking.
Otis B. Driftwood : I am sure the familiar strains of Verdi's music will come back to you tonight, and Mrs. Claypool's cheques will probably come back in the morning. Claypool's checks will probably come back in the morning.
Otis B. Driftwood : Have you got any stewed prunes?
Steward : Yes, Sir.
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, give them some black coffee. That'll sober them up.
Otis B. Driftwood : You didn't happen to see my suit in there, did you?
Fiorello : Yeah, it was taking up too much room, so we sold it.
Otis B. Driftwood : Did you get anything for it?
Fiorello : Uh... dollar forty.
Otis B. Driftwood : That's my suit all right.
[ upon seeing a cast member made up to appear hideously ugly ]
Otis B. Driftwood : Boogie, boogie, boogie. How would you like to feel the way she looks?
Lassparri : Never in my life have I received such treatment. They threw an apple at me.
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, watermelons are out of season.
[ the waiter brings the bill ]
Otis B. Driftwood : Let me see that... 9 dollars and 40 cents? This is an outrage.
[ to his dinner companion ]
Otis B. Driftwood : If I were you I wouldn't pay it.
Lassparri : [ costumed as Pagliacci ] Now, what have you got to say to me?
Otis B. Driftwood : Just this - can you sleep on your stomach with such big buttons on your pajamas?
Henderson : Hey, who were you talking to?
Otis B. Driftwood : I was talking to myself, and there's nothing you can do about it. I've had three of the best doctors in the East.
Otis B. Driftwood : Have you got any milk-fried chickens?
Waiter : Yes, sir.
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, squeeze the milk out of one and bring me a glass.
Otis B. Driftwood : Do they allow tipping on the boat?
Steward : Yes, sir.
Otis B. Driftwood : Have you got two fives?
Steward : Yes, sir!
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, then you won't need the ten cents I was gonna give you.
Henderson : You live here all alone?
Otis B. Driftwood : Yes. Just me and my memories. I'm practically a hermit.
Henderson : Oh. A hermit. I notice the table's set for four.
Otis B. Driftwood : That's nothing - my alarm clock is set for eight. That doesn't prove a thing.
Otis B. Driftwood : Was that a high C, or Vitamin D?
Mrs. Claypool : Get off that bed. What would people say?
Otis B. Driftwood : They'd probably say you're a very lucky woman.
Henderson : Say! Now, how did those two bed get together?
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, you know how those things are, they breed like rabbits.
Mrs. Claypool : If you had any real feeling for me you'd stop associating with the kind of riffraff I've seen you going around with.
Otis B. Driftwood : You mean Gottlieb?
Mrs. Claypool : I mean those two uncouth men I saw you around the opera house with. I'm very grateful they're not on board the boat.
Otis B. Driftwood : Why, have they slipped off?
Henderson : What's a hermit doing with four beds?
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, you see those first three beds?
Henderson : Yes.
Otis B. Driftwood : Last night, I counted five thousand sheep in those three beds, so I had to have another bed to sleep in. You wouldn't want me to sleep with the sheep, would you?
Otis B. Driftwood : Senor Lassparri comes from a very famous family. His mother was a well-known bass singer. His father was the first man to stuff spaghetti with bicarbonate of soda, thus causing and curing indigestion at the same time.
Henderson : The last time I was in this room there were four beds here.
Otis B. Driftwood : Please! I'm not interested in your private life, Henderson.
Otis B. Driftwood : You see that spaghetti? Now, behind that spaghetti is none other than Herman Gottlieb, director of the New York Opera Company. Do you follow me?
Mrs. Claypool : Yes.
Otis B. Driftwood : Well stop following me or I'll have you arrested!
Lassparri : What do you mean by humiliating me in front of all of those people? You're fired! Do you understand? You're fired!
Otis B. Driftwood : Hey, you big bully. What's the idea of hitting that little bully?
Lassparri : Will you kindly let me handle my own affairs? Get out!
Otis B. Driftwood : Two beers, bartender!
Fiorello : I'll take two beers, too.
Otis B. Driftwood : Say, I just remembered, I came back here looking for somebody. You don't know who it is, do you?
Fiorello : It's a funny thing, it just slipped my mind.
Otis B. Driftwood : Could he sail tomorrow?
Fiorello : You pay him enough money, he could sail yesterday.
[ Driftwood agrees to read the contract to Fiorello ]
Otis B. Driftwood : All right, I'll read it to you. Can you hear?
Fiorello : I haven't heard anything yet. Did you say anything?
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, I haven't said anything worth hearing.
Fiorello : Well, that's-a why I didn't hear anything.
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, that's why I didn't say anything.
[ Fiorello and Driftwood go over the first clause of their contract ]
Otis B. Driftwood : Now pay particular attention to this first clause because it's most important. It says the, uh..."The party of the first part shall be known in this contract as the party of the first part." How do you like that? That's pretty neat, eh?
Fiorello : No, that's no good.
Otis B. Driftwood : What's the matter with it?
Fiorello : I dunno. Let's hear it again.
Otis B. Driftwood : It says the, uh..."The party of the first part shall be known in this contract as the party of the first part."
Fiorello : That sounds a little better this time.
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, it grows on you. Would you like to hear it once more?
Fiorello : Er... just the first part.
Otis B. Driftwood : What do you mean? The... the party of the first part?
Fiorello : No, the first part of the party of the first part.
Otis B. Driftwood : All right. It says the, uh, "The first part of the party of the first part shall be known in this contract as the first part of the party of the first part shall be known in this contract..." look, why should we quarrel about a thing like this? We'll take it right out, eh?
[ Fiorello and Driftwood go over the second clause of their contract ]
Otis B. Driftwood : Now, it says, uh, "The party of the second part shall be known in this contract as the party of the second part."
Fiorello : Well, I don't know about that...
Otis B. Driftwood : Now what's the matter?
Fiorello : I no like-a the second party, either.
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, you should of come to the first party. We didn't get home 'til around four in the morning. I was blind for three days!
[ the ship is sailing away from the dock ]
Otis B. Driftwood : Hey, have I got time to go back and pay my hotel bill?
Ship Captain : Sorry, too late.
Otis B. Driftwood : That suits me fine.
Otis B. Driftwood : Let's go in my room and talk the situation over.
Mrs. Claypool : What situation?
Otis B. Driftwood : Well, er... what situations have you got?
Mrs. Claypool : I most certainly will not go to your room.
Otis B. Driftwood : OK, then I'll stay here.
Mrs. Claypool : All right, all right, all right! I'll come, but get out.
Otis B. Driftwood : Shall we say, uh, ten minutes?
Mrs. Claypool : Yes, ten minutes, anything. But go!
Otis B. Driftwood : Because if you're not there in ten minutes, I'll be back here in eleven. With squeaky shoes on!
[ Driftwood opens a drawer in his trunk to find Toamsso sleeping ]
Otis B. Driftwood : That can't be my shirt, my shirt doesn't snore.
Fiorello : Shh! Don't wake him up. He's got insomnia, he's trying to sleep it off.
[ in reference to Tomasso ]
Otis B. Driftwood : Wouldn't it be simpler if you just had him stuffed?
Fiorello : He's no olive.
Otis B. Driftwood : [ attempting to sell insurance to a ship porter ] I have here an accident policy that will absolutely protect you no matter what happens. If you lose a leg, we'll help you look for it.
Manicurist : Did you want a manicure?
Otis B. Driftwood : No, come on in.
Ship Captain : I cannot let the evening pass without paying a little tribute to our distinguished guests of honor - the three greatest aviators in the world.
Otis B. Driftwood : Three greatest aviators, but you notice they're traveling by boat.
Ricardo : And what was it you wanted to see me about?
Rosa : I suppose I sent for you?
Ricardo : Well you meant to. Didn't she, Marie?
Fiorello : You got some mail for me?
Tony : Mail for you? You don't work here.
Fiorello : Well where am I gonna get my mail? I no work anyplace.
Otis B. Driftwood : Nice work I think you got him. Ah, smelling salts? That will bring him to. You're sorry for what you did eh? That shows a nice spirit. Now he's coming along. He'll be fine.
Fiorello : How do you do?
Otis B. Driftwood : Hello.
Fiorello : Whats the matter Mr?
Otis B. Driftwood : Oh, we had an argument and he pulled a knife on me so I shot him.
Fiorello : Do you mind if I...?
Otis B. Driftwood : No-no, go right ahead. Plenty of room.
Ricardo : But I will still remember the happiness we've known.
Engineer's Assistant : I'm the engineers assistant.
Otis B. Driftwood : You know I had a premonition you were going to show up. The engineers right there in the corner. You can chop your way right through.
Otis B. Driftwood : And eight pieces of French pasty.
Fiorello : With two hard-boiled eggs.
Otis B. Driftwood : And two hard-boiled eggs. Make that three hard-boiled eggs.
Otis B. Driftwood : You know the old saying. Two's company, fives a crowd.
Captain : Ladies and gentleman. It's a great pleasure that I welcome you all to the final night of the voyage.
Fiorello : Ricardo, how do you feel?
Ricardo : After a meal like that great. I could sing my head off. Cosi-Cosa. It's a wonderful word tra-la-la-la.
Fiorello : Friends.
Otis B. Driftwood : Go fast. I can see a man with a rope out there.
Fiorello : How we happen to come to America is a great story, but I no tell that.
Henderson : Am I crazy or are there only two beds in here?
Otis B. Driftwood : Now which question do you want me to answer first Henderson?
Otis B. Driftwood : Hello toots.
Mrs. Claypool : Well. What are you doing here? This is Mr. Gottlieb's box.
Otis B. Driftwood : He couldn't come, so he gave me his ticket. He couldn't get dressed, so he gave me his clothes.
Fiorello : Wait a minute. Before he sings, you gotta sign a contract. And I get 10 percent.
Otis B. Driftwood : And I get 10 percent too.
Otis B. Driftwood : Now we're getting somewhere.
Otis B. Driftwood : Don't you know what duplicates are?
Fiorello : Sure, those five kids up in Canada.



"Alguien dijo alguna vez: si deseas algo con mucha fuerza, déjalo en libertad. Si vuelve a tí, será tuyo para siempre. Si no regresa, no te pertenecía desde el principio". Demi Moore



Vanilla Sky (2001)

Sofía : I think she's the saddest girl to ever to hold a martini.
Sofía : I'll tell you in another life, when we are both cats.
[ last lines to Sofia ]
David : Do you remember what you told me once? That every passing minute is a another chance to turn it all around.
Sofía : I'll find you again.
David : I'll see you in another life... when we are both cats.
Libby : You'll be meeting Rebecca Dearborn, my personal role model.
Brian : And I know sour, which allows me to appreciate the sweet.
David : He never watched television, and yet his biggest magazine is still the TV Digest.
[ Brian leaves the party drunk ]
Brian : I good you bid evening.
Brian : Julie Gianni is your fuck buddy?
David : Even in my dreams, I'm an idiot who knows he's about to wake up to reality.
David : My dreams are a cruel joke. They taunt me. Even in my dreams I'm an idiot... who knows he's about to wake up to reality. If I could only avoid sleep. But I can't. I try to tell myself what to dream. I try to dream that I am flying. Something free. It never works...
Sofía : Every passing minute is another chance to turn it all around.
Sofía : Holy God. This is going to change my life in a zillion different ways. I must be nuts.
Various : Open your eyes.
[ first lines ]
Sofía : [ in Spanish ] Open your eyes.
Sofía : [ in English ] Open your eyes. Open your eyes. Open your eyes. Open your eyes. Open you...
[ David wakes up and pushes the snooze button on his alarm ]
[ last lines ]
The Future : [ voice ] Relax, David. Open your eyes.
Rebecca Dearborn : This is a revolution of the mind.
Julie : Don't you know that when you sleep with someone, your body makes a promise whether you do or not.
David : And to what do I owe this pleasure?
Sofía : The pleasure of Sofia Serrano.
Thomas Tipp : Do you know they even got a... well, a nickname for you behind your back? Heh? Citizen Dildo.
Sofía : What about you? What's your nickname?
David : Citizen Dildo.
Sofía : Hmm. You are not staying over.
Julie : Four times... it means something, David.
Brian : Just remember, the sweet is never as sweet without the sour, and I know the sour.
Rebecca Dearborn : Most of us live our whole lives... without any real adventure to call our own.
Rebecca Dearborn : What is any life without the pursuit of a dream?
Thomas Tipp : ...maybe you should let people see you, yeah? I mean, the last time we were together, you were, you were, you were in a coma, and you were very fucking rude to me. You didn't say a word.
Thomas Tipp : But I say this with complete love. Claim your life. Learn to be an asshole. Don't...
David : Two's enough.
Thomas Tipp : Forgive me. But I still believe in this family, David, even if it's only you.
David : See, I've got this little problem. I've got a stalker.
Sofía : It doesn't sound life threatening.
David : But I need a cover. I need for you to pretend we're having a scintillating conversation, and you are wildly entertained.
[ Both laugh ]
David : I know it's tough.
Sofía : I'll improvise.
David : Thomas Tipp was right; people will read again.
David : Is it me?
David : No. Tell me now.
Sofía : I'll tell you later.
David : If something's wrong please tell me now.
David : Say everything now, now, now, now.
David : Look at us. I'm frozen and you're dead, and I love you.
Sofía : It's a problem.
David : I lost you when I got in that car. I'm sorry.
Brian : You're rich and women love you, and I'm from Ohio and I'm drunk. Can I tell you the truth?
David : Everybody does.
Brian : I dig her, and I've never said this to you before about any girl. But she could be, could be, could be, could be the girl of my fucking dreams.
David : You're not from Ohio.
Brian : I know.
David : You're not blind. You're drinking Jack Daniels, and when you drink Jack, you start in with that... Frank Sinatra, she shot me down, give me a cigarette, "King of Sad" thing.
Brian : That I do. Give me a cigarette.
Brian : You will never know the exquisite pain of the guy, who goes home alone.
Sofía : But I just think good things will happen, if you are a good person with a good attitude, don't you think?
Edmund : It's been a brilliant journey of self-awakening. And now you've simply got to ask yourself this: What is happiness to you, David?
Edmund : Its been a brilliant journey of self-awakening, now you simply have to ask yourself this... What is happiness to you David?
David : My father wrote about this in his book. Chapter 1... Page 1... Paragraph 1: What is the answer to 99 out of 100 questions?... Money.
David : The little things... there's nothing bigger, is there?
David : Where's Sofia? WHERE IS SHE?
Julie : I AM SOFIA.
David : Doc, once you've been driven off a bridge at 80 miles an hour, somehow you don't invite happiness in without a full body search.
David : I wanna wake up! Tech support! It's a nightmare! Tech support! Tech support!
David : These? These are more than headaches. These are steel plates slicing through my every thought.
[ Sofía is taking David's mask off ]
David : How bad is it?
Sofía : ...Well... your ears are in the right place... And the rest of it... is not bad at all. It's perfect!
Dr. Curtis McCabe : Dig deep, David.
David : I want to live a real life... I don't want to dream any longer.
Brian : You're in O.J.-land.
Julie : Don't ever say that word. I will never come over and bring you chicken soup and fuck your brains out again.
Dr. Curtis McCabe : I'm real. I'm... I'm... mortality as home entertainment? THIS CANNOT BE THE FUTURE. Can it? CAN IT?
Dr. Curtis McCabe : You do understand that our time is limited, don't you?
David : If I'll just think I'm crazy.
Dr. Curtis McCabe : With all the possible respect I can offer a man wearing a latex mask and spouting conspiracy theories, David, believe me, you've crossed that bridge.
Dr. Curtis McCabe : And you didn't immediately wanna sleep with her?
David : Well, you know, I'm a pleasure delayer.
[ David receives his facial prosthetic ]
Dr. Pomeranz : It's a helpful unit.
David : Good. Because for a minute there, I thought we were talking about
[ shouts ]
David : a fucking mask!
Dr. Pomeranz : It's only a mask... if you treat it that way.
David : Oh, no. It's great. This completely takes care of Hallowe'en. But what about the other 364 days of the year?
Julie : I'm so afraid of how powerful this is!
Sofía : Do you love me? I mean really love me. Because if you don't... I'll just have to kill you.
Dr. Curtis McCabe : [ McCabe tells Libby about his relationship with David ] He's my son. He's very shy.
David : I like your life.
Sofía : Well, it's mine and you can't have it!
Julie : If I wasn't me, I'd buy my album.
David : You know, if you can reach one person.
David : Somebody died. It was me.
Brian : We almost died, man...And do you know what I saw?
David : What?
Brian : Your all life flashing in front of me...
David : And how was it?
Brian : Almost worth dying for...
Edmund : There are no guarantees, but remember: Even in the future, the sweet is never as sweet without the sour.


Todd Bowden: All great achievements arose from dissatisfaction. It is the desire to do better, to dig deeper that propels a civilization to greatness. All of us have heard the story of Icarus, the young boy who took the wings his father built for him. Wings that were meant to carry him over the ocean to freedom and used them instead for a joyride. For a brief moment Icarus felt what it was like to live like a god, to touch the sun, to soar above the common man. And for doing so he payed the ultimate price. Like Icarus we too have been given gifts: knowledge, education, experience. And with these gifts comes the responsibility of choice. We alone decide how our talents are bestowed upon the world. This is our destiny and we hold it in the palm of our hands.

[Todd presents Dussander with his old SS uniform]
Kurt Dussander: Maybe I'll put it on and do a little shopping, is that what you thought?

Edward French: You can't do this Todd.
Todd Bowden: You have no idea what I can do.

Todd Bowden: Well don't forget, I could walk right in there and pick up that phone!
Kurt Dussander: And do what? Do you really think that I would just stand by and let you turn me in without dragging you under with me? You American's self confidence is so bloated that you have forgotten the reality of the situation. 90,000 people died in that camp. To the whole world, I am a monster... and you have known about me. When I am caught, when those reporters stick their microphones in my face, it will be your name I will repeat over and over again. "Todd Bowden... Todd Bowden. Todd Bowden, yes that was his name. For months, almost a year, he wanted to know everything. That was how he put it... yes... everything."
Todd Bowden: You're crazy. They'll never believe you.
Kurt Dussander: It doesn't matter. And besides, lying to judges and reporters isn't as easy as you think. Can you do that? I know I can. And do you know what such a scandal can do? It never goes away. Not for you, not for your parents.
Todd Bowden: You can't do this.
Kurt Dussander: Boy the time for discussion is over. This is how it is: you are going to work. You are going to spend weekends and all your vacations studying.

Kurt Dussander: And besides, lying to judges and reporters isn't as easy as you think. You'd have to be BRILLIANT. Can you do that? I know I can.

Kurt Dussander: Be careful, boy. You play with fire.

Walker (1987)
Yrena: I have a weakness for small men. Small puritans obsessed by power.
Yrena: You were very good last night. Not great, but for a gringo good enough.

William Walker: One must act with severity, or perish.

Doubleday: I cannot help noticing Sir, during the time I've spent with you, that you've betrayed every principle you've had, and all the men who supported you. May I ask why?
William Walker: No you may not.
Doubleday: What exactly are your aims?
William Walker: The ends justify the means.
Doubleday: What are the ends?
William Walker: I can't remember.

Cornelius Vanderbilt: No one will remember Walker. No one will remember men who lose.


"Drácula"; (Dracula, 1931), dirigida por Tod Browning. Guión de H. Deane y J.L. Balderston.

Bela Lugosi: "Yo nunca bebo ... vino".

"Manhattan"; (Manhattan, 1979), dirigida por Woody Allen.

Woody Allen: "Finalmente tuve un orgasmo; y mi doctor me dijo que era de la clase equivocada".

"Pistoleros de agua dulce"; (Monkey Business, 1931), dirigida por Norman Z. McLeod.

Groucho Marx: "¿Llamas a esto una fiesta?. La cerveza está caliente y las mujeres frías".

"Tener y no tener"; (To Have and Have Not, 1944), dirigida por Howard Hawks.

Walter Brennan: "¿Te ha picado alguna vez una abeja muerta?.
Humphrey Bogart: "¿ Una abeja muerta?. Eso es imposible".
Walter Brennan: "Claro que es posible. Hay que tener mucho cuidado con las abejas muertas cuando uno las pisa con los pies descalzos. Si las pisas pueden picar tan fuerte como cuando están vivas, sobre todo si estaban enfadadas cuando las mataron".

"Con faldas y a lo loco"; (Some Like It Hot, 1959), dirigida por Billy Wilder.

Jack Lemmon (describiendo los movimientos de Marilyn Monroe): "Mira c&oacutemo se mueve, es como mermelada en conserva. Te dije que son un sexo completamente distinto".


"¡Dulce hogar ... a veces!"; (Parenthood, 1989), dirigida por Ron Howard.

Martha Plimpton: "Dijo que me quería".
Dianne Wiest: "Ay querida. Siempre dicen eso cuando se corren".



















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Max: All right! What are we waiting for?
Tyson: Our fifth wheel of course. Kai, are you coming?
Kai: Hn, and skip dessert?

Dizzi: Hey, if you wanna know something, just ask the Know-It-All!
Tyson: That would be you, Kai.
Kai: You said it.

Sanquinex: It's too late for that, we have chosen the tall one as our challenger.
Kai: Huh, not me.
Sanquinex: Afraid?
Kai: I'm not afraid of you sideshow freaks.
Cenotaph: So foolish, your little friend is counting on you to save him.
Kai: Yeah, sure, whatever. Enjoy your home cooked Kenny burgers.
Kenny: [shouts] Kai!

Tyson: [Tyson talking in a Transylvanian accent] Or were you scared of Vampires?
Kenny: No! Hot sauce!
Max: I hope the hot sauce didn't spoil his blood!
Kenny: Hey!
Kenny: [both Max and Tyson - Mwahahahaha!] Hey, quit looking at my neck!
Tyson: I want to suck your blood!

Tyson: Bed! Perfect for a pillow fort!
[Kai grabs Tyson in the back of his shirt]
Kai: Will you learn to grow up? This isn't playtime remember?
Tyson: Why don't you try smiling, Kai? Or are you just afraid your face might crack?
Kai: Wha?
Tyson: Yeah! I hereby name this bed Fort Naptime!
Max: You're such a wet blanket. You should loosen up and have some fun. Tyson's got the right idea.
Kai: Hn. Why did I ever come here? I'm no babysitter.
Max: [Max is giggling in background] Wah! Wah! Could you get us some soda and chocolate bars and then could you read us a story please?
Kai: Buncha wise guys.

Tyson: OK, guys, enough with the small talk, I've got an elbow-bending date with the buffet table
[Tyson runs of to the buffet table]
Kenny: More like first, second and third date at least.
Max: With Tyson around, he'll have those chefs working overtime
Kenny: Whow!
Ray: What is it?
[Ray looks at the buffet table and gasps at seeing Takao standing on the table eating like a pig]
Ray: I'm no expert at table manners, but something tells me that's not how your supposed to eat in a fancy restaurant! Unbelievable!
Kenny: Look at him go!
Max: I'd rather not.
Ray: For goodness sake, Tyson, use a fork!
Kenny: Or better yet, a shovel!

Kai: The most important thing is to always have fun and believe in yourself.
Tyson: Aw, man, now he's getting all corny on me. I liked you better when you were a jerk!

Kai: Quit yapping and get on board, we're about to leave.
Tyson: Aye-aye, Captain Kai!

Kai: Excuse me but I have a match to win.
Tyson: He ain't so tough...
Kai: I heard that!

Tyson: I see you've been practising your move - giving people the cold shoulder.
Kai: Practise makes perfect.

Tyson: I see you've been practicing your move - giving people the cold shoulder.
Kai: Practice makes perfect.

Mr. Dickenson: Remember, there's no 'I' in team.
Kai: Well, there's no 'Kai' in team either. Hmmph.

Kai: I'm not scared of anything.
Emily: Maybe you're afraid that once you got to know them, you'd actually start to like them.
Kai: Whatever.

Tyson: Are you sure you're not scared, Kai?
Kai: You can tease me all you want, Tyson, but I couldn't care less.

Kai: This is the last time I'm gonna say this...
Kai: I don't need your help!
[walks off]
Ray: Always a pleasure talking with you, Kai.

Kai: I gotta make things right.
Tyson: I dig. Just don't forget this.
[Tyson throws Dranzer to Kai]
Tyson: I think Dranzer would be happier with you. Besides, dude, black was never really your colour.

Zeo: This doesn't make any sense. Why won't they at least explain what a bit beast is? It's not like I'm going to take theirs or anything!

Bartender: So what'll it be?
Kenny: Milk, please
Dizzi: And make it a double on the rocks.

Kai: I've traveled a long road to get here, Tyson. This is my life's work. Everything I've seen and everything I've done and it all starts and ends with you. From the first time you defeated me, I've known it. I've watched you grow ever since. Sometimes you won, sometimes you lost, but you always persevered. No matter how bad things got you always looked deep inside yourself and found the strength to continue. And when a member of the team fell,it was you who always picked him back up. When I realized I could never be like you, the only thing left for me was to defeat you. Only then would I have complete faith in my own skill and strength. I had no choice but to find a way to win, no matter what the cost to myself. That's why I had to leave the team. That's why I trained with Dranzer in the frozen tundra of Russia. And that's why I chose Tala as my partner when he would much rather battle solo. I hid myself away in extreme isolation forced to survive in the most hostile environment I could find. I gave up everything from my old life, and dedicated myself to training in mind and body to become the ultimate beyblading machine. Sometimes things got so bad that I was ready to throw in the towel but I just pictured you, Tyson. It all came flooding back. I learned that no matter how tall a wall stands,there's always a way to knock it down to size.

Mr. Dickenson: [makes a choice on the result of the championship battle between Tyson and Kai] Ladies and Gentlemen, after viewing the safety of the contestants, the stadium, the fans, and the contestants' beyblades, I have come to a choice and I know my choice may not be a popular one. But I announce the BBA Revolution and the Blitzkrieg Boys both World Champions.
Kai: [shouts] No way! You can't do that to me! Are you telling me that this tournament has been nothing but a complete joke? That everything that we did doesn't count because you decide we get punished for working hard?
Mr. Dickenson: Kai, please...
Kai: All I'm asking is to decide this in the bey stadium. Winner, if that's what you want you can have it! All I want to do is settle my battle with Tyson! What about you, Tyson? How do you want to settle this?
Tyson: Well, I .....
Kai: I can't believe you want to leave this battle as a tie either! Especially being the World Champ and all. What do you say?
Tyson: Well, I say we finish this battle!

Dragoon: As long as you believe in me, Tyson, I can do anything!

Kai: [to Tyson] The name is... Kai. I'm the leader of the Blade Sharks, kid.

Kai: [angrily] Why did you do that?
Dunga: Because I felt like it. Besides, your Dranzer is washed up as you are, Kai!
[Kai picks up his beyblade]
Dunga: You ready to take me on or what?
Kai: It's winner take all time.

Dunga: Hey, ready whenever you are.
Kai: If I win, that means you split, got it?
Dunga: I don't plan of going anywhere!
Kai: Game on!
Kai, Dunga: Let it rip!

Tyson: [collapsing] Thanks, Dragoon...
[blacks out]

Dragoon: We are friends - forever!

Ray: Give me a 100%.
Tyson: Naw, that wouldn't be fair. I'll give you a 1000%!

Kai: For once, I agree with Tyson. Let's beat these guys!
Tyson: Wow, that's the most you've said in a week! You're not much when it comes to communication, Kai.


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