Friday, September 29, 2006

Best Lines In Film Update

A reminder on this then that mine can be found here, Lisa's here and Helen's here.

In addition, we have:

Paul Fuzz with:
"We're gonna be like three Fonzies. And what's Fonzie like?" "Cool?" "Correct-a-mundo." Of it's type, it don't get much better. (Jules in Pulp Fiction).

Neil with:
"Don't look in the trunk" or "let's get sushi and not pay" (Repo Man).

Rosby with:
"It's a veritable...vegetable...paradise!" Wallace and Gromit must deserve a mention on there somewhere!


"I wish I knew how to quit you" and "Jack, I swear..." (Brokeback Mountain).

Ash with:

"I know" from the Empire Strikes Back.

"Oh, no, it wasn't the airplanes. It was Beauty killed the Beast." from the original 1933, King Kong.

"Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, she walks into mine." Casablanca, which has quite a few of the best lines in cinema.


"I'll slap you and your like it". Humphrey Bogart, Maltese Falcon.

C'mon, any more for any more?

JJ comes in with this post first with:

"We have an injured rabbit also". (The geek in Local Hero shouting up at the bedroom window of the hotellier Gordan Urquart who has been woken up by the battering on the front door by the geek and the American who wants to buy the bay for an oil refinery, following their arrival in the village at an unearthly early hour.

And then referencing the very funny Cheesiest Lines in Film Awards and her personal favourite:

A line delivered by Kevin Costner in his flop The Postman rounds off the top 10. "You're a godsend, a saviour," a blind woman tells his character. "No," he replies. "I'm a postman."


Blogger Lisa Rullsenberg said...

Hee, there's some crackers here. Ta for the links!

29 September 2006 at 23:43  

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