Famous (Or Infamous) Lines of Movie Dialogue ….

film dialogue

This Meeting Will Come to Order …

“We want the finest wines available to humanity, we want them here and we want them now.”

Withnail (RICHARD E. GRANT) in 1987’s UK cult film fave Withnail & I

June Is Bustin’ Out All Over …

“I’m on a tour bus with eight stinkin’ men. Rule number one: Don’t propose to a girl on a bus, you got that? Rule number two: Don’t tell her it’s because you had a bad dream” 

June Carter (REESE WITHERSPOON) to Johnny Cash (JOAQUIN PHOENIX) in 2005’s Oscar winning biopic I Walk the Line

He’s Got Him Pegged

Graydon Carter (JEFF BRIDGES): “Toby, you have a brown thumb.”                    

Toby Young (SIMON PEGG):     “What’s that?

Carter (chuckling):                “It’s the opposite of a green thumb.         

Everything you touch turns to sh*t.”

                                                                                                                                    

British columnist Toby Young gets a job performance review from Vanity Fair magazine editor Graydon Carter in  How To Lose Friends and Alienate People (adapted from Young’s memoir about his abortive journalistic career in NYC in the 90s              

Ouch!

“Irony bites you in the ankles.”  

PETE LEE WILSON (giving perhaps the worst performance of a Russian gangster in the history of direct to DVD movies) in 2005’s  Wesley Snipes actioner 7 Seconds    

 

Fit To be Thaied   

“How would you like to just lie there and pretend like you’re in Thailand?”

Slinky seductress Christie Richards (REBECCA PIDGEON) makes soft-spoken software magnate Ray Porter (STEVE MARTIN) an offer he can’t refuse in Shopgirl

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Author: rixbitz

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2 thoughts on “Famous (Or Infamous) Lines of Movie Dialogue ….”

  1. Thanks for the “Like” as always, Ms. Sara and a robust thank you as well, Ms. Niva for your contribution to my modest blog. I have never had the pleasure of meeting either of you (my loss) but I would venture to say that we have something in common: the need to express ourselves via the written words and (in your cases, after reviewing your latest posts) the ability and talent to do so. Best wishes on all your personal endeavors both on and offline.

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