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Movie QUOTE Game

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Simple enough. Identify the movie from which the quote originates, then post a new quote.

As is the social convention, I'll start. :D

+++++: Will you read us a bedtime story?

***: No.

+++++: Pretty please?

***: The physical appearance of the please makes no difference.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, yes?

A building is a symbol, as is the act of destroying it. Symbols are given power by people. A symbol, in and of itself is powerless, but with enough people behind it, blowing up a building can change the world.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, yes?

A building is a symbol, as is the act of destroying it. Symbols are given power by people. A symbol, in and of itself is powerless, but with enough people behind it, blowing up a building can change the world.

Okay, I figure no one got this one... Its from "V for Vendetta"

Try this one:

+++++: I'll just walk the earth.

*******: What'cha mean walk the earth?

+++++: You know, walk the earth, meet people... get into adventures. Like Caine from "Kung Fu."

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What's it going to be, eh? Is it going to be in and out of institutions like this? Well, more in and out for most of ya! Or are you going to attend to the Divine Word and realise the punishments that await unrepentant sinners in the next world as well as this? A lot of idiots you are, selling your own birthright for a saucer of cold porridge! The thrill of theft! Of violence! The urge to live easy! Well, I ask you what is it worth when we have undeniable truth - yes! Incontrovertible evidence that Hell exists! I know! I know my friends! I have been informed in visions that there is a place darker than any prison, hotter than any flame of human fire, where souls of unrepentant criminal sinners like yourselves...!

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A Clockwork Orange.

I am very fond of dystopian movies.

Blade Runner is my favorite movie, based of a book by my favorite write, Philip K Dick, who is said to be the 'most dystopic' writer there is.

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I have yet to see A Clockwork Orange, but some day!

I too love Blade Runner too.

Have you ever seen Logans Run?

It's another one of my favorites.

But nowhere near as dark.

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Yes ! I had a crush on Michael York when I was younger. :icon_redface:

Ever see The Price of Time (1998,I believe)?

I believe you may enjoy it.

Humans pay for item using time in the span of minutes,hours,or even days (depending on the item purchased) which is deducted from their lifespan.

It is very good.

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I'll check it out. I seem to remember a movie trailer, not too long ago (just a year or so) Did they re-release it, or am I thinking about another movie?

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I have yet to see A Clockwork Orange, but some day!

I too love Blade Runner too.

Have you ever seen Logans Run?

It's another one of my favorites.

But nowhere near as dark.

 

Blade Runner is one of my top-5 films ever. 

 

I remember seeing Logan's Run in the theater when I was a kid. I absolutely loved it, and probably went back to see it like 4 or 5 times. I have it on Blu-ray. It's actually one of my step-son's favorite movies (he prefers older films). Speaking of classic science fiction, another of my all-time favorites is Forbidden Planet.

 

Anyway, here's a line for everyone to figure out (not too difficult)...

 

ENGLISH MOTHERF**KER... DO YOU SPEAK IT?!

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 Pulp Fiction.

 

I used to glue glass beads in my palm like in Logan's Run.

 

Who said "DRIZZLE, DRAZZLE, DRUZZLE, DROME; TIME FOR ZIS ONE TO COME HOME" ?

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Be just what you is, not what you is not,

 

Those that do this are the happiest lot.

 

 

I can't for the life of me remember who said this.

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 The one who spoke the words was neither TURTLE nor frog, but he spoke it to one of them.

 HINT: I've already left one...........................^^^^^^^^^^^^

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Buckaroo Banzai. But it was taken from Confucius.

 

Here's one. What movie was this from and who were the actors or characters?..

 

Character A: What are you doing?

 

Character B: Adjusting your breasts. You fainted, and they fell all out of whack.

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 Dead Men don't wear plaid

Quote said by Rigby Reardon

To which Juliet Forrest replied "thank You".

 

I can't think of any quotes!!

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 Dead Men don't wear plaid

Quote said by Rigby Reardon

To which Juliet Forrest replied "thank You".

 

I can't think of any quotes!!

 

One of my all-time favorite comedies. I used to have such a crush on Rachael Ward. I think I'll watch it tonight.

 

Here's one...

 

They brought their f**kin' toys with 'em. 

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 Slap Shot.

 

I still can't think of a MOVIE quote, so try to tell me what the word is that is being defined  (it's from a TV show)

 

 "The Depression that arises from comparing the world as it is, to a hypothetical idealized world".

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 Slap Shot.

 

I still can't think of a MOVIE quote, so try to tell me what the word is that is being defined  (it's from a TV show)

 

 "The Depression that arises from comparing the world as it is, to a hypothetical idealized world".

 

Um... Uh... The Big Bang Theory?

 

"I'm not drinking any f**king Merlot!"

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