Film Quotes

#1
I'm not sure if this has been done before, but it could be a laugh and create cause for argument and debate!

Basicaly, quote a line from a film, not to easy, but nothig too obscure, and then its simply get the film/character/actor/scene and any other information that may be of interest/worthy of a point! Once its been answered, the winner supplies the next . Easy!

Rules: No Google, you are only cheating yourself.

I'll start shall I...

"Look, Dave, I can see you're really upset about this"
 
#2
2001 a space oddysey, when dave kills the crew,

"mate, you fat and i'll throw you in the river. Now go away!"
 
#3
Galileo82 said:
I'm not sure if this has been done before, but it could be a laugh and create cause for argument and debate!

Basicaly, quote a line from a film, not to easy, but nothig too obscure, and then its simply get the film/character/actor/scene and any other information that may be of interest/worthy of a point! Once its been answered, the winner supplies the next . Easy!

Rules: No Google, you are only cheating yourself.

I'll start shall I...

"Look, Dave, I can see you're really upset about this"
Not that I want to kill your thread G82, but it has been done before. There's a whole thread called Movie Quotes in the Films & Arts bit of ARRSE.
 
#5
Mantis

Ray Winstone in "In Sickness & in Health" or a similar marriage vow thing title I think?

Same film as the classic line "Watch this....FIXXXXX BAYONETS!!!"

How about: "I been watching from over there all night. Well why don't you go back over there and keep watching!"
 
#6
Would that be Tom Cruise in "Cocktail" by any chance?

How about..."Hey Vasquez, have you ever been miskaken for a man?"
 
#7
Galileo82 said:
Would that be Tom Cruise in "Cocktail" by any chance?

How about..."Hey Vasquez, have you ever been miskaken for a man?"
"No, have you?"
easy, Aliens

"AK47, When you absolutly positively GOT to kill every motherf*cker in the room"
 
#10
Even easier...Pulp Fiction! Samual L Jackson.

Clearly Bond, but what film?

'You expect me to talk?'
'No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die'
 
#12
Galileo82 said:
Even easier...Pulp Fiction! Samual L Jackson.

Clearly Bond, but what film?

'You expect me to talk?'
'No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die'
My bold. WRONG! Jackie Brown

And the Bond is Goldfinger, of course!

'You're a big man, but you're out of shape'
 

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#13
Galileo82 said:
Even easier...Pulp Fiction! Samual L Jackson.

Clearly Bond, but what film?

'You expect me to talk?'
'No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die'
'Goldfinger'

How about: "My own brother a goddamn shitsucking vampire. Wait til mom finds out."
 

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#14
CarpeDiem said:
Galileo82 said:
Even easier...Pulp Fiction! Samual L Jackson.

Clearly Bond, but what film?

'You expect me to talk?'
'No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die'
My bold. WRONG! Jackie Brown

And the Bond is Goldfinger, of course!

'You're a big man, but you're out of shape'
Get Carter

How about: "My own brother, a goddam shitsucking vampire. You wait 'til Mom finds out!"
 
#15
CarpeDiem said:
Galileo82 said:
Even easier...Pulp Fiction! Samual L Jackson.

Clearly Bond, but what film?

'You expect me to talk?'
'No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die'
My bold. WRONG! Jackie Brown

And the Bond is Goldfinger, of course!

'You're a big man, but you're out of shape'


My bad, I had to go one of two ways!

As for yours, Get Carter, the 1971 version, not seen the remake with Sly.
 

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#16
BuggerAll said:
How about: "My own brother, a goddam shitsucking vampire. You wait 'til Mom finds out!"
Far too easy - From Dawn 'til Dusk.

How about:

"Haggis..... what is haggis?"
 
#17
Pronto_Mike_Uniform said:
Ray Winstone in "In Sickness & in Health" or a similar marriage vow thing title I think?

Same film as the classic line "Watch this....FIXXXXX BAYONETS!!!"
Love, Honour and Obey...

"she will be mine. Oh yes, she will."
 
#18
mysteron said:
BuggerAll said:
How about: "My own brother, a goddam shitsucking vampire. You wait 'til Mom finds out!"
Far too easy - From Dawn 'til Dusk.

How about:

"Haggis..... what is haggis?"


Sean Connery (funnily enough) in Highlander.

How about "Sh1t"
"what"
"rollers"
"no"
"yes"
"sh1t"
 
#19
Lost Boys not Dawn til Dusk!!! Surely!

"Yes, and don't call me Surely!" or something like that.
 

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#20
mysteron said:
BuggerAll said:
How about: "My own brother, a goddam shitsucking vampire. You wait 'til Mom finds out!"
Far too easy - From Dawn 'til Dusk.

How about:

"Haggis..... what is haggis?"
Not "Dawn 'til Dusk" - obviously harder than you thought!
 

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