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The Omen (1976)

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“These are knives.  He wants me to stab him!  He wants me to murder a child,” says Robert Thorn.  Keith Jennings responds, “It’s not a child.”  Thorn replies, “How can he know that?  Maybe he’s wrong.  It’s insane.  I won’t … Continue reading

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X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)

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“Who are you?” asks Erik Lehnsherr.  Apocalypse replies, “Elohim, Pushan, Ra.  I’ve been called many names over many lifetimes.  I am born of death.  I was there to spark and fan the flame of man’s awakening, to spin the wheel … Continue reading

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25 Years of Deadpool: Deadpool (2016)

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“Wait!  You may be wondering why the red suit?  Well, that’s so bad guys can’t see me bleed,” says Wade Wilson/Deadpool.  He points to a bad guy and continues, “This guy’s got the right idea.  He wore the brown pants.” The … Continue reading

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How To Marry A Millionaire (1953)

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“You don’t think he’s a little old?” asks Loco Dempsey.  Schatze Page responds, “Oh, grow up, will you?  Men with that much dough are never a little old.” 20th Century Fox responded to the rising popularity of television in the early 1950s … Continue reading

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Die Hard (1988)

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“Come out to the coast.  We’ll get together; have a few laughs,” says an exhausted John McClane. In 1987, 20th Century Fox released Predator, an excellent science fiction action film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as the leader of a group of … Continue reading

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Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)

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“Time is an abyss… profound as a thousand nights…  Centuries come and go… To be unable to grow old is terrible…  Death is not the worst…  Can you imagine enduring centuries, experiencing each day; the same futilities?” says Count Dracula to … Continue reading

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The Fly (1986)

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“I’m afraid,” says Tawny to Seth Brundle.  Seth responds, “Don’t be afraid.”  Veronica Quaife walks in and warns Tawny, “Be afraid.  Be very afraid.” David Cronenberg’s 1986 classic The Fly isn’t the first film version of the story of a … Continue reading