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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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The Fisher King (1991)

“I don’t mean to be flippant or to enrage you or anything, but you’re a psychotic man,” says Jack Lucas.  Parry says, “I know.”  Jack responds, “A very nice psychotic man.”  Parry replies, “Thank you.” After having made the critically … Continue reading

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Joan of Arc (1948)

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“You say that you are my judges.  I do not know if you are, but I say this: take care not to judge me wrongly, for in truth, I am sent by God, and you place yourself in great danger,” … Continue reading

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Fantastic Mr. Fox (2009)

“This story’s too predictable,” says Mrs. Fox.  “Predictable?  Really?  Then, how does it end?” asks Mr. Fox.  Mrs. Fox replies, “In the end, we all die.  Unless you change.” From Bottle Rocket through The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson has … Continue reading

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The Hateful Eight (2015)

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“If he’s a goddamn sheriff, then I’m a monkey’s uncle!” exclaims John “The Hangman” Ruth in reference to Chris Mannix.  Daisy Domergue replies, “Good, then you can go share bananas with your nigger friend in the stable!” Quentin Tarantino has … Continue reading

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Suspicion (1941)

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“If you’re going to kill somebody, do it simply,” says Johnnie Aysgarth. Alfred Hitchcock’s 1940 Best Picture Oscar winner Rebecca was the first film he directed in the U.S. after having spent over 15 years making films in the U.K.  … Continue reading

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Hush…Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964)

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“Why wouldn’t I tell him that his pure, darling little girl was having a dirty little affair with a married man?” says Miriam Deering.  Charlotte Hollis replies, “You’re a vile, sorry little bitch!” Bette Davis had an interesting year in 1964.  … Continue reading