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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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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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Mildred Pierce (1945)

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“Personally, Veda’s convinced me that alligators have the right idea. They eat their young,” says Ida Corwin to Mildred Pierce. Joan Crawford was let out of her contract with MGM in the early 1940s and subsequently looked for challenging roles.  … 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

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The Philadelphia Story (1940)

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“You hardly know him,” says Tracy Lord.  C.K. Dexter Haven responds, “To hardly know him is to know him well.” One of my favorite Cary Grant/Katharine Hepburn team-ups is Howard Hawks’ 1938 comedy classic Bringing Up Baby.  They worked so … Continue reading

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Spotlight (2015)

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“This city, these people… making the rest of us feel like we don’t belong.  But they’re no better than us.  Look at how they treat their children.  Mark my words, Mr. Rezendes.  If it takes a village to raise a … Continue reading

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Psycho (1960)

“Oh, we can see each other.  We can even have dinner but respectably in my house with my mother’s picture on the mantel and my sister helping me broil a big steak for three,” says Marion Crane.  Sam Loomis responds, … Continue reading