In the film version of The Martian, Mark Watney says something at the end about what you do when you know you're going to die. Anybody have the exact quote?
Looking for entertaining Shakespeare movies with correct, quotable dialogue. [more inside]
I'm trying to find an excerpt/quote from Gone with the Wind (the movie). Someone (I think Rhett but I'm not sure) is criticizing Ashley (to his face? behind his back? can't remember) for being unfair to both Scarlett and Melanie. I thought it was along the lines of Ashley being too weak to either love her properly or give her up properly. Help? [more inside]
(Apologies for the vulgarity) I often find myself gravitating to the phrase "what's the point of life if not to give an asshole a hard time?" I really think this is a loose adaptation from a movie, but maybe I'm really the asshole. Rudimentary googling produces no answer. Anyone know the real quote and source? No probing analysis of my psyche or job necessary.
Need a movie, comic, or not-sappy quote to write in a card for a geeky coworker who is moving on to a better job. [more inside]
Help me purge this movie quote earworm: "Well ain't that sweeet!" [more inside]
What are some examples of classic movie dialogue which are instantly recognizable from sound alone? [more inside]
Help-me-remember-this-bad-movie-filter: There was a movie, perhaps 15+ years ago, that was about a orchestra violinist who lost his job and/or had some kind of car trouble that stranded him in a very small town. Hilarity (at least the attempt at hilarity ensues). The only thing that makes this movie memorable to me at all is an exchange between him and one of the residents, I think perhaps the tow truck driver. [more inside]
I am racking my brain over this one. Both Google and IMDB are failing me. In what movie or TV show does a character say the following quote (might not be the exact words): "Can you speak a little louder, only this time into my LAPEL?" See, the character is wearing a wire, and he's not very bright. Help me figure this one out!
In what film did this scene originate? The protagonist comes across a character that is suffering immensely. The character pleads, "Kill me. Killl meeee..." [more inside]
"It's a _____" Movie quotes needed. [more inside]
"It's too bad she won't live. But then again, who does?" Where, other than from Blade Runner, have I heard this quote? [more inside]
What 80's movie is this quote from and what exactly is the right quote? Its something like "I've got a girlfriend, we met at Niagara Falls. You wouldn't know her."
From what movie is the quote (or a variation of said quote ) "Whoa Whoa Whoa! We didn't say nothin' about no kids" from? Maybe something Buscemi or a Buscemi-like character might have said? Its driving me up a wall.
Can you help restore my sanity, where is this movie line from "Get out my way!" ? [more inside]
Looking for good sartorial quotes/sayings... [more inside]
Do you know what movie this quote comes from? "I kill you once, I kill you twice, I kill you three times." [more inside]