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movie quotes game

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type in a few lines from a movie... and others try to guess what movie!

ok, I'll start...

these are two quotes from a movie, from two different scenes...

"I'll come 'round sometime and get that squeak out of your door."

"I think we can't go around measuring our goodness by what we don't do - by what we deny ourselves, what we resist and who we exclude. I think we've got to measure goodness by what we embrace, what we create and who we include."

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From Chocolat. First line is Johnny Depp's and the second (can't recall the actor's name) is from the Easter sermon.

Okay, here's one:

"This new learning amazes me, Sir Bedevere. Explain again how sheep's bladders may be employed to prevent earthquakes."

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Okay, here's one:

"This new learning amazes me, Sir Bedevere. Explain again how sheep's bladders may be employed to prevent earthquakes."

The Holy Grail!!!

Here's mine

"Gotta Driver's License?",

"No, but I gotta Library Card"

"Close Enough"

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"Gotta Driver's License?",

"No, but I gotta Library Card"

"Close Enough"

SWAT

How about this:

"A toast to our success in the desert."

"When we are very far from here."

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Nice quote, Mission. I hope I'm correct that it's from "Indiana Jones".

Here's one:

"I love, that is all. But I love strongly, exclusively, steadfastly."

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Wasn't that Petunia Pig In the Warner Bugs Bunny Movie?

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!!!

No, matey, twas not

!!!

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Nice quote, Mission. I hope I'm correct that it's from "Indiana Jones".

Here's one:

"I love, that is all. But I love strongly, exclusively, steadfastly."

Me believes it was from "Impromptu" A 1990's something thing.

Heres on fer ya

"I dreamed a dream of you and it was a sweet dream. While it lasted. "

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First Knight.

How about this one:

"Don't you people have homes?"

BTW, I like the way Belloq says, "When we are very far from here." He can take the most mundane line and make it sound interesting. Kind of like the way that Gibbs says, "Aye, sea turtles!"

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I am sure 'bout this one. It is "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes"!

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I've never actually seen AOTKT.

Sorry, that's not it.

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wait ! I know I know! It was "Independance Day"

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there's always - we live by the rules, we die by the rules

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wait ! I know I know! It was "Independance Day"

You're just giving me a hard time, aren't you Diego? (It could also be from the forthcoming Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy...but it's not.)

I think Lady Snow's quote is from The Skulls. I'm not sure, though.

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:P you got it. i've seen the flick so many times and that's the only line that stays in my head!

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"Don't you people have homes?"

Caddyshack...

Yet another geek line for ya

"No, I'm from Iowa; I only work in space."

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I bet nobody's seen the movie this one's from:

"Gentlemen! May I propose a toast? To our two romantics: to one who sees what is, and to one who sees what can be; Lord grant that the two are compatible."

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Doc's quote is from one of the Star Trek movies - I think it was Kirk who said it. Probably from ST4 (the one about the whales) since that's the only one I've seen enough to remember anything from.

I'm not sure about the origin of jessie's quote. I think it should probably be stated:

"Gentlemen! May I propose a toast? To our two romantics: one who sees what is, and one who sees what can be; Lord grant that the two are compatible."

Sorry jess. The "to's" are redundant and in the movie business, time is important. :P

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We're going to need a bigger boat

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We're going to need a bigger boat

Jaws

Here's an easy one:

"My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die."

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I love that movie and that line, Jill

Duchess, I don't know for sure, so won't say what I'm thinking.

I bet nobody's seen the movie this one's from:

"Gentlemen! May I propose a toast? To our two romantics: to one who sees what is, and to one who sees what can be; Lord grant that the two are compatible."

jessie, you're probably right, cause I don't know yours either.

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Shawn of the Dead (What a great flick)

Ok, I cheated on jessie's line and looked it up since no one seems to know it and some people are ignoring it. It's from The Man From Snowy River.

My favorite "line" from Jaws is the song:

"Show me the way to go home

I'm tired and I wanna go to bed

I had a little drink about an hour ago

And it got right to my head

Where'er I may roam

O'er land or sea or foam

You can always hear me singin this song

Show me the way to go home."

Here's a tricksy one:

"A good fort needs a gap. The enemy must be lured in so we can attack them. If we only defend, we lose the war."

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yep. That was Shaun of the Dead.

I'm shocked I didn't get the Man from Snowy River. That was my favorite movie for years when I was little. Paved the way to a teen obsession with Louis Lamour novels, I suspect. :lol:

Duchess

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Oops! Misspelled Sean of the Dead. Sorry 'bout that.

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