"Where else would you go when you have an ax to grind?"
Thursday, June 23, 2005
Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Top 100 film lines
The American Film Institute has released a list of what it considers the top 100 film lines of all time which of course means lines from U.S. films only. As usual, crappy 80s and 90s movie and older schlock like "Gone with the Wind" are over represented while great lines from earlier classics are absent . Also appearing are some lines from plays like A Street Car Named Desire that became films. Lines like "Snap out of it" from Moonstruck and anything from steaming piles of crap like Dirty Dancing, Dead Poets Society and Terminator 2 should have been thrown over the side for better lines like:
1. "I bet I can eat 50 eggs"
2."We're on a mission from God"
3."Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?"
4."Where do you want me to hold it?" - "between your knees!"
5."Saigon, shit, I'm still in Saigon"
6."We deal in lead, friend"
7."Goooooood Morning Vietnaaaaam!"
8."That's mighty big talk from a one-eyed fat man" "Fill your hand you son-of-a-bitch"
9."Peel me a grape, Beulah"
10."I'm out of order? You're out of order! The whole damn system is out of order"
11."Was you ever bit by a dead bee?"
13."Never get out of the boat"
14. "The first rule of fight club is you don't talk about fight club. The second rule of fight club is you don't talk about fight club."
15."Quick, close the doors, there's a traitor inside trying to escape"
16. "Who are those guys?"
17. "What are you rebelling against anyways?" "Whaddya got?"
18. "I love children, could never eat a whole one, but I love the little tykes"
19. "The new phone book's here! the new phone book's here!"
20. "I crap bigger than you"
A virtual cigar to whoever can name all the actors speaking these line and which the movies they come from. No googling. I did it all off the top of my head after a 14 hour shift, so I take no responsibility nor do I make any claims of complete accuracy.
Monday, June 20, 2005
Sunday, June 19, 2005
Kudos to the Talent Show
Ross over at the Talent Show explains something to the intellectually disadvantaged that is pretty blatantly obvious to anyone with both a penis and more than a half dozen working braincells - that rape is evil, "no" means "no, goddamit keep your meathook to yourself" and there is no such thing as "asking for it"
Read it The Talent Show: I Am Not My Cock