Didn't put enough dirt down. Saw it...right off.
So...what movie does this line come from?
How about Squeak's line? You just a big ol' heifer!
Why Kate, you're not wearing a bustle. How lewd.
Another Doc Holliday line...It's true, you are a good woman. Then again, you may be the Antichrist. Doc Holliday had a lot of good ones.
I love Jebediah Nightlinger's line... It smells of boy in here. (Gosh, I raised two boys, and that smell is real...I've used this line over and over again)
Wil Anderson said, Big mouth don't make a big man.
Do you know who Wil Anderson is? Hint...one of John Wayne's rolls.
Speaking of Wil, how about Will Munny's line. Funny thing, killin' a man. You take away everything he's got and everything he's gonna have.
Another character in this movie...Clyde, a one armed deputy, loaded down with guns says, Well I just don't want to be killed for lack of shootin' back.
You're going the wrong way...line from a John Candy movie. That movie had so many great lines, probably why we watch it over and over again.
This was so funny when I heard it the first time. This was a line spoken by Charlie McCorry, aka Ken Curtis, aka Festus...but what movie??? I know you know this one. Merry Christmas. Shitter was full. but, this one almost slipped by me. Better take a rain check on that. Art-he's got a lip fungus they ain't identified yet...
Elk don't know how many legs a horse has.
Professor Lillian Stone said this. What happened was inevitable. The way it happened was unconscionable. This was/is a great line from a mediocre movie. Perhaps I could learn to hate with the proper vigor from you, Al. A few more memorable lines from that movie. Why does the White-Eye want all land? With all this land, why is there no room for the Apache? Must be a Texan. Lowest form of white man there is.
Who is this person who speaks to me as though I needed his advice? I think of this line when my grand babies (under 10 years old) are telling me when and how... This line may not be as remembered as this one from the same movie. Every man dies, not every man really lives. Another line from another movie says it like this..By God Woodrow, it's not dyin' I'm talking 'bout, it's livin'. I hate rude behavior in a man...I won't tolerate it. And, Ain't much of a crime, whackin a surly bartender.
One of my favorite lines in Lonesome Dove is...Dan hates sodbusters. Hates their guts and livers. Now that's reeel hate...ha ha ha!
Do you know who plays Daryl Van Horne? Loved this line...I see men, sixty, seventy years old breaking their balls to stay fit! What for? When I die, I want to be sick, not healthy. It touched me! It's been touching you for 12 years, you never freak! Not you...A thing. What thing? That thing. Oh, it's just a little sparrow. C'mon Roman, it's got ears!
Let's not forget long time favorite...Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn...
But my favorite all time line was John Candy's in Vacation.
Sorry, folks...park's closed. The moose out front shoulda told ya.
These are not all of my favorite lines...just some that I'm just sitting here remembering. I was just thinking about the impact that movies play in our lives. These words come out of me at the strangest of times, like when a store is closed. Someone says they hate something. Talking about raising boys... Now I'm going to show my age here, but what kind of sayings are the younger generations learning from all their movies? Books??? Do any, of this younger generation, even read books anymore? Ooh they read, if in college, but so many are not in college, running the streets/stores with a gansta, tough guy/girl mentality. I worked yesterday, stopped at Walmart, came home and was tired and just turned on TV to chill out. There was nothing on except reality, horror and gansta. I don't know if it was the lack of TV programs or stopping by Walmart that started this tangent...