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Post by Tegan » Thu Mar 29, 2007 2:04 pm

leftsaidfred wrote:
DaGeneral wrote:I knew you'd say that.
That quote is probably from at least twenty bad movies Donald, so why don't you just go post elsewhere about how much an Illinois team sucks? HUH?

New quote:

"It's all right, it's okay! There's something to live for! Jesus told me so!"
Given LeftSaid's film ignorance, and given that I AM THE LAW, I judge him, and sentence him to twenty years in southeast Illinois or the Aspen Penal Colony ..... whichever is worse.

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Post by Jeremy Gibbs Paradox » Thu Mar 29, 2007 4:53 pm

leftsaidfred wrote:
DaGeneral wrote:I knew you'd say that.
That quote is probably from at least twenty bad movies Donald, so why don't you just go post elsewhere about how much an Illinois team sucks? HUH?

New quote:

"It's all right, it's okay! There's something to live for! Jesus told me so!"
American Movie.

This one is a true classic: "I'm gonna go across the street and, uh, schling a schlong."

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Post by pray for elves » Thu Mar 29, 2007 5:32 pm

When I recognize a quote from "Cold as Ice" I just have to repeat the mantra "there is no shame, only points". Curse you, allythin, for making me remember such a movie.

Here's one of my all time favorite bad movie lines:

Her: (sigh) I'm exhausted.
Him: Yeah, me too, but...you know I'm really wired. What do you say I...take you home and eat your pussy?

(And yes, the above is from a non-pornographic film, although the film could have been improved by having more graphic sex.)

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Post by ecks » Thu Mar 29, 2007 5:34 pm

DeisEvan wrote:Her: (sigh) I'm exhausted.
Him: Yeah, me too, but...you know I'm really wired. What do you say I...take you home and eat your pussy?
I'm somewhat ashamed, but I actually recognized that movie line before I googled it... it's from Shark Attack 3: Megalodon. Let me tell you, that line is quite a shocker when you're watching a movie half awake at 3 AM with a bunch of people, half of whom are drunk.

New line: "Cal honey, wake up, we're at Grandma's"

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Post by pray for elves » Thu Mar 29, 2007 6:04 pm

I'm not going to answer the latest quote, but I figured for the benefit of those of you who haven't seen Shark Attack 3, here's the line:

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Post by Ethnic history of the Vilnius region » Thu Mar 29, 2007 6:07 pm

allythin wrote:
leftsaidfred wrote:
DaGeneral wrote:I knew you'd say that.
That quote is probably from at least twenty bad movies Donald, so why don't you just go post elsewhere about how much an Illinois team sucks? HUH?

New quote:

"It's all right, it's okay! There's something to live for! Jesus told me so!"
American Movie.

This one is a true classic: "I'm gonna go across the street and, uh, schling a schlong."
The Jesus quote was in American Movie, but it was a quote from a movie within the movie. I think the movie within was called Northwestern or something. Sorry to break the flow.

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Post by Rothlover » Thu Mar 29, 2007 6:36 pm

The Shock Master wrote:
allythin wrote:
leftsaidfred wrote:
DaGeneral wrote:I knew you'd say that.
That quote is probably from at least twenty bad movies Donald, so why don't you just go post elsewhere about how much an Illinois team sucks? HUH?

New quote:

"It's all right, it's okay! There's something to live for! Jesus told me so!"
American Movie.

This one is a true classic: "I'm gonna go across the street and, uh, schling a schlong."
The Jesus quote was in American Movie, but it was a quote from a movie within the movie. I think the movie within was called Northwestern or something. Sorry to break the flow.
The movie in American Movie was The Coven, man.

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Post by millionwaves » Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:23 am

ecks wrote:
DeisEvan wrote:Her: (sigh) I'm exhausted.
Him: Yeah, me too, but...you know I'm really wired. What do you say I...take you home and eat your pussy?
I'm somewhat ashamed, but I actually recognized that movie line before I googled it... it's from Shark Attack 3: Megalodon. Let me tell you, that line is quite a shocker when you're watching a movie half awake at 3 AM with a bunch of people, half of whom are drunk.

New line: "Cal honey, wake up, we're at Grandma's"
Wow, CHRISTOPHER STONE, you've posted a quote that neither google, nor yahoo, nor imdb can identify, which makes you GEORGE RYAN's PRISON BITCH in my book.

However - there is redeeming quality in having Springfield listed as a location, so I take it all back. Where the hell IS that quote from?

Also, new quote:

"Everything I've ever cared about, everything I've worked for, it's all been in preparation for a future that no longer exists. I know you always thought I took the competition too seriously. You were right. It was all for nothing.

No, I just said that to avoid admitting the truth.

The truth about what?

About why I joined the team. I joined it because of you."

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Post by bigdogstalfos » Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:50 am

The quote about Cal is from Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie. Yeah, that's right.

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Post by millionwaves » Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:52 am

Much obliged, kupo!

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Post by ecks » Fri Mar 30, 2007 11:35 am

bigdogstalfos wrote:The quote about Cal is from Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie. Yeah, that's right.
Ding ding! We have a winner! Maybe since it's MST3K it's more of a meta-quote than a real quote... kinda like the American/Coven thing.

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Post by fool_by_compulsion » Fri Mar 30, 2007 2:09 pm

ecks wrote:Ding ding! We have a winner! Maybe since it's MST3K it's more of a meta-quote than a real quote... kinda like the American/Coven thing.
The movie featured in the MST3K feature movie was "This Island Earth," an absolutely horrible flick, though admittedly not as bad as some of the pictures sporked by that show (Manos, mentioned previously, ranks fairly high, I'd say...)
millionwaves wrote:"Everything I've ever cared about, everything I've worked for, it's all been in preparation for a future that no longer exists. I know you always thought I took the competition too seriously. You were right. It was all for nothing.

No, I just said that to avoid admitting the truth.

The truth about what?

About why I joined the team. I joined it because of you."
The Day After Tomorrow, at least according to Google (in which, I understand, there is a quiz bowl scene, but not an accurate one...too bad...)

New quote:
Suddenly there was no trail. There was no giant, no monster, no thing called Douglas to be followed. There was nothing in the tunnel but the puzzled men of courage who suddenly found themselves alone with shadows and darkness. With the telegram, one cloud lifts, and another descends. Astronaut Frank Douglas, rescued, alive, well, and of normal size some 8000 miles away in a lifeboat.

One of the <sarcasm>best</sarcasm> endings to a movie anywhere. Ever. I dare you to find a better one.
"Enter a messenger with two heads and a hand." -- Titus Andronicus

"Exit, pursued by a bear." -- The Winter's Tale

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Post by bigdogstalfos » Fri Mar 30, 2007 3:29 pm

That would be Monster a-Go-Go, or however it's hyphenated. If anyone gets this bad boy, I'll be impressed:

"This is Chin's territory. He wouldn't like you."
"Who the (insert expletive here) is Chin?"

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Post by AKKOLADE » Sat Mar 31, 2007 6:22 pm

ecks wrote:kinda like the American/Coven thing.
I posted that quote so I could screw things up.

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Post by dxdtdemon » Tue Apr 03, 2007 12:22 am

My server went haywire and I accidentally posted the answer to one that someone else already got. Sorry.

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Post by Captain Sinico » Tue Apr 03, 2007 1:03 am

quantumfootball wrote:My server went haywire and I accidentally posted the answer to one that someone else already got. Sorry.
God damnit, Jonathan Graham, that's the worst movie quote I've ever heard.

Okay, here's one.

[throws television out window] "Take that, fuckers!" [grabs broken window]

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Post by millionwaves » Tue Apr 03, 2007 1:37 pm

Even without Google, Mike, I can tell you that that's from Pink Floyd's The Wall, which is just trippy enough to merit inclusion in this thread.

Continuing with a theme here, the new quote is:

"Now shut up!"

"Shut up- to me? I've had enough of it! I can't stand it any more! I'm gettin' off! Off!"

"Don't get historical!"

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Post by orangecrayon » Tue Apr 03, 2007 1:42 pm

Another trippy movie: "Magical Mystery Tour."

Next quotation:
-- "Heidi! You've been overeating again, haven't you?"
-- "Uhm, no."
-- "Then why is there black forest cake in your cleavage?"

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Post by millionwaves » Wed Apr 04, 2007 1:36 am

Ha, this is Meet the Feebles, of course - fine choice indeed.

New quote:

"Anybody wanna go fly a kite with me tonight? I hear it's great weather for flying KITES! I wonder if there's any KITES around here we can fly!"
"Hey listen, Cavanaugh. It's not kite, it's KIKE! K-I-K-E, "kike." You know, you're too stupid to even be a good bigot!"

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Post by shlack » Wed Apr 04, 2007 3:59 am

Porky's. The greatest movie to come out of Canada since. . .well, since ever.

New quote:
"We really shook the pillars of heaven, didn't we, Wang?"

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Post by AKKOLADE » Wed Apr 04, 2007 6:53 am

What is Porky's and Big Trouble in Little China doing in the bad movie thread?
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Post by Matthew D » Wed Apr 04, 2007 6:57 am

That would be Big Trouble in Little China spoken by Jack Burten

"YOU LIAR! You know what I'm going to about this....Absolutely nothing, because if go to court, it'll just drain eight hours of my life I'll never get back, and you'll probably stiff me anyway.

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Post by Tegan » Wed Apr 04, 2007 6:19 pm

Can any Jim Carey movie ... evne Liar, Liar be that bad?

And I second: Big Trouble in Little China cannot be on a "bad movie" list.


Next:
"Maam, for you I missed my nuptuals for the first time in decades .... that's how much I want you. I know I'm a ghost and a murderer but forget about all that ....."

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Post by No Sollositing On Premise » Wed Apr 04, 2007 10:44 pm

That's from High Spirits, starring Peter O'Toole and Darryl Hanah (the ghost with the quote). Awful movie.

Howzabout this one:

"Really? Well... what does 'no-no Grampy three-dee grr' mean?"

If you know this one, then you should be ashamed of yourself.
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Post by theMoMA » Wed Apr 04, 2007 11:51 pm

Dude, why would you even bring up the Land Before Time? That's one of the recent ones I think...I'd guess seven if I had to.

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Post by shlack » Thu Apr 05, 2007 1:15 am

leftsaidfred wrote:What is Porky's and Big Trouble in Little China doing in the bad movie thread?
Both feature Kim Catrall. Does anything else need to be said?

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Post by Tegan » Thu Apr 05, 2007 8:22 am

theMoMA wrote:Dude, why would you even bring up the Land Before Time? That's one of the recent ones I think...I'd guess seven if I had to.

"Life is NOT a malfunction!"
Guessing cold, I suspect that this is Short Circuit ....... not only mid-late Steve Gutenberg making it an automatic awful film, but borderlne racist at times. If I've got it right, a truly worthy film for a bad film thread.

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Post by Tegan » Thu Apr 05, 2007 8:23 am

shlack wrote:
leftsaidfred wrote:What is Porky's and Big Trouble in Little China doing in the bad movie thread?
Both feature Kim Catrall. Does anything else need to be said?
Oh c'mon! Would you damn Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country then?

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Post by No Sollositing On Premise » Thu Apr 05, 2007 4:00 pm

theMoMA wrote:Dude, why would you even bring up the Land Before Time? That's one of the recent ones I think...I'd guess seven if I had to.

"Life is NOT a malfunction!"
WRONG. It's the sixth one. I demand satisfaction! Or an insult to my person, for the sake of following the rules.
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