Bogie56

Great One-Liners

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There’s a line in the Maltese Falcon, in which Bogart’s Sam Spade tells Brigid O'Shaughnessy what he thinks about her convoluted tale: “We didn’t believe your story. We believed your $200.”

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"Drawn Together - Alzheimers That Ends Well"

(Dr) Wooldoor Sockbat....Relax Clara, lots of p****s has freckles like Ron Howard.

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"South Park - The Poor Kid" (2011)

Eric Cartman....My mama is so poor, she opened a Gmail account just so she could  eat the spam.

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My cousin is so fat, he can lose all his money in a poker game and still walk away with a pot

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"The Predator" (2018)

Quinn..... What are you? 
Predator....** unintelligible **
Quinn.... Shut the **** up. 

Quinn shoots it in the head multiple times. 

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Watching "Child 44" (2015) at present on Audience channel.

General Mikhail Nesterov...... There is no murder in paradise.

 

Another good film starring Gary Oldman. 

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At the end of "My Best Friend's Wedding", Rupert Everett says to Julia Roberts, upon winning her, "Maybe there won't be marriage, maybe there won't be sex, but, my God, there will be dancing."

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From Ladies of Leisure (1930):

"Listen Eleanor Glynn. You can’t–weigh–sex appeal.”

Prevost: “Oh, and a cup of coffee”
Waiter: “Large or small?”
Prevost: “Do I look like a small cup of coffee?”

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A Dialogue card from THE CROWD reads "Marriage is not a word, it's a sentence!" 😄

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