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~K (Baseball) (Drinking) (Carousing) (Training)
~Q Last year I hit 59 home runs, never got to sleep before three, drank all night.
~A John Goodman
~F The Babe
~Y (1992)

~K (Entertainment)
~Q Gee, it's -- it's bigger than just a show.
~A Mickey Rooney
~F Babes In Arms
~Y (1939)

~K (Birth) (Schedules)
~Q . . . I can't have a baby because I have a 12:30 lunch meeting.
~A Diane Keaton
~F Baby Boom
~Y (1987)

~K (Needs)
~Q I need to work. I need people. I need a social life. I need sex.
~A Diane Keaton
~F Baby Boom
~Y (1987)

~K (Departures) (Town) (City)
~Q Iíve one thing on my mind, at this point in my life and thatís to get out of this moth eating town.
~A Diane Keaton
~F Baby Boom
~Y (1987)

~K (Position)
~Q Now, donít tell me in this great big building there ainít someplace for me.
~A Barbara Stanwyck
~F Baby Face
~Y (1933)

~K (Employment)
~Q Say, I like it here. How about a job?
~A Barbara Stanwyck
~F Baby Face
~Y (1933)

Baby's Day Out

Three inept kidnappers pursue an unbelievably agile toddler through the mean streets of Chicago in this slapstick romp from producer John Hughes, in the tradition of HOME ALONE and Road Runner cartoons.


~K (Food) (Body parts)
~Q I don't know about you, but I don't eat pieces of my body.
~A Brian Haley
~F Baby's Day Out
~Y (1994)

~K (Petty theft)
~Q We ain't here to nick no bricka-bracka -- we're here for the hit of a lifetime. You want to be a shoplifter go to JC Penney.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F Baby's Day Out
~Y (1994)

~K (Business) (Work) (Serious)
~Q We're serious about our work. You wanna make jokes, join the circus.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F Baby's Day Out
~Y (1994)

~K (Capers) (Crime)
~Q You really think we can get away with this?
No, I'm here because I have a wild curiosity about the electric chair.
~A Brian Haley
~A Joe Mantegna
~F Baby's Day Out
~Y (1994)

~K (Clothing) (Photographs)
~Q Madame, If I might make a suggestion, your garment du jour, while extremely magnificent, is so colorful I'm afraid it will dominate the photograph and detract from your natural beauty.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F Baby's Day Out
~Y (1994)

~K (Squealers)
~Q You dirty rotten little stool pigeon.
~A Joe Mantegna
~F Baby's Day Out
~Y (1994)

~K (Fire) (Entities)
~Q It's a living thing. . . It breaths, it eats and it hates.
~A Robert De Niro
~F Backdraft
~Y (1991)

~K (Cowards)
~Q Iíd punch you right in the nose if I wasnít afraid Youíd break my jaw.
~A Don Beddoe
~F The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
~Y (1947)

~K (Appeal)
~Q Now thereís a guy who never goes out of a girlís mind. He just stays there like a heavy meal.
~A Veda Ann Borg
~F The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer
~Y (1947)

~K (Love)
~Q Just say you love me. You donít have to mean it.
~A Carolyn Jones
~F The Bachelor Party
~Y (1957)

~K (Waiting) (Loneliness)
~Q I couldnít go back to waiting, to loneliness, could I, Walter?
~A Margaret Sullavan
~F Back Street
~Y (1941)

~K (Importance)
~Q I'm no longer important in your life.
~A Margaret Sullavan
~F Back Street
~Y (1941)

~K (Possibilities)
~Q I wonder what would have happened if. . .
~A Margaret Sullavan
~F Back Street
~Y (1941)

~K (Clouds)
~Q You're like a shadow over our lives.
~A Charles Boyer
~F Back Street
~Y (1941)

~K (Seduction)
~Q He was trying to seduce me with domestic champagne.
~A Susan Hayward
~F Back Street
~Y (1961)

~K (Affairs)
~Q Other people's love affairs are always funny.
~A Susan Hayward
~F Back Street
~Y (1961)

~K (Love)
~Q This is crazy, but I love you.
~A Susan Hayward
~F Back Street
~Y (1961)

Back To School Back To School

A self-made millionaire decides to join his only son who is having difficulty in fitting in at school as a freshman in college. This impulse gesture sets him on a path to much laughter, a little romance, a lesson in things that money can't buy and unanimous acclaim as the most popular man on campus.


~K (Drink) (Beer)
~Q Bring a pitcher of beer every seven minutes until someone passes out, then bring one every ten minutes.
~A Rodney Dangerfield
~F Back to School
~Y (1986)

~K (Fat)
~Q Hi there! Are you a large person, pleasantly plump, a little on the hefty side perhaps? Well, let's face it, are you fat?
~A Rodney Dangerfield
~F Back to School
~Y (1986)

~K (History)
~Q I hold history very sacred. . . the way the farmer looks at the earth and he holds it sacred.
~A Sam Kinison
~F Back to School
~Y (1986)

~K (Conversation) (Intelligentsia)
~Q This is the sort of conversation you'd hear at the Kissingersí.
~A Demian Slade
~F Back to the Beach
~Y (1987)

Bad and the Beautiful

Vincente Minnelli directed this scathing study of the movie industry and Hollywood glamour. An egotistical producer, Jonathan Shields (Douglas), determined to prove himself the finest filmmaker of all, gladly steps all over those who helped him when he was starting out. Told from the perspective of three victims -- an actress (Turner), a writer (Powell), and a director (Sullivan) -- this picture captured five Oscars and also includes what many believe is Turner's finest performance ever.


~K (Effort)
~Q For nothing, you get nothing.
~A Walter Pidgeon
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Rights)
~Q Get that look off your face. Who gave you the right to dig into me and turn me inside out and decide what Iím like?
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Charm)
~Q He had enough charm for the three of us.
~A Dick Powell
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Habits)
~Q Heís an experience -- and heís habit-forming. If they could ever bottle him, heíd outsell ginger ale.
~A Barry Sullivan
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Intelligence)
~Q I always said the boy was a genius.
~A Walter Pidgeon
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Results) (Decisions)
~Q Iím flattered you want me and bitter you got me!
~A Dick Powell
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Opportunity)
~Q I wouldnít have missed this for anything.
~A Gloria Grahame
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Beginnings)
~Q Letís do it!
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Credit)
~Q Look, folks, youíve got to give the devil his due. We all owe him something, and you know it, and youíve had plenty of years to think it over.
~A Walter Pidgeon
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Possession)
~Q Maybe I donít want anybody to own me -- you or anybody.
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Reading) (Books)
~Q Read any good books lately?
~A Lana Turner
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Men) (Greatness)
~Q There are no great men, buster. There are only men.
~A Elaine Stewart
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Party)
~Q Why, right in the middle of everything, suddenly I knew one thing so clearly: the partyís where you are.
~A Lana Turner
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Credit) (Ideas)
~Q Without me it would have stayed an idea.
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Walking) (Modeling)
~Q Would you walk over there, please.
~A Barbara Billingsly
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Death) (Life)
~Q You canít be a star in a cemetery.
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Bad and the Beautiful
~Y (1952)

~K (Credentials)
~Q You forgot your boarding pass.
~A Martin Lawrence
~F Bad Boys
~Y (1996)

~K (Plans)
~Q Doing what ever needs doing.
~A Laurence Fishburne
~F Bad Company
~Y (1995)

~K (Hesitant)
~Q Does that give you pause?
~A Frank Langella
~F Bad Company
~Y (1995)

~K (Trouble) (Admiration)
~Q He is a nasty piece of work.
~A Frank Langella
~F Bad Company
~Y (1995)

~K (Men)
~Q He's an aggressive, healthy, hetero-sexual male.
~A Ellen Barkin
~F Bad Company
~Y (1995)

~K (Forever)
~Q I decide when forever ends.
~A Laurence Fishburne
~F Bad Company
~Y (1995)

~K (Lies)
~Q Confess to one lie, to continue another.
~A Rob Lowe
~F Bad Influence
~Y (1990)

~K (Desire) (Fear)
~Q Tell me what you really desire and what you really fear.
~A Rob Lowe
~F Bad Influence
~Y (1990)

Badlands Badlands

Film debut for director Terence Malick.


~K (Killing)
~Q I killed them because they was bounty hunters who wanted the reward money. If they was policemen, just being paid for doing their job, that would have been different.
~A Martin Sheen
~F Badlands
~Y (1974)

~K (Choices)
~Q I made a resolution never again to take up with any hell-bent types.
~A Sissy Spacek
~F Badlands
~Y (1974)

~K (Popularity)
~Q I wasn't popular at school on account of having no personality and not being pretty.
~A Sissy Spacek
~F Badlands
~Y (1974)

~K (Maturity) (Giggles)
~Q She could talk like a grown-up woman, without a lot of giggles.
~A Martin Sheen
~F Badlands
~Y (1974)

~K (Similarities)
~Q Weíre two of a kind.
~A Michael Pare
~F Bad Moon
~Y (1996)

~K (Drunk) (Death)
~Q Iím drunk. Itís a pleasure to stay drunk when your little boyís been killed.
~A Eileen Heckart
~F The Bad Seed
~Y (1956)

~K (Society)
~Q Oh, Iím quite aware you come from a high level of society.
~A Eileen Heckart
~F The Bad Seed
~Y (1956)

~K (Electric Chairs) (Furniture)
~Q They got a little blue chair for little boys and a little pink chair for little gals.
~A Henry Jones
~F The Bad Seed
~Y (1956)

~K (Kisses)
~Q What will you give me for a basket of kisses?
~A Patty McCormack
~F The Bad Seed
~Y (1956)

~K (Song) (Waiting) (Music)
~Q Your song can wait.
~A Vincent Price
~F Bagdad
~Y (1949)

~K (Love)
~Q I love him because heís the kind of guy who gets drunk on a glass of buttermilk, and I love the way he blushes right up over his ears.
~A Barbara Stanwyck
~F Ball of Fire
~Y (1941)

~K (Romance)
~Q I think of her every waking moment.
~A Gary Cooper
~F Ball of Fire
~Y (1941)

~K (Love)
~Q Itís a very important moment -- a new chapter. In fact, for me, itís the first chapter. For what has my life been up to now? A preface? An empty foreword.
~A Gary Cooper
~F Ball of Fire
~Y (1941)

~K (Mother) (Death)
~Q Your mother can't be with you, anymore.
~A The Great Prince
~F Bambi
~Y (1942)

BAND WAGON BAND WAGON

BAND WAGON


~K (Pain)
~Q I can stand anything but pain.
~A Oscar Levant
~F The Band Wagon
~Y (1953)

~K (Theatre)
~Q I tell you if it moves, if it stimulates you, if it entertains you -- itís theater.
~A Jack Buchanan
~F The Band Wagon
~Y (1953)

~K (Movements)
~Q She came at me in sections. More curves that the scenic railway.
~A Fred Astaire
~F The Band Wagon
~Y (1953)

~K (Solutions)
~Q Suddenly, all the pieces fitted together.
~A Fred Astair
~F The Band Wagon
~Y (1953)

~K (Arguments)
~Q Weíre not quarreling! Weíre in complete agreement! We hate each other!
~A Nanette Fabray
~F The Band Wagon
~Y (1953)

~K (Death) (Scoundrels)
~Q When I die, in the newspapers they'll write that the sons of bitches of this world have lost their leader.
~A Vincent Gardenia
~F Bang the Drum Slowly
~Y (1973)

BAREFOOT CONTESSA ('54) BAREFOOT CONTESSA ('54)

DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Full Frame - 1.33 Audio: Dolby Digital Mono - English Dolby Digital Mono - French Dolby Digital Mono - Spanish Additional Release Material: Trailers - 1. Original Theatrical Traile


~K (Plans)
~Q And, once more, life louses up the script.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Movies) (Success)
~Q Do you think really I could be a star?
~A Ava Gardner
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Departures)
~Q For four years, Iíve invited the guests and bought the favors and provided the entertainment and cleaned up the dirt and paid off the waiters and paid off the cops and paid off the papers and paid off the guests, and now itís Good Night, Ladies, The Partyís Over -- Iíve had a Lovely Evening, but I Must Be Going.
~A Edmond OíBrien
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Creative)
~Q He had as much in common with anything creative as I have with nuclear physics.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Public relations)
~Q He is a public relations counselor, which can be many things -- unrelated and not public at all.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Shoes) (Feet)
~Q I hate shoes. . . I wear them to dance or to show myself, but I feel afraid in shoes and I feel safe with my feet in the dirt.
~A Ava Gardner
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Viewpoint) (Profession)
~Q I suppose that when you spend most of your life in one profession, you develop what could be called an occupational point of view.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Celebrities) (Beautiful people)
~Q Itís as if ordinary human beings living ordinary lives had suddenly vanished from the earth, and the world was suddenly full of butterflies shaped like people.
~A Edmond OíBrien
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Life) (Movies) (Films) (Philosophy)
~Q Life, every now and then, behaves as though it had seen too many bad movies, when everything fits too well -- the beginning, the middle, the end -- from fade-in to fade-out.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Life) (Films) (Scripts)
~Q A script has to make sense, and life doesnít.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Love) (Heart)
~Q You understand now why it is so important to me for you to believe that I love you with all my heart. The report will tell you that almost the only un-destroyed part of me is my heart. I love you with all of it.
~A Rossano Brazzi
~F The Barefoot Contessa
~Y (1954)

~K (Position)
~Q I feel like we've died and gone to heaven -- only we had to climb up.
~A Mildred Natwick
~F Barefoot in the Park
~Y (1967)

~K (Marriage)
~Q Make him feel important. If you do that, you have a happy and wonderful marriage -- like two out of every ten couples.
~A Mildred Natwick
~F Barefoot in the Park
~Y (1967)

Basic Instinct Basic Instinct

Basic Instinct


~K (intelligence)
~Q Iím not stupid.
~A Sharon Stone
~F Basic Instinct
~Y (1992)

~K (Killing)
~Q Killing isn't like smoking, you can quit.
~A Sharon Stone
~F Basic Instinct
~Y (1992)

~K (Books)
~Q Whatís your new book about?
~A Michael Douglas
~F Basic Instinct
~Y (1992)

~K (Books) (Writing)
~Q Writing the book gives you an alibi.
~A Michael Douglas
~F Basic Instinct
~Y (1992)

~K (Creativity) (Writing)
~Q You make this stuff up, it has to be believable. It's called suspension of disbelief.
~A Sharon Stone
~F Basic Instinct
~Y (1992)

Batman Batman

Inspired by Frank Miller's graphic novel The Dark Knight Returns, this gothic, Wagnerian treatment of the Batman mythos explains the origins of Batman and his nemesis, the maniacal Joker (a ripe Jack Nicholson), who has sinister plans for the citizens of Gotham City. Academy Awards: Best Art Direction.


~K (Public relations)
~Q Can somebody tell me what kind of a world do we live in where a man dressed up as a bat gets all of my press?
~A Jack Nicholson
~F Batman
~Y (1989)

~K (Cosmetics) (Advice) (Cheerfulness)
~Q Put on a happy face.
~A Jack Nicholson
~F Batman
~Y (1989)

~K (Women)
~Q She's about to trade up.
~A Jack Nicholson
~F Batman
~Y (1989)

~K (Work) (Schedule) (Time)
~Q So much to do, so little time.
~A Jack Nicholson
~F Batman
~Y (1989)

~K (Anticipation) (Beauty)
~Q Wait till they get a load 'a me.
~A Jack Nicholson
~F Batman
~Y (1989)

~K (Laughter)
~Q What are you laughing at?
~A Jack Nicholson
~F Batman
~Y (1989)

~K (Toys)
~Q Where does he get those wonderful toys?
~A Jack Nicholson
~F Batman
~Y (1989)

Batman Forever Batman Forever

Batman Forever opened in the USA June 16, 1995. The film grossed a total of $184 million domestically. Jim Carrey replaced Robin Williams in the role of The Riddler. Color by Technicolor. Rated BBFC PG by the British Board of Film Classification.


~K (Direction)
~Q A man's gotta go his own way.
~A Val Kilmer
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Recovery)
~Q Broken wings mend in time.
~A Michael Gough
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Coffee)
~Q Caffeine will kill ya.
~A Jim Carrey
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Food) (Eating)
~Q Can I persuade you to take a sandwich with you, sir?
I'll get drive-through.
~A Michael Gough
~A Val Kilmer
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Winners)
~Q I am a winner. I am a winner. I am a winner.
~A Jim Carrey
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Friends) (Partnership)
~Q I don't need a friend. Right now, I need a partner.
~A Chris O"Donnell
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Knowledge) (Intelligence)
~Q If knowledge is power -- then God is I.
~A Jim Carrey
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Attention)
~Q Is everybody paying attention?
~A Jim Carrey
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Soul)
~Q I guess we're all two people. . . one in daylight. . . one in shadow.
~A Val Kilmer
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Women)
~Q I havenít had that much luck with women.
~A Val Kilmer
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Interests) (Automobiles)
~Q It must be the car. Chick's always dig the car.
~A Val Kilmer
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Books) (Writers)
~Q I've read your book. Insightful. . . naive. . . but insightful.
~A Val Kilmer
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Games) (Starting)
~Q Now the real game begins.
~A Jim Carrey
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Conclusions)
~Q Somebody tell the fat lady. . . she's on in five!
~A Jim Carrey
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Attentiveness)
~Q Spank me!
~A Jim Carrey
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Dreams)
~Q Thank you for giving me a new dream.
~A Val Kilmer
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Masks) (Soul)
~Q We all wear masks.
~A Val Kilmer
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Death) (Losing)
~Q Why can't you just die?
~A Tommy Lee Jones
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Life) (Vices)
~Q You above all should recognize the drawbacks of the life you choose.
~A Michael Gough
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Names)
~Q You can call me anything.
~A Drew Barrymore
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Understanding) (Knowledge)
~Q You're supposed to understand. . . I'll make you understand.
~A Jim Carrey
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Friendship)
~Q You've always been a true friend.
~A Tommy Lee Jones
~F Batman Forever
~Y (1995)

~K (Soul)
~Q We're the same. . . we're exactly the same. . . split right down the middle.
~A Michael Keaton
~F Batman Returns
~Y (1992)

~K (Death) (Life) (Activity)
~Q You're not dead yet, so stop living as if you are!
~A Bette Midler
~F Beaches
~Y (1988)

Beat the Devil Beat the Devil

John Huston and Truman Capote co-wrote the screenplay while working on location. A whimsical parody of The Maltese Falcon and other 1940's detective movies in which Bogart so often starred (and Huston directed).Tells of the exploits of a group of travelers on a steamboat who each hopes to carry off a huge swindle in the uranium fields of Northern Africa. While not a commercial success upon its release, the film has come to define the genre of spy movie spoofs.


~K (Beauty) (Character)
~Q . . . beware of those men. They're desperate characters. Not one of them looked at my legs.
~A Jennifer Jones
~F Beat the Devil
~Y (1954)

~K (Chile) (Germans)
~Q In Chile, the name of OíHara is -- is a tip-top name. Many Germans in Chile have become to be called OíHara.
~A Peter Lorre
~F Beat the Devil
~Y (1954)

~K (Sin)
~Q Isnít that what weíre all most concerned with? Sin.
~A Jennifer Jones
~F Beat the Devil
~Y (1954)

~K (Time)
~Q Time! Time! What is time? The Swiss manufacture it. The French hoard it. Italians want it. Americans say it is money. Hindus say it does not exist. Do you know what I say? I say time is a crook.
~A Peter Lorre
~F Beat the Devil
~Y (1954)

~K (England)
~Q Trouble with England, it's all pomp and no circumstance.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F Beat the Devil
~Y (1954)

~K (Associates) (Laughter)
~Q Very funny. Ha, ha, I like an associate of mine to have a sense of humor. A good laugh does more for the stomach muscles than five-minute sitting-up exercises.
~A Robert Morley
~F Beat the Devil
~Y (1954)

~K (Names)
~Q Why do you always make jokes about my name?
~A Peter Lorre
~F Beat the Devil
~Y (1954)

~K (Departure) (Bail-out)
~Q You're very wise to get out of it, escape while you can.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F Beat the Devil
~Y (1954)

~K (Dying)
~Q Keep shooting, you scum! You'll get a chance yet to die with your boots on.
~A Brian Donlevy
~F Beau Geste
~Y (1939)

~K (Jealous)
~Q I'm actually jealous of a 12-year old kid on a bike.
~A Tim Hutton
~F Beautiful Girls
~Y (1996)

~K (Past)
~Q How do I feel with you when the best years of your life were in high school?
~A Mira Sorvino
~F Beautiful Girls
~Y (1996)

~K (Variety) (Reality)
~Q Small hips -- small breasts. Big breasts -- big hips.
~A Rosie O'Donnell
~F Beautiful Girls
~Y (1996)

~K (Beauty) (Ugliness)
~Q There is ugliness in your heart.
~A Gilbert Roland
~F Beauty and the Bandit
~Y (1947)

~K (Children)
~Q Children believe what we tell them, they have complete faith in us. They believe a rose plucked from a garden can bring drama to a family. They believe the hands of a human beast will smoke when he slays a victim, and the beast will be ashamed when confronted with a young girl. They believe a thousand other simple things.
~A Jean Cocteau
~F Beauty and the Beast
~Y (1946)

~K Loses
~Q I lost everything in one second.
~A Christian Slater
~F Bed of Roses
~Y 1996

~K (Knowledge) (Women)
~Q The things I could have taught you about women!
~A Marlon Brando
~F Bedtime Story
~Y (1963)

~K (Happy)
~Q I feel real good about myself. You know what I mean?
~A Michael Keaton
~F Beetlejuice
~Y (1988)

~K (Ready)
~Q Itís show time!
~A Michael Keaton
~F Beetlejuice
~Y (1988)

~K (Departure)
~Q Look, I want out. . . for good.
~A Michael Keaton
~F Beetlejuice
~Y (1988)

~K (Support)
~Q Whatever the truth is, we're standing behind you.
~A Liam Neeson
~F Before and After
~Y (1996)

~K (Chief) (Job offers)
~Q How'd you like to be chief?
~A Roy Roberts
~F Behind Green Lights
~Y (1946)

~K (Acting)
~Q Mom was right. We should have gone straight instead of becoming actors.
~A Harry Ritz
~F Behind the Eight Ball
~Y (1942)

~K (Exclusion)
~Q Somebody doesn't want you around here.
~A William Demarest
~F Behind the Eight Ball
~Y (1942)

~K (Individuality) (Direction)
~Q I want to go my own way.
~A Robin Williams
~F Being Human
~Y (1994)

~K (Language) (Understanding)
~Q Why do you speak so different from everyone else?
~A Robin Williams
~F Being Human
~Y (1994)

~K (Voyeurism) (Observation)
~Q I like to watch.
~A Peter Sellers
~F Being There
~Y (1980)

~K (Appropriateness) (Spring)
~Q Spring is a time for planting.
~A Peter Sellers
~F Being There
~Y (1980)

~K (Beauty) (Inventory) (Proposals)
~Q I must have your golden hair, fascinating eyes, alluring smile, your lovely arms, your form divine. . .
Wait a minute. Wait a minute! Is this a proposal, or are you taking an inventory?
~A John Miljan
~A Mae West
~F Belle of the Nineties
~Y (1934)

~K (Missed) (Beauty)
~Q It's better to be looked over than to be overlooked.
~A Mae West
~F Belle of the Nineties
~Y (1934)

~K (Cities)
~Q You were born in St. Louis. What part?
Why. . . all of me.
~A John Miljan
~A Mae West
~F Belle of the Nineties
~Y (1934)

~K (Ability) (Understanding) (Relationships)
~Q Well, I guess youíll catch on.
~A Randolph Scott
~F Belle Starr
~Y (1941)

Bells of St. Mary's Bells of St. Mary's

The sequel to Going My Way is a sprightly McCarey concoction again featuring the ever-likeable Crosby. In this outing, Father O'Malley finds himself at cross-purposes with Bergman's Sister Superior. While helping the nuns educate and discipline the local children, and improving a little girl's unhappy family life, he also finds time to save the school from demolition by a greedy land developer. Bing sings Adeste Fidelis, The Bells of St. Mary's, and O Sanctissima with a children's choir, and sin


~K (Priests) (Faces)
~Q Did anyone ever tell you that you have a dishonest face -- for a priest, I mean?
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F The Bells of St. Mary's
~Y (1945)

~K (Men)
~Q Naturally, I like to see a man who can take care of himself. On the outside, itís -- itís a manís world.
~A Bing Crosby
~F The Bells of St. Mary's
~Y (1945)

~K (Boxing)
~Q Now, the four most valuable punches, it says here, are -- now let me show you -- the straight left, the right cross, the left hook and a right uppercut. See?
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F The Bells of St. Mary's
~Y (1945)

~K (Fighting) (Thinking)
~Q There are some times a man has to fight his way through.
Wouldnít it be better to -- to think your way through?
~A Bing Crosby
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F The Bells of St. Mary's
~Y (1945)

~K (Happiness)
~Q You have made me very happy!
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F The Bells of St. Mary's
~Y (1945)

~K (Gutter) (Drunks)
~Q I didn't drag myself out of the gutter to waste myself on a worthless drunk like you!
~A Deborah Kerr
~F Beloved Infidel
~Y (1959)

Ben Hur Ben Hur

One of the cinema's greatest epics because it's based on a compelling human story of revenge, bitterness, redemption and forgiveness. Heston is magnificent as the Prince of Judea, Ben Hur, who confronts the conquering Romans. His actions send him and his family into slavery - and an inspirational encounter with Jesus. The story moves from Judea to imperial Rome and back to Judea where Heston finally meets his rival Messala in a justly famous chariot race and rescues his suffering family - after


~K (Conclusions) (Work)
~Q It goes on, Judah. . . The race is not over.
~A Stephen Boyd
~F Ben-Hur
~Y (1959)

~K (Civilized) (Generosity) (Wives)
~Q One wife? One god, that I can understand -- but one wife! That is not civilized. It is not generous.
~A Hugh Griffith
~F Ben-Hur
~Y (1959)

~K (Rome)
~Q Rome is an affront to God.
~A Charlton Heston
~F Ben-Hur
~Y (1959)

~K (Hate)
~Q Your eyes are full of hate. . . That's good. Hate keeps a man alive.
~A Jack Hawkins
~F Ben-Hur
~Y (1959)

~K (Horses) (Managers) (Leadership) (Teams)
~Q Youíve seen my horses. They need only a driver who is worthy of them.
~A Hugh Griffith
~F Ben-Hur
~Y (1959)

~K (Food) (Grapes) (Raisins)
~Q . . . they taste sweet, but really they're just humiliated grapes. I can't say I'm a big supporter of the Raisin Council.
~A Mary Stuart Masterson
~F Benny and Joon
~Y (1993)

~K (Warnings)
~Q Beware, oh short one.
~A Lenny Henry
~F Bernard and the Genie
~Y (1992)

~K (Boasting)
~Q Boast ye, boast ye.
~A Rowan Atkinson
~F Bernard and the Genie
~Y (1992)

~K (Money)
~Q If you want money, work for it. I did.
~A Rowan Atkinson
~F Bernard and the Genie
~Y (1992)

~K (Fired) (Downsizing)
~Q I want you and your little philanthropic ass out of this building, pronto.
~A Rowan Atkinson
~F Bernard and the Genie
~Y (1992)

~K (Delight)
~Q Mate me with a mango.
~A Lenny Henry
~F Bernard and the Genie
~Y (1992)

~K (Music)
~Q My ears want to mate with this music and have its children.
~A Lenny Henry
~F Bernard and the Genie
~Y (1992)

~K (Exclamation)
~Q Take out my eye balls and fry them in ginger. This is unbelievable.
~A Lenny Henry
~F Bernard and the Genie
~Y (1992)

~K (Talents) (Clothing)
~Q Thereís more to me than fantastic pants.
~A Lenny Henry
~F Bernard and the Genie
~Y (1992)

~K (Feelings) (Wishes)
~Q You canít change peopleís feelings with wishes.
~A Lenny Henry
~F Bernard and the Genie
~Y (1992)

~K (Sex) (Age)
~Q I think it's wonderful he keeps trying.
~A Jessica Tandy
~F Best Friends
~Y (1982)

~K (Loyalty)
~Q He has every characteristic of a dog except loyalty.
~A Henry Fonda
~F The Best Man
~Y (1964)

~K (Headlines) (Politics) (Ego) (Serious)
~Q I donít object to your headline-grabbing and crying ďwolfĒ all the time -- thatís standard stuff in politics -- but it disturbs me you take yourself so seriously.
~A Lee Tracy
~F The Best Man
~Y (1964)

~K (Fools) (Ego) (Politics)
~Q Itís par for the course, trying to fool the people, but itís downright dangerous when you start fooling yourself.
~A Lee Tracy
~F The Best Man
~Y (1964)

~K (Men) (Desires)
~Q All a man wants is a little fun.
~A Brian Ahern
~F The Best of Everything
~Y (1959)

~K (Love)
~Q All I want is a man to love me. . . for a little while.
~A Suzy Parker
~F The Best of Everything
~Y (1959)

~K (Men)
~Q Here's to men. Bless their clean-cut faces and their dirty little minds.
~A Suzy Parker
~F The Best of Everything
~Y (1959)

~K (Affairs) (Shame)
~Q I'm so ashamed. Now I'm just somebody who's had an affair.
~A Diane Baker
~F The Best of Everything
~Y (1959)

~K (Granted)
~Q I will not be taken for granted.
~A Joan Crawford
~F The Best of Everything
~Y (1959)

~K (Love)
~Q I wish I were in love with someone who loved me.
~A Diane Baker
~F The Best of Everything
~Y (1959)

~K (Wife)
~Q You and your rabbit-faced wife can both go to hell!
~A Joan Crawford
~F The Best of Everything
~Y (1959)

~K (Friendship)
~Q What are you looking for?
A lost friend.
~A Hope Lange
~A Stephen Boyd
~F The Best of Everything
~Y (1959)

~K (Interference)
~Q What the hell is it to you anyway?
~A Hope Lange
~F The Best of Everything
~Y (1959)

~K (Celebrity)
~Q Who the hell are you?
~A Brian Ahern
~F The Best of Everything
~Y (1959)

BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES

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~K (Love) (Marriage)
~Q How many times have I told you I hated you and believed it in my heart? How many times have you said you were sick and tired of me and that we were all washed up? How many times have we had to fall in love all over again?
~A Myrna Loy
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Sneaking) (Love)
~Q I donít like the idea of you sneaking around corners to see Peggy, taking her love on a bootleg basis.
~A Fredric March
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Daughters)
~Q Iím going to do everything I can to keep her away from you, to help her forget about you and get married to some decent guy who can make her happy.
~A Fredric March
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Peace)
~Q . . . Iím sure youíll all agree with me if I said that now is the time for all of us to stop all this nonsense, face facts, get down to brass tacks, forget about the war and go fishing.
~A Fredric March
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Summaries)
~Q Iím just going to sum up in one word -- my wife doesnít think Iíd better sum it up in that one word.
~A Fredric March
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Profession)
~Q Iím really in the junk business -- an occupation for which many people feel Iím well qualified by temperament and training. Itís fascinating work.
~A Dana Andrews
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Future) (Effort)
~Q It may take us years to get anywhere. Not enough money, no decent place to live. Weíll have to work and sweat and get kicked around. . .
~A Dana Andrews
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Addresses) (Alive) (Survival)
~Q Ladies and gentlemen, Iím very happy to be here. In fact, Iím very happy to be anywhere.
~A Fredric March
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Rules)
~Q Last year, it was Kill Japs. This year, itís Make Money.
~A Fredric March
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Drink) (Service)
~Q Perhaps itíd be a good idea if you just put that bottle right down here in front of me, hmmm? Itíll save yourself quite a number of trips.
~A Fredric March
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Banks) (Loans)
~Q There are some who say that the old bank is suffering from hardening of the arteries and of the heart. I refuse to listen to such radical talk. I say that our bank is alive. Itís generous. Itís human. And weíre going to have such a line of customers seeking -- and getting -- small loans that people will think weíre gambling with the depositorsí money. And we will be. We will be gambling on the future of this country.
~A Fredric March
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Promises) (Vows)
~Q When we were married. . . the Justice of the Peace said something about ďfor richer, for poorer, for better, for worse.Ē Remember? Well, this is the worse.
~A Dana Andrews
~F The Best Years of Our Lives
~Y (1946)

~K (Fatherhood) (Family)
~Q I'll give him a taste of what he gave his own son: humiliation, despair, defeat!
~A Robert Duvall
~F The Betsy
~Y (1977)

~K (Ignored)
~Q I'm supposed to remain in some permanent social limbo?
~A Lesley-Anne Down
~F The Betsy
~Y (1977)

~K (Fools) (Women)
~Q There is no bigger fool in this world than a calculating woman who miscalculates.
~A Lesley-Anne Down
~F The Betsy
~Y (1977)

~K (Disaster) (Opportunity) (Problems)
~Q This isnít a problem, this is an incredible opportunity.
~A Alan Alda
~F Betsyís Wedding
~Y 1990

~K (Connections) (Networking)
~Q Iím a successful businessman. I know a lot of people. I know people who know people.
~A Joe Pesci
~F Betsyís Wedding
~Y 1990

~K (Creativity) (Conservative)
~Q My parents arenít really free spirits. to them being creative is buying low and selling high.
~A Dylan Walsh
~F Betsyís Wedding
~Y 1990

~K (Sadness) (Disappointment)
~Q I would be very deeply and profoundly saddened if I or anybody caused you a single moment of unhappiness.
~A Anthony LaPaglia
~F Betsyís Wedding
~Y 1990

~K (Music) (Romance) (Love)
~Q I listen to the radio and I think what kind of music does she like? Hard rock? Easy listening? Or maybe she likes classical music. . . like Sinatra.
~A Anthony LaPaglia
~F Betsyís Wedding
~Y 1990

~K (Driving)
~Q Are you driving with your eyes open, or are you like using the force?
~A Eddie Murphy
~F Beverly Hills Cop II
~Y (1987)

~K (Departure)
~Q Did you think you could run away?
~A Phyllis Thaxter
~F Bewitched
~Y (1945)

~K (Fighting)
~Q I've been fighting with you all of your life.
~A Phyllis Thaxter
~F Bewitched
~Y (1945)

~K (Laughter)
~Q I've never seen you laugh.
~A Stephen McNally
~F Bewitched
~Y (1945)

~K (Abnormal)
~Q There was apparently nothing abnormal about the girl.
~A Edmund Gwenn
~F Bewitched
~Y (1945)

~K (Death)
~Q Who will die when you die?
~A Edmund Gwenn
~F Bewitched
~Y (1945)

~K (Command)
~Q Why don't you let me take over now?
~A Phyllis Thaxter
~F Bewitched
~Y (1945)

~K (Location) (Goals) (Desire) (Death)
~Q If I don't get out of here, I'll die. Living here is like waiting for the funeral to begin. No, itís like waiting in the coffin for them to carry you out!
~A Bette Davis
~F Beyond the Forest
~Y (1949)

~K (Decorating) (Home)
~Q What a dump!
~A Bette Davis
~F Beyond the Forest
~Y (1949)

~K (Bullshit) (Fertilizer)
~Q . . . you're something to make the corn grow tall.
~A Bette Davis
~F Beyond the Forest
~Y (1949)

~K (Market research)
~Q What's a market research report?
Exactly!
~A Tom Hanks
~A Robert Loggia
~F Big
~Y (1988)

~K (Sarcasm) (Vacations)
~Q Have a nice trip?
~A Tom Arnold
~F Big Bully
~Y (1996)

~K (Bad News)
~Q Bad news sells best because good news is no news.
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Big Carnival
~Y (1951)

~K (New Mexico) (Places)
~Q Do you know what's wrong with New Mexico. . . too much outdoors.
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Big Carnival
~Y (1951)

~K (Nylons) (Church)
~Q I donít got to church. Kneeling bags my nylons.
~A Jan Sterling
~F The Big Carnival
~Y (1951)

~K (Writers) (Newspapers) (Nothing)
~Q Iím a thousand-dollar-a-day newspaperman. You can have me for nothing.
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Big Carnival
~Y (1951)

~K (Stubborn) (Hard-boiled)
~Q I met a lot of hard-boiled eggs in my life, but you -- youíre 20 minutes.
~A Jan Sterling
~F The Big Carnival
~Y (1951)

~K (Small towns) (Stuck) (Jobs)
~Q I'm stuck here, friends -- stuck for good.
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Big Carnival
~Y (1951)

~K (Lying) (Prepared)
~Q Iíve done a lot of lying in my time. Iíve lied top men who wear belts. Iíve lied to men who wear suspenders. But Iíd never be so stupid as to lie to a man who wears both belt and suspenders.
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Big Carnival
~Y (1951)

~K (Jobs) (Duration)
~Q When I came here, I thought this was going to be a 30-day stretch. Maybe 60. Now itís a year. It looks like a life sentence. Where is it? Whereís the loaf of bread with a file in it?
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Big Carnival
~Y (1951)

~K (Quiet) (Noise)
~Q What do you do for noise around here?
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Big Carnival
~Y (1951)

~K (Needs) (Forgiveness)
~Q When they need you -- they forgive and forget.
~A Kirk Douglas
~F The Big Carnival
~Y (1951)

Big Chill Big Chill

Seven members of a close-knit college group of friends are reunited fifteen years later after the eighth commits suicide. The funeral and reception lead to an extended weekend for all as they decide to spend time together pondering the recent events. Amidst a barrage of Motown classics, the members each offer little tidbits about their current lives while reminiscing about the past. In college, the absent and recently deceased Alex was the biggest and brightest star of the bunch but never seemed


~K (Alone)
~Q Well, wise up, folks. We're all alone out there, and tomorrow we're going out there again.
~A William Hurt
~F The Big Chill
~Y (1983)

~K (Generosity)
~Q She was one of the most generous women that ever lived.
~A Charles Laughton
~F The Big Clock
~Y (1948)

~K (Elevators) (Talking)
~Q We are not allowed to speak to people in the elevator.
~A Noel Niell
~F The Big Clock
~Y (1948)

Big Easy Big Easy

In this steamy, spicy mystery a prosecutor is sent to New Orleans to investigate police corruption. All the evidence points to a Cajun detective she falls in love with immediately, and though the trial forces him temporarily off the squad it doesn't stop him from investigating the case or from seeing her.


~K (Orders) (Listening)
~Q We don't have to listen to you, anymore.
~A John Goodman
~F The Big Easy
~Y (1987)

~K (Family)
~Q We're all family here, aren't we?
~A Dennis Quaid
~F The Big Easy
~Y (1987)

~K (The law) (Good guys)
~Q You're supposed to uphold the law, but instead you bend it and twist it and sell it. . . You're not one of the good guys anymore.
~A Ellen Barkin
~F The Big Easy
~Y (1987)

~K (Hell) (Cataclysm)
~Q Nothing could live through that.
~A Lindsay Crosby
~F Big Foot
~Y (1971)

~K (Decor) (Style) (Time)
~Q Early nothing.
~A Gloria Grahame
~F The Big Heat
~Y (1953)

~K (Like)
~Q I like her. . . I like her a lot.
~A Gloria Grahame
~F The Big Heat
~Y (1953)

~K (Approach)
~Q I'll have to go through life sideways.
~A Gloria Grahame
~F The Big Heat
~Y (1953)

~K (Rich) (Poor)
~Q Listen, I've been rich and I've been poor. Believe me, rich is better.
~A Gloria Grahame
~F The Big Heat
~Y (1953)

~K (Normal)
~Q From the neck down, you're a regular guy, Butch.
~A Chester Morris
~F The Big House
~Y (1929)

~K (Kidding)
~Q I was only kidding.
~A Wallace Berry
~F The Big House
~Y (1929)

~K (Manners) (Lessons) (Respect)
~Q Well, son, since you havenít learned to respect your elders, itís time you learned to respect your betters.
~A John Wayne
~F Big Jake
~Y (1971)

~K (Security) (Communism)
~Q And, for security reasons, donít call me comrade.
~A Alan Napier
~F Big Jim McLain
~Y (1952)

~K (Service) (Testify)
~Q I have subpoenas for everyone in this room.
~A John Wayne
~F Big Jim McLain
~Y (1952)

~K (Polite) (Manners)
~Q It doesn't cost anything to be polite.
~A John Wayne
~F Big Jim McLain
~Y (1952)

~K (Research) (Investigation)
~Q I wasn't too happy with this angle of the investigation.
~A John Wayne
~F Big Jim McLain
~Y (1952)

~K (Coercion)
~Q Not unless we have to.
~A John Wayne
~F Big Jim McLain
~Y (1952)

~K (Annoyance)
~Q You're pulling my shirt.
~A John Wayne
~F Big Jim McLain
~Y (1952)

~K (Words)
~Q Smiley, your words have hair on them.
~A Jack Palance
~F The Big Knife
~Y (1955)

~K (Joints)
~Q Could I have another joint?
~A Stan Laurel
~F The Big Noise
~Y (1944)

~K (Food) (Hunger)
~Q I'm famished.
~A Oliver Hardy
~F The Big Noise
~Y (1944)

Big Sleep Big Sleep

Chandler's first novel introduced private detective Philip Marlowe, and The Big Sleep set the standard for private detective movies. Down-at-the-heels private eye Marlowe gets the assignment to clean up after the daughters of a dying millionaire, but dead people have a nasty habit of trailing in their wake. The famously tortuous story line (Hawks supposedly asked Chandler to clarify a plot point about the murder of the family chauffeur; the novelist hadn't a clue as to who did the deed) seems be


~K (Entry)
~Q Convenient the door being open when you didnít have a key.
~A John Ridgely
~F The Big Sleep
~Y (1946)

~K (Manners)
~Q I don't mind if you don't like my manners. I don't like 'em myself. They're pretty bad. I grieve over 'em on long winter evenings.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Big Sleep
~Y (1946)

~K (Standings) (Evaluations)
~Q I like the way you work. In case you don't know it, you're doing all right.
~A Lauren Bacall
~F The Big Sleep
~Y (1946)

~K (Vice)
~Q Nice thing when a man has to indulge his vices by proxy.
~A Charles Waldron
~F The Big Sleep
~Y (1946)

~K (Sex) (Lust)
~Q She tried to sit on my lap while I was standing up.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Big Sleep
~Y (1946)

~K (Sex) (Lust)
~Q Speaking of horses. . . You've got a touch of class, but I don't know how -- how far you can go.
A lot depends on who's in the saddle.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~A Lauren Bacall
~F The Big Sleep
~Y (1946)

~K (Guns)
~Q My, my, my. Such a lot of guns around town and so few brains.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Big Sleep
~Y (1946)

~K (Enjoyment)
~Q I love it!
~A John Wayne
~F The Big Trail
~Y (1928)

~K (Information) (News)
~Q Iíve got some good news for you.
~A John Wayne
~F The Big Trail
~Y (1928)

~K (Ineffective) (Unpretentious)
~Q I'm just this good-natured slob that people think they can walk all over.
~A Dustin Hoffman
~F Billy Bathgate
~Y (1991)

~K (Positioning)
~Q Look at it this way. . . I'm the one sittin' here, and you're the one sittin' here. . . Now, who would you rather be at this moment?
~A Dustin Hoffman
~F Billy Bathgate
~Y (1991)

~K (Loyalty)
~Q You know what a loyal man is worth these days kid? His weight in gold, you remember that.
~A Dustin Hoffman
~F Billy Bathgate
~Y (1991)

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

The excitement and fun begin when a trio of interplanetary rulers dispatch a cool hipster from the 27th century to send two teenage boys - who should have been studying history instead of playing rock music - on a trip through time and history.


~K (Exclamations)
~Q Excellent!!!
~A Keanu Reeves
~A Alex Winter
~F Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
~Y (1989)

~K (Happenings)
~Q . . . strange things are afoot at the Circle K.
~A Keanu Reeves
~F Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
~Y (1989)

Billy Madison Billy Madison

In order to gain control of his family's billion dollar business, a man must win a bet that he can go through grades 1-12 again in 6 months. The fact that he's a hopeless goof who failed all these grades the first time doesn't help.


~K (Intelligence)
~Q I am the smartest man alive.
~A Adam Sandler
~F Billy Maddison
~Y (1995)

~K (Manpower)
~Q It takes more den two to tango.
~A Adam Sandler
~F Billy Maddison
~Y (1995)

~K (Sarcasm)
~Q No, I will not make out with you.
~A Adam Sandler
~F Billy Maddison
~Y (1995)

~K (Questions) (Thoughts) (Ideas)
~Q You just think of that?
~A Darren McGavin
~F Billy Maddison
~Y (1995)

~K (Guns) (Peace)
~Q Guns and shooting are going out. Law and order are on the march. the good people want to live together as good peaceful citizens.
~A Ian Hunter
~F Billy the Kid
~Y (1941)

~K (Human) (Soldiers) (Training) (Obedience)
~Q I don't want them human. I want them obedient.
~A Christopher Walken
~F Biloxi Blues
~Y (1988)

~K (Goals)
~Q To die and come back as a leotard?
~A Pauly Shore
~F Bio-Dome
~Y (1996)

~K (Heaven) (Paradise)
~Q Welcome to paradise.
~A Pauly Shore
~F Bio-Dome
~Y (1996)

~K (Women) (Qualities)
~Q They don't make women like that anymore.
~A Gene Hackman
~F The Bird Cage
~Y (1996)

Birds Birds

Hitchcock, the master of suspense, ventures into the realm of horror with the depiction of a world in which nature can go suddenly, terrifyingly mad. When Hedren appears in the idyllic coastal village of Bodega Bay with two lovebirds in tow, the local birds inexplicably begin to wage an all-out war on humans. Hitchcock's follow-up to Psycho tops even that landmark for shock value. Loosely based on a Daphne du Maurier short story.


~K (Birds) (Opponents) (Daddy)
~Q Daddy, there were hundreds of them.
~A Tippi Hedren
~F The Birds
~Y (1963)

~K (Fun)
~Q I think it might be fun.
~A Rod Taylor
~F The Birds
~Y (1963)

~K (Strength) (Character)
~Q I wish I were a stronger person.
~A Jessica Tandy
~F The Birds
~Y (1963)

~K (Characters) (Birds)
~Q These birds attacked.
~A Jessica Tandy
~F The Birds
~Y (1963)

~K (Children)
~Q We've got to get the children out of here.
~A Tippi Hedren
~F The Birds
~Y (1963)

~K (Dogs)
~Q Bird dogs' been known to hold a point a full hour.
~A Richard Lane
~F The Biscuit Eater
~Y (1940)

~K (Animals) (Dogs)
~Q It's easy to see how enough love and faith can outclass a whole kennel of thoroughbreds.
~A Lester Mathews
~F The Biscuit Eater
~Y (1940)

~K (Italians) (Gigolos)
~Q You just take your cheap Italian ass and hustle it somewhere else.
~A Joan Collins
~F The Bitch
~Y (1979)

~K (Stories) (Life)
~Q Why donít you tell me the story of your life. . . Just leave out everything except the last ten minutes.
~A James Coburn
~F Bite the Bullet
~Y (1975)

~K (Uninvolved) (Alone)
~Q I work all week and then on Sundays I watch other people ride the merry-go-round.
~A Silvana Mangano
~F Bitter Rice
~Y (1948)

~K (Cats)
~Q That house is doubly blest, Which to our feline friends gives rest.
~A Hugh Herbert
~F The Black Cat
~Y (1941)

~K (Tears) (Sorrow)
~Q For the first time I wish I were a white woman.
Why?
So I could cry.
~A Katherine DeMille
~A Anthony Quinn
~F Black Gold
~Y (1947)

~K (ESP) (Anticipation)
~Q How come you always know when I'm coming home?
Maybe I hear it in the wind.
~A Anthony Quinn
~A Katherine DeMille
~F Black Gold
~Y (1947)

~K (Tradition)
~Q The old ways speak to me.
~A Anthony Quinn
~F Black Gold
~Y (1947)

~K (Friends) (Appearances)
~Q A friend has no cause to hide his face.
~A Peter Cushing
~F The Black Knight
~Y (1954)

~K (Knowledge) (Cops) (Suspects)
~Q Oh, now we're listening to the suspects, instead of the cops, huh?
~A Michael Douglas
~F Black Rain
~Y (1989)

~K (Conclusions) (Endings) (Tomorrow)
~Q Tomorrow I shall put an end to it, forever.
~A Tony Curtis
~F The Black Shield of Falworth
~Y (1954)

~K (Abilities)
~Q What part don't you think a woman is up to. . . the seduction or the murder.
~A Debra Winger
~F Black Widow
~Y (1987)

Blade Runner - The Director's Cut Blade Runner - The Director's Cut

In this version of the film, the director has removed the voice-over narration, as well as the up ending that was made from outtakes of Kubrick's The Shining. Several key never-before-seen elements have also been added and the result is a full immersion in Scott's gaudy, decaying police state. In 21st century Los Angeles (2019), the assignment of a semi-retired policeman, known as a blade runner is to hunt down and eliminate four replicants, genetically created humanoid robots. On earth illegally.


~K (Death) (Desires) (Wants) (Needs)
~Q All he wanted was the same answers the rest of us want -- where did I come from, where am I going, how long have I got. All I could do was sit there and watch him die.
~A Harrison Ford
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Tradition) (History)
~Q All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain.
~A Rutger Hauer
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Questions)
~Q Do you make up these questions or do they write them down for you?
~A Brion James
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Tests) (Intelligence)
~Q I already had an I.Q. test this year.
~A Brion James
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Killing)
~Q I'd rather be a killer than a victim.
~A Harrison Ford
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Quit)
~Q I was quit when I came in here. . . I'm twice as quit now.
~A Harrison Ford
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Fear) (Slavery)
~Q Quite an experience to live in fear. That's what it's like to be a slave.
~A Rutger Hauer
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Emotions)
~Q Sushi -- that's what my ex-wife called me -- cold fish.
~A Harrison Ford
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Pain)
~Q That hurt. That wasn't rational, not to mention un-sportsmanlike.
~A Rutger Hauer
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Killing)
~Q They don't advertise for killers in the newspapers. That was my profession. . . ex-cop. . . ex-killer.
~A Harrison Ford
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Death) (Time)
~Q Wake up, it's time to die.
~A Brion James
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Games)
~Q You better get it up. I'm gonna have to kill you. Unless you're alive, you can't play.
~A Rutger Hauer
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

~K (Knowledge) (Information)
~Q You tell me, pal. That's what you're here for.
~A M. Emmett Walsh
~F Blade Runner
~Y (1982)

Blazing Saddles Blazing Saddles

Shot in Technicolor and Panavision. The film was not released until nine months after the production was completed. It was originally set to run 125 minutes but was trimmed to 93 minutes before release.


~K (Affairs) (Sex)
~Q Affairs of state must take precedence over. . . affairs of state.
~A Mel Brooks
~F Blazing Saddles
~Y (1974)

~K (Shirking) (Work) (Malingering)
~Q Come on boys, the way you're lolly-gaggin' around with them picks and shovels, you'd think it was 120 degrees. Can't be more than a 114.
~A Burton Gillam
~F Blazing Saddles
~Y (1974)

~K (Size) (Enjoyment)
~Q Hello, lonesome, is that a ten-gallon hat-- or are you just enjoying the show?
~A Madeline Kahn
~F Blazing Saddles
~Y (1974)

~K (Native Americans)
~Q Little red devils, they love toys.
~A Mel Brooks
~F Blazing Saddles
~Y (1974)

~K (Information)
~Q Telegram for Mongo. Telegram for Mongo.
~A Cleavon Little
~F Blazing Saddles
~Y (1974)

~K (Sex) (Prowess) (Equipment)
~Q They said you was hung.
They was right.
~A Charles McGregor
~A Cleavon Little
~F Blazing Saddles
~Y (1974)

~K (Clothing)
~Q Throw something on and stay in that position.
~A Mel Brooks
~F Blazing Saddles
~Y (1974)

~K (Police) (Sheriff)
~Q Well, if that don't beat all. Here we take the good time and trouble to slaughter every last Indian in the west and for what? So, they can appoint a sheriff that's blacker than any Indian. I am depressed.
~A Slim Pickens
~F Blazing Saddles
~Y (1974)

~K (Work) (Sex)
~Q Work ,work, work ,work, work, work, work -- hello boys! Have a good night's rest? I missed you.
~A Mel Brooks
~F Blazing Saddles
~Y (1974)

~K (Bumpy ride)
~Q Well, I'm sorry about the bumpy ride.
~A Steve McQueen
~F The Blob
~Y (1958)

~K (Sleep)
~Q How can I sleep when I may never see you again.
~A Arthur Lake
~F Blondie
~Y (1938)

~K (Listening)
~Q If you won't listen to me, maybe you'll listen to somebody else.
~A Arthur Lake
~F Blondie
~Y (1938)

~K (Anniversaries)
~Q You've made a fine mess of our anniversary.
~A Penny Singleton
~F Blondie
~Y (1938)

~K (Children)
~Q What'd you do with our baby?
~A Arthur Lake
~F Blondie Takes a Vacation
~Y (1939)

~K (Decisions)
~Q Make up your mind. . . I wonít wait.
~A Robert Mitchum
~F Blood on the Moon
~Y (1948)

~K (Longing) (Returns) (Conclusions)
~Q You've come back. They always do.
~A Marlene Dietrich
~F Blue Angel
~Y (1930)

~K (Value) (Worth)
~Q Dig deep in your pockets.
~A Lou Gossett, Jr.
~F Blue Chips
~Y (1994)

~K (Romance)
~Q Every guy's seen you before, somewhere -- the trick is to find you. . .
~A Alan Ladd
~F The Blue Dahlia
~Y (1946)

~K (Rain) (Wet)
~Q You could get a lot wetter if you laid in the gutter. . .
~A Veronica Lake
~F The Blue Dahlia
~Y (1946)

~K (Babies) (Birth)
~Q Why did you have a baby?
I don't know.
~A Christopher Atkins
~A Brooke Shields
~F The Blue Lagoon
~Y (1980)

Blues Brothers Blues Brothers

Jake and Elwood Blues are on a mission from God to get their band back together to raise enough money to save their old orphanage. They've got a pack of cigarettes, half a tank of gas, it's night, and they're wearing sunglasses. Along the way they stage the largest filmed car crash to date in Hon. Richard J. Daley Square. Say, isn't that where they got that Picasso? The Universal special edition includes a behind-the-scenes documentary and a featurette on the making of The Blues Brothers 2000.


~K (Women) (Girls)
~Q How much for the little girl? The women? How much for the women?
~A John Belushi
~F The Blues Brothers
~Y (1980)

~K (Mission) (Drive)
~Q We're on a mission from God.
~A John Belushi
~A Dan Aykroyd
~F The Blues Brothers
~Y (1980)

~K (Automobiles)
~Q You traded the Blues Mobile for this?
~A John Belushi
~F The Blues Brothers
~Y (1980)

~K (Threats) (Consequences)
~Q What are you gonna do -- kill me? Everybody dies.
~A John Garfield
~F Body and Soul
~Y (1947)

~K (Death) (Bodies) (Neatness)
~Q He may be dead but he's neat about it.
~A Willie Best
~F The Body Disappears
~Y (1941)

~K (Drunk)
~Q He's so saturated if a breeze hit him he'd ripple.
~A Willie Best
~F The Body Disappears
~Y (1941)

~K (Hereditary) (Beauty)
~Q Isn't she beautiful? Looks like her mother.
She must.
~A Edward Everett Horton
~A John Hamilton
~F The Body Disappears
~Y (1941)

~K (Exercise)
~Q Afraid that I might get picked up in my snazzy running suit?
No, I'm afraid that I might have to jog with you.
~A Whitney Houston
~A Kevin Costner
~F The Bodyguard
~Y (1992)

~K (Shopping) (Security)
~Q I'm here to keep you alive, not to help you shop.
~A Kevin Costner
~F The Bodyguard
~Y (1992)

~K (Sleep) (Boredom)
~Q I'm no good in a permanent position. . . my feet go to sleep.
~A Kevin Costner
~F The Bodyguard
~Y (1992)

Body Heat Body Heat

During one hot and sultry Florida summer, a shady lawyer launches into a torrid relationship with a lonely woman married to a rich businessman. As their relationship grows, she decides to enlist his help in killing her husband so that the two can live comfortably off his riches. After they've successfully completed the deed, the lovers' relationship sours, and they both become principal suspects in the police investigation.


~K (Lust) (Desire)
~Q Itís horrible. Itís ugly. And itís what I most want.
~A Kathleen Turner
~F Body Heat
~Y (1981)

~K (Talk)
~Q Talk is dangerous.
~A Kathleen Turner
~F Body Heat
~Y (1981)

~K (Intelligence) (Men)
~Q You're not too bright. I like that in a man.
~A Kathleen Turner
~F Body Heat
~Y (1981)

~K (Dirty work) (Duty)
~Q I am a small man, a humble man, and being poor I have had to do much that I didn't want to do.
~A Boris Karloff
~F The Body Snatcher
~Y (1945)

~K (Manipulation)
~Q You're a pleasure to me. . . a pride to know that I can force you to my will.
~A Boris Karloff
~F The Body Snatcher
~Y (1945)

~K (Disbelief)
~Q Isnít that a load of clams?
~A Jean Harlow
~F Bombshell
~Y (1933)

~K (Jobs)
~Q We rob banks.
~A Warren Beatty
~F Bonnie and Clyde
~Y (1967)

~K (Direction) (Goals)
~Q You know, Clyde, I always thought we was going somewhere. I guess we was just going.
~A Faye Dunaway
~F Bonnie and Clyde
~Y (1967)

~K (Gentleness) (Love)
~Q Please, be gentle.
~A Eddie Murphy
~F Boomerang
~Y (1992)

~K (Obstruction)
~Q Anybody tries to stop me, I'm gonna throw this filthy place into the street.
~A Jack Nicholson
~F The Border
~Y (1982)

~K (Books) (Reading)
~Q Don't believe everything you read.
~A William Boyd
~F Border Vigilantes
~Y (1941)

~K (Apprehension)
~Q I'm convinced there's something wrong around here.
~A Morris Ankrum
~F Border Vigilantes
~Y(1941)

~K (Fun) (Goldfish) (Animals)
~Q The only fun I get is feeding the goldfish, and they only eat once a day.
~A Bette Davis
~F Bordertown
~Y (1934)

~K (Veterans)
~Q I'm a Vietnam veteran. I fought for my country!
~A Tom Cruise
~F Born of the Fourth of July
~Y (1989)

~K (Insults)
~Q You're just not couth!
~A Judy Holliday
~F Born Yesterday
~Y (1950)

~K (Drinking)
~Q He can throw down a drink fasterín he can unzip his pants.
~A Melanie Griffith
~F Born Yesterday
~Y (1993)

~K (Needs) (Wants)
~Q I want something, I ask for it.
~A Melanie Griffith
~F Born Yesterday
~Y (1993)

~K (Knowledge) (Education)
~Q Maybe I could teacha something.
~A Melanie Griffith
~F Born Yesterday
~Y (1993)

~K (Negotiation)
~Q You see, as soon as he said money wasnít the issue, I knew I had Ďim.
~A John Goodman
~F Born Yesterday
~Y (1993)

~K (Welcome)
~Q Very pleased to have you here.
~A Melanie Griffith
~F Born Yesterday
~Y (1993)

~K (Confusion) (Clarification)
~Q What the Hell are you talking about?
~A John Goodman
~F Born Yesterday
~Y (1993)

~K (Exit) (Permission)
~Q Did I say you could leave?
~A Lou Diamond Phillips
~F Boulevard
~Y (1995)

~K (Doctors)
~Q Yes, once he was a great doctor. Now, he's just a human derelict.
~A Bela Lugosi
~F Bowery at Midnight
~Y (1942)

~K (Food)
~Q How do you want your eggs? Poached, fried, or raw?
Scrambled -- like your head.
~A Phyllis Diller
~A Bob Hope
~F Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number
~Y (1966)

~K (Remodeling)
~Q Well, everything's practically new; except the water pipes hum a little, but they're on key.
~A Bob Hope
~F Boy, Did I Get a Wrong Number
~Y (1966)

~K (Endurance)
~Q In a pinch I can be tougher than you are, and I guess maybe this is the pinch.
~A Spencer Tracy
~F Boys Town
~Y (1938)

~K (Longing) (Absence)
~Q And how I've missed you. I've missed you so much, two days ago I went out and bought a woman who looks just like you.
~A John Turturro
~F Brain Donors
~Y (1992)

~K (Intelligence) (Notification) (Enlightenment)
~Q Call me in an hour and tell me what the hell I'm talking about.
~A John Turturro
~F Brain Donors
~Y (1992)

~K (Hair)
~Q I don't know who does your hair, but tell me where do they do it, and when are they bringing it back?
~A John Turturro
~F Brain Donors
~Y (1992)

~K (Cities) (New York) (Travel)
~Q Now it's on to New York and a hefty per diem.
~A John Turturro
~F Brain Donors
~Y (1992)

~K (Movies) (Numbers) (Company)
~Q Two's company and three's an adult movie.
~A John Turturro
~F Brain Donors
~Y (1992)

~K (Beyond the rules) (God) (Life)
~Q He lives beyond the grace of God.
~A Anthony Hopkins
~F Bram Stoker's Dracula
~Y (1992)

Braveheart Braveheart

In this highly anticipated DVD release, Mel Gibson directs and stars as 13th Century Scottish hero William Wallace, who leads a dispirited nation in a rebellion against oppressive English King Edward I.


~K (Freedom)
~Q Freedom!
~A Mel Gibson
~F Braveheart
~Y (1996)

~K (Defeat)
~Q Lower you flags, and march straight back to England stopping at every home to beg forgiveness for a hundred years of theft, rape and murder.
~A Mel Gibson
~F Braveheart
~Y (1996)

~K (Freedom)
~Q What will you do without freedom?
~A Mel Gibson
~F Braveheart
~Y (1996)

~K (Fight)
~Q Will you fight?
~A Mel Gibson
~F Braveheart
~Y (1996)

BREAKFAST AT TIFF.(LBX/DD/DVD) BREAKFAST AT TIFF.(LBX/DD/DVD)

DVD Features: Region 1 encoding Keep Case Widescreen Anamorphic Dolby Digital Surround Interactive Menus Scene Selection Theatrical Traile


~K (Oaths)
~Q Cross my heart and kiss my elbow.
~A Audrey Hepburn
~F Breakfast at Tiffanyís
~Y (1961)

~K (Bathroom)
~Q I mean, any gentleman with the slightest chic would give a girl a $50 bill for the powder room.
~A Audrey Hepburn
~F Breakfast at Tiffanyís
~Y (1961)

Breakfast Club Breakfast Club

In one of the few intelligent Brat Pack movies, five high school students are forced to spend an entire Saturday together in detention. While serving time, they slowly form friendships which could last a lifetime...or might not last until Monday morning.


~K (Nymphomania) (Lies)
~Q I'm not a nymphomaniac, I'm a compulsive liar.
~A Ally Sheedy
~F The Breakfast Club
~Y (1985)

~K (Emulation)
~Q I wanna be just like you. . . all I need is a lobotomy and some tights.
~A Judd Nelson
~F The Breakfast Club
~Y (1985)

~K (Fights)
~Q Just you and me, two hits. . . me hitting you, and you hitting the floor.
Anytime you're ready, pal.
~A Judd Nelson
~A Emilio Estevez
~F The Breakfast Club
~Y (1985)

~K (Social)
~Q So, it's sort of social, demented and sad, but social, right?
~A Judd Nelson
~F The Breakfast Club
~Y (1985)

~K (Identification) (Voting)
~Q This is the worst fake I.D. I've ever seen. What do you need fake I.D. for?
So I can vote.
~A Emilio Estevez
~A Anthony Michael Hall
~F The Breakfast Club
~Y (1985)

~K (Parents)
~Q What do they do to you?
They ignore me.
~A Judd Nelson
~A Molly Ringwald
~F The Breakfast Club
~Y (1985)

~K (Friendship)
~Q Why are you being so nice to me?
Cause you're letting me.
~A Ally Sheedy
~A Molly Ringwald
~F The Breakfast Club
~Y (1985)

~K (Value)
~Q You know, if you disappeared forever, it wouldn't make any difference. You may as well not even exist at this school.
~A Emilio Estevez
~F The Breakfast Club
~Y (1985)

Breaking Away Breaking Away

BREAKING AWAY is a winning coming-of-age story with unusually well drawn characters, smart social commentary, and a terrific ensemble of fresh-faced actors soon to be famous. The rivalry between townies and college kids sets the scene for the story of four friends trying to figure out their future after high school graduation in Bloomington, Indiana. Raised together in the working-class quarry town, the boys consider themselves Cutters, proud of their father's heritage as limestone worke


~K (Cheating)
~Q Everybody cheats. I didn't know.
~A Dennis Christopher
~F Breaking Away
~Y (1979)

~K (Misery) (Lessons)
~Q I didn't want you to be this miserable -- a little bit's all I asked for.
~A Paul Dooley
~F Breaking Away
~Y (1979)

~K (Acting) (Lies)
~Q Well, it was a good act. You certainly fooled me.
~A Robyn Douglas
~F Breaking Away
~Y (1979)

~K (Poor) (Honest) (Values) (Morals)
~Q We're poor, but we're honest.
~A Dennis Christopher
~F Breaking Away
~Y (1979)

~K (Work) (Squealers)
~Q Killers kill, squealers squeal.
~A Jean-Paul Belmondo
~F Breathless
~Y (1959)

~K (Lines) (Actors)
~Q I forgot the opening line.
~A Rene Auberjonois
~F Brewster McCloud
~Y (1970)

Bride Bride

After Doctor Frankenstein creates a mate for his monster, Viktor (Clancy Brown), the doctor (Sting) assembles Eva (Jennifer Beals), who promptly rejects the male creature. Viktor heads out to find happiness elsewhere, eventually teaming up with a wise and helpful little man (David Rappaport) who is on his way to join the circus. Meanwhile, the doctor finds himself attracted to his female creation and sets about teaching her to be a proper Victorian woman. Unfortunately, it's highly likel


~K (Hunger) (Food) (Manners)
~Q Did it ever occur to you I might be hungry too?
~A David Rappaport
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Dreams)
~Q I always say you don't know a man is until you know what his dream is.
~A David Rappaport
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Sorrow) (Heart)
~Q I don't have a heart.
Of course you have a heart, my friend. Because it's breaking.
~A Clancy Brown
~A David Rappaport
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Nights) (Success)
~Q On a night like this, men can become gods.
~A Sting
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Fear) (Strength) (Weakness)
~Q Other men might fear your strength. I know your weakness.
~A Sting
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Lessons)
~Q There's a lesson to be learnt here and I hope to God I never learn it.
~A David Rappaport
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Venice) (Streets)
~Q The streets are made of water.
~A Clancy Brown
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Civilization) (Savages)
~Q We aren't savages, you know.
~A David Rappaport
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Sharing)
~Q What happened to sharing?
~A David Rappaport
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (History) (Heritage)
~Q Who am I? Where do I come from? What gravestones mark my parents' bones?
~A Jennifer Beals
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Desire) (Drive) (Passion)
~Q You must follow your heart's desire.
~A David Rappaport
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Virtue)
~Q You're a man to be reckoned with in my books: a man of virtue.
~A David Rappaport
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

~K (Character)
~Q You're made of the right stuff, my friend. Put yourself in my hands, and I'll make a new man of you.
~A David Rappaport
~F The Bride
~Y (1985)

Bride of Frankenstein Bride of Frankenstein

The monster demands a mate! -- marketing line for the film: "I've been cursed for delving into the mysteries of life!" -- Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive)


~K (Mysteries) (Life)
~Q I've been cursed for delving into the mysteries of life!
~A Colin Clive
~F Bride of Frankenstein
~Y (1935)

~K (Death)
~Q You go. We belong dead.
~A Boris Karloff
~F Bride of Frankenstein
~Y (1935)

~K (Marriage) (Cities) (Rain) (Pittsburgh)
~Q Why did you two ever get married?
Ah, I don't know. It was raining, and we were in Pittsburgh.
~A Barbara Stanwyck
~A Helen Broderick
~F The Bride Walks Out
~Y (1936)

Bridge On The River Kwai Bridge On The River Kwai

One of the all-time great war films, THE BRIDGE ON THE RIVER KWAI is yet another classic from the marvelous David Lean (LAWRENCE OF ARABIA, DR. ZHIVAGO). The film is an outstanding, psychologically complex adaptation of Pierre Boulle's 1952 novel, a classic story of English POWs in Burma forced to build a bridge to aid the war effort of their Japanese captors. British and American intelligence officers conspire to blow up the structure, but Col. Nicholson (a fabulous Alec Guinness), the commander has other ideas.


~K (Prisoners) (Death) (Reasons for living)
~Q And there were some who just got tired of living.
~A William Holden
~F The Bridge on the River Kwai
~Y (1957)

~K (Law) (Civilization)
~Q Without law there is no civilization.
~A Alec Guiness
~F The Bridge on the River Kwai
~Y (1957)

~K (Love) (Medicine)
~Q You give me powders, pills, baths, injections, and enemas -- when all I need is love.
~A William Holden
~F The Bridge on the River Kwai
~Y (1957)

~K (New activity)
~Q There's evidence of new activity in the area.
~A Dennis Weaver
~F The Bridges at Toko-Ri
~Y (1954)

~K (Wet feet)
~Q Watch out, mister. Don't get your feet wet.
~A Mickey Rooney
~F The Bridges at Toko-Ri
~Y (1954)

BRIEF ENCOUNTER (B&W) BRIEF ENCOUNTER (B&W)

DVD Features: Region 1 Encoding Keep Case Criterion Collection Audio Commentary by Film Historian Bruce Eder Original Theatrical Trailer Luminous Digital Transfer with Restored Image and Soun


~K (British) (Crazy)
~Q The British have always been nice to mad people.
~A Celia Johnson
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Luck)
~Q How lucky for me that you happened to be here.
~A Celia Johnson
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Break-ups)
~Q How often did you decide that you were never going to see me again?
Several times a day.
So did I.
~A Trevor Howard
~A Celia Johnson
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Premonitions) (Research)
~Q I had no premonitions although I suppose I should have had. It all seemed so natural -- and so -- so innocent.
~A Celia Johnson
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Familiarity)
~Q I hardly know him at all, really.
~A Celia Johnson
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Touching)
~Q Iíll trouble you to keep your hands to yourself.
~A Joyce Carey
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Ordinary) (Beginnings)
~Q It all started on an ordinary day, in the most ordinary place in the world.
~A Celia Johnson
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Searching) (Trains)
~Q Iíve been looking for you everywhere -- Iíve watched every train.
~A Trevor Howard
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Love)
~Q Iíve fallen in love! Iím an ordinary woman -- I didnít think such violent things could happen to ordinary people.
~A Celia Johnson
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Memories)
~Q I want to remember every minute -- always -- always -- to the end of my days.
~A Celia Johnson
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Trust) (Friends)
~Q I wish I could trust you. I wish you were a wise, kind friend, instead of just a gossiping acquaintance that Iíve known for years casually and never particularly cared for. . . I wish. . . I wish. . .
~A Celia Johnson
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Music)
~Q There should be a society for the prevention of cruelty to musical instruments. . .
~A Trevor Howard
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Time)
~Q This canít last -- this misery canít last -- I must remember that and try to control myself. Nothing lasts really -- neither happiness nor despair -- not even life lasts very long. . .
~A Celia Johnson
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Doctors) (Passion)
~Q Well, my dear, Iíve always had a passion for doctors.
~A Everly Gregg
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Cruel)
~Q Youíre being dreadfully cruel.
~A Trevor Howard
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Absence) (Home)
~Q You've been a long way away. Thank you for coming back to me.
~A Cyril Raymond
~F Brief Encounter
~Y (1945)

~K (Help)
~Q I need help.
~A Michael J. Fox
~F Bright Lights, Big City
~Y (1988)

~K (Drugs) (Alcohol)
~Q Let's see if I can get through one evening without chemicals.
~A Michael J. Fox
~F Bright Lights, Big City
~Y (1988)

~K (Persuasion) (Determination)
~Q Iím just as determined as you are, so you might just as well come with me.
~A Katherine Hepburn
~F Bringing Up Baby
~Y (1938)

~K (Role models)
~Q Except for socially, you're my role model.
~A Joan Cusack
~F Broadcast News
~Y (1987)

~K (Women) (Re-evaluation) (Dating)
~Q If anything happens to me, tell every woman I've ever gone out with I was talking about her at the end. That way they'll have to re-evaluate me.
~A Albert Brooks
~F Broadcast News
~Y (1987)

~K (Leadership)
~Q I am the leader of my people. they do not betray me and I do not betray the.
~A Jeff Chandler
~F Broken Arrow
~Y (1950)

~K (Fools) (Perspective) (Insight)
~Q The fool sees only today.
~A James Stewart
~F Broken Arrow
~Y (1950)

Broken Arrow Broken Arrow

A pair of ace pilots face off against each other as one decides to hijack the nuclear warheads from their experimental B-3 Bomber. Hong Kong action specialist Woo propels the film through trains, Humvees, exploding helicopters and more as the rogue pilot plays cat-and-mouse with his former protege.


~K (Cool) (Nice) (Good)
~Q Ain't it cool?
~A John Travolta
~F Broken Arrow
~Y (1996)

~K (Man)
~Q I'm a man.
~A John Travolta
~F Broken Arrow
~Y (1996)

~K (Service) (Delivery)
~Q I will deliver.
~A John Travolta
~F Broken Arrow
~Y (1996)

Bronx Tale Bronx Tale

A father tries to win back the affections of his son from a flashy neighborhood goodfella.


~K (Trust)
~Q Don't you trust anybody?
~A Chazz Palminteri
~F A Bronx Tale
~Y (1993)

~K (Family)
~Q I know who you are, Sonny, and I know what you can do. This time you're wrong. You don't fool with a man's family.
~A Robert De Niro
~F A Bronx Tale
~Y (1993)

~K (Caring) (Remembering)
~Q Nobody cares. Nobody cares.
~A Chazz Palminteri
~F A Bronx Tale
~Y (1993)

~K (Talent)
~Q The saddest thing in life is wasted talent.
~A Chazz Palminteri
~F A Bronx Tale
~Y (1993)

~K (Fate)
~Q Somebody pulled the chain and I'm goin' down the fuckin' toilet.
~A Chazz Palminteri
~F A Bronx Tale
~Y (1993)

~K (Trust)
~Q That man can't trust anyone.
~A Robert De Niro
~F A Bronx Tale
~Y (1993)

~K (Love)
~Q From now on you can be a lovey-dovey on your own time.
~A Jack Benny
~F Buck Benny Rides Again
~Y (1940)

~K (Planning) (Thinking) (Decisions)
~Q Well, I did have to do some pretty quick thinking there.
~A Jack Benny
~F Buck Benny Rides Again
~Y (1940)

~K (Thoughts)
~Q Whatís on your mind, Mam?
~A Ward Bond
~F Buck Benny Rides Again
~Y (1940)

Buck Privates Buck Privates

Followed by the 1946 sequel Buck Privates Come Home, also starring Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. Buck Privates was the first starring vehicle for burlesque and radio stars Abbott and Costello. The Andrews Sisters sing the following songs: The Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B, Bounce Me Brother with a Solid Four, You're a Lucky Fellow, Mr. Smith, and I'll Be with You in Apple Blossom Time.


~K (Diet)
~Q Get your chins up!
~A Bud Abbott
~F Buck Privates
~Y 1941

~K (Guns)
~Q Order arms.
I'll have a cap pistol.
~A Bud Abbot
~A Lou Costello
~F Buck Privates
~Y 1941

~K (Business)
~Q None of your business!
~A Bud Abbott
~F Buck Privates
~Y 1941

~K (Dating)
~Q Startin' Tuesday I'm going out with girls.
~A Lou Costello
~F Buck Privates
~Y 1941

Bugsy Bugsy

Benjamin Bugsy Siegel was a reckless mobster with delusions of stardom and a dream of glamour, glitz, gambling and girls that would become Las Vegas. A favorite in Hollywood, so was this movie about him. All-star cast. Academy Award Nominations: 10, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor--Warren Beatty, Best (Original) Screenplay.


~K (Investing)
~Q I'll tell you what. . . why don't we just leave it in the bank, and save it for a rainy day.
~A Warren Beatty
~F Bugsy
~Y (1991)

~K (Desire) (Wants)
~Q . . . we both want whatever we want whenever we want it, and we both want everything.
~A Annette Bening
~F Bugsy
~Y (1991)

~K (Insults)
~Q Why donít you run outside and jerk yourself a soda.
~A Annette Bening
~F Bugsy
~Y (1991)

Bull Durham Bull Durham

The Durham Bulls are in a slump and have spent a hefty sum of money acquiring an untested young pitcher in the hopes of reversing their standings. Crash Davis, a 12-year veteran ballplayer who has spent most of his time bumming around as a minor league catcher, is assigned to mature the rookie pitching phenom named Nuke. But a beautiful and enigmatic team groupie comes between the tutor and his student, enlightening both with her game of life, love and verse.


~K (Auditioning)
~Q After 12 years in the minor leagues, I don't try out.
~A Kevin Costner
~F Bull Durham
~Y (1988)

~K (Cute) ~Q Cute? Baby ducks are cute. I hate cute. I want to be exotic and mysterious.
~A Susan Sarandon
~F Bull Durham
~Y (1988)

~K (Winning) (Rain)
~Q Some days you win, some days you lose, and some days, it rains.
~A Tim Robbins
~F Bull Durham
~Y (1988)

~K (Losing)
~Q This is the damnedest season I ever seen: the Durham Bulls can't lose and I can't get laid.
~A Susan Sarandon
~F Bull Durham
~Y (1988)

~K (Families)
~Q . . .They were a quiet family, kept pretty much to themselves, no one would have ever suspected them of foul play. . .
~A Rick Ducommum
~F The Burbs
~Y (1989)

~K (Right) (Morals)
~Q A man must fight for what is right.
~A Natalie Wood
~F The Burning Hills
~Y (1956)

~K (Location) (Directions)
~Q How do you get here?
~A Natalie Wood
~F The Burning Hills
~Y (1956)

~K (Coffee) (Work)
~Q I am doing something. . . making coffee.
~A Natalie Wood
~F The Burning Hills
~Y (1956)

~K (Arguing) (Discussion)
~Q I'm not arguing. I'm telling you.
~A Tab Hunter
~F The Burning Hills
~Y (1956)

~K (Boss)
~Q I'm running this outfit.
~A Claude Akins
~F The Burning Hills
~Y (1956)

~K (Warnings) (Dates) (Threats)
~Q One of these days I'm going to pay her a real social call.
~A Earl Holliman
~F The Burning Hills
~Y (1956)

~K (Status)
~Q Who do you think you are?
~A Skip Homeier
~F The Burning Hills
~Y (1956)

~K (Drive) (Home)
~Q Why don't you let me drive you home. I don't have to be back till tomorrow.
~A Earl Holliman
~F The Burning Hills
~Y (1956)

~K (Coffee)
~Q You make some coffee.
~A Skip Homeier
~F The Burning Hills
~Y (1956) ~E ~K (Jobs)
~Q You've got a job to do and you're going to do it.
~A Skip Homeier
~F The Burning Hills
~Y (1956)

~K (Angels)
~Q Iím going to find me an angel. Iím going to find me a real hootenanny of an angel. If she gives me any trouble, sheís going to find herself with them little old wings just pinned right to the ground.
~A Don Murray
~F Bus Stop
~Y (1956)

~K (Diet)
~Q Two packs of Marlboros, some Snowballs and a jumbo Diet Coke.
~A Daniel Stern
~F Bushwacked
~Y (1995)

~K (Financing) (Money)
~Q You could always borrow it from a bank.
~A Julie Walters
~F Buster
~Y (1988)

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)

Two legendary outlaws at the turn of the century take it on the lam with a beautiful, willing ex-school teacher. This special edition include's making of documentary and behind the scenes footage.


~K (Right)
~Q Don't you get sick of being right all the time?
~A Robert Redford
~F Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
~Y (1969)

~K (Bravery)
~Q I'll go.
This is no time for bravery, I'll let you.
~A Robert Redford
~A Paul Newman
~F Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
~Y (1969)

~K (Teachers)
~Q Iím 26, and Iím single, and a school teacher, and thatís the bottom of the pit.
~A Katharine Ross
~F Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
~Y (1969)

~K (Departures) (Separation)
~Q What Iím saying is, if you want to go, I wonít stop you.
~A Robert Redford
~F Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
~Y (1969)

~K (Intelligence) (Information)
~Q Who are those guys?
~A Robert Redford
~F Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
~Y (1969)

BUTTERFIELD 8 BUTTERFIELD 8

DVD Features: Region 1 Snap Case Widescreen - 2.35:1 Full Screen Additional Release Material: Trailer Interactive Menus Notes on Elizabeth Taylor


~K (Morals)
~Q Face it, Mama, I was the slut of all time.
~A Elizabeth Taylor
~F Butterfield 8
~Y (1960)

~K (Apologies)
~Q I. . . I can only think of one apology: will you marry me? Iíve arranged for a divorce. Wait for me, and, in time, Iíll make you forget every word I uttered last night.
~A Laurence Harvey
~F Butterfield 8
~Y (1960)

~K (Drinking)
~Q Sunday morning, and there's scotch on your breath.
Well, it's good scotch.
~A Eddie Fisher
~A Elizabeth Taylor
~F Butterfield 8
~Y (1960)

Bye Bye Birdie Bye Bye Birdie

An entertaining musical about a rock and roll star who is drafted into the service and comes to a small town to say goodbye to an adoring fan. Top songs from what was originally a Broadway show include Put on a Happy Face and A Lot of Livin' To Do. Academy Award Nominations: Best Score and Best Sound.


~K (Places) (Ohio)
~Q . . . and get a girl from Ohio.
~A Ed Sullivan
~F Bye Bye Birdie
~Y (1963)

~K (Rebirth)
~Q It's like I've been reborn.
~A Ann-Margaret
~F Bye Bye Birdie
~Y (1963)

~K (Enthusiasm)
~Q You've made me feel alive, again.
~A Lana Turner
~F Bye Bye Birdie
~Y (1963)

~K (Likes) (Love)
~Q But I did like it.
~A Paul Reiser
~F Bye Bye, Love
~Y (1995)

~K (Food) (Vegetarians) (Meat)
~Q Do you know how long veal stays in your colon?
~A Janeane Garofalo
~F Bye Bye, Love
~Y (1995)

~K (Sex) (Drinking)
~Q If I get drunk and pass out, it's no fun for me. If you get drunk and pass out, it's no fun for me.
~A Yvonne Craig
~F By Love Possessed
~Y (1961)


























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