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La Bamba La Bamba

This is the biography of Ritchie Valens, a young Mexican/American whose talents as a rock and roll singer catapulted him from the obscurity of a farm laborer obsessed with music to stardom at the age of seventeen with a string of pop hits still popular today.


LA BAMBA LA BAMBA

LA BAMBA


~K (Dreams) (Rock n' roll)
~Q My dreams are pure rock n' roll.
~A Lou Diamond Phillips
~F La Bamba
~Y (1987)

~K (Gay) (Careers)
~Q I told them my father was a Cultural attachť. . . What'll they think when they find out he lives with a drag queen?
~A Benny Luke
~F La Cage aux Folles
~Y (1979)

~K (Time)
~Q I am afraid we can do nothing to turn back the clock.
~A Erich von Stroheim
~F La Grande Illusion
~Y (1936)

~K (Problems)
~Q I would like to resolve this enigma.
~A Pierre Fresnay
~F La Grande Illusion
~Y (1936)

~K (Parting) (Departures)
~Q If Iíd looked back, I might not be able to leave. . .
~A Jean Gabin
~F La Grande Illusion
~Y (1936)

~K (Enemies) (Death)
~Q May the earth lie lightly on our brave enemy.
~A Erich von Stroheim
~F La Grande Illusion
~Y (1936)

~K (Problems)
~Q These things have to be handled with kid gloves. . . and your eyes shut.
~A Marcel Dalio
~F La Grande Illusion
~Y (1936)

~K (Popular) (Secrets)
~Q Things are getting hot.
~A Jean Gabin
~F La Grande Illusion
~Y (1936)

~K (Happiness) (Talk)
~Q Happiness does not exist. What one talks about most exists the least.
~A Gerard Philipe
~F La Ronde
~Y (1950)

~K (Past) (Time)
~Q I adore the past; itís so much more peaceful than the present and so much more certain than the future.
~A Anton Walbrook
~F La Ronde
~Y (1950)

~K (Reality)
~Q People never know more than a part of reality.
~A Anton Walbrook
~F La Ronde
~Y (1950)

~K (Love) (Women)
~Q Those who believe in love can find a woman.
~A Gerard Philipe
~F La Ronde
~Y (1950)

~K (Story)
~Q You havenít heard the best of the story yet.
~A Daniel Gelin
~F La Ronde
~Y (1950)

~K (Identification)
~Q Positively the same dame.
~A William Demarest
~F The Lady Eve
~Y (1941)

~K (Staring)
~Q See anything you like?
~A Barbara Stanwyck
~F The Lady Eve
~Y (1941)

LADY FROM SHANGHAI LADY FROM SHANGHAI

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~K (Memory) (Love) (Romance)
~Q Maybe I'll live so long that I'll forget her. Maybe I'll die trying.
~A Orson Welles
~F The Lady From Shanghai
~Y (1948)

~K (Fools)
~Q Well, everybody is somebody's fool.
~A Orson Welles
~F The Lady From Shanghai
~Y (1948)

~K (Welfare)
~Q You are so much of that offal of the Welfare State!
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F Lady in a Cage
~Y (1964)

~K (Bureaucrats) (Tax)
~Q You are what my tax money goes for.
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F Lady in a Cage
~Y (1964)

LADY VANISHES, THE LADY VANISHES, THE

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~K (Revenge) (Teeth) (Eyes)
~Q An eye for an eye and a tooth for a toothbrush.
~A Michael Redgrave
~F The Lady Vanishes
~Y (1938)

~K (Lawyers) (Trouble)
~Q Anyone would think the whole legal system were dogging you.
~A Linden Travers
~F The Lady Vanishes
~Y (1938)

~K (Comfort) (Dirt)
~Q Fortunately I am accustomed to squalor.
~A Michael Redgrave
~F The Lady Vanishes
~Y (1938)

~K (Politics)
~Q I never think you should judge any country by its politics.
~A Dame May Whitty
~F The Lady Vanishes
~Y (1938)

~K (Communications) (Crisis)
~Q Our communications cut off in a time of crisis. ~A Naunton Wayne ~F The Lady Vanishes ~Y (1938)

~K (People) (Happiness)
~Q The people are just like happy children, with laughter on their lips and music in their hearts.
~A Dame May Whitty
~F The Lady Vanishes
~Y (1938)

~K (Hungary) (Music)
~Q Well, itís always been my contention that the Hungarian Rhapsody is not their National Anthem. In any case, we were the only two standing.
~A Naunton Wayne
~F The Lady Vanishes
~Y (1938)

~K (Harassment) (Warnings)
~Q If you put your hands one me again, Iíll. . . Iíll kill you.
~A Barbara Stanwyck
~F Ladies They Talk About
~Y (1933)

~K (Food) (Consumers)
~Q A dead animal is food. I don't wanna be here to meet it's consumers.
~A Jock Mahoney
~F The Land Unknown
~Y (1957)

~K (Brains)
~Q She's got a head on her shoulders, too.
~A Jock Mahoney
~F The Land Unknown
~Y (1957)

~K (Jobs)
~Q You got you one job, you'll get another.
~A Richard Farnsworth
~F Lassie
~Y (1994)

~K (Results) (Abilities) (Debts)
~Q All that I am, you made me.
~A Preston Foster
~F The Last Days of Pompeii
~Y (1935)

~K (Boats)
~Q Great news -- I have a ship.
~A David Holt
~F The Last Days of Pompeii
~Y (1935)

Last Detail Last Detail

Chaos ensues when two jaded naval officers are entrusted with the care of a naive young sailor they must transport to a prison in New Hampshire. Screenplay by Robert Towne. Cameo by Gilda Radner. Academy Award Nominations: 3, including Best Actor--Jack Nicholson, Best (Adapted) Screenplay.


~K (Crime) (Seriousness)
~Q Was it in the nature of a serious offense? For example, was it in the nature of a felony or a misdemeanor?
Well, it was in the nature of shoplifting.
~A Jack Nicholson
~A Randy Quaid
~F The Last Detail
~Y (1973)

~K (Good idea)
~Q It seemed like a good idea at the time. ~A Ri
chard Barthelmess
~F The Last Flight
~Y (1931)

Last of the Mohicans Last of the Mohicans

Lush romance and historical realism combine in this adaptation of James Fenimore Cooper's 1826 novel. Set in 1757, the love story of an English aristocrat and an adopted son of the Mohicans blazes across a backdrop of majestic frontier wilderness ravaged by the French-English Colonial War.


~K (Romance) (Searching)
~Q No matter where you go, I will find you. . .
~A Daniel Day-Lewis
~F The Last of the Mohicans
~Y (1992)

~K (Communication) (Home)
~Q I hope the folks back home donít hear about this.
~A Bill Williams
~F The Last Outpost
~Y (1951)

~K (Intelligence) (Preparation)
~Q Maybe you should a brought someone along a little more smarter than me.
~A Noah Berry, Jr.
~F The Last Outpost
~Y (1951)

~K (Military) (Lust)
~Q You have no idea how a soldier hungers for the mere touch of a womanís hand.
~A Ronald Reagan
~F The Last Outpost
~Y (1951)

Last Picture Show Last Picture Show

Set in a small Texas town in the early 1950s, this beautiful, understated film studies the lives, loves, dreams and desperation of several townsfolk as they come to terms with imminent change. Based on the novel by Larry McMurtry. Sequel: Texasville. Academy Award Nominations: 8, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay. Academy Awards: 2, including Best Supporting Actor--Ben Johnson, Best Supporting Actress--Cloris Leachman.


THE LAST PICTURE SHOW THE LAST PICTURE SHOW

THE LAST PICTURE SHOW


~K (Small towns) (Places) (Communications)
~Q A person canít sneeze in this town without somebody offering Ďem a handkerchief.
~A Eileen Brennan
~F The Last Picture Show
~Y (1971)

~K (Wounds) (Hurt) (Injuries)
~Q Looks worse than it really is. Hot shower, it'll be just fine, thank you.
~A Tom Berenger
~F Last Rites
~Y (1988)

~K (Shock) (Stuttering)
~Q When I'm shocked, I don't stutter for a couple of hours. Nobody knows why. I never stuttered in 'Nam.
~A Paul Dooley
~F Last Rites
~Y (1988)

~K (Books) (Reading) (Knowledge)
~Q Did you read a book on this?
~A Bill Pullman
~F The Last Seduction
~Y (1994)

~K (Small towns) (Boredom)
~Q I can't spend the rest of my life here. I know what's gonna happen each and every day.
~A Peter Berg
~F The Last Seduction
~Y (1994)

~K (Love)
~Q I just realized I don't want to be with you enough to be like you.
~A Peter Berg
~F The Last Seduction
~Y (1994)

~K (Work) (Image)
~Q I work here now. Don't fuck with my image.
~A Linda Fiorentino
~F The Last Seduction
~Y (1994)

~K (Flight) (Running) (Cowardice) (Escape)
~Q You better run.
~A Bill Pullman
~F The Last Seduction
~Y (1994)

~K (Feelings)
~Q You have a way of making a woman feel like a one-way train ticket.
~A Linda Fiorentino
~F The Last Seduction
~Y (1994)

~K (Partner) (Lover) (Significant-other)
~Q You're my designated fuck.
~A Linda Fiorentino
~F The Last Seduction
~Y (1994)

~K (Conservatives) (Liberals)
~Q What we need in this country, my friends, is leadership, someone who can stand up to the liberals. We need a return, goddarnit, of the promise of the Reagan-Bush years, a time of unequaled growth in this country.
~A Ron Perlman
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

~K (Lies)
~Q He tells lies better than most people tell the truth.
~A Jonathan Penner
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

~K (Enemies) (Knowledge) (Competition)
~Q Itís always good to keep track of what the enemy is doing.
~A Courtney B. Vance
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

~K (Prayers)
~Q I hope you put in a good word for us heathens. Well, I did, but I donít think he heard.
~A Jonathan Penner
~A Bill Paxton
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

~K (Patriotism)
~Q You got a problem with patriotism?
~A Bill Paxton
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

~K (Liberals)
~Q Us people with jobs, Iím talking about, real people. We do all the fightiní, and workiní, and dyiní and you do all the bitchiní.
~A Bill Paxton
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

~K (Knives)
~Q People shouldnít go around carrying big knives.
~A Courtney B. Vance
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

~K (Conservatives) (Republicans)
~Q Conservatives are simple.
No, theyíre effective.
~A Annabeth Gish
~A Cameron Diaz
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

~K (Liberals) (Democrats) (Idealists)
~Q Weíre liberals, we do the right thing.
Then how come the world is so fucked up?
~A Annabeth Gish
~A Courtney B. Vance
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

~K (Man) (Men) (Women)
~Q Man is the dominant species. Women are the dominated.
~A Mark Harmon
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

~K (Life) (Complications)
~Q Life gets more and more complicated everyday.
~A Ron Perlman
~F The Last Supper
~Y 1995

Last Temptation Of Christ 1988

This striking vision from the mind of director Martin Scorsese offers an allegorical interpretation of the last days of Jesus Christ, based on the book by Nikos Kazantzakis. Based strictly on Kazantzakis's book, the film has a very different focus than past portraits of the Messiah. This Jesus (Willem Defoe) is a man wracked with doubt over his position among his followers and fear of the role God has chosen for him, as well as the pain that must accompany it.


~K (Finished) (Complete) (Success)
~Q It is accomplished.
~A Willem Dafoe
~F The Last Temptation of Christ
~Y (1988)

~K (Image) (Reflection) (Drinking)
~Q Don't you think he makes me look years drunker?
~A Elizabeth Taylor
~F The Last Time I Saw Paris
~Y (1954)

~K (Future)
~Q Do you think someday soon you might be rich?
~A Elizabeth Taylor
~F The Last Time I Saw Paris
~Y (1954)

~K (Laughter)
~Q Maybe we had too many laughs. . .
~A Van Johnson
~F The Last Time I Saw Paris
~Y (1954)

~K (Success) (Mediocrity)
~Q Would you like to know the secret of success? Mediocrity. . .
~A Walter Pidgeon
~F The Last Time I Saw Paris
~Y (1954)

~K (Departures)
~Q Goodbye, my love.
~A Clifton Webb
~F Laura
~Y (1944)

~K (Visitors)
~Q Have you sublet this apartment? You're here often enough to pay rent. . . Haven't you any sense of privacy?
~A Clifton Webb
~F Laura
~Y (1944)

~K (New York)
~Q I felt as if I were the only human being left in New York. . .
~A Clifton Webb
~F Laura
~Y (1944)

~K (Comments) (Accuracy)
~Q Iím the most widely misquoted man in America.
~A Clifton Webb
~F Laura
~Y (1944)

~K (Ego) (Self-absorption)
~Q In my case, self-absorption is completely justified. I have never discovered any other subject quite so worthy of my attention.
~A Clifton Webb
~F Laura
~Y (1944)

~K (Home)
~Q It's lavish, but I call it home.
~A Clifton Webb
~F Laura
~Y (1944)

~K (Sun) (Heat)
~Q A silver sun burned through the sky like a huge magnifying glass.
~A Clifton Webb
~F Laura
~Y (1944)

Lawnmower Man Lawnmower Man

A simpleton gardener is transformed by a scientist using virtual reality software into a malevolent mega-genius. Excellent computer graphic animation by Angel Studios.


~K (Departments) (Transfers)
~Q You lost all your power over the physical world when you transferred in here.
~A Pierce Brosnan
~F The Lawnmower Man
~Y (1992)

Lawrence of Arabia Lawrence of Arabia

The breathtaking cinematic account of the true-life exploits of famed British Officer T.E. Lawrence. Assigned to Arabia during World War I, Lawrence courageously united the warring Arab fractions into a guerilla front. Winner of seven academy Awards. Academy Award Nominations: 10, including Best Actor--Peter O'Toole, Best (Adapted) Screenplay. Academy Awards: 7, including Best Picture, Best Director. The restored version contains 35 minutes of previously cut footage.


Lawrence Of Arabia Lawrence Of Arabia

Lawrence Of Arabia


~K (Arabs) (Arabia)
~Q Arabia's for the Arabs now. That's what I've told them anyway. That's why they're fighting. . .
~A Peter O'Toole
~F Lawrence of Arabia
~Y (1962)

~K (Poet)
~Q He was a poet, a scholar and a mighty warrior. . . He was also the most shameless exhibitionist since Barnum and Bailey.
~A Arthur Kennedy
~F Lawrence of Arabia
~Y (1962)

~K (Weakness)
~Q It will not happen again.
~A Peter O'Toole
~F Lawrence of Arabia
~Y (1962)

~K (Fear)
~Q My fear is my concern.
~A Peter O'Toole
~F Lawrence of Arabia
~Y (1962)

~K (Beginnings)
~Q It's only a matter of going.
~A Peter O'Toole
~F Lawrence of Arabia
~Y (1962)

~K (Arabs)
~Q So long as the Arabs fight tribe against tribe, so long will they be a little people, a silly people. . . greedy, barbarous and cruel, as you are.
~A Peter O'Toole
~F Lawrence of Arabia
~Y (1962)

~K (English)
~Q The English have a great hunger for desolate places.
~A Alec Guinness
~F Lawrence of Arabia
~Y (1962)

~K (Time)
~Q There's no time to waste then.
~A Peter O'Toole
~F Lawrence of Arabia
~Y (1962)

~K (Miracles) (Needs)
~Q We need a miracle.
~A Alec Guinness
~F Lawrence of Arabia
~Y (1962)

~K (Desert)
~Q You will come. There is only the desert for you.
~A Anthony Quinn
~F Lawrence of Arabia
~Y (1962)

~K (Words) (Books) (Contracts)
~Q I might look over some words.
~A Paul Newman
~F The Left-handed Gun
~Y (1958)

~K (Glory) (Reputation)
~Q They say I'm a figure of glory.
~A Paul Newman
~F The Left-handed Gun
~Y (1958)

Legend of Hell House Legend of Hell House

Four brave psychic investigators set up residence in a dark and mysterious abode known as Hell House. There they are nearly driven mad with fear as they attempt to prove whether or not the mansion is haunted.


~K (Introductions)
~Q I don't know you people. Why are you here?
~A Pamela Franklin
~F The Legend of Hell House
~Y (1973)

~K (Protection)
~Q Obviously he knows how to protect himself better than she does.
~A Clive Revill
~F The Legend of Hell House
~Y (1973)

~K (Home) (House)
~Q This house -- it knows we're here.
~A Pamela Franklin
~F The Legend of Hell House
~Y (1973)

~K (Marriage)
~Q We could make a life together.
~A Aidan Quinn
~F Legends of the Fall
~Y (1994)

~K (Happiness)
~Q You know you canít make her happy.
~A Aidan Quinn
~F Legends of the Fall
~Y (1994)

~K (Universe)
~Q He considered the entire universe his playground. . . filled with wonders.
~A Sir John Gielgud
~F The Leopard Son
~Y (1996)

~K (Food)
~Q Heíd learned itís far better to lose a carcass than to become one.
~A Sir John Gielgud
~F The Leopard Son
~Y (1996)

~K (Horizons)
~Q Iíve always loved new moons. . . and dawns.
~A Sir John Gielgud
~F The Leopard Son
~Y (1996)

~K (Research) (Purpose) (Meaning)
~Q I was in search of something. . . Life!
~A Sir John Gielgud
~F The Leopard Son
~Y (1996)

~K (Lectures)
~Q Donít lecture me, asshole!
~A Gerard Depardieu
~F Les Comperes
~Y (1984)

~K (Crying)
~Q I canít cry on cue.
~A Pierre Richard
~F Les Comperes
~Y (1984)

~K (Boyhood) (Suicide)
~Q I took up suicide at his age.
~A Pierre Richard
~F Les Comperes
~Y (1984)

~K (Optimism) (Pessimism)
~Q Iíve no job, my wife left me. I live with my mother and hate it, Iíve no plans, no future, every thingís screwed up! Great isnít it?
~A Pierre Richard
~F Les Comperes
~Y (1984)

~K (Tears)
~Q Maybe tears will soften her.
~A Gerard Depardieu
~F Les Comperes
~Y (1984)

~K (Coffee)
~Q Want some coffee? Itíll do you good.
~A Gerard Depardieu
~F Les Comperes
~Y (1984)

~K (Lawyers)
~Q I don't want you to tell me anything except what is needed to save your neck.
~A James Stephenson
~F The Letter
~Y (1940)

~K (Vindication)
~Q Yes, I killed him. And I'm glad, I tell you. Glad, glad, glad.
~A Bette Davis
~F The Letter
~Y (1940)

~K (Jaded) (Jilted)
~Q I came to offer you my whole life -- and you didn't even remember me.
~A Joan Fontaine
~F Letter from an Unknown Woman
~Y (1948)

~K (Devotion)
~Q I have had no will but his, ever. . .
~A Joan Fontaine
~F Letter from an Unknown Woman
~Y (1948)

~K (Love)
~Q I love you as I have always loved you. . .
~A Joan Fontaine
~F Letter from an Unknown Woman
~Y (1948)

~K (Wants)
~Q I wanted to be the one woman who asked him for nothing.
~A Joan Fontaine
~F Letter from an Unknown Woman
~Y (1948)

~K (Romance)
~Q My life can be measured by the moments I've had with you. . .
~A Joan Fontaine
~F Letter from an Unknown Woman
~Y (1948)

~K (Possession) (Love)
~Q Oh, if only you could have recognized what was always yours, we could have found what was never lost.
~A Joan Fontaine
~F Letter from an Unknown Woman
~Y (1948)

~K (Men)
~Q Please talk about yourself.
~A Joan Fontaine
~F Letter from an Unknown Woman
~Y (1948)

~K (Bait) (Lure)
~Q I can recommend the bait. I ought to know -- I bit on it myself.
~A Tallulah Bankhead
~F Lifeboat
~Y (1944)

~K (Honor) (France)
~Q . . . a great nation is in desperate danger of forfeiting her honor.
~A Paul Muni
~F The Life of Emile Zola
~Y (1937)

~K (Heaven)
~Q Well, from all Iíve heard about heaven, it seems to be a pretty un-businesslike place. They could probably use a good man like me.
~A William Powell
~F Life With Father
~Y (1947)

~K (Daughters)
~Q Every mother, in some way, wants a little girl who never grows up.
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F Light in the Piazza
~Y (1962)

~K (Right)
~Q I did the right thing. I know I did.
~A Olivia de Havilland
~F Light in the Piazza
~Y (1962)

~K (Automobiles) (Killing)
~Q Take him for a ride.
~A Wheeler Oakman
~F Lights of New York
~Y (1928)

~K (Streets)
~Q There's something about working the streets I like. It's the tramp in me I suppose.
~A Charlie Chaplin
~F Limelight
~Y (1952)

Lion In Winter Lion In Winter

King Henry II deliberates with his wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine, about who should succeed him on the throne in this historical drama. Hopkins and Dalton make their film debuts in this acclaimed adaptation of James Goldman's play. Academy Award Nominations: 7, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor--Peter O'Toole. Academy Awards: 3, including Best (Adapted) Screenplay, Best Actress--Katharine Hepburn (shared with Barbra Streisand - Funny Girl).


~K (Jail)
~Q How dear of you to let me out of jail.
~A Katharine Hepburn
~F The Lion in Winter
~Y (1968)

~K (Cheaters) (Animals)
~Q Cheetahs never prosper.
~A Rowan Atkinson
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Life) (Environment)
~Q Everything you see exists in a delicate balance.
~A James Earl Jones
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Games) (Knowledge)
~Q I despise guessing games.
~A Jeremy Irons
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Worries) (Food)
~Q Hey, kid. What's eating you?
Nothing-- he's at the top of the food chain.
~A Nathan Lane
~A Ernie Sabella
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Sarcasm) (Politeness)
~Q I shall practice my curtsy.
~A Jeremy Irons
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Fear) (Sarcasm)
~Q I quiver with fear.
~A Jeremy Irons
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Life) (Fairness)
~Q Life's not fair is it? You see, I. . . I shall never be king, and you shall never see the light of another day.
~A Jeremy Irons
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Idiots)
~Q There's one in every family. . . two in mine, actually.
~A Rowan Atkinson
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Abilities) (Strength)
~Q Well, as far as brains go, I got the lions share, but when it comes to brute strength, I'm afraid I'm at the shallow end of the gene pool.
~A Jeremy Irons
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Happiness) (Middle-age)
~Q Well, forgive me for not leaping with joy. Bad back, you know.
~A Rowan Atkinson
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Sickness) (Apprehension)
~Q You made me lose my lunch.
~A Jeremy Irons
~F The Lion King
~Y (1994)

~K (Smiles) (Sex)
~Q Does she smile when you mount her?
~A Dustin Hoffman
~F Little Big Man
~Y (1971)

~K (Goals) (Visions) (Problems) (Results)
~Q I was afraid it would turn out this way.
~A Chief Dan George
~F Little Big Man
~Y (1971)

~K (Friends)
~Q That's what I get for liking a guy too much.
~A Edward G. Robinson
~F Little Caesar
~Y (1930)

Little Foxes Little Foxes

While trying to increase her wealth and improve her social position, an avaricious woman destroys all those who once loved and respected her. Based on Lillian Hellman's 1939 play. Academy Award Nominations: 9, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress--Bette Davis, Best Screenplay.


~K (Honesty)
~Q Maybe it's easy for the dying to be honest.
~A Herbert Marshall
~F Little Foxes
~Y (1941)

~K (Country)
~Q You'll wreck the country, you and your kind, if they let you.
~A Herbert Marshall
~F Little Foxes
~Y (1941)

~K (Effort)
~Q I'd like to thank you for trying out.
~A Ed O'Neill
~F Little Giants
~Y (1994)

~K (Appreciation) (Thanks)
~Q You'll thank me tomorrow.
~A Ed O'Neill
~F Little Giants
~Y (1994)

~K (England) (Places)
~Q England's a long way off, isn't it?
~A Freddie Bartholomew
~F Little Lord Fauntleroy
~Y (1936)

~K (Money)
~Q I wish I had a great deal of money.
~A Freddie Bartholomew
~F Little Lord Fauntleroy
~Y (1936)

~K (Explanations)
~Q Would you mind explaining it to me?
~A Freddie Bartholomew
~F Little Lord Fauntleroy
~Y (1936)

Little Man Tate Little Man Tate

Seven-year-old genius Fred is desperate to fit in with other kids. Recognizing his talents, his mom (and best friend) Dede enrolls him in a school for gifted children, where Fred befriends a teacher who offers him opportunities his mother cannot. Dede must choose between possibly losing her son or compromising his education.


Little Man Tate Little Man Tate

Little Man Tate


~K (Normal) (Childhood)
~Q I just want him to be a normal little kid.
Well, he's not normal, thank God.
~A Jodie Foster
~A Dianne Wiest
~F Little Man Tate
~Y (1991)

~K (Goodness)
~Q Oh, my goodness.
~A Shirley Temple
~F Little Miss Broadway
~Y (1938)

~K (Fund raising)
~Q We did a strip-tease in a pawn shop.
~A Jimmy Durante
~F Little Miss Broadway
~Y (1938)

~K (Liberty) (Freedom)
~Q Go and embrace your liberty and see what wonderful things come of it.
~A Susan Sarandon
~F Little Women
~Y (1994)

~K (Proposals) (Marriage)
~Q Will you have me?
~A Gabriel Byrne
~F Little Women
~Y (1994)

~K (Talking) (Coercion)
~Q We have ways of making men talk.
~A Douglas Dumbrille
~F Lives of the Bengal Lancers
~Y (1935)

Local Hero Local Hero

A Texas oil company attempts to buy out a Scottish fishing village for a refinery, and the result is utter confusion. One of the town's least prominent citizens owns a strategic piece of property which he refuses to sell. A warm, acclaimed comedy from writer/director Forsyth (GREGORY'S GIRL).


~K (Work) (Vocation)
~Q We all have to work.
~A Fulton MacKay
~F Local Hero
~Y (1983)

~K (Environment) (Beach)
~Q Who'd look after the beach then? It would go to pieces in a short matter of time.
~A Fulton MacKay
~F Local Hero
~Y (1983)

~K (Therapy) (Psychology)
~Q You're talking perversion not therapy.
~A Burt Lancaster
~F Local Hero
~Y (1983)

~K (Babies)
~Q Believe you me, if it didn't take men to make babies I wouldn't have anything to do with any of you.
~A Gena Rowlands
~F Lonely Are the Brave
~Y (1962)

~K (Casting couch)
~Q I don't suppose I'm the only one who's had to fuck her way to the top.
~A Pia Zadora
~F The Lonely Lady
~Y (1982)

~K (Self-respect) (Business)
~Q In this business, you can't afford self-respect.
~A Lloyd Bochner
~F The Lonely Lady
~Y (1982)

Longest Day Longest Day

Epic, all-star rendering of the battles and events surrounding D-Day, June 6, 1944. The film dramatizes the viewpoints of the French, English, German, and American soldiers.


WORLD WAR II SET (4PK) WORLD WAR II SET (4PK)

DVD Features: Region 1 Boxed Set THE LONGEST DAY: Keep Case Single Side - Dual Layer Widescreen - 2.35:1 Audio: Dolby Digital 5.0 - English/German/French Dolby Surround - English/German/French Dolby Surround - French THX Mastered Audio Additional Release Material: Theatrical Trailer Interactive Features: Scene Access Interactive Menus PATTON: Keep Case 2-Disc Set Anamorphic Widescreen - 2.35:1 Single Side - Dual Layer Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 - English Dolby Digital Surround - English.


~K (God)
~Q Sometimes I wonder whose side God's on.
~A John Wayne
~F The Longest Day
~Y (1962)

~K (Punishment) (Torture)
~Q Now that's someone I love. Think what could happen to you.
~A Mark Rydell
~F The Long Goodbye
~Y (1973)

~K (Desires) (Self-reliant) (Calm)
~Q I am no trembling little rabbit full of smoldering, unsatisfied desires.
~A Joanne Woodward
~F The Long, Hot Summer
~Y (1958)

~K (Lust)
~Q Listen to that -- if those boys don't sound like a bunch of tomcats yowling at the moon.
~A Anthony Franciosa
~F The Long, Hot Summer
~Y (1958)

~K (Woman) (Skinny)
~Q There's bones there, but the bones is covered up by plenty of real woman.
~A Orson Welles
~F The Long, Hot Summer
~Y (1958)

~K (Drowning)
~Q I've got half the fjord in my guts.
~A Richard Widmark
~F The Long Ships
~Y (1963)

~K (Effort) (Dedication)
~Q Some are destined to fight to the very end.
~A Curt Jurgens
~F Lord Jim
~Y (1965)

~K (Nights)
~Q Something that happened a long time ago on a night like this.
~A Peter O'Toole
~F Lord Jim
~Y (1965)

~K (Babies)
~Q Black babies belong with black mothers.
~A Samuel L. Jackson
~F Losing Isaiah
~Y (1995)

~K (Love)
~Q I'm doing this because I love him, really, really love him.
I love him, too.
~A Halle Berry
~A Jessica Lange
~F Losing Isaiah
~Y (1995)

~K (Drugs)
~Q I wanted to hear my baby. I don't want no drugs takin' me out of my head.
~A Halle Berry
~F Losing Isaiah
~Y (1995)

~K (Poetry) (Profit)
~Q There once was a harlot named Sue
Who filled up her who's its with glue
She said with a grin
They can pay to get in
They can pay to get out again, too.
~A George Segal
~F Lost and Found
~Y (1979)

~K (Rural or small colleges)
~Q They don't have entrance exams. If you rape your sister by the time she's fifteen, you're in.
~A George Segal
~F Lost and Found
~Y (1979)

Lost Boys Lost Boys

One of the better vampire films about two new-in-town brothers who discover a local gang of motorcycle youths are more undead than alive. Younger brother Sam works hard to eradicate the ghoulies but his older brother falls in love with the bunch's lone female - and is gradually becoming a vampire himself. An interesting candy-coasted meditation on teen conformity with a great rock soundtrack.


~K (Children)
~Q Don't kill me. I'm basically a good kid.
~A Corey Haim
~F The Lost Boys
~Y (1987)

~K (Immortality)
~Q So, now you know what we are and now you know what you are. You'll never grow old. . . and you'll never die. . . but you must feed.
~A Keifer Sutherland
~F The Lost Boys
~Y (1987)

~K (Sarcasm) (Truth) (America)
~Q This is just our cover, we're dedicated to a higher purpose. We're fighters for truth, justice in the American system.
~A Corey Haim
~F The Lost Boys
~Y (1987)

~K (Blood) (Relations)
~Q Well, this time I'll protect you, bud. Even though you're a vampire, you're still my brother.
~A Corey Haim
~F The Lost Boys
~Y (1987)

~K (Rice) (Food)
~Q You don't like rice? Tell me. . . how could a billion Chinese people be wrong?
~A Keifer Sutherland
~F The Lost Boys
~Y (1987)

~K (Rules) (Life)
~Q We have one simple rule here: Be kind!
~A Sam Jaffe
~F Lost Horizon
~Y (1937)

~K (Philosophy) (Life) (Death)
~Q You are in the midst of life. Do not seek death, it will find you. But choose the road that makes death a fulfillment.
~A Sir John Gielgud
~F Lost Horizon
~Y (1972)

Lost In America Lost In America

Sedate married couple David and Linda Howard live lives of quiet desperation. David has put in eight long years as creative director of a top ad agency, while Linda has worked in a windowless office for the last seven years. They both know there's something missing but don't know how to fix it. When David doesn't get the promotion he's been counting on, they impulsively decide to drastically alter their quiet lifestyle--they quit their jobs, withdraw their nest egg from the bank, and head out on


~K (Prices) (Money) (Service)
~Q For what I'm paying, I don't get leather?
~A Albert Brooks
~F Lost in America
~Y (1985)

~K (Consultants)
~Q I'm a high-paid advertising consultant. These are professional opinions you're getting.
~A Albert Brooks
~F Lost in America
~Y (1985)

~K (The future)
~Q I've seen the future! It's a bald headed man from New York.
~A Albert Brooks
~F Lost in America
~Y (1985)

LOST WEEKEND, THE LOST WEEKEND, THE

DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Full Frame - 1.33 Single Side - Single Layer Audio: Dolby Digital Mono - English Additional Release Material: Highlights Trailers Parental Lock Text/Photo Galleries: Production Notes Biographies - 1. Cast & Cre


~K (Drinking) (Getting high)
~Q It tosses the sandbags overboard so the balloon can soar. Suddenly I'm above the ordinary. I'm competent, supremely competent. I'm walking a tightrope over Niagara Falls. I'm one of the great ones.
~A Ray Milland
~F The Lost Weekend
~Y (1945)

~K (Drinking)
~Q What I'm trying to say is, I'm not a drinker - - I'm a drunk.
~A Ray Milland
~F The Lost Weekend
~Y (1945)

~K (Burning bridges)
~Q Burning bridges is thirsty work.
~A Paul Soles
~F The Lotus Eaters
~Y (1994)

~K (Hope)
~Q Don't give up hope.
~A Aloko MacLean
~F The Lotus Eaters
~Y (1994)

~K (Hearts) (Love)
~Q Hearts get in trouble.
~A R.H. Thompson
~F The Lotus Eaters
~Y (1994)

~K (Parents)
~Q I would rather die, than turn into you guys.
~A Tara Frederick
~F The Lotus Eaters
~Y (1994)

~K (Tramps)
~Q My mom says you're a tramp.
And, what do you think?
I think she's right.
~A Tony Dakota
~A Michelle Barbara Pelletier
~F The Lotus Eaters
~Y (1994)

~K (Advancement) (Life)
~Q You know, if you wanna get anywhere, you got to look a little farther than what's happening right in front of your nose.
~A Frances Hyland
~F The Lotus Eaters
~Y (1994)

~K (Rules) (Children)
~Q You're not supposed to smoke.
I'm not supposed to do anything.
~A Aloko MacLean
~A Tara Frederick
~F The Lotus Eaters ~Y (1994)

~K (Affairs)
~Q Itís not that Iím prudish. Itís just that my mother told me never to enter any manís room in months ending in ďR..Ē
~A Irene Dunne
~F Love Affair
~Y (1939)

~K (Clothes)
~Q How would you like to go around dressed like a head waiter for the last seven hundred years?
~A George Hamilton
~F Love at First Bite
~Y (1979)

~K (Age)
~Q I ain't never gonna get too old for huggin' and kissin'.
~A Mickey Rooney
~F Love Finds Andy Hardy
~Y (1938)

~K (Maturity)
~Q On account of you, I was grown up for one day.
~A Judy Garland
~F Love Finds Andy Hardy
~Y (1938)

~K (Trouble)
~Q I spoil everything I touch.
~A Lana Turner
~F Love Has Many Faces
~Y (1964)

~K (Inadequacy)
~Q You might fill the days, but never the nights.
~A Lana Turner
~F Love Has Many Faces
~Y (1964)

Love Is a Many Splendored Thing Love Is a Many Splendored Thing

A female Eurasian doctor falls in love with an American war correspondent. Set in colorful Hong Kong during the troubled time of the Korean War. Academy Award Nominations: 8, including Best Picture, Best Actress--Jennifer Jones. Academy Awards: 3, including Best Song (Love is a Many-Splendored Thing).


~K (Beautiful)
~Q . . . even the fat, ugly people of this world believe that being in love makes them beautiful and justifies everything.
~A Jennifer Jones
~F Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing
~Y (1955)

~K (Faith)
~Q I believe in the human heart now only as a doctor.
~A Jennifer Jones
~F Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing
~Y (1955)

~K (Love)
~Q We have not missed, you and I -- we have not missed that many-splendored thing.
~A William Holden
~F Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing
~Y (1955)

~K (Searching)
~Q All I wanna do is find 'em, if it takes the rest of my life.
~A Elvis Presley
~F Love Me Tender
~Y (1956)

~K (Truth) (Speak-up)
~Q Say it because it's true.
~A Elvis Presley
~F Love Me Tender
~Y (1956)

~K (Responsibility)
~Q Ya didn't think I'd let ya down didja?
~A Elvis Presley
~F Love Me Tender
~Y (1956)

~K (Rights)
~Q You ain't got no right to do this.
~A Elvis Presley
~F Love Me Tender
~Y (1956)

~K (Disbelief) (Lies)
~Q You think we're gonna swaller that?
~A Sterling Hayden
~F Love Me Tender
~Y (1956)

Love Story

A New England college is the setting for this study of a love affair that is tinged with the tragedy of illness. Academy Award Nominations: 7, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor--Ryan O'Neal, Best Actress--Ali MacGraw, Best (Adapted) Screenplay--Erich Segal. Academy Awards: Best Original Score.


~K (Dying)
~Q It's like falling off a cliff in slow motion. . . after a while, you wish you'd hit the ground already.
~A Ali McGraw
~F Love Story
~Y (1970)

~K (Love)
~Q Love means never having to say you're sorry.
~A Ryan O'Neal
~F Love Story
~Y (1970)

~K (Rich)
~Q You look stupid and rich.
~A Ali McGraw
~F Love Story
~Y (1970)

~K (Marriage)
~Q Better wed than dead.
~A Steve McQueen
~F Love With the Proper Stranger
~Y (1964)

~K (Clients)
~Q And if we work fast we can get the account.
~A Doris Day
~F Lover Come Back
~Y (1961)

~K (Presentations)
~Q We canít work up a presentation by then.
We can and we will.
~A Ann B. Davis
~A Doris Day
~F Lover Come Back
~Y (1961)

~K (Size)
~Q He's much bigger now.
~A Carrie Fisher
~F Loverboy
~Y (1989)

~K (Food)(Diets)
~Q I've got pork chops hidden in the freezer.
~A Carrie Fisher
~F Loverboy
~Y (1989)

~K (Romance) (Books)
~Q A book to me means love because when you give a book about a romantic place itís like saying that all the days of your life should be as romantic as Spain and surrounded by a cover of happiness.
~A Diane Keaton
~F Lovers and Other Strangers
~Y (1969)

~K (Truth)
~Q So what's the story?
~A Richard Castellano
~F Lovers and Other Strangers
~Y (1969)

~K (Insanity) (Crazy)
~Q You know, you're really crazy.
~A Shirley MacLaine
~F Loving Couples
~Y (1980)

~K (Feelings)
~Q I couldn't be better.
~A Leslie Caron
~F The L-Shaped Room
~Y (1963)

~K (Choices)
~Q I don't have any choice.
~A Leslie Caron
~F The L-Shaped Room
~Y (1963)

~K (Thankful)
~Q I have a lot to be thankful for.
~A Leslie Caron
~F The L-Shaped Room
~Y (1963)

~K (Responsibility)
~Q I'm not your responsibility -- I'm not anybody's but mine.
~A Leslie Caron
~F The L-Shaped Room
~Y (1963)

~K (Sexual attraction)
~Q Dames like me.
~A Alan Ladd
~F Lucky Jordan
~Y (1942)

~K (Violence) (Abuse)
~Q . . . don't want this country run by guys who beat up old ladies.
~A Alan Ladd
~F Lucky Jordan
~Y (1942)

~K (Money)
~Q For that kind of dough, I'd do a swan dive off the Statue of Liberty!
~A Mable Paige
~F Lucky Jordan
~Y (1942)

~K (Apologies)
~Q Sorry, I thought it was your face.
~A Alan Ladd
~F Lucky Jordan
~Y (1942)

~K (Names) (Affection)
~Q There must be some old broad who won't mind callin' me Sonny for the right amount.
~A Alan Ladd
~F Lucky Jordan
~Y (1942)


























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