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~K (Alone) (Conscious) ~Q Always
I must walk the streets alone. And always I am followed. Soundlessly. Yet I hear it. It's me pursuing myself.
~A Peter Lorre
~F M
~Y (1931)

~K (Obsessions)
~Q I can't help myself.
~A Peter Lorre
~F M
~Y (1931)

~K (Laziness)
~Q He ain't lifted a hand since he moved in 'less it was to borrow something.
~A Esther Dale
~F Ma and Pa Kettle
~Y (1949)

~K (Famous) (Celebrity)
~Q How's it feel to be a big celebrity?
~A Richard Long
~F Ma and Pa Kettle
~Y (1949)

~K (Accomplishments)
~Q There's a boy you can really call a self-made man.
~A Marjorie Main
~F Ma and Pa Kettle
~Y (1949)

~K (Fashion)
~Q Thought I'd take a whirl at getting dressed.
~A Percy Kilbride
~F Ma and Pa Kettle
~Y (1949)

~K (Miracles)
~Q Well, if this ain't the age of miracles.
~A Marjorie Main
~F Ma and Pa Kettle
~Y (1949)

~K (Home) (Cleaning)
~Q Well, somebody has to keep things neat around here.
~A Marjorie Main
~F Ma and Pa Kettle
~Y (1949)

~K (Money)
~Q What's so all important about the state of your pocket book? People are people whether they're rich or poor. Aren't they?
~A Richard Long
~F Ma and Pa Kettle
~Y (1949)

~K (Lies) (Reality)
~Q How you gonna keep 'em from seeing what ain't?
~A Marjorie Main
~F Ma and Pa Kettle at Home
~Y (1954)

~K (Age)
~Q In those days I had an hour glass figure. The sands have sure shifted.
~A Marjorie Main
~F Ma and Pa Kettle at Home
~Y (1954)

~K (Work) (Effort)
~Q You worry too much. . . You ought to be relaxed like me.
If I like you, who do the work around here?
~A Percy Kilbride
~A Oliver Blake
~F Ma and Pa Kettle at Home
~Y (1954)

~K (Beliefs) (Punishment)
~Q I did what I believed in. Are you going to punish me for that?
~A Nigel Patrick
~F The MacKintosh Man
~Y (1973)

~K (Dislikes) (Hate)
~Q I don't dislike you. I hate you!
~A Helen Parrish
~F Mad About Music
~Y (1938)

~K (Coffins) (Scratches)
~Q For goodness sake, whatever you do, don't mar the coffin.
~A Andrew Tombes
~F The Mad Ghoul
~Y (1943)

Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

In this third installment in the Mad Max series, Max battles the crafty ruler of Bartertown, Aunty Entity (Tina Turner). Among many other pop hits, the film features the songs, We Don't Need Another Hero, and One of the Living.


~K (Boss) (Management)
~Q Now, listen good. . . I'm the guy who keeps Mr. Dead in his pocket, and I say we're gonna stay here. . .
~A Mel Gibson
~F Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome
~Y (1985)

~K (Rules)
~Q . . . two men, hand to hand, no jury, no appeal, no parole. Two men enter, one man leave.
~A Tina Turner
~F Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome
~Y (1985)

~K (Cocktail) (Drink)
~Q It has always seemed to me that the cocktail should approach us on tiptoe, like a young girl whose first appeal is . . . innocence.
~A Edgar Kennedy
~F Mad Wednesday
~Y (1947)

~K (Crazy) (Mad)
~Q Do you think that you're mad?
~A Helen Mirren
~F The Madness of King George
~Y (1994)

~K (Appreciation) (Wonder)
~Q Fascinating stuff, what, what?
~A Nigel Hawthorne
~F The Madness of King George
~Y (1994)

~K (Drink)
~Q I don't drink that much. It just appears that way. I don't swallow.
~A Stephen Furst
~F The Magic Kid
~Y (1993)

~K (IQ) (Intelligence)
~Q When your IQ reaches double digits, I'm gonna give you a raise.
~A Joseph Campanella
~F The Magic Kid
~Y (1993)

~K (Maturity)
~Q At 21 or 22, so many things appear solid, permanent, untenable, which, at 40, seems nothing but disappearing mire. forty canít tell 20 about this. Twenty can find that only by getting to be 40.
~A Joseph Cotten
~F The Magnificent Ambersons
~Y (1942)

~K (Come-uppance) (Fame)
~Q But those who had so longed for it were not there to see it, and they never knew it. Those who were still living had forgotten all about it and all about him.
~A Orson Welles
~F The Magnificent Ambersons
~Y (1942)

~K (Fate)
~Q I wouldn't tell this to anybody but you, but it seemed to me as if someone else was in that room, and that, through me, she'd brought her boy under shelter, again, and that I'd been true at last to my very true love.
~A Joseph Cotten
~F The Magnificent Ambersons
~Y (1942)

~K (Old-age)
~Q Do you know what I think when I see a pretty girl? ďOh, to be 80 again.Ē
~A Louis Calhern
~F The Magnificent Yankee
~Y (1950)

Dirty Harry Collection Dirty Harry Collection

This Clint Eastwood Gift Set includes ; Dead Pool Dirty Harry Enforcer Magnum Force Sudden Impact.


~K (Experience)
~Q How the hell's a man supposed to get experience if no one gives him a chance?
~A Clint Eastwood
~F Magnum Force
~Y (1973)

~K (Shit) (Losing) (Problems)
~Q It happens.
~A Clint Eastwood
~F Magnum Force
~Y (1973)

~K (Limitations)
~Q A man's got to know his limitations.
~A Clint Eastwood
~F Magnum Force
~Y (1973)

~K (Ability)
~Q You handled yourself real well tonight.
~A Clint Eastwood
~F Magnum Force
~Y (1973)

~K (Smiles)
~Q Flash that baby grand of yours you call a smile.
~A Diana Ross
~F Mahogany
~Y (1975)

~K (Well-behaved) (Brightness)
~Q I'll try and be a well-behaved light bulb.
~A Ginger Rogers
~F The Major and the Minor
~Y (1942)

~K (Childhood)
~Q I was a very straightforward child -- I used to spit.
~A Ginger Rogers
~F The Major and the Minor
~Y (1942)

~K (Drinking)
~Q Why don't you get out of that wet coat and into a dry martini?
~A Robert Benchly
~F The Major and the Minor
~Y (1942)

~K (Salvation)
~Q I believe there are two things necessary to salvation. . . Money and gunpowder.
~A Robert Morley
~F Major Barbara
~Y (1941)

Major Payne Major Payne

Major Benson Payne experiences severe culture shock when he leaves the Marines; a couple of decades in uniform have left him unprepared for civilian life. Through the help of a friend, he gets a position leading a ROTC outfit at a prep school, but his young recruits are thoroughly unprepared for his gruff and acerbic rigidity. The major has a change of heart -- and loosens up considerably -- when he meets a winsome and intelligent doctor who provides just the romantic touch he needs.


~K (Killing) (Obsolete)
~Q Gotta be somebody needs some killin'.
~A Damon Wayans
~F Major Payne
~Y (1995)

~K (Laughter)
~Q What you laughin' at, Pig Boy?
~A Damon Wayans
~F Major Payne
~Y (1995)

Maltese Falcon Maltese Falcon

Hard-drinking private eye Sam Spade sleuths the backyard of San Francisco in search of an elusive black bird statuette while evading the setups of three disparate miscreants: the duplicitous Brigid, the perfumed Mr. Cairo, and the scheming Fat Man. Huston's brilliant directorial debut is aided by first-rate performances, excellent camera work, as well as the director's acute attention to detail while shooting the film. Based on the crime novel by Dashiell Hammett. Academy Award Nominations: 3, i


HUMPHREY BOGART SET (4PK) HUMPHREY BOGART SET (4PK)

Includes four of Bogey's greatest. THE MALTESE FALCON: Hard-drinking private eye Sam Spade sleuths the backyard of San Francisco in search of an elusive black bird statuette while evading the setups of three disparate miscreants: the duplicitous Brigid, the perfumed Mr. Cairo, and the scheming Fat Man. Huston's brilliant directorial debut is aided by first-rate performances, excellent camera work, as well as the director's acute attention to detail while shooting the film.


~K (Quirky) (Character)
~Q By gad, sir, you are a character.
~A Sydney Greenstreet
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Coffee)
~Q Coffee'll be ready, soon. We'll have a cup and try, again.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Money) (Financing)
~Q How much money have yuh got?
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Forthright) (Up-front)
~Q I do like a man who tells you right out he's lookin' for himself. Don't we all? I don't trust a man who says he's not.
~A Sydney Greenstreet
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Trouble) (Problems)
~Q I don't mind a reasonable amount of trouble.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Innocence)
~Q I haven't lived a good life. I've been bad. Worse than you could know.
Yeah. That's good, because if you actually were as innocent as you pretend to be, we'd never get anywhere.
~A Mary Astor
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Talking) (Discussion)
~Q I'll tell you right out, I'm a man who likes talking to a man who likes to talk.
~A Sydney Greenstreet
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Assistance)
~Q I thought and hoped you could assist me.
~A Peter Lorre
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Interest)
~Q More than idle curiosity prompted my question.
~A Peter Lorre
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Ability) (Knowledge)
~Q Oh, it's not always easy to know what to do.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Stories)
~Q Suppose you tell me about it from the very beginning.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Talking) (Speaking)
~Q Talking's something you can't do judiciously, unless you keep in practice.
~A Sydney Greenstreet
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Money) (Talking)
~Q . . . this is genuine coin of the realm. With a dollar of this you can buy ten dollars of talk.
~A Sydney Greenstreet
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Goodness) (Quality)
~Q You're good. You're very good.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Grips) (Exercise)
~Q You will please clasp your hands together at the back of your neck.
~A Peter Lorre
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Dreams)
~Q What is it?
The. . . stuff that dreams are made of.
~A Ward Bond
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Characters) (Birds)
~Q What're you birds suckin' around here for?
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F The Maltese Falcon
~Y (1941)

~K (Clothes) (Fashion)
~Q Oh, my God! Someone's been sleeping in my dress.
~A Beatrice Arthur
~F Mame
~Y (1974)

~K (Vacations)
~Q I ainít weekended in the country for some time.
~A Eddie ďRochesterĒ Anderson
~F Man About Town
~Y (1939)

~K (Kissing)
~Q I have half a notion to kiss you.
I have the other half.
~A Dorothy Lamour
~A Jack Benny
~F Man About Town
~Y (1939)

~K (Predicaments) (Trouble)
~Q I wonder if that little girl knows what sheís getting into?
~A Edward Arnold
~F Man About Town
~Y (1939)

~K (Bridge) (Divorce) (Marriage)
~Q This man has probably broken up more homes than contract bridge.
~A Phil Harris
~F Man About Town
~Y (1939)

~K (Beginnings)
~Q Well, I hope weíre off to a good start.
~A Jack Benny
~F Man About Town
~Y (1939)

~K (Curiosity)
~Q You know, youíve given me a terrible case of curiosity.
~A Eddie ďRochesterĒ Anderson
~F Man About Town
~Y (1939)

~K (Death) (Life) (Time)
~Q Youíre a long time dead, you know.
~A Edward Arnold
~F Man About Town
~Y (1939)

~K (Past) (Present) (Future) (Outdoors)
~Q What a pity that one ever has to come out-of-doors. Inside, when the curtain is closed, it's possible to forget the present, turn your back on the future, and face the past with hope and confidence.
~A James Mason
~F The Man Between
~Y (1953)

~K (Scientists)
~Q We are not scientist anymore. We are murderers.
~A Reinhold Schunzel
~F The Man in Half-moon Street
~Y (1944)

~K (Actors)
~Q Actors and idiots are born.
~A James Cagney
~F Man of a Thousand Faces
~Y (1957)

~K (Books)
~Q Do you know whatís in his room? Books. Hundreds of books, under lock and key.
~A Brenda Fricker
~F A Man of No Importance
~Y (1994)

~K (Prison) (Repression)
~Q I am in prison. Been in prison all my life.
~A Albert Finney
~F A Man of No Importance
~Y (1994)

~K (Love)
~Q Loveís funny, Mr. Byrne. I hope it comes to you one day.
~A Tara Fitsgerald
~F A Man of No Importance
~Y (1994)

~K (Dirty) (Sexy)
~Q This is salacious stuff.
~A Michael Gambon
~F A Man of No Importance
~Y (1994)

~K (Amusement) (Stories)
~Q Weíll amuse ourselves telling stories from the great river of life.
~A Albert Finney
~F A Man of No Importance
~Y (1994)

~K (Urges) (Attraction)
~Q Canít resist a pretty girl. Know what I mean?
~A Chevy Chase
~F Man of the House
~Y (1995)

~K (Coffee)
~Q I don't make it. My husband's the cook.
~A Gloria Grahame
~F Man on a Tightrope
~Y (1953)

~K (Alternate plans) (Tricks) (Cards)
~Q Oh, I know a few tricks, too.
~A Gloria Grahame
~F Man on a Tightrope
~Y (1953)

~K (Time) (Performances)
~Q What time is it? Will I be able to return in time for the performance?
~A Fredric March
~F Man on a Tightrope
~Y (1953)

~K (Compliments) (Pretty)
~Q You look very nice.
~A Fredric March
~F Man on a Tightrope
~Y (1953)

~K (Haircuts)
~Q Somebody's been butchering you, haven't they?
~A Ally Sheedy
~F Man's Best Friend
~Y (1993)

~K (Dogs) (Innocence)
~Q In the wrong hands, he could be a deadly weapon.
~A Lance Hendrickson
~F Man's Best Friend
~Y (1993)

~K (Interest)
~Q There are times when I like you.
~A Rock Hudson
~F Man's Favorite Sport?
~Y (1965)

~K (Directions)
~Q You just yank that back as hard as you can. . .
~A Rock Hudson
~F Man's Favorite Sport?
~Y (1965)

~K (Departures) (Commitment)
~Q Did you ever get the feeling that you wanted to stay, and still get the feeling that you wanted to go?
~A Jimmy Durante
~F The Man Who Came to Dinner
~Y (1941)

~K (Self-centered)
~Q Don't tell me how you are. . . I want none of the tiresome details. I've very little time, and so the conversation will be entirely about me, and I shall love it.
~A Reginald Gardiner
~F The Man Who Came to Dinner
~Y (1941)

~K (Pleasure) (Harm)
~Q From now on, anything I can do to help exterminate the human race will fill me with the greatest of pleasure.
~A Mary Wickes
~F The Man Who Came to Dinner
~Y (1941)

~K (Nursing)
~Q I became a nurse because all my life, ever since I was a little girl, I was filled with the idea of serving a suffering humanity.
~A Mary Wickes
~F The Man Who Came to Dinner
~Y (1941)

~K (Bribes)
~Q I guess you are sort of attractive in a corn-fed sort of way. You can find yourself a poor girl falling for you if -- well, if you threw in a set of dishes.
~A Bette Davis
~F The Man Who Came to Dinner
~Y (1941)

~K (Chocolate) (Candy)
~Q I had an aunt who ate a box of chocolates every day of her life. She lived to be a hundred and two, and when she had been dead three days, she looked healthier than you do now!
~A Monty Woolley
~F The Man Who Came to Dinner
~Y (1941)

~K (Employees)
~Q This aging debutante. . . I retain in my employ only because she is the sole support of her two-headed brother.
~A Monty Woolley
~F The Man Who Came to Dinner
~Y (1941)

~K (Tricks)
~Q I hate tricks, Pilgrim.
~A John Wayne
~F The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
~Y (1962)

~K (Legend) (Fact) (West)
~Q This is the West, sir. When legend becomes fact, print the legend.
~A Carleton Young
~F The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance
~Y (1962)

~K (Guns) (Preparedness)
~Q Thereís only one thing you gotta learn -- get it out fast.
~A Kirk Douglas
~F Man Without a Star
~Y (1955)

~K (Agents) (Representatives)
~Q I canít live an agent of the enemy.
~A Pierce Brosnan
~F The Manions of America
~Y (1981)

~K (Appreciation)
~Q I donít know how to thank you for your kindness.
~A Linda Purl
~F The Manions of America
~Y (1981)

~K (Chances) (Odds)
~Q I donít like the odds.
~A David Soul
~F The Manions of America
~Y (1981)

~K (Debt)
~Q Remember, itís only the rich that can afford to be in debt.
~A David Soul
~F The Manions of America
~Y (1981)

~K (Farmers)
~Q A small farm and poor soil can grind the heart out of a man.
~A David Soul
~F The Manions of America
~Y (1981)

~K (Perks)
~Q There are compensations.
~A Pierce Brosnan
~F The Manions of America
~Y (1981)

~K (Love) (Future)
~Q Thereís always a future for people who love each other.
~A Kate Mulgrew
~F The Manions of America
~Y (1981)

~K (Memories) (Ireland)
~Q We have long memories in Ireland.
~A Pierce Brosnan
~F The Manions of America
~Y (1981)

~K (Irish)
~Q Youíre a race of mad men.
~A Kate Mulgrew
~F The Manions of America
~Y (1981)

~K (Patience)
~Q You are the kindest, most patient man in the whole world.
I think so, too.
~A Linda Purl
~A David Soul
~F The Manions of America
~Y (1981)

Marked for Death Marked for Death

Director of Photography Robert Thomas filmed the Jamaican footage. Filmed in Los Angeles, California, and Jamaica; color by DeLuxe; in Panavision. Shooting began February 20, 1990; completed May 1990. Energy & herbs were provided by Ron Teeguarden. The rituals seen in the film are based on Aba Qua, an African religion practiced in the Carribean. The filmmakers would like you to know that The posse phenomenon is estimated to be a fraction of one per cent of the Jamaican population.


~K (Dues)
~Q . . . I've lied, I've slept with informants, I've taken drugs, I've falsified evidence. . . I did whatever I had to do. . .
~A Steven Seagal
~F Marked for Death
~Y (1990)

~K (Wrong)
~Q One thought he was invincible, the other thought he could fly. . . they were both wrong.
~A Steven Seagal
~F Marked for Death
~Y (1990)

~K (Trouble)
~Q . . . when trouble finds you, you go after it and bite its head off before it does the same to you.
~A Steven Seagal
~F Marked for Death
~Y (1990)

~K (Revenge) (Pain)
~Q If I find out that you or anyone else has laid a finger on her. . . Iíll get you - even if I have to crawl back from my grave.
~A Bette Davis
~F Marked Woman
~Y (1937)

~K (Work)
~Q I do my best work in the board room. . . and my bedroom.
~A Cybill Shepherd
~F Married To It
~Y (1993)

~K (Action)
~Q You, me, always looking for action.
~A Mercedes Ruehl
~F Married to the Mob
~Y (1988)

MARTY ('55) MARTY ('55)

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 (Action) (Old-age)
~Q Am I an old dog to lay near the fire till my eyes close?
~A Augusta Ciolli
~F Marty
~Y (1955)

~K (Lonely) (Appearance)
~Q Comes New Yearís Eve, everybody starts arranging parties. Iím the guy they got to dig up a date for.
~A Ernest Borgnine.
~F Marty
~Y (1955)

~K (Old-age)
~Q These are the worst years, I tell you.
~A Augusta Ciolli
~F Marty
~Y (1955)

~K (Service)
~Q All I ask is to serve you.
~A Fredric March
~F Mary of Scotland
~Y (1936)

Mary Poppins Mary Poppins

A magical, musical nanny brings a breath of fresh air into the stuffy Banks household in turn-of-the-century England. Overstuffed with gaiety, this children's fantasy is filled to the brim with wonderful dance numbers and outrageous songs (such as the seemingly unpronounceable Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious).


Mary Poppins (jewel) Mary Poppins (jewel)

Mary Poppins (jewel)


~K (Wages) (Payroll)
~Q My wages if you please.
~A Elsa Lanchester
~F Mary Poppins
~Y (1964)

~K (Economic forecasts) (Britain)
~Q Moneyís sound, credit rates are moving up, up, up, and the British pound is the admiration of the world.
~A David Tomlinson
~F Mary Poppins
~Y (1964)

~K (Facts) (Problems) (Solutions)
~Q Kindly do not attempt to cloud the issue with facts.
~A David Tomlinson
~F Mary Poppins
~Y (1964)

~K (Trials) (Time limits)
~Q Iíll give you one week.
~A Julie Andrews
~F Mary Poppins
~Y (1964)

~K (Appearances)
~Q Never judge things by their appearances.
~A Julie Andrews
~F Mary Poppins
~Y (1964)

~K (Work) (Pleasure) (Fun)
~Q In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun.
~A Julie Andrews
~F Mary Poppins
~Y (1964)

Mary Reilly

The Jekyll and Hyde saga is told from the point of view of the doctor's long-time maid, Mary Reilly, in this feature based on the novel by Valerie Martin. Despite her close collaboration with the staid Dr. Jekyll and her fascination with his assistant Hyde, she is unable to realize their true nature until too late.The battle between good and evil has many victims... and one witness. -- marketing line. Mary Reilly suffered an emotionally and physically wrenching childhood.


~K (Faces)
~Q Did you see his face?
~A Julia Roberts
~F Mary Reilly
~Y (1996)

~K (Feelings)
~Q I fell differently with you. Why should that be?
~A John Malkovich
~F Mary Reilly
~Y (1996)

~K (Success)
~Q I have made a great breakthrough!
~A John Malkovich
~F Mary Reilly
~Y (1996)

~K (Fathers) (Hate)
~Q You must have really hated your father.
~A John Malkovich
~F Mary Reilly
~Y (1996)

~K (Effort) (Death)
~Q You can't cheat death.
We won't know unless we try!
~A Tom Hulce
~A Kenneth Branagh
~F Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
~Y (1994)

~K (Religion)
~Q . . . were you on this religious kick at home, or did you crack up over here?
~A Donald Sutherland
~F M*A*S*H*
~Y (1970)

Mask Mask

Boring bank account officer Stanley Ipkiss -- your average pushover nice guy -- is tired of kowtowing to his know-nothing boss and being rejected by attractive women. But just before he decides to end it all, Stanley's transformed from spineless accountant to jiving zoot-suited hellion when he discovers the super-human powers of an ancient wooden mask he finds floating in the river. With the mask, Stanley's got the courage to do everything he's ever dreamed of, including woo blond bombshell Tina.


Theatrical Hits Gift Set: Austin Powers/The Mask/The Wedding Singer/Lost in Space

Box Set includes: THE MASK, THE WEDDING SINGER, AUSTIN POWERS, and LOST IN SPACE. See individual titles for detailed descriptions.


~K (Affection) (Longing)
~Q Did you miss me?
~A Jim Carrey
~F The Mask
~Y (1994)

~K (Time) (Kisses)
~Q There's always time for one last kiss.
~A Peter Breene
~F The Mask
~Y (1994)

~K (Trouble maker)
~Q This guy's incorrigible.
~A Jim Carrey
~F The Mask
~Y (1994)

~K (Suggestions)
~Q What would sound good to you?
~A Peter Riegert
~F The Mask
~Y (1994)

Mask of Diijon Mask of Diijon

The great director Von Stroheim plays a magician who manipulates his enemies through hypnosis, making them kill others and then themselves.


~K (Coffee)
~Q It's a good strong cuppa coffee I'll be getting you right away.
~A Hope Landlin
~F The Mask of Diijon
~Y (1946)

~K (Music) (Killing)
~Q You'd better play "Hearts and Flowers" because I'm going to kill you.
~A Jeanne Bates
~F The Mask of Diijon
~Y (1946)

~K (Champagne) (Women)
~Q Champagne. . . makes girls dance and drop their pants.
~A Meg Tilly
~F Masquerade
~Y (1988)

~K (Talk) (Discussion)
~Q Donít speak.
~A Greta Garbo
~F Mata Hari
~Y (1931)

~K (Life) (Interests) (Excitement)
~Q Life's never quite interesting enough, somehow.
~A Shirley Booth
~F The Matchmaker
~Y (1958)

Maverick Maverick

An updating of the classic Western TV series Maverick, this comic oater finds our fast-talking, hard-gambling hero surviving many adventures while trying to come up with enough money to play in a high-stakes poker game. Penned by William Goldman with music by Randy Newman. Academy Award Nominations: Best Costume Design.


Mel Gibson Collection 3Pk Mel Gibson Collection 3Pk

Gift Set Includes - Conspiracy Thoery, - Lethal Weapon Dir. Cut, - Maverick.


~K (Guns)
~Q Everybody's got a gun.
~A James Coburn
~F Maverick
~Y (1995)

~K (Education)
~Q I ain't no educated man. I got sense enough not to try
~A Warren Beatty
~F McCabe and Mrs. Miller
~Y (1971)

~K (Desire)
~Q I tell you, sometimes, sometimes when I take a look at you, I just, I just keep looking and a-looking so I want to feel your little body up against me so bad I think I'm going to bust.
~A Warren Beatty
~F McCabe and Mrs. Miller
~Y (1971)

~K (Poetry)
~Q . . . well, I'll tell you something. I got poetry in me. I do! I got poetry in me.
~A Warren Beatty
~F McCabe and Mrs. Miller
~Y (1971)

~K (Jobs) (Task) (Work)
~Q As soon as you finish the job, you go.
~A June Allison
~F The McConnell Story
~Y (1955)

~K (Idiots)
~Q Don't stand out there like an idiot, you idiot.
~A Frank Faylen
~F The McConnell Story
~Y (1955)

~K (Desire) (Love)
~Q Every time you look at me you cut me in little pieces.
~A Alan Ladd
~F The McConnell Story
~Y (1955)

~K (Performance)
~Q He's really no good to you the way he is.
~A June Allison
~F The McConnell Story
~Y (1955)

~K (Coffee)
~Q How about some coffee?
~A Alan Ladd
~F The McConnell Story
~Y (1955)

~K (Reason)
~Q Someday I'll find the reason.
~A Alan Ladd
~F The McConnell Story
~Y (1955)

~K (Party time) (Fun)
~Q Itís party time!
~F McHaleís Navy
~Y (1996)

~K (Battery)
~Q Somebody ought to belt you in the mouth, but I won't. . . Like hell I won't
~A John Wayne
~F McLintock
~Y (1963)

~K (Hope)
~Q Don't give up hope, kid. Don't give up hope.
~A Danny Aiello
~F Me and the Kid
~Y (1993)

~K (Address) (Criminals)
~Q Is that anyway to talk to a desperate criminal?
~A Danny Aiello
~F Me and the Kid
~Y (1993)

~K (Forever) (Enjoyment)
~Q Kid, nothing's forever. Just enjoy it while it lasts.
~A Danny Aiello
~F Me and the Kid
~Y (1993)

~K (Sin)
~Q You don't make up your sins in church. You do it in the streets. You do it at home. The rest is bullshit, and you know it.
~A Martin Scorsese
~F Mean Streets
~Y (1973)

Medicine Man Medicine Man

Set in the Venezuelan rain forest, a brilliant but off-beat scientist discovers a possible cure for cancer within the lush Amazon jungle. He and a beautiful fellow biochemist must race against time to unlock the secrets of the cure before greedy developers destroy the forest.


~K (Lost)
~Q Haven't you ever lost anything. . .?
~A Sean Connery ~Y (1992)

~K (Science) (Possibilities) (Research)
~Q Isn't that what science is all about, eliminating possibilities?
~A Sean Connery
~F Medicine Man
~Y (1992)

MEET JOHN DOE MEET JOHN DOE

Cooper plays John Doe, an unemployed man who is duped into becoming an American symbol by an unscrupulous newspaper tycoon. Academy Award Nominations: Best Original Story. DVD Features: Region 0 Snap Case Full Frame - 1.33 Audio: Dolby Digital Mono - English


~K (Fast food)
~Q The first thing that happens to a guy like that, he starts wanting to go into restaurants and sit down at a table and eat salads, and cupcakes and tea. Boy, what that kind of food does to your system.
~A Walter Brennan
~F Meet John Doe
~Y (1941)

~K (Money) (Riches)
~Q I've seen guys like you go under before. Guys that never had a worry. They got ahold of some dough and went goofy.
~A Walter Brennan
~F Meet John Doe
~Y (1941)

~K (Society)
~Q . . . when you become a guy with a bank account, they got you. Yes sir, they got you.
~A Walter Brennan
~F Meet John Doe
~Y (1941)

~K (Job) (Flying) (Airplanes)
~Q Okay, boys, we've done our job for Uncle Sam. Now we're flying for ourselves.
~A Mathew Modine
~F Memphis Belle
~Y (1990)

~K (Leadership)
~Q When you lead you have to hurt people, sometimes the enemy, sometimes your own.
~A Jeff Chandler
~F Merrill's Marauders
~Y (1942)

~K (Questions)
~Q You're pretty sure of yourself, aren't you? Wouldn't you say the inter-American relationship as exemplified by your lackadaisical efforts to promote good will could possibly accomplish any thing? Why do you attempt to use polysyllabic conversation when your intelligence quotient is obviously minus nil?
~A Sidney Fields
~F Mexican Hayride
~Y (1948)

Midnight Cowboy Midnight Cowboy

Director John Schlesinger originally wanted actor Michael Sarrazin for the Joe Buck role, but he was already committed to They Shoot Horses, Don't They? It went to then-unknown Jon Voight instead, establishing the 31-year-old as a major young talent. Midnight Cowboy was Dustin Hoffman's first film after his star-making turn in The Graduate. To achieve that distinctive Ratso Rizzo limp, Hoffman placed pebbles in his shoes. Everybody's Talkin' was featured on Harry Nilsson's 1968 album.


~K (Ability) (Truth)
~Q Well, I'll tell you the truth now. I ain't a real cowboy, but I am one helluvah stud.
~A Jon Voight
~F Midnight Cowboy
~Y (1969)

~K (Bathroom)
~Q You just took a little rest-stop that wasnít on the schedule.
~A Jon Voight
~F Midnight Cowboy
~Y (1969)

~K (Problems) (Troubles)
~Q Is this gonna upset me?
~A Yaphet Koto
~F Midnight Run
~Y (1988)

~K (Morals) (Right)
~Q You're making it very difficult for me to do the right thing here.
~A Charles Grodin
~F Midnight Run
~Y (1988)

~K (Dating)
~Q The course of true love never did run smooth.
~A Dick Powell
~F A Midsummer Night's Dream
~Y (1935)

Midway Midway

A star-studded World War II drama about the great air and naval battle in which the underdog Yanks -- out numbered by the huge Japanese flotilla -- won American military supremacy in the Pacific. Leading them to their heroic victory is Admiral Nimitz and Captain Matt Garth, the latter a junior officer whose life is complicated by his son's romance with a Japanese-American girl.


NGV:BATTLE FOR MIDWAY NGV:BATTLE FOR MIDWAY

DVD Special Features: Region 1 Snap Case Full Frame - 1.33 Single Side - Single Layer Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1- English Additional Release Material: Bonus Featurette - COMBAT CAMERAMEN Profile - Dr. Robert Ballard Previews of Other National Geographic Features Interactive Features: Interactive Battle Map and Timeline Interactive Menus Trivia Quiz Scene Access Text/Photo Galleries: Photo Gallery Diagrams and Statistics of U.S. and Japanese Battle Forces DVD-ROM Features: Web Links


~K (Communications)
~Q Damn communications black-out.
~A Toshiro Mifune
~F Midway
~Y (1976)

~K (Intelligence) (Information)
~Q We have no definite intelligence reports. . .
~A Toshiro Mifune
~F Midway
~Y (1976)

~K (Confidence)
~Q Your confidence is most reassuring.
~A Toshiro Mifune
~F Midway
~Y (1976)

~K (Children)
~Q . . . alligators have the right idea. They eat their young.
~A Eve Arden
~F Mildred Pierce
~Y (1945)

~K (Departures)
~Q Get your things out of this house right now before I throw them into the street and you with them.
~A Joan Crawford
~F Mildred Pierce
~Y (1945)

~K (Money) (Independence)
~Q With this money I can get away from every rotten, stinking thing that makes me think of this place or you.
~A Ann Blyth
~F Mildred Pierce
~Y (1945)

~K (Sex education)
~Q This is a woman.
~A Michael Patrick Carter
~F Milk Money
~Y (1994)

~K (Puberty)
~Q You're not hairy enough to be dangerous.
~A Melanie Griffith
~F Milk Money
~Y (1994)

Miller'S Crossing Miller's Crossing

Miller's Crossing . . . gansters, plot twists, and lots of snappy comments.


~K (Fix) (Trust)
~Q If you can't trust a fix, what can you trust?
~A Jon Polito
~F Miller's Crossing
~Y (1990)

~K (Decisions) (Locations) (Choices)
~Q I'll see where the twist flops.
~A Gabriel Byrne
~F Miller's Crossing
~Y (1990)

~K (Mercy)
~Q I'm praying to you. Look in your heart!
~A John Turturro
~F Miller's Crossing
~Y (1990)

~K (Discussion)
~Q The last time we jawed, you gave me the high hat.
~A Gabriel Byrne
~F Miller's Crossing
~Y (1990)

~K (Departures)
~Q Take your flunky and dangle.
~A Gabriel Byrne
~F Miller's Crossing
~Y (1990)

~K (Thinking)
~Q What are you chewing over?
~A Gabriel Byrne
~F Miller's Crossing
~Y (1990)

~K (Money)
~Q What this country needs is money. In fact the country needs $80 million. We have the zeroes; what we need is the eight.
~A W.C. Fields
~F Million Dollar Legs
~Y (1939)

~K (Daughters)
~Q Daughters. They're a mess no matter how you look at 'em. A headache till they get married -- if they get married -- and after that they get worse. . . Either they leave their husbands and come back with four kids and move into your guest room or the husband a loses his job and the whole caboodle comes back. Or else they're so homely that you can't get rid of them at all and they sit around like Spanish moss and shame you into an early grave.
~A William Demarest
~F The Miracle of Morgan's Creek
~Y (1944)

~K (Fathers)
~Q If you don't mind mentioning it, father, I think you have a mind like a swamp.
~A Diana Lynn
~F The Miracle of Morgan's Creek
~Y (1944)

~K (Automobiles)
~Q What have you been using on my car? A pick ax?
~A Eddie Bracken
~F The Miracle of Morgan's Creek
~Y (1944)

Miracle on 34th Street - 1947

Doris Walker (Maureen O'Hara), a no-nonsense Macy's executive, desperately searches for a new store Santa. She hires Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn) who insists that he's the real Santa Claus. But, he has many skeptics like Doris and her six year old daughter, Susan (Natalie Wood). So Kris goes to court to try and prove it. Is he the real Santa Claus?


~K (Psychiatry) (Amateurs)
~Q I have no great respect for psychiatry -- and great contempt for meddling amateurs who go around practicing it.
~A Edmund Gwenn
~F Miracle on 34th Street
~Y (1947)

~K (Santa) (Desires)
~Q If you're rally Santa Claus, you can get it for me, and if you can't, you're only a nice man with a white beard, like mother says.
~A Natalie Wood
~F Miracle on 34th Street
~Y (1947)

~K (Santa) (Wishes)
~Q Now, wait a minute. . . Just because every child can't get its wish, that doesn't mean there isn't a Santa Claus.
~A Edmund Gwenn
~F Miracle on 34th Street
~Y (1947)

~K (Christmas)
~Q This is what I've been fighting against for years. . . the way they commercialize Christmas.
~A Edmund Gwenn
~F Miracle on 34th Street
~Y (1947)

MIRACLE WORKER MIRACLE WORKER

Anne Bancroft portrays teacher Anne Sullivan and Patty Duke plays a young Hellen Keller in this explosive and entertaining biogaphy. DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Widescreen - 1.66 Single Side - Single Layer Audio: Dolby Digital Stereo - English Dolby Digital Stereo - French Dolby Digital Mono - Spanish Additional Release Material: Traile


~K (Approval)
~Q All right, I'll consent to everything.
~A Inga Swenson
~F The Miracle Worker
~Y (1962)

~K (Changes)
~Q If you want to stay, there must be a radical change of manner!
Whose?
~A Victor Jory
~A Anne Bancroft
~F The Miracle Worker
~Y (1962)

~K (Seeing)
~Q I treat her like a seeing child because I ask her to see, I expect her to see.
~A Anne Bancroft
~F The Miracle Worker
~Y (1962)

Misery Misery

In this chilling adaptation of a Stephen King story a romance novelist (James Caan) loses control of his car during a snowstorm in the Rockies and is rescued by a nurse (Kathy Bates) who happens to be his No.1 Fan. Recovering in her home he turns from patient to prisoner as his savior proves to be psychotically deranged. Academy Awards: Best Actress-- Kathy Bates. Paul Sheldon used to write for a living. Now he's writing to stay alive. -- marketing line for the movie. Misery is director Rob Reiner's second Stephen King adaptation.


~K (Lies)
~Q I thought you were good. . . but you're not good. You're just another lying old dirty birdie.
~A Kathy Bates
~F Misery
~Y (1990)

~K (Books) (Reading)
~Q Oh, Paul, I've read everything of yours. . . I know 'em all by heart, all eight of them. . . I love them all.
~A Kathy Bates
~F Misery
~Y (1990)

~K (Concern) (Worry)
~Q Thereís nothing to worry about.
~A Kathy Bates
~F Misery
~Y (1990)

~K (Effort) (Goals) (Happiness)
~Q Whatís the matter? Iíll tell you whatís the matter. I go out of my way for you. I do everything to try and make you happy.
~A Kathy Bates
~F Misery
~Y (1990)

MISFITS, THE ('61)(LBX) MISFITS, THE ('61)(LBX)

Three misfits (Clark Gable, Marilyn Monroe, and Montgomery Clift) searching for the great golden someday. DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Letterboxed - 1.66 Audio: Dolby Digital Mono - English Dolby Digital Mono - French Dolby Digital Mono - Spanish Additional Release Material: Trailers - 1. Original Theatrical Traile


~K (Direction) (Home)
~Q Just head for that big star straight on. The highway's under it, and it'll take us right home.
~A Clark Gable
~F The Misfits
~Y (1961)

Mission: Impossible Mission: Impossible

The Impossible Mission Force is called into action and then into question in this labyrinthine action-thriller (great Tom Cruise vehicle) based on the hit 60's-70's television series. Big-budget special effects and action sequences propel the complex story, as does the unmistakable musical score.


~K (Bad people)
~Q Get rid of that scum.
~A Tom Cruise
~F Mission Impossible
~Y (1996)

~K (Automobiles)
~Q Hey, man. You just fucked up your Ferrari.
~A Sean Skelton
~F Mission Impossible
~Y (1996)

~K (Theatre) Stage
~Q I prefer the theatre.
~A Jon Voight
~F Mission Impossible
~Y (1996)

~K (Computers) (Disks)
~Q We are going to recover that disk. Do you understand me?
~A Tom Cruise
~F Mission Impossible
~Y (1996)

~K (Racism)
~Q It's the only game where a black man can wave a stick at a white man without starting a riot.
~A Gene Hackman
~F Mississippi Burning
~Y (1988)

~K (Balance) (Assistance) (Help)
~Q I was afraid you'd tip over.
~A Tyrone Power
~F Mississippi Gambler
~Y (1953)

~K (Knowledge)
~Q I do not know who I am!
~A Orson Welles
~F Mr. Arkadin
~Y (1955)

~K (Research) (Investigation)
~Q I want you to make an investigation and prepare me a report.
~A Orson Welles
~F Mr. Arkadin
~Y (1955)

~K (Baseball)
~Q Athletes? We aren't athletes, we're baseball players.
~A Tom Selleck
~F Mr. Baseball
~Y (1992)

~K (Bathrooms)
~Q I refuse to endanger the health of my children in a house with less than three bathrooms.
~A Myrna Loy
~F Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
~Y (1948)

~K (Life) (Experience)
~Q That's the story of my life.
~A Melvin Douglas
~F Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
~Y (1948)

~K (Friends)
~Q What a wonderful friend.
~A Myrna Loy
~F Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House
~Y (1948)

~K (Recognition) (People)
~Q I don't know those people.
~A James Stewart
~F Mr. Hobbs Takes a Vacation
~Y (1962)

~K (Aging)
~Q Fifty -- the old age of youth, the youth of old age.
~A William Powell
~F Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid
~Y (1948)

~K (Movies)
~Q Now, what's all this crud about no movie tonight?
~A Jack Lemmon
~F Mr. Roberts
~Y (1955)

~K (Secretaries)
~Q You mustnít think too harshly of my secretaries. They were kind and understanding when I came to the office after a hard day at home.
~A Claude Rains
~F Mr. Skeffington
~Y (1944)

MR. SMITH GOES/WASHINGTON MR. SMITH GOES/WASHINGTON

Jimmy Stewart classic about the little guy and politics. DVD Special Features Region 1 Encoding Keep Case Commentary by Frank Capra Jr. Theatrical Trailers Retrospective Featurette Vintage Advertising Talent Files Scene Selection


~K (Idealists) (Lost causes)
~Q I'm going to stay right here and fight for this lost cause.
~A James Stewart
~F Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
~Y (1939)

~K (Rules) (Kindness) (Empathy) (Concern)
~Q I wouldn't give you two cents for all your fancy rules, if behind them, they didn't have a little bit of plain, ordinary, everyday kindness and a -- a little looking out for the other fellow, too.
~A James Stewart
~F Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
~Y (1939)

Mr. Wonderful Mr. Wonderful

How's this for nice? After divorcing his wife a man searches high and low to find her the perfect man to make her happy.


~K (Explanations)
~Q Am I a Martian of something? I can't explain a simple idea?
~A Dan Hedeya
~F Mr. Wonderful
~Y (1993)

~K (Kisses)
~Q I'm a sick man. Your kisses make me better.
~A Matt Dillon
~F Mr. Wonderful
~Y (1993)

~K (Confidence)
~Q Polish up your bowling balls and leave everything to me.
~A Dan Hedeya
~F Mr. Wonderful
~Y (1993)

~K (Realization)
~Q Something you said made me realize something.
~A Matt Dillon
~F Mr. Wonderful
~Y (1993)

~K (Opposites)
~Q I am salt and you are pepper.
~A Ellen DeGeneres
~F Mr. Wrong
~Y (1996)

~K (War) (Soldiers)
~Q This is not only a war of soldiers in uniforms.
~A Henry Wilcox
~F Mrs. Miniver
~Y (1942)

~K (War)
~Q This is the people's war! It is our war! We are the fighters! Fight it then! Fight with all that is in us! And God defend the right!
~A Henry Wilcox
~F Mrs. Miniver
~Y (1942)

~K (Dead) (Memories)
~Q Well, we have buried our dead, but we shall not forget them.
~A Henry Wilcox
~F Mrs. Miniver
~Y (1942)

~K (Repetition)
~Q Didn't he understand it the first time?
~A Jennifer Jason Leigh
~F Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle
~Y (1994)

~K (Reproach)
~Q Don't look at me in that tone of voice.
~A Jennifer Jason Leigh
~F Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle
~Y (1994)

~K (Waste of time)
~Q Oh, the years I wasted being a party girl and a smart ass.
~A Jennifer Jason Leigh
~F Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle
~Y (1994)

~K (Goals)
~Q The things I want most, I can't seem to get.
~A Jennifer Jason Leigh
~F Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle
~Y (1994)

MOBY DICK ('56) MOBY DICK ('56)

Gregory Peck IS Captain Ahab in the good vs. evil adaptation of Herman Melville's classic. 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 (Soul) (Blood)
~Q Aye, it was Moby Dick that tore my soul and body until they bled into each other.
~A Gregory Peck
~F Moby Dick
~Y (1956)

~K (Surfacing)
~Q He rises.
~A Gregory Peck
~F Moby Dick
~Y (1956)

~K (Aging) (Youth)
~Q I'm not so young as I used to be -- and this party's going to turn me gray overnight.
~A John Travolta
~F Moment by Moment
~Y (1979)

~K (Sex)
~Q I've had it with cheap sex, it leaves me feeling cheap.
I've never had cheap sex before. . . I was sort of looking forward to it.
~A John Travolta
~A Lily Tomlin
~F Moment by Moment
~Y (1979)

~K (Age)
~Q Pretty soon you'll be old enough to be my grandmother.
~A John Travolta
~F Moment by Moment
~Y (1979)

~K (Irritation)
~Q Don't fuck with me, fellas. This ain't my first time at the rodeo.
~A Faye Dunaway
~F Mommie Dearest
~Y (1981)

~K (Image)
~Q Sometimes they fall for what they think I am.
~A Cathy Tyson
~F Mona Lisa
~Y (1986)

~K (Heroes)
~Q You used to be my hero. . . What's happened?
~A Robbie Coltrane
~F Moment by Moment
~Y (1978)

~K (Comfort) (Men)
~Q Sometimes men just aren't comfortable when they're comfortable.
~A Jock Mahoney
~F Money, Women and Guns
~Y (1958)

~K (Solitude)
~Q You have the rest of your life to be alone.
~A Jock Mahoney
~F Money, Women and Guns
~Y (1958)

~K (Food)
~Q Mustard's no good without roast beef.
~A Chico Marx
~F Monkey Business
~Y (1931)

~K (Hygiene) (Teeth)
~Q We brush our teeth before we go to bed.
~A Tommy Kirk
~F The Monkeyís Uncle
~Y (1965)

~K (Drink)
~Q Ah, just a moment, I've never tasted rum.
~A Charlie Chaplin
~F Monseur Verdoux
~Y (1947)

~K (Forgiveness)
~Q God can't forgive you, only I can forgive you. And I never will.
~A Genevieve Bujold
~F Monsignor
~Y (1982)

~K (Guilt)
~Q I taste guilt there.
~A Genevieve Bujold
~F Monsignor
~Y (1982)

~K (Miracles)
~Q You think God was planning to waste a miracle on us?
~A Genevieve Bujold
~F Monsignor
~Y (1982)

~K (Sex)
~Q Don't you think it's better for a girl to be preoccupied with sex than occupied with it?
~A Maggie McNamara
~F The Moon is Blue
~Y (1953)

~K (Virgins)
~Q Men are usually so bored with virgins.
~A Maggie McNamara
~F The Moon is Blue
~Y (1953)

Moonstruck Moonstruck

In this glowingly atmospheric comedy, a young Italian-American woman, bitter after having been widowed by a speeding bus, makes a practical decision to marry a longtime friend for stability and security, even though her feelings for him are tepid at best. But when she falls in love with her fiance's estranged one-handed younger brother, screwball sparks fly. Great, subtle performances and a warm regard for the film's Bronx milieu highlight the film. Academy Award Nominations: 6.


~K (Love)
~Q Iím in love with you.
Snap out of it.
~A Nicholas Cage
~A Cher
~F Moonstruck
~Y (1987)

~K (Dogs) (Animals) (Food)
~Q Old man, you give those dogs one more bite of my food and I'm gonna kick you 'til you're dead.
~A Olympia Dukakis
~F Moonstruck
~Y (1987)

~K (Philosophy) (Death)
~Q Cosmo, I just want you to know, no matter where you go or what you do, you're gonna die.
~A Olympia Dukakis
~F Moonstruck
~Y (1987)

~K (Cleanliness) (Dirt) (Filth) (Squalor)
~Q Do you like living in squalor?
~A Cindy Williams
~F More American Graffiti
~Y (1979)

~K (Insurance) (Sales)
~Q Selling insurance is tough work.
~A Ron Howard
~F More American Graffiti
~Y (1979)

~K (Love) (Value)
~Q I love you more than anything in the world.
~A Jean Arthur
~F The More the Merrier
~Y (1943)

~K (Diary) (Journal) (Action) (Talk)
~Q There are two kinds of people: those who donít do what they want do so, so they write down in a diary about what they havenít done, and those who havenít time to write about it, because theyíre out doing it.
~A Charles Coburn
~F The More the Merrier
~Y (1943)

~K (Parents)
~Q My parents and I are strangers. We have the same last names.
~A Jon Cryer
~F Morgan Stewartís Coming Home
~Y (1987)

~K (Price)
~Q Every time a man has helped me, there has been a price. What's yours?
~A Marlene Dietrich
~F Morocco
~Y (1930)

~K (Outcasts)
~Q There's a Foreign Legion of women, too. But we have no uniforms, no flags, and no medals when we are brave. No wound stripes when we are hurt.
~A Marlene Dietrich
~F Morocco
~Y (1930)

~K (Hunt) (Work) (Celebration)
~Q First the hunt, then the revels.
~A Leslie Banks
~F The Most Dangerous Game
~Y (1932)

Mummy Mummy

The original, and by far the best, film version of the mummy legend. Archeologists digging in Egypt uncover a 3000-year-old mummy which later comes to life and attempts to restore life to its beloved princess.


~K (Death) (Afterlife)
~Q Death is but a doorway to new life. We live today. We shall live again. In many forms shall we return. . .
~A Bramwell Fletcher
~F The Mummy
~Y (1932)

~K (Appreciation)
~Q You have done well.
~A Boris Karloff
~F The Mummy
~Y (1932)

~K (Possessions)
~Q You have something that belongs to me.
~A Boris Karloff
~F The Mummy
~Y (1932)

~K (Science)
~Q There are some things in science that should be brought to light.
~A George Zucco
~F The Mummy's Hand
~Y (1930)

The Muppet Movie The Muppet Movie

The appealing Muppets, led by Kermit the Frog, journey to Hollywood in the hopes of becoming rich and famous. Along the way they meet many stars. A lovingly made, touching story for kids of all ages as only Jim Henson could make. Includes appearances by Milton Berle, Mel Brooks, Bob Hope, Cloris Leachman, Steve Martin, Richard Pryor, Telly Savalas and Orson Welles. An ITA winner. Academy Award Nominations: Best Original Song (The Rainbow Connection), Best Original Song Score.


~K (Wine) (Drink)
~Q Sparkling muscatel, one of the great wines of Idaho.
~A Steve Martin
~F The Muppet Movie
~Y (1979)

~K (Walking)(Trees)
~Q Dear, would you walk the other way?. . . My leg tends to look like a tree in this fog.
~A David Niven
~F Murder by Death
~Y (1976)

~K (Friends)
~Q I just wanted a friend.
~A Kevin Bacon
~F Murder in the First
~Y (1995)

~K (Death)
~Q I'm already dead.
~A Kevin Bacon
~F Murder in the First
~Y (1995)

~K (Blame) (Murder)
~Q The cops always like to solve murders done with my gun.
~A Dick Powell
~F Murder, My Sweet
~Y (1944)

~K (Amateur)
~Q He was doubled up on his face. In that bag-of-old-clothes position that always means the same thing. He had been killed by an amateur. Or by somebody who wanted it to look like an amateur job. Nobody else would hit a man that many times with a sap.
~A Dick Powell
~F Murder, My Sweet
~Y (1944)

~K (Stupid)
~Q You're a stupid little man in a dirty little world.
~A Otto Kruger
~F Murder, My Sweet
~Y (1944)

~K (Contrariness)
~Q I was born backwards.
~A Ingrid Bergman
~F Murder on the Orient Express
~Y (1974)

~K (Consultants)
~Q I can no more consult with you than I can apologize to the dead.
~A George C. Scott
~F The Murders in the Rue Morgue
~Y (1986)

~K (Dedication) (Experiments)
~Q My life is consecrated to great experiment.
~A Bela Lugosi
~F Murders in the Rue Morgue
~Y (1932)

MURPHY'S ROMANCE MURPHY'S ROMANCE

This is a great romantic picture featuring Sally Field and James Garner. She separated and he's old. They click. The husband comes back. Who will make a committment? DVD Features: Region 1 Encoding Keep Case Full Screen and Anamorphic Widescreen Trailer


~K (Dating) (Dances)
~Q By Saturday I'm usually soaking my feet -- not on 'em.
~A Sally Field
~F Murphy's Romance
~Y (1985)

~K (Government) (City hall)
~Q Don't you know you can't fight city hall?
You can wrestle 'em.
~A Sally Field
~A James Garner
~F Murphy's Romance
~Y (1985)

~K (Whoring) (Job) (Work) (Small towns)
~Q I'd go out on the streets, but you've only got one.
~A Sally Field
~F Murphy's Romance
~Y (1985)

~K (Character)
~Q What are you, the town odd ball?
~A Sally Field
~F Murphy's Romance
~Y (1985)

~K (Despicable) (Cad)
~Q You are a miserable little son of a bitch, you know that?
~A James Garner
~F Murphy's Romance
~Y (1985)

~K (Lessons) (Dues)
~Q You may be a lot younger and stronger but you're about to get your ass kicked from here to the state line, and I'm wearing the boots that can do it.
~A James Garner
~F Murphy's Romance
~Y (1985)

~K (Subjects)
~Q Don't change the subject.
~A Hermione Gingold
~F The Music Man
~Y (1962)

~K (Books)
~Q It's a smutty book.
~A Hermione Gingold
~F The Music Man
~Y (1962)

~K (Mutiny)
~Q I'll take my chances against the law. You'll take yours against the sea.
~A Clark Cable
~F Mutiny on the Bounty
~Y (1935)

~K (Boats)
~Q I'll take this boat, as she floats, to England if I must.
~A Charles Laughton
~F Mutiny on the Bounty
~Y (1935)

~K (Doom)
~Q You're sending me to my doom, eh?
~A Charles Laughton
~F Mutiny on the Bounty
~Y (1935)

~K (Success)
~Q You're going places and I'd like to be with you.
~A Ruth Terry
~F My Buddy
~Y (1944)

~K (Discussion) (Communication)
~Q Letís talk a while.
~A Henry Fonda
~F My Darling Clementine
~Y (1946)

~K (Advice) (Guns) (Weapons)
~Q My advice to you is, start wearing your guns.
Thatís good advice.
~A Victor Mature
~A Henry Fonda
~F My Darling Clementine
~Y (1946)

~K (Farmers) (Reading)
~Q A well-read farmer is a boon.
~A Philippe Caubere
~F My Father's Glory
~Y (1990)

~K (Fate)
~Q However terrific you are, fate can let you down.
~A Julien Ciamaca
~F My Father's Glory
~Y (1990)

~K (Father)
~Q I had caught my Superman in the act of being human. I loved him even more for it.
~A Julien Ciamaca
~F My Father's Glory
~Y (1990)

~K (Life) (Disappointment) (Fun) (Philosophy)
~Q Life isn't all fun.
~A Philippe Caubere
~F My Father's Glory
~Y (1990)

~K (Tears) (Rain)
~Q They were taking me away. . . and the raindrops on my face were crying for me.
~A Julien Ciamaca
~F My Father's Glory
~Y (1990)

~K (Women) (Danger)
~Q All women are dangerous -- and she's all woman.
~A Bob Hope
~F My Favorite Spy
~Y (1951)

~K (Government)
~Q Remember, you guys, your salaries are paid by the tax payers. I may be one someday.
~A Bob Hope
~F My Favorite Spy
~Y (1951)

~K (Heredity)
~Q There's a lot of Peanuts in that boy.
~A Bob Hope
~F My Favorite Spy
~Y (1951)

~K (Agents)
~Q You'll hear from my agent about this -- as soon as he gets out of jail.
~A Bob Hope
~F My Favorite Spy
~Y (1951)

~K (Innocence)
~Q I didn't mean nuttin'.
~A Jerry Lewis
~F My Friend Irma
~Y (1949)

~K (Consideration) (Inconsiderate)
~Q That dame never had no consideration.
~A John Lund
~F My Friend Irma
~Y (1949)

~K (Insanity)
~Q There's a thin line between genius and insanity, and the way that dame kept bouncing back and forth was driving me crazy.
~A John Lund
~F My Friend Irma
~Y (1949)

~K (Persuasion)
~Q Force him delicately.
~A Edward G. Robinson
~F My Geisha
~Y (1962)

~K (Surprises)
~Q I'm not in favor of surprises, especially out of town.
~A Edward G. Robinson
~F My Geisha
~Y (1962)

~K (Eating)
~Q My stomach's busting and my knees are killing me.
~A Bob Cummings
~F My Geisha
~Y (1962)

~K (Japanese)
~Q They're not Japanese, anymore.
~A Yves Montand
~F My Geisha
~Y (1962)

~K (Defeat)
~Q Well, you're the expert. I know when I'm licked.
~A Edward G. Robinson
~F My Geisha
~Y (1962)

~K (Funny)
~Q You are so funny.
~A Shirley MacLaine
~F My Geisha
~Y (1962)

~K (Time) (Affection)
~Q Tell 'em they're wasting their time on my boy.
~A Shirley MacLaine
~F My Geisha
~Y (1962)

~K (Food)
~Q If you're selling Girl Scout cookies, I'm borderline diabetic.
~A Aubrey Morris
~F My Girl 2
~Y (1994)

~K (Memory)
~Q Iíve been blessed with a very bad memory.
~A Aubrey Morris
~F My Girl 2
~Y (1994)

~K (Poetry)
~Q This country doesn't reward poetry, it rewards gas mileage.
~A Aubrey Morris
~F My Girl 2
~Y (1994)

~K (Poetry) (Careers)
~Q Don't be a poet, be a TV repairman.
~A Aubrey Morris
~F My Girl 2
~Y (1994)

~K (The past) (Predictions) (Research)
~Q I need someone who can predict the past.
~A Anna Chumsky
~F My Girl 2
~Y (1994)

~K (Love)
~Q A broken body is nothing to a broken heart.
~A Brenda Fricker
~F My Left Foot
~Y (1989)

~K (Walking) (Desire) (Direction)
~Q Every cripple has his own way of walking.
~A Daniel Day Lewis
~F My Left Foot
~Y (1989)

~K (Analysis)
~Q I don't need a fucking psychology lesson.
~A Daniel Day Lewis
~F My Left Foot
~Y (1989)

~K (Commitment) (Friendship) (Love)
~Q I've had nothing by platonic love all my life. Know what I say? Fuck Plato. Fuck all love that's not 100 per cent commitment.
~A Daniel Day Lewis
~F My Left Foot
~Y (1989)

~K (Books) (Writers)
~Q You wrote a book?
~A Ruth McCabe
~F My Left Foot
~Y (1989)

~K (Weasel) (Drinking)
~Q Some weasel took the cork out of my lunch.
~A W.C. Fields
~F My Little Chickadee
~Y (1939)

~K (Fingers)
~Q What symmetrical digits.
~A W.C. Fields
~F My Little Chickadee
~Y (1939)

~K (Jobs) (Worth)
~Q The only difference between a derelict and a man is a job.
~A William Powell
~F My Man Godfrey
~Y (1936)

~K (Applications) (Employment) (References)
~Q The next times I apply for a job I'll ask for their references.
~A Nina Foch
~F My Name is Julia Ross
~Y (1945)

~K (Effort)
~Q I'll give 'em a run for their money. Twice around the whiskey jug, with a head start.
~A Una O'Connor
~F My Pal Wolf
~Y (1944)

~K (Age)
~Q She's older than anything.
~A Sharyn Moffett
~F My Pal Wolf
~Y (1944)

~K (Manhood)
~Q My goal is the destruction of the last vestigial traces of traditional manhood from the race.
~A Raquel Welch
~F Myra Breckinridge
~Y (1970)

~K (Breasts)
~Q Where are my tits? Where are my tits?
~A Rex Reed
~F Myra Breckinridge
~Y (1970)

~K (Shit)
~Q You unmitigated piece of shit!
~A Raquel Welch
~F Myra Breckinridge
~Y (1970)

~K (Immortality)
~Q I offer you immortality, my child. Think of it: in a thousand years you shall be as lovely as you are now!
~A Lionel Atwill
~F Mystery of the Wax Museum
~Y (1933)


























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