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~K (Money) (Assets)
~Q It's just that all my money's tied up in assets and that kind of stuff.
~A Jeff Bridges
~F Nadine
~Y (1987)


~K (Loyalty)
~Q Long as I'm drawing breath, you're gonna have me to deal with.
~A Kim Basinger
~F Nadine ~Y (1987)

~K (Sorry) (Forgiveness)
~Q "Sorry", just don't get it done.
~A Kim Basinger
~F Nadine
~Y (1987)

~K (Drinking)
~Q Can I interest you in a night cap?
No thanks, I don't wear them.
~A Priscilla Presley
~A Leslie Nielsen
~F The Naked Gun
~Y (1988)

~K (Food)
~Q I'm boiling a roast. How hot and wet do you like it?
~A Priscilla Presley
~F The Naked Gun
~Y (1988)

~K (Love)
~Q It's the same old story. . . boy finds girls. . . boy forgets girl, boy remembers girl, girl dies in a tragic blimp accident over the Orange Bowl. . .
~A Leslie Nielsen
~F The Naked Gun
~Y (1988)

~K (Focus)
~Q . . . I promise you, whatever scum did this, not one man on this force will rest for one minute until he's behind bars. . . now let's grab a bite to eat.
~A Leslie Nielsen
~F The Naked Gun
~Y (1988)

~K (Risks)
~Q You take a chance getting up in the morning, crossing the street, or sticking your face in the fan.
~A Leslie Nielsen
~F The Naked Gun
~Y (1988)

~K (Late) (Tardy)
~Q You're late.
It depends on what I'm late for.
~A Priscilla Presley
~A Leslie Nielsen
~F The Naked Gun
~Y (1988)

~K (Love)
~Q Love is like the ozone layer, you never miss it 'til it's gone.
~A Leslie Nielsen
~F The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear
~Y (1991)

~K (Business) (Problems)
~Q Do business with the Devil and you get it every time.
~A Millard Mitchell
~F The Naked Spur
~Y (1953)

~K (Marriage) (Decisions) (Introspection) (Reviews)
~Q I can't say how I feel -- the way things are.
~A Janet Leigh
~F The Naked Spur
~Y (1953)

~K (Negotiations) (Deals) (Bargains)
~Q If I make a deal, I stick by it.
~A Millard Mitchell
~F The Naked Spur
~Y (1953)

~K (Lonesome) (Company) (Companionship)
~Q I'm goin' to be broke. I ain't gonna be lonesome.
~A Robert Ryan
~F The Naked Spur
~Y (1953)

~K (Memory)
~Q I remember what suits me.
~A Robert Ryan
~F The Naked Spur
~Y (1953)

~K (Relax)
~Q Now, just sit easy.
~A James Stewart
~F The Naked Spur
~Y (1953)

~K (Trouble) (Research)
~Q Why look for trouble?
~A James Stewart
~F The Naked Spur
~Y (1953)

Narrow Margin Narrow Margin

Between a witness and a victim there is a NARROW MARGIN. -- marketing line for the film


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Contains three big-budget actioners that are guaranteed to keep your pulse pounding: NARROW MARGIN, AIR AMERICA, and CUTTHROAT ISLAND. See individual titles for contributors and notes.


~K (Judgement)
~Q Don't you ever judge me. Don't you dare.
~A Anne Archer
~F Narrow Margin
~Y (1990)

~K (Obstructions) (Knowledge)
~Q It must be really nice not to let knowledge get in your way.
~A Anne Archer
~F Narrow Margin
~Y (1990)

~K (Big picture)
~Q This is not just about me.
~A Anne Archer
~F Narrow Margin
~Y (1990)

~K (Coffee)
~Q Well, thank you for the coffee.
~A Gene Hackman
~F Narrow Margin
~Y (1990)

~K (Likes) (Size)
~Q You know what I like about you? You're tall.
~A Gene Hackman
~F Narrow Margin
~Y (1990)

~K (Soul)
~Q . . . they gonna kill you. They gonna tear your heart out if you keep on. the gonna walk on your soul. . . they gonna kill you in this town. . .
~A Robert DoQui
~F Nashville
~Y (1975)

ANIMAL HOUSE-REMASTERED ANIMAL HOUSE-REMASTERED

ANIMAL HOUSE-REMASTERED


~K (Time) (Investment) (College)
~Q Seven years down the drain.
~A John Belushi
~F National Lampoon's Animal House
~Y (1978)

~K (Appreciation)
~Q Thanks, I needed that.
~A John Belushi
~F National Lampoon's Animal House
~Y (1978)

~K (Gestures) (Futile)
~Q What we need right now, is a stupid, futile gesture on someone's part.
~A Tim Matheson
~F National Lampoon's Animal House
~Y (1978)

National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation

Clark Griswold, the dedicated family man, is determined to stay at home and create the most fun-filled, old-fashioned Christmas ever. Of course, it's an unmitigated disaster.


~K (Satisfaction)
~Q I did it.
~A Chevy Chase
~F National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
~Y (1989)

~K (Assistance) (Sleep)
~Q If you need any help, I'll be upstairs asleep.
~A John Randolph
~F National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
~Y (1989)

~K (Motor homes)
~Q So, where'd you get the tenement on wheels?
~A Chevy Chase
~F National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
~Y (1989)

~K (Surprise)
~Q Surprised? If I woke up tomorrow with my head sewed to the carpet I couldn't be more surprised.
~A Chevy Chase
~F National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
~Y (1989)

~K (Memory)
~Q You know that metal plate in my head?. . . I had to have it replaced because every time Katherine turned up the microwave I'd. . . forget who I am.
~A Randy Quaid
~F National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
~Y (1989)

~K (Family gatherings)
~Q You set up standards that no family event can ever live up to.
~A Beverly D'Angelo
~F National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
~Y (1989)

National Lampoon's Vacation National Lampoon's Vacation

How I spent My Summer Vacation, National Lampoon style. The Griswold family has decided to travel by car across country and visit Walley World, a theme park. But on their way out west, everything that could go wrong, does go wrong. And when Walley World turns out to be closed for the season, it's the final straw: now the Griswolds are determined to have their family fun ... even if they have to force one of the park's security guards to open all the rides for them.


~K (Closed)
~Q The moose says you're closed, I say you're open.
~A Chevy Chase
~F National Lampoon's Vacation
~Y (1983)

~K (Service)
~Q This is not the car I ordered! I distinctly ordered the Antarctic blue super sports wagon, with the C.B. and the optional rally fun pack.
~A Chevy Chase
~F National Lampoon's Vacation
~Y (1983)

National Velvet National Velvet

The poignant story of Velvet Brown, a young working-class girl who wins a race horse in a raffle and, with the help of a skittish, gun-shy ex-jockey, trains it to be a champion. The family pools their money and enters their pride and joy in the prestigious Grand National race, only to have their hopes dashed when the rider renegs. Undaunted, Velvet disguises herself as a man by cropping her hair and rides to victory in his stead. This uplifting adaptation of Enid Bagnold's novel features stunnin


~K (Demeanor)
~Q Keep your mouth shut and your eyes down.
~A Mickey Rooney
~F National Velvet
~Y (1944)

~K (Knowledge)
~Q There's a lot to know.
~A Mickey Rooney
~F National Velvet
~Y (1944)

~K (Best)
~Q When I walk down the street, people will look at me and say, there goes. . . the best there ever was.
~A Robert Redford
~F The Natural
~Y (1984)

Natural Born Killers - Directors Cut Natural Born Killers - Directors Cut

Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis star as Mickey Knox and Mallory Wilson, two young, attractive mass murderers in love in Oliver Stone's wild-eyed satire on the American fascination with criminals. After killing Mallory's loathsome parents, the pair perform a ritual marriage and take off on a honeymoon killing spree that wipes out 52 people. Bloodthirsty tabloid reporter Wayne Gale (Robert Downey Jr.) reports their every move to an adoring public.


Oliver Stone Collection  6pk Oliver Stone Collection 6pk

This Collection Box Set includes - Wall Street, Born on the Fourth of July, The Doors, JFK, Natural Born Killers and Any Given Sunday plus Oliver Stone's America, -- a documentary look at the award-winning writer/producer/director's extraordinary movie legacy, including clips, interviews, behind-the-scenes footage, and Oliver Stone's student film, 'Last Year in Vietnam.'


~K (Decisions)
~Q Eenie, meenie, minnie, moe. . . you are it.
~A Juliette Lewis
~F Natural Born Killers
~Y (1994)

~K (Murder)
~Q It's just murder, man, and all God's creatures do it.
~A Woody Harrelson
~F Natural Born Killers
~Y (1994)

~K (Escape)
~Q There's no escaping here.
~A Juliette Lewis
~F Natural Born Killers
~Y (1994)

~K (Once)
~Q It's a one shot deal-- you miss, we die!
~A Charlie Sheen
~F Navy SEALS
~Y (1990)

Network Network

Paddy Chayefsky prophetically satirizes the lurid depths to which TV execs will go for ratings. A ruthless network executive realizes a news anchorman, driven crazy by the plunge in standards, is worth more to her crazy than sane. A fired veteran news editor is drawn to her in both fascination and horror. Academy Award Nominations: 9, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actor--William Holden. Academy Awards: 4, including Best Actor--Peter Finch, and Best Actress--Faye Dunaway.


~K (Irritated) (Emotional) (Mad)
~Q All I know is that first you've got to get mad.
~A Peter Finch
~F Network
~Y (1976)

~K (Mad)
~Q I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore.
~A Peter Finch
~F Network
~Y (1976)

~K (Truth) (Television)
~Q Television is not the truth. Television is a god-damn amusement park.
~A Peter Finch
~F Network
~Y (1976)

~K (Crazy)
~Q They tell me you're a madman.
~A Ned Beatty
~F Network
~Y (1976)

~K (Boredom)
~Q Weíre in the boredom-killing business.
~A Peter Finch
~F Network
~Y (1976)

~K (Television)
~Q You're television incarnate. . . indifferent to suffering, insensitive to joy. All of life is reduced to the common rubble of banality.
~A William Holden
~F Network
~Y (1976)

~K (Coffee)
~Q Howíd you like to hide the egg and gurgitate a few saucers of Mocha Java?
~A W.C. Fields
~F Never Give a Sucker an Even Break
~Y (1941)

~K (Drinking)
~Q She drove me to drink. That's the one thing I'm indebted to her for.
~A W.C. Fields
~F Never Give a Sucker an Even Break
~Y (1941)

~K (Duty)(Daddy)
~Q If I don't look after daddy, who will?
~A Shelly Fabares
~F Never Say Goodbye
~Y (1959)

New Jack City New Jack City

Rated BBFC 18 by the British Board of Film Censors. Estimated budget of $8.5 million. Shot on location in Harlem and the Bronx, New York, in Technicolor. Began shooting April 16, 1990; completed shooting June 6, 1990. Released in North America March 8, 1991. Released on video August 7, 1991. Rereleased in New York City for a special run at the Joseph Papp Public Theater September 6-19, 1991. Directorial debut for actor Mario Van Peebles, the son of actor and pioneering black director Melvin Van Peebles.


~K (Likes)
~Q I never liked you anyway, pretty motherfucker!
~A Wesley Snipes
~F New Jack City
~Y (1991)

~K (Money) (Financing)
~Q Money talks - bullshit runs a marathon.
~A Wesley Snipes
~F New Jack City
~Y (1991)

~K (Ego)
~Q The world is mine! All mine!
~A Wesley Snipes
~F New Jack City
~Y (1991)

~K (Payment) (Delivery)
~Q You donít have my product and you donít have my money.
~A Wesley Snipes
~F New Jack City
~Y (1991)

~K (Reagan) (Republicans) (Wealth) (Money)
~Q You've got to rob to get rich in the Reagan era!
~A Wesley Snipes
~F New Jack City
~Y (1991)

~K (Youth) (Life)
~Q If I had my life to live over, again. . . I wouldn't have the strength.
~A Maurice Chevalier
~F A New Kind of Love
~Y (1963)

~K (Youth) (Perfume)
~Q If you want to borrow some of this perfume, help yourself. But it doesn't young you any.
~A Thelma Ritter
~F A New Kind of Love
~Y (1963)

~K (Time) (Jail) (Drinking)
~Q Take us straight to jail. It'll save time.
~A Paul Newman
~F A New Kind of Love
~Y (1963)

~K (Thought) (Mind) (Will)
~Q I have no mind as far as I can tell.
~A Walter Matthau
~F A New Leaf
~Y (1971)

~K (Income tax)
~Q Are you asking me to falsify tax returns.
~A Wallace Shawn
~F Nickel & Dime
~Y (1992)

~K (Goodness)
~Q Goodness had nothing to do with it.
~A Mae West
~F Night After Night
~Y (1932)

~K (Drinking)
~Q I'm sick of bein' a pal to a lot of drunks.
~A George Raft
~F Night After Night
~Y (1932)

~K (Resiliency)
~Q So you think you done me in, huh?
~A Richard Widmark
~F Night and the City
~Y (1950)

~K (Service)
~Q From now on the essence of this hotel will be speed. If a customer asks you for a three-minute egg, give it to him in two minutes. If he asks you for a two-minute egg, give it to him in one minute. If he asks you for a one minute egg, give him the chicken and let him work it out for himself.
~A Groucho Marx
~F A Night in Casablanca
~Y (1946)

~K (Messenger) (Dying)
~Q I don't mind being killed, but I resent hearing it from a character whose head comes to a point.
~A Groucho Marx
~F A Night in Casablanca
~Y (1946)

~K (Limits)
~Q My name's Beatrice Ryner. I stop at the hotel.
My name's Ronald Kornblow. I stop at nothing.
~A Lisette Verea
~A Groucho Marx
~F A Night in Casablanca
~Y (1946)

Night of the Hunter Night of the Hunter

In this eery meditation on good and evil, a schizophrenic preacher, possibly the devil himself, relentlessly hunts two small children, across the Depression Era Bible Belt to get at their dead father's stolen fortune. In Mitchum's career-defining role as Preacher Harry Powell he wears unforgettable tattoos of two four-letter words on his fingers: LOVE and HATE. Hauntingly directed by Laughton, his only film. Unbelievably, not nominated for any Academy Awards.


~K (Money) (Killing)
~Q Lord, you sure knew what you was doing when you brung me to this very cell at this very time. A man with ten thousand dollars hid somewhere, and a widder in the makin'.
~A Robert Mitchum
~F The Night of the Hunter
~Y (1955)

~K (Soul) (Fingers)
~Q You see these fingers, dear hearts? These fingers has veins that run straight to the soul of a man!
~A Robert Mitchum
~F The Night of the Hunter
~Y (1955)

~K (Sex)
~Q There are worse things than chastity. . .
Yes -- lunacy and death.
~A Deborah Kerr
~A Richard Burton
~F The Night of the Iguana
~Y (1964)

~K (Geeks) (Nerds)
~Q Howíd do you get a guy to be a geek?
~A Tyrone Power
~F Nightmare Alley
~Y (1947)

~K (Hate)
~Q No one thought more of Paula than I did, and I hated her.
~A Evelyn Keyes
~F Nine Girls
~Y (1944)

~K (Dating)
~Q Suppose I pick you up and we do something gay?
~A Anita Louise
~F Nine Girls
~Y (1944)

~K (Desertion)
~Q Your leaving was the best thing that ever happened to me.
~A Jane Fonda
~F 9 to 5
~Y (1980)

~K (Friends)
~Q Some friend you are.
~A Robert Downey, Jr.
~F 1969
~Y (1988)

~K (Negotiations) (Expense accounts) (Reports)
~Q I must have a complete report of your negotiations and a detailed expense account.
~A Greta Garbo
~F Ninotchka
~Y (1939)

~K (Happiness) (Punishment)
~Q Iím so happy, oh, so happy. No one can be so happy without being punished.
~A Greta Garbo
~F Ninotchka
~Y (1939)

~K (Russians) (Trials)
~Q The last mass trials were a great success. There are going to be fewer but better Russians.
~A Greta Garbo
~F Ninotchka
~Y (1939)

~K (Kissing) (Sex)
~Q That was restful. . . again.
~A Greta Garbo
~F Ninotchka
~Y (1939)

~K (Troubles) (Problems)
~Q There is an old Turkish proverb that says, if something smells bad, why put your nose in it?
And there is an old Russian saying, the cat who has cream on his whiskers had better find good excuses.
~A Felix Bressart
~A Greta Garbo
~F Ninotchka
~Y (1939)

~K (Gratuity) (Wages)
~Q Why should you carry other peopleís bags?
Well, thatís my business, Madame.
Thatís no business. Thatís social injustice.
That depends on the tip.
~A Greta Garbo
~A George Davis
~F Ninotchka
~Y (1939)

~K (Love)
~Q Can you imagine what this man might have been had he ever been loved?
~A Paul Sorvino
~F Nixon
~Y (1995)

~K (Automobiles)
~Q . . . I only steal Porsches. . .
~A Charlie Sheen
~F No Man's Land
~Y (1987)

~K (Music)
~Q Somebody brung their trumpet.
~A Andy Griffith
~F No Time for Sergeants
~Y (1958)

~K (Decisions)
~Q Beware the chains we forge in life.
~A Paul Newman
~F Nobody's Fool
~Y (1994)

~K (Relief) (Sex)
~Q Boy, I hope you get laid sometime soon.
~A Paul Newman
~F Nobody's Fool
~Y (1994)

~K (Expenses)
~Q There are women in this town I could hang out with'd be cheaper than you.
~A Paul Newman
~F Nobody's Fool
~Y (1994)

~K (Basics) (Automobiles) (Trucks)
~Q This is where a smart guy'd get out of the truck.
~A Paul Newman
~F Nobody's Fool
~Y (1994)

~K (Men)
~Q You're a man among men.
Thanks.
That wasn't a compliment.
~A Melanie Griffith
~A Paul Newman
~F Nobody's Fool
~Y (1994)

Norma Rae

Set in the industrial South and based on a true story, Martin Ritt's NORMA RAE is a moving portrait of a woman's fight to improve both her own life and the deplorable conditions that exist in the mill where she works. Norma Rae (Sally Field) has worked at the textile mill for years, but when she realizes her mother has gone deaf from working there her whole life, Norma takes on the hostility of the mill's management and the apathy of her co-workers to try and unionize the mill. Field plays Norma.


~K (Right)
~Q I believe in standing up for what is right.
~A Sally Field
~F Norma Rae
~Y (1979)

~K (Profane) (Smart) (woman)
~Q If the situation ever called for a smart, loud, profane, sloppy, hardworking woman, I'd pick you every time, kid.
~A Ron Leibman
~F Norma Rae
~Y (1979)

~K (Perfect) (Mistakes)
~Q I'm not perfect. I've made mistakes.
~A Sally Field
~F Norma Rae
~Y (1979)

~K (Kissing)
~Q Kiss me -- if that's all right, then everything else will be.
~A Sally Field
~F Norma Rae
~Y (1979)

~K (Self-composed)
~Q One of these days I will get myself all together.
~A Sally Field
~F Norma Rae
~Y (1979)

~K (Competition) (Jobs)
~Q What other job? In this town this is the only job.
~A Sally Field
~F Norma Rae
~Y (1979)

~K (Missing) (Questions)
~Q You're going to hear it raised someplace else.
~A Sally Field
~F Norma Rae
~Y (1979)

~K (Warnings)
~Q Thank you for the warning.
~A Kevin Costner
~F No Way Out
~Y (1987)

~K (Desires) (Dreams)
~Q All we want is for you to follow your dream.
~A Kathy Bates
~F North
~Y (1994)

~K (Departures)
~Q Floor it!
~A Elijah Wood
~F North
~Y (1994)

~K (Satisfaction) (Happiness)
~Q They don't know what a good thing they got here.
~A Bruce Willis
~F North
~Y (1994)

North By Northwest North By Northwest

NORTH BY NORTHWEST is a suspense thriller that finds Cary Grant in the role of Roger Thornhill, a Manhattan advertising executive mistaken for a spy. Considered by many to be the prototypical pure action movie (creating the template for later James Bond and Indiana Jones films), the film is a cross-country roller-coaster ride with Alfred Hitchcock at the helm. The film is duly famous for several classic and indelible scenes, including the desert biplane encounter and the Mt. Rushmore climax.


~K (Good-byes)
~Q Good bye, good luck. No conversation, just leave.
~A Eva Marie Saint
~F North by Northwest
~Y (1959)

~K (Career)
~Q How does a girl like you get to be a girl like you?
~A Cary Grant
~F North by Northwest
~Y (1959)

~K (Doom)
~Q Tell me, what do you do besides lure men to their doom on the Twentieth Century Limited?
~A Cary Grant
~F North by Northwest
~Y (1959)

~K (Sticktuitiveness)
~Q There's no getting rid of me, is there?
~A Cary Grant
~F North by Northwest
~Y (1959)

~K (Murder)
~Q You gentlemen aren't really trying to murder my son, are you?
~A Jessie Royce Landis
~F North by Northwest
~Y (1959)

North Dallas Forty

NORTH DALLAS FORTY is a funny and insightful peek into the world of professional football, adapted from Peter Gent's novel. Phillip Elliott is an aging wide receiver for the North Dallas Bulls who still delivers on the field--despite the many past injuries that keep him in almost constant pain. Almost as painful for him is the constant abuse heaped on the players by management. Now Phillip's determined to do something about it.


~K (Teamwork)
~Q We're not the team. You're the team. We're only the equipment -- like the jockstraps and the helmets.
~A Nick Nolte
~F North Dallas Forty
~Y (1979)

~K (Love)
~Q I love you so terrible bad I feel good.
~A Paulette Goddard
~F North West Mounted Police
~Y (1940)

~K (Possession)
~Q Listen, you little wildcat, you're the only real thing that's ever happened to me. And nobody, nothing could ever make me let you go.
~A Robert Preston
~F North West Mounted Police
~Y (1940)

~K (Texas) (Places) (Heaven)
~Q Texas must be heaven.
It will be when you get there.
~A Madeleine Carroll
~A Gary Cooper
~F North West Mounted Police
~Y (1940)

~K (Angels) (Leather)
~Q You're an angel in leather!
~A Madeleine Carroll
~F North West Mounted Police
~Y (1940)

~K (Lust)
~Q You're the sweetest poison that ever got into a man's blood!
~A Robert Preston
~F North West Mounted Police
~Y (1940)

~K (Hearts)
~Q I am here. . . toying with the idea of cutting out your heart and stuffing it. . . like an olive.
~A Walter Connolly
~F Nothing Sacred
~Y (1937)

~K (Reporters) (Newspapermen)
~Q I'll tell you briefly what I think of newspapermen. The hand of God, reaching down into the mire, couldn't elevate one of them to the depths of degradation.
~A Charles Winninger
~F Nothing Sacred
~Y (1937)