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Name that movie!
Woot! Okay, here goes:

I was a rust repairer. I was a rust repairer and full-time survivor. I survived all the major earthquakes, and the Titanic, and several air crashes.
Im taking the lack of response as surrender.

The film is Croupier. Its British, kind of noir-ish. I want to say its like House of Games.

Biznesox, I know the film, but I went looking for confirmation, so I wont say. It is a good scene and bit of dialogue
Ok, this could be a fun one guys. I am going to post a quote. The next poster has to name the movie and post a quote of their own. Rinse and repeat!

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls... Dyin times here.

<span class=minor>Sorry guys database hits are killing the site. Locking the thread down.</span>.
<span class=minor>Edited by an officer (Darias) on Jun 4 2008 at 10:40:16am</span>.
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome

Youve taught me a lot about religion, your Eminence.
Kingdom of Heaven??
cant give a qoute till I know if I got it.
OK Here is a qoute:

Im telling you this guy is protected from up on high by the Prince of Darkness.
Usual Suspects.

Its a hard one, so if people have problems Ill give hints.

Whats the matter?
Well, the mirror- its broken.
Yes I know. I like it that way- it makes me look the way I feel.

Edit: Fixed to exact quote.
Yes Jett you got it

The Apartment (1960)

I understand they taste good pickled.
I have no idea about the one above. But here is another random one!

You told, you told your friend Bernice Im some kind of jet pilot?
What was I supposed to say, they stuck you in an insane asylum?
It wasnt an insane asylum, Grace. I explained to you back then that it was for exhaustion.
Yes, exhaustion.
You havent worked a day in your life. How could you be exhausted?
That is really familiar but I have no idea. >.>
Bottle Rocket.

Here is an easy, iconic quote.

What we have here is a failure to communicate.
Cool Hand Luke (awsome film)


A person who avoids speaking in declaratives is much less likely to look foolish in retrospect.
Thats brilliant, sir!

I am going to say <b>Four Rooms</b> Quallon. Smile

<i>To place before mankind the common sense of the subject, in terms so plain and firm as to command their assent.</i>
1776 - Thomas Jefferson

Game Over, Man! Game Over!!

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