LoveThatMoney LSU Fan Who knows where? Member since Jan 2008 9060 posts
re: What's your favorite one liner/scene in a movie?Posted by LoveThatMoney on 10/8/12 at 10:47 am to CRNA-KA
Surprised no one's mentioned any Braveheart lines. There are plenty of them:
The whole "They may take our lives" speech is pretty spectacular as is the "Freedom!" yell as he gets executed. I also like the line Hamish says when William pegs him between the eyes with a stone: "I should have remembered the rocks."
re: What's your favorite one liner/scene in a movie?Posted by Willie Stroker on 10/8/12 at 10:49 am to CRNA-KA
For me, it's a scene early in Pulp Fiction. We've just been introduced to Jules and Vincent. Based on their dialogue, we know they are partners with close, personal history together. We know they are expecting significant violence once they enter an apartment where they lurk nearby in the hallways. But the audience is asked to wait for it, because the story requires that we see them as they are - engaging in routine guy talk.
But we know things are about to change when Jules finishes listening to Vincent talk about the meaning of a foot massage and transitions to the reason they are there when he states, "That's an interesting point. Come on, let's get into character"
That movie line which signals that it's just a character you're portraying has helped me coach myself into getting outside my comfort zone when I recognized the need to show other people a different personality.
Det. McCoskey: Good morning, gentlemen. Is there a problem? Milo: Yes, officer. As a matter of fact there is a problem. Apparently there are too many bullets in this gun (blows Det. McCoskey's brains out).