Etikettarkiv: Fantasy

Berättelsen om Narnia: Häxan och lejonet

Berättelsen om Narnia: Häxan och lejonet (2005)

Susan Pevensie:
[about Lucy]
She thinks she’s found a magical land… In the upstairs wardrobe.
Professor Kirke:
[eyes widening, he rushes to the children]
What did you say?
Peter Pevensie:
Um, the wardrobe. Upstairs. Lucy thinks she’s found a forest inside.
Susan Pevensie:
She won’t stop going on about it.
Professor Kirke:
What was it like?
Susan Pevensie:
Like talking to a lunatic.
Professor Kirke:
No, no, no. Not her, the forest!
Susan Pevensie:
[stares]
You’re not saying you believe her?
Professor Kirke:
You don’t?
Susan Pevensie:
But, of course not. I mean, logically it’s impossible.
Professor Kirke:
What do they teach in schools these days?

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Ghostbusters II

Ghostbusters 2 (1989)

Egon:
Vigo the Carpathian. Born 1505, died 1610.
Peter Venkman:
105 years old, he hung in there, didn’t he?
Ray:
He didn’t die of old age, either. He was poisoned, stabbed, shot, hung, stretched, disembowled, drawn and quartered.
Peter Venkman:
Ouch.
Winston:
Guess he wasn’t too popular at the end, huh?
Egon:
No, not exactly a man of the people. Also known as Vigo the Cruel, Vigo the Torturer, Vigo the Despised, and Vigo the Unholy.
Peter Venkman:
Wasn’t he also Vigo the Butch?
Ray:
And dig this, there was a prophecy. Just before his head died, his last words were ”Death is but a door. Time is but a window. I’ll be back.”

Fortsätt läsa Ghostbusters 2 (1989)

Ghostbusters

Ghostbusters (1984)

Dr. Raymond Stantz:
Everything was fine with our system until the power grid was shut off by dickless here.
Walter Peck:
They caused an explosion!
Mayor:
Is this true?
Dr. Peter Venkman:
Yes it’s true.
[pause]

Dr. Peter Venkman:
This man has no dick.
Walter Peck:
Jeez!
[Charges at Venkman]

Mayor:
Break it up! Hey, break this up! Break it up!
Walter Peck:
All right, all right, all right!
Dr. Peter Venkman:
Well, that’s what I heard!

Fortsätt läsa Ghostbusters (1984)

Gremlins

Gremlins (1984)

Kate:
Now I have another reason to hate Christmas.
Billy Peltzer:
What are you talking about?
Kate:
The worst thing that ever happened to me was on Christmas. Oh, God. It was so horrible. It was Christmas Eve. I was 9 years old. Me and Mom were decorating the tree, waiting for Dad to come home from work. A couple hours went by. Dad wasn’t home. So Mom called the office. No answer. Christmas Day came and went, and still nothing. So the police began a search. Four or five days went by. Neither one of us could eat or sleep. Everything was falling apart. It was snowing outside. The house was freezing, so I went to try to light up the fire. That’s when I noticed the smell. The firemen came and broke through the chimney top. And me and Mom were expecting them to pull out a dead cat or a bird. And instead they pulled out my father. He was dressed in a Santa Claus suit. He’d been climbing down the chimney… his arms loaded with presents. He was gonna surprise us. He slipped and broke his neck. He died instantly. And that’s how I found out there was no Santa Claus.

Fortsätt läsa Gremlins (1984)

Nanny McPhee

Nanny McPhee (2005)

Nanny McPhee:
There is something you should understand about the way I work. When you need me but do not want me, then I must stay. When you want me but no longer need me, then I have to go. It’s rather sad, really, but there it is.
[Nanny McPhee turns around to walk out of the room, but stops once she hears Simon]

Simon Brown:
We will never want you!
Nanny McPhee:
Then I will never go.

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