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and then i remember to relax and stop trying to hold on to it and then it flows through me like rain and i can't feel anything but gratitude for every - single - moment of my stupid - little - life. you have no idea what i'm talking about, i'm sure. but don't worry. you will someday.
No! A ringing phone does not have to be answered... it can be left a freaking lone. I am on this earth to read books and prank call other people. Not be prank called and phoned for whatever idiotic reasons other people phone me for.
I'm surprised not to see a mention, not even a comment that doesn't quote a clockwork orange last line from Alex: "I was cured all right!". Even though wm has a very good runner up in Psycho's "she wouldn't hurt a fly" I would definitely put that first and foremost.
The last line of the movie "Some Like It Hot" from 1959. The good guys are escaping in a boat and the boat's pilot has just proposed to the 'woman' beside him. 'She' explains that they're not compatible, 'she' can't have children, et cetera. He just waves off the problems. Finally, the 'woman' beside him rips off 'her' wig and says "I'm a man!". The guy looks at her and says "Well, nobody's perfect.".
"There was only one road back to L.A. - U.S. Interstate 15. Just a flat-out high speed burn through Baker and Barstow and Berdoo. Then onto the Hollywood Freeway, and straight on into frantic oblivion. Safety. Obscurity. Just another freak, in the freak kingdom."
Unless you want to count the "Huh?" (which can arguably not be a real word) spoken by Ward Bond as Detective Sgt. Tom Polhaus at the very end of "The Maltese Falcon", my choice for the No.1 spot is what Humphrey Bogart as Sam Spade said while holding the falcon: "The . . . stuff that dreams are made of."
Fight club I personally think is the #1ending of all time...the twist reveal that catched us all of guard the first time -the happily ever with that chick- he was successful with his mission - was both the good guy and bad guy-great climax with violence $against I u
I do not know if in the original version in English it is said exactly like this as I have only seen the movie translated, but towards the end of the movie The Mission they say something like: "you had no alternative, we have to work in the world, and the world is like this" answer: "no, we do the world like this,... I have done it like this". (Sorry if a wrong translation, but the meaning is so true and so sad).
How about these lines?
"Angels With Dirty Faces" (Warner Brothers, 1938)
In the film's dramatic climax, gangster "Rocky" Sullivan (James Cagney) is about to be executed for murder, and his former childhood friend (and partner in juvenile crime) Jerry Connelly (Pat O'Brien), now a priest, tries to convince Rocky to pretend to be a coward when he walks "the last mile" so that the young boys in his former slum neighborhood will no longer see him as a tough, swaggering hero. Rocky at first thinks it's a crazy idea, but when he finally comes face to face with the electric chair, he breaks down and begins begging for mercy right up to the moment the switch is pulled.
The next day, the slum boys (played by the "Dead End Kids") read in the newspapers about how their idol died "yellow" and at first, refuse to believe it, until they decide to ask Father Connelly:
You were there, Father. You saw everything. What happened? Did Rocky really die the way newspapers say he did? Like a yellow rat?
It's true, boys. Every word of it. He died just the way the papers say he did. Okay, boys, let's go and say a prayer now for a boy who couldn't run as fast as I could.
"Abbott And Costello Meet Frankenstein" (Universal Pictures, 1948)
After escaping the clutches of the Frankenstein monster, Count Dracula, and the "Wolfman" (all of whom are eventually destroyed), Chic (Abbott) and Wilbur (Costello) are fleeing in a rowboat:
He won't bother us again. And as for you, the next time I say "I saw what I saw when I saw it," you better believe that I saw it!
Now that we've seen the last of Dracula, the Wolfman, and the monster, there's no one to frighten us anymore.
(At this point, a cigarette rises up behind Chic, as if it were being held by an invisible hand, and a mysterious voice comes out of nowhere)
Oh, that's too bad, I wanted to get in on some of the fun.
Chic (looking around, trying to find where the voice is coming from):
Wait a minute, wait a minute, who said that?
(He turns around and sees the cigarette now being lit by a match -- but nobody's holding it!)
Allow me to introduce myself, I'm the Invisible Man.
(The voice laughs insanely as Chic and Wilbur jump into the water in terror)
By the way, the voice of the Invisible Man was that of Vincent Price, who actually played the role in "The Invisible Man Returns" (1940), which is considered to be Price's first horror movie.
That wasn't not the last line. It was "After all, tomorrow is another day." It was spoken by Vivian Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara, as opposed to the "don't give a damn" line, which was said by Clark Gable as Rhett Butler.
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