In our November 16th Q&A column, we had a question
on movie lines, and one line that I didn't name a
specific movie for was 'Snap out of it'. We had several
readers write in identifying "Moonstruck"
as containing this phrase, when Cher slaps a love-happy
Nic Cage. Thanks to MZ, Glenn, and Honey Bee.
after some more digging I found this 1967 UK gem:
"The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul
Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of
Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade"
aka "Marat/Sade". Twenty-five words and
151 characters! Now if they prefix the sequel with
a 'I Still Know...' then we're really in business.
It wasn't JCVD, it was KPH. Kevin Peter
Hall played the Predator in both the 1987 original
and the under-rated 1990 follow up, and also was the
bigfoot 'Harry' in "Harry and the Hendersons".
I'd like an omelet, plain, and a chicken salad sandwich
on wheat toast, no mayonnaise, no butter, no lettuce.
And a cup of coffee.
Waitress: A #2, chicken salad sand. Hold the butter,
the lettuce, the mayonnaise, and a cup of coffee.
Bobby: Yeah, now all you have to do is hold the chicken,
bring me the toast, give me a check for the chicken
salad sandwich, and you haven't broken any rules.
Waitress: You want me to hold the chicken, huh?
Bobby: I want you to hold it between your knees.
Jack. What a wildcard
may want to head over to IMDB and check out the comment
page, there are plenty of other users there who like
the movie and you may enjoy reading their thoughts.
The page is here: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0070751/#comment
the scene when Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise first
meet in the Oscar winning flick, we learn that every
Saturday dad let Raymond drive the car on the driveway.
Here's the dialog from the scene:
Hey, who is this guy?
Susanna: He just jumped in the car.
Charlie: Yeah well he can jump out. Come on!
Raymond: I'm an excellent driver.
Charlie: That's good. Come on! Susanna, why'd you
let him get in this car? It's not a toy.
Susanna: He says he drives this car.
Raymond: Dad let's me drive slow on the driveway every
Saturday. 'Course the seats were originally brown
leather now they're a pitiful red.
doing some more digging, however, I came up with an
earlier feature-length title that mixed live action
and animation, a 1933 version of "Alice in Wonderland".
It featured guest appearances by many greats of that
era, including Cary Grant, Gary Cooper, and W.C Fields.
However information on the movie is somewhat limited
online and I couldn't confirm if the animated segments
of the movie were completely separate from the live-action
or if they were indeed mixed in with the actors.
short, the best I can do is a definite 'yes' for "Song
of the South" as a feature length live-action-animation
mixer, and a 'nyehhhh.... maybe' for "Alice in
any CMT readers know of an earlier flick that fits
the bill, or if the 1933 "Alice in Wonderland"
actually mixes animation with live action, let me
did some digging and found your answer- the two star
crossed love puppies were to meet at 5 pm. If they
had only said 5:05, then Deborah Kerr wouldn't have
been hit by that car...
haven't seen the movie for a good few years, but do
know that the scene you are wondering about is probably
the fishing trip. There were other good breaks from
the prison of the mental institution, like watching
the world series or the hooker-sex-party, but it sounds
like you were after the fishing trip.
obviously could be other movies with this line, but
Scarface is one of 'em.
saw a disaster movie as a child sometime in the late
70's to early 80's when these types of movies were
very popular. I think the name was "City on Fire."
It was about a guy who got fired from his job in a
gas company and for revenge he turned on all the gas
pumps and gas flowed through the city's rivers , sewers
two welders ignited the fire and well judging from
the name it was literally City on Fire.
My question is, after some exhausting searches on
the Internet I can't seem to find it anywhere. Has
it ever been released on video or DVD? If so where
can I purchase it on the web? Thanks alot.
of the last of the 70's disaster movies, this flick
featured once-funnyman Leslie Nielsen as a corrupt
mayor and Henry Fonda in one of his less memorable
roles. It is not currently available on VHS or DVD,
and there's not even a soundtrack out there for it.
pretty much unarguably the best role of his career,
John was a travelling shower curtain ring salesman
in the movie. He got to show off his salesmanship
by selling his product as fashion earrings when he
and Steve Martin were trying to earn some cash to
help get Steve home for the holidays. I always like
to think that maybe Steve's character hooked John's
up with some kind of advertsing related job at his
firm after the end of the movie. Too bad we'll never
see a sequel....|