Originally posted by Son Conan@May 13 2005, 12:34 AM
**Pretty much every line in Clue gets a laugh out of me.
"You see, like the Mounties, we always get our man."
"Mrs. Peacock was a MAN?!"
"To make a long story short…"
"I, am, your singing telegram..." BANG!
"Who would want to kill the cook?"
"Dinner wasn't THAT bad."
"Are you trying to make me look stupid in front of the other guests?"
"You don't need any help from me, sir."
"The door's locked!"
"I know that. Where's the key?"
"The key's gone!"
"Nevermind the key, unlock the door!"
"I CAN'T UNLOCK THE DOOR WITHOUT THE KEY!"
"WILL YOU STOP THAT?!"
"Sorry, didn't mean to frighten you."
"YOU'RE A BIT LATE FOR THAT!"
Much love for "Clue", the most quotable movie in history! Well, maybe next to "Ghostbusters"… ^_^
But lemme try to add to that!
"Men shoulld be like Kleenex: soft, strong, and disposable."
"I'm a plant."
"I thought they called men like you a fruit."
"Why's the car stopped?"
And I love where they're trying to determine how many bullets are in the gun. ^_^; It was an awesome cast!
"Ghostbusters" still makes me laugh. I've seen that movie more than any other movie I've ever watched... short of Clue maybe >.>
"Next time someone asks you if you're a god... say YES!"
"So she sleeps above the covers... 4 FEET above the covers."
"Tell him about the twinkie."
"... what about the twinkie?"
"Gah... smells like burnt dog hair in here... sorry, Venkman."
And the scene where they start up their packs for the first time. Eeee-heehee...
"You know, it just occurred to me that we really haven't had a successful test of this equipment. "
"I blame myself."
"So do I."
"Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead" is another great movie for funny scenes. It's not an easily quoted movie, since they talk in iambic pentamiter.... but they wit and humour is excellent.
I especially love every scene where Rosencrantz makes any sort of discovery... but iis unable to show it to his friend for some reason or another... because it breaks, or doesn't do what it did when he was looking at it ^_^;
And I laughed pretty hard a the movie "Stay Tuned" as well. There's a scene where John Ritter ends up dressed like Prince in some music video (The premise of the movie is that a husband and wife get sucked into a sort of TV hell), and he's dancing around, it looks so silly. ^_^;