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harry_tippers_love_child
5th Nov 2002, 18:04
Right - here's the idea.

I post a quote - you tell me where it's from and who said it, and you post yours. Simplicity itself, and all the fun of the fair.

So - a nice easy one to start us off.

" I must have some booze. I demand to have some booze!!"

CountZero
5th Nov 2002, 21:53
That's easy... Withnail and I

I gues the first lot of questions will be Wave 1. Here's another...


"Say hello to my little friend"

(Clue: no, it's not a porno!!)

harry_tippers_love_child
6th Nov 2002, 11:03
Al Pacino in "Scarface"

Errrmmmm

"No more wheezin' on the jooohoooossss!!"

Had different name in America from Britain, so either is acceptable

jolietjake
6th Nov 2002, 20:08
sounds like pauly shore in encino man.

" they took the bar!! they took the whole damn bar."

"yeah even the stuff that wasnt stolen"

harry_tippers_love_child
7th Nov 2002, 17:08
Errr, Animal House by any chance? Sounds like it to me!

BTW - a bonus point for telling me what Encino Man was called over here, where we don't know where Encino is! (That's the clue as well)

So --

"I have been sitting here for over a half hour, just watching out for the highway patrol - you think that's fun!? I hadda go over there on the bushes, smoke a jo!nt, just so I could like, ya know (whistles through teeth in comedy fashion). I mean come on, man!"

Muskrat
16th Nov 2002, 14:39
Just a minor point, but Pauly Shore didn't say that line. It was spoken by the indian convenient store clerk when Pauly and Brenden Fraser go into the store during their 'day trip' to the amusement park.

Perforatu
24th Nov 2002, 01:20
California Man? Steve Zahn in Out of Sight? Do I win?

Here's an obscure one - what movie is this from?

"Now. You're looking at now, now. Everything that happens now, is happening now."

harry_tippers_love_child
24th Nov 2002, 14:21
You are entirely correct on both counts!! I salute you!

Was that from "Spaceballs" by any chance?

Here we go then - shouldn't be too hard - but it cracks me up every time -

"Donnie was a man who loved the outdoors... and bowling"

Perforatu
24th Nov 2002, 19:31
Spaceballs is 100% correct!

And I do believe that's from John Goodman in The Big Lebowski?

Hmmm.... May have to move it up a notch... How about:

"This is where mechanical excellence and one-thousand four-hundred horsepower pays off."

tangers75
25th Nov 2002, 11:26
Here's one for you...

"All right, but apart from the sanitation, medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, roads, the fresh water system and public health, what have the Romans ever done for us?"

harry_tippers_love_child
25th Nov 2002, 16:13
You cheated! You can only past your own if you provide an answer, but as it's you, i'll let it go :)

Plus I can answer both.

The first one is spoken by Robert Loggia (Mr. Eddy) in Lost Highway (1997) (huge David Lynch fan here!)

The second one is said by John Cleese in Monty Python's Life of Brian (1979)


Any takers -
"You don't make up for your sins in church. You do it in the streets. You do it at home. The rest is bull***** and you know it."

tangers75
25th Nov 2002, 16:28
A thousand apologies my friend but I didn't know the answer to the previous one and I was bursting to bash one out meself :rolleyes:

Data
26th Nov 2002, 22:12
I believe that is from 'Mean Streets' with Robert De niro, excellent film.

Here is my offering: "Girls like me don`t make invitations like this to just anyone!"

Data
12th Dec 2002, 22:17
What? no replies?........ Is it too difficult... no, I do not believe so...... anybody????

MapMaker Monkey
13th Dec 2002, 20:12
Originally posted by Data
What? no replies?........ Is it too difficult... no, I do not believe so...... anybody????

Hello Data,

One thing you have to understand about the TimeSplitters forum is that most of the members are splitting though time... :rolleyes: ..so that makes for a very low response rate given that members are sometimes 5 years old one minute, and 112 the next.. Makes it difficult for them to retain information..

However, so as not to disappoint you and to try to give this feeble lot a shove in the region of the derriere, am I right in saying that the answer is: Pulp Fiction said by.. uhmm.. ..uma.. a female member of the cast? :D

If so, here is my offering:

"I worked myself up from nothing to a state of extreme poverty".

MMM

Data
13th Dec 2002, 22:06
Groucho Marx, "Monkey Business" I believe, A little too easy perhaps. :D

How about......

"I'm like a bad penny, I always turn up"

harry_tippers_love_child
27th Feb 2003, 15:02
Originally posted by Data
"I'm like a bad penny, I always turn up"

Wow another old thread to resurrect!!

Er that's Harrison Ford in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

How about this?


Those of us that had been up all night were in no mood for coffee and donuts, we wanted strong drink. We were, after all, the absolute cream of the national sporting press.

Little_Devil
27th Feb 2003, 15:18
Fear and loathing in Las Vegas.

Here's an easy one.

"You're the ruler of the galxy. Show a little taste!"

harry_tippers_love_child
27th Feb 2003, 17:31
"Ed Wood" Good choice! :)


I'm a firm believer in the philosophy of a ruling class. Especially since I rule.

Reaperbot
28th Feb 2003, 08:58
You should do game quotes.
I can think of heaps.

harry_tippers_love_child
28th Feb 2003, 10:22
Originally posted by Reaperbot
You should do game quotes.
I can think of heaps.

Start a thread then, good idea!!

:D

In the mean time -


I'm a firm believer in the philosophy of a ruling class. Especially since I rule.

KittenCeleste
28th Feb 2003, 12:04
Pass... Next!


Here's a less obscure one:

"Yes. Shrubberies are my trade. I am a shrubber. My name is 'Roger the Shrubber'. I arrange, design, and sell shrubberies."

El-Spaz
28th Feb 2003, 15:49
Um, let me think....why is everyone always coming up with the hard one's..... Let me see...[Ni!]...that was odd, where did that come fr[Ni!]om. I seem to be having some [Ni!] sort of weird hiccuping thing [Ni!]! Well, in answer to your quote, [Icky, Icky, shebang, gong, bong.....Ni!]. I have no idea....what is wrong with me!

[By the way, you can get the script to this film here (http://www.intriguing.com/mp/_scripts/mp-holy.txt). I found it by going to Drew's Script-o-rama (http://www.script-o-rama.com/). It's my favorite film script place!]


Well, here's my quote anyways!

"We had a good time. She told me a funny story and I taught her a song. A song about monkeys and elephants. And it made us laugh so hard we couldn't sing."

I thought this one appropriate due to us being on the "TS2" community forum

harry_tippers_love_child
28th Feb 2003, 16:10
Oi - stop cheating you lot!!! :D

The current, unanswered quote is



I'm a firm believer in the philosophy of a ruling class, especially since I rule"


Which is such an ace quote, it is now my signature... :)

KittenCeleste
1st Mar 2003, 17:35
Originally posted by harry_tippers_love_child
Oi - stop cheating you lot!!! :D



OK, OK... I'll confess! Just don't pinch my yarn! :p

It's from "Clerks"... A little bird told me before I ate 'im.

Here's one for you lot.

"We live now upon an island amid many perils, and our hands are more often upon the bowstring than upon the harp."

El-Spaz
3rd Mar 2003, 05:18
That's an easy one... LotR:FotR (Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring)

Here's the one i asked earlier... Good Luck!
Originally posted by El-Spaz
"We had a good time. She told me a funny story and I taught her a song. A song about monkeys and elephants. And it made us laugh so hard we couldn't sing."

I thought this one appropriate due to us being on the "TS2" community forum

El-Spaz
4th Mar 2003, 05:24
Having trouble with this one?...i figured you might. Think Neo-Tokyo and the answer should hit you right between the shoulder "blade"s

KittenCeleste
4th Mar 2003, 08:11
Monkeys and elephants in Blade? The original or the sequel? Wesley Snipes sings again..

I've got another quote... This one shouldn't be as easy as the last one.. ;)

"They have bluer than blue eyes"

:D

Little_Devil
4th Mar 2003, 16:28
Originally posted by KittenCeleste
"They have bluer than blue eyes"

I know, I know!! but i'm not going to tell since I have an unfaire advantage.

Don't know the monkeys and elephants.

harry_tippers_love_child
4th Mar 2003, 17:25
I figure Senor Spaz was actually trying to get at Blade Runner, what with the Neo-Tokyo reference 'n' all, rather than either of the two Blade movies with ol' Wes, but I will wait for confirmation!!

:D

El-Spaz
6th Mar 2003, 05:23
Originally posted by harry_tippers_love_child
I figure Senor Spaz was actually trying to get at Blade Runner, what with the Neo-Tokyo reference 'n' all, rather than either of the two Blade movies with ol' Wes, but I will wait for confirmation!!

:D And the love_child strikes again...the line is actually at the very end of the movie where the main character runs away with the android girl who had been posing as a receptionist, and had actually believed that she had been human because she had been given the memories of a real person... anyways...

tangers75
7th Mar 2003, 14:16
Originally posted by harry_tippers_love_child
Oi - stop cheating you lot!!! :D

The current, unanswered quote is



Which is such an ace quote, it is now my signature... :)
Put me out me misery then chief!

harry_tippers_love_child
10th Mar 2003, 09:07
Alright geezer? Still around then I see!

It was from the rather splendid "Clerks"

And as I see it's my turn again... sort of...

I'll go with three from one, to make it easier...



Awww man, I dind't join the army to pull bits of paper outta peoples' *****!



Walter, just stand outside so chief can translate my Iraqi ass-map OK?



That's what makes SF so bad-ass, we got the best flashlights

tangers75
10th Mar 2003, 10:03
Originally posted by harry_tippers_love_child
Alright geezer? Still around then I see!

It was from the rather splendid "Clerks"

And as I see it's my turn again... sort of...

I'll go with three from one, to make it easier...
The 'ass-map' quote sounds very familiar but I can't say for definite what it is. At a guess I'd say 'Three Kings'?

KittenCeleste
10th Mar 2003, 10:15
Originally posted by KittenCeleste


It's from "Clerks"... A little bird told me before I ate 'im.



*cough, cough*

Little_Devil
10th Mar 2003, 22:27
Originally posted by tangers75
The 'ass-map' quote sounds very familiar but I can't say for definite what it is. At a guess I'd say 'Three Kings'?

Think you're right.

harry_tippers_love_child
11th Mar 2003, 11:07
Yep. Three Kings.

KittenCeleste
15th Mar 2003, 08:21
New one!

"Omg it's getting bigger!!!"

And no, it's not porn..

tangers75
18th Mar 2003, 15:09
Originally posted by harry_tippers_love_child
Yep. Three Kings.
Christ on a bike! I've only seen that film once and that was *ages* ago! Can't believe I remembered that...

harry_tippers_love_child
21st Mar 2003, 15:30
Not that I'm suggesting that your memory's anything but spot-on there, chief, but there aren't too many films with an "Iraqi ass map" are there?!? ;)

tangers75
21st Mar 2003, 15:31
Originally posted by harry_tippers_love_child
Not that I'm suggesting that your memory's anything but spot-on there, chief, but there aren't too many films with an "Iraqi ass map" are there?!? ;)
Oh that's right... rob me of my moment of glory!

Damn you all! Damn you all to hell!!!

What's that from then? ;)

invizegoth
24th Mar 2003, 07:50
Originally posted by tangers75
Oh that's right... rob me of my moment of glory!

Damn you all! Damn you all to hell!!!

What's that from then? ;)

Erm... George Taylor in Planet of The Apes?

tangers75
27th Mar 2003, 11:15
Originally posted by invizegoth
Erm... George Taylor in Planet of The Apes?
It was Charlton Heston wasn't it...? Unless you mean George Taylor is the name of the character I can't remember :rolleyes:

KittenCeleste
27th Mar 2003, 11:41
I have a new one! :D

Female: I can't figure out if you're a detective or a pervert.
Male counterpart: Well, that's for me to know and you to find out.

Goo luck, you lot! :p

tangers75
27th Mar 2003, 11:48
Originally posted by KittenCeleste
I have a new one! :D

Female: I can't figure out if you're a detective or a pervert.
Male counterpart: Well, that's for me to know and you to find out.

Goo luck, you lot! :p
Stakeout?!

invizegoth
27th Mar 2003, 11:49
Originally posted by tangers75
It was Charlton Heston wasn't it...? Unless you mean George Taylor is the name of the character I can't remember :rolleyes:

You are correct, good sir.. ;)

KittenCeleste
27th Mar 2003, 11:55
Originally posted by tangers75
Stakeout?!


Beeep! Wrong answer, sorry, try again!

KittenCeleste
31st Mar 2003, 07:54
No takers?
OK.. Here's a dialogue for you...

Male#1: You wanta go for a ride?
Male#2: No thanks.
Male#1: No thanks. What does that mean?
Male#2: I don't want to go.
Male#1: Go where?
Male#2: On a ride.
Male#1: A ride? Hell, that's a good idea. Okay, let's go. Hey, let's go.

Need more clues?

tangers75
1st Apr 2003, 12:39
Originally posted by KittenCeleste
No takers?
OK.. Here's a dialogue for you...

Male#1: You wanta go for a ride?
Male#2: No thanks.
Male#1: No thanks. What does that mean?
Male#2: I don't want to go.
Male#1: Go where?
Male#2: On a ride.
Male#1: A ride? Hell, that's a good idea. Okay, let's go. Hey, let's go.

Need more clues?
Aye... the name of the film would be nice... I'm *totally* stumped :(

invizegoth
1st Apr 2003, 14:59
I know, I know, I know!!

*waves arms franticly in the air*

It's Blue Velvet!

-Bit of a David Lunch fan over here.. :D

tangers75
1st Apr 2003, 15:02
Originally posted by invizegoth
I know, I know, I know!!

*waves arms franticly in the air*

It's Blue Velvet!

-Bit of a David Lunch fan over here.. :D
Heheh! David Lunch... Was that a purposefully humourous mis-spelling? :D

invizegoth
1st Apr 2003, 15:04
D'OH!

Lynch....

:o :D

(Quite funny really, now that you mention it... )

jolietjake
20th Jul 2003, 04:39
forever, for-ev-er FOR- EEEV- ER