Movie Quote of the Day – The Wedding, 1998 (dir. Charles Burnett)
Shelby Coles: There’s nothing to make a day more beautiful than to see the truth for yourself, especially when the truth has to do with love.
Movie Quote of the Day – Down In The Delta, 1998 (dir. Maya Angelou)
Earl Sinclair: Now here’s a man, walks into a post office in Shaker Heights, pulls out a gun, shoots everybody, then turns the gun on himself and shoots himself. You don’t think that’s terrible?
Loretta Sinclair: Of course I think it’s terrible.
Earl Sinclair: Hmm.
Loretta Sinclair: But where we live, that kind of shooting happen every day, but nobody be on the news and in the paper talking about what a tragedy it is.
Movie Quote of the Day – Lick the Star, 1998 (dir. Sofia Coppola)
Movie Quote of the Day – Slums of Beverly Hills, 1998 (dir. Tamara Jenkins)
Movie Quote of the Day – Madeline, 1998 (dir. Daisy von Scherler Mayer)
Movie Quote of the Day – Doctor Dolittle, 1998 (dir. Betty Thomas)
Movie Quote of the Day – Woo, 1998 (dir. Daisy von Scherler Mayer)
Movie Quote of the Day – Deep Impact, 1998 (dir. Mimi Leder)
Movie Quote of the Day – Phantoms, 1998 (dir. Joe Chappelle)
Timothy Flyte: I used to believe that any theory, once published with supporting evidence, then became open to discussion and debate. But I’ve learned how envious, vindictive, and vicious the academic community can be. They’re swine. Polite swine, but swine none the less. Convincing the world fairly to consider a new idea takes patience, perseverance, and a willingness to fight the good fight in any media forum one can find.