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Movie Quote of the Day – A Farewell to Arms, 1932 (dir. Frank Borzage)


Catherine Barkley: Oh, darling. . .I’m going to die. Don’t let me die.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: Cat!
Catherine Barkley:  Take me in your arms, hold me tight. Don’t let me go.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: Catherine.
Catherine Barkley: It’s dark out there alone. I don’t want to leave you anymore. I’ve been alone so much.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: You can’t die. You’re too brave to die. You’re a fine girl. A brave girl.
Catherine Barkley: Yes. . .I. . . am a brave girl.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: Whatever happens, you’ll not be afraid.
Catherine Barkley: I’ll not be afraid.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: We’ve never been apart. Really. Not since we met.
Catherine Barkley: Not since we met.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: We never can be.
Catherine Barkley: Never parted.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: In life and in death. Say it, Cat!
Catherine Barkley: In life and in death, we’ll never be parted.
Lieutenant Frederic Henry: You do believe that? Don’t you, Cat?
Catherine Barkley: I believe it . . .and I’m not afraid.

It’s the End of the Year As We Know It: December 2012 in Films

Well, here it is – December!  I wasn’t able to see as many films as I would have like due to working a lot right after the semester ended, but I did manage to fit in a few really great films before the end of the year. I’ll be posting a little bit later today my end-of-the-year round-up with all of the new-to-me films I watched in 2012, as well as some overall thoughts for me viewing year. That said, I didn’t want to short change December its own post for the month. As always, the list of what I watched as well as five spotlighted films can be found after the cut.

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