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Movie Quote of the Day – About Last Night, 2014 (dir. Steve Pink)


Danny: I don’t want to spend tonight, of all night’s, doing what we’re going to be doing all next year. . . fighting.
[Debbie leaves.]
Bernie: That’s my cue.
Joan: No. No. Debbie! No!
Danny: Fuck. Fuck.
Joan: Fuckin’ wonderful, asshole!
Bernie: You fucked that up, I’ll be the first to tell you that.

Movie Quote of the Day – Glengarry Glen Ross, 1992 (dir. James Foley)


Blake: Put. That. Coffee. Down. Coffee’s for closers only.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Verdict, 1982 (dir. Sidney Lumet)


Mickey Morrissey: Do you know who the attorney for the Archdiocese is? Ed Concannon!
Frank Galvin: He’s a good man. . .
Mickey Morrissey: He’s a good man? He’s the Prince of fucking Darkness!

Movie Quote of the Day – Wag The Dog, 1997 (dir. Barry Levinson)


Stanley Motss: I’m in show business, yes? Why come to me?
Conrad ‘Connie’ Brean: I’ll tell you why. “54, 40, or fight.” What does that mean?
Stanley Motss: It’s a slogan.
Conrad ‘Connie’ Brean: “Remember the Maine.” “Tippecanoe and Tyler, too.” They’re war slogans. We remember the slogans, not the wars. You know why? That’s show business. That’s why we’re here. Naked girl, covered in napalm. “V” for victory. Five Marines raising the flag, Mount Surabachi. You remember the picture in 50 years, but forget the war. The Gulf War, smart bomb falling down a chimney. 2,500 missions a day, 100 days. One video of one bomb. The American people bought that war. War is show business. That’s why we’re here.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Untouchables, 1987 (dir. Brian De Palma)

Scoop: Word is they’re going to repeal Prohibition. What’ll you do then?
Ness: I think I’ll have a drink.