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Movie Quote of the Day – Splash, 1984 (dir. Ron Howard)


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Freddie: So, how is she?
Allen: How is she? She’s a. . .she’s a mermaid. I don’t understand. All my life I’ve been waiting for someone and when I find her, she’s a fish.
Freddie: Nobody said love’s perfect!
Allen: Oh, Freddie, I don’t expect it to be perfect, but for God’s sake, it’s usually human! Every day people meet and they fall in love. Look what I got.
Freddie: Look what you got. Yeah, let’s look at what you got. Let’s take a good look at what you got. People fall in love every day, huh? Is that what you said?
Allen: Yeah.
Freddie: Yeah? That’s a crock! It doesn’t work that way. Do you realize how happy you were with her? That is, when you weren’t driving yourself crazy. Every day? Come on. Some people will never be that happy! I’ll never be that happy. What am I talking to you for? You don’t know nothing.

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Female Filmmaker Friday: A League of Their Own, 1992 (dir. Penny Marshall)


I can’t even remember the first time I saw this film, but I know I was very young. I’m not a big baseball fan. I never have been. But I love this film. I love what it represents and I love this history that is showcases. I love the characters and I love the costume design and I love the story and basically, I just love this movie.

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Movie Quote of the Day – Edtv, 1999 (dir. Ron Howard)


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John: Look, Ed, you put anybody on television 16 hours a day, at some point they’re going to wind up rolling off a table and squashing a cat.
Ed: Oh, man, that’s not my point.
John: All right, look. With no privacy, there is no dignity. Capisce?

Movie Quote of the Day – Where The Heart Is, 2000 (dir. Matt Williams)


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Lexie Coop: Hi! Sorry honey but I made it.
Novalee Nation: Was it a big inconvenience?
Lexie Coop: Novalee, I have 5 children. Everything is an inconvenience. Mind if I drive real slow on the way home? I’d like to pretend it’s a vacation.

Movie Quote of the Day – A League of Their Own, 1992 (dir. Penny Marshall)


Jimmy Dugan: Are you crying? Are you crying? ARE YOU CRYING? There’s no crying! THERE’S NO CRYING IN BASEBALL!