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Movie Quote of the Day – Herbie: Fully Loaded, 2005 (dir. Angela Robinson)


Trip Murphy: Your grandfather was one of the greatest to ever hit the track. He’s the reason I got into racing. I gotta believe that it’s hardwired into your DNA. Heck, your dad oughta get Ray out of #56 and put you behind the wheel.
Maggie Peyton: How many women drivers have actually won a major NASCAR championship?
Trip Murphy: Well, it only takes one person to blaze a trail.

Movie Quote of the Day – Drugstore Cowboy, 1989 (dir. Gus Van Sant)


Bob: Most people don’t know how they’re gonna feel from one moment to the next. But a dope fiend has a pretty good idea. All you gotta do is look at the labels on the little bottles.

Movie Quote of the Day – Factotum, 2005 (dir. Bent Hamer)


Pickle Factory boss: What do you write?
Henry Chinaski: Mostly short stories. I’m halfway through a novel.
Pickle Factory boss: What’s it about?
Henry Chinaski: Everything.
Pickle Factory boss: You mean, for instance, it’s about. . .cancer?
Henry Chinaski: Yes.
Pickle Factory boss: How about my wife?
Henry Chinaski: She’s in there too.

Movie Quote of the Day – Grace of My Heart, 1996 (dir. Allison Anders)

Jay Phillips: You know, sometimes when I look at you, I see you way in the future as this amazing old lady who’s done all this really far out things.
Denise Waverly: Mm-hmm.
Jay Phillips: But you don’t see that. What’s it gonna take for me to get you to see your spark?

Movie Quote of the Day – Singles, 1992 (dir. Cameron Crowe)

Cliff: Hey.
Janet: Hey. Going out?
Cliff: Yep. You?
Janet: Yeah.
Cliff: That’s a very nice hat, and I don’t mean that in an Eddie Haskell kind of way.
Janet: Thanks.
[Janet sneezes]
Cliff: Bless you.
Janet: Thank you.
Cliff: Does everybody go through this?
Janet: No, I think, just us.