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The brilliance of Quentin Tarantino's dialog.  NSFW with lots of N-words and other embellishments.  

Humphrey Bogart in the Caine Mutiny:   I also loved the ending scene.  (Jose Ferrer was MiguelFerrer's dad for those of you who think he looks familiar). Favorite line: I'm a lot d

Two of the greats together.  

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On 9/1/2020 at 12:43 PM, munchmemory said:

While we're going with nuclear catastrophes, here's another of my favorites, On The Beach.

 

read the book by Nevil Schute (sp?) waaaaay back.  Never saw the film.  Book was boring considering the plot line.  One by one suicides.  Not my thing. 

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The scene in Chinatown where Jack Nicholson has lunch with John Houston.  The script is rightfully held up as exceptional example of the art form.  But it's the malicious unspoken drama going on underneath the dialog that moves the plot as much as any other scene in the film truly does.  You don't know who's more effective in the way they spit vitrol.  The cynical detective Gittes played by Nicholson.  Or Houston's Noah Cross, the personification of pure evil.

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On 8/27/2020 at 2:33 PM, munchmemory said:

This one is a timepiece.  But especially if you're Italian, please check out Lover's and Other Strangers.  You might notice Clemenza and Maude in the starring roles.

 

"Why don't you tell that nice girl that you love her"

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