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Dennis Taylor

"We lost a lot of good men out there..."

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"Playing with the Yankees? "

"Yes, playing with the Yankees.  You lose good men to trades, unruly fans...i don't want to talk about it "

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But that wife of his, Eleanor... Big dyke! Huge dyke. A real rug muncher. Looked like a big lesbian mule.

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What were they like anyway? Did they look pretty good? Are they real? Are they built for speed or for comfort? What’d you do with them? Did you motorboat? Did you play the motorboat? You motorboatin’ sonofabitch. You old sailor you!

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I'd like to be pimps from Oakland or cowboys from Arizona but it's not Halloween. Grow up, Peter Pan! Count Chocula! 

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Yeah! Crab cakes and football. That’s what Maryland does!

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Posted (edited)

Yeah, the, the sock that i wore all day, playing football in, pouring sweat in, was shoved into my mouth and then was duct taped over it!

Edited by Pam Cummings

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4 minutes ago, IDIOTsavant said:

"Would you say you're completely full of shit or just 50%? "I hope just 50, but who knows."

hilarious!  great quote from the movie. 

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16 hours ago, IDIOTsavant said:

"Would you say you're completely full of shit or just 50%? "I hope just 50, but who knows."

Plus the shot of her ass when she gets out of the bed is quite delightful.  But now when they show it on basic cable, she's always wearing a rather full-backed pair of undies.  Damn shame they ruined the artistic integrity of that film.  And can somebody tell me why Bradley Cooper seems 3" shorter in this movie than in all his other roles? 

"I'll be upstairs in my room, painting...homo things." 

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Yeah, I think she was two years after us, so class of 2000.  She's aging very well.  Looks better now than she did in the movie, or so her website would have us believe.  

Somebody at Moody School pointed out that McConaughey, Wes Anderson, Owen Wilson, Robert Rodriguez, and Renne Zellwiger were all at UT at the same time and studying many of the same courses, but only Wilson and Anderson knew each other and that's only from Dallas.  /csb

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They're both from Dallas so I guess it's possible they are distant cousins or by marriage. 

If they are related, Wes never liked her enough to help out her movie career and put her in any of his films, despite her tour-de-force performance in "Pauly Shore is Dead" 

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johnny, I was first team all-state.  I can put the ball wherever I want to.  I’ll make it rain out here. 

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I left that movie to make a phone call and didn't bother going back in. Had no idea it had a following. 

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40 minutes ago, RomaVicta said:

I left that movie to make a phone call and didn't bother going back in. Had no idea it had a following. 

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to be fair, It does hit an excruciating 30 minute lull that nobody ever talks about.  But finishes strong due to Will Ferrell and his mother's coveted meatloaf recipe.  But syndication buyers fail to acknowledge that the film grinds to a fucking halt from the time they leave the seaside resort (and but for one funny scene with Isla discussing the brazilian twins) until Chaz crashes the crashing movie.  Most of the movie is holding up well, except for it reminds me in every other scene that Owen Wilson hasn't been funny in, in 15 years, in anything.  

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2 hours ago, RomaVicta said:

I left that movie to make a phone call and didn't bother going back in. Had no idea it had a following. 

You sound like a very complicated and deep man.

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1 hour ago, Lobo said:

to be fair, It does hit an excruciating 30 minute lull that nobody ever talks about.  But finishes strong due to Will Ferrell and his mother's coveted meatloaf recipe.  But syndication buyers fail to acknowledge that the film grinds to a fucking halt from the time they leave the seaside resort (and but for one funny scene with Isla discussing the brazilian twins) until Chaz crashes the crashing movie.  Most of the movie is holding up well, except for it reminds me in every other scene that Owen Wilson hasn't been funny in, in 15 years, in anything.  

Another film that over-quoting has destroyed for me. 
 

“Motorboating sonofabitch” lost its funniness a decade ago. Only people i know that still quote wedding crashers are in their 40s and 50s

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13 minutes ago, GreenspointTexas said:

Another film that over-quoting has destroyed for me. 

Ballgame

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3 minutes ago, Michael Knight said:

doesn't help that Vince Vaughn's schtick got old around 2005

Pretty accurate.  Since then, he was funny in an otherwise unremarkable comedy called "the Internship" (again, Owen Wilson is there just waiting to suck with his hands tucked into his long sleeves).  I would never seek it out, but in December, one of your least shitty options to watch is "Four Christmases" which he's above average in.  Everything else has been garbage, even "Curb" couldn't help him (though he does play the straight man well).  

Anyway, didn't mean to get all "get off my lawn"...Wedding Crashers save for the section I mentioned, is still pretty funny.  Vaughan can still hit some great notes.  Wilson has been limping along for 15 years in even worse fashion than Vaughan has.  

There's no money anymore in true comedies, so I get it.  

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Jeremy- "I'm sorry I'm not sorry- I'm not going to apologize...I'm a cocksman"

(stunned looks from people in row in front of them)

John- "Tourettes" (gestures towards Jeremy) 

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2 hours ago, Johnny Sack said:

You sound like a very complicated and deep man.

You sound like an insecure one.

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