• They'll talk to you and talk to you and talk to you about individual freedom. But they see a free individual, it's gonna scare them.

    14 GIU 2024 路 "They'll talk to you and talk to you and talk to you about individual freedom. But they see a free individual, it's gonna scare them." George Hanson (played by Jack Nicholson), in "Easy Rider". "Easy Rider" is a classic 1969 film directed by Dennis Hopper, starring Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, and Jack Nicholson. The movie features the iconic Steppenwolf track "Born to Be Wild", which has become synonymous with the film's themes of freedom and rebellion. Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox. Part 1 now magically available for your reading delight as an eBook on https://amzn.to/4btaCzp.
    47 sec.
  • "This is the Mount Everest of hacks."

    13 GIU 2024 路 "This is the Mount Everest of hacks." Ethan Hunt to Luther, inside a compartment on the TGV referring to CIA headquarters. "Mission: Impossible", directed by Brian De Palma, stars Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt alongside Ving Rhames as Luther, delivering a thrilling espionage adventure. The script, crafted by David Koepp and Robert Towne, is complemented by the iconic score of Lalo Schifrin, heightening the suspense and excitement throughout the film. Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox. Part 1 now magically available for your reading delight as an eBook on https://amzn.to/4btaCzp.
    50 sec.
  • "Non!"

    12 GIU 2024 路 "Non!" Marcel Marceau in "Silent Movie" from 1976. "Silent Movie", directed by Mel Brooks, is a comedic homage to the silent film era. The film is notable for its nearly complete absence of spoken dialogue, relying instead on visual gags and physical comedy. In a humorous twist, the only spoken word in the entire movie is delivered by the legendary mime artist Marcel Marceau. This singular word serves as a clever and memorable punchline, highlighting the film's playful spirit. Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox. Part 1 now magically available for your reading delight as an eBook on https://amzn.to/4btaCzp.
    51 sec.
  • "The car crash is a fertilizing rather than a destructive event."

    11 GIU 2024 路 "The car crash is a fertilizing rather than a destructive event." Vaughan (played by Elias Koteas), in "Crash". "Crash" is a provocative 1996 film directed by David Cronenberg, based on the novel of the same name by J G Ballard.聽The film stars James Spader, Holly Hunter, and Rosanna Arquette, exploring the psychological complexities and obsessions related to car crashes. Known for its controversial themes, "Crash" delves into the intersection of technology, sexuality, and mortality, maintaining Cronenberg's signature style of blending the unsettling with the thought provoking. Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox. Part 1 now magically available for your reading delight as an eBook on https://amzn.to/4btaCzp.
    59 sec.
  • "Take your shot, but make it your best. 'Cause I get up, I eat ya."

    10 GIU 2024 路 "Take your shot, but make it your best. 'Cause I get up, I eat ya."聽 Whitey Bulger, played by Johnny Depp, in "Black Mass". "Black Mass" is a 2015 crime drama film directed by Scott Cooper, based on the true story of notorious Boston gangster Whitey Bulger. The movie stars Johnny Depp in a transformative role as Bulger, with a supporting cast that includes Joel Edgerton, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Dakota Johnson. The film explores Bulger's rise to power and his complex relationship with the FBI, which allowed him to evade justice for years. Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox. Part 1 now magically available for your reading delight as an eBook on https://amzn.to/4btaCzp.
    55 sec.
  • "You think because you let them tar and feather you that the world will forgive you? They won't."

    9 GIU 2024 路 "You think because you let them tar and feather you that the world will forgive you? They won't." Kitty Oppenheimer to her husband Robert. Kitty Oppenheimer is a central character in the film "Oppenheimer", portrayed by Emily Blunt, showcasing the complex relationship between J. Robert Oppenheimer and his wife during the turbulent times of the Manhattan Project. Directed by Christopher Nolan, the movie features a stellar cast, including Cillian Murphy as J. Robert Oppenheimer, and delves into the ethical and personal dilemmas faced by those involved in the creation of the atomic bomb. Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox. Part 1 now magically available for your reading delight as an eBook on https://amzn.to/4btaCzp.
    55 sec.
  • "Just keep it still back there, lady, or we're going to have to, you know, shoot you."

    8 GIU 2024 路 "Just keep it still back there, lady, or we're going to have to, you know, shoot you." Carl Showalter, played by Steve Buscemi, in "Fargo", from 1996. "Fargo" is a dark comedy crime film directed by the Coen Brothers, set in the snowy landscapes of Minnesota and North Dakota. It follows a pregnant police chief, Marge Gunderson, played by Frances McDormand, as she unravels a botched kidnapping plot orchestrated by a financially desperate car salesman. Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox. Part 1 now magically available for your reading delight as an eBook on https://amzn.to/4btaCzp.
    48 sec.
  • "Insane asylums are filled with people who think they're Jesus or Satan. Very few have delusions of being a guy down the block.."

    7 GIU 2024 路 Insane asylums are filled with people who think they're Jesus or Satan. Very few have delusions of being a guy down the block who works for an insurance company. Patricia, played by Julia Roberts, in "Confessions of a dangerous mind", from 2002. "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind", directed by George Clooney, stars Sam Rockwell as Chuck Barris, a game show host who claims to have been an undercover C I A assassin. The film features strong performances by Drew Barrymore and Julia Roberts, blending dark comedy and drama in a unique narrative. Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox. Part 1 now magically available for your reading delight as an eBook on https://amzn.to/4btaCzp.
    55 sec.
  • "Life is not what you see in films. Life is much harder."

    6 GIU 2024 路 "Life is not what you see in films. Life is much harder."聽 Alfredo, played by Philip Noiret, in Cinema Paradiso, from 1988. "Cinema Paradiso" is a heartwarming Italian film that explores the deep bond between a young boy and a cinema projectionist in a small Sicilian village. The movie beautifully portrays the magic of cinema and the bittersweet passage of time, leaving a lasting impression on its viewers with its evocative storytelling and emotional depth. Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox. Part 1 now magically available for your reading delight as an eBook on https://amzn.to/4btaCzp.
    49 sec.
  • "Way out west there was this fella I wanna tell ya about. Goes by the name of Jeff Lebowski.鈥

    5 GIU 2024 路 "Way out west there was this fella I wanna tell ya about. Goes by the name of Jeff Lebowski.鈥溌 The Stranger (played by Sam Elliott), in "The Big Lebowski." (1998) "The Big Lebowski" is a cult classic film directed by the Coen Brothers, featuring Jeff Bridges as the laid-back and iconic character, 'The Dude.' The film blends elements of comedy, crime, and surrealism, creating a unique narrative that follows The Dude's misadventures in a case of mistaken identity. Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox. Part 1 now magically available for your reading delight as an eBook on聽https://amzn.to/4btaCzp.
    50 sec.

Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves...

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Quotable Cinema: 馃幀 Iconic Lines from the Silver Screen 馃帴 is a captivating podcast series dedicated to celebrating the most memorable and impactful lines in film history. Each episode delves into the world of classic and contemporary cinema, exploring the stories behind the lines that have moved audiences, defined characters, and left an indelible mark on the cultural landscape.

Listeners can expect a journey through the magic of movie dialogue, from the stirring speeches and witty one-liners to the romantic declarations and philosophical musings that have echoed through theaters. Join us as we celebrate the words that have made us laugh, cry, think, and feel, all while shaping the world of cinema, meticulously curated by Cala Vox.

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