Doug Adams made it look so easy, with his extraordinary wit and ability to concoct a phrase. I put him in the pantheon with the likes of Twain, Wilde, Waugh, et al.
Braininvat wrote:I remember GFI better than the others, having seen it more times, so I don't remember how Fredo was found out in GFII. I just remember how his too-friendly bond with Moe Green, in GFI, kind of set up the character arc....how his weaknesses might lead to his demise in a sequel. And Michael, in GFI, sees Vegas as so corrupting in a way that's at odds with the NYC business model and the Corleone style. "Get rid of the girls," etc. Now I'm curious, will have to see GFII again.
ronjanec » December 14th, 2016, 7:11 pm wrote:"You a bounty hunter?" "Man's got to do something for a living these days" "Dyin ain't much of a living boy" One of my favorite movie lines of all time.
Eclogite » December 15th, 2016, 8:43 am wrote:Character 1: You despise me, don't you?
Character 2: If I gave you any thought I probably would.
Related, in a way, but not the same film:
Character 1: You always have a very smooth explanation ready.
Character 2: What do you want me to do, learn to stutter?
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