Monday, April 14, 2014

A Promise


Sam: I made a promise, Mr. Frodo. A promise. Don't you leave him, Samwise Gamgee. And I don't mean to. I don't mean to.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Quote Challenge Answers {7}


Character 1: Mother, it's only a ball.

Character 2: Yes, and you're only going for the food.



Movie: Ever After

Character 1: Jacqueline

Character 2: Baroness Rodmilla De Ghent

Scores
Miss Laurie ~ 3 points

Thanks for playing! The next Quote Challenge will be posted the first Monday of May! See ya then!

Monday, April 7, 2014

Quote Challenge {7}


Rules: Correctly identify each character and the film title in a comment below. 3 points possible. Answers will be revealed on Friday, April 11th.

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Character 1: Mother, it's only a ball.

Character 2: Yes, and you're only going for the food.

Monday, March 31, 2014

Past the Ravine


Daria (singing): Down the meadow, past the ravine. Does the grass grow greener than green? Are there places I've never dreamed of, out in the wide open world?

Monday, March 24, 2014

All, But Italian


"Hallo, old chap!" said Mr. Pancks. "Altro, old boy! What's the matter?"

Mr. Baptist, Signor Cavalletto, understood English now almost as well as Mr. Pancks himself, and could speak it very well too. Nevertheless, Mrs. Plornish, with a pardonable vanity in that accomplishment of hers which made her all, but Italian, stepped in as interpreter.

"E ask know," said Mrs. Plornish, "what go wrong?"

"Come into the happy little cottage, Padrona," returned Mr. Baptist, imparting great stealthiness to his flurried backhanded shake of his right forefinger. "Come there!"

Mrs. Plornish was proud of the title Padrona, which she regarded as signifying, not so much Mistress of the house, as Mistress of the Italian tongue. She immediately complied with Mr. Baptist's request, and they all went into the cottage.

"E ope you no fright," said Mrs. Plornish then, interpreting Mr. Pancks in a new way, with her usual fertility of resource. 
"What appear? Peaka Padrona!"

"I have seen someone," returned Baptist. "I have ricontrato him."

"Im? Oo him?" asked Mrs. Plornish.

"A bad man. A baddest man. I have hoped that I should never have to see him again."

"Ow you know him bad?" asked Mrs. Plornish.

"It does not matter, Padrona. I know it too well."

"E see you?" asked Mrs. Plornish.

"No. I hope not. I believe not."

"He says," Mrs. Plornish then interpreted, addressing her father and Pancks with mild condescension, "that he met a bad man, but he hopes the bad man didn't see him."

~ Little Dorrit by Charles Dickens

Monday, March 10, 2014

Yeah, Why?


Anna: Olaf, did Elsa build you?

Olaf: Yeah, why?

Kristoff (to himself as he takes Olaf's arm): Fascinating. 

Anna: Do you know where she is?

Olaf: Yeah, why?

Anna: Do you think you could lead us to her?

Kristoff (examining Olaf's arm): How does this work?

Olaf (snatches arm back and smacks Kristoff in the face): Stop it, Sven! Trying to focus over here. (turns to Anna) Yeah, why?

Friday, March 7, 2014

Quote Challenge Answers {6}


Character: Well, folks back home said I could shoot a rifle before I was weaned, but they was exaggeratin' some.


Movie: Sergeant York

Character: Alvin York

Scores
Deborah Cook ~ 2 points

Thanks for playing! Look for the next Quote Challenge the first Monday of April!