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Originally posted by TgSoe
I'm not sure what movie this is originally from but it comes from Home Alone- You got to the count of ten to get your ugly, no good, yellow filthy animal carcass off my property before I pump your guts full of lead. Oooone, twooooooo, bam,bam bam, bam bam, bam, ah- hah- hah- hah- hah- haha- ah ha ha hah ha hah ha. keep the change yu filthy animal. That comes from an old black and white movie. Does anyone remember the name of it?
A spoof of the film appears in Home Alone as Angels with Filthy Souls. In the parody, Gangster Johnny fires a lengthy machine gun salvo before remarking, "Keep the change, ya filthy animal."
Angels with Dirty Faces is a 1938 film which tells the story of two boys, growing up in the slums of New York City, who take different paths -- one becomes a gangster, one a priest. When they meet again as adults, the priest must keep his former friend from corrupting the boys that the priest is trying to keep from a life of crime.
Wooderson: That's what I love about these high school girls, man. I get older, they stay the same age.
Originally posted by DustintheWind
How about this one from Slingblade:
Vaughan Cunningham: You seem like a thinker. You seem to always be deep in thought. So what are you thinking right now?
Karl Childers: I'm thinking I could use some more o' that potted meat, if you have any extry.
or this one:
Doyle: What are you doing with that blade, there, Karl?
Karl: I aim to kill you with it, mmm hmm.
hehheh gotta love that Karl!