Talk about just about anything else that is non-gaming here, but keep it clean
User avatar
noiseredux
Next-Gen
 
Posts: 38130
Joined: Fri Nov 14, 2008 1:09 pm

Re: Favorite Movie Quotes

by noiseredux Thu Nov 03, 2011 10:59 pm

I'm getting too old for this shit.
Image
User avatar
noiseredux
Next-Gen
 
Posts: 38130
Joined: Fri Nov 14, 2008 1:09 pm

Re: Favorite Movie Quotes

by noiseredux Thu Nov 03, 2011 11:00 pm

noiseredux wrote:I'm getting too old for this shit.


btw, that's not a movie quote. I'm just saying...
Image
The Last Horseman
128-bit
 
Posts: 583
Joined: Tue Jun 21, 2011 7:40 pm

Re: Favorite Movie Quotes

by The Last Horseman Thu Nov 03, 2011 11:07 pm

I know a bunch, a bunch, of movie quotes, I use many daily. I'll list as they come to mind, but not many now. I'm tired.

"Shoot Earl, Earl's the boss!"

"Hello? Guys? Awwhhh, I pissed myyyseeelf...."

"I think a cellphone is worth a pinkey finger."

"Roll 'round, you be 'ight."

"I heard their periods attract Bears! They can smell the menstration!"
"You hear that? Fucking bears! Your putting the whole station in danger!"

"60% of the time, it works every time."
Systems: Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, N64, Gamecube, Xbox 360

WTB: Boxes for a silver Gamecube System(and a hyperport cover), and a box for an Ice Blue N64 console. Will pay 7.50 for each and shipping.
User avatar
Rurouni_Fencer
Next-Gen
 
Posts: 1848
Joined: Tue May 11, 2010 1:04 am
Location: Southern New Jersey

Re: Favorite Movie Quotes

by Rurouni_Fencer Thu Nov 03, 2011 11:11 pm

"Lookey, lookey - I got Hook-ey...!" <..then gets stabbed.>
Image
Image
B/S/T Thread *Updated 7/30/11*
Rurouni_Fencer »» 39 (as of 6/27/2018)
User avatar
Pulsar_t
Next-Gen
 
Posts: 5935
Joined: Tue Jan 01, 2008 10:38 am

Re: Favorite Movie Quotes

by Pulsar_t Thu Nov 03, 2011 11:20 pm

The Architect: Hello, Neo.

Neo: Who are you?

The Architect: I am the Architect. I created the matrix. I've been waiting for you. You have many questions, and although the process has altered your consciousness, you remain irrevocably human. Ergo, some of my answers you will understand, and some of them you will not. Concordantly, while your first question may be the most pertinent, you may or may not realize it is also irrelevant.

Neo: Why am I here?

The Architect: Your life is the sum of a remainder of an unbalanced equation inherent to the programming of the matrix. You are the eventuality of an anomaly, which despite my sincerest efforts I have been unable to eliminate from what is otherwise a harmony of mathematical precision. While it remains a burden to sedulously avoid it, it is not unexpected, and thus not beyond a measure of control. Which has led you, inexorably, here.

Neo: You haven't answered my question.

The Architect: Quite right. Interesting. That was quicker than the others.

*The responses of other Neos appear on the monitors: "Others? What others? How many? Answer me!"*

The Architect: The matrix is older than you know. I prefer counting from the emergence of one integral anomaly to the emergence of the next, in which case this is the sixth version.

*Again, the responses of the other Ones appear on the monitors: "Five versions? Three? I've been lied too. This is bullshit."*

Neo: There are only two possible explanations: either no one told me, or no one knows.

The Architect: Precisely. As you are undoubtedly gathering, the anomaly's systemic, creating fluctuations in even the most simplistic equations.

*Once again, the responses of other Neos appear on the monitors: "You can't control me! F*ck you! I'm going to kill you! You can't make me do anything!*

Neo: Choice. The problem is choice.

*The scene cuts to Trinity fighting an agent, and then back to the Architect's room*

The Architect: The first matrix I designed was quite naturally perfect, it was a work of art, flawless, sublime. A triumph equaled only by its monumental failure. The inevitability of its doom is as apparent to me now as a consequence of the imperfection inherent in every human being, thus I redesigned it based on your history to more accurately reflect the varying grotesqueries of your nature. However, I was again frustrated by failure. I have since come to understand that the answer eluded me because it required a lesser mind, or perhaps a mind less bound by the parameters of perfection. Thus, the answer was stumbled upon by another, an intuitive program, initially created to investigate certain aspects of the human psyche. If I am the father of the matrix, she would undoubtedly be its mother.

Neo: The Oracle.

The Architect: Please. As I was saying, she stumbled upon a solution whereby nearly 99.9% of all test subjects accepted the program, as long as they were given a choice, even if they were only aware of the choice at a near unconscious level. While this answer functioned, it was obviously fundamentally flawed, thus creating the otherwise contradictory systemic anomaly, that if left unchecked might threaten the system itself. Ergo, those that refused the program, while a minority, if unchecked, would constitute an escalating probability of disaster.

Neo: This is about Zion.

The Architect: You are here because Zion is about to be destroyed. Its every living inhabitant terminated, its entire existence eradicated.

Neo: Bullshit.

*The responses of other Neos appear on the monitors: "Bullshit!"*

The Architect: Denial is the most predictable of all human responses. But, rest assured, this will be the sixth time we have destroyed it, and we have become exceedingly efficient at it.

*Scene cuts to Trinity fighting an agent, and then back to the Architects room.*

The Architect: The function of the One is now to return to the source, allowing a temporary dissemination of the code you carry, reinserting the prime program. After which you will be required to select from the matrix 23 individuals, 16 female, 7 male, to rebuild Zion. Failure to comply with this process will result in a cataclysmic system crash killing everyone connected to the matrix, which coupled with the extermination of Zion will ultimately result in the extinction of the entire human race.

Neo: You won't let it happen, you can't. You need human beings to survive.

The Architect: There are levels of survival we are prepared to accept. However, the relevant issue is whether or not you are ready to accept the responsibility for the death of every human being in this world.

*The Architect presses a button on a pen that he is holding, and images of people from all over the matrix appear on the monitors*

The Architect: It is interesting reading your reactions. Your five predecessors were by design based on a similar predication, a contingent affirmation that was meant to create a profound attachment to the rest of your species, facilitating the function of the one. While the others experienced this in a very general way, your experience is far more specific. Vis-a-vis, love.

*Images of Trinity fighting the agent from Neo's dream appear on the monitors*

Neo: Trinity.

The Architect: Apropos, she entered the matrix to save your life at the cost of her own.

Neo: No!

The Architect: Which brings us at last to the moment of truth, wherein the fundamental flaw is ultimately expressed, and the anomaly revealed as both beginning, and end. There are two doors. The door to your right leads to the source, and the salvation of Zion. The door to the left leads back to the matrix, to her, and to the end of your species. As you adequately put, the problem is choice. But we already know what you're going to do, don't we? Already I can see the chain reaction, the chemical precursors that signal the onset of emotion, designed specifically to overwhelm logic, and reason. An emotion that is already blinding you from the simple, and obvious truth: she is going to die, and there is nothing that you can do to stop it.

*Neo walks to the door on his left*

The Architect: Humph. Hope, it is the quintessential human delusion, simultaneously the source of your greatest strength, and your greatest weakness.

Neo: If I were you, I would hope that we don't meet again.

The Architect: We won't.
Thy ban hammer shalt strike Image
User avatar
o.pwuaioc
Next-Gen
 
Posts: 7748
Joined: Tue Mar 29, 2011 7:59 pm
Location: NYC

Re: Favorite Movie Quotes

by o.pwuaioc Thu Nov 03, 2011 11:46 pm

noiseredux wrote:I'm getting too old for this shit.

You mean you weren't quoting Maverick?
User avatar
Luke
Next-Gen
 
Posts: 21077
Joined: Wed Jun 10, 2009 9:39 am

Re: Favorite Movie Quotes

by Luke Fri Nov 04, 2011 7:11 am

"Superman" - Iron Giant (if some of you just cried, I understand)

"Everyday is a beautiful day" - Harvey

"Brenda?" - Mallrats

"This is the worst idea in the history of bad ideas" - Jurassic Park

"Bitches, leave!" - Robocop
User avatar
SuperAnthony64
64-bit
 
Posts: 354
Joined: Mon Nov 23, 2009 2:24 am

Re: Favorite Movie Quotes

by SuperAnthony64 Fri Nov 04, 2011 9:30 am

Mine has to be from "Jingle All the Way" when Phil Hartman tells Arnold Schwarzenegger:

"You can't bench press your way out of this one."
3DS Friend Code: 4983 5187 8956
gennss
128-bit
 
Posts: 858
Joined: Mon Aug 18, 2008 3:22 pm

Re: Favorite Movie Quotes

by gennss Fri Nov 04, 2011 10:22 am

What did you just say?
KAISER SOSE! (some foreign language) KAISER SOSE!!
--
Gennss
--
Image
User avatar
Croooow!
128-bit
 
Posts: 706
Joined: Mon Jan 03, 2011 4:28 pm
Location: Nebraska

Re: Favorite Movie Quotes

by Croooow! Fri Nov 04, 2011 10:49 am

Carla Jean Moss: Where'd you get the pistol?
Llewelyn Moss: At the gettin' place.
"There are two ways to get enough. One way is to continue to accumulate more and more. The other is to desire less." G.K. Chesterton

Feedback: +1 Racketboy, +119 eBay
Return to Off-Topic / Whatever

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests