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The clip peggy comes up from The Front Page (1974) He said he'd be waiting. You want me to get him? Would you, please? Third floor, pressroom. A newspaperman? Don't tell me. Those guys, you pick them up late at night, they pass out in the cab. You schlep them upstairs, you undress them, you put them to bed. When you go through their pockets for the fare, they start yelling for the cops. I schenk you newspapermen. Never mind. I'll go myself. To hell with the Nicaraguan earthquake. I don't care if there's 100,000 dead. The League of Nations? Spike it. No, no, no. Don't touch Cdr. Byrd and the penguins, that's human interest. Can I mention the Mayor's half interest in that Chinese whorehouse? Pour it on, kiddo. Below the belt, every punch. Duffy, has that delivery truck left yet with the block and tackle? Well, goose them up. God damn it, every minute counts! Hildy. Hildy. Jesus! People walk in and out of here like it was a Greyhound terminal. Uh, Peggy, I thought you were picking up the bags. I did. They're downstairs in the cab. Oh, yeah? Well, we got plenty of time. Sit down, honey. The Hoover speech? Shove it between the want ads and the obituaries. Oh, this is the greatest thing that ever happened to me in my life. Oh, I thought I was. I didn't mean it that way, honey. Honey...
10 Nov 2011
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The clip cup cake maker infomercial from Cat in the Hat (2003) with Mike Myers Oh, no! Ohh! Little-known fact... cats always land on their tushy. I thought they always landed on their feet. Oh, sure, now you tell me. Harrumph! So, kiddo, what do you want to do for fun? I wanna make cupcakes! Cupcakes? Oh, yeah! To the kitchen! Live from the kitchen, the following is a paid commercial announcement for Astounding Products. Hi! Welcome to Astounding Products. I'm your host, the guy in the sweater who asks all the obvious questions. Now, here to tell us about his astounding product for making cupcakes, all the way from Cheshire, England, please welcome... Me! Hello! Now... Hello! I'm so excited! Do you love making cupcakes, but hate all the hard cupcake work? I know I do! Well, forget everything you know about making cupcakes... and say hello... to the amazing Kupkake-inator. I'm so excited! Cupcake-a-what? Kupkake-inator! Oh, this amazing device can instantly make cupcakes... out of anything that you have in the kitchen. Wait a minute. Did you say anything"? Anything. Anything? Yes, anything. Anything? Anything. Anything? I'll get you, and it'll look like a bloody accident. Anything. Now, take off the lid. You can put in, I don't know, a carton of eggs. What? How about a pack of hot dogs? That's incredible! Why not some ketchup? Yeah, why not? How about... I know what you're thinkin'. Even a fire extinguisher. There we go. Hmm? Now, close the lid and Bob's your flippin' uncle! What an astounding product! Oh, yeah! Open the drawer, Fill the patented Kupkake-inator tray,
10 Nov 2011
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The clip Richie's boy will be taken to Las Vegas from American Gangster (2007) with Carla Gugino, Russell Crowe Look, I'm sorry. Oh, please, Richie. It couldn't be avoided. I'll take him next weekend, all right? We're moving. What? Where? The St Regis. What do you care? To my sister's. Your sister's? In Vegas? Yeah. You are not moving to Las Vegas. Not with Michael, anyway. What am I supposed to do with him, leave him with you? There's a picture. Hey, guys! Be cool. Laurie, Las Vegas is not the kind of place that you raise a kid. Like this is a good environment? And around your friends? When am I supposed to see my boy? This weekend. Last weekend. God damn it. Hey! I asked you nice to shut up, right? Now I'm gonna have to kill you. I swear I will pull out my gun and put a bullet in your fucking heads! Now stop what you're doing and pick up the glass! Calm down, man. Okay, be cool. Fucking crazy, man. You don't have a gun. You sure? You are crazy, Richie. You don't have room for us. I'll see you in court. Come on, Michael. Say bye to your dad. Get over here. Hey, kiddo. I'll see you next week, all right? We'll do something. Let's get you an ice cream.
10 Nov 2011
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The clip the garden from Coraline (2009) Hey. I love your garden! Our garden, Coraline. Stop tickling me! Daughter in distress. Tickle no more, you dragon snappers. Well, she says it's time for dinner, breakfast, food. Hop on, kiddo. I wanna show you something. I can't believe you did this. Mother said you'd like it. Boy, she knows you like the back of her hand. Mmm. So good.
10 Nov 2011
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The clip going to the office from Liar Liar (1997) with Jim Carrey, Amanda Donohoe Absolutely, Max Factor. We just have to stop by the office for one minute. Excuse me, sir. Any spare change? Oh, I'm sorry. I'm all out. I can't do it. Fred, it's your duty to present the strongest case possible. The strongest case possible consistent with the truth. Will you let the judge decide what's true? That's what he gets paid for. You get paid to win. If you insist that I take it to trial, I will represent Mrs. Cole aggressively and ethically. But Miranda, I won't lie. Then we'll just have to find someone who will. Twenty-first floor. Men's wear. Hi, Mr. Reede! Whoa! Hey. Did you do something to your hair? It's a bit extreme, isn't it? No! That's the thing nowadays, right? He said it would accent my facial features. That's what it does! It completely accents your facial features. We're just gonna go to my office- Hey, Fletcher. Hey, Pete. You losin' a little weight? I don't know. Maybe. Looks and personality. A double-threat guy. Hey, Mr. Reede. Hey... man. It's, uh, Randy. Yeah, I know. Takin' lunch orders. Anything? No, thanks. I had so much for breakfast, I'm ready to pop. I mean, I'm full. Okay. Great. Max! Hi, Greta. Hey, what's new? It's my birthday tomorrow, and we're having a party. Wow! I am sure your daddy has got you something wonderful. Yeah? Yeah, you bet! Listen, kiddo. Why don't you play in my office for a minute. Sue somebody for everything they've got.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip al moves out from Edtv (1999) Isn't the appeal of this show now... that everybody's got a skeleton in their closet? But how many skeletons can one family have? No, I think our country's saying we've had enough of this. Let's get back to the way TV used to be. We are gathered today- How ya doin', boy? How was the service? It was all right. His parole officer said some lovely words, and once again I was reminded the end is near. Sorry you couldn't come in, kiddo, but for some reason, the family feels they're not comin' off so well on TV. Well... you and Mom are gonna work things out, aren't ya? I'm movin' out. No, Al. What do you mean, you're moving out? I'm gonna live with my brother. He's not in such good shape as me, but I'm looking forward to the pillow fights. Hank. Hank was always good with the ladies. Always good-lookin'. Hell, he's been dead for two days, he still looks better than me. I wanna tell you something, Al. You know, Hank, he- You're my father, Al.
12 Nov 2011
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The clip driving to the scene from The Bone Collector (1999) with Ed O'Neill, Angelina Jolie Jesus, 25 minutes left. How did Rhyme get to be that way? He was born brilliant. It happens. I mean the physical part. About four years ago, he was working the body of a transit cop... been found shot in a subway tunnel. Beam came down, damn near cut him in half. Jesus. Family? Married sister in Phoenix. He never sees her. Cut himself off. Technically, he's still on active duty, collecting full pay. P.B.A. insurance picks up round-the-clock care and all the gadgets. On weekends, always one or two cops there lending a hand. Tough deal winding up like that. You won't hear him complaining. Nah, he gets too much pleasure pushing other people's buttons. In your case, I'd be complimented. You gotta learn to relax around a compliment, especially one from Rhyme. You can be a little grating. Me? Kiddo, if you were any more wound up, you'd be a Timex. He was a human dynamo... writing books, lecturing all over the world, giving expert opinion in trials, working half the crime scenes in the city. You know what he'd do in his downtime? I can't imagine. He'd collect things... dirt, metals, plastics, hubcaps, plants, musical strings, medical tools, anything you could think of. Obsessive. No, he'd have it all analyzed and catalogued... for his what cha call it... database. Jesus Christ! I'd like to get there in one piece, if possible.
12 Nov 2011
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The clip michael watches the girls Part 2 from Halloween (2007) You should! You guys! Come on, let's go get something- Oh, no, 5-0. Hey. Hi, Dad. Hey, Mr. Brackett. Nice furry hat, Mr. Brackett. Thank you. What's up, Dad? I'm on my way home. Anybody want a ride? Yeah. Hell, yeah, I'll take a ride. No. You guys? Bacon-mobiles make me nauseous. Nice. Bye, Annie. See you later. Bye, guys. Hey, kiddo. Kind of a drag having a pig as a dad. Nah, I like him. Yeah? Do you think he was flirting with me? You are so demented. Totally. Yeah. See ya. Bye.
14 Nov 2011
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The clip new tricks from Dai si gin (2004) Your pretty commander must have more tricks up her sleeve I guess SDU is moving in What are your plans? Hey kiddo, log on to the Internet There's no more rice I'll look into it We're cops. Cops Exit the building. We're moving in Boss, should we go? I'll nail those bastards Madam, the suspects are online again. Patch me through Rebecca, having lunch? Got no appetite until I've arrested you Are you full? Yes Eating is good for your body How thoughtful of you One person's decision could hurt many people Don't you understand? I do. I know you're about to take action
15 Nov 2011
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The clip the car runs over Johnny Morris Part 3 from The Car (1977) And maybe you're scared of getting married to her again. Well, what would you guys think if I married Lauren? You still like it when I cook, don't you? Sure, as long as I don't have to eat Brussel sprouts. And when I vacuum on Sundays? Who vacuums? We vacuum. But you like it, don't you? Kiddos, you guys is the best. Okay, then it's settled. This is grown up talk, huh? I'll get on first. Thompson, this is 402. Good morning, Wade. What's up? Usual trip to school. I'm on my way in. Wade, there's something up at Amos Clements' place. You might wanna check it out. Okay. Where's your helmet, Daddy? I'll wear it twice tomorrow. You'll bonk your head. Do as I say, not as I do, yeah. Hang on, turkeys. Not so tight.
15 Nov 2011
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The clip Wade drives his daughters to school from The Car (1977) Debra, you're such a cheater. I am not. You are so. You just can't jump where your rocks are. You think you just gotta keep doing this. You don't. Now throw your rock. Okay, ladies, mount up. Let's ride. Daddy, how come she always sneaks out before we get up? Debra. Why don't you let Miss Humphries live with us? Just until Mum comes back, you know. That's not the way it works. I think it is. Debra. Daddy, what she means is that... well, we know it was bad between you and Mother. And maybe you're scared of getting married to her again. Well, what would you guys think if I married Lauren? You still like it when I cook, don't you? Sure, as long as I don't have to eat Brussel sprouts. And when I vacuum on Sundays? Who vacuums? We vacuum. But you like it, don't you? Kiddos, you guys is the best. Okay, then it's settled. This is grown up talk, huh? I'll get on first. Thompson, this is 402. Good morning, Wade. What's up? Usual trip to school. I'm on my way in. Wade, there's something up at Amos Clements' place. You might wanna check it out. Okay. Where's your helmet, Daddy? I'll wear it twice tomorrow. You'll bonk your head. Do as I say, not as I do, yeah. Hang on, turkeys. Not so tight.
15 Nov 2011
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The clip israel agrees to the deal from Smokin' Aces (2006) with Jeremy Piven, Curtis Armstrong The deal is off in five minutes unless they give us something. I don't know what to say to you. It is what it is. Bullshit! It isn't! Listen... I am not... I don't know how to say it any fucking louder, Morrie. I am not giving up my boys. And they are bricking us... All right? End of fucking song. ...on that particular issue, pally. I've been cohabitating with these people for the last 30 hours. These are the premier prick cocksuckers of all time. And I feel beaten by them. I feel bloodied. You're just gonna have to play ball. No, I don't have to do shit, which includes cooperating with these fuckers, until I get what I want! Listen to me. If we have to give them someone, give them Hugo, all right? I can take that because he needs that regimented prison shit that they'll give him. It's bigger than that. They want everybody. Ivy, Beanie, Hugo, the works. This is not a fucking swap meet, all right, Morrie? I'm not giving up my boys and you fucking know that. I gave you Sparazza. I'm gonna give them Sparazza and the west-coast syndicate gift-wrapped. Get it fucking done! Listen to me, kid. Let's not antagonize this any more, okay? If we push this, they are gonna revoke your protective status and that nullifies any agreement we got. And that is mate. Checkmate, kiddo.
16 Nov 2011
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The clip Mr Miller's home video from The Butterfly Effect (2004) Hey, Andrea. George. Hello, little man. Watch your step. Thanks, George. Not a problem. Here's my work number... in case there are any problems. And please keep an eye on him 'cause... What, are you kidding? We're going to have a great time today, right, sport? Okay, be good, kiddo. I love you. Bye-bye. Bye, George. Go long. Go on. Right in the backyard. Here it comes. Evan, Evan, guess what? Dad got a new video camera... and we're all going to be in a movie. That's right, Evan. And you get to be the star. I thought I was the star. Hey, what did I tell you? Now, Evan... You have to promise... your bestest, super-duper promise... that this will be our little secret. You think you can do that? Um-hmm. I'm r... Where am I? Where did we all go? Calm down, kid, stand still. I was just somewhere else. How did I get here? Quit acting like some damn retard, or I'll call your mother... and tell her what a naughty little shit you've been. Kayleigh... Kayleigh... what happened?
18 Nov 2011
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The clip Continuous flashbacks from The Butterfly Effect (2004) Kayleigh, no. No. Kayleigh, no. Hey, man. ...good, kiddo. I've got no choice but to commit you to Sunnyvale Institution... You're gonna have to live somewhere else for a while. A squashed butterfly. I want my mummy. I'm so sick of this. I think we should up your medication.
18 Nov 2011
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The clip Andrea has lung cancer from The Butterfly Effect (2004) with Ashton Kutcher Did Mum get transferred again? What are you talking about? She's been here the entire time. Looking... good, kiddo. Lung cancer. Lung cancer? You started chain smoking when I blew myself up. Sorry, Mrs. T, he's been acting out of sorts lately. I think I could fix this. Fix? I just need the journal entry about the blockbuster. Shit, no arms. I never wrote it. You're... acting... different. No, he's just going through tough times right now. Mum... you're going to be okay. I can change it. Um, maybe... I wanna go down to the chapel. You're... acting... just like your father. Just 'cause he went crazy when he was my age, doesn't mean I'm gonna go crazy, Mum. How... did... you... know that? You told me...
18 Nov 2011
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The clip Jail visit from The Butterfly Effect (2004) And he says he's sure... he can get you off on self-defence. So if you're just patient... Mum... How long am I gonna be in here? I don't know. These things take time. What about the journals? Did you bring the ones I asked you to bring? I found these two. The others are still in storage. Mum. L... I need them all, all of them. And I'm going to get them to you, but right now, you need to concentrate on the case. Please. Alright. You're right. What about Kayleigh? Is she alright? Try to tell her I'm sorry. Time's up. I'm not going to lose you, kiddo. Promise me you'll hang on.
18 Nov 2011
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