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The clip massage job from Love Wrecked (2005) I'm putting you to the spa, and here's your next assignment. But I've never given a professional massage before. It's easy. Just rub. Mrs. Venable is back there. Hey, good looking, what's cooking? Pardon me, for one second. Wait you back. Excuse me, that lady in there has Elephantitus. No. She's from the Midwest. Oh, you are a sick, evil little man. Si. And you're a float. Go float! Actually, I'm from the Big Apple. I like it deep. Yes, Ma'am. We'll work all those kinks out. Have you got a girlfriend? Working on it. You shouldn't have to work too hard with hands like that. I... oh, oh, under my left shoulder blade. Very nice. What's the matter? My watch. Feels like a Rolex. Do you mind if I just... Go. Go ahead. You are good. You are very, very good. May I give you a massage? Oh, okay, that's...
26 Oct 2011
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The clip Shin Hyun Under Hypnosis Part 2 from H (2002) If you kill me, you'll die too! You're gonna kill me... Pardon me... Mommy! I'm sorry... I'm sorry... The possibility of an embryo surviving the abortion is under 3%. Shin Hyun was born in this possibility, his memory of aggression that he felt in the womb. confronting the abortion, comes to control his subconscious. His aggressive activity can be regarded as expression of his hatred toward women... which comes from his fear in the womb. The execution was ordered all of a sudden. Seeing what happened to Dr. Chu... and with people fussing over saying this is a replay serial murders, they must have felt it necessary to end this before things got worse. How was the end? He took it calm and serene. His last words were he killed his mother. His mother?
26 Oct 2011
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The clip Niagra Falls report from Bruce Almighty (2003) with Jennifer Aniston, Philip Baker Hall Bruce? Talk, Bruce. Hello? Talk, honey. Talk. What's going on? We got a Walt Disney. He's frozen solid. We may not have audio. Check. We may be having a bit of technical difficulty. Feed's good, Jack. Move. Come on. Come on. Come on. Talk, Bruce, damn it! All right. Get ready to pull the plug. Come on, baby. Say something. Say something. Bruce, talk. Hi, Susan. Oh, thank you, God. Bruce Nolan here aboard the Maid of the Mist in fabulous Niagara Falls. First off, let me just add another congratulations to Evan Backstabber... Pardon me. Bastard. Baxter, rather. It is good to see what someone with talent can do... when great opportunities are given to them instead of me. Anyway, I'm here with Katharine Hepburn's mom. Tell me. Why did you throw the blue Heart of the Ocean jewel over the railing of the Titanic? Did you feel bad at all letting Leo DiCaprio drown while you were safe, floating on the door? Could you have taken turns, or were you just too afraid to freeze your big, fat ass off? Hmm. I guess that's how life is, isn't it? Some people are drenched, freezing to death on a stupid boat... with a stupid hat, while others are in a comfy news studio, suckin' up all the glory. Oh, well. No big deal. Oh, boy. Oh, look. It's the owner of the Maid of the Mist. Let's have a talk with him, shall we? Come on in here, Bill. That's all right. No, no, no, no. No, no. Come on. Let's have a talk. Come on. What are you doing? Bill, you've been running the Maid of the Mist for 23 years now. Tell me. Why do you think I didn't get the anchor job? Hey, man. I don't want problems.
27 Oct 2011
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The clip introduce harvey to aunt ethel Part 2 from Harvey (1950) I'll have Ordway there. Ordway is my grandson. Any night at all, I'd be delighted. I'd like to meet Ordway. And now, Aunt Ethel, I'd like you to meet Harvey! Harvey, you've heard me speak of Aunt Ethel Chauvenet. One of my dearest friends. She's the one who... Hmm? Th-That's right. Well, this is the one. No, she's the one! She... He says he would've known you anywhere. Well, now we must go in and greet the rest of our friends. Come along, Harvey. Oh, Aunt Ethel, will you pardon me? You're standing in his way. There we are. I'll see you in a minute. I can see that you're disturbed about Harvey. Please don't be. He stares that way at everybody. It's his way. But he likes you, I can tell. He likes you very much. I'm, I'm coming, Harvey. Well, I... I think I'll be running along. No tea? Or punch? No, no. Thank you. Perhaps a nice lemon fizz... I'll be going. Good-bye. with a turkey wing and some walnut dressing? Oh, no!
29 Oct 2011
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The clip questioning bank director from Inside man (2006) with Christopher Plummer, Denzel Washington Detective Frazier. Mr. Case. How are you? I am great. Nobody got killed at the bank. Everybody's happy. My kind of day. That's wonderful. Wonderful. Detective Mitchell. Mr. Case. Be seated, gentlemen. Thank you. Can I offer you anything? No. I must say I was most impressed by the way you handled that business. Thank you, Mr. Case. Whenever I hear the term "New York's Finest" you're who I think of. You keep the rest of us safe and make it look easy. Pardon me. Well, what's so amusing? When you say "the rest of us," Mr. Case, I mean, you got to look around. "The rest of us" is a category that you haven't qualified for in a long time. Touch�, Detective. I won't deny it. I've done well. Yes, you have. But I'm very confused. You see, I got a case where armed robbers laid siege to your bank. It is your bank, right? Well, I'm Chairman of the Board of Directors. Then ita-zita-vene-gazoo. The robbers disappear. Poof. And they don't take a nickel, right? You're asking me? Yes, I'm asking you. I mean, it's your bank. You own it. I'm asking you. It's a tiny part of our organization. No robbers. No real victims. No loot missing. It's got to be the first time in law-enforcement history. I never heard of it before. So, you got to ask yourself, "What the fuck happened?" Don't you, Mr. Case? I'm not quite sure I like your tone, Officer. You don't like my tone? Then give me a straight answer. It's the founding bank of your empire. You built it. It's your baby. Give me a straight answer. What do you think happened? I have no idea. Oh, come on, now. Come on. I'll tell you what I think happened. I think you sent that woman in there to patch things up. Miss White. I think you paid her. What was she doing in there? Look, this is absurd. Are you implying that I had anything to do with it? 392. Safe deposit box 392. What's the story on that? I have no idea what you're... Don't lie to me, Mr. Case. I don't lie. I looked at all the records. All the bank records for safe deposit boxes at your bank.
29 Oct 2011
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Genesis with Follow you follow me, including lyrics! Pardon me for misspellings, everyone makes mistakes;) Please leave a comment and rate:) Just tell me if you have a song without a lyric-video, I will make one for you:)
8 Nov 2011
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The clip lawrence escapes the asylum from The Wolfman (2010) Davis? Yes, sir? Are you armed? Yes, sir. Give me your revolver! Quickly! Pardon me. Excuse me. As you were. Carter! Sir. Have you got a pistol? Yes, sir. Follow me. Telegraph the Yard. Issue weapons. All right, sir. Now! Right away, sir! I don't suppose we have any silver bullets. What?
10 Nov 2011
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The clip a floating gold mind from The Naughty Nineties (1945) Imagine what we could do with a showboat like this. It would be a gold mine. The yokels would come on board to see the show. And we could give them five-card stud in the afterpiece. Don't forget the dice game. Don't forget the sheriff. If the sheriff comes, we sail the whole kit and caboodle into the next county. Hold it. Here comes the temporary owner of the showboat. Pardon me, folks. I couldn't help seeing you gettin' up and leaving. I guess you're strangers. Hate to think you didn't like the show. Oh, but we loved the show. We're leaving because we have to catch the packet for St. Louis. Oh, that old packet won't leave for an hour. Come on back with me. You've time to see the olio. Well, Crawford, get yourself measured for sea togs now.
10 Nov 2011
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[Hook x2: Chalie Boy] On My Momma (Momma) On My Hood (Hood) I Look Fly (Yeah) I Look Good (Good) Touch My Swag (Swag) Wish You Could (Could) I Look Fly (Yeah) I Look Good (Good) I Look Good (Good!) [x8] [Verse 1:] Hundred on a neck ware Fifty on a stop-watch Staring at the diamonds make ya bust it baby hop-scotch Over here to my spot Say she wanna party I do it big baby like my L.R.G. Show the Ed Hardy when I'm Feeling like a rock band Eighty-seven jeans and white-T when on the block man Jay's still rocking Forces still moving Chuck Taylor's killing Adidas still grooving Locs on my face But that's just the front Take em off and show the hazels when I wanna stunt Get'cha high like a blunt Rolling up the best Fruity Pebbles got a hands rolling up my chest With me you don't wanna mess mayne touch my (swag) Thousand dollar bandanna make ya throw the white (flag) Get it to the whip game Imma Have to Brag Paint grain woman that's white-banger make ya mad Mayne! [Hook:] On My Momma (Momma) On My Hood (Hood) I Look Fly (Yeah) I Look Good (Good) Touch My Swag (Swag) Wish You Could (Could) I Look Fly (Yeah) I Look Good (Good) I Look Good (Good!) [x8] [Verse 2:] Ballin' is a drug That I don't mind abusing Coogi on my body Jay walking in the fusions Hit the ATX get it poppin' in illusions Tell ya right now plexing catch contusions Cool as a fan Hot like a flame Boys throw a Haterade on me still ain't his thang Double shots rain Hand on patron Tryna act white it all depends what'cha own Shawty jocking my cologne Greed it'll make ya hurt Three hundred a bottle Thirty dollars for a squirt Got'cha sweating out'cha shirt You can get the biz Sumthin' on ya mind What it do, what it is Can't close your eye lids See the fid in the fiddy Yup, guilty I'm ballin' but I better get acquitted Gone in a minute Probably ain't though I put it in ya face bro, I stay throwed [Hook:] Oh My Momma (Momma) On My Hood (Hood) I Look Fly (Yeah) I Look Good (Good) Touch My Swag (Swag) Wish You Could (Could) I Look Fly (Yeah) I Look Good (Good) I Look Good (Good!) [x8] [Verse 3:] Shawty's in the club yeah See a lot of beep beep Gucci and Enyce and B.C.B.G Dolce & Gabbana oh I want em mama pardon me Rocking your republic Apple Bottom in that AR and B Slowly to some R&B Think we need some R&R Take me to the V.I.P. and drop me like a foreign car Poppin my purple label Ralph Lauren collar Look like money Smell like dollars Shawty look sexy Smell like Prada Christian Louboutins make ya hating hoes holla Pop a Grey Goose bottle And let's carry on Grip ya baby fat let Trojan man carry me home Thuggin' make ya momma moan Got a Blackberry phone Try'na catch me sliding in the house of dereon Ya make the band like Sean Combs Too fly to be shown C.H.A.L.I.E. I'm gone Mayne! [Hook:] Oh My Momma (Momma) On My Hood (Hood) I Look Fly (Yeah) I Look Good (Good) Touch My Swag (Swag) Wish You Could (Could) I Look Fly (Yeah) I Look Good (Good) I Look Good (Good!) [x8]
10 Nov 2011
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The clip carl confronts mr. thompson from You Me and Dupree (2006) Hello. Excuse me. Pardon me. Pardon me. You know, for the last 14 hours, all I've thought about is kicking your ass. Don't make me look for another candlestick, Carl. I've taken you down once. I could do it again. Not today, Bob. Not today. I'll go get Paco. Yeah. You go get Paco. You've done everything you can to undermine me. You've tried to intimidate me. You've tried to humiliate me. You bastardized my project to the point where it's unrecognizable. But here's the thing, Bob. I don't care. I don't care about this job, and I don't care about you. I care about Molly. She means everything in the world to me. And if you're going to stand in the way of me trying to win her back, you'd better bring a pretty big candlestick. Carl? Hey, Carl. You... Will you all excuse us? Can everybody go? You know, Carl, I've been thinking maybe I was a little rough on you. A little? But you got to understand, you know, I love Molly, too. And I've been having a really, really tough time letting go of her. You asked me to get a vasectomy.
10 Nov 2011
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The clip Umbridge's new announcement from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007) with Emma Watson, Rupert Grint Do you ever stop eating? What? I'm hungry. Harry. Can I join you? Pardon me, professor, but what exactly are you insinuating? I am merely requesting that when it comes to my students you conform to the prescribed disciplinary practices. So silly of me, but it sounds as if you're questioning my authority in my own classroom Minerva. Not at all, Dolores, merely your medieval methods. I am sorry, dear. But to question my practices is to question the Ministry and by extension, the minister himself. I am a tolerant woman but the one thing I will not stand for is disloyalty. Disloyalty. Things at Hogwarts are far worse than I feared. Cornelius will want to take immediate action.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip The hearing from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007) with Michael Gambon, Robert Hardy Disciplinary hearing of the 12th of August into offenses committed by Harry James Potter resident at Number 4 Privet Drive, Little Whinging, Surrey. Interrogators: Cornelius Oswald Fudge, Minister of Mag... Witness for the defense. Albus Percival Wulfric Brian Dumbledore. You got our message that the time and place of the hearing had been changed, did you? I must have missed it. But by a happy mistake, I arrived at the Ministry three hours early. The charges? The charges against the accused are as follows: "That he did knowingly and in full awareness of the illegality of his actions produce a Patronus Charm in the presence of a Muggle. " Do you deny producing said Patronus? No, but... And you were aware that you were forbidden to use magic outside school while under the age of 17? Yes, I was, but... Witches and wizards of the Wizengamot... I was only doing it because of the Dementors. Dementors? In Little Whinging? That's quite clever. Muggles can't see Dementors, can they, boy? Highly convenient. I'm not lying. There were two of them, and if I hadn't... Enough. I'm sorry to interrupt what I'm sure would have been a very well-rehearsed story but since you can produce no witnesses of the event... Pardon me, minister, but as it happens, we can.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip getting the cole case from Liar Liar (1997) with Jim Carrey, Jennifer Tilly Hmm. Well, this is good. This is really smart. Thank you. Only- Well, it's not true. Does that present a problem? Mrs. Cole, the only problem here... is that after you've provided years of faithful service and loving support, of raising his children- they are his? Huh? Oh. Yeah, yeah. One for sure. After all that, your husband wants to deny you... a fair share of the assets based on one act of indiscretion. Seven. Pardon me? Seven single acts of indiscretion. Seven acts of indiscretion, only one of which he has any evidence of... and all of which he himself is responsible for. He is? Mrs. Cole. You're the victim here. The wife of a cold, distant workaholic. Starved for affection, driven into the arms of another man! Seven. Yeah, whatever! You're not trying to deny him what is rightfully his. All you're insisting on is what is rightfully yours. Yeah. And maybe a... fraction more. I think you're bending over backwards. Yeah. I did offer to give him joint custody of the kids. He is, after all, a wonderful father. And how does he repay you? By dragging you through a painful litigation process! No, no, no, no! This can't happen! With all due respect, this isn't about you and Mr. Cole anymore. This is about all women. Where would Tina Turner be right now if she'd rolled over and said, "Hit me again, Ike, and put some stank on it?" Rollin' on the river, that's where she'd be. But she's beyond Thunderdome, because she decided to send a message. Wake up, sisters! There's no-o-o-o-o-o... such thing as a weaker sex!
11 Nov 2011
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The clip children in napoly from To Hell and Back (1955) There will be trucks leaving this corner for camp tomorrow morning at 6:00. If we're not here, don't wait for us, Mac. We've got ground to cover. I sure wish I could do the town with you, but I promised my mother I'd look up her family. You really got relatives here? Sure. You don't think I'd give my extra G.I. Shoes to anybody else, do you? These are worth their weight in gold. Take it easy. I'll see you in the morning. Good luck, Val. All right, let's move out. Oh, pardon me! Sergeant Murphy, CorporalJohnson. I can see Valentino now. Big family reunion. Valentino kicks open the door, tosses in the grenade... and then counts ten before he enters the old homestead. By George, he do that! That only way he know how go in house anymore! It should be right down the end of this street and around the corner. Hey, Joe, no papa, no mama. Hey, Joe, you want a fried egg? You want a beef steak? No, thank you. Hey, you got a cigarette? You give me one cigarette? You're too young to smoke. For my papa. One cigarette for my papa. Hey, "no papa. " Remember? No cigarette? No cigarette. How about this? How about you? You want a chocolate? No grazia.
11 Nov 2011
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The clip Paul Returns To His School Part 2 from All Quiet on the Western Front (1930) with Arnold Lucy, Lew Ayres No. No, Paul. I've been there! I know what it's like. That's not what one dwells on, Paul. I heard you in here reciting that same old stuff, making more iron men, more young heroes. You still think it's beautiful and sweet to die for your country, don't you? We used to think you knew. The first bombardment taught us better. It's dirty and painful to die for your country. When it comes to dying for your country, it's better not to die at all! There are millions out there dying for their countries, and what good is it? You asked me to tell them how much they're needed out there. He tells you, "Go out and die." Oh, but if you'll pardon me, it's easier to say "Go out and die" than it is to do it. Coward! And it's easier to say it than to watch it happen. No! No! Boys, boys! I'm sorry, Baumer, but I must say--
11 Nov 2011
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The clip Investigating at the Troll Market from Hellboy II: The Golden Army (2008) with Doug Jones, Ron Perlman The Royal Seal. Brother Red. Red, do you read me? Yeah, I read you, Blue, but I'm watching Sherlock at work. I'll get back to you. Excuse me, sir. Sir, excuse... Pardon me. Sir, may I ask a... I gotta tell the boys that one. Excuse me, gentlemen. Have you seen anyone purchasing this type of Tooth Fairy? No one sells them down here, pal. Over in Jersey, maybe. Well, what about this, then? Do you recognize this seal? Make him go away. Make him go away. No. We don't. Please, dear sir. You'd better go. Now! We'll make it worth your while. Don't waste your time. We will not talk! What are you doing? You're absolutely sure about that, huh? Absolutely. You won't talk, eh? Never. Never, huh? Never ever, ever. Feeling a little chattier now? We'll never talk. Yes, yes. We will, only don't hit me anymore.
11 Nov 2011
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