The clip thinking of the future from Going All the Way (1997) with Ben Affleck, Jeremy Davies
Am I serious about Marty?
I don't know.
What does that mean?
I like to fuck her,
and I like to talk to her.
Pretty rare combination.
She's going to New York too.
That about clinches it for me.
It's Columbia and the G.I. bill now,
So, you're really leaving, huh?
I mean, why not, you know?
Getting it from both sides here.
Marty's mother is all over her...
For seeing Asheiguhtz.
And Nina won't quit with her Jewish remarks.
Such a load of shit.
whatever happened with that ad agency offer...
you had in Chicago?
I didn't tell you?
I flunked the personality test.
You're shitting me.
How'd that happen?
Well, they send you this test in the mail, right?
And in one part of it...
you're supposed to draw a picture of yourself.
So, I drew a picture of me, you know, casual,
drink in one hand, other hand in the pocket.
The psychiatrist who graded the test said...
it showed a tendency toward alcoholism and masturbation.
You believe that shit?
I guess I'll never make it...
in the ad world, either.
I'm heading to New York.
All you got to do is get the G.I. bill.
Why don't you come with me?
The clip blaming-the-teachers-part-2 from Lean on Me (1989) with Beverly Todd, Michael P. Moran. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. The failure is yours. That's right, yours. How many hours do you spend preparing your lesson plans? How often do you stay after school to give those children- the ones you know need it- the extra help that they require? Keep your hands up. Now you're getting a hint of the hopelessness and shame that makes those failing students throw up their hands at the thought of facing a world for which you have not prepared them. You're getting an inkling of the despair they feel when left to the mercy of the streets. Keep your hands up high. Look around at yourselves. Turn and look at yourselves! Because you are failing to educate them, this is the posture our students will wind up in, only they'll be staring down the barrel of a gun!
The clip imitating-mr-clark from Lean on Me (1989) with Jermaine Hopkins, Morgan Freeman. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. all right, you guys, forget it. All right, i got one. Who's this? People, move to the right of the halls. Move expeditiously. Francesca, come over here. How are you? Fine, mr. Clark. How's your sister? She broke her leg. That's good. You have any problem, come to my office. Here's the key. Ooh, that ain't the key. Sams, sams. Where's sams? Anybody see sams? Pull your pants up, son. Clarence, come here. Get your hormones under control, boy. Let me feel your butt. Joe: Clarence. What do you think you're doing? I was just... i was just, um... francesca, come here. What is he doing? Can he do me? Does he have the juice? No way, mr. Clark. Clarence, report to my office. Mr. Clark, i was just fooling around. Got you. How do you learn the alphabet ? be on time come on, sams! You can do it. ...he's on time j-o-e c-l-a... don't give up! Fall in together, going "how do you like the weather?" Going "how do you learn the alphabet?" Be on time school bell ring at a quarter to 9:00 that's it, sams! Stay with it, boy! ...be on time "how do you learn the alphabet?" be on time how do you spell eastside , eastside high? How do you spell joe clark? He's on time j-o-e c-l... holy cow! I'm out of here. Clark can't even get them past that test.