The clip william's life in notting hill from Notting Hill (1999) with Hugh Grant, Rhys Ifans
Of course, I've seen her films and always thought she was, well, fabulous.
But, you know, a million, million miles from the world I live in.
Which is here, Notting Hill.
My favorite bit of London.
There's the market on weekdays
selling every fruit and vegetable known to man.
Rock hard bananas, five for a pound!
The tattoo parlor with a guy outside
who got drunk and now can't remember why he chose "I love Ken. "
The radical hairdressers, where everyone comes out looking like
the Cookie Monster, whether they want to or not.
And then, suddenly, it's the weekend
and from break of day hundreds of stalls appear out of nowhere
filling Portobello Road, right up to Notting Hill Gate.
And wherever you look thousands of people are buying millions of antiques,
some genuine, and some not quite so genuine.
And what's great is that lots of friends have ended up in this part of London.
That's Tony, for example, architect turned chef
who recently invested all the money he ever earned in a new restaurant.
And so, this is where I spend my days and years,
in this small village in the middle of the city,
in a house with a blue door that my wife and I bought together
before she left me for a man who looked exactly like Harrison Ford.
And where I now lead a strange half-life with a lodger called...
You couldn't help me with an incredibly important decision, could you?
Is this important in comparison to, let's say,
whether they should cancel Third World debt?
That's right. I'm at last going out on a date with the great Janine
and I just wanna be sure I've picked the right T-shirt.
What are the choices? Well, wait for it.
First there's this one. Cool, huh?
Yeah, it might make it hard to strike a really romantic note.
Point taken. Don't despair.
The clip fireworks from The Wild Bunch (1969) with Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. He's still heading east. Are they bluffing, or did they really miss it? I'd say they missed it. Here, take a look. There's only five left. - Hell, we lost them. - I don't see how we lost them. Unless it was in the big valley where the ground was hard. Wasn't but one way they could take a wagon out of there, and this here is it. They didn't take it out. And we haven't lost them. I could point to them right now. Sit still, damn it! You think Pike and old Sykes haven't been watching us? They know what this is all about. And what do I have? Nothing but you egg-sucking, chicken-stealing gutter trash... with not even 60 rounds between you. We're after men. And I wish to God I was with them. The next time you make a mistake, I'm gonna ride off and let you die. Come on. I never figured they'd come down here after us. How much you reckon we could be worth? Depends on how hungry they are. You better stay here and look out for big hats. I'll go down and start rigging the fireworks. All right. Angel... get that case of explosives off the back there! Lyle... hand me down those blasting caps.
The clip making-the-trade from The Wild Bunch (1969) with William Holden, Emilio Fernández. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. You bring the guns? Don't worry, we've got them. Hidden. When I get my share of the gold, $2,500 worth... I'll tell you where four cases are. The others are waiting for me back at the wagon. If I don't show up pretty quick, they'll blow it. You fix it goddamn good, no? You fooled me. Our accountant will pay you immediately. When do we get our guns? The quicker I get back, the quicker you get the next load. Open it up. Up the arroyo, about two miles... you'll find three cases of rifles... and one case of ammunition hidden in the bush behind them. I understand you have a machine gun. Our contract called for 16 cases of rifles... and ammunition for $10,000. Not a machine gun. That's our present to the General. Gringo, you fight with Mapache...