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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #13

Hrm...
"I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use." - Galileo Galilei

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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #14

Is Dragha the only one who has seen this movie?

*quits movie quoting before I get any more odd stares*
*goes back to crocheting*
Definitely one of those days.
'Whenever I feel blue, I remind myself to breathe again.'

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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #15

"I had to move my lunch with the Pope, but he was cool with that. He owes me. I helped him pick the hat!"


I had to join in on the fun.
Its funny how something that takes multiple days to set up comes down in a few hours...

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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #16

"So, I married an Axe Murderer" is in my top 2 movies of all time. I used watch it every night (on laserdisc) as I fell asleep.
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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #17

Also one of my favorites.

My favorite line was "So Charlie tells me your a butcher -- do you link your own sausages?". I don't know why that was my favorite, maybe because it is such a non sequitur.

btw, here is a link to the shooting script -- some funny stuff got left on the cutting room floor.

www.weeklyscript.com/So%20I%20Married%20An%20Axe%20Murderer.txt

Also, it looks like some lines were ad libbed "a piper is down!" isn't in the script.

- Doug

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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #18

My eldest brother and I use to put it on about 9 pm, and watch the first 45 minutes of the movie and quote along with it. Cause well thats where all the best quotables are.

"We have a piper down! We have a piper down! Don't worry he's just drunk."

'Rose, Jail Bird, No longer full of rage, now locked up in her cage, Sweet Bird, OOhhhRaah."

"Woman, Woe-Man, Woah-Man,
She was a thief, you gotta believe, she stole my heart and my cat!"

"I'm telling you, she smelled exactly like campbell's beef vegetable soup!"

"Um, excuse Miss. I believe there's been a mistake I ordered the large cappuchino. HELLO, would you look at the size of this thing! Its like campbell's Cup-O-Chino. Please, A-die-moi."

"Come Nadia, we shall dance like children of the night! "

"Brutal is a very subjective word, what may be brutal to one person may be totally reasonable to another."

*sighs* Ahh, good times, good times. How is that everyone has seen Mike Myer's Austin power movies but not so I married an axe murderer?????? Criminal I tell you, criminal.
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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #19

Wow...I saw this movie about 10 times in the movie theatre (I was the Manager at the time), and rocked. Most of the time, I was alone...as no one else saw it. It is my firm believe that the "Pentaverant" is behind the poor marketing for this moive!

BTW, as with the Holy Grail, leave the movie near the end. Once Charles Grodin exits...you should too.
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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #20

It is my firm believe that the "Pentaverant" is behind the poor marketing for this moive!


Well, its a well known fact sonny jim!

Oohhh I always hated the colonel, him and he's wee beady eyes and that smug look on his face, 'Ooohhh you gonna buy my chickens!'.
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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #21

I've seen it several times, and was sitting here laughing at every post. I just can't quote it off the top of my head like I can several other movies.

And unfortunately, most of the quotes I know for Jay & Silent Bob can't be posted in a public forum. Most of Jay's wrap is ok, except for the first verse, I'll have to do it in stealth mode.

$*@#, $*@#, $*@#,
m0th@r, m0th@r, $*@#,
m0th@r, m0th@r, $*@#, $*@#,
m0th@r $*@#, m0th@r $*@#,
nounch, nounch, nounch


1, 2, 1 2 3 4

Nounch, nounch, nounch
Smokin' weed, smokin' weed
Doin' coke, drinkin' beers
Drinkin' beers, beers, beers

Rollin' fatties, smokin' blunts
Who smokes the blunts?
We smoke the blunts
Roll those blunts....

"Give me a nickel bag"

Fifteen bucks, little man
Put that %*$* in my hand
If that money you can't pay
Then you'll owe me owe me owe

Oh ee oh ee oh
Jungle love
Oh ee oh ee oh

*slinks off before people start throwing things*
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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #22

Jay and Silent Bob, best duo sence... will I'm not sure.
Its funny how something that takes multiple days to set up comes down in a few hours...

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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #23

Rent "an Evening with Kevin Smith" if you haven't already done so. Very Entertaining! You quickly realize Jason Mewes is actually an incredible actor!
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An open apology. . . 16 years 4 months ago #24

Who is Jason Mewes?
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