the best line in the movie


I just love it when Cherri Griffiths is harrasing Bo Hopkins, really trying to get a rise out of him, and Hopkins calmly in his dead pan style and southern drawl looks her square in the eye and says: "You know what I think? I think you need a good *beep*

Absolutely floored me! It was so unexpected!

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I thought the best line was when Wings Hauser as the entertainment attorney needed to rent a car. After being told to take someone with him to see the town's junkyard dealer Frank he says "If I can handle Twisted Sister, I can handle Frank!"

I just thought they did a greast job with the dialouge, making fun of this pompous guy trying to sound hardcore.

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No, I don't work there and this is not a paid plug. As a lover of movies, good and bad, I rent 5 or more a week from them. I highly recommend it to anyone in Houston. This place is what a video store used to be and ought to still be!

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Thanks for commenting on my comment. I agree fully with you that the more "off-beat" titles are often the better movies.

I also think that George Kennedy was great in this. He is a terrific but under-rated actor. He really livens-up this picture and all the others he has been in.

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I also think that George Kennedy was great in this. He is a terrific but under-rated actor. He really livens-up this picture and all the others he has been in.

Absolutely agree. Regardless of the quality of the script, he always adds a lot of "watchability" to any movie he's in.

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Frank: what the hell happened to this town?
Reilly: highway missed it.

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best line was when the movie said "The End."

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best line was when the movie said "The End."


I'm afraid that wasn't a line in the movie.

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Ken: What the hell happened to this town?
Reilly: Freeway missed it.
Ken: No, i mean all the loony tunes.
Reilly: Boredom.


LOL

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