“It’s not what you say, it’s the way you say it!” If I had a shiny new pound coin for every time I’d heard that, I’d be a rich, rich man. Trouble is, it’s not exactly accurate is it? Great dialogue transcends both the performance and the film from whence it came and has the ability to infiltrate popular culture and consciousness.
From the endlessly quotable to the words you wish you’d said yourself, every Friday will feature an iconic iteration. So in the words of Reservoir Dogs’ Joe Cabot…”Let’s go to work…”
During a late night drinking sesh, a wise man once said “Never mix grape and grain.” I wish I’d listened to him. Anyways, this isn’t about sage advice, this is about film quotes, dammit. I give you School of Rock in 1 and 2 and 3 and 4…
Dewey: Ok, here’s the deal. I have a hangover. Who knows what that means?
Frankie: Doesn’t that mean you’re drunk?
Dewey: No. It means I was drunk yesterday.
Freddy: It means you’re an alcoholic.
Freddy: You wouldn’t come to work with a hangover unless you were an alcoholic. Dude, you got a disease!
Dewey: Hmm… hmm… What’s your name?
Freddy: Freddy Jones.
Dewey: Ok, Freddy Jones, shut up!
Which quotes reverberate in your head like a red wine headache? Let us know in the comments below.