Bajrangi bhaijaan

Bajrangi bhaijaan,simply tugs heartstrings. Surprisingly, not many of my indian and pakistani friend have or keen to watch it. Not really keen to ask why. Continue reading “Bajrangi bhaijaan”

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My Picks Dialogue: The Lake House

Simon Wyler: Where’s your brother?

Alex: I sent him away. He wasn’t feeling well. You know how he is, he worries.

Simon Wyler: Yeah, I know. He gets that from your mother, I’m afraid. She always worried too much.

Alex: What are you looking at?
[looking at architectural plans] Continue reading “My Picks Dialogue: The Lake House”

My pick Quotes: Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)

Marriage Counselor: On a scale of one to ten, how would you rate the happiness of your marriage?
Jane Smith: 8.
John Smith: Wait. Could you clarify? Is 10 the highest? 10 being perfectly happy and 1 being totally miserable or…
Marriage Counselor: Just respond instinctively.
John Smith: Ok. Ready?
Jane Smith, John Smith: 8.

Jane Smith: There’s this huge space between us, and it just keeps filling up with everything that we *don’t* say to each other. What’s that called?
Marriage Counselor: Marriage.

John Smith: [during a car chase] I never told you, but I was married once before.
Jane Smith: [slams on the brakes]
John Smith: What’s wrong with you?
Jane Smith: [hitting John] You’re what’s wrong with me John.
John Smith: It was just a drunken Vegas thing.
Jane Smith: Oh, that’s better. That’s *much* better.
[pause]
Jane Smith: What’s her name and social security number?
John Smith: No, you’re not gonna kill her.