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    Monologue delivered by replicant Roy Batty, end of Blade Runner - awesome

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    From the film 'As Good As It Gets' Loads of fantastic lines from Jack Nicholson as the obnoxious author Melvin Udall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by legb4rsk View Post
    From the film 'As Good As It Gets' Loads of fantastic lines from Jack Nicholson as the obnoxious author Melvin Udall.

    Jackie: How do you write women so well?
    Melvin Udall: I think of a man and I take away any reason and accountability.
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    I agree with Vinyl that the monologue delivered by Roy Batty at the end of Bladerunner is incredibly moving. He originally ad libbed that scene. The sentiment as a life ends and we try to make some sense of it, rings true with us all.

    I have many films and comedy shows. I must have heard some great lines but cant remember many offhand Tarrantino is pretty good with dialogue

    Its often just a quip or couple of words. They say a picture paints a thousand words but the right words cut very deep indeed.

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