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» Darn you, OGIC from Lance Mannion
Our Girl in Chicago is assembling her master list of movie one-liners---not one-liners in the sense of jokes, but single lines that evoke the whole movie, which could be one-liners in the usual sense. [Read More]

» Darn you, OGIC from Lance Mannion
Our Girl in Chicago is assembling her master list of movie one-liners---not one-liners in the sense of jokes, but single lines that evoke the whole movie, which could be one-liners in the usual sense. [Read More]

» Darn you, OGIC from Lance Mannion
Our Girl in Chicago is assembling her master list of movie one-liners---not one-liners in the sense of jokes, but single lines that evoke the whole movie, which could be one-liners in the usual sense. [Read More]

» Darn you, OGIC from Lance Mannion
Our Girl in Chicago is assembling her master list of movie one-liners---not one-liners in the sense of jokes, but single lines that evoke the whole movie, which could be one-liners in the usual sense. [Read More]

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I've caught, via Mansfield Fox, my first internet meme. The question is, "What movie character do you identify with the most?" Off the top of my head, I'd have to say Police Officer Jim Kurring from the movie Magnolia. Something about his charecter ... [Read More]

» Darn you, OGIC from Lance Mannion
Our Girl in Chicago is assembling her master list of movie one-liners---not one-liners in the sense of jokes, but single lines that evoke the whole movie, which could be one-liners in the usual sense. [Read More]

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