Category "dialogue"

Are any of the questions in Michael's test valid reasons for being sent to the Bad Place?

In Season 1, Episode 8 of The Good Place, Michael asks Eleanor a bunch of questions to see if she is worthy of being in the Good Place, with the implication tha

How long is a movie? [closed]

Is there a length of time in which a movie is not a movie? Is there point where the movie is to long to be a movie? I am looking for some kind

Why does Andrew Borba say "pork and beans"?

When Andrew Borba shows up in the episode "Never Kill a Boy on the First Date" (S01E05) of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, he starts ranting about "pork and beans". I

"Me say war", Luke Cage season 2, is this just "Movie language"?

I just paused Luke Cage season 2, at 32:33 into episode 6. Without spoiling the content, 2 Jamaican men were talking and in response to a prompt, one of them s

Was the "Monkey-fighting snakes on this Monday through Friday plane" dub edit Samuel L. Jackson's idea?

The 2006 film Snakes on a Plane had a version edited for US television that censored profanity, often with hilarious replacements. The most famous is Samuel L.

What did Larry David say to Cheryl when they met in a fundraiser in Curb Your Enthusiasm

I recall a scene where Larry David meets Cheryl in a Fundraiser (Season 9 Episode 1) after their breakup or divorce and the fundraiser is called People Against

What is the significance of the ending line of Brokeback Mountain?

The last words in Ang Lee's movie Brokeback Mountain (2005) are: Jack, I swear... said by the protagonist, Ennis del Mar. What is he going to swear?

Why do the dialogs have such a cold tone in "The Killing of a Sacred Deer"?

In The Killing of a Sacred Deer (2017) all the dialogs have a very cold, formal, calculated tone. The way the family members talk to each other, the formal plea

What does Groot say to Captain America?

When Thor introduced Groot to Captain America, the reply from Groot was "I am Groot" .. what is he saying in his language here?

Why do some characters say 'Shhh' to their victims while murdering them?

I'm not sure if this is the right forum, but I did see this trope on TV. Here are three examples: Family Guy: Peter killing Yogi Bear:

What does Billy mean by saying Broke-dick dog?

In the movie Predator (1987), CIA agent Dillon supervises Dutch & the team as they attempt to rescue the hostages held by insurgents. The team discovers

Do the Peaky Blinders speak Shelta or Romani to the Lees?

I'm aware that the actors playing the Peaky Blinders speak badly translated Romanian, but my question is what language they are meant to be speaking. Are they a

Why did Pete apologize to Tony Stark?

In Avenger's: Infinity War just before getting erased Peter apologizes to Tony Stark. I don't wanna go. I don't wanna go. Mr. Stark, please... Please. I don't

What language does the vicar speak in the church in Mr Bean S1 E1?

What language is it? Sounds like gibberish with British accent, but a few words seem to be Latin or even French.

Can someone explain the "lid" metaphor used in The West Wing?

In The West Wing, characters use the expression "full lid" to mean that there's no more news for the day: That's a full lid, folks. That much is obvious f

What did Ferrari ask in Italian from "Luigi" & "Guido"?

In Cars (2006), at the end of the movie some Ferrari arrive at Luigi's tire shop, then the Ferrari ask something from Luigi in Italian. then Luigi fainted, the

What is the Hungarian name for "prodding us to fight among ourselves until one faction prevails?"

There's a scene in The Arrival where some important muckity-muck has the following exchange with Louise (Amy Adams): Guy: We have to consider the idea that our

What did this bit of dialogue mean in the movie The Sweet Hereafter?

In The Sweet Hereafter (1997), what did the following dialogue (at around the 47 min mark) mean? Nicole Burnell: I really liked her. Billy Ansell: Well, she re

Why did Kate say to Kevin "Maybe it'll happen"?

I've never understood why in "Home Alone" after Kevin says to his Mother (Kate) I wouldn't be sad if I woke up tomorrow morning and didn't have a Family, Kate s

Moldavian translation from Dracula spoof

In Mel Brook’s Dracula: Dead and Loving It, there are some lines spoken in Moldavian (Romanian) during the dialogue between Van Helsing and Count Dracula