Sterling Silver Dialogue #21
Sterling Silver Dialogue From The Movies:
Do you know where they're from? Answers coming soon.
(realising the pianist has composed the music he is playing) "You made that up?"
(reply) "You must be brilliant."
(response) "Oh, dazzling. People have to wear sunglasses."
“You have a point. An idiotic one, but a point.”
“Don’t wipe it away, Nat. Let me have my little vicious circle. You know, the circle is the perfect geometric figure: No end, no beginning."
"The only question I ever ask any woman is 'What time is your husband coming home?'"
"You ever been married?"
(response) "Not so you'd notice."
(response) "Yes, sir. In my case an accident of birth. But you, you're a self-made man."
"You know, Jill, you remind me of my mother. She was the biggest whore in Alameda and the finest woman that ever lived. Whoever my father was, for an hour or for a month, he must have been a happy man."
"Tell me, was it necessary that you kill all of them? I only told you to scare them."
(response) "People scare better when they're dying."
"This country is crawling with Indians, and you're going fishing."
(response) "There are lots of ways to die. Starving to death isn't my favourite."
(about to be killed) “Don’t you want to hear my last words?”
(response) “I just did.”
“What’s your name or what do they call ya?”
(response) “My name’s Maxine and they call me Maxine. What are ya, a dick?”
(reply) “What are you scared? My name’s Hammer and they call me Hammer.”
(response) “And just as subtle.”
"Is there too much of a draft? Should I roll up the window?"
(response) "Just roll up your mouth, you talk too much. If I had known how much you talk I'd never have come out of my coma."
"You make me sick to my stomach."
(response) "Well use your own sink."
"Leo's got the right idea. I like him, he's honest and he's got a heart."
(response) "Then it's true what they say. Opposites attract."
"I've been hoping to run into you."
(response) "What for? To recover the knife you stuck in my back?"
“There’ll always be a bottle of champagne burning in the window.”