Classic Movie Words

Next to the classic Patton speech, this one is legendary:

“You broke your arm once before, remember? You fell out of our treehouse. Kenneth picked you up. And we carried you twelve blocks to the hospital. We were all friends then, remember? And now you want to end his life because he’s talking to Patty on your side of the cafeteria. Oh man, it’s stupid. I know, cause that’s where I wanted to be — on your side with your crowd, but I messed up. See, I tried to buy my way in. But Kenneth — he’s not trying to buy anybody. He’s trying to make friends, being himself. Cools, nerds, your side, my side…man it’s all bull. It’s just tough enough being yourself.”

3 comments on “Classic Movie Words

  1. Kathleen - June 7, 2008 at 6:13 pm -

    and there’s some groundbreaking choreography to be noted as well.

  2. jerry - June 9, 2008 at 6:30 am -

    Classic. Dempsey before he was Dempsey. Nice random pick, Paul and don’t forget Kenneth’s equally classic one liner:”You sh-t my house, man, you sh-t my house!”

  3. ginger - June 9, 2008 at 10:41 am -

    He went from TOTALLY geek, to TOTALLY chic!!

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