Friday Flicks

Every Friday Kelli has a game on her site called Friday Flicks. She puts up ten movie quotes and you guess what movie they are from, who said them and the theme of the quotes. I try to play every week.

Rules of the Game!

  • I will post the week’s game every Friday morning. You will have the rest of Friday to guess. Sometime Saturday I will post answers and tally points.
  • You get one comments worth of guesses, so make it good. You can guess at one or all of the quotes. Just don’t keep coming back and adding more comments.
  • In order to get the points, you need to name the movie and the speaker. It can be the actor’s name or the character’s name.
  • Only the first correct answer gets points. But go ahead and throw it out there if you think you know. Sometimes the other guy is wrong. :) You could still win.
  • Please be honest in your guesses. Don’t go google it. Anybody could do that. Do you really want to be that guy?
  • As for group guesses… no fun if you get the whole team together and knock out every single answer. Just get your friends to play too. I’ll give you an extra point if your friends come and guess and say you sent them.

For the past two months the game has been travelling. This Friday it is my week. Please don’t cheat, make me look good over here. Also go tell Kelli hi and that I sent you because then I get extra points.

See what you can do with these (and try to comment before Gabe because he has probably seen all of these movies a billion times)

1) That guy is tense. Tension is a killer. I used to be in a barbershop quartet in Skokie, Illinois. The baritone was this guy named Kip Diskin, big fat guy, I mean, like, orca fat.That guy is tense. Tension is a killer. I used to be in a barbershop quartet in Skokie, Illinois. The baritone was this guy named Kip Diskin, big fat guy, I mean, like, orca fat.

2) We grow copious amounts of ganja here, and you’re carrying a wasted girl and a bag of fertilizer. You don’t look like your average horti-fucking-culturalist.

3) See, when a nuclear weapon detonates it unleashes an electromagnetic pulse which shuts down any power source within its blast radius. Now that tends not to matter in most cases because a nuclear weapon usually destroys everything you might need power for anyway. A pinch creates a similar electromagnetic pulse, but without the fuss of mass destruction and death. So instead of Hiroshima, you’d be getting the seventeenth century.

4) Is this the superintendent?… Yes, sir, I would like you to know that you have a whore living in 2R. Rossi, Janice Rossi… He’s MY husband. Get your own goddamn man.

5) Let me tell you what “Like a Virgin” is about. It’s all about a girl who digs a guy with a big dick. The entire song. It’s a metaphor for big dicks.

6) It had been a wonderful evening and what I needed now, to give it the perfect ending, was a little of the Ludwig Van.

7) Say Lou, didya hear the one about the guy who couldn’t afford personalized plates so he went and changed his name to J3L2404?

8) They all have husbands and wives and children and houses and dogs, and, you know, they’ve all made themselves a part of something and they can talk about what they do. What am I gonna say? “I killed the president of Paraguay with a fork. How’ve you been?”

9) They say the fucking smog is the fucking reason you have such beautiful fucking sunsets.

10) Now, dicks have drive and clarity of vision, but they are not clever. They smell pussy and they want a piece of the action. And you thought you smelled some good old pussy, and have brought your two small mincey faggot balls along for a good old time. But you’ve got your parties mangled up. There’s no pussy here, just a dose that’ll make you wish you were born a woman. Like a prick, you are having second thoughts. You are shrinking, and your two little balls are shrinking with you. And the fact that you’ve got “Replica” written down the side of your gun and the fact that I’ve got “Desert Eagle point five O”
written down the side of mine should precipitate your balls into shrinking, along with your presence. Now… Fuck off!


Good luck everyone!

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  1. 1. The Usual Suspects
    2. Lock Stock & 2 Smoking Barrels
    4. Goodfellas
    5. Resevoir Dogs
    8. Grosse Pointe Blank
    9. Get Shorty

    No idea on 3, 6, 7, and 10. We’ve got similar taste in movies.

  2. 1. The Usual Suspects
    2. Lock, Stock, And 2 Smoking Barrels
    4. Goodfellas
    5. Resevoir Dogs
    8. Grosse Pointe Blank
    9. Get Shorty

  3. #4 is from Goodfellas

    #5 is from Reservoir Dogs

    I know, lame, right? Yeah, oh well, at least I knew a couple.

  4. Oh and #4 is said by Larraine Bracco, Henry Hill’s wife.

    #5 is Harvey Keitel or Mr. um … Mr. White, I think his character’s name is.

  5. 8 is Grosse Pointe Blank. I love me some John Cusack

  6. #1 is from The Usual Suspects–Kevin Spacey (as Verbal Kint)
    #5 is in fact from Reservoir Dogs, but I believe it’s spoken by Quentin Tarantino’s character (did he even get a color?)
    #3 is from Ocean’s Eleven (Don Cheadle)
    I know I’ve seen #7, but I can’t think of it

  7. #1 is from The Usual Suspects (Kevin Spacey/Verbal Kint)
    #3 is from Ocean’s 11 (Don Cheadle)
    #5 is indeed from Reservoir Dogs, I believe, but is spoken by Quentin Tarantino (did he even get a color name?)
    I know that I’ve seen #7, but can’t come up with it.

    The rest are a mystery to me.

  8. #3 is Don Cheadle in Oceans Eleven

    #7 is Francis McDormand in Fargo

    I really want #1 to be John Candy in Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, but I don’t think that’s right.

  9. 6. A Clockwork Orange

    Movies about killers?

  10. 4. goodfellas

    5. clockwork orange

  11. wait i just read the rules – sorry.

    4. goodfellas – the wife says it

    6. (sorry typo on the first comment) clockwork orange – spoken by malcolm mcdowell’s character.

    yes i suck!

  12. 1. Verbal Kint, Usual Suspects
    2. Winston(?), Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
    3. Basher, Ocean’s 11
    4. Karen Hill, Goodfellas
    5. Mr. Brown (Quentin Tarrantino), Reservoir Dogs
    6. Alex, A Clockwork Orange
    7. Marge, Fargo
    8. Martin Blank, Grosse Point Blank
    10. Bullet Tooth Tony, Snatch

    Crime Movies?

    Yes, I love Guy Richie movies

  13. Can I win something for not knowing any of them? Please. You know how my memory is when it comes to movies. I’m pathetic!

  14. the only one i know is grosse point blank, #8. john cusack’s character.

    is the theme crime movies?

  15. Well, I guess I’m here for my showing up point…

    But I will guess at the theme: movies with weed in them?

    Thanks for hosting!

  16. I guess my dislike of violent movies has come back to bite me, finally. :) (In case anyone was wondering, it’s not a moral objection, I’m just a pansy.) Thanks for hosting though!

  17. Wow, I forget how many people read your blog. Lots of comments already!
    The only one I knew was #8 and it’s been guessed. Oh well.

  18. Bad guys get the best lines.

  19. In any such contest, when you play against Mr. Big Dubya, ya lose.

    Here’s what I knew without having to resort to google”
    1. Usual Suspects- Kevin Spacey
    3. Oceans 11- Porn Cowboy/ Hotel Rwanda Guy
    6. Clockwork Orange- Malcolm McSomethingorother
    8. Grosee Pointe Blank, Martin Blank
    9. Get Shorty.

  20. It’s all about gangstas? Criminals, heists. Groups of guys pulling off some big crime together.

    Where is The Italian Job? 😎

  21. Just stopping by if you get extra points for people who attend the party.

  22. These quotes are all from Focus on the Family’s Favorite Flicks.

    I hope this counts towards your points, but I am really bad at math, so don’t tell me the number of points, just that it did the job for you.

  23. Huh. I didn’t even realize that most of my favorite movie quotes have horribly filthy language in them.

    Go figure.

  24. All of those lines are from the same movie: Kramer vs Kramer. They are all said by Kramer or Kramer. The theme of the contest is Seinfeld.

    Gimme my prize.

  25. Where’s Beau? Why isn’t he playing? He’d be good at this.

  26. Ooh, i was all excited about this, thinking i would be good at it. I suck. I knew none of them. C’mon, where is the list with the girly movies?


  27. So am I allowed to take everyone else’s guesses and be the first to put them all together?

    Probably not, huh.

  28. 1. The Usual Suspects – Kevin Spacey

    That’s it. I’m here for my showing up point. :)

  29. 1: The Ususal Suspects- Verbal
    3: Ocean’s 11- Basher
    5: Resevoir Dogs- Brown
    6: A Clockwork Orange- Alex
    8: Grosse Pointe Blank- Martin
    10: Snatch- The really awesome guy who was also in Gone in 60 Seconds

    I’ve seen Goodfellas, but only once and it didn’t click. Same with Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Fargo.

    Never saw Get Shorty. Not a Travolta fan. I love Elmore Leonard, but his books don’t tend to transfer well to movies.

  30. I obviously did my blog reading way too late in the day as I knew almost all of these. But I’m a fan of movies with really bad language so that probably explains it.
    Now I’m off to make 4 dozen cupcakes for the GD twins club halloween party……..

  31. Crap, I am totally late.
    1.Kevins Spacey in the Usual Suspects – what an excellent movie.
    3. Ocean’s Eleven – Don Cheetle (sp?)
    6. A Clockwork Orange – the main guy

    Is the theme like gang movies or something? I mean they’re all groups of guys…that do BAD things.

  32. #1 The Usual Suspects (Kevin Spacey’s character)
    #3 Basher, Ocean’s Eleven (LOVE Don Cheadle!)
    #4 Goodfellas (Lorraine Bracco’s character)
    #8 Grosse Pointe Blank, (John Cusak’s character)

    And the rest I have seen, I’m sure, but I’m drawing a blank, and I don’t wanna be one of “those” who googles, so….. :)

    Have a great weekend!


  33. The only one I know for sure is #3 which is Oceans Eleven and Basher (Don Cheadle). IO know it’s already been guessed, but I did kow it, I promise. 😉 A few of the others I could guess, but I’m pretty sure I’d be worng.

  34. :( Darn it, I didn’t get here in time! And I knew lots of ’em! *pout*

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  1. […] Here are the answers from my Friday Flicks last week.Since I am really bad at math, Kelli has calculated the results from last weeks Friday Flicks. If you want to play again this week, she will have them posted over at her site some time today. She does want to warn you: “Tell everybody if they want to come play it’s back at my site tomorrow. Movies are more likely to involve talking animals, musicals, or other chick stuff rather than crime. I’m a wuss like that. (hopefully that will work out well for Jenna at least)”. […]