OK everyone, we will try another fun little game similar to ones that have been posted previously. This one is exactly what it says. Simply put a quote from a movie, book, or something of some notoriety so it isn't impossible to guess. We will keep a "running scoreboard" of the leaders for fun. We will start out with an easy one.
"Cinderella story. Outta nowhere. A former greenskeeper, now, about to become the Masters champion. It looks like a mirac... It's in the hole! It's in the hole! It's in the hole!"
Beverly Hills Cop?
I LOVE THAT MOVIE!!!!!!
OK, looks like the next one is us up to me:
Do you know the mathematical expression for longing? Negative numbers.
....no clue on this one.....
As my wife pointed out, it's a nice geek quote, but not necessarily a "geek movie." Maybe some reflection on what makes a fair movie... Not sure if you want a hint or a new quote on this one. The hint would be, "You know what makes me happy? Snow. Snow and ice . . . and numbers."
And I assume the standard quote rules apply here? No Google, No Bing (haha)...
I'm in, add me to the scoreboard, although I have no clue on the current one!
I will get ya added Greg!
Standard rules and rates apply. :)
You can do my version, where if I am stumped I Google it, but then I can't answer it.
It it that film about Einstein with Tim Robbins?
OK, it was Smilla's Sense of Snow with Julia Ormond (always amazing) and Gabriel Byrne. Here's a better offering, I think:
"You should have sent a poet."
I don't remember the "you" in there. "No...words...should have sent...a poet"
Nice. We're both off. It was "they" - "They should have sent a poet." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3deNVM3EWIc next one is up to you, Randy.