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Best Movie Line Quotes By Haruki Murakami: Her voice was like a line from an Her voice was like a line from an old black-and-white Jean-Luc Godard movie, filtering in just beyond the frame of my consciousness. — Haruki Murakami
Best Movie Line Quotes By Petra F. Bagnardi: Italians are genetically incapable of standing in an Italians are genetically incapable of standing in an orderly line, so much so that the movie theater seems more crowded than it actually is. — Petra F. Bagnardi
Best Movie Line Quotes By Elizabeth Gaskell: Look back. Look back at me.Richard Armitage spoke Look back. Look back at me.
Richard Armitage spoke this line in the movie North and South as he watched Miss Hale drive away in a carriage. — Elizabeth Gaskell
Best Movie Line Quotes By Rob Marshall: I'd much rather fail than do something like I'd much rather fail than do something like 'The Chorus Line' movie, sanitized and Hollywoodized. — Rob Marshall
Best Movie Line Quotes By Marjorie M. Liu: Miri forced herself to remain very still. Never Miri forced herself to remain very still. Never run from immortals, she remembered; her favorite line from a favorite movie. Never run. — Marjorie M. Liu
Best Movie Line Quotes By Sharni Vinson: I watched 'A Chorus Line' over and over I watched 'A Chorus Line' over and over when I was growing up, to the point that I was able to recite the entire movie. — Sharni Vinson
Best Movie Line Quotes By Robin Williams: Smile boy, it's the sunrise(His last movie line, Smile boy, it's the sunrise
(His last movie line, ever) — Robin Williams
Best Movie Line Quotes By T.K. Richards: I'm a peacock captain you gotta let me I'm a peacock captain you gotta let me fly!" From the movie, "The Other Guys." That line is so me. I can be goofy at times. — T.K. Richards
Best Movie Line Quotes By Matthew Quick: My tag line for 'Silver Linings' is this: My tag line for 'Silver Linings' is this: It's about a man who thinks his life is a movie produced by God. — Matthew Quick