Robert De Niro is gay and Michelle Pfeiffer is an evil witch
In future Britain, charismatic delinquent Alex DeLarge is jailed and volunteers for an experimental aversion therapy developed by the government
A man uses his sense of humor to win over a woman and later protect his son against the horror of a Nazi death camp.
In this movie from 1958, whose name is also the name of mutant in X-Men Origins, there is an 'indescribable, undestructable' entity.
A normal major motion picture averages about 200 effects shots. This film had 1488. The dead oliphant carcass used in this film is reportedly the largest prop ever built for a motion picture.
Dustin Hoffman made a cameo as Mumbles as a favor for Warren Beatty.
Corrupt government (as all movies have) plus a terrorist vigilante = a lot of explosions (and a sweet mask)
Clive Owen vs. Denzel Washington (which side is Jodie Foster on exactly?)
Bird fight: Phoenix vs. Crowe
Semi Obscure Quote
'He drew his gun and shot a woman who was passing by. Just a woman with a bundle, just shot her through the throat. She was just a woman on her way somewhere, she was no faster or slower or fatter or thinner than anyone else and I couldn't guess what had she done.''
Man: 'Might I ask why, with so little endeavor at civility, I am thus repulsed?' Woman: 'And I might as well enquire why, with so evident a design of insulting me, you chose to tell me that you liked me against your better judgment.'
Woman: 'Would the doctor care for a... brandy before retiring?' Man: 'No. Thank you.' Woman: [suggestively] 'Some varm milk... perhaps?' Man: 'No... thank you very much. No thanks.' Woman: [suggestively] 'Ovaltine?' Man: 'NOTHING! Thank you! I'm a little - tired! '
'What a dump.'
Cotton: 'In 23 years of broadcasting I thought I'd seen it all, folks. But it looks like Peter La Fleur has actually blindfolded himself.' Pepper: 'He will not be able to see very well, Cotton.'
'I'm going to paraphrase Thoreau here... rather than love, than money, than faith, than fame, than fairness... give me truth.'
James: [discussing Sylvia's reluctance to accept her illness] 'They can see it, you know. You can't go on just pretending.' Sylvia: 'Just pretending? You brought pretending into this family, James. You showed us we can change things by simply believing them to be different.'
Person1: 'Oh I get it. It's very clever.' Person2: 'Thank you.' Person1: 'How's that workin' out for you?' Person2: 'What?' Person1: 'Being clever.' Person2: 'Great.' Person1: 'Keep it up then.'
'Funny business, a woman's career, the things you drop on the way up the ladder so you can move faster. You forget you'll need them again when you get back to being a woman.'
'I hope you boys have learned as much from me this year as I've learned from you. You've taught this city how to trust the soul of a man rather than the look of him. And I guess it's about time I joined the club.'