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Diary of a Mad Housewife  1. “You’ll notice I don’t allow myself to be ruled by a tube of tobacco.” 2. “Christ, don’t you ever put any ice in this thing?” 3. “Your mother wants to throw a poodle … Continue reading
Coming to America  1. A tape outline of the blind man’s cane on the floor. 2. 3 grease spots left behind on the the couch. 3. “Your Highness, we haven’t gotten to that part.”
Trading Places  1. Eating salmon through the beard. 2. “Beef jerky time!” 3. Simultaneously, all the traders exit the stalls.
The Kid with a Bike  1. “Will you call me?” “I don’t know. No.” He closes the door. 2. He stands in the corner, facing the wall, refusing to turn around. 3. “Don’t come here again,” his father tells … Continue reading
On the Road with Duke Ellington  1. “Every night we throw a house party, and I’m the guest of honor.” 2. Duke tells Louis Armstrong, “Well, you know, I get stage fright.” 3. “He will perform the new piece … Continue reading
Captain Phillips  1. He offers them a fruit plate. 2. “You’re not just a fisherman.” 3. Even when the blindfold slips, he can’t bring himself to open his eyes.
Hopscotch  1. “You can drop the accent, it’s terrible.” 2. He gags him with a bright yellow handtowel held in place with a necktie, ruffles his hair, leaves the room. 3. Turban, mustache, beard.
Man of Steel  1. Shirtless and flaming hot, literally. 2. In front a stained glass window in a church. Real subtle. 3. Headgrind across the side of a skyscraper.
Father of the Bride  1. A circular rack of pipes near his easy chair. 2. “And what would you like–a dozen frozen daiquiris?” 3. Triple pane of Liz in a bridal gown.
12 Years a Slave  1. Paddle wheel as thresher. 2. “A good meal and some rest, and your children will soon be forgotten.” 3. As he unties her, she finally drops the cake of soap.