'Phantom Of The Mall: Eric's Revenge' clip
Morgan Fairchild getting tossed out a window to land on a sculpture. Hee.
I feel irate. I'm cast aside.
Recall the Eblana?
'Channel 4 News' Quotes:
“Shuts itself off from the rest of the world.”
“Burden the entire country must bear.”
'Unreported World' Quotes:
“Liar is a liar.”
“War crimes it has long denied.”
“Blame and shame the victims.”
“Kept a dark secret.”
“Created a tension and resentment.”
“I feel so much sorrow.”
“Long gone now.”
“Refuse to believe the women.”
“Uttering a falsehood.”
“Too late to say sorry.”
'BBC News' Quotes:
“Look I'm acting.”
“Fighting for his reputation.”
“Look how much acting I'm doing.”
'The Irish Times' Quotes:
“Low, limiting expectations.”
“Unnecessarily arrogant and combative.”
“Destined to lead his people to greatness.”
“Long and grim catalogue.”
“Alleged ill in society.”
“To leave someone who loves you without seeming to have a “good” reason.”
“Public show of innocence.”
“Much maligned dwelling.”
“Defining TV series of the past 25 years.”
“Madness lie there.”
“Outbreak management teams.”
“Shattering and horrifying situation.”
“A really serious response.”
“Should all be duly scared.”
“Living every day with the consequences of parental chaos.”
“Screen out unpleasant realities.”
“Coffins of decay.”
“Expect me to listen to him with patience.”
“Dullest man in Britian.”
“Satisfied with mediocrity.”
“New purpose in life.”
“Really distressing experiences.”
'Inside Job' Quotes:
“Huffing chem trails.”
“No more group groaning.”
“More positive ways to get my attention than taking down the Deep State.”
“Lucky I called the snipers off.”
“Curse you Men In Black!”
“Starve the fear wolf.”
“Crisis you engineered.”
“Before the darkness consumed you.”
“Overselling the harmless idiot thing.”
“I'm a nobody like my dad always said.”
“God was knocking, and he wanted in bad.”
'South Park: Post Covid' Quote:
"The future certainly sucks."
"Hick ass town!"
"It's very cultural!"
"You're sorry, again."
"You're old for a long, long time."
A Father's Betrayal aka Indefensible: The Truth About Edward Brannigan (1997)
Directed by, produced by and starring Brian Dennehy. This co stars Reed Diamond of 'Dollhouse' and Alice Krige. A accusation against a dad (Dennehy) shatters lives. This was fatuous and searingly miserable. The son learns his golden boy dad isn't so golden. This was all issues and Krige's untalented acting. Eddie Snr is confronted by his son Eddie Jnr and gets angry and violent with him dropping his man of the people mask. This was dull.
“Knock this nonsense off.”
“What did your sainted mother say about me this time?”
Like A Boss (2020)
Two women who made a make up business out of their garage startup talk and act like men. There is a nightmare scenario when they partner with a big business. Harm is amplified. Simply ignore this. There is complacency and misplaced beliefs. The duo have destructive habits. This was disastrous and dreadful in itself. There are drones and an OTT fake accent. It is a daunting challenge to get through this. This was limp to the point of derison. This leaves you dissatisfied. The duo are hopelessly naive heroines. This was poor. They're ripped off. This was not coherent or inspiring. This was awful and not highly emotive. Rose Byrne, Salma Hayek, Billy Porter and Jennifer Coolidge star.
“I don't even care if they can read.”
“She got the good credit.”
“One night stand, our single use makeup kit.”
“Doubted your choices.”
“Ate some weed candy.”
“That's how you get a yeast infection.”
“A messed up Betty White.”
“Frosted replica of your vagina.”
Maryam D'Abo features in this UK horror. This has 2 sequels. An alien abductee returns. There is some terrible acitng in this. D'Abo plays a French au pair who takes her clothes off. There are horrible 80s perms and a poor snake. This flies in the face of logic. This film was infamous and proves some ET's aren't friendly. The returned dad is none too happy about his wife's new boyfriend.
“His trousers keep falling down!”
“You're always lying down.”
“This isn't your home anymore.”
The Sleeper (2000)
This BBC1 drama is a not very faithful take on a Gillian White novel. It has a memorably shocking ending though.
The chief's body has been found. People do notice the strange goings on! They chose to ignore them. Alma's horrible. Belle plots. The pale people get their revenge. Alma is a self made orphan. A scapegoat is found. A hustler is fed to Alma and she eats a fellow prodigy. Ursula sells the pills in LA and things go bad. This was a non event.
“Strange things happen down the Cape in the winter.”
“Make a family announcement.”
“I'm better than everyone.”
“The story prism.”
“A failed Orion Stallone script back in 88!”
“Sad fradulent typist!”
“Going all Manson.”