Go ahead and look! I hope you LIKE what you see!!!
Eh bien! vas-y, regarde, puisque tu y tiens. J’espère que la vue te plaira!
– Brandon (John Dall) to Rupert (Jimmy Stewart) in Rope (1948)
The animated internet series Scientific Method will soon have closed captioning in English, and selected episodes, such as the very first one ("Ignorance Isn't Bliss") will have subtitles in French!
And Jesus took himself down by the Sea of Galilee, and there he did name his third apos-tle, and summon him forth on land. – The narrator (Orson Welles) in Nicholas Ray’s King of Kings (1961)
So let it be written — So let it be done!
Qu’on l’écrive ainsi — et qu’on le fasse pareillement! – Rameses (Yul Brynner) in The Ten Commandments (1959)
A mini-review of William Friedkin's The Exorcist. I wouldn't see it when it came out, out of religious scruples, but now (having become inured to the horror genre in the meantime) I think very highly of it and never re-watch it without pleasure.
Where is that bitch of an American girl? She must VANISH! She must die, d i e, D I E !
– Joan Bennett, as Madame Blanc in Suspiria (1977)
On ne plaisante pas avec la police parisienne!
You don’t joke around with the Paris police force!– Inspector Vital, in J-L Godard’s A bout de souffle (1960)
Ich liebe die Dunkelheit, und die Schatten, wo ich allein mit meinen Gedanken sein kann.
I love the darkness, and the shadows, where I can be alone with my thoughts.– Klaus Kinski as The Count in W. Herzog’s Nosferatu (1979)
Why didn’t they tell us the T R U T H ? He was O U R prisoner!– Donald Pleasence as Father Loomis in John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness (1987)
Times have changed, Doris. Either you go along, or else you’re out of it.– Kim McAfee (Ann–Margret) in Bye–bye, Birdie (1963)
Close the door, Joshua, and let death pass!!
Ferme la porte, Josué. Que la Mort aille son chemin!– Moses (Charlton Heston) in The Ten Commandments (1956)
What were you thinking when you squeezed the life out of him? Did you think you were G O D, BRANDON?!
–Rupert (Jimmy Stewart) to Brandon (John Dall) in Rope (1948)