The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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No Sicilian can ever refuse a request on his daughter’s wedding day.

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Her (2013) | Lost in Translation (2003)

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You aren’t really anybody in America if you’re not on TV.

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Throughout the film, Martin Scorsese used Xs mostly shown in the background to mark characters for death; examples include shots of Costigan walking through the airport while talking to Sgt. Dignam, Queenan falling to his death (on the building’s glass windows as Queenan falls to the ground), and Sullivan in his office discussing the flow of information with Costello (the X is created by the light shining through the window). This is a homage to Howard Hawks’ classic film Scarface (1932).

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This house is so full of people it makes me sick! When I grow up and get married I’m gonna live alone! Do you hear me? I’m living alone! 

Holiday Films - Home Alone (1990)

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That woman deserves her revenge and we deserve to die.

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