Movie Quotes Bohemian Rhapsody and Trailer 2018 Rami Malek Oscar winner

Movie Quotes Bohemian Rhapsody and Trailer 2018

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody


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Movie Quotes Bohemian Rhapsody and Trailer 2018  Rami Malek Oscar, winner

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

Freddie Mercury quotes Bohemian Rhapsody

[after listening to Bohemian Rhapsody]
Ray Foster: It goes on forever, six bloody minutes!
Freddie Mercury: I pity your wife if you think six minutes is forever.

[from trailer, Brian May finishes Bohemian Rhapsody guitar solo in studio]
Brian May: So now what?
Freddie Mercury: Oh, this is when the operatic section comes in.
Brian May: Ah. The operatic section, yeah…

[Freddie approaches bandmates wearing extravagant outfit, Brian May’s eyes widen]
Brian May: That’s a nice fancy dress, Fred.
Freddie Mercury: I’ve got to make an impression, darling!
Brian May: You look like an angry lizard!

John Reid: So, tell me. What makes Queen any different from all of the other wannabe rockstars I meet?

Freddie Mercury: Tell you what it is, Mr. Reid. Now we’re four misfits who don’t belong together, we’re playing for the other misfits. They’re the outcasts, right at the back of the room. We’re pretty sure they don’t belong either. We belong to them.

Ray Foster: We need a song teenagers can bang their heads to in a car. Bohemian Rhapsody is not that song.

[Freddie invites Roger over to his new mansion]
Freddie Mercury: What do you think?
[Roger looks at Freddie’s mustache]
Roger Taylor: Gayer.

[from trailer, recording operatic section of Bohemian Rhapsody]
Roger Taylor: [singing in high pitch] Galileo!
Freddie Mercury: Do it again.
Roger Taylor: [singing in high pitch] Galileo!
Freddie Mercury: One more.
Roger Taylor: HOW MANY MORE GALILEOS DO YOU WANT?

[after listening to Bohemian Rhapsody]
Ray Foster: Bohemian…
Brian May: Rhapsody. It’s poetic.
Ray Foster: What on earth is it about? Scaramouche? Galileo? Beelzebub? And that Ismallah business?
Freddie Mercury: Bismillah.

[from trailer]
Brian May: I wanna give the audience something that they can perform.
[Brian stomps his foot twice and claps, he and other band members follow along to the beat of We Will Rock You]
Freddie Mercury: What’s the lyric?

Freddie Mercury: [Quoting Zoroaster] Good thoughts, good words, good deeds. Just like you taught me, papa.
[Bomi embraces Freddie]

Roger Taylor: You’re a legend, Fred.
Freddie Mercury: We’re all legends.
[pause]
Freddie Mercury: But you’re right, I am a legend.

[from trailer]
Mary Austin: [to Freddie] I love the way you move on stage. The whole room belongs to you. Don’t you see what you can be?

Jim Beach: They just need a bit of time.

Freddie Mercury: What if I don’t have time?

[about to perform]
Roger Taylor: Ready, Freddie?
Freddie Mercury: Let’s do it.

Jim Hutton: I like you too, Freddie. Come and find me when you decide to like yourself.

[from trailer]
Ray Foster: Mark these words: NO ONE will play Queen.
Jim Beach: Fortune favors the bold.

Freddie Mercury: The human condition requires a bit of anesthesia.

Mary Austin: [to Freddie, crying] Your life is going to be very difficult.

Freddie Mercury: Roger, there’s only room in this band for one hysterical queen.

Young Man at Clinic: [as Freddie passes him by] Ay-oh?
Freddie Mercury: [Stopping and looking back at him] Ay-oh.

[Freddie meets Mary’s deaf father on his birthday]
Freddie Mercury: [to Mary] Tell him thanks for the birthday cake. And tell him you’re an epic shag.
Mary Austin: Freddie, he can read lips!

[from trailer]
Freddie Mercury: We can be. We believe in each other… that’s everything. We are going to do great things. It’s an experience – love, tragedy, joy… it’s something that people will feel belongs to them.

Ray Foster: Bohemian…
Brian May: Rhapsody.
Ray Foster: Rhapsody. What is that?
Freddie Mercury: An epic poem.
Ray Foster: It goes on forever, six bloody minutes!
Freddie Mercury: I pity your wife if you think six minutes is forever.
[pause]
Freddie Mercury: And you know what? We’re going to release it as our single.
Ray Foster: [laugs] Not possible. Anything over three minutes, and the radio stations won’t program it. John?
John Reid: Yeah, we need radio. Format is three minutes.
Ray Foster: What about ‘I’m in Love with My Car’?
[disappointed look on Queen’s faces before Freddie kicks Ray’s desk]
Ray Foster: Well, that’s the kind of songs teenagers can crank up the volume in their car and bang their heads to. ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ will never be that song.

Freddie Mercury: I’m just a musical prostitute.

Roger Taylor: …Who even is Galileo?

Freddie Mercury: [singing on piano] Happy birthday, Mr Mercury…

Freddie Mercury: I am the lead singer not the leader of the band.

[after the band meets Mary’s husband David]
Freddie Mercury: What do you all think of David?
[pause]
Brian May: He’s all right.
Freddie Mercury: I think he’s gay.

Bomi Bulsara: [Quoting Zoroaster] Good Thoughts. Good Words. Good Deeds.

Freddie Mercury: We’re family. We believe in each other. That’s everything.

[from trailer]
Brian May: We want to do something different.
Ray Foster: It’s my money, I say what goes!
Brian May: We can’t simply repeat ourselves.
Freddie Mercury: No… we can do better.

Bomi Bulsara: So now the family name is not good enough for you.
Freddie Mercury: I’ve changed it legally. No going back.

Roger Taylor: What are you doing later?
Kashmira Bulsara: Homework…

Brian May: It’s America. They’re Puritans in public, perverts in private.

Jim Beach: The sun always sets behind you on Miami Beach.

Brian May: [to Freddie] No one will play us on the radio. We need to get experimental.

Baggage handler: Paki!
Freddie Mercury: I’m not from Pakistan.

Freddie Mercury: Let’s go and punch a hole in the roof of Wembley Stadium.
Brian May: Actually, Wembley Stadium doesn’t have a roof.
Freddie Mercury: Then we’ll punch a hole in the sky.

[Roger threatens to throw a coffee machine at Brian and John]
Brian May: Not the coffee machine!

Jim Hutton: Touch me again like that and I’ll belt ya.

Mary Austin: What do you want from me, Freddie?
Freddie Mercury: Almost everything.

Brian May: [At press conference] Does anyone have questions about the music?

Ray Foster: Mark these words. No one will play Queen.

Freddie Mercury: I enjoyed the show. I also, I write songs.
Brian May: Our lead singer just quit.
Freddie Mercury: Well then, you’re going to need someone new.

Freddie Mercury: How much do you think we can get for this van?

Freddie Mercury: I have four extra incisors.

Freddie Mercury: I’m not going to be anybody’s victim, AIDS poster boy or cautionary tale.

Paul Prenter: I know who you are, Freddie Mercury.

Mary Austin: You’ve been burning the candle at both ends, Freddie.

Jim Hutton: Goodnight, Freddie. Or should I say good morning?

Mary Austin: You’re gay, Freddie.
Freddie Mercury: I think I’m bisexual.

Shelley Stern: Freddie, could you tell us about the rumors concerning your sexuality?

Ray Foster: It’s my money. I say what goes!

Freddie Mercury: Jim?
Jim Hutton: Yes, Freddie?

Freddie Mercury: I’ve got another martini. Would you like it?
Jim Hutton: Yes.

Roger Taylor: [after singing Galileo in high pitch several times] My balls are in my chest.

Paul Prenter: [to German TV presenter] His lovers were countless.

Freddie Mercury: Freddie fucking Mercury.

Bohemian Rhapsody is a 2018 biographical film about Freddie Mercury, lead singer of the British rock band Queen. It follows the singer’s life from when he joins the band in 1970 to their 1985 Live Aid performance at the former Wembley Stadium in London. A British-American venture, it was produced by 20th Century Fox, New Regency, GK Films, and Queen Films, with Fox serving as distributor. Directed by Bryan Singer, it was written by Anthony McCarten, and produced by Graham King and Queen manager Jim Beach. It stars Rami Malek as Mercury, with Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Joe Mazzello, Aidan Gillen, Tom Hollander, Allen Leech, and Mike Myers in supporting roles. Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor served as creative and musical consultants

Dancer in the Dark (2000) Top Quotes and Review

Dancer in the Dark (2000) Top Quotes and Review

Selma has emigrated with her son from Central Europe to America. The year is 1964. Selma works day and night to save her son from the same disease she suffers from, a disease that inevitably will make her blind. But Selma has the energy to live because of her secret! She loves musicals. When life feels tough she can pretend that she is in the wonderful world of musicals…just for a short moment. All happiness life is not able to give her she finds there by Fredrik Klasson

Selma: [singing] This isn’t the last song, there’s no violin, the choir is quiet, and no one takes a spin, this is the next to last song, and that’s all…

Selma: You like the movies, don’t you?
Bill Houston: I love the movies. I just love the musicals.
Selma: But isn’t it annoying when they do the last song in the films?
Bill Houston: Why?
Selma: Because you just know when it goes really big… and the camera goes like out of the roof… and you just know it’s going to end. I hate that. I would leave just after the next to last song… and the film would just go on forever.

Jeff: You can’t see, can you?
Selma: What is there to see?

Selma: In a musical, nothing dreadful ever happens.

Jeff: [referring to Gene] Why did you have him? You knew he would have the same disease as you.
Selma: I just wanted to hold a little baby.

Selma: I listen to my heart.

Jeff: I don’t understand. In musicals, why do they start to sing and dance all of a sudden? I mean, I don’t suddenly start… to sing and dance.

Selma: There’s no more to see…

Selma: Clatter, crash, clack, racket, bang, thump, rattle, clang, crack, thud, whack, bam! It’s music, now dance!

Selma: Cvalda.
Kathy: Why do you call me that?
Selma: It’s like, someone whose…
Kathy: What?
Selma: I don’t know, just big and happy.
Kathy: I am not that big. And happy, I don’t know.
Selma: You just need someone to pull it out.

Selma: I’m just not that kind of mother.
Gene Jezkova: Can’t you be that kind of a mother?

Bill Houston: Thank you for telling me your secret.
Selma: Thanks for telling me yours.
Bill Houston: Mums the word, right?
Selma: Mum?
Bill Houston: We don’t tell anybody.
Selma: Oh, yes, I won’t tell anyone.

Selma: [singing] Forgive me. I am so sorry. I just did what I had to do, I just did what I had to do, I just did what I had to do, I just did what I had to do.

Norman: She said Communism was – better for human beings.
District Attorney: She had nothing but contempt for our great country and it’s principals.
Norman: Apart from it’s musicals! She said the American one – the American ones were better.
District Attorney: So, the defendant preferred Hollywood to Vladivostok.

District Attorney: If this relationship was made up by the defendant, then, can you think of any way she might have come to know your name?
Oldrich Novy: I was once well known in Czechoslovakia, because of my profession.
District Attorney: Yes, Mr. Oldrich Novy, what is your profession? Maybe that can give us a clue to why, why this somewhat romantic, certainly Communistic, woman who worships Fred Astaire, but not his country, why she might have lied and misused your name – make everybody think that all the money was spent on a poor father and not on her own vanity. What is it that you do?
Oldrich Novy: I was an actor. I made films – they were musicals.

Kathy: But he needs his mother, you know, alive, no matter where!
Selma: You don’t understand! He needs his eyes!
Kathy: He needs his mother!
Selma: No!
Kathy: Yes! Alive!
Selma: NO!
Kathy: Listen to reason for once, Selma! Selma…
Selma: I listen to my heart…

Selma: You keep readin’.
Gene Jezkova: So long, farewell auf wiedersehen, adieu, adieu, adieu, to yieu and yieu and yieu.
Selma: To yieu and yieu. What – what does that mean? Yieu?
Gene Jezkova: It’s your dumb musical.
Selma: Yieu?
Gene Jezkova: It’s German.
Selma: Do you think?

Gene Jezkova: Why? Why should you – always ask me so – so stupid questions?
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Norman: You Commie’s make a big deal out of sharing everything.
Selma: Yeah. It’s – it’s a good thing.
Norman: What are you doing here – if – eh, Czechoslovakia’s so much better than the U. S. of A.?

Oldrich Novy: [singing] I didn’t mind it at all. That you were having a ball – at my musicals. And I was always there to catch you.
Selma: You were always there to catch me. You were always there to catch me. You were always there to catch me. When I fall.

Brenda: You’ll be transferred to the other cellblock, at some point tomorrow.
Selma: That’s the cellblock where they hang people?
Brenda: Yeah. That’s were they spend the last day.
Selma: And then they do the 107 steps – it’s from that room to the gallows, isn’t it?
Brenda: That’s what they say, Selma. But, look it, you’re gonna get your stay. Why don’t you try to think of something nice. All right?
Selma: It’s just so quiet here.

Prison Guard – Serving Selma Jezkova’s last meal: Your meal, Jezkov√°,

Kathy: You were right, Selma – listen to your heart!

Mamma Mia 2! Here We Go Again (2018) Top Quotes and Trailer

Mamma Mia 2 ! Here We Go Again (2018) Top Quotes and Trailer


Plot : Discover Donna’s (Meryl Streep, Lily James) young life, experiencing the fun she had with the three possible dads of Sophie (Amanda Seyfriend). As she reflects on her mom’s journey, Sophie finds herself to be more like her mother than she ever even realized. Written by Brian Tristam Williams
Movie Starred by : Lily James, Amanda Seyfried and Meryl Streep

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (2018) Top Quotes 

Tanya: Have him washed and brought to my tent.

Tanya: Be still my beating vagina.

Young Tanya: I just want to be upfront and say that I visually enjoy you.

Customs Officer: Sir, in your case, age becomes you. As it does a tree, a wine… and a cheese.

Young Tanya: May the rest of our lives be the best of our lives.

Rosie: My soul mate may actually be carbs.

Tanya: Then mine must be wine.

Sofia: [to young Sam] It’s called karma. And it’s pronounced ha!

Customs Officer: Time has been most cruel to you sir.

Ruby Sheridan: You know, Soph, being a grudge holder makes you fat.

Young Tanya: [about young Donna] She’s missing her man.

Young Rosie: Which one?

Young Donna: We only just met.
Young Bill: And you’re not that kind of girl?
Young Donna: Absolutely not… usually.