Moviegoing Famous Quotes & Sayings

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18 Moviegoing Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Moviegoing Sayings By John Lydon: My biggest fear is mindlessly and stupidly repeating myself. My biggest fear is mindlessly and stupidly repeating myself. — John Lydon
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Moviegoing Sayings By Helen Keller: Defeat is simply a signal to press onward. Defeat is simply a signal to press onward. — Helen Keller
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Moviegoing Sayings By Wesley Morris: Straight white males: that's the predominant moviegoing category, and the persistence of that is a Straight white males: that's the predominant moviegoing category, and the persistence of that is a dismaying maintenance of the status quo. — Wesley Morris
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Moviegoing Sayings By Jerome Stern: Dialogue is not just quotation. It is grimaces, pauses, adjustments of blouse buttons, doodles on Dialogue is not just quotation. It is grimaces, pauses, adjustments of blouse buttons, doodles on a napkin, and crossings of legs — Jerome Stern
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Moviegoing Sayings By Jim Corbett: A leopard, on the other hand, even after it has killed scores of human beings, A leopard, on the other hand, even after it has killed scores of human beings, never loses its fear of man; and, as it is unwilling to face human beings in daylight, it secures its victims when they are moving about at night or by breaking into their houses at night. Owing — Jim Corbett
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Moviegoing Sayings By George H. W. Bush: You have to understand that people that are hurting are going to criticize. You have to understand that people that are hurting are going to criticize. — George H. W. Bush
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Moviegoing Sayings By Tessa Dare: Dedication: For librarians and booksellers everywhere, who gather books and build shelters for tender souls. Dedication: For librarians and booksellers everywhere, who gather books and build shelters for tender souls. — Tessa Dare
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Moviegoing Sayings By Mary Davenport: But then, at some point, the hand that But then, at some point, the hand that — Mary Davenport
Moviegoing Sayings By Scott Eyman: In sum, The Green Berets was a reasonable commercial success, but a critical disaster that In sum, The Green Berets was a reasonable commercial success, but a critical disaster that convinced most of the moviegoing audience under the age of thirty never to see a John Wayne movie. — Scott Eyman
Moviegoing Sayings By Roger Ebert: 3-D is a waste of a perfectly good dimension. Hollywood's current crazy stampede toward it 3-D is a waste of a perfectly good dimension. Hollywood's current crazy stampede toward it is suicidal. It adds nothing essential to the moviegoing experience. For some, it is an annoying distraction. For others, it creates nausea and headaches. — Roger Ebert
Moviegoing Sayings By Harold Ramis: I have a great respect for the moviegoing experience. It's such a unique thing. You're I have a great respect for the moviegoing experience. It's such a unique thing. You're not getting up and walking around the house or flipping channels during the dull parts. You're in a dark space, and the movie fills most of your field of vision. You're surrounded by sound, and the colors are deeply saturated, and faces are fifteen feet high. If it's done well, you're really going to feel some big emotions or have some big belly laughs. — Harold Ramis
Moviegoing Sayings By Aurora Guerrero: I believe in Mexico there's a big culture of moviegoing, both studio and indie. I I believe in Mexico there's a big culture of moviegoing, both studio and indie. I think here in the US that's not the case because Latino communities don't have access to indie films. If you go into communities of color you will only find the big theater chains which only play the blockbuster genre films. — Aurora Guerrero
Moviegoing Sayings By Sofia Vergara: In Latin America, women are supposed to be voluptuous. They don't believe that you have In Latin America, women are supposed to be voluptuous. They don't believe that you have to be skinny to be attractive. — Sofia Vergara
Moviegoing Sayings By Wesley Morris: There comes a point in your moviegoing life where you look at the screen and There comes a point in your moviegoing life where you look at the screen and then you look at the world and you ask, 'What is going on?' You want the movies to show you the chaos and mess and risk and failure that are normal for a lot of us. Generally, the movies hide all of that. — Wesley Morris
Moviegoing Sayings By Andrew Sarris: Tokyo Sonata speaks to us, with feeling and passion, as one of the most eloquent Tokyo Sonata speaks to us, with feeling and passion, as one of the most eloquent statements on the world today that we are likely to see in this moviegoing year. — Andrew Sarris
Moviegoing Sayings By Arthur Schopenhauer: A man of intellect is like an artist who gives a concert without any help A man of intellect is like an artist who gives a concert without any help from anyone else, playing on a single instrument
a piano, say, which is a little orchestra in itself. Such a man is a little world in himself; and the effect produced by various instruments together, he produces single-handed, in the unity of his own consciousness. Like the piano, he has no place in a symphony; he is a soloist and performs by himself
in soli tude, it may be; or if in the company with other instruments, only as principal; or for setting the tone, as in singing. — Arthur Schopenhauer
Moviegoing Sayings By Merritt Wever: I used to joke that if acting didn't work out, poetry was my commonsense fallback. I used to joke that if acting didn't work out, poetry was my commonsense fallback. — Merritt Wever
Moviegoing Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: Be the inner journeys, be the outer travels, all trips elevate man, all voyages lift Be the inner journeys, be the outer travels, all trips elevate man, all voyages lift him up! — Mehmet Murat Ildan