What Movie is It?

Discussion in 'Teacher Time Out' started by TeacherSandra, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. stephenpe

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    The Fugitive (What I want from each and every one of you is a hard-target search of every gas station, residence, warehouse, farmhouse, henhouse, outhouse and doghouse in that area.)


    You gotta learn to laugh, it's the way to true love.
     
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    Michael.

    (cheated...i could hear it in my head...but was stuck)

    Char A: Throw... the third switch!
    Char B: Not the *third switch*!
     
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    Young Frankenstein

    I have prided myself for my wisdom, but you have taught me much.
     
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    Give up
     
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    A Wrinkle in Time (The film)

    It is impolite to pass a person without at least nodding, and so I nod out of elementary good breeding, nothing more.
     
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    Anne of Green Gables

    Must we all descend into madness?
     
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    Legally Blonde

    Kermit the Frog: What? You kidnapped Jack Black? That's illegal!
    Fozzie Bear: What's more illegal, Kermit: briefly inconveniencing Jack Black, or destroying the Muppets?
    Kermit to Frog: Kidnapping Jack Black, Fozzie!


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    This looks fun, but I will probably have to cheat to play! ( I haven't seen a lot of movies.)
    I do remember this one:
    Class, Class, anyone?
     
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    Ferris Bueller
     
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    You got it, Stephen!
    This is not a movie, but an old album if anyone remembers it:
    Class, Class, SHUT UP!!!! Thank you! :)
    This still makes me laugh!
     
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    Omigod, Cheech and Chong! My childhood friend "borrowed" her brother's record and played that for me a million years ago.

    "You know, I have one simple request, and that is to have sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads!"
     
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    Sr. Mary Elephant is still fun to listen to and has a special place in my heart.

    My first principal was a nun. I watched her jack up a 5th grade bully against the wall and make him cry. Couldn't have happened to a better guy! I had nuns that taught and lived on campus at my Catholic college. I doubt there are many nuns that teach K-12 today and "nun" are allowed to use their old tactics. Our schools could use some old fashioned nuns to kick some butt or just put the fear back. Back when I was a kid, you didn't mess with nuns. Their reputation was legendary.

    My neighbor is 80 and went to an all boys Catholic hs. He told me that one year they got a new priest and principal. He gathered all the boys in the gym to introduce himself. He also had a pair of boxing gloves around his neck. He asked, "Who's thinks they're the toughest guy in the whole school?"
    A big boy stood up and said, "That would be me father."
    The priest invited him to come down from the bleachers. He put on the gloves, told the boy the raise up his fists and "Defend yourself!"
    The boy took bare handed swings at father while the priest toyed around with the big kid for a bit, throwing a few blocks and kitty paws. Then quick as lightning, he whooped up on the boy and knocked him down pretty soundly. The priest helped him back up and asked the boy, "You want some more?"
    "Nope." Replied the boy.
    Then the priest asked if there was anyone else interested. No volunteers stood up.
    He told the boys if they ever had a dispute with him and refused to accept the consequences, this is how he would settle it. The gloves hung on his office wall as a reminder.

    OK back to the topic. Here's my quote. I use it in class all of the time when I get out the paper cutter:
    "GET TO THE CHOPPA!"
     
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