Friday, January 30, 2009

Gremlinfc's adventures in Celluloid


After the controversy of the slasher fillums and the lack of thespian quality in most of them , I decided it was time to seek out a meatier role(oops bad choice of words)which would best suit me talents : LUCKILY I knew abloke who knew a bloke who knew a bloke and quite by CHANCE , I landed a role in what was to be another groundbreaking fillum , which brought some great lines but still its fair share of blood 'n k'llings. Question is , what's the fillum and what's the line it spawned uttered daily by wannabe gremlinfcs?

7 comments:

DarceysDad said...

It's Dirty Harry Callahan's speech about his poor recall over his powerful recoil weapon, ending with the question oft-uttered by bouncers (at a certain alternative nightclub of my teenage acquaintance) when they were confronted by already-drunk, fashion-bondage-trousered, pretend-mohawk'd music fans.

gremlinfc said...

Boogerin heck that were a bit quick lad. You've got to spell out the invitation uttered by DH though to get the Points...

DarceysDad said...

What? All of it, or just the MISquote of "Do you feel lucky, punk?"

gremlinfc said...

@Darceysdad ....I know what you're thinking. "Did he fire six shots or only five?" Well, to tell you the truth, in all this excitement I kind of lost track myself. But being as this is a .44 Magnum, the most powerful handgun in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: .........................................................................................???

DarceysWorkAvoidingDad said...

"Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?"

gremlinfc said...

Top man you fillum buff!
Love it!
The points are all yours and i think you are neck and neck with the Blimpster...

DarceysTooTired Dad said...

Ta, la!

Though I've never been a film buff - just look at my list of faves on my profile!

We actually did some work at school on Dirty Harry and Magnum Force as part of a General Studies module called Film Appreciation: what a skive that hour a week was!

G'night Gremlin.