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The Ghost and Mrs. Muir


“You must make your own life amongst the living and, whether you meet fair winds or foul, find your own way to harbor in the end.” – Rex Harrison as Captain Daniel Gregg

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Flatliners


“Everything matters, everything we do matters.” – Kiefer Sutherland as Nelson Wright

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Brazil


“This sounds insane, I know, but I’ve been dreaming about you. Even before I saw you you were in my dreams. Weird isn’t it. I mean… I don’t know what it means … but it might mean something, mightn’t it? I hope so. Anyway, you’re in danger and I think we should get out of here.” – Jonathan Pryce as Sam Lowry

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Instructions Not Included


“Life Doesn’t Care If You’re Ready”

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Big


“The space goes down, down baby, down, down the roller coaster. Sweet, sweet baby, sweet, sweet, don’t let me go. Shimmy, shimmy, cocoa pop. Shimmy, shimmy, rock. Shimmy, shimmy, cocoa pop. Shimmy, shimmy, rock. I met a girlfriend – a triscuit. She said, a triscuit – a biscuit. Ice cream, soda pop, vanilla on the top. Ooh, Shelly’s out, walking down the street, ten times a week. I read it. I said it. I stole my momma’s credit. I’m cool. I’m hot. Sock me in the stomach three more times.” – David Moscow and Jared Rushton as young Josh and Billy

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Rookie of the Year


“Pitcher’s got a big butt! Pitcher’s got a big butt!” – Thomas Ian Nicholas as Henry Rowengartner

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The Sandlot


“Man, this is baseball, you gotta stop thinking! Just have fun. If you were having fun, you would have caught that ball!” – Michael Vitar as Benny Rodriguez

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Field of Dreams


“The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It has been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game: it’s a part of our past…” – James Earl Jones as Terence Mann

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