[watching Dr. Gonzo leave]
Raoul Duke: "There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. A high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die."
Quite simply one of the weirdest and best movies I've ever seen. Each scene was more bizarre than the one before it, from riding through bat country, to the hotel and Bazooko's Circus, it was all pretty wonderful.
[talking to the viewers, breaking the fourth wall]
Paul: "What do you think? Think they stand a chance?"
What makes this movie so weird is that unlike most killers, these two seem to have no real motive, no reason to commit horrific crimes, they just do it to have a little fun. Their constant lying, taunting, and name-changing make it odd, disturbing, but ultimately pretty damn interesting to watch.
Tracey Berkowitz: "Look, the other day, something happened. I came to certain realizations. I can't tell you what or you'll end up like me, on this bus, looking for someone."
I mean, the entire movie was fragments, bits and pieces of everything that eventually all came together and made sense. The dialogue, the characters, the whole set up of the film was odd, it was good though.
Narrator: "On a long enough time line, the survival rate for everyone drops to zero."
Some people may try to argue that Fight Club isn't a weird movie but I'd have to disagree. Maybe a lot of people don't see it as weird anymore because we all love it so much. It's odd and witty and generally amazing.
[to Cherita Chen]
Donnie: "I promise, that one day, everything's going to be better for you."
The plot of this movie was definitely unique, it somehow became less weird once I knew what was going on, but I'll admit it was still odd. I really love the dialogue, I find this is one of those movies I can watch over and over again.
J.D.: "I like it. It's got that what-a-cruel-world-let's-toss-ourselves-in-the-abyss type ambiance."
I classify this movie as weird compared to the other teen movies that came out of the 80's. As a black comedy it's obviously supposed to be odd, it's incredibly funny, one of my all-time favourites for sure!
Mikal: "Are you joking? Do you guys like it here? Who the hell likes being stuck in a place where you can't even smile? It's hot as balls, everybody's an asshole. I just wanna go home."
A movie that starts with the main character killing himself and is set after the fact, kind of weird if you ask me. The whole idea for this movie, the way it was filmed, and the characters make it lovely and strange.
Lars Lindstrom: [after giving some flowers to Bianca] "See they're even fake so they'll never die."
I started watching this expecting it to be a comedy, you know, guy falls in love with sex-doll, pretty funny right? Well it turned out to be a lot more than I expected definitely odd and almost uncomfortable at times, but in the best way possible.
Willy Wonka:"Are the fires of hell a-glowing? Is the grisly reaper mowing? Yes! The danger must be growing,for the rowers keep on rowing, and they're certainly not showing,any signs that they are slowing!"
A childhood staple but clearly a rather bizarre movie. Not quite as ridiculous as it's re-make, but rather fascinating and sometimes a little creepy (ex: the tunnel scene). Possibly one of my favourite movies when I was younger.