Friday, October 28, 2005

Great Lines, Part 3

One of the great lines in the movies is written rather than spoken.In The Shining, Shelly Duvall comes upon the typewritten work her husband Jack Nicholson has been toiling over. In the typewriter is a paper that repeats ad infinitum, "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." She then examines a ream of paper next to it, a stack of paper that repeats the same phrase throughout all pages. This is a shocking moment, for then she knows that her hubby is absolutely bonkers crazy.Redrum.


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