He’s an Academy Award-winning actor who’s been deemed “Sexiest Man Alive” to boot. Plus, he’s got one mesmerizing voice that spews pearls of wisdom actually worth listening to. From his incredible acceptance speeches to lessons he’s learned over the years, here are 10 pieces of life advice the one and only Matthew McConaughey.
Need a little #inspo? Check out these pearls of wisdom from “Legally Blonde,” “Pretty Woman,” “Mean Girls,” “Factory Girl,” “Steel Magnolias,” and more.
The story is fantastical, the characters indelible and the dialogue–well, let’s just say that it’s inconceivable that we could ever forget some of these lines. Its stars have gone on to win Emmys, make movies and award-winning TV series, but none of them have ever forgotten the hilarity and delight of “The Princess Bride”–and neither have we. It’s hard to whittle down so many great quotes to just 10, but these are the moments that stick with us.
Bill Murray is easily one of the most quotable cinematic legends in history, and we’re ringing in his birthday with back-to-back Bill Murray movies on Sun., Sep. 20. Watch Groundhog Day at 9/8c, Rushmore at 11:15/10:15c, and Broken Flowers at 1:15/12:15c. Before you tune in, fuel your brain with these classic Bill Murray quotes.
After starring in countless Western classics (Rio Bravo, True Grit, Red River…), screen legend John Wayne has doled out plenty of no-bullshit advice — applicable on the frontier and nearer to home. Here are seven quotes to live by from the man, the myth, and the legend himself.
Clint Eastwood. The name alone commands respect. And in honor of the rugged, one-of-a-kind wisdom exemplified by Clint’s characters in The Outlaw Josey Wales, Pale Rider and other movies, here are seven memorable quotes.
This year’s edition of the Sundance Film Festival, like most years, featured an abundance of witty, memorable lines. Here are some of the best quotes heard in films that screened during this year’s fest….
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The LA Times interviews Maris Kreizman, 31-year-old New Yorker and the brain behind the hilarious blog Slaughterhouse 90210 which marries high-brow literary quotes with pop culture television screen captures. Jacket Copy: Did you really start with just Vonnegut and “90210″? Maris Kreizman: I knew I wanted to start a blog that featured my favorite literary…
If iconic television and solid literature got married, Slaughterhouse 90210 would be the resulting offspring. This blog pairs up television images with memorable literary quotes. Check out some examples below: