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Postby revin77 » Fri Dec 23, 2005 7:44 am

oanother one of my favorie [quotes] would be hello hello hello i am your beloved count olaf.[/quote]
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Postby Georgy@n@ » Fri Dec 23, 2005 10:52 am

JohnJim wrote:I like those:

1- Olaf: `hello, hello, hello, I am your beloved Count Olaf`

2- Olaf: `I`m sorry, I don`t speak monkey! Banana!`

3- Olaf: `Oh, my public waits, mimamoo mimamoo`

:D

And ... I don't know...I think I I liked all!?! :lol: =D>
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Postby nixhex » Tue Jan 03, 2006 3:34 am

i love how he pronounces surprise like soohpreeeze
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Postby fluffy » Tue Jan 03, 2006 11:48 am

it's the out-takes/screen tests which REALLY do it for me..........and i love the extras...........the ghost story is hysterical........he's really very funny at the end when he says 'now go to bed'...........lol

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Postby Niobe » Wed Jan 11, 2006 12:48 am

Sooo many funnies in the film and the interactive Olaf/Sham bits. :lol:

I did crack up at Sure I get all the good parking spots, But I do luuurrvvee my sig line as a quote. He's so OTT dramatic there! :olaf:
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Postby fluffy » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:00 am

yeah.........those screentests are my favourite bits..............i was paraletic with laughter at the Yugo and parking spot bits...........i loved them............in fact i love all Jims out-takes.........

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Postby Niobe » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:11 am

Yep, they were a treasure in themselves. Only then do you see the true genius of an unscripted Jim in action. Was bowled over.....

You know, the only two film/DVD's I ever saw take the mickey out of, the quite frankly, truly hilarious, Yugo were this one and the Aykroyd/Hanks comedy Dragnet. Both were so accurate in their lampooning. Yugos were awful. I had a friend, years back, who bought one cheap as chips. It had to go through it's MOT and failed on a cracked headlight. So she rang round for a new one/scrap one and could not get one anywhere for love nor money. Bar one parts place selling it for £100's. Shocking. But it was because all the Yugo factories in Yugoslavia had been bombed and no-one made parts any more. :D I guess that story sums up the sheer goofiness of the car.
Maybe.

Anyway, back to Olaf et al.
Which of the interactive Olafs do you prefer? Tough call I'd say.
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Postby fluffy » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:16 am

the other one that literally had me in laughter on the floor was the T-Rex impression when he goes back in time and licks Lisas ear...........and they all start laughing..............it's just so natural......that's when i think Jims at his best ........when he has a certain degree of creative freedom to bring himself to the role............ :wink:

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Postby quirky » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:18 am

I liked: Puttanesca, that's Italian for very few ingredients.
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Postby Niobe » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:23 am

Drifting slightly off topic here, that T-Rex scene, where he's striding about.....shows off those lovely shoulders.... :P
It's a genuine moment though, you're right. I noticed that too.

quirky wrote:I liked: Puttanesca, that's Italian for very few ingredients.

I can't walk round a supermarket, to the pasta sauce section, and see that on the shelf without thinking of Jim.
Yep, it's those mundane moments in life, where he springs to mind, that make it all so special. :wink: :lol:
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Postby quirky » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:26 am

I nearly always check out in the supermarket in the 15 items or less lane.

Right on a shelf there is the Ace Ventura DVD.
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Postby Niobe » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:32 am

quirky wrote:I nearly always check out in the supermarket in the 15 items or less lane.

Crumbs, that's generous. It's five items or less here. (And shouldn't that be five items or fewer, to be grammatically correct?? Oops, I'm being pedantic).

I was in a supermarket today, having just popped in for salad, milk and cereal......came out with The Truman Show on DVD as I spotted it sitting there, beckoning me. What's a girl to do when she only has it taped off TV???? :roll:
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Postby quirky » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:33 am

See...I don't know what to think of these strategic placings of things that remind me of Mr. Carrey. How vast is the spider's web?
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Postby fluffy » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:40 am

infinite............lol...such is his attraction and talent.......we're mere flies in the Carrey web.........lol.......

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Postby quirky » Wed Jan 11, 2006 1:42 am

fluffy wrote:infinite............lol...such is his attraction and talent.......we're mere flies in the Carrey web.........lol.......

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