|Louis Armstrong |
Golf does this to me too.
|Caminante Nocturno |
Well, couldn't you at least take the hat off of him, then? I'm pretty sure you can at least do that much for him.
Where's the "not economically viable" scene? Come on man.
A touching and poetic answer to Caddyshack.
This is my favorite scene
i lived a block from a golf course grown up. there was a creek and some woods separating the golf course from the neighborhood, one time i went through the woods onto the golf course and one of the ass holes playing golf reacted exactly like that guy. After a series of "get the fuck off my golf course" i smiled at him and disappeared back through the woods.
Also, the Xerox repair guy at my work looks exactly like William 'D-FENS' Foster. short sleeved dress shirts, plain ties, square head with the same haircut. the only thing he is missing is the glasses and the bag of guns.
I think you mean you've never seen his bag of guns.
I would not want to die in that stupid, little hat.
I love this movie, except for the ending. I don't like that they cut off his ascent to valhalla.
To be more precise, it was 'Five!', rather than 'Fine!'. William 'D-FENS' Foster is a neverending fountain of witticisms.
j lzrd / swift idiot
Although I like "FINE!!" a lot better. It has more snap to it. Like, "FINE THEN!" or "FINE, NO MORE MISTER NICE GUY."
Something is wrong with the old man's heart. Its cold and black. No match for the People's hero D-FENS.
Well, I hate to agree with a borderline psychopath... but golf club people really are often assholes. And there should be petting zoos instead of golf courses.
I live within walking distance of a golf course/club. Those people are kind of assholes sometimes too. But then I realize what a bad course it is, so I figure that right there is their punishment.
Golf appeals to the kind of people who care way too much about their lawns, and the treat people walking on it the same.
The only line missing:
"The reason your heart doesn't work is that you never used it."
This movie is great because you can watch it and when the credits roll, stop and ask yourself "What the fuck just happened?"
This movie is basically all the commentary on vigilantism and violent revenge fantasies that Boondock Saints never was because it was too faggoty
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