BoyDVD - 2010
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I've studied a few languages over the years including te reo Māori and one thing my teachers always encouraged was watching films in the language as it helped develop an ear for what native speakers sound like, as well as helping with vocabulary and grammar. In fact, this is how I first discovered Jackie Chan movies when I was learning Chinese. Learners of te reo Māori are lucky enough to have… (more)
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These ones not in IMDb but almost as quotable:
Looks like we might have an orator on our hands, eh?
-What's that? Oh, yeah, my dad was good at that.
Yeah, I went to school with him. Yeah, he was a good student. Like you, full of potential. Finish to the end here and go home, eh?
-Hey, Mr. Langston, what does that word mean... 'potential'?
"Potential. Not now ma... ni... fest, or showing signs of ex... is... tence or activity."
-I'm like him more than you. Me and him have the most potential.
-If you don't know it, you ain't got it. That's what makes me cool and you an egg.
How did you get it?
-You get it when you're born. It's too late for you. Sorry.
I thought I was like you... but I'm not. I don't have any potential.
I'm sorry I am like I am sometimes. I get angry. A bit like the Hulk. He gets angry. He's usually helping people, but sometimes he loses control, but he's not a bad guy. Mainly he's a good guy. Think you can handle having The Incredible Hulk for a dad?
- Don't call me that anymore.
- Yeah. I don't like it.
Well, what about Fonzie?
- Just call me Little Shogun.
That's all I need... me. I am the Crazy Horses. I'm the Shogun. I'm all alone on this planet. Shit, man, I'm E.T.
Holden and Boy, car scene.
Holden: 'You've been missing out on all the fun; we pushed Barry off the wharf yesterday.'
Boy: 'Don't have time for that good stuff. I've been working, trying to get out of this dump.'
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