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Omigod it starts with The Limey how can there even be 99 after that.
posted by shakespeherian at 7:07 PM on June 1, 2011 [6 favorites]


Yes, but it includes the impossibly cute Julie Warner from Tommy Boy, threatening to kill some children.
posted by Cool Papa Bell at 7:11 PM on June 1, 2011 [2 favorites]


"Whatever you're reaching for better be a sandwich, because you're going to have to eat it!" Bwhahaha, now that's a threat!
posted by oxford blue at 7:11 PM on June 1, 2011 [7 favorites]


WHAT? No __________?
posted by flapjax at midnite at 7:12 PM on June 1, 2011 [3 favorites]


(that's the steely-cold silence of spaghett-western-era Clint Eastwood as he eyes another gunman)
posted by flapjax at midnite at 7:14 PM on June 1, 2011 [4 favorites]


The Love Guru 2
posted by fungible at 7:15 PM on June 1, 2011 [3 favorites]


Lots of recurring themes in those threats.

Was hoping for Steve Martin's threat from Three Amigos, but no luck. Still a fun watch.
posted by ShutterBun at 7:15 PM on June 1, 2011


You know I just re-watched Pulp Fiction today and again find myself wondering if the disparity between Honeybunny threatening to"execute every motherfucking last one of you" at the start of the film and "execute every one of you motherfuckers" toward the end was kept in intentionally.
posted by griphus at 7:17 PM on June 1, 2011 [3 favorites]


hard to beat Moe's threats. My fave was always I'll pull out your eyes with a corckscrew and shove 'em down your pants so you can watch me kick your ass"
posted by Redhush at 7:20 PM on June 1, 2011 [2 favorites]


Did anyone else notice that a full 50% of those are from Joe Pesci in Casino?
posted by shakespeherian at 7:24 PM on June 1, 2011 [3 favorites]


Watched the whole thing, found the most entertaining to be Robocop's understated "Come quietly or there will be....trouble"
posted by mcstayinskool at 7:24 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


One gem that's missing:

"I've got a little room upstairs that's too small for you to fall down in. I can bounce you around off the walls, that way we won't be wasting a lot of time while you get up off the floor" -- William Bendix to Alan Ladd in The Glass Key.
posted by storybored at 7:29 PM on June 1, 2011 [2 favorites]


I noticed at least three Brian De Palma movies in there, but, frustratingly, nothing from Piper Laurie in Carrie, aka Greatest Villain of the Year, All Years.

I was also happy to see Paddy Considine from Dead Man's Shoes.
posted by Sticherbeast at 7:31 PM on June 1, 2011


if the opening scene from Way of the Gun had not been in this (around 3:00) I would have written the whole thing off (even though its pretty awesome anyway!)
posted by supermedusa at 7:32 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


and The Long Kiss Goodnight!!! this person made this compilation for me :D
posted by supermedusa at 7:34 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


YES!!! 2 mentions from TWOTG w0000t! yes I'm a little drunk, what?
you like to fuck baby heads? you and your gay fucking uncle?
posted by supermedusa at 7:37 PM on June 1, 2011


I found the 100 greatest insults to be fucking hilarious. :D
posted by NotSoSiniSter at 7:39 PM on June 1, 2011


If it weren't for Joe Pesci and Al Pacino, this would be the The Fourteen Greatest Movie Threats of All Time.
posted by googly at 7:40 PM on June 1, 2011 [8 favorites]


....to the blood bank.
posted by lazaruslong at 7:41 PM on June 1, 2011 [7 favorites]


I was hoping for Edward James Olmos in Stand and Deliver: "I'll snap your neck like a toothpick!"
posted by Mister Moofoo at 7:41 PM on June 1, 2011


I like that it goes to the two schools of movie threats. You've got a healthy collection of Over-The-Fucking-Top, as exemplified by Joe Pesci rants. And then you've got a reasonable amount of Quietly Solemn, as seen in Stand By Me where the threat isn't spoken with anger or insane rage but simple regret, which you can't do often but when it works, it works so well.
posted by mightygodking at 7:45 PM on June 1, 2011


I recommend Nick Nolte in the otherwise-mediocre Mullholland Falls:
See, that's federal property. This isn't. This is L.A. This is my town. Out here you're a trespasser. Out here I can pick you up, burn your house, fuck your wife, and kill your dog.
And the only thing that'll protect you is if I can't find you. And I already found you.
posted by kirkaracha at 7:46 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


apparently I really like movies in which people threaten....stuff....
posted by supermedusa at 7:48 PM on June 1, 2011


I can lay you out and fill your mouth with your mother's feces; or, we can talk.
posted by East Manitoba Regional Junior Kabaddi Champion '94 at 7:49 PM on June 1, 2011 [3 favorites]


I was half expecting this.

And maybe something from Fight Club.
posted by 4ster at 7:49 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


The best part was when it did Blue Velvet and then Wild at Heart and then The Wizard of Oz.
posted by shakespeherian at 7:50 PM on June 1, 2011 [2 favorites]


My favorite movie insult is from The Whole Nine Yards, when a restaurant gets Bruce Willis' order wrong:
"I'm gonna keep the coke and the fries but I'm gonna send this burger back. And if you put any mayonnaise on it, I'm gonna come over to your house, chop your legs off, set fire to your house, and watch as you drag your bloody stumps out the door."
I hate mayo on my burgers, too. Maybe not this much, though.
posted by dreinn at 7:51 PM on June 1, 2011


Haven't seen it, but have they got ''Did y'ever pick up yer teeth wid broken fingers? Just a question' from The Crying Game?

Ooh, and 'Tell it to the cleaning lady on Monday... because you'll be dust... and that's what the cleaning lady does, she cleans up... dust." "Why Monday?" "She... doesn't work weekends".
posted by Sebmojo at 7:53 PM on June 1, 2011 [4 favorites]


Yay! "I'll come over there and fuck-start her head" made it in. Personal (and under-rated) favorite.
posted by penduluum at 7:58 PM on June 1, 2011 [2 favorites]


Sit your five-dollar ass down before I make change!

Was surprised that "To The Pain" didn't make it, 'cause this is the internet, but, well.
posted by furiousthought at 8:06 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


I was kinda hoping for the first scene in Roxanne:

"I really admire your shoes . . ."
posted by deadcowdan at 8:11 PM on June 1, 2011 [3 favorites]


Ooh, and 'Tell it to the cleaning lady on Monday... because you'll be dust... and that's what the cleaning lady does, she cleans up... dust." "Why Monday?" "She... doesn't work weekends".

"Once you were a ve-gone. But now you will *be* gone!"

Two greats one in the same scene!
posted by drjimmy11 at 8:12 PM on June 1, 2011


"I'm gonna fill you so full of lead you'll be able to use your dick for a pencil." (Three Amigos)
posted by drjimmy11 at 8:13 PM on June 1, 2011


So many things to be shoved up so many asses...
posted by aerotive at 8:17 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


flapjax at midnite: "(that's the steely-cold silence of spaghett-western-era Clint Eastwood as he eyes another gunman)"

"Now if you all apologise, like I know you're going to ..."
posted by bwg at 8:18 PM on June 1, 2011




Oh and "Young Guns 2" is not a great movie, but Billy the Kid's "I'll make ya famous" is a pretty great threat.
posted by drjimmy11 at 8:27 PM on June 1, 2011


Oh Lucy Liu.. I am in love, all over again.
posted by Godspeed.You!Black.Emperor.Penguin at 8:45 PM on June 1, 2011 [2 favorites]


Too bad there was nothing from 44 Inch Chest: "I want you dead. I think you owe me that."

Still, some of my faves made it. The Way of the Gun is massively underrated. So many great lines:

- I promise you a day of reckoning that you won't live long enough to never forget.

- The longest distance between two points is a kidnapper and his money.

- Karma's justice without the satisfaction. And I don't believe in justice.

- Need is the ultimate monkey.

- I'd never ask you to trust me. It's the cry of a guilty soul.

- We're not talking about how long you're gonna live. We're talking about how slow you're gonna die.

- You know what I'm gonna tell God when I see him? I'm gonna tell him I was framed.

- These days, they want to be criminals more than they want to commit crime.

- Fifteen million dollars is not money. It's a motive with a universal adaptor.

- "Open your eyes." "I don't want to see your faces." "Doesn't matter."
posted by dobbs at 8:49 PM on June 1, 2011 [2 favorites]


Soooo many men. I mean, really.
posted by rosa at 8:51 PM on June 1, 2011 [4 favorites]


'They Live' was included but w/out: "I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass...and I'm all out of bubblegum."??

Still, very satisfying.
posted by airing nerdy laundry at 8:55 PM on June 1, 2011



Soooo many men. I mean, really.


YES. I would love to see a women only video response.
posted by sweetkid at 8:57 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


I kinda wished Mr Hanrahan could have at least added a movie title to each scene. I mean, he had to have strung all of this together, right?

What? Hard to see anything from this part of the cave.
posted by CancerMan at 8:57 PM on June 1, 2011


Mister Moofoo- I always thought the best line was "Don't give me no gas, or I'll jump on your face and tattoo your chromosomes."

I'll tattoo your chromosomes is still my favorite threat.
posted by Hactar at 8:57 PM on June 1, 2011 [2 favorites]


Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die.
posted by shakespeherian at 9:00 PM on June 1, 2011 [13 favorites]


I was also happy to see Paddy Considine from Dead Man's Shoes.

My first choice and likewise pleased to see credit where it's due.
posted by Abiezer at 9:01 PM on June 1, 2011


Great list, I was surprised how many of my favorites showed up.

Still, the snippet included from True Romance does absolutely no justice to the scene (one of my personal favorites for so many complicated reasons) and includes at least one, much more eloquent and specific threat (which I was running through my head this morning for some reason:

"That smarts, doesn't it? Gettin' slammed in the nose. Fucks you all up. Get that pain shootin' through your brain, eyes fill up with water. That ain't any kind of fun, but what I have to offer you - that's as good as it's gonna get. And it won't ever get that good again."

Also, though it would have been too long for this, Brick Top's whole pig-feeding monologue from Snatch is one of my favorites.
posted by Navelgazer at 9:01 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


Hellraiser II is a stupid movie, but it contains the excellent line "...your suffering will be legendary even in Hell!"
posted by Sticherbeast at 9:04 PM on June 1, 2011


Also from that same scene in True Romance:

"I'm the anti-christ. You get me in a vendetta kind of mood, you tell the angels in heaven you've never seen evil so singularly personified as you did in the face of the man who killed you."
posted by Navelgazer at 9:07 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


WHAT? No __________?

New Myspace logo?
posted by Mike Mongo at 9:28 PM on June 1, 2011


I'll add another, though it wouldn't qualify, as it's from TV:

"One more thing. The first and last decision-making authority on this show will rest with Isaac Jaffe until Isaac Jaffe says otherwise, and if you ever disrespect him in my presence again, I will rededicate my life to ruining the rest of yours. And if you think I'm just mouthin' at you, ask around about me. I have absolutely no conscience about these sort of things."

Mostly because I love Bill Macy in bad-ass mode.
posted by Navelgazer at 9:40 PM on June 1, 2011


Yet another person thrilled to see Paddy Considine from Dead Man's Shoes. He actually scared me as somebody just watching a movie.

Most obvious omission: Michael Caine in Get Carter.
posted by stinkycheese at 9:58 PM on June 1, 2011


'They Live' was included but w/out: "I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass...and I'm all out of bubblegum."??

It turns up in the 100 Cheesiest Movie Quotes clip by the same guy. He also does a 100 greatest insults, but doesn't use my favorite from They Live: "Formaldehyde face!"
posted by stargell at 10:00 PM on June 1, 2011


Possibly the most noxious threat I've ever heard in a film? Michael Mann's 1981 film Thief has this doozy -

Leo: Look. I said fuckin' look at 'im! Look at what happened to ya friend 'cause you gotta go against the way the things go down. You treat what I try to do for you like shit? You don't wanna work for me, what's wrong with you? And then, you carry a piece, in my house! You one of those burned-out demolished wackos in the joint? You're scary, because you don't give a fuck. But don't come onto me now with your jailhouse bullshit 'cause you are not that guy, dont'chu get it, you prick? You got a home, car, businesses, family, n' I own the paper on ya whole fuckin' life. I'll put ya cunt wife on the street to be fucked in the ass by niggers and Puerto Ricans. Ya kids mine because I bought 'it. You got 'im on loan, he is leased, you are renting him. I'll whack out ya whole family. People'll be eatin' 'em in their lunch tomorrow in their Wimpyburgers and not know it. You get paid what I say. You do what I say, I run you, there is no discussion. I want, you work, until you are burned-out, you are busted, or you're dead... you get it? You got responsibilities - tighten up n' do it. Clean this mess up, get 'im outta here. Back to work, Frank.

posted by stinkycheese at 10:03 PM on June 1, 2011 [1 favorite]


Over one third of these were some variation of "I'm going to fucking fuck you the fuck up!"
posted by eye of newt at 10:48 PM on June 1, 2011


I'll add another, though it wouldn't qualify, as it's from TV:

"One more thing. The first and last decision-making authority on this show will rest with Isaac Jaffe until Isaac Jaffe says otherwise, and if you ever disrespect him in my presence again, I will rededicate my life to ruining the rest of yours. And if you think I'm just mouthin' at you, ask around about me. I have absolutely no conscience about these sort of things."

Mostly because I love Bill Macy in bad-ass mode.


I remember this, and one of the reasons it was so good was the build-up before it. Turns out, the whole scene is on YouTube!

Sports Night - Glass Tubes
posted by Mikey-San at 10:51 PM on June 1, 2011 [4 favorites]


I wish the threat from one of the Superfly films made it in, about hiring the Best Killers, they're white. Best threat EVER.
posted by Katjusa Roquette at 11:31 PM on June 1, 2011


Oh come on! How can you miss this threat?
posted by Proofs and Refutations at 12:07 AM on June 2, 2011


There's plenty of more typical physical threats in Night of the Hunter, but this is the one that's stuck with me.
posted by anotherbrick at 12:10 AM on June 2, 2011


"Come now or you will be late."

"Late? What for?"

"Late, as in the late Dentarthurdent. It's sort of a threat you see."
posted by Serial Killer Slumber Party at 12:51 AM on June 2, 2011 [2 favorites]


... before I make your head into a canoe...

Blatant historical inaccuracy aside, goddamn, Tombstone is one hell of a quotable movie.
posted by Ghidorah at 12:52 AM on June 2, 2011


He chose the wrong one from Carlito's Way
You think you're big time?? You're gonna die big time!
posted by leibniz at 1:33 AM on June 2, 2011


Bob Hoskins in the magnificent Long Good Friday. Nothing violent, just a nice turn of phrase.
posted by Decani at 4:40 AM on June 2, 2011


WHAT? No "Alright you Primitive Screwheads, listen up! You see this? This... is my boomstick!"
posted by chinston at 4:48 AM on June 2, 2011 [1 favorite]


To this day "Shut that cunt's mouth or I'll come over there and fuck-start her head" has been one of my favourite sayings. I use it oftentimes whilst waiting in the queue at a supermarket checkout or outside a busy nightclub.
posted by longbaugh at 5:04 AM on June 2, 2011


In Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere (the book anyway) there is an exchange that goes something like:

"If you come down right now, we'll only kill you."
"what if I don't come down?"
"Then you'll die knowing what your own liver tastes like."

I remember having to stop for a moment and admire that as the platonic threat to which all other threats aspire.
posted by Kid Charlemagne at 5:07 AM on June 2, 2011 [1 favorite]


I was also happy to see Paddy Considine from Dead Man's Shoes.

Too right... thought I'm partial this more direct approach. Although that's techinaly more of an insult than a threat... but, oh boy, the delivery.

Most obvious omission: Michael Caine in Get Carter.

Oh yes....
posted by fearfulsymmetry at 5:08 AM on June 2, 2011


Prince Humperdinck: First things first, to the death.
Westley: No. To the pain.
Prince Humperdinck: I don't think I'm quite familiar with that phrase.
Westley: I'll explain and I'll use small words so that you'll be sure to understand, you warthog faced buffoon.
Prince Humperdinck: That may be the first time in my life a man has dared insult me.
Westley: It won't be the last. To the pain means the first thing you will lose will be your feet below the ankles. Then your hands at the wrists. Next your nose.
Prince Humperdinck: And then my tongue I suppose, I killed you too quickly the last time. A mistake I don't mean to duplicate tonight.
Westley: I wasn't finished. The next thing you will lose will be your left eye followed by your right.
Prince Humperdinck: And then my ears, I understand let's get on with it.
Westley: WRONG. Your ears you keep and I'll tell you why. So that every shriek of every child at seeing your hideousness will be yours to cherish. Every babe that weeps at your approach, every woman who cries out, "Dear God! What is that thing," will echo in your perfect ears. That is what to the pain means. It means I leave you in anguish, wallowing in freakish misery forever.
Prince Humperdinck: I think you're bluffing.
Westley: It's possible, Pig, I might be bluffing. It's conceivable, you miserable, vomitous mass, that I'm only lying here because I lack the strength to stand. But, then again... perhaps I have the strength after all.
[slowly rises and points sword directly at the prince]
Westley: DROP... YOUR... SWORD!

posted by Dipsomaniac at 5:09 AM on June 2, 2011


MetaFilter: Tomorrow ve come back and ve cut off your Chonson.
posted by The Bellman at 6:58 AM on June 2, 2011


The Godfather is underrepresented here, isn't it? Lots of understated yet understood threats.

Maybe it didn't make it 'cause it was too long, but the garbage-can-lid beatdown by Sonny is a threat of what's to come, yes? "Touch my sister again, I'll kill you." By itself, maybe bland, but the real threat was that massive wordless violence.

And of course:

Hagen: He never asks a second favor when he's been refused a first, understood?

And then waking up with a horse's head next to you is non-verbal, but pretty potent.
posted by theplotchickens at 7:15 AM on June 2, 2011


I love Way of the Gun. I think it's a great crime movie, up there with The Killing and Miller's Crossing.

I hate the opening scene of Way of the Gun. It's not funny, and that "fuck start her head" line is way over the top. I would hate to think that its comparatively frequent exposure would make anyone who hasn't seen the film think that that's what the whole thing is like; it's misleading. It hints at the mania of a Tarantino film when what you're getting is the grace of classic noir, and it paints them as being a little hateful when they're simply indifferent about people for the rest of the film.
posted by heatvision at 7:23 AM on June 2, 2011


It's not really supposed to be funny though. On the director's commentary for TWOTG Chris McQuarrie talks about how he wanted to do a trailer for the film which was essentially Longbaugh and Parker breaking every single movie taboo to show that these men were not to be identified with, they weren't anti-heroes with good hearts but men who would do literally anything to make money and survive. Given that no studio would ever have given him the freedom to do that he changed his mind and did the next best thing and showed that they simply didn't give a fuck about anything. As the sirens get closer the camera pulls away and they are laughing about being beaten by the crowd.

Punching the woman in the face comes from an time when McQuarrie and a friend were walking a dog through a park and got into an altercation with a group of people playing frisbee (iirc). When it looked like a fight was going to start McQuarrie's companion turned to him and said something along the lines of "If we have to fight then hit the women first - we're going to get hammered either way but they'll have to go home and listen to their partners blame them".

I would say it's closer to a Peckinpah Western than a Noir movie although it obviously does have the moral dubiousness that we might associate with that genre.
posted by longbaugh at 7:38 AM on June 2, 2011 [2 favorites]


The Godfather is underrepresented here, isn't it? Lots of understated yet understood threats.

"What are you worried about? If I wanted to kill you you'd be dead already."
posted by kirkaracha at 7:45 AM on June 2, 2011 [1 favorite]


If it weren't for Joe Pesci and Al Pacino, this would be the The Fourteen Greatest Movie Threats of All Time.

If it weren't for those two, Jack Nicholson, and Samuel L. Jackson, this would be the Four Greatest Movie Threats of All Time.

Threats are better when they're implied, both in movies and in real life, and implied threats can't really be cut and diced up into a "100 greatest" compilation. When Richard Widmark pushes Mildred Dunnock down the stairs in "The Kiss of Death," it's a surprise, but the threat of Widmark has been running through the whole movie all along. You just know he's going to blow, it's just a matter of when, where, and how. Maybe just edit in Widmark's maniacal laughter or James Cagney's swagger. All the Tarantino and Scorsese bluster in the world can't match that.
posted by blucevalo at 7:50 AM on June 2, 2011


I was kind of impressed-- based on my knowledge of the movies in question, which was somewhat spotty-- with how many of these threats are unrealized.
posted by norm at 7:57 AM on June 2, 2011


Since I'm at work and can't actually watch this until later - can anyone confirm if it has Bruce Willis from "The Last Boyscout"?

There's a man who fulfils his promises - from "Touch me again and I'll kill you" to "If we ever get through this I'm going to dance a jig".
posted by longbaugh at 8:07 AM on June 2, 2011


YES. I would love to see a women only video response.

Slate feels the same way: Greatest (Female-Delivered) Movie Threats of All Time?
posted by kirkaracha at 8:27 AM on June 2, 2011


The Godfather is underrepresented here, isn't it? Lots of understated yet understood threats.

Indeed.

"Fredo, you're my older brother, and I love you. But don't ever take sides with anyone against the family again. Ever."

So understated, you had to wait to the end of the sequel for the payoff. ;-)
posted by Cool Papa Bell at 8:52 AM on June 2, 2011


Ruthless People: YOU'VE FUCKED WITH THE WRONG PERSON! My husband does business with the Mafia! When they track you down, you, your entire family, everyone you ever KNEW will all get chainsaw enemas!
posted by It's Never Lurgi at 9:17 AM on June 2, 2011


"Pray I don't alter it any further."

Pray I don't alter it any further.
posted by kmz at 9:41 AM on June 2, 2011 [3 favorites]


I kinda like Moe's threat to either Larry or Curly, "I'll moider you."
posted by digsrus at 10:12 AM on June 2, 2011 [1 favorite]


It's not really supposed to be funny though. On the director's commentary for TWOTG Chris McQuarrie talks about how he wanted to do a trailer for the film which was essentially Longbaugh and Parker breaking every single movie taboo to show that these men were not to be identified with, they weren't anti-heroes with good hearts but men who would do literally anything to make money and survive. Given that no studio would ever have given him the freedom to do that he changed his mind and did the next best thing and showed that they simply didn't give a fuck about anything. As the sirens get closer the camera pulls away and they are laughing about being beaten by the crowd.

I get the character development angle, except they also tell us that they don't give a fuck about anything in the narration during the opening credits and then demonstrate in the next scene at the clinic, so it just isn't necessary.

I am highly skeptical that the opening scene isn't meant to be funny. We have Sara Silverman, we have her boyfriend who looks like hipster Carrot Top, we have a bar called Dive, and the same kind of profanity-laden shit-talking that became a comic art in the many crime movies of the previous decade. I think it's more likely that McQuarrie was concerned that the opening narration and dead-serious depiction of "the natural order" and "need as the ultimate monkey" would be seen as pretentious, and wanted to win his audience over first with some humor.

The idea of the opening being funny is not a problem. There are many funny scenes throughout the film, the most memorable of which involve Mercer. My problem is that that scene literally feels like a different film to me. Like they got up off the pavement later and drove off into their own film during the credits.

Those quotes you mentioned are definitely Bruce Willis in The Last Boy Scout.
posted by heatvision at 11:37 AM on June 2, 2011 [1 favorite]


I'm with heatvision on the opening of Way of the Gun. I also hate the sperm donor interviews. After that, though, everything's golden.
posted by dobbs at 6:52 PM on June 2, 2011


I love the opening from The Way of the Gun, especially because it cuts through any perception of pretension or overseriousness. It's a bizarre, darkly funny interlude that also effectively shows how the two main characters are nasty, irredeemable, dishonorable crooks.
posted by Sticherbeast at 8:38 AM on June 3, 2011


I like the opening because, as mentioned above, it does show that they don't give a fuck. They start a fight, and, contrary to standard movie tropes, they get their asses stomped. It's a good way to let us know the two characters are in no way superhuman, and pretty damn funny.

If you've watched it with the commentary track, the writer and director say that they came up with the scene while walking their dogs at the dog run when a group came to play ultimate frisbee (in a dog run, mind you). The people playing were upset at all of the dogshit on what they thought was 'their' field, and the writer and director were the only people there with dogs. They started talking about what they should do if it became a physical confrontation, and the idea for the scene was born.
posted by Ghidorah at 4:27 PM on June 3, 2011


LA Noire has my favourite threat in a game.
posted by Dillonlikescookies at 2:10 AM on June 7, 2011


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