Saturday, February 28, 2009

Silver Fox and Chicks

Here we are with the final top ten list. The Silver Fox made a list of 25 which included many repeat actors and more than a few chicks. What is that? Does he actually think women could crack a top 100 list, let alone top 25? Lets get serious fox. Also I know you are a Dylan fan, but the late great Heath Ledger as Robbie in I'm Not There at number two? Ridiculous. Did you not see Dark Knight?

Silver Fox's Top Ten

10. Lewis Scott- Damon Wayans- Celtic Pride

9. JJ Jake Gittes- Jack Nicholson- Chinatown

8. Frank Slade- Al Pacino- Scent of a Woman

7. Thomas Fowler- Michael Caine- Quiet American

6. Idi Amin- Forest Whitaker- Last King of Scotland

5. Walter E. Kurtz- Marlon Brando- Apocalypse Now

4. Llewellyn Moss (left)- Josh Brolin- No Country For Old Men

3. Mookie- Spike Lee- Do the Right Thing

2. Robbie- Heath Ledger- I'm Not There

1. Matthew Poncelet- Sean Penn- Dead Man Walking

Friday, February 27, 2009

Survivor Tocantins- Week 3


Ok it is now official. I did the absolute worst job drafting my survivor team. My second player, Jerry, was voted off this week and it looks as though Erinn is next if Jalopao wins immunity next week. So Mags, Lar, Jaydon if any of you want the great Joe who killed it in this week's challenges I'm for a trade for two weaker players.

Now about the game play of this week. If I were on Timbura I would get this 'Coach' character out immediately. He is my least favorite person in all of the Survivor and Big Brother that I have watched. He is completely annoying and also trying to control what the group is doing. And he isn't even good at competitions! Get rid of this clown. Tyson on the other hand is awesome. "I love to see people cry when they're eliminated," he says.

Week 3 Results

Freecell Makes Me Wanna 1st (84)

Brendan: 4
Spencer: 16
Sydney: 16
Debbie: 4
Total= 40

Slaughterhouse 2nd (80)

Tyson: 4
Stephen: 16
Taj: 16
Sierra: 4
Total= 40

Rangers Stars Mavericks Cowboys 3rd (47)

JT: 16
Sandy: 16
Coach: 4
Total= 36

The Renegades 4th (6)

Joe: 16
Jerry: -24
Erinn: 0
Total= -8

Thursday, February 26, 2009

He's The Boss

With a last second entry, The Boss has joined in on the list making enjoyment. In the interest of keeping my job I will now skip all of the smarmy comments and say that I thoroughly enjoyed this list.

The Boss's Top Ten

10. Mickey Goldmill- Burgess Meredith- Rocky

9. Simon Wilder- Joe Pesci- With Honors

8. Ben Braddock- Dustin Hoffman- The Graduate

7. The Joker- Heath Ledger- The Dark Knight

6. Doc Holliday- Val Kilmer- Tombstone

5. Jonathan Shale- Tom Berenger- The Substitute

4. Will Hunting- Matt Damon- Good Will Hunting

3. Irwin Fletcher- Chevy Chase- Fletch

2. Verbal Kint- Kevin Spacey- The Usual Suspects

1. Joe Clark (left)- Morgan Freeman- Lean on Me

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Jay-sone's Decade

As my superior and probably my most loyal reader, Jay-sone gets in on the list making action with his top ten characters. This dude really had himself a good time watching movies in the 90s. All but one of his top ten characters were created in the 1990s. Some might say that Jay needs to get with the times, but not me, I am a big fan of the nineties...great decade. As far as decades of the past century go, the 90s are up there for me as one of the best.

Top Decades

1. Sixties
2. Nineties
3. Twenties
4. Seventies
5. Eighties
6. Fifties
7. Aughts
8. Teens
9. Forties
10. Thirties

Jay-sone's Top Ten

10. Troy Dyer- Ethan Hawke- Reality Bites

9. Tyrone C. Love- Marlon Wayans- Requiem for a Dream

8. Andrew Beckett- Tom Hanks- Philadelphia

7. R.P. McMurphy- Jack Nicholson- One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

6. Frank Slade- Al Pacino- Scent of a Woman

5. Mr. Pink- Steve Buscemi- Reservoir Dogs

4. Raoul Duke- Johnny Depp- Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

3. Banky Edwards- Jason Lee- Chasing Amy

2. Rob Gordon- John Cusack- High Fidelity

1. Jeffrey Lebowski (left)- Jeff Bridges- The Big Lebowski

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

The Lochness Quest

So late last year as I was gearing up for graduation, Lochness was deciding to end his collegiate basketball career early. A junior this year he made the choice to quit Brewers basketball so that he could have the time to enjoy other endeavors. Now you and I both know that this meant that he needed more time to finish off the IMDB Top 250. Eight of his top ten characters come from top 250 movies. His television watching has certainly not increased from what I can tell over the past half a year. Anytime I ask the Locksmith about Lost or Office he has no idea what I'm talking about. This is a dude who truly wishes he was on the up and up in the television world, but fails miserably.

Lochness's Top Ten

10. Dr. Strangelove- Peter Sellers- Dr. Strangelove

9. Sam Spade- Humphrey Bogart- Maltese Falcon

8. Bernard Campbell- Vince Vaughn- Old School

7. Teddy KGB- John Malkovich- Rounders

6. Sanjuro Kuwabatake- Toshiro Mifune- Yojimbo

5. Maximus- Russell Crowe- Gladiator

4. Terry Malloy- Marlon Brando- On the Waterfront

3. Johnny Clay- Sterling Hayden- The Killing

2. Jesus Quintana- John Turturro- The Big Lebowski

1. Verbal Kint (left)- Kevin Spacey- Usual Suspects

Monday, February 23, 2009

No Sanka for Jaydon

Being the great Jamaican that he is, I was very surprised when I didn't find Sanka Coffie in his top ten movie characters. Actually I was surprised when his entire top didn't look like this...

1. Sanka Coffie- Cool Runnings
2. Derice Bannock- Cool Runnings
3. Yul Brenner- Cool Runnings
4. Junior Bevil- Cool Runnings
5. Mr. Coolidge- Cool Runnings
6. Momma Coffie- Cool Runnings
7. Push Cart Derby Starter- Cool Runnings
8. Joy Bannock- Cool Runnings
9. Whitby Bevil Sr.- Cool Runnings
10. Ben Bannock(only in a picture)- Cool Runnings

Either way I was a big fan of Jaydon's list, especially since he gave some love to Jack Kelly and Ronald F. Burgandy. Also big ups for Linderman getting the number one spot.

Jaydon's Top Ten

10. James Bond(left)- Daniel Craig- Casino Royale

9. Jack Kelly- Christian Bale- Newsies

8. Willy Wonka- Gene Wilder- Willy Wonka

7. R.P. McMurphy- Jack Nicholson- One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

6. Ron Burgundy- Will Ferrell- Anchorman

5. Hannibal Lecter- Anthony Hopkins- Silence of the Lambs

4. The Joker- Heath Ledger- The Dark Knight

3. Borat Sagdiyev- Sacha Baron Cohen- Borat

2. Tyler Durden- Brad Pitt- Fight Club

1. Alex DeLarge- Malcolm McDowell- A Clockwork Orange

Fantasy LL Championship

Championship Babyyy! My first fantasy league championships in a while. Seeing that I was the only one who made a lineup change the entire season, it was well deserved. Other than a little props to Lar for winning the Awful Bowl, I'd like to salute my squad for a fantastic season.


Intercepting the Intersect
F Sam Simmons, RPI(middle left)- 64, 31, 26=121
G Jay Simpson, HAM(middle right)- 24, 25, 18=67
F Matt Covucci, UNI(top right)- 29, 33=62
G Brian Butterworth, VAS(top left)- 32, 23, 31= 86
F George Koduah, CLK(bottom)- 22, 22= 44
Total= 380


F It- We'll Do It Live (4-2)
F Harlee Wood, HAM- 20, 40, 42=102
G Ralph Temgoua, SLU- 27, 20=47
F Matt Nunn, VAS- 23, 27, 26=76
G Gerard O'Shea, SKD- 39, 48=87
G/F Adam Salzmann, HOB- 21, 14, 28=63
Total= 375


The Great Muppet Capers (4-2)...1958
G Tom Wopperer, SLU- 27, 27=54
F Richard Williams, SLU- 44, 39= 83
G/F Joey Davis, VAS- 23, 30, 43=96
F Bela Vonnak, SLU- 23, 9=32
G Caleb McGraw, VAS- 25, 34, 21= 80
Total= 345


CountryJess (2-4)...1941
G Josh Sharlow, SLU- 34, 30=74
G Steve Madej, UNI- 31, 26=57
G/F Garrett Sharlow, SLU- 24, 19=43
F Drew Desmarais, UNI- 50, 22= 72
F Jon Douglas, SKD- 24, 8=32
Total= 268

Awful Bowl

Henry Gale's Heroes (1-5)...1674
G Rob Estep, HOB- 39, 45, 17=101
G Lance Wilson, HAM- 10, 22, 24=56
G/F Tim Llewellyn, HOB- 34, 33, 12=79
F Joey Lokitis, UNI- 26, 38=64
F Bobby Langford, SKD- /, /=0
Total= 300


Alpha Q (1-5)...1912
G Brandon Linton, CLK- 30, 31=61
G Lenny Holt, VAS- 38, 34, 20=92
F Tim Rupp, RPI- 24, 6, 16=46
G/F Jeff Altimar, SKD- 28, 15=43
F Ricky Philatre, RPI- 32, 8, 16=56
Total= 298

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Reservoir Dogs

As some know I am currently attempting to broaden my movie watching ability with recent viewings of 'On the Waterfront', 'The Sting' and 'Dr. Strangelove'. The first two I thoroughly enjoyed and Strangelove didn't really do it for me. With influence from The Boss and Jay-sone I was turned on to the Tarantino films (of which I had seen none). Last night I threw in 'Reservoir Dogs' and came out of the experience very happy. Not to say that I get happy when everyone in a movie dies, but it was a great flick.


The beginning was fantastic. With a cold open that leads into what I like to call a "slow-mo walking with music doing intros" scene, it got me excited for the rest of the film. The cold open was great because I immediately connected with Buscemi's character, Mr. Pink. He didn't leave a tip for the waitress because he doesn't believe in it. He had my thoughts of the past ten years exactly. Why do waitresses deserve tips for doing their job? This leads into my over the top theory that so many thank yous are unnecessary. Why thank the bus driver when getting off? He's driving you because he gets paid to do it. Are you thanking him for not getting into an accident or turning around and shooting you in the head? Also the thank you for someone who opens the door as the leave somewhere and you're entering, unnecessary. They're leaving anyway, they are not opening the door solely so that you don't have to. Ridiculous.

Anyway where was I, oh yes, the movie. Other unbelievable moment was when the rest of the crew leaves and Mr. Blonde, played by Michael Madsen, is left with the hostage of a cop. When he puts on 'Stuck in the Middle' by Steelers Wheel and starts dancing it really got me going. I fell in love with The Matador all over again. And then there is the ending when everyone shoots each other. With some discussion with Jay-sone it seems that Mr. White got off two shots, killing Joe and Eddie, before he hits the ground. Now according to Chris Penn something went wrong with the stunt and he began to fall to the ground before White got his second shot off but in the fast action of it, I couldn't tell any of that. I loved the fact that Mr. Pink snuck out and got away scott free.

Top Reservoir Dogs

1. Mr. Blonde- Michael Madsen
2. Mr. Pink- Steve Buscemi
3. Nice Guy Eddie- Chris Penn
4. Mr. Brown- Quentin Tarantino
5. Mr. Orange- Tim Roth
6. Joe- Lawrence Tierney
7. Mr. Blue- Eddie Bunker
8. Mr. White- Harvey Keitel

Spoiler Alert
Ending showdown scene

Friday, February 20, 2009

Old Man T-Time

For a dude that prides himself in loving old movies, and by old movies I mean anything before 1980, Timothy H. Time has six new movie characters to four old ones. This is such a slap in the face to the 300 dvds he has from the 50s and 60s. While we're on the subject of list making, during the summers I worked at the fabulous DeLorme Map Company, T-time and I would make lists of everything and anything and then vote on them. One of our original goals was to end up with a master list of the greatest people in the world (actors, athletes, musicians, actual people we know, etc.) Due to the fact that I am now residing in CT this never happened, and aren't we all sad because of it.

T-time's Top Ten

10. Captain Ron- Kurt Russell- Captain Ron

9. Mr. Miyagi- Pat Morita- Karate Kid

8. Ivanhoe Martin- Jimmy Cliff- The Harder They Come

7. Doc Holliday- Val Kilmer- Tombstone

6. Eddie Felson- Paul Newman- The Hustler

5. Captain James Hook- Dustin Hoffman- Hook

4. David Ruffin- Leon- The Temptations

3. Rick Blaine- Humphrey Bogart- Casablanca

2. Dignan- Owen Wilson- Bottle Rocket

1. Man With No Name (left)- Clint Eastwood- The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Survivor Tocantins- Week 2


Wow did my squad take a turn for the worst last night. I don't care if I lost a player, I am glad Candace got booted...she was the worst. Scratch that, Sandy is the worst but Candace was also terrible. Kate Hudson (Sierra) survived another week even though her tribe seemed to think she was doing terrible in the challenge. I disagree and thought she was doing as well as any other chick, except for Eddie George's beast of a fullback of a wife, Taj. She was plowing through dudes to score. Also I thought I was gonna hate Tyson but I'm definitely starting to like him. The action between him and Jerry at the end was great. They were just chillin' out talking about how crazy everyone was being and I enjoyed. In the results below there should be nothing strange except for the ten point bonus for JT because of the leadership role he has taken on. Anyone has a quarrel with that let me know.

Week 2 Results

Freecell Makes Me Wanna 1st (44)

Brendan: 2
Spencer: 10
Sydney: 10
Debbie: 2
Total= 24

Slaughterhouse 2nd (40)

Tyson: 2
Stephen: 10
Taj: 10
Sierra: -2
Total= 20

The Renegades 3rd (14)

Joe: 10
Jerry: 2
Candace: -28
Erinn: 2
Total= -14

Rangers Stars Mavericks Cowboys 4th (11)

JT: 20
Sandy: 10
Benjamin: 2

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Larry's Legends

And starting at forward, a 6'3" senior captain, the leading scorer in Vassar College history, Liberty League Player of the Year....Larry Aveetoobahbalabeeeyyyyyy!!! So not only does Lar enjoy making lists as much as the next guy, but he can make some dang good lists. This one I thoroughly enjoyed.

Larry's Top Ten

10. Tyler Durden- Brad Pitt- Fight Club

9. Roy McAvoy- Kevin Costner- Tin Cup

8. Ron Burgandy- Will Ferrell- Anchorman

7. Will Hunting- Matt Damon- Good Will Hunting

6. Westley- Cary Elwes- The Princess Bride

5. Verbal Kint- Kevin Spacey- Usual Suspects

4. John Creasy- Denzel Washington- Man on Fire

3. Red (left)- Morgan Freeman- Shawshank Redemption

2. Roy O'Bannon- Owen Wilson- Shanghai Noon

1. Captain Jack Sparrow- Johnny Depp- Pirates of the Caribbean

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Classic JJ

I have six different dude's top ten movie character lists that I will post. The order that I'll post them in will be how closely they resemble my likes and dislikes...With that let's see the greatness of

JJ's Top Ten

10. Ryan Harrison- Leslie Nielsen- Wrongfully Accused

9. Vernon Baxter- Kevin Nealon- Principal Take a Holiday

8. Chester Lee- Rodney Dangerfield- Ladybugs

7. Alfred Borden (left)- Christian Bale- The Prestige

6. Derek Huff- Adam Scott- Step Brothers

5. Kevin McCallister- Macauley Culkin- Home Alone 2

4. Buddy the Elf- Will Ferrell- Elf

3. Bob Wiley- Bill Murray- What About Bob?

2. Randolph Dupree- Owen Wilson- You, Me and Dupree

1. Bartholemew Hunt- Chris Farley- Almost Heroes

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Fantasy LL- Week 5

Nothing to note this week other than the fact that I had the highest score, Larry finally didn't have the worst, and Sam Simmons is a complete beast week in and week out. If he doesn't get the POY I'll be very upset.

1. Intercepting the Intersect (5-0)...1802
2. F It- We'll Do It Live (4-1)...1573
3. The Great Muppet Capers (3-2)...1613
4. CountryJess (2-3)...1673
5. Alpha Q (1-4)...1614
6. Henry Gale's Heroes (0-5)...1374

Intercepting the Intersect (5-0)...1802

F Sam Simmons, RPI- 65, 77= 142
G Jay Simpson, HAM- 13, 27= 40
F Matt Covucci, UNI- 31, 14= 45
G Brian Butterworth, VAS- 23, 48= 71
F Elson Pickering, CLK- 3, /=3

Total= 301

F It- We'll Do It Live (4-1)...1573

F Harlee Wood, HAM- 27, 29= 56
G Ralph Temgoua, SLU- 22, 14= 36
F Matt Nunn, VAS- 48, 27= 75
G Gerard O'Shea, SKD- 18, 19= 37
G/F Adam Salzmann, HOB- 23, 29= 52


Henry Gale's Heroes (0-5)

G Rob Estep, HOB- 31, 20= 51
G Lance Wilson, HAM- 31, 24= 55
G/F Tim Llewellyn, HOB- 35, 48= 83
F Joey Lokitis, UNI- 33, 14= 47
F Bobby Langford, SKD- 5, /=5

Total= 241

Alpha Q (1-4)

G Brandon Linton, CLK- 23, 29= 52
G Lenny Holt, VAS- 27, 41= 68
F Tim Rupp, RPI- 15, 33= 48
G/F Jeff Altimar, SKD- 30, 32= 62
F Ricky Philatre, RPI- 41, 21= 62

Total= 292

CountryJess (2-3)

G Josh Sharlow, SLU- 32, 42= 74
G Steve Madej, UNI- 23, 16= 39
G/F Garrett Sharlow, SLU- 25, 24= 49
F Drew Desmarais, UNI- 38, /=38
F Jon Douglas, SKD- 15, 17= 32

Total= 232

The Great Muppet Capers (3-2)...1613

G Tom Wopperer, SLU- 29, 26= 55
F Richard Williams, SLU- 36, 15= 51
G/F Joey Davis, VAS- 52, 44= 96
F Bela Vonnak, SLU- 27, 25= 52
G Caleb McGraw, VAS- 10, 11= 21

Total= 275

Friday, February 13, 2009

Survivor Tocantins- Week 1

Of my top eight going into this year's draft I got three, Mags got three, Jaydon got two and Larry got zero. But he did get my least and third least favorite heading into season two of the Bro Out Fantasy Survivor League.

We felt the scoring was a bit off last year and have adjusted some of the points.
-With each round a player makes it through they will receive...
-Backstabbing still worth 20
-Man sh*t is still 10
-Votes against a player are still -4
-Individual challenge winners receive 10 for reward and 20 for immunity
-Team challenge winners get 4 for reward and 8 for immunity
-Labeled the leader is 10
-Make it to the merger and receive 8 bonus points

The first ep was last night and let's just say things started off where they ended last year, with Larry's squad getting booted in the first tribal. God is this kid terrible at fantasy. Real nice at solitaire though. I don't think anyone will be able to catch me with this nice eight point lead I've racked up here.

Squads and Week 1 Results

The Renegades 1st (28)

Joe: 1
Jerry: 9
Candace: 9
Erinn: 9
Total= 28

Freecell Makes Me Wanna Tie 2nd (20)

Brendan: 9
Spencer: 1
Sydney: 1
Debbie: 9
Total= 20

Slaughterhouse Tie 2nd (20)

Tyson: 9
Stephen: 1
Taj: 1
Sierra: 9
Total= 20

Rangers Stars Mavericks Cowboys 4th (-21)

JT: 1
Carolina: -28
Sandy: -3
Benjamin: 9

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Movie Characters: 10-1

10. Mike O'Hara- Daniel Stern- Celtic Pride
Mike: “It's just Jimmy. He's in there whipping up a bunt cake.”

9. Chester Lee- Rodney Dangerfield- Ladybugs

Chester: “What a lady. When she walks in a room, mice jump on chairs. At Christmas they hang her and kiss the mistletoe. I tell ya if she went to a dog show, she'd win.”

8. Buddy the Elf- Will Ferrell- Elf
Buddy: “I thought maybe we could make ginger bread houses, and eat cookie dough, and go ice skating, and maybe even hold hands.”

7. Jack Kelly- Christian Bale- Newsies
Jack: Well, that's the first thing ya gotta learn, headlines don't sell papes. Newsies sell papes.”

6. Captain Jack Sparrow- Johnny Depp- Pirates of the Caribbean

Captain Jack: “When you marooned me on that God forsaken spit of land, you forgot one very important thing, mate....I'm Captain Jack Sparrow.”

5. Dr. Evil- Mike Myers- Austin Powers in Goldmember

Dr. Evil: “I'd just like to point out that no one else in my gene pool runs like a girl.”

4. Gil Renard- Robert De Niro- The Fan
Gil: “A simple thank you would have been nice.”

3. Bob Wiley- Bill Murray- What About Bob?

Fay: “You want more salad Bob?”
Bob: “Yeah, I think I do...pile it high and deep would ya please?”

2. Bartholomew Hunt- Chris Farley- Almost Heroes
Hunt: “Fearsome beasts of the mountains and plains. I've seen a bear so powerful...that it snapped a man's body in half with his huge jaws.”

1. Roy O'Bannon- Owen Wilson- Shanghai Noon
Roy: “Oh nothing I just killed him, how'd you do?”

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Movie Characters: 20-11

20. Happy Gilmore- Adam Sandler- Happy Gilmore
Happy: “Hey, my girlfriend is dead, you know. She fell off a cliff and died on impact.”

19. Cal Naughton Jr.- John C. Reilly- Talladega Nights

Cal: “I like to picture Jesus in a tuxedo T-Shirt because it says I want to be formal, but I'm here to party.”

18. Henry 'Indiana' Jones- Harrison Ford- Indiana Jones
Indiana: “Listen. Since I've met you I've nearly been incinerated, drowned, shot at, and chopped into fish bait. We're caught in the middle of something sinister here, my guess is dad found out more than he was looking for and until I'm sure, I'm going to continue to do things the way I think they should be done.”

17. Roy McAvoy- Kevin Costner- Tin Cup
Tin Cup: “It's a lock! I hit my 7-iron like John Daly hits the 3.”

16. Vernon Baxter- Kevin Nealon- Principal Takes a Holiday

Vernon: (on the school loudspeaker) “We have a sale on all canned cling peaches in isle three...(laughs) I’ve always wanted to do that.”

15. Clark Griswold- Chevy Chase- Vegas Vacation

Clark: “Sweet for me Marty, you’re finished.”

14. Iggy- Rob Schneider- Surf Ninjas
Mac: “I'd put that knife down if I were you!”
Iggy: “Seriously, if you don't want chives, I won’t put ‘em in.”
Mac: “Not helping, and don't your parents ever feed ya, and don't they ever provide you with enough clothing besides MY BOXER SHORTS!"
Iggy: [Looks down at the Shorts He's wearing] "These are yours?"

13. Captain James Hook- Dustin Hoffman- Hook
Hook: “Peter. I swear to you wherever you go, wherever you are, I vow there will always be daggers buried in notes signed James Hook. They will be flung into doors of your children's children's children, do you hear me?”
Pan: “What do you want, old man?”
Hook: “Just you.”

12. Kevin McCallister- MaCauley Culkin- Home Alone 2

Kevin: “I'm not apologizing to Buzz. I'd rather kiss a toilet seat!”

11. Garth Algar- Dana Carvey- Wayne's World

Del: “Any questions?”
Garth: “Yes, I have a question. When did you turn into a nutbar?”

Monday, February 9, 2009

Movie Characters: 30-21

30. Robert ‘Rusty’ Ryan- Brad Pitt- Ocean’s Eleven
Rusty: “Look, it's not in my nature to be mysterious. But I can't talk about it and I can't talk about why.”

29. Brian Fantana- Paul Rudd- Anchorman

Brian: “No, she gets a special cologne... It's called Sex Panther by Odeon. It's illegal in nine countries... Yep, it's made with bits of real panther, so you know it's good.”

28. Zachary ‘Sack’ Lodge- Bradley Cooper- Wedding Crashers

Sack: “You know, you can just cut that psycho babble bullshit your mom tells you ok? You wanna help me out? Do ya? Do ya kid? Why don't you go get me a 7Up, ok? All right, 'cause I think I might get vulnerable again.”

27. Steve Prefontaine- Jared Leto- Prefontaine

Pre: “I’m not thinking about making the team. I’m thinking about gold in Munich.”

26. Kirk Lazarus- Robert Downey Jr. – Tropic Thunder
Lazarus: “Man, I don't drop character 'till I done the DVD commentary.”

25. Darth Vader- James Earl Jones/David Prouse- Star Wars

Darth Vader: “If you only knew the power of the Dark Side. Obi-Wan never told you what happened to your father.”
Luke: “He told me enough! He told me YOU killed him!”
Darth Vader: “No. I am your father.”

24. White Goodman- Ben Stiller- Dodgeball

White: “There's no reason we need to be shackled by the strictures of the employee-employer relationship. Unless you're into that sort of thing. In which case, I got some shackles in the back. I'm just kidding. But seriously, I've got 'em.”

23. Rod Kimble- Andy Samberg- Hot Rod

Rod: “Um, I was gonna ask you who you think would win in a fight between... a grilled cheese sandwich and a taco.”
Denise: “Well, I think the grilled cheese sandwich - in a fair fight. But if it was prison rules, I'd put my money on the taco.”
Rod: “Wow, that's pretty racist, but correct. I'll see you later.”

22. The Joker- Heath Ledger- The Dark Knight
The Joker: “Oh, you. You just couldn't let me go, could you? This is what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object. You are truly incorruptible, aren't you? Huh? You won't kill me out of some misplaced sense of self-righteousness. And I won't kill you because you're just too much fun. I think you and I are destined to do this forever.”

21. Lloyd Christmas- Jim Carrey- Dumb and Dumber

Lloyd: “Why you going to the airport, flying somewhere?”
Mary: “How'd you guess?”
Lloyd: “I saw your luggage, then when I noticed the airline ticket I put 2 and 2 together.”