Here's our submission, from Terry Gilliam's "Brazil." The words come from Harry Tuttle, rogue heating engineer, played by Robert DeNiro:
"I came into this game for adventure -- go anywhere, travel light, get in, get out, wherever there's trouble, a man alone. Now they've got the whole country sectioned off and you can't move without a form. I'm the last of a breed."
Thanks for the shout-out Ron!
Larry and I were talking about doing a weekly/bi-weekly poll on what everyone's favorite quotes are from the submitted ones.
From Fat Jack to Ron Davis: "5 Points To Gryffinchatter for the wonderful shout out.
You know, I really hate that term, "shout-out". It reminds me of "Holla-back" which I'm too damn old to know what that means. Shout-out, holla-back, booty-call. Whatever. I ain't got my grill done or my hair did either, yo.
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