Movie Quotes results for Tinsel
Movie Name: Grim & Evil (2001)
Mandy: Grim, everyone knows that Santa is an invention designed by
the big five corporations to sell tinsel and video games to an
Grim: The whole "childhood wonder" stage just blew right past you,
Movie Name: Fight Club (1999)
Marla Singer: I got this dress at a thrift store for one dollar.
Narrator: It was worth every penny.
Marla Singer: Its a bridesmaids dress. Someone loved it intensely
for one day, and then tossed it. Like a Christmas tree. So special.
Then, bam, its on the side of the road. [Grabs Narrators crotch]
Tinsel still clinging to it. Like a sex crime victim. Underwear
inside out. Bound with electrical tape.
Narrator: Well, then it suits you.
Marla Singer: You can borrow it sometime.
Movie Name: The League of Gentlemen (1999)
Doctor Matthew Chinnery: [to a dog] Hello old girl. Oh, you really
are on your last legs arent you? Had a good innings, eh? Chased a
few cats, chewed a few bones. Well, you wont be in pain for much
longer. Oh, dont mind this. Just a silly little needle.
[the dog whimpers as he injects it, but he pets, and soothes it]
Dr. Matthew Chinnery: Off to the land of nod. Good dog.
[Farmer Tinsel then enters carrying another dog]
Farmer Tinsel: Ugh, the galstones made him put on weight Mr.
Dr. Matthew Chinnery: What have you got there?
Farmer Tinsel: Heres Blacko. The poorly one. The one I want putting
Dr. Chinnery: And this one, the... sleeping one.
Farmer Tinsel: Whiskey. My litle angel she is. Arent you pet?
Dr. Matthew Chinnery: I wonder if you can take a seat Mr. Tinsel, I
have some rather upsetting news.
Movie Name: Captain Simian & The Space Monkeys (1996)
Spydor: [firing at aliens] Take that ya big tinsel-headed robot
Spydor: [lazers bounce of aliens without effect] Heh - whaddaya know?
They took it...
Movie Name: The Santa Clause (1994)
E.L.F.S. Leader: Tinsel. Not just for decoration.
Movie Name: Frasier (1993)
Dr. Frasier Crane: Hi, were back. As most of my faithful listeners
know, every year I compose a parable that I hope will illuminate
the spirit of the Christmas season. So without any further ado, I
give you "The Story of Olaf, the lonely little goatherd."
[He plays a tape of barnyard noises. Bulldog and Gil sneak in via
Dr. Frasier Crane: [reading] "Once upon a time, there lived a lonely
little goatherd. He had no family, and no playthings, so to amuse
himself, one day he carved a little wooden flute...”
[Bulldog and Gil drape him in tinsel and lights]
Dr. Frasier Crane: [ignoring them] "A flute that he used to play
during the long, lonely evenings. And the tune it made was very
lovely, and all the people in the village below could hear the
pure, glorious sound...”
[mutes the microphone]
Dr. Frasier Crane: This is all very amusing, but nothing you can do
is going to distract me!
[Bulldog plugs in the lights, and he and Gil laugh]
Dr. Frasier Crane: [keeps reading] "One day, the son of a wealthy
merchant heard the music, and while that boy had all the toys in
the world, he was jealous of this little goatherds flute."
[Bulldog tries to burn Frasiers script with a cigarette lighter]
Dr. Frasier Crane: "So, one dark-"
[blows out Bulldogs lighter]
Dr. Frasier Crane: "-night, one dark-"
[blows it out again]
Dr. Frasier Crane: -windy night, The merchants son stole his
precious instrument, but when he took that flute home, he couldnt
make it play. So he smashed the flute to bits."
[Bulldog and Gil return with Candy, a stripper disguised under a
Dr. Frasier Crane: "When the little goatherd came down the mountain
the next day, and saw his flute was broken...”
[Candy whips off her belt and jacket to reveal a fur-lined bra]
Dr. Frasier Crane: YIKES!...”He might have said that, but instead he
forgave the merchants son. And the wealthy merchant adopted the
little goatherd, and...”
[Candy rips off her pants, revealing a garter belt and lacy
Dr. Frasier Crane: OH, MAMA!...”he said, upon meeting the merchants
wife, and somewhere along the way, he learned the true meaning of
Christmas." This is Dr. Frasier Crane, wishing you a truly blessed
and forgiving holiday.
[off the air]
Dr. Frasier Crane: There now, you see? Nice try. Miss Kanes
delightful performance aside, this just proves the power of my
message cannot be stayed... for Gods sakes, what am I, a robot?
[He grabs Candy and kisses her passionately]
Dr. Frasier Crane: And to all a good night.
Movie Name: Seinfeld (1990)
Cosmo Kramer: What do you use for decoration?
Frank Costanza: An aluminum pole. I find tinsel distracting.
Movie Name: Happy Families (1985)
Guy Fuddle: LOOK! Will you just sell me a box of BLOODY fireworks and
a string of BLOODY TINSEL! PLEASE!
Movie Name: Mamas Family (1983)
Iola Lucille Boyland: Im glad I put the tinsel on strand-by-strand.
It gives the tree such symmetry.
Bubba Higgins: Yeah, and it balances it out, too.
Movie Name: Cheers (1982)
Frasier: Oh, joy, Christmas Eve. By this time tomorrow, millions of
Americans, knee-deep in tinsel and wrapping paper will utter those
heartfelt words, Is this all I got?
Movie Name: The Greatest Show on Earth (1952)
Narrator: We bring you the circus, pied piper whose magic tunes greet
children of all ages, from six to 60, into a tinsel and spun-candy
world of reckless beauty and mounting laughter and whirling
thrills; of rhythm, excitement and grace; of blaring and daring and
dance; of high-stepping horses and high-flying stars. But behind
all this, the circus is a massive machine whose very life depends
on discipline and motion and speed. A mechanized army on wheels,
that rolls over any obstacle in its path, that meets calamity again
and again, but always comes up smiling. A place where disaster and
tragedy stalk the big top, haunt the backyard, and ride the circus
train. Where death is constantly watching for one frayed rope, one
weak link, or one trace of fear. A fierce, primitive fighting force
that smashes relentlessly forward against impossible odds. That is
the circus. And this is the story of the biggest of the big tops,
and of the men and women who fight to make it "The Greatest Show on
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