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The humor is in the misconception that a cosmetologist goes into space, which is weightless. The word Navin was confusing was COSMONAUT - an astronaut, or COSMOLOGIST - astrophysicist.
AH, nevermind. Mystery solved. It was the british tv show Skins. it was not a movie afterall. And i think it might have been cocaine, not pot.
It was really obvious to me. The heating floor and Ted are basically the same thing to her, comfort away from home. The chat she just had about Marie before going in Ted's house to get some deep and dirty to paraphrase Saul started to make her think that she might be a bit too harsh with Walt. That's also why she actually smiles when he picks up Holly (the ...
You might mean the nanny's suicide in The Omen. She hangs herself from a building after shouting, "[Damien], it's all for you". The remake from 2006 faithfully reenacts the scene with the same dialogue (pic here) so you might mean that. Here is the scene from the original movie [Warning: disturbing]: ...
Are you possibly thinking of the Seinfeld episode (s08e03) "The Bizarro Jerry", where Jerry goes out on a date with a beautiful, blonde woman but complains that she has "man hands" -- punctuated by having an actual husky man's hands shown in place of hers. Here is a video of what sounds exactly like the scene you're describing: ...
The joke is that most taxi drivers are foreign, with names that are difficult for Americans to pronounce. Sometimes cabbies give themselves English sounding names to make it easier for their passengers. Think about that scene from Horrible Bosses when the OnStar employee directs the guys to the bar where they met Jamie Foxx.
Shots like this used to be prohibitively expensive because they required helicopters. Now, amateur filmmakers can use miniature helicopters with HD video cameras mounted on them. The results are pretty great! You would need to make sure that the video quality and color matches the rest of your film, of course, but you can fix a lot of that in post ...
Sounds like The Court Jester with Danny Kaye from 1955: Set in medieval England, the plot concerns the struggle to restore to the throne the rightful heir, a baby with a distinguishing birthmark, the purple pimpernel on his posterior. Danny Kaye plays Hubert Hawkins, an ex-carnival entertainer who becomes minstrel to the Black Fox, a Robin Hood-type ...
She's saying something that's very childish, that someone much younger (say five or six years old) might say. She's being told to act her age, i.e. act like a twelve years old, not someone of a much younger age. Note: You've asked a few questions of this type recently. I'd strongly suggest checking out the Stack site for English Language Learners, where ...
When you send your shirt to be cleaned, you can ask them to starch your collar to keep it from curling. So Bobby is just humorously saying that the cervical collar is the result of the launderers over-starching Karl's shirt collar rather than his injury.
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