I amuse you?
Posted by ESC on January 04, 2005
In Reply to: Are You Talking To Me? posted by Bob on January 04, 2005
: : : : Can you people tell me more about famous filmy quote 'Are You Talking To Me?'
: : : : In what context people use this line?
: : : : Thanks
: : : : SB
: : : It's from "Taxi Driver" -- http://www.msu.edu/user/svoboda1/taxi_driver/sounds.html
: : : In my experience, it's used by most people as a goof. In a humorous fashion.
: : That's interesting because in my experience it is used as an aggressive challenge: the implication being that if 'you' are talking to 'me' there will be trouble.
: : DFG
: You're both right. The hostility is in inverse proportion to the square of your distance from New York. In Kansas, it;s an amusing film reference. At 125th and Amsterdam Avenue, it's a danger signal.
I've got your menacing movie quote right here:
TOMMY DE VITO (Joe Pesci): "Funny like I'm a clown? I amuse you?"
GOODFELLAS, Warner Bros., 1990
400 nominated quotes for best film quotes. At http://www.filmsite.org/afi400quotes2.html
- Funny? How? Lewis 06/January/05