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Monday, May 29, 2006

So I Married an Axe Murderer

There is something you should know about me... I have really sick love for stupid movies. Top two favorites: So I Married an Axe Murderer and Buffy the Vampire Slayer (the movie, not the tv show. TV show fans-don't watch this movie, you won't like it). My senior year of high school consisted of sitting around, watching these movies (and The Lion King) and quoting them amongst my friends. I used to have all three movies memorized. Useless trivia about me, but hey, it's funny.

And, if I can just plug my favorite movie a little bit more, the soundtrack to So I Married an Axe Murderer is awesome. :)

I'm in bliss... I just did a search for these two precious gems, and the prices aren't bad on Amazon. Axe Murderer is on a video tape that is getting a bit worn, so it jumps a bit. I don't even have Buffy. :(

If you're interested, and are one of the sad folks who haven't experienced my movies, you can check out quotes from Axe Murderer here and quotes from Buffy here . However, there are two good ones not on the sites so I'll share them here.
Axe Murderer:
Stuart Mackenzie's anniversary speech to his wife: Shut it! I’d like to propose a toast to my wife May. Thirty years ago today, May and I were married. Some you were there, some of you weren’t born, and some of you were deed. But, we both said I do, and we haven’t agreed on a single thing since. (May-true) But I’m glad I married you, May, because eh, it could have been worse. And besides, I still love you.

Buffy:
Excuse much, rude or anything?

Great movies. Very much on the stupid humor side, storyline seriously lacking in substance, but oh man, if you love one liners, these are excellent movies. I still quote them. I got my favorite phrase, "two words: therapy" from Axe Murderer. :)

Ah memories...

So what are the movies from your past that you can still quote?

7 comments:

Bailey Stewart said...

I love both the Buffy series and the movie - guess I'm in the minority. My favorite scene in the movie (and it's been a long time since I've seen it) was where she whipped out the hairspray can as a weapon. I don't remember the line - but I loved it.

Bebo and I used to be able to quote lines from the Disney movie The Three Musketeers (you know, the Keifer Sutherland, Charlie Sheen, Chris O'Donnell and Oliver Platt version). It's not from my childhood, but it's still one of my favorite.

I have to admit that I've never seen the axe murderer one.

Stacy Dawn said...

I LOVE the Buffy movie! Sometimes it comes on a sunday afternoon movie and I always watch it.

We actually just watched Axe Murderer the other week...Mike Myers, need I say more?

Jana said...

LOL Oh, I love Buffy. One of my favorite lines is when the dude is telling her she's the slayer and she asks him, "Do you see spots? Does Elvis talk to you?" hehehe I say that all the time. :-D

And I'm all the time going around saying "Excuse much." hehe

Tori Lennox said...

I'm like Eve, I enjoyed both the Buffy series and movie. :)

Danica/Dream said...

And now I know why you guys are my friends... great minds think alike! :)

Hairspray scene... classic!

Jana, I love that line too!

The other good one, "Look! Air!"

Viola said...

Oh, my weakness is Dumb and Dumber or any Adam Sandler movie. There's nothing like a movie that can make you feel like a smarter person!

Danica, thanx for your kind words yesterday!!

Danica/Dream said...

Ah, Adam's a good one too. Fifty first dates is my personal favorite. :)