Movie Quotes from Last Days of Disco, The: Quotes from the movie Last Days of Disco, The
(describing Lady and the Tramp)There is something depressing about it and it’s not really about dogs. Except for some superficial bow-wow stuff at the start, the dogs all represent human types which is where it gets into real trouble. Lady, the ostensible protagonist, is a fluffy blond cocker spaniel with absolutely nothing on the brain. She’s great looking but, let’s be honest, incredibly insipid. Tramp, the love interest is a smarmy braggart of the most obnoxious kind, an oily jail bird out for a piece of tail or whatever he can get. He’s a self confessed chicken thief; an all around sleaze ball. What’s the function of a film of this kind? Essentially it’s a primer about love and marriage directed at very young people, imprinting on their little psyches that smooth talking delinquents recently escaped from the local pound are a good match for nice girls in sheltered homes. When in ten years the icky human version of Tramp shows up around the house their hormones will be racing and no one will understand why. Films like this program women to adore jerks.
A lot of people won’t take no for an answer. I wanted you to know that I’m not one of them. I can be discouraged.
Are you taking your medication?
Before disco, this country was a dancing wasteland.
I’m coming out.
I’m not an addict. I’m a habitual user.
The tide is high.
when i do something with my hands i once have my fingers at my side away from the body . my barefeet have more attitude
and more style . left foot right foot left hand right hand leg and arm.
Women prefer bad over weak, indecisive, and unemployed.
Yuppie stands for ‘young upwardly mobile professional.’ Nightclub flunkie is not a professional category. I wish we were yuppies. Young, upwardly mobile, professional. Those are *good* things, not bad things.
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