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11 responses to “Two kinds of people series”
I love this series Marta.
Thanks Vinnieh 🙂
There are so many “two kinds of people” scenes in the history of cinema, I thought it might be fun to collect them together. Suggestions are always welcome, of course!
If I think of any suggestions, I’ll be sure to send them your way.
Always happy to be of help. Eric over at the IPC and myself recently collaborated on a review. You should give it a look, but be warned that it is a bit raunchy.
I’ll check it out, you guys have great insights and hilarious views about movies.
It’s on his site if you want to read it.
Look forward to hearing what you think.
I love Blondie’s reply.
“If you cut down my percentage, it’s liable to interfere with my aim.”
I also like Tuco’s rejoinder: “But if you miss you had better miss very well. Whoever double-crosses me and leaves me alive, he understands nothing about Tuco.”