We welcometh this we-welease

[Just managed to crash a complete post about this. Sorry, but it's bedtime now so you're gonna have to do it with the cut-down version]

Never thought I was going to post something even by far related to The Passion Of The Christ, now I don't even have a choice:

The 1979 movie about Brian of Nazareth, who is mistaken for the Messiah, will make a return to the big screen in America at the end of April in Los Angeles and New York.

Very well. I would like to see it again in Belgian theaters though:

Scene 23 -- Pilate's addwess


CROWD: [cheering]
PILATE: People of Jewusalem!
CROWD: [chuckling]
PILATE: Wome is your fwiend.
CROWD: [laughing]
PILATE: To pwove our fwiendship, it is customawy at this time to welease a wongdoer fwom our pwisons.
CROWD: [laughing]
GUARD #3: [chuckling]
PILATE: Whom would you have me welease?
BOB HOSKINS: Welease Woger!
CROWD: Yes! Welease Woger! Welease Woger! [laughing]
PILATE: Vewy well. I shall welease Woger!
CROWD: [cheering]
CENTURION: Sir, uh, we don't have a 'Woger', sir.
CENTURION: Uh, we don't have anyone of that name, sir.
PILATE: Ah. We have no 'Woger'!
CROWD: Ohhhhh!

Aaaah, those good old days ... . Here's where you can find the script. Have fun!

01:36 Gepost door Flint | Permalink | Commentaren (2) |  Facebook |


Brian I recently reviewed my Brian DVD. My favourite clip is the one where Brian is dragged in front of the window of his house to address his mindless fans. He shouts to them : "you are all individuals" - and the crowd replies "yes we are all individuals!". One of my old time favs, it was even on my blog for a while as master-intro. Maybe I put it back.

Gepost door: VH | 30-03-04

Can't tell which was my favourite scene, there were too many. I still have to smile when thinking about Michael Palin though, dressed up as a Viking and now and then showing up suddenly in between scenes, saying "It's! ..." for no reason (or was it because he wanted to start explaining how a bird could lift a certain weight?). Hilarious.

Gepost door: Flint | 31-03-04

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