Twins – Movie Quotes

8 quotes
Twins
Year: 
1988
Tagline: 
«Only their mother can tell them apart.»
Country: 
USA
Genres: 
Comedy, Crime

A physically perfect but innocent man goes in search of his long-lost twin brother, who is short, a womanizer, and small-time crook.

— You see, Vincent... you're the missing part of my life. And I'm the missing part of your life. When we find mama... We can fill the missing part of hers. We won't be alone any more. We can be a family.
— A family? You mean, like, with a Christmas tree... and Thanksgiving dinner?
— And a real home... where you'll always be welcome.
— Always?
— Even when you've been bad.

- You see, Vincent... you're the missing part of my life. And I'm the missing part of your life. When we find mama... We can fill the missing part of hers. We won't be alone any more. We can be a family.
- A family? You mean, like, with a Christmas tree... and Thanksgiving dinner?
- And a real home... where you'll always be welcome.
- Always?
- Even when you've been bad.
- You see, Vincent... you're the missing part of my life. And I'm the missing part of your life. When we find mama... We can fill the missing part of hers. We won't be alone any more. We can be a family.
- A family? You mean, like, with a Christmas tree... and Thanksgiving dinner?
- And a real home... where you'll always be welcome.
- Always?
- Even when you've been bad.
- You see, Vincent... you're the missing part of my life. And I'm the missing part of your life. When we find mama... We can fill the missing part of hers. We won't be alone any more. We can be a family.
- A family? You mean, like, with a Christmas tree... and Thanksgiving dinner?
- And a real home... where you'll always be welcome.
- Always?
- Even when you've been bad.
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— You know what we have to do, Jules? We gotta work on the way you're walking, a little bit. You look a little stiff. You ever see «Frankenstein»?
— I read the book.
— That's not gonna help. When you walk, you gotta walk like you're moving to music... and I don't mean a military march. Like, you know, Aretha Franklin and Otis Redding... and Wilson Pickett, a couple of white people. <...> Yeah, just breeze on through. Yeah!

- You know what we have to do, Jules? We gotta work on the way you're walking, a little bit. You look a little stiff. You ever see «Frankenstein»?
-I read the book.
-That's not gonna help. When you walk, you gotta walk like you're moving to music... and I don't mean a military march. Like, you know, Aretha Franklin and Otis Redding... and Wilson Pickett, a couple of white people. <...> Yeah, just breeze on through. Yeah!
- You know what we have to do, Jules? We gotta work on the way you're walking, a little bit. You look a little stiff. You ever see «Frankenstein»?
-I read the book.
-That's not gonna help. When you walk, you gotta walk like you're moving to music... and I don't mean a military march. Like, you know, Aretha Franklin and Otis Redding... and Wilson Pickett, a couple of white people. <...> Yeah, just breeze on through. Yeah!
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