Talk:Fictional last words in films
Giving a movie it's own section
I'm planning to give a movie it's own section when there are 4 or more quotes from the movie. If the movie has four or more quotes but is already in a section (e.g. "Night of the Living Dead" has five quotes but is already in the "Living Dead series" section) just leave it alone. Comments are welcome.Demoman87 19:34, 2 January 2008 (UTC)
- I dig that. I don't like the "Disney Films" section, though. Seems like an arbitrary cramming together of a fairly diverse universe of films. How about a section for Disney animated films, a separate section for Pirates of the Caribbean, and everything else back into the mix? BD2412 T 02:46, 6 January 2008 (UTC)
Festerbester's last words
I changed his last words to the ones he actually says. A line or a word that a character was planning to say as a last line does not count as that person's last words because it is not the last thing they say before their death unless, in the film, they say it in their head and then they die.Demoman87 04:36, 17 February 2008 (UTC)
Now this one is too long.
Do we really need to have the actor's/actresses' names next to the character they portrayed? Seems irrelevant.Demoman87 20:44, 3 September 2008 (UTC)
I was surprised not to find any Bond villains' last words in the movie section. Surely a rich field?
What about Citizen Kane and his last word "Rosebud"? Sorry, I am a complete newbie here, maybe someone else knows how to add this, just wanted to suggest it...—The preceding unsigned comment was added by 220.127.116.11 (talk)