There have been many phone conversations in many movies over the years, but it is widely agreed that this is the very best one. (Via RatsOff!)
bet willimas isn’t so upset about that whole “prism” thing now.
til I saw the check 4 $4774, I accept that my friends brother truly taking home money parttime from their laptop.. there neighbor has been doing this less than fifteen months and a short time ago repaid the loans on there home and purchased a great Smart ForTwo. read more at, ………… cat48.com
So you are not prepared to give money?
Someone call the NSA!
Oh never mind guys, they already heard.
The biggest twist comes when the phone rings, and even though there are TWO telephones sitting on the desk, he reaches behind the desk for a THIRD TELEPHONE! There were three phones the whole time!
The even bigger twist is that M.Night Shyamalan ghost wrote that scene.
It sounds like a recent college grad ghost wrote that scene with their dad.
It sounds like a ghost ghost wrote this. A ghost whose ties to the corporeal world are starting to loosen, and with it his grasp of the subtleties of human interaction…
Maybe it’s the ghost of Jacob Marley.
The real twist is that Neil DeGrasse Tyson was a Bollywood actor.
I’m glad W/Villiams said it wasn’t a bank because I thought it might’ve been, or else.
If Williams doesn’t give money for necessities, the guy should have said it was just for funsies instead. “JK, I just want to buy a luxury item.”
Nice try flanny
Nice try, me
I would 100% watch this whole movie.
I thought I read that it was a porno. Would you like to change that percentage?
Yes, to 110%, thank you (I always stick to my guns no matter how humiliating)
So you would say you’re fully aware of your demand?
Mystery caller’s next move is obvious: stop those letters from being posted until his demands are met!
man, these kickstarter videos are getting real weird.
I deal with many Indian firms and will never stop laughing when email sign offs read “please do the needful and obliged.”
Which guy is more planet, do you think?
Also, that head tilt before he says “immediately” is killing me.
What movie is this? I think I want to see all of it.
i think it’s comforting to know that asking your parents for money plays out the same in other cultures, too
especially the whole “necessity for money” vs. “money for necessities” communication breakdown
I didn’t know Perd Hapley directed films.
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