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Dorian Gray (Hurd Hatfield): "If only it was the picture who was to grow old, and I remain young. There's nothing in the world I wouldn't give for that. Yes, I would give even my soul for it." -- from The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945) directed by Albert Lewin

Dorian Gray (Hurd Hatfield): "If only it was the picture who was to grow old, and I remain young." -- from The Picture of Dorian Gray directed by Albert Lewin

Rick Martin (Kirk Douglas) to Amy (Lauren Bacall): "You're like those carnival joints I used to work in. Big flash on the outside, but on the inside nothing but filth." -- from Young Man With a Horn (1950) directed by Michael Curtiz

Rick Martin (Kirk Douglas) to Amy (Lauren Bacall): "You're like those carnival joints I used to work in. Big flash on the outside, but on the inside nothing but filth." -- from Young Man With a Horn directed by Michael Curtiz

Brian Wilson Past (Paul Dano): "We're *not* surfers, we *never* have been, and *real* surfers don't dig our music anyway!" -- from Love & Mercy (2015) directed by Bill Pohlad

The Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson is played by two actors – Paul Dano and John Cusack – in this heartfelt and eloquent tribute to one of pop’s greatest innovators

Carol (Blythe Danner) to Lloyd (Martin Starr): "People can spend their whole lives trying to find that feeling and in the end, everybody gets it." -- from I'll See You in My Dreams (2015) directed by Brett Haley

Carol (Blythe Danner) to Lloyd (Martin Starr): "People can spend their whole lives trying to find that feeling and in the end, everybody gets it." -- from I'll See You in My Dreams directed by Brett Haley

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Steve Carell, Hamish Linklater, Jeremy Strong, and Rafe Spall in The Big Short

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The final part of Yasujiro Ozu’s loosely connected ‘Noriko’ trilogy is a devastating story of elderly grandparents brushed aside by their self-involved family.

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