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    Great dialogue

    Wut do you recommend?

    The Wire
    Downton Abbey
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    Deadwood

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    I've only watched Deadwood but if you have a fondness for the word "cocksucker" then I would very much recommend it.

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    Haaaaahah Deadwood is beautiful it's a shakspearean cocksucker.

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    From what I can remember, Separate Lies, had some pretty good lines in it.

    I really liked Judgement at Nuremberg. It's a 3-hour b&w film, set mainly in a courtroom. Some very persuasive acting. Not too many lines sticking out right now but I'd say worth the watch.

    Back when it came out, And Justice For All, was really hailed, particularly the last 15 mins or so. We've gotten a lot more sophisticated, so it might not seem that impressive but overall a decent movie anyway.

    '94 was a great, great year for cinema. For as much love as Pulp Fiction got, I don't know if I wouldn't have given the best screenplay award to Quiz Show. But then a great screenplay is more than just dialog. Quiz Show actually was named best screenplay of the century by some group or publication. Three Colors: Red also came out that year. It's a foreign language film but if you can take your dialog read...You'd also have to throw Let The Right One In on that vein.

    There are comedies like Young Frankenstein and Used Cars, both from the 70s, but I'm thinking the dialog still holds up today.

    I have to throw one of my alltime favorites of any medium, A Charlie Brown Christmas. Charlie Brown's opening exchange with Lucy is just brilliant.

    Finally, at least for now, I must offer Death and the Maiden. Initially a play. It's all talk but never gets heavy handed.

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    Into The Loop and Veep are pretty amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuck View Post
    Into The Loop and Veep are pretty amazing
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    Quote Originally Posted by C.J.Woolf View Post
    For more Malcolm Tucker goodness, watch the TV series The Thick of It.
    Aw, not on Netflix or Amazon

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