Monday, June 14, 2010

Countdown to DVD Release - Favorite Quotes

Quote #8

Let me check my book. Abso-freaking-lutely! I'll be there a day early. I'll camp out!


InstantKarmaGirl said...

I love Tyler!

You know how it's sexy when strong men hold babies?

Yeah, it's equally sexy when emotionally wounded twenty-something young men connect with their baby sisters and make them happy.

LTavares2010 said...

Let me check my book. Abso-freaking-lutely! I'll be there a day early. I'll camp out!


ITA. I love Tyler!!!!

I can`t help feeling the sense of peace, comfort and happiness that Tyler and Caroline give me. Brother and sister, father and daughter, no matter what they are for one another I can feel the love they have for each other in every scene of the film that they appear together. I love Tyler and I love Caroline, too. They entered in my heart and they will stay there forever. Rob and Ruby, both are really amazing! In other times they would have an Oscar nomination, for sure. They deserve!

jessegirl said...

karma and LTavares...ITA aussi!
Oh, it’s funny when Tyler says: “I’ll camp out.” I thought of all the Twihards who do that for Rob or Twilight events and premieres. It was as if he would become one of the people.

I love it when Tyler pretends to check his calendar, then comes out with that ‘abso-freakin-lutely’ line, which made her laugh and us smile. This is one of the many tender scenes between these two. And because she wants to have a party to celebrate Tyler’s birthday, even though he has reservations, he agrees. He just doesn’t want to disappoint her. They have such a special bond. We now know, however, that, because Caroline is out of school, it must be June, 2001. Closing in.

Heather said...

The "Abso-freakin-lutely" line is one of my favorites! I love how playful he is with his sister Caroline. Their relationship made me smile, and the way Ruby and Rob pulled it off so realistically fascinated me. They are two very talented actors who I hope to see lots more of in the future!

WhyIstheRumAlwaysGone said...

I just love the way Tyler mischievously plays with her when he pretends he has to check his book - as if he was an important businessman like his father. He's just teasing her, he wants to make her wait a bit for his answer, and I think she's still small and young enough to believe he really might not have time to come - like his father. Plus, the art show really means a lot to her, so she really needs Tyler to say he will come and see it. The interaction between the two is really lovely. And I also adore the way she tries to organize his birthday party for him. They care so much for each other, they mean so much for each other. As always the scene wraps up on a slightly melancholy note, when she says she'll try to make their Mum behave and he replies "as if that was possible"... and both then stay silent and pensive. Brother and sister, so bonded by tenderness and grief. It's a beautiful scene.

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