100+ Magnolia Quotes Tells Us About Interrelated Individuals In Search For Happiness

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These Magnoliaquotes are about interrelated individuals in search for happiness. There are so many Magnolia quotes that can help you when you are tired of being in the same old rut, and all you need is a little push, a little inspiration, a smile on the face, change of mood, bring you out of the banality of life, make you laugh a little, or may even make you cry a bit, and these Magnolia quotes exists just do that.

Magnolia is a 1999 American epic dramatization movie composed, co-delivered and coordinated by Paul Thomas Anderson. Magnolia stars Jeremy Blackman, Tom Cruise, Melinda Dillon, Philip Baker Hall, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ricky Jay, William H. Macy, Alfred Molina, Julianne Moore, John C. Reilly, Jason Robards and Melora Walters, and is a mosaic of interrelated characters looking for satisfaction, absolution and importance in the San Fernando Valley. Magnolia got positive surveys, with critiques adulating its acting, heading, narrating, desire, and its soundtrack, to a great extent comprising of Aimee Mann tunes; in any case, some considered it overlong and sensational. Of the gathering cast, Tom Cruise was selected for Best Supporting Actor at the 72nd Academy Awards and won the honor in that classification at the Golden Globes of 2000. Magnolia additionally won the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival. It was Robards’ last element film. The storyteller relates three occasions of fantastic incidents and recommends that powers more prominent than chance assume significant jobs throughout everyday life. Cop Jim Kurring examines an unsettling influence at a lady’s loft, finding a body in a storage room. Dixon, an area kid, attempts to disclose to him who submitted the homicide, however, Jim is cavalier.

Jim goes to the loft of Claudia Wilson. Claudia’s neighbors called the police after she had a contention with her antagonized dad, kids’ down show host Jimmy Gator, and afterward impacted music while grunting cocaine. Uninformed of her habit, Jim is pulled in to her and drags out the visit. He asks her out on the town that night; she says yes. Linda goes to see Earl’s legal counselor, beseeching him to change Earl’s will. She concedes she wedded Earl for his cash, however at this point adores him and does not need it. The legal counselor recommends she repudiate the will and decline the cash, which would go to Frank. Linda rejects his recommendation and leaves in wrath. Linda chides Phil for searching out Frank, yet later apologizes. She drives to an empty parking garage and washes down bunches of physician endorsed medication with liquor. Dixon discovers Linda in her vehicle, close demise, and calls an emergency vehicle subsequent to taking cash from her handbag. Before his date with Claudia, Jim takes discharge during interest and loses his firearm. When he meets Claudia they guarantee to be straightforward with one another, so he admits his idiocy as a cop and concedes he has not been out on the town since he was separated from three years sooner. Claudia says he will detest her in view of her issues, yet Jim guarantees her that her past does not make a difference. They kiss, yet she keeps running off.

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“How to Fake Like You Are Nice and Caring”

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“No, it is not dangerous to confuse children with angels.”

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“When the sunshine don’t work, the good Lord bring the rain in.”

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“Sometimes people need a little help. Sometimes people need to be forgiven.”

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“The book says, we might be through with the past, but the past ain’t through with us.”

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“Gwenovier: Come on, Frank. What are you doing?

Frank T.J. Mackey: What am I doing? I’m quietly judging you.”

“In New York I Milly Rock, hide it in my sock”

“Louisiana in September was like an obscene phone call from nature. The air–moist, sultry, secretive, and far from fresh–felt as if it were being exhaled into one’s face. Sometimes it even sounded like heavy breathing. Honeysuckle, swamp flowers, magnolia, and the mystery smell of the river scented the atmosphere, amplifying the intrusion of organic sleaze. It was aphrodisiac and repressive, soft and violent at the same time. In New Orleans, in the French Quarter, miles from the barking lungs of alligators, the air maintained this quality of breath, although here it acquired a tinge of metallic halitosis, due to fumes expelled by tourist buses, trucks delivering Dixie beer, and, on Decatur Street, a mass-transit motor coach named Desire.”

“In the deepening spring of May, I had no choice but to recognize the trembling of my heart. It usually happened as the sun was going down. In the pale evening gloom, when the soft fragrance of magnolias hung in the air, my heart would swell without warning, and tremble, and lurch with a stab of pain. I would try clamping my eyes shut and gritting my teeth, and wait for it to pass. And it would pass –but slowly, taking its own time, and leaving a dull ache behind.”

“Have you ever looked at the bud of a magnolia flower? It’s a tight little pod that stays closed up for a long time on the end of its branch until one day, out of nowhere, it finally bursts open into this gigantic, gorgeous, fragrant flower that’s ten times bigger than the bud itself. It’s impossible to imagine that such a big beautiful thing could pop out of that tiny little bud. But it does.” “How beautiful the house was with its magnolia trees lining the drive, their branches outstretched as if they were beckoning him inside”

“How to Fake Like You Are Nice and Caring”

“…whatever you wanna tell me, whatever you think might scare me, won’t… and I will listen… I will be a good listener to you if that’s what you want… and you know, you know… I won’t judge you… I can do that sometimes, I know, but I won’t… I can… listen to you and you shouldn’t be scared of scaring me off or anything that you might think I’ll think or on and on and just say it and I’ll listen to you…”

“Burt Ramsey: We met upon the level, departing on the square.”

“Dixon: When the sunshine don’t work, the good Lord bring the rain in.”

“Earl Partridge: I’ll tell you the greatest regret of my life: I let my love go.”

“Jimmy Gator: The book says, we might be through with the past, but the past ain’t through with us.”

“Phil Parma: Why are frogs falling from the sky?”

“Stanley Spector: This happens. This is something that happens.”

“Stanley Spector: You need to start being nicer to me.”

“Burt Ramsey: You smell like trouble.
Jimmy Gator: I’m ****ing hammered, Burt.”

“Gwenovier: What are you doing?
Frank T.J. Mackey: I’m quietly judging you.”

“Jim Kurring: Now, some neighbors claimed they heard screaming and a loud crash.
Marcie: I don’t even know no loud crash.”

“Avi Solomon: Donnie, You got struck by lightning last summer you were on vacation in Tahoe, I don’t think braces is a good idea.”

“Young Pharmacy Kid: Strong, strong stuff here. What exactly you have wrong, you need all this stuff?
Linda Partridge: Mother****er…
Young Pharmacy Kid: What are you talking about?
Linda Partridge: Who the **** are you, who the **** do you think you are? I come in here, you don’t know me, you don’t know who I am, what my life is, you have the balls, the indecency to ask me a question about my life?
Old Pharmacist: Please, lady, why don’t you calm down – ?
Linda Partridge: **** you, too. Don’t call me “lady”. I come in here, I give these things to you, you check, you make your phone calls, look suspicious, ask questions. I’m sick. I have sickness all around me and you ****ing ask me about my life? “What’s wrong?” Have you seen death in your bed? In your house? Where’s your ****ing decency? And then I’m asked ****ing questions. What’s… wrong? You suck my dick. That’s what’s wrong. And you, you ****ing call me “lady”? Shame on you. Shame on you. Shame on both of you.”

“Marcie: This is bullshit. This is ****in’ bullshit.
Jim Kurring: I want you to stay right there, Marcie.
Marcie: This is bullshit mother****er. Mother-goddamn-****er it’s bullshit and you know it!
[officer Kurring moves down the hall to investigate a disturbance]
Marcie: Don’t go down my hallway! Don’t go down my mother****in’ hallway! This is bullshit mother****er! Don’t go in my god damn bedroom!
Jim Kurring: This is the LAPD. If there’s someone back here…
Marcie: What I tell you? What I tell you? Ain’t nobody in there! Where the **** you goin’ mother****? Don’t go in my mother****in’ bedroom and stay outta my mother****in’ closet!
[officer Kurring enters her bedroom]
Jim Kurring: This is the LAPD. If there’s someone in this closet, come out right now, or you will be shot.
[Marcie begins dragging the couch towards the bedroom]
Jim Kurring: Marcie! Do not drag that couch any further!
Marcie: There’s nobody in my mother****ing closet, mother****er! This don’t make no sense! This don’t make no goddamn sense! Why can’t you goddamn talk to me? This is bullshit mother****er!
[officer Kurring opens the closet and finds a dead body]
Jim Kurring: Whoa! What the hell is this, Marcie?
Marcie: That ain’t mine!”

“Jimmy Gator:
The book says, we might be through with the past, but the past ain’t through with us.”

“Quiz Kid Donnie Smith:
I’m sick.

Thurston Howell:
Stay that way.”

“Quiz Kid Donnie Smith:
No, it is not dangerous to confuse children with angels.”

“Narrator:
There are stories of coincidence and chance, of intersections and strange things told, and which is which and nobody knows; and we generally say, “Well, if that was in a movie, I wouldn’t believe it.””

Narrator:
In the New York Herald, November 26, year 1911, there is an account of the hanging of three men. They died for the murder of Sir Edmund William Godfrey; Husband, Father, Pharmacist and all around gentle-man resident of: Greenberry Hill, London. He was murdered by three vagrants whose motive was simple robbery. They were identified as: Joseph Green, Stanley Berry, and Daniel Hill. Green, Berry, Hill. And I Would Like To Think This was Only A Matter Of Chance. As reported in the Reno Gazzette, June of 1983 there is the story of a fire, the water that it took to contain the fire, and a scuba diver named Delmer Darion. Employee of the Peppermill Hotel and Casino, Reno, Nevada. Engaged as a blackjack dealer. Well liked and well regarded as a physical, recreational and sporting sort, Delmer’s true passion was for the lake. As reported by the coroner, Delmer died of a heart attack somewhere between the lake and the tree. A most curious side note is the suicide the next day of Craig Hansen. Volunteer firefighter, estranged father of four and a poor tendency to drink. Mr. Hansen was the pilot of the plane that quite accidentally lifted Delmer Darion out of the water. Added to this, Mr. Hansen’s tortured life met before with Delmer Darion just two nights previous. The weight of the guilt and the measure of coincidence so large, Craig Hansen took his life. And I Am Trying To Think This Was All Only A Matter Of Chance. The tale told at a 1961 awards dinner for the American Association Of Forensic Science by Dr. Donald Harper, president of the association, began with a simple suicide attempt. Seventeen year old Sydney Barringer. In the city of Los Angeles on March 23, 1958. The coroner ruled that the unsuccessful suicide had suddenly become a succesful homicide. To explain: The suicide was confirmed by a note, left in the breast pocket of Sydney Barringer. At the same time young Sydney stood on the ledge of this nine story building, an argument swelled three stories below. The neighbors heard, as they usually did, the arguing of the tenants and it was not uncommon for them to threaten each other with a shotgun, or one of the many handguns kept in the house. And when the shotgun accidentaly went off, Sydney just happend to pass. Added to this, the two tenants turned out to be: Fay and Arthur Barringer. Sydney’s mother and Sydney’s father. When confronted with the charge, which took some figuring out for the officers on the scene of the crime, Fay Barringer swore that she did not know that the gun was loaded. A young boy who lived in the building, sometimes a vistor and friend to Sydney Barringer said that he had seen, six days prior the loading of the shotgun. It seems that the arguing and the fighting and all of the violence was far too much for Sydney Barringer and knowing his mother and father’s tendency to fight, he decided to do something. Sydney Barringer jumps from the ninth floor rooftop. His parents argue three stories below. Her accidental shotgun blast hits Sydney in the stomach as he passes the arguing sixth floor window. He is killed instantly but continues to fall, only to find, three stories below, a safety net installed three days prior for a set of window washers that would have broken his fall and saved his life if not for the hole in his stomach. So Fay Barringer was charged with the murder of her son and Sydney Barringer noted as an accomplice in his own death. And it is in the humble opinion of this narrator that this is not just “Something That Happened.” This cannot be “One of those things…” This, please, cannot be that. And for what I would like to say, I can’t. This Was Not Just A Matter Of Chance. Ohhhh. These strange things happen all the time.”

“Narrator:
These strange things happen all the time.”

“Quiz Kid Donnie Smith:
I really do have love to give; I just don’t know where to put it.”

Frank T.J. Mackey:
I will drop-kick those f***in’ dogs if they come near me.”

“Claudia Wilson Gator:
Now that I’ve met you, would you object to never seeing me again?”

“Gwenovier:
What are you doing?

Frank T.J. Mackey:
I’m quietly judging you.”

“Quiz Kid Donnie Smith:
I used to be smart, but now I’m just stupid.”

“Jimmy Gator:
“Now I’m going to have our three whistlers… uh… please to present the next… um, the… um… musical… there were three… musical sections here, and this’ll be the third… the third section… um… and they’ll play a piece… it’s very recognizable, it’s… Chopin, actually… it’s taken… it’s, it’s in the style of “March Militaire”, which is a very… recognizable piece, so… if you please, just… listen to this, and I’m sure you can identify the… um, I’m sort of giving away the answer here, but that’s… it’s… Chopin… I don’t mean to give away the answer… it’s… please, just… you know… sing us a ditty, guys… a Chopin ditty.”

“Thurston Howell:
It’s dangerous to confuse children with angels.”

“Frank T.J. Mackey:

Respect the cock… and tame the cunt. Tame it.

Frank T.J. Mackey:
In this life, it’s not what you hope for, it’s not what you deserve – it’s what you take.”

“Earl Partridge:
I’ll tell you the greatest regret of my life: I let my love go.”

“Claudia Gator:
I’ll tell you everything, and you tell me everything, and maybe we can get through all the piss and shit and lies that kill other people.”

“Frank T.J. Mackey:

Denise. Denise the piece.

Frank T.J. Mackey:
Do you think they’re your friends? They’re not your friends. Do you really think she’ll be there when things go bad? Huh? When things go wrong? You think again. F***ing Denise. Denise the piece. Oh, you’re gonna give me that cherry pie sweet mama baby.”

“Claudia Wilson Gator:
I wanted to do that.

Jim Kurring:
Well…

Claudia Wilson Gator:
That felt good to do – to do what I wanted to do.”

“Claudia Wilson Gator:
I’m really nervous that you’re gonna hate me soon. You’re gonna find stuff out about me and you’re gonna hate me.

Jim Kurring:
No. Like what? What do you mean?

Claudia Wilson Gator:
You have so much – so many good things. And you seem so together. You’re a police officer and you seem so straight and put together – without any problems.

Jim Kurring:
I lost my gun today.

Claudia Wilson Gator:
What?

Jim Kurring:
I lost my gun today when I left you and I’m the laughingstock of a lot of people. I wanted to tell you. I wanted you to know and it’s on my mind. And it makes me look like a fool. And I feel like a fool. And you asked that we should say things – that we should say what we’re thinking and not lie about things. Well, I can tell you that, this, that I lost my gun today – and I am not a good cop. And I’m looked down at. And I know that. And I’m scared that once you find that out you may not like me.

Claudia Wilson Gator:
Jim. That, that was so…

Jim Kurring:
I’m sorry.

Claudia Wilson Gator:
– great. What you just said.”

“Claudia Wilson Gator:
You don’t know how f***ing stupid I am.

Jim Kurring:
It’s okay.

Claudia Wilson Gator:
You don’t know how *crazy* I am.

Jim Kurring:
It’s okay.

Claudia Wilson Gator:
I got troubles, okay?

Jim Kurring:
I’ll take everything at face value. I’ll be a good listener.

Claudia Wilson Gator:
I started this didn’t I, didn’t I – f***.

Jim Kurring:
Whatever it is, just say it, you’ll see.

Claudia Wilson Gator:
…You wanna kiss me, Jim?

Jim Kurring:
Yes, I do.”

“Jim Kurring:
Let me tell you something, this is not an easy job. I get a call on the radio, dispatch, it’s bad news. And it stinks. But this is my job and I love it. Because I want to do well – in this life and in this world, I want to do well. And I want to help people. And I might get twenty bad calls a day. But one time I can help someone and make a save – correct a wrong or right a situation – then I’m a happy cop. And as we move through this life we should try and do good. Do good… And if we can do that, and not hurt anyone else, well… then…”

“Stanley Spector:
This happens. This is something that happens.”

“Dixon:
When the sunshine don’t work, the good Lord bring the rain in.”

“Jim Kurring:
I can’t let this go. I can’t let you go. Now, you… you listen to me now. You’re a good person. You’re a good and beautiful person and I won’t let you walk out on me. And I won’t let you say those things – those things about how stupid you are and this and that. I won’t stand for that. You want to be with me… then you be with me. You see?”

“Young Pharmacy Kid:
Strong, strong stuff here. What exactly you have wrong, you need all this stuff?

Linda Partridge:
Motherf***er…

Young Pharmacy Kid:
What are you talking about?

Linda Partridge:
Who the f*** are you, who the f*** do you think you are? I come in here, you don’t know me, you don’t know who I am, what my life is, you have the balls, the indecency to ask me a question about my life?

Old Pharmacist:
Please, lady, why don’t you calm down – ?

Linda Partridge:
F*** you, too. Don’t call me “lady”. I come in here, I give these things to you, you check, you make your phone calls, look suspicious, ask questions. I’m sick. I have sickness all around me and you f***ing ask me about my life? “What’s wrong?” Have you seen death in your bed? In your house? Where’s your f***ing decency? And then I’m asked f***ing questions. What’s… wrong? You suck my dick. That’s what’s wrong. And you, you f***ing call me “lady”? Shame on you. Shame on you. Shame on both of you.”

“Alan Kligman, Esq.:
Linda, stop. Now you take a moment, you breathe, and one thing at a time.

Linda Partridge:
Shut the f*** up.

Alan Kligman, Esq.:
You know what would help you, Linda?

Linda Partridge:
Shut the f*** up. Shut the f*** up.

Alan Kligman, Esq.:
You need to sober up.

Linda Partridge:
Now, you must *really* shut the f*** up now, please – shut the f*** up.

Alan Kligman, Esq.:
Linda.

Linda Partridge:
I have to go.

Alan Kligman, Esq.:
Let me call you a car Linda.

Linda Partridge:
Shut the f*** up.”

“Jim Kurring:
Sometimes people need a little help. Sometimes people need to be forgiven. And sometimes they need to go to jail.”

“Frank T.J. Mackey:

I will not apologize for who I am.

Burt Ramsey:
We met upon the level, departing on the square.

Frank T.J. Mackey:
I’ll tell you what I want, Janet; I want you to do your f***ing job.”

“Phil Parma:
Why are frogs falling from the sky?

Avi Solomon:
Donnie, You got struck by lightning last summer you were on vacation in Tahoe, I don’t think braces is a good idea.”

“Quiz Kid Donnie Smith:
I need braces.

Rose Gator:
You deserve to die alone for what you’ve done.

Quiz Kid Donnie Smith:
Have you ever been struck by lightning? It hurts.”

“Jim Kurring:
…whatever you wanna tell me, whatever you think might scare me, won’t… and I will listen… I will be a good listener to you if that’s what you want… and you know, you know… I won’t judge you… I can do that sometimes, I know, but I won’t… I can… listen to you and you shouldn’t be scared of scaring me off or anything that you might think I’ll think or on and on and just say it and I’ll listen to you…”

“Frank T.J. Mackey:
Don’t die you f***ing asshole, don’t die. Don’t die you F***ING ASSHOLE.”

“Jim Kurring:
Now, some neighbors claimed they heard screaming and a loud crash.

Marcie:
I don’t even know no loud crash.”

“Marcie:
This is bullshit. This is f***in’ bullshit.

Jim Kurring:
I want you to stay right there, Marcie.

Marcie:
This is bullshit motherf***er. Mother-goddamn-f***er it’s bullshit and you know it!

Marcie:
Don’t go down my hallway! Don’t go down my motherf***in’ hallway! This is bullshit motherf***er! Don’t go in my god damn bedroom!

Jim Kurring:
This is the LAPD. If there’s someone back here…

Marcie:
What I tell you? What I tell you? Ain’t nobody in there! Where the f*** you goin’ motherf***? Don’t go in my motherf***in’ bedroom and stay outta my motherf***in’ closet!

Jim Kurring:
This is the LAPD. If there’s someone in this closet, come out right now, or you will be shot.

Jim Kurring:
Marcie! Do not drag that couch any further!

Marcie:
There’s nobody in my motherf***ing closet, motherf***er! This don’t make no sense! This don’t make no goddamn sense! Why can’t you goddamn talk to me? This is bullshit motherf***er!

Jim Kurring:
Whoa! What the hell is this, Marcie?

Marcie:
That ain’t mine!”

“Burt Ramsey:
You smell like trouble.

Jimmy Gator:
I’m f***ing hammered, Burt.”

“Phil Parma:
Do you know that every other word you use is either ‘shit’, ‘f***’, ‘balls’ or ‘cocksucker’?

Earl Partridge:
Could you do me a personal favor?

Phil Parma:
Go f*** myself?

Earl Partridge:
You got it.”

“Jim Kurring:
Oh, Lord, why is this happening to me? God, please help me figure this out. I’m lost out here! I don’t understand why it’s happening. God, please, God!

Jim Kurring:
Whatever it is I did, I’m going to fix it. I’m going to do the right thing. Please, help me find the gun! I…”

“Stanley Spector:

Dad? You need to be nicer to me.”

“Stanley Spector:
This isn’t funny. This isn’t cute. See the way we’re looked at? Because I’m not a toy. I’m not a doll. The way we’re looked at because you think we’re cute? Because, what? I’m made to feel like a freak if I answer questions? Or I’m smart? Or I have to go to the bathroom? What is that, Jimmy? What is that? I’m asking you that.

Jimmy Gator:
I’m not sure, Stanley.”

 

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