The courtroom climax contains one of Pacino's most powerful monologues. Want me to help you to your room? Just got time to get cleaned up. Charlie is at school and is looking forward to going to university; to help pay for a trip home for Christmas, he agrees to look after Frank over Thanksgiving. I wanted to tell you how much I appreciate. Chuck is a -- So, why are we going to New York? Frank is a retired Lt. But I never let my aides leave on an empty stomach.
Don't pay any attention to him. What's she got, separation anxiety? Sorry, but copying text is forbidden on this website! Bring it on back to you Still here, poormouth? A bunch of runny-nosed snots in tweed jackets. Would you like to learn to tango, Donna? Be a pleasure to squeal on 'em, wouldn't it? Sexuality as defined on the first day of class is the way we act or behave; our preferences or orientation. Simms, was to come from you. Bring me a double Jack Daniels on the rocks. Hold it right like that. You know what I mean, Chas? We are all on our honor.
For his defense, George has enlisted the help of his wealthy father, using his poor vision as an excuse before naming all three of the perpetrators. The bellhops at the Waldorf, are they any good at getting escorts? I'm gonna lie down on my big, beautiful bed at the Waldorf. But if you've got somethin' that must be done? This woman is made for you. Stop to make a killin'? Easter in Bermuda, then Kentucky Derby weekend. You sure you're all right, Colonel? Um -- - you told me to call you for the moves.
I saw some guys doing something. I'd kinda like to be private. I mean, I should be getting back to school. The movie is about Pacino. You ever in the officer's club at Da Nang? Put the gun down, all right, Colonel? I will give you one last chance. I'll rub your nose in enlisted men's crud.
Endowed with wisdom, of judgement sound, nevertheless about him the questions abound. Now, before we get into the various whats and wheres of how you can watch 'Scent of a Woman' right now, here are some particulars about the Universal Pictures, City Lights Pictures drama flick. Then you're gonna give me forty more. Don't you think it's time we made up? Gilbert, he's a friend of mine. Don't forget Uncle Frank's walk. Pacino is wholly believable, and although at first he seems overly gruff and nasty, we grow to sympathize with him--especially when that twerp Randy insults him cutthroat-style at Thanksgiving.
I took care of them. Well, get your driver on it. And also I will explain my grade of the whole movie. This bat has got sharper radar than the Nautilus. A very, very distant second.
His performance as Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade is so powerful that this is one my favorite performances I have ever seen along with Brando, Nicholson, Dean and Depp. May I see some I. You goin' home this weekend, Chas? You do see the sense of it, Charlie, don't you? Frank smooth-talks the initially-reluctant Ferrari dealership salesman into letting Charlie, who Frank says is his son, test-drive the car. At first, he comes off as offensive and very chauvinistic. What are you, dying of some wasting disease? Are you test-driving this baby? You know, I always had a sneaker for you. You don't have to worry about a thing. You didn't get my cigars, did you? Now, in order to stay in the running, you're gonna have to tell these people what they want to know.
He knows I'm old guard. Every family's got one nowadays. Army officer Lieutenant Colonel Frank Slade, a cantankerous middle-aged man who lives with his niece and her family. I'd taken my glasses off, and I was gonna put my contacts back in. Slade wisps Donna off her feet and makes her forget that her expected dinner date is very late. I don't even won't to talk about the movie, only about Pacino. Just let me speak to her.