extra added attraction? She'll
belt out five or six showtunes --
two sets a night -- and it won't
cost you a fucking nickel.
Star Showcase! Let me handle
setting that up. And when she
eventually goes on Letterman,
she'll announce I'm currently
appearing over at Mario's fine
say that, Mario.
You're full of shit. You know
that? All bullshit!
That's just a vulgar word for PR.
(placing an arm around
Mario, you can't hurt my feelings.
Even when I was a kid and they
them a fucking name. Me, I just
loved the attention! 'Shit-for-
brains' -- that's what the bigger
it. Hey, 'shit-for brains'
reporting for duty. Everybody
loved me for that. I could take
abuse. After a while, I kind of
wore them down. There was nothing
more they could say to me. So they
stopped. I kind of missed it.
I'll bet your loving wife put you
up to this. She saw me pass by and
she sent you out in the street.
But I don't hold it against you
superior veal chop.
(entering phone booth)
goes up the block.
Hello, Mavis, sweet creature.
Where have you been? Do you think
I have nothing to do but wait
around for you to call?
Phone Booth (2002)
Synopsis: Phone Booth is a 2002 American thriller film directed by Joel Schumacher, produced by David Zucker and Gil Netter, written by Larry Cohen and starring Colin Farrell, Forest Whitaker, Katie Holmes, Radha Mitchell and Kiefer Sutherland. In the film, a young publicist named Stuart Shepard is being put in a conflict against a mysterious sniper, who calls him in a phone booth, in which Stu shortly answers the phone itself and becomes pulled into danger. The film received generally positive reviews from film critics and was a box office hit, grossing $97 million worldwide, against a production budget of $13 million. Critics praised Farrell's performance and composer Harry Gregson-Williams' score.