It was not in a movie, it was in the television show Seinfeld.
Yes but its all commercial like!
i think it came from the movie ice age
Dick or Licker
That is basically the pink monster with an extremely long tongue. In the films, you only see the licker in the first movie so don't bother looking for it in the other movies.
The phrase 'mega movie' means a movie with big budget and large audience. Phrase 'mega movie' can also be refered to well known movie stars, 'mega-movie stars'
The phrase "hello Sidney"is from the movie "scream" 1996
The movie shown in the commercial is not actually a real movie. The rabbit and tiger are characters that were made for the commercial to advertise the collection of children's movie that Netflix has to offer.
The phrase FUBAR is from the 1998 world war 2 movie 'Saving Private Ryan'
A verb phrase is the verb and its dependents (objects, complements, and other modifiers), but not the subject or its dependents.The verb phrase in the sentence is "ran to the bus stop after the movie".The subject is the noun phrase "the children".Note: The preposition phrase "After the movie" modifies the verb "ran".
The movie that used the iconic phrase "phone home" is very much known as E.T. the Extra Terrestrial movie. This alien movie is directed by Steven Spielburg.
i think it was the drillbit Taylor movie commercial