Monday, June 13, 2011

MV: Ghost

1990 - Ghost

Sam and Molly are a very happy couple and deeply in love. Walking back to their new apartment after a night out at the theater, they encounter a thief in a dark alley, and Sam is murdered. He finds himself trapped as a ghost and realizes that his death was no accident. He must warn Molly about the danger that she is in. But as a ghost he can not be seen or heard by the living, and so he tries to communicate with Molly through Oda Mae Brown, a psychic who didn't even realize that her powers were real.

Carl, you're obsessed.
  • obsessed: to think and talk about someone or something too much
Pitching these Japanese guys makes me so nervous.
  • to pitch: to talk about or describe (something) in a favorable way so that people will want to buy it, accept it, etc. Swedish pompom girl joke, you know.
  • pompom : a large collection of plastic strings attached to a handle that is waved by cheerleaders
He said it was contagious,
  • contagious: having a sickness that can be passed to someone else by touching
Discretion, right?
  • discretion: the quality of being careful about what you do and say so that people will not be embarrassed or offended : the quality of being discreet
  • ditto: used in speech to show you agree with what someone has just said or have the same opinion
Besides, you lead a charmed life.
  • charmed: very lucky : having good luck
A glitch. What's up?
  • glitch: an unexpected and usually minor problem
It's like a vendetta now.
  • vendetta: a series of acts done by someone over a long period of time to cause harm to a disliked person or group
I was spellbound the whole time.
  • spellbound: giving all of your attention and interest to something or someone
Quit being so blase about this.
  • blase: (blasé) having or showing a lack of excitement or interest in something especially because it is very familiar
It's a whole new ball of wax.
  • ball of wax: {idiom}(whole ball of wax, whole shooting match) the whole matter or affair
He's a goner.
  • goner: someone or something that is going to die or that can no longer be used
the buoyancy of spirit.
  • buoyancy: the ability of someone or something to continue to be happy, strong, etc., through difficult times
Buenos dias.
  • buenos dias: [Spanish] Good day, hello
Way to go. Milk her for every penny.
  • to milk (someone) : to use (something or someone) in a way that helps you unfairly
The spirits are churning.
  • to churn: to experience a lot of confused activity
What a crock of shit.
  • crock of shit: {slang, vulgar}false information.
...both had the gift.
  • gift: a special ability
...that the spirit gets yanked out so quick...
  • to yank: to quickly or suddenly remove (something or someone)
Would you stop rambling?
  • to ramble: when talking to go from one subject to another without any clear purpose or direction
You're making me dizzy.
  • dizzy: feeling that you are turning around in circles and are going to fall even though you are standing still
I know this seems absurd, but it had to be real.
  • absurd: extremely silly, foolish, or unreasonable : completely ridiculous
This is getting deranged.
  • deranged: unable to think or act in a normal or logical way especially because of severe mental illness : crazy or insane
We're off the deep end.
  • to be off the deep end: to go crazy, such as by behaving foolishly or by becoming very angry or upset.
...swallow this crap. I mean...
  • to swallow this crap: to accept or believe (something)
...has been communing with the dead?
  • to commune: to communicate with someone or something in a very personal or spiritual way
Why not tell them you only launder money
  • to launder money: to put (money that you got by doing something illegal) into a business or bank account in order to hide where it really came from
...and I want to cringe.
  • to cringe: to feel disgust or embarrassment and often to show this feeling by a movement of your face or body
  • forgery: the crime of falsely making or copying a document in order to deceive people
Baton Rouge, arrested for fraud.
  • fraud: the crime of using dishonest methods to take something valuable from another person
Numbers racketeering,
  • numbers: a gambling game in which people bet on which numbers will be chosen each day
  • racketeering: the act or crime of making money through illegal activities
...served 10 months, 1974.
  • to serve: to be in prison for or during (a period of time)
A lot of times they read the obits.
  • obits: [short name] obituary: an article in a newspaper about the life of someone who has died recently
They're grieving...
  • to grieve: to cause (someone) to feel sad or unhappy, especially after a death
...they're vulnerable...
  • to be vulnerable: easily hurt or harmed physically, mentally, or emotionally
A ripoff artist, huh?
  • ripoff artist: someone who sells something that is too expensive or something that is not worth its price
You're fantastically gorgeous.
  • gorgeous: very beautiful or attractive
Life turns on a dime.
  • turns on a dime: {idiom} to change direction very quickly
Oh, I'd give anything for a drag.
  • drag: the act of breathing in smoke from a cigarette, cigar, pipe, etc.
Who are you? Why are you hounding me?
  • to hound (someone): to chase or bother (someone or something) in a constant or determined way'll probably rouse him.
  • to rouse: to wake (someone) from sleep
I got spooks from Jersey coming in here.
  • 1. spooks: ghosts, spirits
Oh, chill out. Chill out.
  • to chill out: {slang} to calm down. to relax
Jumping into bodies wipes you out.
  • to wipe {someone} out: to exhaust or debilitate someone
Don't embellish.
  • to embellish: to make (something) more appealing or attractive
Quit poking me!
  • to poke (someone): to push your finger or something thin or pointed into or at someone or something
Good old Randy. Got a good old head on his shoulders.
  • good head on (someone's) shoulders: to have common sense; to be sensible and intelligent.
It's very, very lucrative.
  • lucrative: producing money or wealth
It's blood money. I was killed for this money.
  • blood money: Money gained at the cost of another's life or livelihood.
Now, endorse the check.
  • to endorse: to write your name on the back of (a check)
Sure, they snuffed him.
  • to snuff (someone): to kill (someone)
That dude is dead.
  • dude: {slang} guy
She's a con artist.
  • con artist: a person who tricks other people in order to get their money

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