"- You called about your neighbors? - No."

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Neighbors (2014)
You called about your neighbors?
Ghost (1990)
I called you about your friend Sam Wheat?
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Hi, you called about your plumbing? Empty pipes?
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Well, let us tell you a few things about your new neighbors over here Jack
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I've no compunction about sending you to your death.
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- What are you doing here? - I called your hotel, got no answer.
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You need to do something about your coffee breath. Okay, no!
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Oh, no, you're not. Your sister doesn't date.
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Hey, Teddy. It's Mac again. Your neighbor.
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- What, do you think your shit don't stink? - No, I don't think... I mean, yes. It doe...
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Fuck you! No, no.
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- Remember. No rock? - You had your window. Ted. You blew it.
10 Things I Hate About You (1999)
I defended you when people called you conceited,
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- You have no reason. I do it freely. - Surely I believe your cousin is wronged.
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I'm mad about you
There's Something About Mary (1998)
- It means you change your mind too much. - No, I don't.
Quantum of Solace (2008)
You might like to still hold your theory about there being no oil.
Neighbors (2014)
at losing about half your investment.
There's Something About Mary (1998)
- It means you change your mind too much. - No, I don't.