The Game

Daniel Schorr: Discovering the object of the game IS the object of the game.

[Nicholas van Orten loses a shoe when climbing a fire-escape ladder.]
Nicholas van Orten: There goes a thousand dollars.
Christine: Your shoes cost a thousand dollars?
Nicholas van Orten: That one did.

[In a fancy restaurant.]
Conrad Van Orton: I've been here before.
Nicholas Van Orton: I took you here for your birthday.
Conrad Van Orton: No, I used to buy crystal meth from the Maitre D.

Conrad Van Orton: They fuck you and fuck you and fuck you, and just when you think it's over, that's when the real fucking begins!

Nicholas Van Orton: I'm being toyed with by a bunch of depraved children

CRS Vice President Jim Feingold: The game is tailored specifically to each participant. Think of it as a great vacation, except you don't go to it, it comes to you.

CRS Vice President Jim Feingold: We're like an experiential Book-of-the-Month Club.

Nicholas Van Orton: I don't care about the money. I'm pulling back the curtain. I want to meet the wizard.

Conrad: This is for you.
Nicholas Van Orton: You shouldn't have.
Conrad: What do you get for the man who has... everything?
Nicholas Van Orton: "Consumer Recreation Services." Well, I do have golf clubs...
Conrad: Call that number.
Nicholas Van Orton: Why?
Conrad: Make your life... fun.
Nicholas Van Orton: Fun.
Conrad: You know what that is... uh, you've seen other people have it.

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