I'm a big fan of screenplays – perhaps moreso than actual films. Without a doubt, dialogue can truly make or break a movie. No, I'm not talking about well-known movie lines like "Play it again, Sam" (Casablanca, 1942), "We're gonna need a bigger boat" (Jaws, 1975) or "Son, you've got a panty on your head" (Raising Arizona, 1987) but rather dialogue that provide unique insights into a character or characters. Here's an example: In Saving Private Ryan (1998), Private Ryan and Captain Miller are enjoying a brief respite from the harrowing experience of battle in France during mid-June 1944, and they begin swapping memories of home. Private Ryan: "Tell me about your wife and those rose bushes." Captain Miller: "No. No, that one I save just for me." Do you have any favorite examples of film dialogue that really sticks with you years later?