Some film scenes have broader lessons. [The titles will be posted later.]
- Problems can arrive as silently as birds on a playground.
- The associate who proposes a meeting with your enemies may not be on your side.
- If an old seaman warns you not to sign on with an employer, pay attention.
- Bank robbing in Bolivia is a very poor career move.
- When the person closest to the action says you need a bigger boat, he's right.
- The most famous wizard may not be that smart.
- "Fragile" on the shipping box does not mean the contents are from Italy.
- Writing a novel in a closed hotel during the winter has its downsides.
- An angry, armed and one-eyed fat man should not be mocked.
- The intern might not be able to loan you five dollars for a cab ride.
- Let the junior partner visit the client in Transylvania.
- In this world you can be oh so smart or oh so pleasant.
- When a man's partner is killed, he's supposed to do something about it.
- Avoid any dentist who asks, "Is it safe?"
- In France, they have a different name for the Big Mac.
[Update: 1. The Birds; 2. The Godfather; 3. Moby Dick; 4. Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid; 5. Jaws; 6. The Wizard of Oz; 7. A Christmas Story; 8. The Shining; 9. True Grit; 10. The Pursuit of Happyness; 11. Dracula; 12. Harvey; 13. The Maltese Falcon; 14. Marathon Man; 15. Pulp Fiction.]