Before I forget, I’ve noticed an interesting linguistic phenomenon that appears in the speech of Midwesterners. (Maybe it’s used in other parts of the country, too, but where I’ve heard it has been in the Midwest.) When some people make the possessive of the plural “you guys,” they say “your guys.” Have you noticed that? They’ll say, “I’d like to get your guys opinion.” I would say, “I’d like to get you guys’ opinion.” Interesting.
Anyway, I’ve finally put up the answers to the movie lines posting. For ease of checking, I put them right into the previous entry itself, so you can see the answer below each line. Did anyone get them all right? How did you do?