Well, the line appeared in the graphic novel of "Watchmen." (Rorshach)
I'm not sure if it appeared in the movie.
"Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"
“Pleasure to me is wonder—the unexplored, the unexpected, the thing that is hidden and the changeless thing that lurks behind superficial mutability. To trace the remote in the immediate; the eternal in the ephemeral; the past in the present; the infinite in the finite; these are to me the springs of delight and beauty.” ~ H.P. Lovecraft
Hmm... Movies I like, eh? I like all sorts of movies. A cursory glance at my DVD shelves makes it quite evident I have a penchant for sci-fi movies with titles like Alien, Aliens, Predator, the first three Star Wars movies, the Star Trek movies, and The Terminator up there. I also like more lighthearted ones like Back To The Future and Shaun of the Dead. There are some classic crime movies I love, like Dirty Harry and The French Connection. I'm a big James Bond fan so there's a bunch of them on the shelf too (no Roger Moore ones though...).
Not a huge fan of many comedies but I loved Ghostbusters when I was younger and Ferris Bueller's Day Off when I was a teenager.
Not a big fan of horror movies, or 'pure' horror movies anyway. 28 Days Later and The Thing are the only 'horror' I own.
That^ movie has some of the funniest Christopher Walken expressions ever. There's one scene in particular, I think he's on a roller coaster, which kills me everytime I watch it. Plus it's just a good movie.
I thought of a couple more favorites:
Me and You and Everyone We Know
I [Heart] Huckabee's
These guys rarely let me down. I haven't watched a Tarantino film I didn't like. Woody Allen's Whatever Works was cool because Larry David starred in it. Spike Lee occasionally misses, but always something good to null over in most his films. I liked Inside Man, 25th Hour, She Hate Me and most of the films he did in the 90s. Guy Ritchie did Snatch and Revolver. Sherlock Holmes was cool, but...not a movie I'd watch over again. Most of the films I like have to be entertaining and educational at the same time. It has to be a decent balance. Not in the sense that the balance is 50/50, but that it drives home a message. In the case of Tarantino's films, there is always a lot of little anitodes to keep me interested between the violence, action, and cultural references. The balance isn't even, but it works. I appreciate that shit. Then there are folks like Spike, who has an agenda most of the time. I can bare it, because of the filmography, and generally I agree with him on big subjects. Plus, a lot of his films are decently written and have great performances in them. Woody Allen, on the other hand, appeals to my humor. Wes Anderson just makes interesting films, from Rushmore to The Darjeeling Limited. Some of his films I just dont get, but normally they're cool. Plus, I like Bill Murray.