It's also one of those movies with a cult following—either you've never seen it or you can recite every single line.
How much would I have to pay you to listen for an hour while I recite, in monotone, about a half-century-old Richard Nixon speech?
How many of the complainers could sing or recite the national anthem if asked?
You stand on a table at one point and recite all the wars from ancient Babylon to present-day Syria.
“She chose me to recite a ‘Gedicht,’ a poem,” Friedel told me in 2002, her voice still revealing her pride in that moment.
To name their titles would be to recite a Homeric catalogue.
Let me see, the prior told me to recite ten every day—ten beads or ten rosaries?
Say the multiplication table if you like, or recite cook-book recipes.
If—if you do that again—if you dare to recite those verses about me, I shall go!
They supposed he was about to recite the Office for the Dead.