If the Little Things Get To You, Then You're Probably a Voter

In a thoroughly forgettable movie about a drug-addled street urchin, played by Bridget Fonda, being transformed into a poised and glamorous assassin, the thoroughly unforgettable Anne Bancroft delivered a special line. When you're afraid or nervous and under pressure, Bancroft's character told Fonda's, you'll need something offhand to say, just to collect your thoughts. "Something like, 'I never did mind about the little things.'" Bridget Fonda hated the idea and refused. But then she looked into Bancroft's beautiful brown eyes and saw the eyes of a stone cold killer. She saw her own death,...

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