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《圣诞颂歌》电影精讲

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《圣诞颂歌》电影精讲

性情刻薄、冷酷的守财奴埃比尼泽•斯克鲁奇(金•凯瑞 Jim Carrey 配音),在圣诞节来临之际,却厌恶一切庆祝活动,还拒绝了侄子弗莱德(科林•费斯 Colin Firth 配音)的盛情邀请。

让埃比尼泽想象不到的是,七年前去世的合伙人约瑟夫•马利的鬼魂居然找上门来。约瑟夫看上去备受煎熬,因为他要为他生前的无情与冷漠付出代价。约瑟夫希望埃比尼泽不要走上自己的老路,并警告埃比尼泽将会有三个幽灵来拜访他。

这三个幽灵分别是圣诞节的“过去之灵”、“现在之灵”和“未来之灵”,他们带着这个冷漠自私、一毛不拔的老人踏上了一场时空之旅……

本片改编自查尔斯•狄更斯创作于1843年的同名小说,本片是迪士尼第一部将以IMAX 3D方式发行的影片,影片中的人物表情都是通过“表演捕捉”完成的。

精彩词句学起来:

I don't make merry myself at Christmas, and I can't afford to make idle people merry.

我在圣诞节不寻欢作乐,我也没有钱让游手好闲的人寻欢作乐。

Let me hear another sound out of you, Cratchit, and you'll keep Christmas by losing your situation!

克拉奇特,如果我再听到你发出声音,今年圣诞你的饭碗就丢了!

If I were to dock you a half a crown for it, you'd think yourself ill-used. And yet you don't think me ill-used when I pay a day's wages for no work.

如果我因为明天放你假而少付你半克朗,你会觉得自己受到了虐待。但是你什么都没干我还要白付你一天工资,你却不会觉得我遭受了不公正待遇。

You, who weighs everything by gain?

像你这种用收益来衡量一切事物的人吗?

I am prepared to bear you company.

我准备与你同行。

And Scrooge was better than his word.

斯克鲁奇做的比说的好。

精彩对白欣赏:

There are many things from which I have derived good and have not profited. Christmas being among them. But I have always thought of Christmas as a kind, charitable time. The only time when men open their shut-up hearts and think of all people as fellow travellers to the grave and not some other race of creatures bound on other journeys.

You fear the world too much, Ebenezer.

He frightened everyone away while he was alive. Only to profit us now that he's dead.

Men's courses in life foreshadow certain ends.

Next year we must have this dinner at my house. I insist. I'll spare no expense. After all, you can't take it with you, can you?

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总是发愁口语学不好?不练又怎么会提高?在这里我们节选了电影的精彩片段,供大家欣赏,同时欢迎大家模仿片中对话,并把模仿音频上传到我们的鬼马英语论坛。我们会不定期选出模仿达人,并有精美礼品送出哦!

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精彩片段对白:

Fred: Merry Christmas, Uncle! God save you.

Scrooge: Bah! Humbug!

Fred: Christmas a humbug? Uncle! You don't mean that.

Scrooge: Merry Christmas. What reason have you to be merry? You're poor enough.

Fred: What right have you to be so dismal? You're rich enough.

Scrooge: Humbug!

Fred: Don't be cross, Uncle.

Scrooge: What else can I be when I live in such a world of fools as this? Merry Christmas. What's Christmastime to you but a time for paying bills without money. A time for finding yourself a year older and not a penny richer. If I could work my will, every idiot who goes about with "Merry Christmas" on his lips should be boiled in his own pudding and buried with a stake of holly through his heart!

Fred: Uncle!

Scrooge: Nephew! Keep Christmas in your own way and let me keep it in mine.

Fred: Keep it? But you don't keep it!

Scrooge: Let me leave it alone then. Much good it has ever done you.

Fred: There are many things from which I have derived good and have not profited. Christmas being among them. But I have always thought of Christmas as a kind, charitable time. The only time when men open their shut-up hearts and think of all people as fellow travellers to the grave and not some other race of creatures bound on other journeys. And therefore, Uncle, although it has never put a scrap of gold or silver in my pocket, I believe it has done me good, and I say, God bless it! (Cratchit clapped hands)

Scrooge: Let me hear another sound out of you, Cratchit, and you'll keep Christmas by losing your situation! You're quite a powerful speaker, sir. A wonder you don't go into Parliament.

Fred: Don't be cross, Uncle. Come, dine with us tomorrow.

Scrooge: I'll see you in hell first.

Fred: But why? Why so cold-hearted, Uncle? Why?

Scrooge: Why did you get married?

Fred: Because I fell in love.

Scrooge: Because...you fell...in love? Good afternoon.

Fred: I want nothing from you. I ask nothing of you. Why can't we be friends?

Scrooge: Good afternoon.

Fred: I'm sorry, with all my heart, to find you so resolute. But I have made the trial in homage to Christmas, and therefore, merry Christmas, Uncle!

Scrooge: Good afternoon!

Fred: And a happy New Year!

Scrooge: Good afternoon!

Fred: And a very merry Christmas to you too, Mr Cratchit.

Cratchit: Merry Christmas to you, sir.

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