Every since the first time I viewed/listened to the WorldCorp "Fatherhood" video, and each time I have dared since, I have been overtaken with the feeling that I have heard the line, "Ya Think You're Hot Shit, Doncha?" said precisely in that same voice, with that same inflection, in a movie. (Minus the tortured child's screams, of course.)
This seeming recollection is very strong, like a repeated sense of Deja Vu.
My first thought was that it came from the first Home Alone movie in the "pizza delivery" scene where Kevin, played by McCauley Caulkin, plays old gangster movies on the VHS player so he can avoid answering the door and revealing himself as "home alone". (Incidentally, the pizza delivery scene is worth re-watching -- take note of the sign on top of the delivery car.) I even went so far as to Google the script and read it through, but I did not find that line.
Then I forgot about it until recently when once again I stomached "Fatherhood" to listen to that line, and I STILL feel I have heard that line said, precisely that way, in a movie. I am thinking perhaps to take a listen/look to the sequel, Home Alone 2.
But I wanted to ask the Voat/Pizzagate community if anyone else has had a similar feeling about the lines, "Ya think you're hot shit, doncha?" as said, and as inflected, in the "Fatherhood" clip.
Admittedly, I am not sure how finding the movie in which that line occurs (if, in fact, it does occur) would advance Pizzagate research.
To be sure, it was very telling to go back and look at that movie again -- in light of all that has been revealed about Pizzagate/Pedogate , Hollyweird, and the Illuminati's influence in film and popular culture -- but for present purposes, those are side issues.
Nevertheless, does anyone out there feel they have heard that line in a movie (other than "Fatherhood" before? If so, please do share.