Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt

Highest Rated: 100% Big Men (2014)

Lowest Rated: 6% Cool World (1992)

Birthday: Dec 18, 1963

Birthplace: Shawnee, Oklahoma

The son of a trucking company manager, Brad Pitt was born December 18, 1963, in Shawnee, OK. Raised in Missouri as the oldest of three children, and brought up in a strict Baptist household, Pitt enrolled at the University of Missouri, following high school graduation, studying journalism and advertising. However, after discovering his love of acting, he dropped out of college two credit hours before he could graduate and moved to Hollywood. Once in California, Pitt took acting classes and supported himself with a variety of odd jobs that included chauffeuring strippers to private parties, waiting tables, and wearing a giant chicken suit for a local restaurant chain. His first break came when he landed a small recurring role on Dallas, and a part in a teenage-slasher movie, Cutting Class (1989) (opposite Roddy McDowall), marked his inauspicious entrance into the world of feature films. The previous year, Pitt's acting experience had been limited to the TV movie A Stoning in Fulgham County (1988). 1991 marked the end of Pitt's obscurity, as it was the year he made his appearance in Thelma & Louise (1991) as the wickedly charming drifter who seduces Geena Davis and then robs her blind. After becoming famous practically overnight, Pitt unfortunately chose to channel his newfound celebrity into Ralph Bakshi's disastrous animation/live action combo Cool World (1992). Following this misstep, Pitt took a starring role in director Tom Di Cillo's independent film Johnny Suede. The film failed to score with critics or at the box office and Pitt's documented clashes with the director allegedly inspired Di Cillo to pattern the character of the vain and egotistical Chad Palomino, in his 1995 Living in Oblivion, after the actor. Pitt's next venture, Robert Redford's lyrical fly-fishing drama A River Runs Through It (2002), gave the actor a much-needed chance to prove that he had talent in addition to physical appeal.Following his performance in Redford's film, Pitt appeared in Kalifornia and True Romance (both 1993), two road movies featuring fallen women and violent sociopaths. Pitt's next major role did not arrive until early 1994, when he was cast as the lead of the gorgeously photographed Legends of the Fall. As he did in A River Runs Through It, Pitt portrayed a free-spirited, strong-willed brother, but this time had greater opportunity to further develop his enigmatic character. Later that same year, fans watched in anticipation as Pitt exchanged his outdoorsy persona for the brooding, gothic posturing of Anne Rice's tortured vampire Louis in the film adaptation of Interview With the Vampire. Pitt next starred in the forgettable romantic comedy The Favor (1994) before going on to play a rookie detective investigating a series of gruesome crimes opposite Morgan Freeman in Seven (1995). In 1997, Pitt received a Golden Globe award and an Oscar nomination for his portrayal of a visionary mental patient in Terry Gilliam's 12 Monkeys; the same year, Pitt attempted an Austrian accent and put on a backpack to play mountaineer Heinrich Harrar in Seven Years in Tibet. The film met with mixed reviews and generated a fair amount of controversy, thanks in part to the revelation that the real-life Harrar had in fact been a Nazi. Following Tibet, Pitt traveled in a less inflammatory direction with Alan J. Pakula's The Devil's Own, in which he starred with fellow screen icon Harrison Ford. Despite this seemingly faultless pairing, the film was a relative critical and box-office failure. In 1998, Pitt tried his hand at romantic drama, portraying Death in Meet Joe Black, the most expensive non-special effects film ever made. Pitt's penchant for quirk was prevalent with his cameo in the surreal comic fantasy Being John Malkovich (1999) and carried over into his role as Tyler Durden, the mysterious and anti-materialistic soap salesman in David Fincher's controversial Fight Club the same year. The odd characterizations didn't let up with his appearance as

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
92% Kajillionaire Executive Producer 2020
71% The King Producer 2019
84% Ad Astra Producer Roy McBride 2019
85% Once Upon a Time In Hollywood Cliff Booth 2019
95% If Beale Street Could Talk Executive Producer 2019
66% Vice Producer 2018
69% Beautiful Boy Producer 2018
48% War Machine Producer Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal Executive Producer 2017
86% The Lost City of Z Executive Producer $8.6M 2017
No Score Yet Brangelina : les raisons de la rupture Actor 2017
60% Allied Max Vatan $40.1M 2016
98% Moonlight Executive Producer $27.9M 2016
89% Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience Narrator Producer 2016
67% Voyage of Time: Life's Journey Producer 2016
88% The Big Short Producer Ben Rickert 2015
35% By The Sea Producer Roland $0.4M 2015
45% True Story Executive Producer $3.5M 2015
No Score Yet The Audition Actor 2015
82% Nightingale Executive Producer 2015
No Score Yet Hitting the Apex Producer 2015
99% Selma Executive Producer Producer 2014
76% Fury Executive Producer Wardaddy $72.7M 2014
100% Big Men Executive Producer $43.7K 2014
94% The Normal Heart Executive Producer 2014
34% The Counselor Westray $14.7M 2013
95% 12 Years a Slave Bass Producer $50.7M 2013
32% Kick-Ass 2 Producer $28.9M 2013
66% World War Z Producer Gerry Lane $202.4M 2013
No Score Yet The Counsellor Actor 2013
73% Killing Them Softly Jackie Producer $15M 2012
No Score Yet The Sparrow Actor 2012
45% Happy Feet Two Will the Krill $64M 2011
94% Moneyball Billy Beane $75.7M 2011
84% The Tree of Life Producer Mr. O'Brien $13.4M 2011
No Score Yet Corrections Actor 2011
72% Megamind Metro Man $148.3M 2010
36% Eat Pray Love Executive Producer $80.6M 2010
76% Kick-Ass Producer $20.1M 2010
69% The Private Lives of Pippa Lee Executive Producer 2009
89% Inglourious Basterds Lt. Aldo Raine $120.6M 2009
39% The Time Traveler's Wife Executive Producer Producer $63.4M 2009
71% The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Benjamin Button $127.5M 2008
78% Burn After Reading Chad Feldheimer $60.4M 2008
77% The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford Jesse James Producer $4M 2007
79% A Mighty Heart Producer $9.1M 2007
70% Ocean's Thirteen Rusty Ryan $78.9M 2007
69% Year of the Dog Executive Producer $1.5M 2007
91% God Grew Tired Of Us Executive Producer $0.2M 2007
76% Happy Feet Actor $197.9M 2006
69% Babel Richard $34.3M 2006
31% Running With Scissors Producer $6.8M 2006
91% The Departed Producer $132.4M 2006
No Score Yet The Doctor, the Tornado & the Kentucky Kid Actor 2006
No Score Yet Celebrity News Reels - Hollywood's Hottest Hunk Brad Pitt Actor 2006
No Score Yet Bird Flu: How Safe Are We? Actor 2006
59% Mr. & Mrs. Smith John Smith $186.3M 2005
55% Ocean's Twelve Rusty Ryan $125.5M 2004
54% Troy Achilles $132.6M 2004
No Score Yet Special Thanks to Roy London Actor 2004
79% Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Bachelor Brad 2003
45% Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas Sinbad $26.4M 2003
39% Full Frontal Himself 2002
No Score Yet Fighting for Freedom: Revolution & Civil War Narrator 2002
No Score Yet Ultimate Fights Actor 2002
82% Ocean's Eleven Rusty $183.4M 2001
66% Spy Game Tom Bishop $62.4M 2001
55% The Mexican Jerry $66.6M 2001
73% Snatch Mickey O'Neil $30.1M 2001
79% Fight Club Tyler 1999
No Score Yet Brad Pitt: Hollywood Hunk Actor 1999
53% Meet Joe Black Joe Black 1998
60% Seven Years in Tibet Heinrich Harrer 1997
34% The Devil's Own Rory Devaney 1997
73% Sleepers Michael 1996
90% Twelve Monkeys (12 Monkeys) Jeffrey Goines 1995
81% Seven (Se7en) Det. David Mills 1995
58% Legends of the Fall Tristan Ludlow 1994
62% Interview with the Vampire Louis 1994
27% The Favor Elliott 1994
No Score Yet Shadow Casting: The Making of "A River Runs Through It" Actor 1994
92% True Romance Floyd - Dick's Roommate 1993
58% Kalifornia Early Grayce 1993
80% A River Runs Through It Paul Maclean 1992
6% Cool World Det. Frank Harris 1992
No Score Yet Contact Cox 1992
33% Johnny Suede Johnny Suede 1991
84% Thelma & Louise J.D. 1991
No Score Yet Too Young to Die Billy Canton 1990
No Score Yet The Image Steve Black 1990
25% Cutting Class Dwight Ingalls 1989
No Score Yet Happy Together Brian 1989
No Score Yet Across the Tracks Joe Maloney 1989

TV

Credit
91% Feud
2016-2017
Executive Producer 2017
No Score Yet Feud: Bette and Joan
Executive Producer 2017
No Score Yet The Jim Jefferies Show
2017
Weatherman 2017
No Score Yet The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
2015
Guest 2017
2016
No Score Yet POV
1988
Executive Producer Producer 2014
No Score Yet Independent Lens
1999
Executive Producer Producer 2013
No Score Yet Inside the Actors Studio
1994
Guest 2012
No Score Yet Sunday Morning
2011-2018
Appearing 2012
No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
1999-2015
Guest 2012
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
2003
Guest 2012
2011
2008
No Score Yet Meet the Press
1947-2019
Guest 2010
No Score Yet Real Time with Bill Maher
2003
Guest 2009
72% American Idol
2002-2016
Appearing 2008
No Score Yet Unscripted
2005
2005
No Score Yet King of the Hill
1997-2010
Voice 2003
82% Tales from the Crypt
1989-1996
1992
0% Glory Days
1990
Walker Lovejoy 1990
No Score Yet Head of the Class
1986-1991
1989
85% Thirtysomething
1987-1991
Bernard 1989
No Score Yet Growing Pains
1985-1992
1989
1987
No Score Yet Dallas
1978-1991
Randy 1988

QUOTES FROM Brad Pitt CHARACTERS

Rusty Ryan says: Its not in my nature to be mysterious, but I can't talk about it and I can't talk about why

Rusty Ryan says: Its not in my nature to be mysterious, but I can't talk about it and I can't talk about why.

Ben Rickert says: Do you realize what you just did? You just bet against the American economy.

Ben Rickert says: That is the American housing market.

Jared Vennett says: That is the American housing market.

Tristan Ludlow says: You guys look like a bunch of ice cream cones.

Driver says: You hear that line? Line's for you.

Jackie says: Don't make me laugh. "We're one people". It's a myth created by Thomas Jefferson.

Driver says: Oh, so now you're gonna have a go at Jefferson, huh?

Jackie says: My friend, Jefferson's an American saint because he wrote the words, " All men are created equal", words he clearly didn't believe, since he allowed his own children to live in slavery. He was a rich white wine snob who was sick of paying taxes to the Brits. So yeah, he wrote some lovely words and aroused the rabble and they went out and died for those words, while he sat back and drank his wine and fucked his slave girl.

Roland says: You want to hurt me? Hurt me.

Roland says: Are we ever going to talk about it? 'Nessa?

Tyler says: We are consumers. We're the by-products of a lifestyle obsession.

Benjamin Button says: And I think, right there and then, she realized none of us is perfect forever.

Benjamin Button says: And I think, right there and then, she realized none of us is perfect forever.

Daisy says: Would you still love me if I were old and saggy?

Benjamin Button says: Would you still love me if I were young and had acne? When I'm afraid of what's under the stairs? Or if I end up wetting the bed?

Wardaddy says: Do you think Hitler would fuck us for a chocolate bar?

Tyler says: The things you own end up owning you.

Wardaddy says: Wanna talk Mexican? Find another tank. A Mexican tank. This is an American tank. We talk American.

Tyler says: Space monkey!

SS Officer says: We shall skin you alive!

Wardaddy says: Shut the fuck up and send me more pigs to slaughter!

Wardaddy says: Ideals are peaceful, history is violent.

Benjamin Button says: When the package was wrapped, the woman, who was back in the cab, was blocked by a delivery truck, all the while Daisy was gettin' dressed. The delivery truck pulled away and the taxi was able to move, while Daisy, last to be dressed, waited for one of her friends, who had broken a shoelace. While the taxi was stopped, waitin' for a traffic light, Daisy and her friend came out the back of the theater. And if only one thing had happened differently; if that shoelace hadn't broken; or that delivery truck had moved moments earlier; or that package had been wrapped and ready, because the girl hadn't broken up with her boyfriend; or that man had set his alarm and got up five minutes later; or that taxi driver hadn't stopped for a cup of coffee; or that woman had remembered her coat, and got into an earlier cab, Daisy and her friend would've crossed the street, and the taxi would've driven by.

Wardaddy says: Best job I ever had!

Lt. Aldo Raine says: You know, Utivich? I think this just might be my masterpiece.

Johnny Suede says: Suede is a funny thing. It's rough, but soft. It's strong, but quiet, and doesn't wrinkle, and doesn't crack. And doesn't stand out so much in a crowd of leather and vinyl.You don't notice it a first. But once you do, you can't take your eyes off of it and you wonder how in the hell you ever overlooked it in the first place.

Westray says: If your definition of a friend is someone who will die for you, then you don't have any friends.

Tyler Durden says: If you aren't on your way to becoming a vet in six weeks, you will be dead.

John Smith says: I was married before this.

Jane Smith says: What's her name and social security number?

John Smith says: You're not going to kill her.

John Smith says: Your aim is almost as bad you're cooking, sweetheart.

John Smith says: Come on, honey. Come to daddy.

Jane Smith says: Who's your daddy now?

Tyler Durden says: What's that smell?

Jerry Welbach says: I need a lift in your el truck-o to the next town-o!

J.D. says: Well, I've always believed that if done properly, armed robbery doesn't have to be an unpleasant experience.

Bass says: Laws change. Social systems crumble. Universal truths are constant. It is a fact - it is a plain fact that what is true and right is true and right for all. White and black alike.

Thelma Dickinson says: You're a real live outlaw, aren't ya?

J.D. says: Well, I may be an outlaw, darlin', but, you're the one stealin' my heart.

Jerry Welbach says: Could you turn that down? You don't even speak Spanish.

Samantha says: Emotion transcends language.

Jerry Welbach says: I don't know what it takes! I'm new in the fuck you business.

Benjamin Button says: But life bein' what it is - a series of intersectin' lives and incidents, out of anyone's control - that taxi did not go by, and that driver was momentarily distracted, and that taxi hit Daisy, and her leg was crushed.

Benjamin Button says: The taxi had to stop for a man crossin' the street, who had left for work five minutes later than he normally did, because he forgot to set off his alarm. While that man, late for work, was crossin' the street, Daisy had finished rehearsin', and was takin' a shower. And while Daisy was showerin', the taxi was waitin' outside a boutique for the woman to pick up a package, which hadn't been wrapped yet, because the girl was supposed to wrap it, who had broken up with boyfriend the night before and forgot.

Benjamin Button says: Sometimes we're not on a collision course, and we just don't know it. Whether it's by accident or by design, there's not a thing we can do about it. A woman in Paris was on her way to go shoppin', but, she had forgotten her coat - went back to get it. When she had gotten her coat, the phone had rung, so she'd stopped to answer it; talked for a couple of minutes. While the woman was on the phone, Daisy was rehearsin' for a performance at the Paris Opera House. And while she was rehearsin', the woman, off the phone now, had gone outside to get a taxi. Now a taxi driver had dropped off a fare earlier and had stopped to get a cup of coffee. And all the while, Daisy was rehearsin'. And this taxi driver, who dropped off the earlier fare; who stopped to get a cup of coffee, had picked up the lady who was goin' shoppin', and had missed gettin' an earlier cab.

David Mills says: You're no messiah. You're a movie of the week. You're a fucking t-shirt, at best.

Gerry Lane says: Movement is life.

Gerry Lane says: You have a better chance if you come with us.

Lt. Aldo Raine says: Bawnjorno!

Bass says: You're well traveled for a slave

Bass says: You're well traveled for a slave.

Karin Lane says: How do you know they're coming?

Gerry Lane says: They're coming.

Gerry Lane says: You got a name?

Segen says: Segen

Segen says: Segen.

Gerry Lane says: I have to go, or they'll throw you out.

Louis says: My God, I've failed again.

Segen says: How did you know? Cutting it off, how did you know it would work?

Gerry Lane says: I didn't

Samuel Ludlow says: Still hung over?

Tristan Ludlow says: Still drunk.

Lt. Aldo Raine says: Actually, Werner, we're all tickled to hear you say that. Quite frankly, watching Donny beat nazis to death is the closest we ever get to goin' to the movies.

Lt. Aldo Raine says: Actually, Werner, we're all tickled to hear you say that. Quite frankly, watching Donny beat Nazis to death is the closest we ever get to goin' to the movies.

Achilles says: Imagine a king who fights his own battles. Wouldn't that be a sight.

Benjamin Button says: Or if I end up wettin' the bed?

Gerry Lane says: He slipped. He's dead.

Warmbrumm says: Forget about patient zero.

Gerry Lane says: I can't do that; it's too late for me to build a wall.

Tyler Durden says: It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything.

Tyler Durden says: You're too old, fatty.

Benjamin Button says: It's a funny thing about comin' home. Looks the same, smells the same, feels the same. You'll realize what's changed is you

Benjamin Button says: It's a funny thing about comin' home. Looks the same, smells the same, feels the same. You'll realize what's changed is you.

William Somerset says: Anyone who spends a significant amount of time with me finds me disagreeable. Just ask your husband.

David Mills says: Very true. Very, very true.

Mr. O'Brien says: My sweet boy.

Gerry Lane says: "Lets make a barricade inside this mcdonalds, I love chicken mcnuggets"

Gerry Lane says: Lets make a barricade inside this McDonalds. I love chicken McNuggets.

Tyler Durden says: I Want You To Hit Me As Hard As You Can.

Tyler Durden says: I want you to hit me as hard as you can.

Gerry Lane says: This isn't the end, not even close

Gerry Lane says: This isn't the end, not even close.

Benjamin Button says: Things were becomin' different for me. My hair had very little grey and grew like weeds. My senses of smell was keener, my hearin' more acute. I could walk further and faster, while everybody else was agin', I was gettin' younger... all alone!

Karin Lane says: How do we know they're Coming?

Karin Lane says: How do we know they're coming?

Gerry Lane says: They're Coming. Ready?

Gerry Lane says: They're coming. Ready?

Gerry Lane says: If you can fight, than fight.

Gerry Lane says: If you can fight, then fight.

Gerry Lane says: Be prepared for anything.

Gerry Lane says: Just know I'm coming back.

Gerry Lane says: Run!

Frankie McGuire says: I will destruct and destroy with my bogus Irish accent. Aye laddie!

Benjamin Button says: There's somethin' peaceful, even comfortin' knowin' the people you love are asleep in their beds where nothin' can harm them.

Benjamin Button says: I was thinkin' how nothin' lasts, and what a shame that is

Daisy says: Some things last.

Benjamin Button says: Some people were born to sit by a river, some to be struck by lightenin', some have an ear for music, some are artists, some know buttons, some know Shakespeare, some are mothers and some people can dance.

Billy Beane says: You think you're special?

David Justice says: Well, you are paying me 8 million dollars a year, so yeah.

Billy Beane says: No, no. We aren't paying you. The Yankees are paying half of your salary. The Yankees are paying you 4 million dollars to play against them

Billy Beane says: No, no. We aren't paying you. The Yankees are paying half of your salary. The Yankees are paying you 4 million dollars to play against them.

Paula Carson says: "Not until your grades improve"

Paula Carson says: Not until your grades improve.

Dwight Ingalls says: "At that rate, we'll never do it"

Dwight Ingalls says: At that rate, we'll never do it.

Tyler Durden says: I am profoundly vanilla.

Lt. Aldo Raine says: You know something Uitivich? I think this just might be my masterpiece.

Achilles says: Play your tricks on me. But not on my cousin.

Odysseus says: You have your swords. I have my tricks. We play with the toys the gods give us.

Odysseus says: We need you. Greece needs you.

Achilles says: Greece got along fine before I was born. And Greece will remain Greece long after I am gone.

Achilles says: We men are wretched things.

Tyler Durden says: The first rule of project mayhem is you do not ask questions.

Claudia says: You dress me like a doll. You make my hair like a doll. Why? You want me to be a doll forever?!

Louis says: Claudia ~ don't...

Louis says: Claudia, don't.

Claudia says: WHY NOT?! (cuts her hair) Can't I change like everybody else?

Claudia says: Why not? Can't I change like everybody else?

Rusty Ryan says: That's right Topher.

Metro Man says: And I love you, random citizen!

Prince Hector of Troy says: I've seen this moment in my dreams. I'll make a pact with you. With the gods as our witnesses, let us pledge that the winner will allow the loser all the proper funeral rituals.

Achilles says: There are no pacts between lions and men. [takes off helmet] Now you know who you're fighting.

Achilles says: There are no pacts between lions and men. Now you know who you're fighting.

Prince Hector of Troy says: I thought it was you I was fighting yesterday. And I wish it had been, but I gave the dead boy the honor he deserved.

Prince Hector of Troy says: I thought it was you I was fighting yesterday. And I wish it had been, but I gave the dead boy the honor he deserved.

Achilles says: You gave him the honor of your sword. You won't have eyes tonight; you won't have ears or a tongue. You will wander the underworld blind, deaf, and dumb, and all the dead will know: this is Hector, the fool who thought he killed Achilles.

Achilles says: You gave him the honor of your sword. You won't have eyes tonight, you won't have ears or a tongue. You will wander the underworld blind, deaf, and dumb, and all the dead will know - this is Hector, the fool who thought he killed Achilles.

Tyler Durden says: You don't know where I've been, Lou. (Laughing hysterically) You don't know where I've been!

Early Grayce says: What kinda koo-koo brain keeps a cactus in her purse?

Tyler Durden says: It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything.

Tyler Durden says: What's that smell?

Jackie says: What's the problem?

Driver says: It's murder and they're squeamish.

Jackie says: Oh, for fuck's sake! Who's running things?

Driver says: You have no idea! No decision makers. I gotta take them by the hand and I gotta walk them slowly through it like they're retarded children.

Jackie says: What is it, a committee?

Driver says: Total corporate mentality!

Mr. O'Brien says: You make yourself what you are. You gotta control your own destiny. Can't say "I can't". You say I'm having trouble, I'm not done yet. You can't say "I can't".

Mr. O'Brien says: You make yourself what you are. You gotta control your own destiny. Can't say 'I can't'. You say I'm having trouble, I'm not done yet. You can't say 'I can't'.

Mr. O'Brien says: (about his son, Jack) I made him feel shame. My shame.

Mr. O'Brien says: [about his son, Jack] I made him feel shame. My shame.

Tyler Durden says: Would you like to say a few words to mark the occasion ?

Narrator says: (Mumbles)

Narrator says: [mumbles]

Tyler Durden says: I'm sorry....

Tyler Durden says: I'm sorry...

Narrator says: I still can't think of anything.

Narrator says: Ah....Flashback humour.

Narrator says: Ah... flashback humour.

Col. Hans "The Jew Hunter" Landa says: Ooh, that's a bingo! Is that the way you say it? "That's a bingo"?

Col. Hans "The Jew Hunter" Landa says: Ooh, that's a bingo! Is that the way you say it? 'That's a bingo'?

Lt. Aldo Raine says: You just say "Bingo."

Lt. Aldo Raine says: You just say 'Bingo.'

Col. Hans "The Jew Hunter" Landa says: Bingo! How fun!

Achilles says: You're a far better king than the one leading this army.

Jackie says: America is not a country. It's just a business. Now pay me.

Jackie says: "Don't make me laugh. I'm living in America. And in America, you're on your own." America is not a country. It's just a business. Now pay me.

Jackie says: Don't make me laugh. I'm living in America. And in America, you're on your own. America is not a country. It's just a business. Now pay me.

Humph says: Conroy: You can't shoot the shoots, Pauly. Paul: You can try. Humph: You can die trying.

Conroy says: You can't shoot the shoots, Pauly.

Paul Maclean says: You can try.

Humph says: You can die trying.

Metro Man says: Revenge is a dish best serve cold!

MegaMind says: Well it can easily re-heated... In the Microwave of Evil!

MegaMind says: Well it can easily re-heated... In the microwave of evil!

Lt. Aldo Raine says: Y'know what, Uttivich? I think this might just be my masterpiece.

Lt. Aldo Raine says: Every German we meet wearing a Nazi uniform... they're gonna die.

Lt. Aldo Raine says: Thats why any 'n every sombitch we find wearin a nazi uniform.... They're gonn die.

Jackie says: "This guy wants to tell me we're living in a community? Don't make me laugh! I'm livin in America, and in America you're on your own. America's not a country, it's just a buisness... now fuckin pay me!"

Jackie says: This guy wants to tell me we're living in a community? Don't make me laugh! I'm livin in America, and in America you're on your own. America's not a country, it's just a buisness... now fuckin pay me!

Jackie says: I live here in America. And in America, you're on your own.

David Mills says: Who knows. So many freaks out there doin' their little evil deeds they don't wanna do... "The voices made me do it. My dog made me do it. Jodie Foster told me to do it."

David Mills says: Who knows. So many freaks out there doin' their little evil deeds they don't wanna do... 'The voices made me do it. My dog made me do it. Jodie Foster told me to do it.'