Jack Nicholson

Jack Nicholson

Highest Rated: 100% Kubrick by Kubrick (Kubrick par Kubrick) (2020)

Lowest Rated: 7% Man Trouble (1992)

Birthday: Apr 22, 1937

Birthplace: New York City, New York

With his devil-may-care attitude and potent charisma, Jack Nicholson emerged as the most popular and celebrated actor of his generation. A classic anti-hero, he typified the new breed of Hollywood star -- rebellious, contentious and defiantly non-conformist. A supremely versatile talent, he uniquely defined the zeitgeist of the 1970s, a decade which his screen presence dominated virtually from start to finish, and remained an enduring counterculture icon for the duration of his long and renowned career. Born April 22, 1937 in Neptune, New Jersey, and raised by his mother and grandmother, Nicholson travelled to California at the age of 17, with the intent of returning east to attend college. It never happened -- he became so enamored of the west coast that he stayed, landing a job as an office boy in MGM's animation department. Nicholson studied acting with the area group the Players Ring Theater, eventually appearing on television as well as on stage. While performing theatrically, Nicholson was spotted by "B"-movie mogul Roger Corman, who cast him in the lead role in the 1958 quickie The Cry Baby Killer. He continued playing troubled teens in Corman's 1960 efforts Too Soon to Love and The Wild Ride before appearing in the Irving Lerner adaptation of the novel Studs Lonigan. He did not reappear on-screen prior to the 1962 Fox "B"-western The Broken Land. It was then back to the Corman camp for 1963's The Raven. For the follow-up, The Terror, he worked with a then-unknown Francis Ford Coppola and Monte Hellman. A year later, he enjoyed his second flirtation with mainstream Hollywood in the war comedy Ensign Pulver. Under Hellman, Nicholson next appeared in both Back Door to Hell and Flight to Fury. Together, they also co-produced a pair of 1967 Corman westerns, Ride in the Whirlwind and The Shooting. A brief appearance in the exploitation tale Hell's Angels on Wheels followed before Nicholson wrote the acid-culture drama The Trip, which co-starred Dennis Hopper and Peter Fonda. He also penned 1968's Head, a psychedelic saga, and wrote and co-starred in Psych-Out. After rejecting a role in Bonnie and Clyde, Nicholson was approached to star in the 1969 counterculture epic Easy Rider. As an ill-fated, alcoholic civil-rights lawyer, Nicholson immediately shot to stardom, earning a "Best Supporting Actor" Oscar nomination as the film rose to landmark status. Nicholson appeared briefly in the 1970 Barbra Streisand musical On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, followed by Rafelson's Five Easy Pieces, in which his notorious diner scene remains among the definitive moments in American cinematic history. The film was much acclaimed, earning a "Best Picture" Oscar nomination; Nicholson also received a "Best Actor" bid, and was now firmly established among the Hollywood elite. He next wrote, produced, directed and starred in 1971's Drive, He Said, which met with little notice. However, the follow-up, Mike Nichols's Carnal Knowledge, was a hit. After accepting a supporting role in Henry Jaglom's 1972 effort A Safe Place, Nicholson reunited with Rafelson for The King of Marvin Gardens, followed in 1973 by the Hal Ashby hit The Last Detail, which won him "Best Actor" honors at the Cannes Film Festival as well as another Academy Award nomination. Nicholson earned yet one more Oscar nomination as detective Jake Gittes in Roman Polanski's brilliant 1974 neo-noir Chinatown, universally hailed among the decade's greatest motion pictures. The next year, Nicholson starred in Michelangelo Antonioni's The Passenger, then delivered a memorable supporting turn in the musical Tommy. The Fortune, co-starring Warren Beatty and Stockard Channing, followed, before the year ended with Milos Forman's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest; the winner of five Oscars, including "Best Picture" and, finally, "Best Actor." The film earned over $60 million and firmly established Nicholson as the screen's most popular star -- so popular, in fact, that he was able to turn down

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
100% Kubrick by Kubrick (Kubrick par Kubrick) Self 2020
92% Corman's World: Exploits Of A Hollywood Rebel Jack Nicholson $7.5K 2011
32% How Do You Know Charles $30.3M 2010
No Score Yet America Lost and Found: The BBS Story Actor 2010
No Score Yet Stardust Actor 2010
No Score Yet You Must Remember This: The Warner Bros. Story Actor 2008
41% The Bucket List Edward Perryman Cole $93.6M 2007
91% The Departed Frank Costello $132.4M 2006
No Score Yet Shadows of the Bat: The Cinematic Saga of the Dark Knight - The Legend Reborn Actor 2005
72% Something's Gotta Give Harry Sanborn $121.5M 2003
42% Anger Management Dr. Buddy Rydell $133.8M 2003
No Score Yet Camera Actor 2003
85% About Schmidt Warren R. Schmidt $65.1M 2002
91% The Kid Stays in the Picture Actor $1.4M 2002
78% The Pledge Det. Jerry Black $18.9M 2001
No Score Yet Zebra Lounge Actor 2001
86% Stanley Kubrick: A Life in Pictures Actor 2001
85% As Good as It Gets Melvin Udall 1997
61% Blood and Wine Alex 1997
54% Mars Attacks! President Dale/Art Land 1996
22% The Evening Star Garrett Breedlove 1996
75% The Crossing Guard Freddy Gale 1995
60% Wolf Will 1994
52% Hoffa James R. Hoffa 1992
83% A Few Good Men Col. Nathan R. Jessep 1992
7% Man Trouble Harry Bliss 1992
68% The Two Jakes Director J.J. 'Jake' Gittes 1990
71% Batman The Joker/Jack Napier Joker 1989
No Score Yet Monsters and Maniacs Actor 1988
58% Ironweed Francis Phelan 1987
98% Broadcast News Bill Rorish 1987
76% The Witches of Eastwick Daryl Van Horne 1987
45% Heartburn Mark Forman 1986
86% Prizzi's Honor Charley Partanna 1985
No Score Yet Elephant's Child Narrator 1985
57% Terror in the Aisles Actor 1984
77% Terms of Endearment Garrett Breedlove 1983
80% The Border Charlie 1982
89% Reds Eugene O'Neill 1981
79% The Postman Always Rings Twice Frank Chambers 1981
85% The Shining Jack Torrance 1980
71% Goin' South Henry Lloyd Moon Director 1978
No Score Yet Rebel Rousers Actor 1977
45% The Last Tycoon Brimmer 1976
81% The Missouri Breaks Tom Logan 1976
94% One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Randle McMurphy 1975
17% The Fortune Oscar 1975
72% Tommy The Specialist 1975
89% Professione: reporter (The Passenger) David Locke $0.5M 1975
99% Chinatown J.J. Gittes 1974
91% The Last Detail Buddusky 1973
69% The King of Marvin Gardens David Staebler 1972
No Score Yet A Safe Place Mitch 1971
87% Carnal Knowledge Jonathan 1971
62% Drive, He Said Director Actor Producer Screenwriter 1971
88% Five Easy Pieces Robert Dupea 1970
100% On a Clear Day You Can See Forever Tad Pringle 1970
86% Easy Rider George Hanson 1969
No Score Yet Rebel Rousers Bunny 1969
75% Head Producer Screenwriter Himself (uncredited) 1968
No Score Yet Psych-Out Stoney 1968
89% The St. Valentine's Day Massacre Gino 1967
92% Ride in the Whirlwind Screenwriter Producer Wes 1967
39% The Trip Actor Screenwriter 1967
29% Hells Angels on Wheels Poet 1967
100% The Shooting Producer Billy Spear 1967
No Score Yet Flight to Fury Screenwriter Jay Wickham 1964
No Score Yet Ensign Pulver Dolan 1964
No Score Yet Back Door to Hell Burnett 1964
No Score Yet Thunder Island Screenwriter 1963
36% The Terror (The Haunting) (The Castle of Terror) Lt. Andre Duvalier 1963
87% The Raven Rexford Bedlo 1963
No Score Yet The Broken Land Will Brocious 1962
No Score Yet Velocity Actor 1960
92% The Little Shop of Horrors Wilbur Force 1960
60% Studs Lonigan Weary Reilly 1960
No Score Yet Too Soon to Love Buddy 1960
No Score Yet The Wild Ride Johnny Varron 1960
No Score Yet Cry Baby Killer Jimmy Wallace 1958
No Score Yet Back Door To Hell Actor 1954

TV

Credit
No Score Yet The Fight Game With Jim Lampley
2012-2018
Guest 2016
No Score Yet The Andy Griffith Show
1960-1968
Mr. Garland Marvin Jenkins 1967
1966

QUOTES FROM Jack Nicholson CHARACTERS

Dr. John Spivey says: Do you think there's anything wrong with your mind really?

Randle McMurphy says: Not a thing, doc. I'm a goddamn marvel of modern science.

Jack Torrance says: Wendy, I'm home.

Tom Logan says: Do you know what woke you up? I just slit your throat.

Jack Torrance says: Wendy? Darling? Light, of my life. I'm not gonna hurt ya. You didn't let me finish my sentence. I said, I'm not gonna hurt ya. I'm just going to bash your brains in.

Poet says: What's your problem?!

Ida Sessions says: Are you alone?

J.J. Gittes says: Isn't everybody?

Garrett Breedlove says: There isn't that many more shopping days left till Christmas.

Buddusky says: Boy, they really stuck it to ya, didn't they, kid! Stick it in and break it off. Up your giggy with a wah-wah brush, stick it in an' break it off.

Henry Moon says: In my time, I had put a girl or two in tune with nature.

Julia Tate says: I'm sure nature is very grateful.

Joker/Jack Napier says: This town needs an enema.

Jack Torrance says: Darling, I'm not gonna hurt you. I'm just gonna bash your brains in.

Frank Costello says: I got this rat. This gnawing, teething rat.

Joker/Jack Napier says: Hello Vinnie. It's your Uncle Bingo. Time to pay the check. The pen is truly mightier than the sword!

Jack Torrance says: Am not going to hurt you i just want to smash your brains in.

Frank Costello says: When I was your age, they would say you could become cops or criminals; today what I'm saying to you is this: When facing a loaded gun, what's the difference?

Robert Eroica Dupea says: I'd like a, uh, plain omelette, uh, no potatoes, tomatoes instead, a cup of coffee, and wheat toast.

Waitress says: No substitutions.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: What do you mean? You don't have any tomatoes?

Waitress says: Only what's on the menu. You can have a number two - a plain omelette. It comes with cottage fries and rolls.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: Yeah, I know what it comes with, but it's not what I want.

Waitress says: Well, I'll come back when you make up your mind.

Palm Apodaca says: Fantastic that you could figure that all out and lie that down on her so you could come up with a way to get your toast. Fantastic!

Robert Eroica Dupea says: Yeah, well, I didn't get it, did I?

Palm Apodaca says: No, but it was very clever. I would have just punched her out.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: If you wouldn't open your mouth, everything would be just fine.

Rayette Dipesto says: That was real good, wasn't it? I finally did it!

Robert Eroica Dupea says: Great. You throw the big Z's for 19 frames, and then you throw a strike on the last ball of a losing game. Wonderful. Just wonderful.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: Your, your little friend's real, real sharp. Uh, I don't, uh, I don't wear the wig on TV because if you're gonna be out there in front of two and a half million people, you've got to be sincere. I mean, I like to wear it when I'm in bowling alleys and slipping around, stuff like that. I think it gives me a little class. What do you think?

Robert Eroica Dupea says: What are you doing screwing around with all this crap?

Catherine Van Ost says: I do not find your language very charming.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: It isn't. It's direct.

Catherine Van Ost says: I'd like you to leave so that I can take a bath. Is that direct?

Palm Apodaca says: I had to leave this place because I got depressed seeing all the crap. And the thing is, they're making more crap, you know? They got so many stores and stuff and junk full of crap I can't believe it.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: Who?

Palm Apodaca says: Who? Man, that's who. Pretty soon there won't be any room for man. They're selling more crap that people go and buy than you can imagine. Crap.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: Where do you get the ass to tell anybody anything about class, or who the hell's got it, or what she typifies? You shouldn't even be in the same room with her, you pompous celibate... You're totally full of shit! You're all full of shit.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: You're just gonna sit here?

Rayette Dipesto says: Yes.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: Okay. I hope no one hits on you.

Rayette Dipesto says: I hope they do.

Rayette Dipesto says: I'm gonna play it again.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: You play that thing one more time, I'm gonna melt it down into hairspray.

Rayette Dipesto says: Let me play the other side then.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: No, Rayette, it's not a question of sides. It's a question of musical integrity.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: Ants! Why don't we all line up like a goddamned bunch of ants! Its the most beautiful part of the day!

Robert Eroica Dupea says: It's ridiculous. I'm sittin' here listening to some cracker *asshole* lives in a trailer park compare his life to mine. Keep on tellin' me about the good life, Elton, because it makes me puke.

Robert Eroica Dupea says: I don't know if you'd be particularly interested in hearing anything about me. My life, I mean... Most of it doesn't add up to much that I could relate as a way of life that you'd approve of... I'd like to be able to tell you why, but I don't really... I mean, I move around a lot because things tend to get bad when I stay. And I'm looking... for auspicious beginnings, I guess... I'm trying to, you know, imagine your half of this conversation... My feeling is, that if you could talk, we probably wouldn't be talking. That's pretty much how it got to be before... I left... Are you all right? I don't know what to say... Tita suggested that we try to... I don't know. I think that she... seems to feel we've got... some understanding to reach... She totally denies the fact that we were never that comfortable with each other to begin with... The best that I can do, is apologize. We both know that I was never really that good at it, anyway... [sobbing] I'm sorry it didn't work out.

Lieutenant J.G. Daniel Kaffe says: You can't handle the truth!

Col. Nathan R. Jessep says: You can't handle the truth!

Jack Torrance says: Here's Johnny!

Joker/Jack Napier says: Tell me something, my friend, have you ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight?

Batman/Bruce Wayne says: What?

Joker/Jack Napier says: I always ask that of all my prey. I just like the sound of it.

Garrett Breedlove says: Stick it between your knees!

Eugene O'Neill says: Where's the whiskey?

Jack Torrance says: A momentary loss of muscular coordination. A few extra footpounds of energy per second, per second. [signalizes that Danny's arm was broken]

Jack Torrance says: A momentary loss of muscular coordination. A few extra footpounds of energy per second, per second.

Jack Torrance says: White man's burden, Lloyd, my man, white man's burden.

Jack Torrance says: I'm awfully glad you asked me that, Lloyd. Because I just happen to have to twentys and two tens right here in my wallet. And I was afraif there were gonna be there until net April. So, here's what: You slip me a bottle of bourbon, a cool glass and some ice. You can do that, can't you, Lloyd? You're not too busy, are you [laughs sarcastically]

Jack Torrance says: I'm awfully glad you asked me that, Lloyd. Because I just happen to have to twentys and two tens right here in my wallet. And I was afraif there were gonna be there until net April. So, here's what: You slip me a bottle of bourbon, a cool glass and some ice. You can do that, can't you, Lloyd? You're not too busy, are you?

Ullman says: I don't suppose they told you anything in Denver about the tragedy we had in the Winter of nineteen seventy.

Jack Torrance says: I don't believe they did.

Ullman says: My predecessor in this job left a man named Charles Grady as the Winter caretaker. And he came up here with his wife and two little girls, I think were eight and ten. And he had a good employment record, good references, and from what I've been told he seemed like a completely normal individual. But at some point during the winter, he must have suffered some kind of a complete mental breakdown. He ran a muck and killed his family with an axe. Stacked them neatly in one of the rooms in the West wing and then he, he put both barrels of a shot gun in his mouth.

Jack Torrance says: I like you, Lloyd. I always liked you. You were always the best of them. Best goddamned bartender from Timbuktu to Portland, Maine. Or Portland, Oregon, for that matter.

Jack Torrance says: Heeere's Johnny!

Jack Torrance says: Here's to five miserable months on the wagon, and all the irreparable harm it has caused me.

Jack Torrance says: Mr. Grady. You were the caretaker here. I recognize ya. I saw your picture in the newspapers. You, uh, chopped your wife and daughters up into little bits. And then you blew your brains out.

Grady says: That's strange, sir. I don't have any recollection of that at all.

Jack Torrance says: [typed] All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

Jack Torrance says: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

Jack Torrance says: God, I'd give anything for a drink. I'd give my god-damned soul for just a glass of beer

Wendy Torrance says: Hey. Wasn't it around here that the Donner Party got snowbound?

Jack Torrance says: I think that was farther west in the Sierras.

Wendy Torrance says: Oh.

Danny Torrance says: What was the Donner Party?

Jack Torrance says: They were a party of settlers in covered-wagon times. They got snowbound one winter in the mountains. They had to resort to cannibalism in order to stay alive.

Danny Torrance says: You mean they ate each other up?

Jack Torrance says: They had to, in order to survive.

Wendy Torrance says: Jack...

Danny Torrance says: Don't worry, Mom. I know all about cannibalism. I saw it on TV

Jack Torrance says: See, it's OK. He saw it on the television.

Grady says: [referring to Jack murdering his wife and son] Mr. Torrance, I see you can hardly have taken care of the business we discussed.

Grady says: Mr. Torrance, I see you can hardly have taken care of the business we discussed.

Jack Torrance says: No need to rub it in, Mr. Grady.

Wendy Torrance says: I'm gonna go now.

Jack Torrance says: Wendy?

Wendy Torrance says: I'm gonna try and get Danny down to Sidewinder in the Snow Cat. I'll send back a doctor...

Jack Torrance says: Wendy?

Wendy Torrance says: Yes?

Jack Torrance says: You got a biiiig surprise coming to you. You're not going anywhere. Go check out the Snow Cat and the radio and you'll see what I mean. Go check it out.

Lloyd says: What will you be drinking, sir?

Jack Torrance says: Hair of the dog that bit me, Lloyd.

Jack Torrance says: Do you have the slightest idea what a moral and ethical principle is? Do you?

Lloyd says: Women. Can't live with them, can't live without them.

Jack Torrance says: Words of wisdom, Lloyd, my man. Words of wisdom.

Joker/Jack Napier says: Nice Outfit

Batman/Bruce Wayne says: You killed my parents.

Joker/Jack Napier says: what? hahaha. what are you talking about?

Joker/Jack Napier says: What? Hahaha. What are you talking about?

Batman/Bruce Wayne says: I made you, you made me first.

Joker/Jack Napier says: hey, give me a break bat brains, I mean I was a kid when I killed your parents, I made you, you made me. I mean, how childish can you get? You wouldn't hit a guy with glasses on, would you? (batman punches him anyway)

Joker/Jack Napier says: Hey, give me a break, bat brains. I mean, I was a kid when I killed your parents. I made you, you made me. I mean, how childish can you get? You wouldn't hit a guy with glasses on, would you? (Batman punches him anyway).

Joker/Jack Napier says: (to the statue head) what are you laughing at!?!

Joker/Jack Napier says: (To the statue head) What are you laughing at!?!

Joker/Jack Napier says: sometimes I just kill myself!

Joker/Jack Napier says: Sometimes I just kill myself!

Joker/Jack Napier says: The pen, is truly mightier than the sword

Joker/Jack Napier says: The pen is truly mightier than the sword.

J.J. Gittes says: As little as possible

Ida Sessions says: (making anonymous `phone call) Are you alone?

Ida Sessions says: Are you alone?

J.J. Gittes says: Isn`t everybody?

J.J. Gittes says: Isn't everybody?

Jack Torrance says: HERE'S JOHNNY!

Jack Torrance says: Here's Johnny!

Jack Torrance says: [typed] All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

Jack Torrance says: All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

Jack Torrance says: Here's Johnny!

Col. Nathan R. Jessep says: You can't handle the truth!

Will Randall says: I've never loved anybody this way. Never looked at a woman and thought, if civilization fails, if the world ends, I'll still understand what God meant.

Frank Costello says: *Sniff* *Sniff*...I smell a rat.

Jack Torrance says: HERE'S JOHNNY!

President Dale says: SHUT UP! Shut up, SHUT UP!

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: Chief, just jump up, and put it in the basket. Jump and put it in the basket. No, not you Machini.

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: I tried, god dammit. At least I did that.

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: You guys complain how much you hate it here, and then don't even have the guts to leave! You're all crazy!

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: Harding, give him one of your cigarettes.

Harding says: But it's my last one.

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: That's a fucking lie. Now just give him one.

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: Jesus Christ Almighty! Do you nuts wanna play cards or do you wanna fucking jerk off!?

Melvin Udall says: People who talk in metaphors oughta shampoo my crotch.

Harry Sanborn says: It's just a walk Erica, not a marriage proposal.

Joker/Jack Napier says: I have given a name to my pain. It is Batman.

J.J. Gittes says: "as little as possible"

J.J. Gittes says: As little as possible.

Joker/Jack Napier says: Haven't you ever heard of the healing power of laughter

Joker/Jack Napier says: Haven't you ever heard of the healing power of laughter?

Jack Torrance says: I'm not gonna hurt ya. I'm not gonna hurt ya. I'm just gonna bash your brains in. I'm just gonna bash em right the fuck in!

Jack Torrance says: I said, I'm not gonna hurt ya. I'm just going to bash your brains in. [Wendy gasps] Gonna bash 'em right the fuck in! Ha ha ha.

J.J. Gittes says: To tell you the truth, I lied a little.

Henry Moon says: I wouldn't take you to a dogfight if you was the defending champ.

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: Want me to take a shit on the floor?

Jake Gittes says: Catherine!...It never goes away.

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: Jesus, I Must Be Crazy To Be In A Loony-Bin Like This.

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: Jesus, I must be crazy to be in a loony-bin like this.

Frank Costello says: I don't want to be a product of my environment. I want my environment to be a product of me

Frank Costello says: I don't want to be a product of my environment. I want my environment to be a product of me.

President Dale says: Can't we all just get along?

Edward Cole says: Somewhere, some lucky guy's having a heart attack.

Melvin Udall says: Some of us have great stories, pretty stories that take place at lakes, with boats, and friends, and noodle salad. Just no one in this car. But, a lot of people, that's their story; good times, noodle salad. What makes it so hard is not that you had it bad, but that you're that pissed that so many others had it good.

Frank Costello says: Nobody gives it to you you have to take it.

Melvin Udall says: Well, I work all the time. So never interrupt me. Not if there's a fire. Not even if you hear the sound of a thud coming from my home and a week later, there's a smell that can only be a decaying human body and you have to put a hanky up to your nose because the smell is so bad, you think you're gonna faint. Even then don't come knocking. Or, if it's election night, and you're excited and you wanna celebrate because some fudge packer you date has become the first queer president of the United States and he's going to have you down to Camp David, and you want someone to share the moment with. Even then, don't knock, not on this door. Not for any reason. Do you get me, sweetheart?

Joker/Jack Napier says: [Joker reads the newspaper] "Winged freak terrorizes"? Wait till they get a load of me!

Joker/Jack Napier says: [Joker reads the newspaper] 'Winged freak terrorizes'? Wait till they get a load of me!

J.J. Gittes says: You're even dumber than you think I think you are.

Frank Costello says: No one gives it to you. You have to take it.

Melvin Udall says: I had to see you.

Carol Connelly says: Because?

Melvin Udall says: It relaxes me. I'd feel better sitting outside your apartment on the curb than any other place I can think of or imagine.

Jackie says: How do you write women so well?

Melvin Udall says: I think of a man. And I take away reason and accountability

Melvin Udall says: I think of a man. And I take away reason and accountability.

Jack Torrance says: Little Pigs, little pigs, let me come in. Not by the hair on your chinny- chin chin? Then I'll huff... and I'll Puff.. and I'll blow your house in.

Jack Torrance says: "Wendy, darling, Light of my Life! I'm not gonna hurt ya."

Jack Torrance says: Wendy, darling, Light of my Life! I'm not gonna hurt ya.

Joker/Jack Napier says: Tell me something my friend. You ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight?

Batman/Bruce Wayne says: YOU WANT TO GET NUTS?!!! COME ON! Lets get nuts!

Batman/Bruce Wayne says: YOU WANT TO GET NUTS? COME ON! Lets get nuts!

District Attorney Harvey Dent says: Call Me.

Joker/Jack Napier says: This town needs an enema.

Joker/Jack Napier says: I'm only laughing on the outside. My smile is just skin deep. If you could see inside, I'm really crying. You might join me for a weep.

Frank Costello says: You know what i like about restaurants?

Frank Costello says: You know what I like about restaurants?

Billy Costigan says: The fucking food? i don't know what.

Billy Costigan says: The fucking food? I don't know what.

Frank Costello says: you learn a lot watching things eat

Frank Costello says: You learn a lot watching things eat.

Melvin Udall says: Sell crazy someplace else. We're all stocked up here!

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: which one of you nuts has got any guts?

Randle Patrick McMurphy says: Which one of you nuts has got any guts?

Joker/Jack Napier says: Jack? Jack is dead my friend, you can call me, Joker. As you can see, I'm a lot happier.