Matt Damon

Matt Damon

Highest Rated: 100% Bending the Arc (2017)

Lowest Rated: 0% The Leisure Class (2015)

Birthday: Oct 8, 1970

Birthplace: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Going from obscure actor to Hollywood golden boy in just a handful of years, Matt Damon became an instant sensation when he co-wrote and starred in Good Will Hunting. With his Best Original Screenplay Oscar (shared by co-writer and co-star Ben Affleck), he was ensured a place on the Hollywood "It" boy roster. A product of Cambridge, Massachusetts, where he was born on October 8, 1970, Damon grew up in prosperous surroundings with his tax preparer father, college professor mother, and older brother. At the age of ten, he made the acquaintance of one Ben Affleck, a boy two years his junior who lived down the street. The two became best friends and professional collaborators. Educated at Cambridge's Rindge and Latin School, Damon was accepted at Harvard University, where he studied for three years before dropping out to pursue his acting career. During his time there, he had to write a screenplay for an English class: it went unfinished, but it would later be dusted off and turned into Good Will Hunting. Arriving in Hollywood, Damon got his first break with a one-scene part in Mystic Pizza (1988). However, his film career failed to take off, and it was not until 1992, when he had a starring role in School Ties, that he was again visible to movie audiences. As the film was a relative failure, Damon's substantial role failed to win him notice, and he was back to laboring in obscurity. It was around this time, fed up with his Hollywood struggles, that Damon contacted Affleck, and the two finished writing the former's neglected screenplay and began trying to get it made into a film. It was eventually picked up by Miramax, with Gus Van Sant slated to direct and Robin Williams secured in a major role. Before Good Will Hunting was released in 1997, Damon won some measure of recognition for his role as a drug-addicted soldier in Courage Under Fire; various industry observers praised his performance and his dedication to the part, for which he lost forty pounds and suffered resulting health problems. Any praise Damon may have received, however, was overshadowed the following year by the accolades he garnered for Good Will Hunting. His Oscar win and strong performance in the film virtually guaranteed industry adulation and steady employment, something that was made readily apparent the following year with lead roles in two major films. The first, John Dahl's Rounders, cast Damon as a former card shark trying to make good, despite the temptations posed by his ne'er-do-well buddy (Edward Norton). Despite a name cast and preliminary hype, however, the film proved a relative critical and financial disappointment. The same could not be said of Damon's second film that year, Steven Spielberg's Saving Private Ryan. As Ryan's title character, Damon headlined an all-star line-up and received part of the lavish praise heaped on the film and its strong ensemble cast. The following year, Damon further increased his profile with leads in two more highly anticipated films, Anthony Minghella's The Talented Mr. Ripley and Kevin Smith's Dogma. The former cast the actor against type as the title character, a psychotic bisexual murderer, and featured him as part of an improbably blonde and photogenic cast that included Cate Blanchett, Jude Law, and Gwyneth Paltrow. Dogma also allowed Damon to go against his nice-guy persona by casting him as a fallen angel. One of the year's more controversial films, it reunited him with Affleck, as well as Smith, who had cast Damon in a bit role in his 1997 film, Chasing Amy. Taking a break from psychosis and religious satire, Damon next turned-up in notable performances in a pair of low-grossing, low-key dramas, The Legend of Beggar Vance and All the Pretty Horses (both 2000), before appearing in director Steven Soderbergh's blockbuster remake of the Rat Pack classic Ocean's Eleven the following year. 2002 found the actor vacillating between earnest indie projects and major Hollywood releases, both behind and in front of the camera. First up was Damon's mentoring of neophyte filmmaker Chris Smith in the Miramax-sponsored Project Greenlight, a screenplay sweepstakes in which in the (arguably) lucky winner got the chance to make a feature film and have the process recorded for all to see on an HBO reality series of the same name. Damon's common-sense presence helped make the show a must-see, even if his protege's film -- the critically-reviled coming-of-age film Stolen Summer -- died a swift death at the box office. Damon had better luck at the summer box office, starring in director Doug Liman's jet-setting espionage thriller The Bourne Identity. Though many expected the film to be overshadowed by his old buddy Affleck's less-edgy The Sum of All Fears -- which was released just two weeks prior -- Damon proved once again that he could open a film with just as much star power as his best friend and colleague. Better yet, Bourne reinforced Damon's standings with the critics, who found his performance understated and believable. Critics took notice of a disparaging sort, however, when they caught a glimpse of Damon's reunion project with Good Will Hunting director Gus Van Sant, the curiously-styled Gerry. Premiering not long after Stolen Summer at the 2002 Sundance Festival, Van Sant's latest dip into the shallow end of the avant-garde pool featured Damon as Gerry, a mostly-silent young man who gets lost in the desert with another mostly-silent young man, played by Casey Affleck, who also happens to be named Gerry. The improvisational film made little impact on festival audiences, but the star's name was enough to ensure it a limited release. Also in 2003, Damon starred opposite Greg Kinnear in the Farrelly Brothers' broad comedy Stuck On You. Playing the shy half of a set of conjoined twins, Damon again played against type to the delight of many critics, even if the film was not the hit its makers may have hoped for. A happier box-office fate met The Bourne Supremacy, Damon's return to the role of Jason Bourne in 2004. The actor's biggest leading-man success to date, it reinforced Damon's continued clout with audiences. Staying on the high-powered sequel bandwagon, he was reunited with Brad Pitt and George Clooney for the big-budget neo-rat pack sequel Ocean's Twelve later that year. 2005 proved to be somewhat lower-key for the actor, as he appeared in the troubled flop The Brothers Grimm and joined the sprawling ensemble of the modestly successful geopolitical treatise Syriana. After working seemingly non-stop for a few years, Damon claimed only a call from Martin Scorsese would get him to give up his resolve to take some time off. Sure enough, that call came. The Departed, an American remake of the Hong Kong mob-mole thriller Infernal Affairs, co-starred Jack Nicholson and Leonardo DiCaprio. Playing the squirmy, opportunistic "cop" to DiCaprio's moral, tormented "mobster," Damon underplayed his part to perfection while managing not to get steamrolled by the all-star supporting cast. Damon continued his seemingly ceaseless work ethic by taking the lead in the Robert De Niro-directed CIA drama The Good Shepherd. In 2007, the actor tapped into his reserve of blockbuster franchises for the three-quels Ocean's Thirteen and The Bourne Ultimatum, the latter of which netted him -- by far -- the largest opening-weekend take of his career to that point. On the indie side, he joined with Mark Ruffalo, Anna Paquin, and Matthew Broderick for Kenneth Lonergan's sophomore directorial effort Margaret, and he contributed his efforts to the endurance-race documentary Running the Sahara. 2009 was another great year for the hard-working star. His turn as the unstable federal informant in Steven Soderbergh's wicked comedy The Informant! earned him rave reviews, and his supporting work in Clint Eastwood's Invictus, as the leader of the South African rugby team, earned Damon nominations from the Golden Globes, the Screen Actors Guild, and the Academy. Damon answered another call to action from Paul Greengrass in 2010, not to reprise the Jason Bourne character, but for a war thriller set in Baghdad, Iraq. Adapted from a nonfictional account of conflict in post-US occupied Iraq, Greenzone drew attention more for political controversy than Damon's performance and tended to split critical opinion; not faring well with audiences, the film would struggle to gain back production costs. Lackluster critical response followed the actor, whose next role would be in Clint Eastwood's Hereafter, a supernatural reflection on the afterlife. However, Damon closed out the year strong by appearing as La Boeuf in the acclaimed Coen Brothers version of True Grit. In 2011 Damon starred opposite Emily Blunt in a romantic thriller based on a Philip K. Dick story, The Adjustment Bureau. While the film's reception was largely favorable, one notable critic, Barack Obama, jokingly said that he was disappointed in Damon's performance (a criticism the actor had himself made about the President earlier in the year.) ~ Rebecca Flint Marx, Rovi

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
No Score Yet Untitled Tom McCarthy Project Actor 2020
No Score Yet The Last Duel Screenwriter Jean de Carrouges 2020
92% Ford v Ferrari Carroll Shelby 2019
66% Jay & Silent Bob Reboot Loki 2019
No Score Yet The Trade Producer 2018
47% Downsizing Paul Safranek $23M 2017
28% Suburbicon Gardner Lodge Gardner $5.8M 2017
100% Bending the Arc Executive Producer 2017
100% Boston Narrator 2017
35% The Great Wall William Garin $45.2M 2017
96% Manchester by the Sea Producer $47.7M 2016
54% Jason Bourne Jason Bourne Producer $162.2M 2016
No Score Yet Backpack Full of Cash Actor 2016
No Score Yet The Great Wall William 2016
91% The Martian Mark Watney $202.4M 2015
68% The Man Who Saved the World Actor 2015
0% The Leisure Class Executive Producer 2015
72% Interstellar Dr. Mann Dr Mann $158.8M 2014
49% The Zero Theorem Management 2014
30% The Monuments Men James Granger $67.3M 2014
65% Elysium Max Da Costa $90.9M 2013
95% Behind the Candelabra Actor $1.7M 2013
52% Promised Land Steve Butler Screenwriter Producer $7.7M 2013
45% All In: The Poker Movie Matt Damon 2012
65% We Bought a Zoo Benjamin Mee $72.8M 2011
45% Happy Feet Two Bill the Krill $64M 2011
74% Margaret Mr. Aaron $47K 2011
67% American Teacher Narrator $32.8K 2011
85% Contagion Mitch Emhoff $75.7M 2011
71% The Adjustment Bureau David Norris $62.5M 2011
No Score Yet Unauthorized: The Harvey Weinstein Project Actor 2011
100% Teenage Paparazzo Actor 2010
96% True Grit LaBoeuf $171.1M 2010
47% Hereafter George Lonegan $32.8M 2010
98% Inside Job Narrator $4.4M 2010
53% Green Zone Roy Miller $35.1M 2010
No Score Yet Incorporated Executive Producer 2010
77% Invictus Francois Pienaar $37.5M 2009
79% The Informant! Mark Whitacre $33.3M 2009
92% Ponyo Koichi $15.2M 2009
No Score Yet Running the Sahara Executive Producer Narrator 2009
68% Che: Part One (The Argentine) Guest $1.6M 2009
No Score Yet The People Speak Producer Executive Producer Actor 2009
No Score Yet Sleeper Producer 2009
79% Che: Part Two (Guerrilla) Guest $2.1M 2008
92% The Bourne Ultimatum Jason Bourne $227.5M 2007
70% Ocean's Thirteen Linus Caldwell Linus Caldwell/Lenny Pepperidge $78.9M 2007
55% The Good Shepherd Edward Wilson $59.9M 2006
76% Happy Feet Actor $197.9M 2006
91% The Departed Colin Sullivan $132.4M 2006
57% Feast Executive Producer 2006
73% Syriana Bryan Woodman $50.9M 2005
88% Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D Al Shepard $32.6M 2005
38% The Brothers Grimm Wilhelm Grimm 2005
No Score Yet NY Indies Actor 2005
55% Ocean's Twelve Linus Caldwell $125.5M 2004
97% Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train Narrator 2004
82% The Bourne Supremacy Jason Bourne $176.1M 2004
42% Jersey Girl PR Exec No. 2 2004
61% Stuck on You Bob $33.9M 2003
40% The Battle of Shaker Heights Executive Producer 2003
79% Confessions of a Dangerous Mind Bachelor Matt 2003
61% Gerry Gerry 2003
47% Eurotrip Donny $17.8M 2003
83% The Bourne Identity Jason Bourne $121.6M 2002
33% The Third Wheel Kevin Executive Producer 2002
70% Spirit - Stallion of the Cimarron Spirit $73.3M 2002
36% Stolen Summer Executive Producer Producer $0.2M 2002
42% The Majestic Luke Trimble 2001
82% Ocean's Eleven Linus $183.4M 2001
52% Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Himself $29.9M 2001
No Score Yet Speakeasy Producer Executive Producer 2001
No Score Yet Judge Not: In Defense of Dogma Actor 2001
32% All the Pretty Horses John Grady Cole $14.8M 2000
74% Finding Forrester Sanderson $51.4M 2000
43% The Legend of Bagger Vance Rannulph $30.4M 2000
51% Titan A.E. Cale 2000
83% The Talented Mr. Ripley Tom Ripley 1999
67% Dogma Loki 1999
65% Rounders Mike McDermott 1998
93% Saving Private Ryan Pvt. James Ryan 1998
No Score Yet Into the Breach: 'Saving Private Ryan' Actor 1998
97% Good Will Hunting Will Hunting Screenwriter 1997
No Score Yet John Grisham's The Rainmaker Rudy Baylor 1997
82% The Rainmaker Rudy Baylor 1997
87% Chasing Amy Executive No. 2 1997
No Score Yet Glory Daze Edgar Pudwhacker 1996
85% Courage Under Fire Ilario 1996
No Score Yet Younger & Younger (uncredited) 1995
No Score Yet The Good Old Boys Cotton Calloway 1995
48% Geronimo - An American Legend Lt. Britton Davis 1993
60% School Ties Charlie Dillon 1992
No Score Yet Rising Son Charlie Robinson 1990
78% Mystic Pizza Steamer 1988

TV

Credit
76% City on a Hill
2019
Executive Producer 2019
No Score Yet Years of Living Dangerously
2014-2016
Reporter 2019
2016
2014
No Score Yet Women, War and Peace
2011-2019
Narrator 2019
2011
No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
1975
Guest Host 2019
2018
2002
1976
No Score Yet The Daily Show With Trevor Noah
2015
Guest 2018
No Score Yet CBS This Morning
2012
Guest 2017
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
2003
Guest 2017
No Score Yet The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
2015
Guest 2017
No Score Yet Today
2017
Guest 2017
73% Incorporated
2016-2017
Executive Producer Producer 2017
2016
No Score Yet The Late Late Show With James Corden
2015-2019
Guest 2017
2016
2015
No Score Yet The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
2014
Guest 2016
2015
No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show
2007
Guest 2015
2014
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
2003
Guest 2015
2014
2013
2012
88% Project Greenlight
2001-2015
Executive Producer Appearing Producer 2015
2005
2003
2002
2001
No Score Yet Late Show With David Letterman
1993-2015
Guest 2014
2012
No Score Yet The Tonight Show With Jay Leno
1992-2014
Guest 2014
2013
2012
2007
2002
2001
2000
No Score Yet Journey to Planet Earth
1999-2014
Voice Host Narrator Narrator 2014
2011
2009
2007
2006
2005
2003
1999
No Score Yet Colbert Report
2005-2014
Appearing 2013
77% House of Lies
2012-2016
Himself 2013
No Score Yet Matt Damon Goes on Strike!
2013
Himself 2013
78% 30 Rock
2006
Carol Carol Burnett 2011
2010
2009
66% Entourage
2004-2011
Himself 2009
No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
1999-2015
Guest 2009
No Score Yet Arthur
1996
Voice 2007
No Score Yet Will & Grace
1998
Owen 2002
No Score Yet The Bernie Mac Show
2001-2006
Himself 2002
2001
50% Push, Nevada
2002
Executive Producer

QUOTES FROM Matt Damon CHARACTERS

Mark Watney says: I am definitely going to die up here ... if I have to listen to any more god-awful disco music.

Jason Bourne says: I know who am I, I remember everything.

Nicky Parsons says: Remembering everything doesn't mean you know everything.

Mark Watney says: I admit it's fatally dangerous, but I'd get to fly around like Iron Man.

Mark Watney says: [after finding out the intercept distance is too far] Did you say 312? Yeah, I'll just wave to you guys as I go by.

Mark Watney says: Did you say 312? Yeah, I'll just wave to you guys as I go by.

Mark Watney says: At some point, everything's gonna go south on you and you're going to say, this is it. This is how I end. Now you can either accept that, or you can get to work. That's all it is. You just begin. You do the math. You solve one problem and you solve the next one, and then the next. And If you solve enough problems, you get to come home.

Mark Watney says: What the fuck? What the fuck?

Bartleby says: last four days on earth, if I had a dick I'd go get laid.

Loki says: we'll do the next best thing, lets kill people

Loki says: oh,not you.

Mark Watney says: When I get back home, I want all the praise to go towards me.

Beth Johanssen says: I should have left this guy on mars.

Melissa Lewis says: I should have left this guy on mars.

Mark Watney says: Fear my botany powers, Mars!

Mark Watney says: Mars will come to fear my botany powers.

Mark Watney says: Mark Watney: If the oxygenator breaks down, I'll suffocate. If the water reclaimer breaks down, I'll die of thirst. If the Hab beaches, I'll just kind of implode. If none of those things happen. I'll eventually run out of food and starve to death. So yeah. I'm fucked.

Mark Watney says: If the oxygenator breaks down, I'll suffocate. If the water reclaimer breaks down, I'll die of thirst. If the Hab beaches, I'll just kind of implode. If none of those things happen. I'll eventually run out of food and starve to death. So yeah. I'm fucked.

Mark Watney says: They say once you grow crops somewhere, you have officially colonized it. So, technically, I colonized Mars. In your face, Neil Armstrong!

Mark Watney says: I am dipping this potato in crushed up Vicodin. And no one can stop me."

Mark Watney says: I am dipping this potato in crushed up Vicodin. And no one can stop me.

Mark Watney says: I blew myself up.

Mark Watney says: Of course I'm going to be the fastest man to ever travel in space, because they're sending me up in a convertible.

Mark Watney says: Are you f--ing kidding me?

Mark Watney says: Are you fucking kidding me?

Mark Watney says: “It has been seven days since I ran out of ketchup”

Mark Watney says: It has been seven days since I ran out of ketchup.

Mark Watney says: Do the math. Solve the problem.

Mark Watney says: Did anybody ever tell you that you have the worst taste in music?

Mark Watney says: Fuck you, Mars

Mark Watney says: Fuck you, Mars.

Mark Watney says: No, I will not "turn the beat around"

Mark Watney says: Mark Watney, Space Pirate.

Mark Watney says: Hi, I'm Mark Watney and I'm still alive... obviously.

Mark Watney says: Every human being has a basic instinct: to help each other out. If a hiker gets lost in the mountains, people will coordinate a search. If a train crashes, people will line up to give blood. If an earthquake levels a city, people all over the world will send emergency supplies. This is so fundamentally human that it's found in every culture without exception. Yes, there are assholes who just don't care, but they're massively outnumbered by the people who do.

Mark Watney says: I wanna be like Iron Man.

Mark Watney says: I am the greatest botanist on this planet.

Mark Watney says: I'm going to have to science the shit out of this.

Mark Watney says: In your face Neil Armstrong.

Mark Watney says: This will come as quite a shock to my crew mates. And to N.A.S.A. And to the world. But I'm still alive. Surprise!

Mark Watney says: I’m gonna have to science the shit out of this...

Mark Watney says: In your face Neil Armstrong.

Colin Sullivan says: Do you got fucking tapes? Of what? Costello was my informant! I was a rat? Fuck you, prove it! He was working for me, he was my informant!

Billy Costigan says: Shut you're fucking mouth. Come on, get up!

Colin Sullivan says: What is this a citizen's arrest? Blow me! Alright, only one of us is a cop here Bill. You understand that Bill? No one knows who you fucking are!

Billy Costigan says: Would you shut the fuck up!?

Colin Sullivan says: I'm a sergeant in the Massachusetts State Police, who the fuck are you? I erased you!

Narrator says: For decades the American financial system was stable and safe. But then something changed. The financial industry turned it's back on society, corrupted our political system and plunged the world economy into crisis. At enormous cost, we've avoided disaster and are recovering. But the men and institutions that caused the crisis are still in power and that needs to change. They will tell us that we need them and that what they do is too complicated for us to understand. They will tell us it won't happen again. They will spend billions fighting reform. It won't be easy. But some things are worth fighting for.

Cooper says: Dr. Mann there's a 50/50 chance your gonna kill yourself.

Dr. Mann says: Those are the best odds I've had in years.

Jason Bourne says: I do remember something good, all the time.

Sean McGuire says: It's not your fault.

Will Hunting says: I know...

Sean McGuire says: No, you don't. It's not your fault.

Will Hunting says: I know.

Sean McGuire says: No, listen to me, son. It's not your fault.

Will Hunting says: I know that.

Will Hunting says: ...

Will Hunting says: Don't fuck with me, Sean. Not you.

Will Hunting says: Oh god, I'm sorry. I'm so sorry Sean.

Steve Butler says: Everything we have is on the table now. And that's just not ours to lose.

Claire Simone says: Will you stop speaking French? or what ever language you're speaking?

James Granger says: If it wasn't for us, you'd be speaking German.

Preston Savitz says: No. If it wasn't for you, I'd be dead. But I'd still be speaking French.

Will Hunting says: "Well, I got her number. How do you like them apples?"

Rannulph Junuh says: Anything else?

Bagger Vance says: Just bash the livin' shit out of it.

Rannulph Junuh says: What were you doin' out there. I could have killed you.

Bagger Vance says: Nah, actually, I positioned myself right in front of you, because from the way your swings were goin', I figured that was the safest place.

Rannulph Junuh says: I'm not askin' for your crown, Walter. If I wanted it badly enough, I'd just take it.

Rannulph Junuh says: Is there somethin' you wanna tell me?

Adele Invergordon says: Well, I'm tryin' to think of how to say it, Junuh, There is a purpose to this visit... and that's to apologize. But I'm not a naturally apologetic woman, so it takes me a little longer to get my thoughts in order.

Rannulph Junuh says: Interestin' match.

Adele Invergordon says: I've always thought so.

Rannulph Junuh says: This is gettin' embarrassin'.

Bagger Vance says: Oh, no, sir, this has been embarrassin' for quite some time.

James Granger says: How many men?

Frank Stokes says: For now six.

James Granger says: Jesus!

Frank Stokes says: With you that's seven.

James Granger says: That's much better.

James Granger says: If it weren't for us, you'd be speaking German.

Will Hunting says: Fucking people baffle me.

Will Hunting says: Fucking people baffle me.

Sean McGuire says: Liberty is a soul's right to breathe.

Will Hunting says: Liberty is a soul's right to breathe.

Julio says: Are you nervous?

Max Da Costa says: No.

Julio says: No?

Max Da Costa says: Me estoy cagando de miedo.

Bagger Vance says: Just make no sense, is all: Man says he don't play golf yet if he's out here in the shade of night hittin' some balls off where he can't even see them?

Rannulph Junuh says: Yeah well, I've done things that have made less sense.

Bagger Vance says: As we all have.

Adele Invergordon says: I don't want you think I'm cryin' over us, Junuh. 'Cause I'm not. I'm cryin' over Savannah and the pain it's people are sufferin'.

Rannulph Junuh says: You're cryin' for Savannah?

Adele Invergordon says: I truly, truly am.

Rannulph Junuh says: Then who'd you take your clothes off for? Chattanooga?

Max Da Costa says: I promise you, one day I'll take you to Elysium

Max Da Costa says: I promise you, one day I'll take you to Elysium.

Max Da Costa says: They can fix this shit on Elysium.

Nun says: Remember where you come from.

Max Da Costa says: I promise you, one day I'll take you to Elysium

Max Da Costa says: I promise you, one day I'll take you to Elysium.

Rooster Cogburn says: You could not hit a man at three hundred yards, if your gun was restin' on Gibraltar.

LaBoeuf says: The Sharps's carbine is an instrument of uncanny power and precision.

Rooster Cogburn says: I have no doubt that the gun is sound.

LaBoeuf says: I thought you were gonna say that the sun was in your eyes. This is who is gonna say, your eye.

Rannulph Junuh says: Who's out there?

Bagger Vance says: Just me. Just a man tryin' to find a place to rest his tired feet, takin' in some of God's glory. My, what a night!

Rannulph Junuh says: I could have killed you out there!

Bagger Vance says: Oh no, sir. See, I set myself directly in front of ya. Judgin' by the way you'd been hittin' some balls I figured that's where I'd be out of harms way.

Sergeant Dignam says: Yeah, shoot a cop Eitstein! Watch what happens!

Colin Sullivan says: Yeah, shoot a cop Einstein! Watch what happens!

Billy Costigan says: What would happen is that this bullet would go right through your fucking head!

Benjamin Mee says: You know, sometimes all you need is twenty seconds of insane courage. Just literally twenty seconds of just embarrassing bravery. And I promise you, something great will come of it.

Benjamin Mee says: Lets go on the road, Dylan, we'll be hobos

Benjamin Mee says: Lets go on the road, Dylan, we'll be hobos.

Dylan Mee says: You hate me!!!

Dylan Mee says: You hate me!

Benjamin Mee says: We had some problems but we'll figger it out

Benjamin Mee says: We had some problems but we'll figure it out.

Benjamin Mee says: What I figgered out was that love it only comes once in a life time. Just can't get a handle on it

Benjamin Mee says: What I figgered out was that love it only comes once in a life time. Just can't get a handle on it.

Benjamin Mee says: I skip the condoms and the pastries? Forget it.

Benjamin Mee says: Make me horny!

Loki says: The major sins never change.

Loki says: Mass genocide is the most exhausting activity one can engage in, next to soccer.

David Norris says: What ever happened to free will?

Thompson says: We actually tried free will before. After taking you from hunting and gathering to the height of the Roman Empire, we stepped back to see how you'd do on your own. You gave us the Dark Ages for five centuries... until finally we decided we should come back in. The Chairman thought maybe we just needed to do a better job of teaching you how to ride a bike before taking the training wheels off again. So we gave you the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, the Scientific Revolution. For six hundred years we taught you to control your impulses with reason, then in 1910 we stepped back. Within fifty years, you'd brought us World War I, the Depression, Fascism, the Holocaust and capped it off by bringing the entire planet to the brink of destruction in the Cuban Missile Crisis. At that point a decision was taken to step back in again before you did something that even we couldn't fix. You don't have free will, David. You have the appearance of free will.

Pvt. James Ryan says: Picture a girl who just took a nosedive from the ugly tree and hit every branch coming down.

Colin Sullivan says: (Colin is stepping out the elevator in his apartment building. He sees a dog and reaches out.) Hey, pup.

Colin Sullivan says: [Colin is stepping out the elevator in his apartment building. He sees a dog and reaches out] Hey, pup.

Colin Sullivan says: (The owner and the dog pull away from him. Colin goes to his door and sticks the keys in. He pauses, leaning against the door, and a sniffle is faintly heard. He then goes inside his apartment, only to find Sergeant Dignam with a pistol waiting for him.)

Colin Sullivan says: [the owner and the dog pull away from him. Colin goes to his door and sticks the keys in. He pauses, leaning against the door, and a sniffle is faintly heard. He then goes inside his apartment, only to find Sergeant Dignam with a pistol waiting for him]

Colin Sullivan says: (Colin is surprised, but then realizes that he's got nowhere to run.) Okay. (Sergeant Dignam then shoots Colin in the head and walks out the door.)

Colin Sullivan says: [Colin is surprised, but then realizes that he's got nowhere to run] Okay. [Sergeant Dignam then shoots Colin in the head and walks out the door]

Alice says: Let's see... 40, married, marketing, two kids.

Steve Butler says: 38, stripper/waitress, born to be a singer.

Alice says: F**k you! I'm a teacher!

Steve Butler says: No, I was talking about me.

Noah Vosen says: Perhaps we can arrange a meet.

Jason Bourne says: Where are you know?

Jason Bourne says: Where are you now?

Noah Vosen says: I'm sitting in my office.

Jason Bourne says: I doubt that.

Noah Vosen says: Why would you doubt that?

Jason Bourne says: If you were in your office right now we'd be having this conversation face to face.

Steve Butler says: We are a nine billion dollar company... do you know what we're capable of?

Dustin Noble says: Do you?

Steve Butler says: This town, this life... it's dying.

Spirit says: For the first time in my life, I felt my heart torn two ways.

Jason Bourne says: get some rest pam you look tired

Jason Bourne says: Get some rest, Pam. You look tired.

John Grady Cole says: Lacey once asked me if I thought God looks out for people. I guess he does. I say he's just about got to. I don't believe we'd make it a day otherwise.

John Grady Cole says: What's it like to be dead?

Jimmy Blevins says: It ain't like nuthin' at all.

John Grady Cole says: There ain't but one truth. The truth is what happened. It ain't what come out of somebody's mouth.

Capt. John Miller says: (struggling to speak)

Capt. John Miller says: [struggling to speak]

Pvt. James Ryan says: Whats that sir?

Capt. John Miller says: (pulling Ryan closer.) E-Earn this. Earn it.

Capt. John Miller says: [pulling Ryan closer] E-Earn this. Earn it.

Tom Ripley says: No, I like him. You like everybody, Marge.

Benjamin Mee says: It's not about where an adventure ends, because that's not what an adventure is about.

Spirit says: (About finally be letting free by Little Creek) I had been waiting so long to run free, but that goodbye was harder than I ever imagined. I'll never forget that boy and how we won back our freedom together.

Spirit says: [about finally be letting free by Little Creek] I had been waiting so long to run free, but that goodbye was harder than I ever imagined. I'll never forget that boy and how we won back our freedom together.

Spirit says: I couldn't believe it. One minute I was free and the next: More ropes.

Spirit says: (First seeing the Colonel) I remember the first time I saw a rattler curled up in my path. This one didn't look like a rattler, but I was still thinkin' 'snake'.

Spirit says: [first seeing the Colonel] I remember the first time I saw a rattler curled up in my path. This one didn't look like a rattler, but I was still thinkin' 'snake'.

Spirit says: Sometimes a horse has got to do what a horse has got to do and this was one of those times.

Colin Sullivan says: Yeah go ahead kill me watch what happens

Billy Costigan says: What so you get the parade? And the ceremony? Fuck you! Fuck you, I'm fucking arresting you!

Colin Sullivan says: Oh fuck you! Go save a kitten in a tree fuckin queers!

Colin Sullivan says: Firemen gettin' pussy for the first time in the history of fire or pussy. Hey go save a kitten in a tree, you fucking homos.

Pvt. James Ryan says: It doesn't make any sense. It doesn't make any sense, sir. Why? Why do I deserve to go? Why not any of these guys? They all fought just as hard as me.

Capt. John Miller says: Is that what they're suppose to tell your mother when they send her another folded American flag?

Pvt. James Ryan says: Tell her that when you found me I was here and I was with the only brothers that I have left and that there was no way I was gonna desert them. I think she'll understand that. There's no way I'm leaving this bridge.

Jason Bourne says: Listen very carefully to what i'm about to tell you, I remember, I remember everything

Jason Bourne says: Listen very carefully to what i'm about to tell you, I remember, I remember everything.

David Webb/Jason Bourne says: What did I say, if I even feel someone behind me I'll bring this fight to your doorstep

David Webb/Jason Bourne says: What did I say, if I even feel someone behind me I'll bring this fight to your doorstep.

Pamela Landy says: Pamela Landy

Pamela Landy says: Pamela Landy.

David Webb/Jason Bourne says: I hear you"re still looking for me

David Webb/Jason Bourne says: I hear you're still looking for me.

Marie Kreutz says: Do you have ID?

Jason Bourne says: Not Really

Jason Bourne says: Not really.

Jason Bourne says: This is where it started for me. This is where it ends.

Jason Bourne says: Get some rest Pam. You look tired.

Noah Vosen says: He's looking right at her!

Cale says: Drej? What do they want?

Korso says: They want YOU, kid. Same way I want you, only dead.

Cale says: [Scoffs] How do you know they want me dead?

Cale says: [After being shot at by the Drej kill team] Well, I'm convinced.

Jason Bourne says: Where are you now?

Noah Vosen says: I'm sitting in my office.

Jason Bourne says: I doubt that.

Noah Vosen says: Why would you doubt that?

Jason Bourne says: If you were in your office right now we'd be having this conversation face-to-face.

Jason Bourne says: Why did you pick me?

Dr. Albert Hirsch says: You really don't remember, do you? We didn't pick you. You picked us. You volunteered. Right here. Right here, even after you were warned.

Jason Bourne says: You didn't really think I was coming to Tudor City, did you?

Noah Vosen says: No. I guess not.

David Webb/Jason Bourne says: You killed Marie.

Ward Abbott says: *You* killed Marie. The moment you got into her car. The moment you entered her life, she was dead.