Robert De Niro

Robert De Niro

Highest Rated: 100% Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse (1991)

Lowest Rated: 4% The Bridge of San Luis Rey (2004)

Birthday: Aug 17, 1943

Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

One of the most accomplished and respected actors of the 20th century and beyond, Oscar winner Robert De Niro was an intense and formidable presence in a string of acclaimed films directed by Martin Scorsese, including "Raging Bull" (1980) and "Goodfellas" (1990), as well as such features as "The Godfather Part II" (1974), "1900" (1976), "Heat" (1995), "Meet the Parents" (2000) and "Silver Linings Playbook" (2012). Born Robert Anthony De Niro, Jr., on August 17, 1943 in New York's Manhattan borough, he was the son of artists Robert De Niro, Sr., and Virginia Admiral, who divorced when their son was two years of age. He developed an interest in performing through visits to local movie houses with his father, and soon began acting in school productions while also receiving his earliest training at Maria Picator's Dramatic Workshop, where his mother worked as a typist and copyeditor. De Niro briefly attended the High School of Music and Art but left in the ninth grade, citing a high level of competition and his own shyness. But after a cross-country trip to visit relatives in 1960, the 16-year-old De Niro decided to leave high school altogether and enroll at the Stella Adler Conservatory. After additional training with Lee Strasberg at the Actor's Studio, he began auditioning for film roles. Though he would make his screen acting debut in Brian De Palma's low-budget comedy "The Wedding Party," the film would not be released until 1969, so his uncredited turn the French comedy "Three Rooms in Manhattan" (1965) would mark his actual film debut. Three years later, he reunited with De Palma for the bawdy freeform comedy "Greetings" (1968), which earned a Silver Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival. He bounced between arthouse and drive-in fare for his next few projects, teaming again with De Palma for "Hi, Mom!" (1970), a comedy about amateur pornographers, and playing a drug-addicted Depression Era gangster in Roger Corman's "Bloody Mama" (1970) before earning critical praise as a terminally ill baseball player in "Bang the Drum Slowly" (1973). That same year, he also starred as a dangerously off-kilter hood in "Mean Streets" (1973), which marked the beginning of his long and celebrated collaborations with director Martin Scorsese. The film would serve as a launching pad for a remarkable string of projects in the 1970s, beginning in 1974 with "The Godfather Part II," which earned him an Oscar for his performance - entirely in Sicilian - as the young Vito Corleone. Scorsese's "Taxi Driver" (1976), which brought a second Oscar nomination for his turn as a psychotic who believed himself to be a criminal avenger, and Bernardo Bertolucci's "1900" (1976) soon followed, as did his thinly veiled portrait of studio head Irving Thalberg in Elia Kazan's "The Last Tycoon" (1976) and a third Oscar nod for Michael Cimino's harrowing Vietnam War drama "The Deer Hunter" (1979). After teaming with Scorsese for the period drama "New York, New York" (1977), the duo reunited again for "Raging Bull" (1980), a elegiac portrait of boxer Jake LaMotta; De Niro, who gained 60 pounds to portray LaMotta in his twilight years, earned a second Oscar for his intensely committed and rigorously physical performance. The dawn of the 1980s saw De Niro working with some of the most acclaimed filmmakers in the world, including the scabrous "King of Comedy" (1982) with Scorsese, the epic gangster film "Once Upon a Time in America" for Sergio Leone, the fantasy "Brazil" (1984) for Terry Gilliam, and the sweeping period drama "The Mission" (1985) for Roland Joffe. He then reunited with De Palma to play a malevolent Al Capone in the director's big-screen take of "The Untouchables" (1987) before dipping into mainstream waters as a foul-mouthed skip tracer in Martin Brest's popular action-comedy "Midnight Run" (1988). In the '90s, De Niro settled into a breathless schedule of acting roles in both studio and arthouse features. The most notable of these was his turn as an Irish mobster in an Italian crime family in Scorsese's celebrated "Goodfellas" (1990), as well as back-to-back Oscar nominations for Penny Marshall's "Awakenings" (1991), which cast him as a comatose patient revived by Dr. Oliver Sacks' experimental therapy, and Scorsese's remake of "Cape Fear" (1992), with De Niro as a feral criminal pursuing lawyer Nick Nolte's family. Between these efforts were collaborations with Martin Ritt and Jane Fonda in "Stanley & Iris" (1990), Ron Howard on the firefighter drama "Backdraft" (1991), Bill Murray in John McNaughton's "Mad Dog and Glory" (1993), and Kenneth Branagh, who cast him as the Monster in "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" (1994). De Niro also found time during this period to make his directorial debut with "A Bronx Tale" (1993), a sentimental period piece based on co-star Chazz Palminteri's nostalgic one-man show, and a reunion with Scorsese and frequent co-star Joe Pesci for "Casino" (1995), a story of organized crime in Las Vegas. He would cap the decade with several high-quality projects, including a supporting turn for Quentin Tarantino in "Jackie Brown" (1997) and a lead in two superlative caper films, John Frankenheimer's "Ronin" (1998) and Michael Mann's "Heat" (1995). But with the turn of the new millennium, De Niro's screen output appeared to take a decidedly downward turn. Critics and fans of his early work were dismayed to see appear in lackluster comedies like "Showtime" (2002) with Eddie Murphy and wan thrillers like "Godsend" (2004) and "Righteous Kill" (2008) with Al Pacino, and bemoaned the broad comedy "Meet the Parents" (2000), which cast him as a spymaster and strict father determined to undermine new son-in-law Ben Stiller, and its sequels "Meet the Fockers" (2004) and "Little Fockers" (2010). In truth, De Niro's prodigious output during this period also included a number of well-received and popular films, including the thriller "City by the Sea" (2002) and a second directorial effort with the espionage drama "The Good Shepherd" (2006), as a producer, oversaw the "Fockers" films, "About a Boy" (2002) and "Rent" (2005) through his TriBeCa Productions. But the sheer number of forgettable films in his c.v. during the 2000s undermined - at least in the eyes of some fans and reviewers - his more celebrated titles. For this demographic, De Niro rebounded with solid character turns in three films for David O. Russell: the quirky "Silver Linings Playbook" (2012), which earned him a fifth Oscar nomination, his '70s New York drama "American Hustle" (2013) and the rags-to-riches comedy "Joy" (2015). After a spate of largely unremarkable features, De Niro capped 2019 with major roles in two high-profile features: the Cannes hit "Joker" (2019), with Joaquin Phoenix as the DC villain and De Niro as a merciless talk show host, and "The Irishman" (2019), a reunion with Scorsese, Pacino and Pesci based on the real-life story of Frank Sheeran, who was allegedly responsible for the disappearance of labor chief Jimmy Hoffa.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
29% 86% The War With Grandpa Ed (Character) $9.8M 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Comeback Trail Max Barber (Character) - 2020
68% 88% Joker Murray Franklin (Character) $335.4M 2019
96% 86% The Irishman Frank Sheeran (Character),
Producer
- 2019
No Score Yet 20% I Am Durán Unknown (Character) - 2018
75% 63% The Wizard of Lies Bernie Madoff (Character),
Executive Producer
- 2017
11% 44% Dirty Grandpa Dick Kelly (Character) - 2016
24% 28% The Comedian Jackie Burke (Character) $1.7M 2016
45% 52% Hands of Stone Ray Arcel (Character) $4.7M 2016
60% 73% The Intern Ben (Character) $75.6M 2015
No Score Yet 100% Ellis Narrator - 2015
29% 41% Heist The Pope (Character) $47.2K 2015
61% 57% Joy Rudy (Character) $56.4M 2015
11% 22% The Bag Man Dragna (Character) $48.8K 2014
No Score Yet 45% Remembering the Artist: Robert De Niro, Sr. Himself (Character) - 2014
10% 29% Killing Season Benjamin Ford (Character) $27.7K 2013
46% 59% Last Vegas Paddy (Character) $63.9M 2013
No Score Yet 81% Trespassing Bergman Unknown (Character) - 2013
92% 74% American Hustle Victor Tellegio (Character) $150.1M 2013
7% 40% The Big Wedding Don (Character) $21.8M 2013
31% 46% Grudge Match Billy "The Kid" McDonnen (Character) $29.8M 2013
28% 41% The Family Fred (Character) $114.5K 2013
30% 36% Red Lights Simon Silver (Character) $49.3K 2012
92% 86% Silver Linings Playbook Pat Sr. (Character) $132.1M 2012
No Score Yet 30% Freelancers Joe Sarcone (Character) - 2012
51% 41% Being Flynn Jonathan Flynn (Character) $526.3K 2012
69% 74% Limitless Carl Van Loon (Character) $79.2M 2011
27% 42% Killer Elite Hunter (Character) $25.1M 2011
7% 45% New Year's Eve Stan Harris (Character) $54.5M 2011
No Score Yet 36% Manual of Love 3 Adrian (Character) - 2011
72% 63% Machete Sen. McLaughlin (Character) $26.6M 2010
50% 21% Stone Jack Maybry (Character) $1.8M 2010
9% 34% Little Fockers Jack Byrnes (Character),
Producer
$148.4M 2010
48% 53% Everybody's Fine Frank (Character) $8.9M 2009
80% 85% I Knew It Was You: Rediscovering John Cazale Unknown (Character) - 2009
18% 37% Righteous Kill Detective Thomas Cowan (Character) $40.1M 2008
50% 22% What Just Happened? Ben (Character),
Producer
$1.1M 2008
76% 86% Stardust Captain Shakespeare (Character) $38.3M 2007
55% 51% The Good Shepherd Bill Sullivan (Character),
Director,
Producer
$59.9M 2006
13% 50% Hide and Seek Dr. Richard Goodman (Character) $51.1M 2005
46% 83% Rent Producer $29M 2005
39% 58% Meet the Fockers Jack Byrnes (Character),
Producer
$279.2M 2004
64% 78% Stage Beauty Producer $776.7K 2004
4% 35% The Bridge of San Luis Rey The Archbishop (Character) $42.9K 2004
36% 49% Shark Tale Don Lino (Voice) $160.8M 2004
4% 20% Godsend Dr. Richard Wells (Character) $14.3M 2004
27% 39% Analyze That Paul Vitti (Character) $32.1M 2002
25% 25% Showtime Mitch Preston (Character) $37.9M 2002
No Score Yet 88% 9/11 Unknown (Character) - 2002
48% 40% City by the Sea Detective Vincent Lamarca (Character) $22.4M 2002
93% 55% About a Boy Producer $40.6M 2002
32% 37% 15 Minutes Eddie Fleming (Character) $24.4M 2001
73% 67% The Score Nick Wells (Character) $71.1M 2001
84% 79% Meet the Parents Jack Byrnes (Character),
Producer
$166.2M 2000
42% 81% Men of Honor Billy Sunday (Character) $48.8M 2000
No Score Yet 92% Holiday Heart Executive Producer - 2000
43% 20% The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle Fearless Leader (Voice),
Producer
$26M 2000
41% 53% Flawless Walt Koontz (Character),
Producer
$4.5M 1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet Analyze This/Analyze That Paul Vitti (Character) - 1999
40% 75% Entropy Producer - 1999
69% 62% Analyze This Boss Paul Vitti (Character) $106.8M 1999
37% 78% Great Expectations Prisoner Arthur Lustig (Character) $26.3M 1998
68% 80% Ronin Sam (Character) $41.6M 1998
No Score Yet 100% Lenny Bruce: Swear to Tell the Truth Himself/Narrator (Character) - 1998
87% 85% Jackie Brown Louis Gara (Character) $39.6M 1997
75% 67% Cop Land Lt. Moe Tilden (Character) $44.9M 1997
85% 76% Wag the Dog Conrad Brean (Character),
Producer
$43M 1997
73% 85% Sleepers Father Bobby (Character) $53.3M 1996
7% 49% Faithful Producer $2.1M 1996
84% 63% Marvin's Room Dr. Wally (Character),
Producer
$12.8M 1996
37% 34% The Fan Gil Renard (Character) $20.1M 1996
87% 94% Heat Neil McCauley (Character) $66.2M 1995
80% 93% Casino Sam 'Ace' Rothstein (Character) $42.4M 1995
No Score Yet 61% A Hundred and One Nights Le mari de la star-fantasme en croisière (Character) - 1995
38% 49% Mary Shelley's Frankenstein The Creature (Character) $22M 1994
77% 45% Mad Dog and Glory Wayne `'Mad Dog'` Dobie (Character) $10.7M 1993
97% 93% A Bronx Tale Lorenzo Anello (Character),
Director
$16.7M 1993
76% 79% This Boy's Life Dwight Hansen (Character) $3.7M 1993
57% 30% Night and the City Harry Fabian (Character) $6.2M 1992
72% 39% Mistress Evan M. Wright (Character),
Producer
$53.6K 1992
89% 75% Thunderheart Producer $20.1M 1992
74% 75% Backdraft Donald 'Shadow' Rimgale (Character) $75.7M 1991
65% 54% Guilty by Suspicion David Merrill (Character) $8.4M 1991
74% 77% Cape Fear Max Cady (Character),
Producer
$76.4M 1991
100% 94% Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmaker's Apocalypse Unknown (Character) - 1991
88% 89% Awakenings Leonard Lowe (Character) $49.4M 1990
96% 97% Goodfellas James "Jimmy" Conway (Character) $42.6M 1990
33% 48% Stanley & Iris Stanley Everett Cox (Character) $5.5M 1990
47% 41% We're No Angels Ned (Character) $10M 1989
64% 47% Jacknife Joseph `'Jacknife'` Megessey (Character) $1.6M 1989
94% 87% Midnight Run Jack Walsh (Character) $36.3M 1988
82% 89% The Untouchables Al Capone (Character) $74.5M 1987
79% 81% Angel Heart Louis Cyphre (Character) $14.4M 1987
64% 87% The Mission Rodrigo Mendoza (Character) $17.2M 1986
98% 90% Brazil Archibald "Harry" Tuttle (Character) $3.7M 1985
87% 93% Once Upon a Time in America David 'Noodles' Aaronson (Character) - 1984
58% 63% Falling in Love Frank Raftis (Character) - 1984
89% 90% The King of Comedy Rupert Pupkin (Character) - 1983
71% 53% True Confessions Des Spellacy (Character) - 1981
93% 93% Raging Bull Jake La Motta (Character) $87.3K 1980
No Score Yet 0% The Swap Sam Nicoletti (Character) - 1979
93% 92% The Deer Hunter Michael Vronsky (Character) - 1978
63% 58% New York, New York Jimmy Doyle (Character) $91.9K 1977
58% 85% 1900 Alfredo Berlinghieri (Character) $66.1K 1976
43% 40% The Last Tycoon Monroe Stahr (Character) - 1976
96% 93% Taxi Driver Travis Bickle (Character) - 1976
98% 97% The Godfather, Part II Vito Corleone (Character) - 1974
92% 62% Bang the Drum Slowly Bruce Pearson (Character) - 1973
95% 84% Mean Streets Johnny Boy Cervello (Character) $32.6K 1973
No Score Yet 0% Jennifer on My Mind Mardigian (Character) - 1971
73% 57% Hi, Mom Jon Rubin (Character) - 1970
14% 41% Bloody Mama Lloyd Barker (Character) - 1970
No Score Yet 10% Sam's Song Sam (Character) - 1969
No Score Yet 18% The Wedding Party Cecil (Character) - 1969
88% 41% Greetings Jon Rubin (Character) - 1968

TV

Credit
No Score Yet No Score Yet Today Guest 2012-2020 2008-2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet Entertainment Tonight Guest 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Dish Nation Guest 2020
No Score Yet 58% The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Guest 2018-2020 2015-2016
No Score Yet 40% The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Guest 2019-2020 2015-2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Graham Norton Show Guest 2019-2020 2013-2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet Close Up With The Hollywood Reporter Guest 2020
No Score Yet 26% Late Night With Seth Meyers Guest 2019 2015-2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet The View Guest 2019 2017 2013-2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet Extra Guest 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet CBS News Sunday Morning Guest 2019 2013
96% 91% When They See Us Executive Producer 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sidelines Guest 2019
No Score Yet 12% The Alec Baldwin Show Guest 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Today With Kathie Lee & Hoda Guest 2018
No Score Yet No Score Yet Celebrity Page Guest 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Today's Take Guest 2016-2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Full Measure With Sharyl Attkisson Guest 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Good Morning America Guest 2017 2015 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet Vice Guide to Film Guest 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live! Guest 2016
No Score Yet No Score Yet CBS This Morning Guest 2016 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet Live! With Kelly and Michael Guest 2015 2012-2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet Charlie Rose Guest 2015 2011
No Score Yet No Score Yet Access Hollywood Guest 2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet etalk Guest 2015
74% 80% About a Boy Executive Producer 2014-2015
No Score Yet No Score Yet FOX News Sunday With Chris Wallace Guest 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart Guest 2014 2008
No Score Yet No Score Yet 106 & Park Unknown (Character) 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet Saturday Night Live Unknown (Guest Star),
Guest,
Host
2013 2010 2004 2002 1997
No Score Yet No Score Yet Larry King Now Guest 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Talk Guest 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Insider Guest 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet Katie Guest 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Guest 2013 2011 2009
No Score Yet No Score Yet Inside the Actors Studio Guest 2013 1999
43% No Score Yet NYC 22 Executive Producer 2012
78% 93% 30 Rock Robert De Niro (Guest Star) 2011
No Score Yet No Score Yet Live With Regis and Kelly Guest 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet ES.TV Guest 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet Entertainers: With Byron Allen Guest 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet Kickin' It: With Byron Allen Guest 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Early Show Guest 2009
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sesame Street Unknown (Guest Star) 2007 2002
88% 87% Extras Unknown (Guest Star) 2006
No Score Yet No Score Yet Epic Conversations Guest

QUOTES FROM Robert De Niro CHARACTERS

Neil McCauley says: Look at me.

Hunter says: You never got me down, Ray. You never got me down.

Carl Van Loon says: I want that pill! Gimme that pill!

Jason Kelly says: I dropped my phone.

Dick Kelly says: I think it fell into the car's vagina.

Dick Kelly says: She's not right for you, if you get married to her you'll be sleep walking the rest of your life.

Dick Kelly says: She told me on her deathbed: get back out there again.

Ben Whittaker says: You should feel nothing but great about what you've done, and I'd hate to see you let anyone take that away from you.

Louis Cyphre says: You've been living on borrowed time in another man's memories.

Michael says: Bring it over here! It's like a piece of charcoal by now.

Jake LaMotta says: Put my robe on right.

Jack Walsh says: Don't overcook it. If you overcook it, it's no good. It defeats it's own purpose.

Max says: Secretary Bailey: (checking his pocket watch) It's 10:25. And I've got nothing left to lose. When you've been betrayed by a friend, you hit back. Do it.

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: You see, Mr Secretary... I have a story also, a little simpler than yours. Many years ago, I had a friend, a dear friend. I turned him in to save his life, but he was killed. But he wanted it that way. It was a great friendship. But it went bad for him, and it went bad for me too. Good night, Mr Bailey.

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: I hope the investigation turns out to be nothing. It'd be a shame to see a lifetime of work go to waste.

Ordell Robbie says: Is she dead? Yes or no?

Louis Gara says: Pretty much.

Simon Silver says: How did you do that?

Simon Silver says: Are you questioning my power?!

Bruce Pearson says: Too bad you pitch spit.

David Callaway says: Come out, come out wherever you are...

Bill Sullivan says: I don't want your answer now, just think about it. But this isn't a bunch of fraternity boys sitting around playing with their pricks... This is for real. For America.

Bill Sullivan says: We'll eventually get involved in this war. Not because we want to, but because we have to, and we should. And the President has asked me to look into creating a Foreign Intelligence Service. And if that happens, I'll be looking for patriotic, honorable, bright young men from the right backgrounds to manage the various departments. In other words, no jews or negroes and very few Catholics, and that's only because I'm a Catholic.

Spence says: You worried about saving your own skin?

Sam says: Yeah, I am. It covers my body.

James Conway says: Never rat on your friends, and always keep your mouth shut.

James Conway says: Never rat on your friends and always keep your mouth shut.

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: Today they asked us to get rid of Joe, tomorrow they ask me to get rid of you. Is that okay with you? 'Cause it's not okay with me!

Louis Cyphre says: The flesh is week, Johnny. Only the soul is immortal and yours belong to me.

Neil McCauley says: Don't let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner

Neil McCauley says: Don't let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner.

Fearless Leader says: You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? Then who the else are you talking Well I'm the only one here so you must be talking to me

Fearless Leader says: You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? Then who the else are you talking. Well I'm the only one here so you must be talking to me.

Fearless Leader says: There has never been a way to actually destroy a cartoon character until now.

White House Mole says: What about that movie Roger Rabbit?

Fearless Leader says: : Shut up. This is totally different. [pauses] There has never been a way to actually destroy a cartoon character until now.

Fearless Leader says: : Shut up. This is totally different. There has never been a way to actually destroy a cartoon character until now.

Fearless Leader says: Sometimes, it's not so easy being Fearless Leader.

Pat Sr. says: You gotta pay attention to the signs. When life reaches out a moment like this, it's a sin if you don't reach back. It'll haunt you for the rest of your days like a curse.

Pat Sr. says: You love her even before you realized it

Pat Sr. says: You love her even before you realized it.

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: And That's That.

Simon Silver says: It is the deep, painful urgency of the animal forced to live in darkness which finally opens its eyes and voraciously demands light with a howl of rage!

Travis Bickle says: Don't be a whore, you're only 12 years old, Go home!

Jake LaMotta says: You never got me down, Ray!

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: Yeah, well, I read about your troubles in the newspapers. But a man in your position, with all your power and all your privileges, has to assume a certain amount of responsibility... a certain amount of risk

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: Yeah, well, I read about your troubles in the newspapers. But a man in your position, with all your power and all your privileges, has to assume a certain amount of responsibility a certain amount of risk

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: Yeah, well, I read about your troubles in the newspapers. But a man in your position, with all your power and all your privileges, has to assume a certain amount of responsibility a certain amount of risk.

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: You did. You're terrific. [Disregarding the wrinkles on Deborah's face, Noodles gazes at a theatre poster of "Anthony and Cleopatra," which Deborah had just acted in]

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: You did. You're terrific.

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: It's true I have killed people, Mr. Bailey. Sometimes to defend myself, sometimes for money. And many people used to come to us. Business partners, rivals, lovers. Some of the jobs we took, and some we didn't. Yours is one we would never touch, Mr Bailey.

Max says: Is this your idea of revenge?

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: No. It's just the way I see things.

Pat Sr. says: The only way to beat my crazy was by doing something even crazier. Thank you. I love you. I knew it from the moment I saw you. I’m sorry it took me so long to catch up

Pat Sr. says: The only way to beat my crazy was by doing something even crazier. Thank you. I love you. I knew it from the moment I saw you. I'm sorry it took me so long to catch up.

James Conway says: It's gonna be a good summer!

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: From now on, I want you to put an equal amount of blueberries in each muffin.

Baker says: Do you know how long that's going to take?

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: I don't care how long it takes. Put an equal amount in each muffin.

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: I want you to exit this guy off the premises, I want you to exit him off his feet and I want you to use his head to open the fucking door.

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: You tied up our little daughter to a bed? What the fuck is the matter with you? Is there something mentally wrong with you?

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: I don't give a shit who he's connected to. Tell him to take his fuckin' feet off the table. What's he think this is, a goddamn sawdust joint?

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: When you love someone, you've gotta trust them. There's no other way. You've got to give them the key to everything that's yours. Otherwise, what's the point? And for a while, I believed, that's the kind of love I had.

James Conway says: [Knocks on the car window of two cops following him. They cops have fallen asleep] Come on fuckos, let's go for a ride.

James Conway says: Come on fuckos, let's go for a ride.

Tommy DeVito says: Hey, Henry, Henry, hurry up, will ya? My mother's gonna make some fried peppers and sausage for us.

James Conway says: Oh, hey, Henry, Henry! Here's an arm!

Henry Hill says: Very funny, guys.

James Conway says: Here's a leg!

Tommy DeVito says: Here's a wing! Hey, what do you like, the leg or the wing, Henry? Or ya still go for the old hearts and lungs?

Rupert Pupkin says: Rita, every king needs a queen. I want you to be mine.

Dwight Hansen says: I don't think I flatter myself by saying I'm something of a whiz with a rifle and living in concrete gives me every opportunity to prove that

Travis Bickle says: I don't know. That's about the dumbest thing I ever heard.

Neil McCauley says: I told you I never going back.

Vincent Hanna says: Because she has a great ass and you got your head all the up it.

Neil McCauley says: There is a flip side to that coin. What if you do got me boxed in and I gotta put you down? Cause no matter what, you will not get in my way. We've been face to face, yeah. But I will not hesitate. Not for a second.

Neil McCauley says: A guy told me one time, "Don't let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner.

Neil McCauley says: A guy told me one time, "Don't let yourself get attached to anything you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if you feel the heat around the corner."

Travis Bickle says: You talkin' to me?

Dwight Hansen says: Is it empty? Is it empty? is it empty?! IS IT EMPTY?!

Dwight Hansen says: Is it empty? Is it empty? Is it empty?Is it empty!

Toby Wolff says: No!

Dwight Hansen says: There he is...the guy who thinks he knows everything.

Dwight Hansen says: There he is. The guy who thinks he knows everything.

Jake LaMotta says: I bought it for my father. I bought the building.

Vickie LaMotta says: Oh, yeah? From fightin'?

Jake LaMotta says: Yeah. What else?

Travis Bickle says: You're only as healthy as you feel.

Pat Sr. says: Why are you wearing a garbage bag?

Pat Solitano says: To sweat.

Michael says: Put an empty chamber in there!

Neil McCauley says: I am never going back.

Vincent Hanna says: Then don't take down scores.

Neil McCauley says: I do what I do best: I take scores. You do what you do best: Try to stop guys like me.

Jack Walsh says: I think I'm gonna get the steak, what about you...well why don't you then get the lobster so I can get a little surf n' turf action going.

Nick Wells says: If somebody built it, somebody can unbuild it.

Vito Corleone says: (Whispering in Italian) My father's name was Antonio Andolini, and this is for you!

Vito Corleone says: [whispering in Italian] My father's name was Antonio Andolini, and this is for you!

Pat Sr. says: I'm going to come over and break that camera over your head, and come back and interview you about what it's like to have that camera broken over your head.

Stan says: How does it feel to be shot

Stan says: How does it feel to be shot.

Michael says: Don't hurt. That's what you wanna know. And how it's been, doing OK

Michael says: Don't hurt. That's what you wanna know. And how it's been, doing okay.

Stan says: Yeah, same thing. Nothing's changed. I'm getting more ass than a toilet seat and Axel here, he's getting fatter than ever.

Michael says: Stanley, see this? This is this. This ain't something else. This is this. From now on, you're on your own

Michael says: Stanley, see this? This is this. This ain't something else. This is this. From now on, you're on your own.

Fearless Leader says: How many times in the past have they stood between me and my dreams of glory? How many times have they foiled my plans with their bungling interference

Fearless Leader says: How many times in the past have they stood between me and my dreams of glory? How many times have they foiled my plans with their bungling interference.

Boris Badenov says: Er... 28

Boris Badenov says: Er... 28.

Judge says: Quiet, idiot

Judge says: Quiet, idiot.

Paul Vitti says: You're turning me down?

Ben Sobel says: When I got into family therapy, this was not the "family" I had in mind

Ben Sobel says: When I got into family therapy, this was not the 'family' I had in mind.

Paul Vitti says: You, with your schmucky little office in your schmucky little home, you're turning *me* down? For what, so you can go back and listen to housewives piss and moan about how nobody fucks 'em right anymore?

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: All right, shut the fuck up! Now listen very carefully: call off your dogs and let the strikers work it out with the bosses

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: All right, shut the fuck up! Now listen very carefully: call off your dogs and let the strikers work it out with the bosses.

David "Noodles" Aaronson says: I like the stink of the streets. It makes me feel good. And I like the smell of it, it opens up my lungs. And it gives me a hard-on.

Johnny Boy says: I fuck you right where you breath, because I don't give two shits about you or nobody else

Johnny Boy says: I fuck you right where you breath, because I don't give two shits about you or nobody else.

Travis Bickle says: You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? You talkin' to me? Then who the hell else are you talkin' to? You talkin' to me? Well I'm the only one here. Who the fuck do you think you're talking to?

James Conway says: You might know who we are.......we KNOW who you are understand?

James Conway says: You might know who we are... we KNOW who you are. Understand?

James Conway says: You might know who we are, but we know who you are, you understand?

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: If you come back here, we catch either one of you we're gonna break your fucking heads and you won't walk out of here, see that fucking saw we're gonna use it, you don't fuck around in this place, got it, get out of here

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: If you come back here, we catch either one of you we're gonna break your fucking heads and you won't walk out of here, see that fucking saw we're gonna use it, you don't fuck around in this place, got it, get out of here.

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: I wanted everyone to know that things were changed around here. We had to make an example to these pricks that the party was over

Sam (Ace) Rothstein says: I wanted everyone to know that things were changed around here. We had to make an example to these pricks that the party was over.

James Conway says: I'm not mad, I'm proud of you. You took your first pinch like a man, and learned the two greatest things in life. Look at me. Never rat on your friends and always keep your mouth shut

James Conway says: I'm not mad, I'm proud of you. You took your first pinch like a man, and learned the two greatest things in life. Look at me. Never rat on your friends and always keep your mouth shut.

Al Capone says: I want him dead, i want his house burnt to the ground i want to go to his house and piss on his ashes

Al Capone says: I want him DEAD! I want his family DEAD! I want his house burned to the GROUND!

Pat Sr. says: Are you taking the right dose?

Pat says: Of course I am dad if I wasn't then I'd be on the floor.

Vito Corleone says: Michael, your father loves you very much. Very much.

Travis Bickle says: I got some bad ideas in my head

Travis Bickle says: I got some bad ideas in my head.

Travis Bickle says: I got some bad ideas in my head!

Michael says: I feel a lot of distance, and I feel far away.

Michael says: [holding a bullet] Stanley, see this? This is this! This ain't something else. This is this. From now on, you're on your own.

Louis Cyphre says: The future is not what it used to be Mr Angel.

Pat Sr. says: Are you taking the right dosage?

Pat Sr. says: What is this, Dancing With The Stars?

Jake LaMotta says: I'm the best, I can take it more than anybody

Jake LaMotta says: I'm the best, I can take it more than anybody.

Jake LaMotta says: I don't go down for nobody

Jake LaMotta says: I don't go down for nobody.

Michael says: All he's got is that stupid gun he carries around like John Wayne.

Pat Sr. says: Let me tell ya. You gotta pay attention to signs. When life reaches out with a moment like this it's a sin if you don't reach back... I'm telling you.

Sharp Featured Man says: "I do know that for the sympathy of one living being, I would make peace with all. I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the likes of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other."

Sharp Featured Man says: I do know that for the sympathy of one living being, I would make peace with all. I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the likes of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other.

Sharp Featured Man says: You gave me these emotions, but you didn't tell me how to use them. Now two people are dead because of us. Why?"

Sharp Featured Man says: You gave me these emotions, but you didn't tell me how to use them. Now two people are dead because of us. Why?

Dr. Frankenstein says: "There was something at work in my soul which I do not understand."

Dr. Frankenstein says: There was something at work in my soul which I do not understand.

Sharp Featured Man says: "And what of my soul? Do I have one? Or was that a part you left out?"

Sharp Featured Man says: And what of my soul? Do I have one? Or was that a part you left out?

Vito Corleone says: My name is Vito Corleone. And this is for you!

Pat Sr. says: Everybody?

Pat says: Everybody?

Tiffany says: I was very depressed after Tommy died.

Pat Sr. says: You don't have to talk about it.

Pat says: You don't have to talk about it.

Tiffany says: Thanks.

Pat Sr. says: How many were there?

Pat says: How many were there?

Jonathan says: "One writer to another. I don't care how good a writer you are, you can't kill someone with words.

Jonathan says: One writer to another. I don't care how good a writer you are, you can't kill someone with words.

Gregor says: It would be nice to do something.

Sam says: We are doing something. We're sitting here, waiting.

Sam says: What's the color of the boathouse at Hereford?

Sam says: Tell me about an ambush. I ambushed you with a cup of coffee!

Simon Silver says: Can you trust, me?

Simon Silver says: What can you really know?...

Simon Silver says: What can you really know?

Simon Silver says: How dare you, are you challenging me, are you questioning my power?!

Simon Silver says: I am the life force, I come with the wind, and I go with the wind...Do you wan't me to hurt you? Get out of here now while you can!

Simon Silver says: I am the life force, I come with the wind, and I go with the wind... Do you wan't me to hurt you? Get out of here now while you can!

Simon Silver says: You will know the truth, and the truth will make you furious.

Harry Tuttle says: Listen, this old system of yours could be on fire and I couldn't even turn on the kitchen tap without filling out a 27b/6... Bloody paperwork.