Kevin Rimney's Quotes - Rotten Tomatoes

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The Missouri Breaks
The Missouri Breaks (1976) 23 months ago
  1. Tom Logan: Do you know what woke you up? I just slit your throat.
Sullivan's Travels
Sullivan's Travels (1941) 2 years ago
  1. The Girl: Where is this train going?
  2. John L. Sullivan: I don't know.
  3. The Girl: Well how long does it take to get there?
Sullivan's Travels
Sullivan's Travels (1941) 2 years ago
  1. The Girl: Where is this train going?
  2. John L. Sullivan: I don't know.
  3. The Girl: Well how long does it take to get there?
Jigsaw
Jigsaw (1949) 2 years ago
  1. Barbara Whitfield: Trouble, really, am I a lot of trouble?
  2. Howard Malloy: Women always are. Beautiful women anyway.
  3. Barbara Whitfield: Of course, that's what men like.
  4. Howard Malloy: Beauty.
  5. Barbara Whitfield: The trouble.
Craze, (Demon Master)
Craze, (Demon Master) (1974) 3 years ago
  1. Neal Mottram: Awful lot of weirdos around and who can tell what it takes to please them.
The Flesh and The Fiends
The Flesh and The Fiends (1961) 3 years ago
  1. William Hare: Now Aggie you're not thinking our intentions are dishonorable, You're old enough to be me own mother.
The Flesh and The Fiends
The Flesh and The Fiends (1961) 3 years ago
  1. Dr. Robert Knox: So, they've decided to let the world judge me. Very courageous of them. It is time for my lecture. I have never missed a lecture Mitchell.
  2. Dr. Geoffrey Mitchell: No sir.
  3. Dr. Robert Knox: It will be quite a new experience talking to empty walls. At least they won't criticize me.
The Flesh and The Fiends
The Flesh and The Fiends (1961) 3 years ago
  1. Mary Patterson: If you were half a man you'd drag me out of here by the roots of my hair but just try it and I'll kill you.
The Flesh and The Fiends
The Flesh and The Fiends (1961) 3 years ago
  1. Rev. Lincoln: That man is doing the devil's work.
  2. Dr. Ferguson: Aye, and he does it brilliantly.
The Undead
The Undead (1957) 3 years ago
  1. Livia: Tis a wager then my twisted copy of a wizardess. Try every trick you know, I will vanquish thee and I will do it in my sleep.
  2. Meg-Maud: Sleep not while I'm awake. Thine sleep is coming, in the sulfurous pit!
The Undead
The Undead (1957) 3 years ago
  1. Meg-Maud: I know thee, for an imp!
The Undead
The Undead (1957) 3 years ago
  1. Scroop: Now there's a fine face to see on such a fine nice.
The Undead
The Undead (1957) 3 years ago
  1. Helene: A house, will I be safe there?
  2. Smokin: A mad man can't be sure of that, no more than whether you bewitched me or did not. Hey diddle diddle the rat and the fiddle. The corpse jumped over his tomb. The murderer laughed to see such a sight as he strangled a girl in the gloom , gloom, gloom, gloom.
The Old Dark House
The Old Dark House (1932) 3 years ago
  1. Sir William Porterhouse: Once you started making money it's hard to stop, especially if you're like me. there isn't much else you're good at.
The Old Dark House
The Old Dark House (1932) 3 years ago
  1. Margaret Waverton: For now heaven's sake stop, let's look at a map or something.
  2. Roger Penderell: My own view is we're not on a map.
Clue
Clue (1985) 3 years ago
  1. Wadsworth: Three murders.
  2. Mr. Green: Six altogether.
  3. Wadsworth: This is getting serious.
Clue
Clue (1985) 3 years ago
  1. Col. Mustard: Do you like Kipling Miss Scarlet?
  2. Miss Scarlet: Sure I'll eat anything.
Clue
Clue (1985) 3 years ago
  1. Miss Scarlet: Why has the car stopped?
  2. Prof. Plum: It's frightened.
The Pawnbroker
The Pawnbroker (1965) 3 years ago
  1. Ruth Nazerman: Papa is dead, what am I going to do Sol?
  2. Sol Nazerman: You bury him, there's nothing else to do.
  3. Ruth Nazerman: Sol when you talk like that you're not human.
  4. Sol Nazerman: What do you want me to do, come over and cry with you? Well to hell with your crying.
The Pawnbroker
The Pawnbroker (1965) 3 years ago
  1. Sol Nazerman: Do you believe in God Ortiz?
  2. Jesus Ortiz: I don't know Mr. Nazerman but you believe in God, and I'd make book on that.
  3. Sol Nazerman: I do not believe in God, or art, or science, or newspapers, or politics, or philosophy.
Shadow of a Doubt
Shadow of a Doubt (1943) 3 years ago
  1. Charlie Oakley: Everybody was sweet and pretty then Charlie, the whole world, wonderful world. Not like the world today, not like the world now.
Silent Movie
Silent Movie (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Mel Funn: She's incredible! I hope to God she's not a female impersonator.
Silent Movie
Silent Movie (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Marty Eggs: Would you mind dancing with a mild-mannered pervert?
Monkey Business
Monkey Business (1931) 3 years ago
  1. Stowaway: Oh I realize it's a penny here and a penny there but look at me, I've worked myself up from nothing to a state of extreme poverty.
Monkey Business
Monkey Business (1931) 3 years ago
  1. Stowaway: You're a woman who's been getting nothing but dirty breaks. Well, we can clean and tighten your brakes, but you'll have to stay in the garage all night.
Whoopee
Whoopee (1930) 3 years ago
  1. Henry Williams: You're starved? I want to tell you something Sally Morgan, I've had a piece of toast, two pieces of asparagus, and a bottle of Bromiseltzer since Easter Sunday. Would you believe that?
Whoopee
Whoopee (1930) 3 years ago
  1. Mary Custer: Aw, poor Henry, let me hold your hand.
  2. Henry Williams: It's not heavy, I can manage, hold your own hand.
Whoopee
Whoopee (1930) 3 years ago
  1. Sheriff Bob Wells: Say, is that guy Henry Williams really as sick as he thinks he is?
  2. Mary Custer: He's so full of pills they can't operate on him, he keeps rolling off the table.
To Have and Have Not
To Have and Have Not (1944) 3 years ago
  1. Cricket: Hey Slim, you still happy?
  2. Marie Browning (Slim): What do you think?
To Have and Have Not
To Have and Have Not (1944) 3 years ago
  1. Harry Morgan: Johnson's my client.
  2. Marie Browning (Slim): He doesn't speak so well of you.
  3. Harry Morgan: He's still my client. You ought to pick on someone to steal from who doesn't owe me money.
The Fallen Idol
The Fallen Idol (1949) 3 years ago
  1. Julie: I'm only going because it's not possible to stay.
The Fallen Idol
The Fallen Idol (1949) 3 years ago
  1. Baines: Things happen, things change.
  2. Julie: People don't change.
The Fallen Idol
The Fallen Idol (1949) 3 years ago
  1. Felipe: But why did you leave Africa?
  2. Baines: Why, oh, get married you know.
  3. Felipe: Wasn't there anybody to marry out there in Africa?
  4. Baines: Ah yes, plenty, but they weren't white.
  5. Felipe: Must they be white?
  6. Baines: Um, hmmmm.
God Bless America
God Bless America (2012) 3 years ago
  1. Frank: I really hate this country.
  2. Roxy: That's why we're moving to France.
God Bless America
God Bless America (2012) 3 years ago
  1. Roxy: Come on Frank, let's dance.
  2. Frank: I don't dance.
  3. Roxy: Come on , I'll lead.
  4. Office Staff: I doubt that.
God Bless America
God Bless America (2012) 3 years ago
  1. Frank: I don't care, I'm just glad he's dead.
God Bless America
God Bless America (2012) 3 years ago
  1. Roxy: This is more fun than killing yourself, right?
  2. Frank: I don't know. Yeah I guess.
Just Before Dawn
Just Before Dawn (1981) 3 years ago
  1. Roy McLean: What is a demon to you mister?
  2. Ty: Tall... bigger than you. Built, built like that mountain up there. It had Vachel's hat and vest on, it had death in it's eye.
Just Before Dawn
Just Before Dawn (1981) 3 years ago
  1. Ty: There's been a murder, my nephew Vachel.
  2. Roy McLean: Who did it? Who did it?!
  3. Ty: Demon. Gonna get those kids too.
  4. Roy McLean: You saw those kids?
  5. Ty: They wouldn't listen. I tried to warn them, they wouldn't hear it.
Die! Die! My Darling!
Die! Die! My Darling! (1965) 3 years ago
  1. Pat Carroll: What do you intend to do, starve me to repentance?
  2. Mrs. Trefoile: If necessary.
Saint John of Las Vegas
Saint John of Las Vegas (2010) 3 years ago
  1. Mr. Townsend: Do you know what's most important to me? Do you?
  2. John: No sir.
  3. Mr. Townsend: Family, family is the most important thing. Don't you think?
  4. John: Sure.
  5. Mr. Townsend: Do you have a family?
  6. John: No.
  7. Mr. Townsend: Then why did you agree with me?
The Station Agent
The Station Agent (2003) 4 years ago
  1. Joe Oramas: Let me ask you a question Fin. Do you people have clubs?
  2. Finbar McBride: What do you mean?
  3. Joe Oramas: You know, like a "train of the month" club.
  4. Finbar McBride: Yeah there are clubs.
The Station Agent
The Station Agent (2003) 4 years ago
  1. Joe Oramas: I'm Joe Oramas, what's your name?
  2. Finbar McBride: Fin.
  3. Joe Oramas: Fin?
  4. Finbar McBride: Yeah.
  5. Joe Oramas: Cool.
The Station Agent
The Station Agent (2003) 4 years ago
  1. Louis Tiboni: You ever been out to this part of New Jersey?
  2. Finbar McBride: No.
  3. Louis Tiboni: I drove through it once. Let me tell you. I mean, it's pretty, but there's nothing out there. Nothing.
Night of the Comet
Night of the Comet (1984) 4 years ago
  1. Samantha: Great car.
  2. DMK: Thanks, I have twenty three of them. Would you like to go for a ride?
  3. Samantha: More than you know.
Night of the Comet
Night of the Comet (1984) 4 years ago
  1. Samantha: You're not going to blame me because the phone went dead, I'm not the phone company. Nobody is the phone company anymore!
Night of the Comet
Night of the Comet (1984) 4 years ago
  1. Samantha: Muffy? Stupid dog.
Night of the Comet
Night of the Comet (1984) 4 years ago
  1. Samantha: I can't get anybody on the phone.
  2. Regina: Sammi, you can't get anybody on the phone because everybody's gone. They're all gone.
  3. Samantha: What? Can you grab the milk please?
Night of the Comet
Night of the Comet (1984) 4 years ago
  1. Regina: Whoa, what is this, trick or treat?
  2. Monster in Alley: Come here!
  3. Regina: Come here your ass.
On the Beach
On the Beach (1959) 4 years ago
  1. Peter Holmes: By the way, I invited Captain Towers for the weekend.
  2. Mary Holmes: Oh Peter you didn't.
  3. Peter Holmes: I had to really, we had lunch together and he started asking questions about how we lived and all. Mary, I'd have looked an awful clod not to have asked him. He'll be alright I think.
  4. Mary Holmes: Was he married do you know?
  5. Peter Holmes: Two kids.
  6. Mary Holmes: And they're gone?
  7. Peter Holmes: Yes, they were in America.
On the Beach
On the Beach (1959) 4 years ago
  1. Admiral Bridie: I've got an assignment for you. You care for some of this miserable muck which passes for coffee these days?
  2. Peter Holmes: No thank you sir.
  3. Admiral Bridie: It's a reasonably important assignment as things go these days. That's going to be quite a phrase isn't it, these days? Do you find yourself using it?
  4. Peter Holmes: Yes sir, I'm afraid I do.
On the Beach
On the Beach (1959) 4 years ago
  1. Mary Holmes: Peter, they must be giving you a ship of your own.
  2. Peter Holmes: No darling, they don't give ships to Lieutenants.
  3. Mary Holmes: Then why would it be Admiral Bridie himself? If you were just to replace someone who was ill or something, that wouldn't mean seeing Admiral Bridie himself would it?
  4. Peter Holmes: I don't know, you don't quite know what to expect these days.
Sleeping Beauty
Sleeping Beauty (2011) 4 years ago
  1. Lucy: I love drinking, I'm really good at it.
Grand Hotel
Grand Hotel (1932) 4 years ago
  1. Dr. Otternschlag: Grand Hotel. Always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens. [end of film]
Grand Hotel
Grand Hotel (1932) 4 years ago
  1. Otto Kringelein: [on the phone] It's pretty bad, he says I haven't long to live. [louder] I say he says I won't live much longer. No, it isn't nice to be told things like that. You plague, bother, and save, and all of a sudden you're dead.
Stage Door
Stage Door (1937) 4 years ago
  1. Terry Randall: Oh, darling, you're sweet... I wish you were going to be there to hold my hand.
  2. Kaye Hamilton: I'll be there... [Terry looks at her] ...in spirit.
Stage Door
Stage Door (1937) 4 years ago
  1. Kaye Hamilton: I felt the same way a year ago. I felt like running and hiding from everyone... But after you're through that opening speech, there's a thrill you'll never forget. It's a thrill that can only come once.
  2. Terry Randall: I can't figure out whether it's thrill or agony.
  3. Kaye Hamilton: It's both.
Stage Door
Stage Door (1937) 4 years ago
  1. Anthony Powell: How long have you been coaching this girl?
  2. Catherine Luther: I've only had her a month.
  3. Anthony Powell: Incredible: No one could possibly get that bad in a month's time. .
Stage Door
Stage Door (1937) 4 years ago
  1. Eve: Girls, I think we have a new queen bee for the hive.
  2. Judy Canfield: But the same King, King Anthony the first.
Stage Door
Stage Door (1937) 4 years ago
  1. Jean Maitland: Psst! Pardon me, there's a dust storm blowing up. [affectedly] Howjado.
  2. Linda Shaw: [flaunting her sable coat] Have we met socially?
  3. Jean Maitland: I hope not. [taking in coat] A very nifty piece of jack- rabbit you have there.
  4. Linda Shaw: Just a little trinket my Aunt Susan gave me.
  5. Jean Maitland: I think it's terribly unselfish of these little animals to give up their lives to keep other animals warm.
  6. Linda Shaw: They're very smart little animals. They never make sacrifices for the wrong people.
Stage Door
Stage Door (1937) 4 years ago
  1. Judy Canfield: If you weren't so snooty you could have had a date with me tonight.
  2. Jean Maitland: You can have my share of those timber wolves.
  3. Judy Canfield: They may be timber wolves to you, but they're meat and potatoes to me.
  4. Jean Maitland: Don't you know any younger men?
  5. Judy Canfield: I'm tired of buying dinners for younger men.
Stage Door
Stage Door (1937) 4 years ago
  1. Jean Maitland: Do you mind if I ask you a personal question?
  2. Terry Randall: Another one?
  3. Jean Maitland: Are those trunks full of bodies?
  4. Terry Randall: [indicating trunks on either side of open one] Just those but I don't intend to unpack them.
  5. Jean Maitland: I was just thinking if the room got too crowded, we could live in the trunks.
Stage Door
Stage Door (1937) 4 years ago
  1. Jean Maitland: When does your baggage get here? [It already fills the room]
  2. Terry Randall: [opening one of several trunks] I'm expecting the bulk of it in the morning.
  3. Jean Maitland: We could leave the trunks here and sleep in the hall. There's no use crowding the trunks.
  4. Terry Randall: [taking out furs] I don't know what we're going to do when the wolf hounds arrive. I hope you don't mind animals. [tosses fur on bed]
  5. Jean Maitland: [picking up fur] Oh, not at all. I've roomed with a great many of them before.
  6. Terry Randall: Yes, I can see that. [as she unpacks fur coat]
  7. Jean Maitland: [smelling the fur she picked up] Fresh killed?
  8. Terry Randall: Yes, I trapped them myself.
Stage Door
Stage Door (1937) 4 years ago
  1. Terry Randall: How expensive are your rooms?
  2. Mrs. Orcutt: Thirteen dollars if you share a room, with a girl in advance.
  3. Terry Randall: Well, that seems rather high isn't there some reduction by the week?
  4. Cast of Play: [girls in living room giggling]
  5. Mrs. Orcutt: It is thirteen dollars a week.
  6. Terry Randall: Oh, my mistake.
... All the Marbles
... All the Marbles (1981) 4 years ago
  1. Iris: I hate your guts Harry, I hate everything about you. I can't stand the sight of you any more. You're fired so get the hell out. Get the hell out of my life. You're a lousy lover, you're a lousy manager, you're a lousy human being!
  2. Harry: Now that really hurts. I am not a lousy manager.
... All the Marbles
... All the Marbles (1981) 4 years ago
  1. Harry: Lousy no good son of a bitch!
  2. Iris: You quoting Roger and Odets again? Who's a lousy no good son of a bitch?
  3. Harry: Never mind. What can you expect from a a day that starts with getting up in the morning?
... All the Marbles
... All the Marbles (1981) 4 years ago
  1. Harry: They're the hottest tag team in the state, they're like rock stars, and beautiful. Face facts we both know most lady wrestlers are dogs. So now they expect a pekingese and out come Marilyn Monroe, they go wild.
... All the Marbles
... All the Marbles (1981) 4 years ago
  1. Molly: [coughing] I'm sorry, didn't mean to wake you up.
  2. Iris: That's ok, I couldn't sleep either.
  3. Molly: What's bothering you?
  4. Iris: Wondering what's still bothering you. I've never seen you smoke before.
  5. Molly: I honestly don't know if I can take this anymore.
  6. Iris: Molly...
  7. Molly: All we're doing is running around in circles. We're not getting any place.
  8. Iris: So you're going to give up?
  9. Molly: No, I'm not going to give up. Get out maybe, while I'm still in one piece.
... All the Marbles
... All the Marbles (1981) 4 years ago
  1. Iris: You're playing around with the wrong guy.
  2. Molly: Come on Harry, don't do it. Harry don't you dare.
  3. Iris: You're not... [Harry smashes Eddies Mecedes up with a baseball bat]
  4. Molly: What was that all about?
  5. Harry: I was thinking about buying a Mercedes, but first I had to give it a stress test.
  6. Molly: Stress test?
  7. Harry: Didn't pass.
Quick Change
Quick Change (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Loomis: My mom used to do this. Just like this. You should have a kid Phyliss.
  2. Phyllis: Funny you should say that.
  3. Loomis: Really?
  4. Phyllis: Sit back.
  5. Loomis: Grimm didn't tell me.
  6. Phyllis: Grimm doesn't know. I didn't want to tell him until after the job.
The House That Dripped Blood
The House That Dripped Blood (1971) 4 years ago
  1. Charles: That's Dominic. He's the villain in my story. He's a strangler who's escaped an asylum for the criminally insane. He roams the country side at night searching for fresh victims laughing maniacally as he kills them.
  2. Alice: Sometimes I wonder where you get your ideas.
  3. Charles: Looking through the window. That's where I first saw him this morning, after you'd left.
  4. Alice: You saw him?
  5. Charles: Only in my mind's eye. From now on Dominic is my partner in crime. He's going to make us a lot of money.
  6. Alice: Well here's to Dominic.
The House That Dripped Blood
The House That Dripped Blood (1971) 4 years ago
  1. Insp. Holloway: Sergeant Martin?
  2. Police Sergeant Martin: Yes.
  3. Insp. Holloway: Detective Inspector Holloway.
  4. Police Sergeant Martin: Good afternoon sir. It's quite an honour to have you come all this way down from Scotland Yard
  5. Insp. Holloway: You think so? I've got more important things on my tray than chasing temperamental film stars.
In Darkness
In Darkness (2012) 4 years ago
  1. Officer: Where's your cap?
  2. Mundek Margulies: It was stolen sir.
  3. Officer: Bad luck. Without a cap... [pulls out gun] you have no business here. [puts gun to head but another shot interrupts the officer from firing]
  4. Officer: The man's healthy! Can't you see? [dismounts horse and walks over] If you must use a bullet... [shoots a sickly looking man in the head] use it wisely. Cap! [officer retrieves cap, hands to his superior officer who hands it to Mundek] Please.
  5. Mundek Margulies: Thank you.
In Darkness
In Darkness (2012) 4 years ago
  1. Bortnik: Your best vodka for my friends! You know what this means? [holds up a third reich watch with swastika emblem] It means I can help my friends. Even friends of friends.
  2. Szczepek: May I?
  3. Bortnik: If you need anything, just ask. I trained near the Baltic. They're tough monsters. But the Germans are the best thing to happen to the Ukrainians. The Polacks, too. Cheers!
In Darkness
In Darkness (2012) 4 years ago
  1. Bortnik: Socha? Socha!
  2. Leopold Socha: Bortnik! My Ukrainian friend! It's been years.
  3. Bortnik: Good to see you, brother! I'm a commander now.
  4. Leopold Socha: Szczepek here works with me. I know Bortnik...
  5. Bortnik: From Lonski!
  6. Szczepek: You were in jail?
  7. Leopold Socha: I had no choice.
  8. Paulina Chiger: Szczepek listen... Lonski was full of sons of bitches. But not Poldek. He could be trusted. I will never forget it. Cheers. [others cheer]
In Darkness
In Darkness (2012) 4 years ago
  1. Leopold Socha: Mr. Chiger... [leads him away to talk] Do the others know?
  2. Ignacy Chiger: I didn't want them to panic.
  3. Leopold Socha: Alright. [pulls out money and hands it to Ignacy] Here's next Friday's payment. Pay me in front of the others. I don't want them to think I'm a sucker who is doing all this for nothing.