Kia M.'s Quotes - Rotten Tomatoes

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Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Photo Journalist: The heads. You're looking at the heads. Sometimes he goes too far. He's the first one to admit it.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Benjamin Willard: Part of me was afraid of what I would find and what I would do when I got there. I knew the risks, or imagined I knew. But the thing I felt the most, much stronger than fear, was the desire to confront him.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Photo Journalist: There's mines over there, there's mines over there, and watch out those goddamn monkeys bite, I'll tell ya.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Photo Journalist: One through nine, no maybes, no supposes, no fractions. You can't travel in space, you can't go out into space, you know, without, like, you know, uh, with fractions - what are you going to land on - one-quarter, three-eighths? What are you going to do when you go from here to Venus or something? That's dialectic physics.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Chef: So whaddya wanna do? I'll kill the fuck.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Chef: This Colonel guy? He's wacko, man! He's worse than crazy. He's evil. It's fuckin' pagan idolatry. Look around you. Shit! He's loco... I ain't afraid of all them fuckin' skulls and altars and shit.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Benjamin Willard: It's a way we had over here for living with ourselves. We cut 'em in half with a machine gun and give 'em a Band-Aid. It was a lie. And the more I saw them, the more I hated lies.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Benjamin Willard: The bullshit piled up so fast in Vietnam, you needed wings to stay above it.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Colonel Kurtz: I worry that my son might not understand what I've tried to be. And if I were to be killed, Willard, I would want someone to go to my home and tell my son everything ? everything I did, everything you saw ? because there's nothing that I detest more than the stench of lies. And if you understand me, Willard, you will do this for me.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Lt. Col. Kilgore: You can either surf, or you can fight!
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Chef: I used to think if I died in an evil place, then my soul wouldn't be able to make it to heaven. But now, fuck. I don't care where it goes as long it ain't here.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Benjamin Willard: Who's the commanding officer here, soldier?
  2. Soldier in Trench: Ain't you?
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. General: Well, you see Willard . . . In this war, things get confused out there, power, ideals, the old morality, practical military necessity. But out there with these natives, it must be a temptation to be god. Because there's a conflict in every human heart, between the rational and the irrational, between good and evil. And good does not always triumph. Sometimes, the dark side overcomes what Lincoln called the better angels of our nature. Every man has got a breaking point. You and I have one. Walter Kurtz has reached his. And very obviously, he has gone insane.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Benjamin Willard: The First of the Ninth was a old cavalry division that traded in their horses for helicopters and went tear-assing around 'Nam looking for the shit...
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Benjamin Willard: The crew were mostly kids; rock & rollers with one foot in their grave.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Lt. Col. Kilgore: What the hell do you know about surfing, Major? You're from goddamned New Jersey!
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Colonel: You understand, Captain, that this mission does not exist, nor will it ever exist...
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Agent: Terminate... with extreme prejudice.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Colonel: Your mission is to proceed up the Nung River in a Navy patrol boat. Pick up Colonel Kurtz's path at Nu Mung Ba, follow it and learn what you can along the way. When you find the Colonel, infiltrate his team by whatever means available and terminate the Colonel's command.
  2. Capt. Benjamin Willard: Terminate the Colonel?
  3. General: He's out there operating without any decent restraint, totally beyond the pale of any acceptable human conduct. And he is still in the field commanding troops.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Benjamin Willard: Are you crazy, Goddammit? Don't you think its a little risky for some R&R?
  2. Lt. Col. Kilgore: If I say its safe to surf this beach, Captain, then its safe to surf this beach! I mean, I'm not afraid to surf this place. I'll surf this whole fucking place!
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Benjamin Willard: I'm going 75 klicks above the Do Lung bridge.
  2. Chief: That's Cambodia, Captain.
  3. Capt. Benjamin Willard: That's classified.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Chief: My orders say I'm not supposed to know where I'm taking this boat, so I don't! But one look at you, and I know it's gonna be hot!
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Lance: Disneyland? Fuck, man, this is better than Disneyland!
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Colonel Kurtz: Did they say why, Willard, why they want to terminate my command?
  2. Capt. Benjamin Willard: I was sent on a classified mission, sir.
  3. Colonel Kurtz: It's no longer classified, is it? Did they tell you?
  4. Capt. Benjamin Willard: They told me that you had gone totally insane, and that your methods were unsound.
  5. Colonel Kurtz: Are my methods unsound?
  6. Capt. Benjamin Willard: I don't see any method at all, sir.
  7. Colonel Kurtz: I expected someone like you. What did you expect? Are you an assassin?
  8. Capt. Benjamin Willard: I'm a soldier.
Apocalypse Now
Apocalypse Now (1979) 3 years ago
  1. Colonel Kurtz: We train young men to drop fire on people, but their commanders won't allow them to write "fuck" on their airplanes because it's obscene!
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Robert Eroica Dupea: I'd like a, uh, plain omelette, uh, no potatoes, tomatoes instead, a cup of coffee, and wheat toast.
  2. Waitress: No substitutions.
  3. Robert Eroica Dupea: What do you mean? You don't have any tomatoes?
  4. Waitress: Only what's on the menu. You can have a number two - a plain omelette. It comes with cottage fries and rolls.
  5. Robert Eroica Dupea: Yeah, I know what it comes with, but it's not what I want.
  6. Waitress: Well, I'll come back when you make up your mind.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Palm Apodaca: 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!
  2. Robert Eroica Dupea: Yeah, well, I didn't get it, did I?
  3. Palm Apodaca: No, but it was very clever. I would have just punched her out.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Palm Apodaca: Hey, follow that truck. They know the best places to stop.
  2. Rayette Dipesto: That's an old maid's tale.
  3. Palm Apodaca: Bullshit! Truck drivers are the only ones that know the best places to stop on the road.
  4. Rayette Dipesto: Salesmen and cops are the ones. If you'd ever waitressed, honey, you'd know that.
  5. Palm Apodaca: Don't call me honey, mac.
  6. Rayette Dipesto: Don't call me mac, honey.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Robert Eroica Dupea: If you wouldn't open your mouth, everything would be just fine.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Rayette Dipesto: That was real good, wasn't it? I finally did it!
  2. Robert Eroica Dupea: 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.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Robert Eroica Dupea: 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?
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Robert Eroica Dupea: What are you doing screwing around with all this crap?
  2. Catherine Van Ost: I do not find your language very charming.
  3. Robert Eroica Dupea: It isn't. It's direct.
  4. Catherine Van Ost: I'd like you to leave so that I can take a bath. Is that direct?
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Palm Apodaca: Disposal. What's that but more crap? I've never seen such crap.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Palm Apodaca: 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.
  2. Robert Eroica Dupea: Who?
  3. Palm Apodaca: 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.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Robert Eroica Dupea: 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.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Robert Eroica Dupea: You're just gonna sit here?
  2. Rayette Dipesto: Yes.
  3. Robert Eroica Dupea: Okay. I hope no one hits on you.
  4. Rayette Dipesto: I hope they do.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Palm Apodaca: You know, I read where they, uh, invented this car that runs on, ummm... that runs on, ummm... when you boil water?
  2. Terry Grouse: Steam.
  3. Palm Apodaca: Right, steam. A car that you could ride around in and not cause a stink. But do you know they will not even let us have it? Can you believe it? Why? Man! He likes to create a stink! I mean, I've seen filth that you wouldn't believe. Ugh! What a stink! I don't even want to talk about it.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Rayette Dipesto: I'm gonna play it again.
  2. Robert Eroica Dupea: You play that thing one more time, I'm gonna melt it down into hairspray.
  3. Rayette Dipesto: Let me play the other side then.
  4. Robert Eroica Dupea: No, Rayette, it's not a question of sides. It's a question of musical integrity.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Robert Eroica Dupea: Ants! Why don't we all line up like a goddamned bunch of ants! Its the most beautiful part of the day!
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Robert Eroica Dupea: 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.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Catherine Van Ost: You're a strange person, Robert. I mean, what will you come to? If a person has no love for himself, no respect for himself, no love of his friends, family, work, something - how can he ask for love in return? I mean, why should he ask for it?
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Robert Eroica Dupea: 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.
Five Easy Pieces
Five Easy Pieces (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Palm Apodaca: People. Animals are not like that. They're always cleaning themselves. Did you ever see, umm... pigeons? Well, he's always picking on himself and his friends. They're always picking bugs out of their hair all the time. Monkeys too. Except they do something out in the open that I don't go for.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Nately: You talk like a madman.
  2. Old Man: But I live like a sane one. I was a Fascist when Mussolini was on top. Now that he has been deposed, I am anti-Fascist. When the Germans were here, I was fanatically pro-German. Now I'm fanatically pro-America! You'll find no more loyal partisan in all of Italy than myself.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Nately's Girl: When we go to America, Nately?
  2. Old Man: You will take her to America? Away from a healthy, active life? Away from good business opportunities? Away from her friends?
  3. Nately: Don't you have any principles?
  4. Old Man: Of course not.
  5. Nately: No morality?
  6. Old Man: I'm a very moral man. And Italy is a very moral country. That's why we will certainly come out on top again if we succeed in being defeated.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Nately: What are you talking about? America's not going to be destroyed.
  2. Old Man: Never?
  3. Nately: Well...
  4. Old Man: Rome was destroyed. Greece was destroyed. Persia was destroyed. Spain was destroyed. All great countries are destroyed. Why not yours?How much longer do you think your country will last? Forever?
  5. Nately: Forever is a long time, I guess.
  6. Old Man: Very long.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Old Man: You all crazy!
  2. Nately: Why are we crazy?
  3. Old Man: Because you don't know how to stay alive, and that's the secret of life.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Yossarian: If he raises the number of missions again, I swear to God, I'll help you kill him.
  2. Dobbs: Really?
  3. Capt. Yossarian: I swear.
  4. Dobbs: Well, that's very reasonable of you.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Major Major: Sergeant, from now on, I don't want anyone to come in and see me while I'm in my office. Is that clear?
  2. Sgt. Towser: Yes, sir. What do I say to people who want to come in and see you while you're in your office?
  3. Major Major: Tell them I'm in and ask them to wait.
  4. Sgt. Towser: For how long?
  5. Major Major: Until I've left.
  6. Sgt. Towser: And then what do I do with them?
  7. Major Major: I don't care.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Major Major: Is something wrong?
  2. Chaplain Tappman: No, no. I...just thought I saw something.
  3. Major Major: A naked man in a tree?
  4. Chaplain Tappman: Yes, that's it.
  5. Maj. Danby: That's just Yossarian.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Maj. Danby: Weather conditions have improved tremendously over the mainland, so you won't have any trouble at all seeing the target. Of course, we mustn't forget, that means that they won't have any trouble at all seeing you.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Milo Minderbinder: As a matter of fact, Father, I know I can get my hands on an entire shipment of religious relics, blessed by the Pope himself. The Germans swiped them and put them on the open market. As I understand it, the stuff includes a wrist and collarbones of some of your top saints!
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Yossarian: You won't marry me because I'm crazy. I'm crazy because I wanna marry you? You're crazy.
  2. Luciana: Why?
  3. Capt. Yossarian: Because I love you.
  4. Luciana: How can you love a girl who is not a virgin?
  5. Capt. Yossarian: Because I can't marry you.
  6. Luciana: Why you can't marry me? Because I'm not a virgin?
  7. Capt. Yossarian: No, because you're crazy!
  8. Luciana: You're crazy!
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Yossarian: He was very old.
  2. Luciana: But he was a boy.
  3. Capt. Yossarian: Well, he died. You don't get any older than that.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Luciana: What did you get this for?
  2. Capt. Yossarian: Will you believe me if I tell the truth? I was awarded that particular medal for killing fish.
  3. Luciana: You have killed many fish?
  4. Capt. Yossarian: I am the most renowned killer of fish in the whole United States Army Air Force.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Sgt. Towser: A man was killed in his plane over Avignon last week and bled all over him. His clothes haven't come back from the laundry yet.
  2. Gen. Dreedle: Where are his other uniforms?
  3. Sgt. Towser: In the laundry too, sir.
  4. Gen. Dreedle: Where are his underwear?
  5. Sgt. Towser: In the laundry, sir.
  6. Gen. Dreedle: That sounds like a lot of crap to me.
  7. Capt. Yossarian: It is a lot of crap, sir.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Gen. Dreedle: Why aren't you wearing clothes, Captain?
  2. Capt. Yossarian: I don't wanna.
  3. Gen. Dreedle: What do you mean you don't want to, why the hell don't you?
  4. Capt. Yossarian: I don't know, I just don't wanna [laughs].
  5. Gen. Dreedle: Why isn't he wearing clothes?
  6. Col. Korn: [to Cathcart] He's talking to you.
  7. Col. Cathcart: Why isn't he wearing clothes, Major?
  8. Major Major: Why isn't he wearing clothes, Sergeant?
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Col. Korn: All you have to do is be our pal.
  2. Col. Cathcart: Say nice things about us.
  3. Col. Korn: Tell the folks at home what a good job we're doing. Take our offer, Yossarian.
  4. Col. Cathcart: Either that, or a court-martial for desertion.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Milo Minderbinder: We're gonna come out of this war rich!
  2. Capt. Yossarian: You're gonna come out rich. We're gonna come out dead.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Yossarian: Do you know what's in that town? Nothing. Nothing's in it. No Germans, no munitions, no railroad crossing, no harbor, nothing. Except people, Italian people. And a monastery.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Gen. Dreedle: There'll be no more moaning in this outfit. The next man who moans is going to be very sorry.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Milo Minderbinder: What's good for M & M Enterprises will be good for the country.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Yossarian: Nately was blown to bits, McWatt killed himself, Hungry Joe was chopped in two, Dobbs disappeared, Aardvark's a murderer, Doc Daneeka's a zombie. They're all gone. The only friend I had was Snowden, and I didn't even know him.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Milo Minderbinder: Nately died a wealthy man, Yossarian. He had over sixty shares in the syndicate.
  2. Capt. Yossarian: What difference does that make? He's dead.
  3. Milo Minderbinder: Then his family will get it.
  4. Capt. Yossarian: He didn't have time to have a family.
  5. Milo Minderbinder: Then his parents will get it.
  6. Capt. Yossarian: They don't need it, they're rich.
  7. Milo Minderbinder: Then they'll understand.
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Col. Cathcart: You're a disgrace! I'd like to know how you got to be a Captain anyway.
  2. Capt. Yossarian: You promoted me.
  3. Col. Cathcart: That has got nothing to do with it!
Catch-22
Catch-22 (1970) 3 years ago
  1. Capt. Yossarian: Whoooo... That's some catch, that Catch-22.
  2. Doc Daneeka: It's the best there is!
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Mr. Robinson: I was just telling Ben here he ought to sow a few wild oats. Have a good time while he can. You think that's sound advice?
  2. Mrs. Robinson: Yes, I do.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Mr. Maguire: There is a great future in plastics. Think about it. Will you think about it?
  2. Benjamin Braddock: Yes, I will.
  3. Mr. Maguire: Okay. Enough said. That's a deal.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Mr. Braddock: Have you thought about graduate school?
  2. Benjamin Braddock: No.
  3. Mr. Braddock: Would you mind telling me then what those four years of college were for? What was the point of all that hard work?
  4. Benjamin Braddock: You got me.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Benjamin Braddock: It's like I was playing some kind of game, but the rules don't make any sense to me. They're being made up by all the wrong people. I mean no one makes them up. They seem to make themselves up.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Mr. Braddock: What makes you think she wants to marry you?
  2. Benjamin Braddock: Oh, she doesn't. To be perfectly honest, she doesn't like me.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Elaine Robinson: Good night.
  2. Benjamin Braddock: Are we getting married tomorrow?
  3. Elaine Robinson: No...
  4. Benjamin Braddock: Day after tomorrow?
  5. Elaine Robinson: I don't know. Maybe we are, and maybe we're not.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Benjamin Braddock: Mrs. Robinson, I can't do this anymore.
  2. Mrs. Robinson: You what?
  3. Benjamin Braddock: This is all terribly wrong.
  4. Mrs. Robinson: Do you find me undesirable?
  5. Benjamin Braddock: Oh no, Mrs. Robinson. I think you're the most attractive of all my parents' friends. I mean that.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Benjamin Braddock: Mrs. Robinson, if you don't mind my saying so, this conversation is getting a little strange.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Mrs. Robinson: Benjamin, I am not trying to seduce you.
  2. Benjamin Braddock: I know that, but please, Mrs. Robinson, this is difficult...
  3. Mrs. Robinson: Would you like me to seduce you?
  4. Benjamin Braddock: What?
  5. Mrs. Robinson: Is that what you're trying to tell me?
  6. Benjamin Braddock: I'm going home now. I apologize for what I said. I hope you can forget it, but I'm going home right now.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Benjamin Braddock: Where did you do it?
  2. Mrs. Robinson: In his car.
  3. Benjamin Braddock: What kind of car was it?
  4. Mrs. Robinson: Oh, come on now.
  5. Benjamin Braddock: No, I really want to know.
  6. Mrs. Robinson: A Ford.
  7. Benjamin Braddock: Goddamn, that's great. So old Elaine Robinson got started in a Ford.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Benjamin Braddock: I'm just...
  2. Mr. Braddock: Worried?
  3. Benjamin Braddock: Well...
  4. Mr. Braddock: About what?
  5. Benjamin Braddock: I guess about my future.
  6. Mr. Braddock: What about it?
  7. Benjamin Braddock: I don't know, I want it to be...Different.
The Graduate
The Graduate (1967) 3 years ago
  1. Benjamin Braddock: Well, I want you to know how much I appreciate this. Really.
  2. Mrs. Robinson: The number.
  3. Benjamin Braddock: What?
  4. Mrs. Robinson: The room number, Benjamin. I think you ought to tell me that.
  5. Benjamin Braddock: Oh, you're absolutely right. It's 568.
  6. Mrs. Robinson: Thank you.
  7. Benjamin Braddock: You're welcome. Well, I'll see you later, Mrs. Robinson.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Howard Beale: I would like at this moment to announce that I will be retiring from this program in two weeks' time because of poor ratings. Since this show is the only thing I had going for me in my life, I've decided to kill myself. I'm going to blow my brains out right on this program a week from today. So tune in next Tuesday. That should give the public relations people a week to promote the show. You ought to get a hell of a rating out of that. 50 share, easy.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Max Schumacher: After living with you for the last six months, I'm turning into one of your scripts. Well, this is not a script, Diana. There's some real, actual life going on here.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: Howard Beale is processed instant God, and right now, it looks like he may just go over bigger than Mary Tyler Moore.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Frank Hackett: Where's that put us, Diana?
  2. Diana Christensen: That puts us in the shithouse. That's where that puts us.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Narrator: That evening, Howard Beale went on the air to preach the corporate cosmology of Arthur Jensen.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Arthur Jensen: Valhalla, Mr. Beale. Please, sit down.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Arthur Jensen: How are you now?
  2. Howard Beale: I'm as mad as a hatter.
  3. Arthur Jensen: Who isn't?
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: Let's stop kidding ourselves. Full-fledged messiahs don't come in bunches.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Frank Hackett: I'm gonna kill him. I'm gonna impale the son-of-a-bitch with a sharp stick through the heart. I'll take out a contract on him. I'll hire a professional killer; no, I'll do it myself. I'll strangle him with a sash cord.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Frank Hackett: Mr. Jensen is unhappy with Howard Beale and wants him discontinued.
  2. Diana Christensen: He may be unhappy, but he isn't stupid enough to withdraw the number one show on television out of pique.
  3. Frank Hackett: Two billion dollars is not pique! That's the Wrath of God! And the Wrath of God wants Howard Beale fired.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Max Schumacher: Four hours ago I was the Sun God at CCA, Mr. Jensen's handpicked golden boy, the heir apparent. Now I'm a man without a corporation.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Max Schumacher: She does have one script in which I kill myself: An adapted for television version of "Anna Karenina", where she's Count Vronsky and I'm Anna.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Howard Beale: I must make my witness!
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: Son of a bitch. We've struck the mother lode.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Arthur Jensen: Good morning, Beale. They tell me you're a madman.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Laureen Hobbs: Don't fuck with my distribution costs! I'm making a lousy two-fifteen per segment and I'm already deficiting twenty-five grand a week with Metro! I'm paying William Morris ten percent off the top, and I'm giving this turkey ten thou per segment, and another five to this fruitcake! And Helen, don't start no shit about a piece again! I'm paying Metro twenty-thousand for all foreign and Canadian distribution, and that's after recoupment! The Communist Party's not gonna see a nickel of this goddamn show until we go into syndication!
  2. Helen Miggs: C'mon Laureen. The party's in for seventy-five hundred a week of the production expenses.
  3. Laureen Hobbs: I'm not giving this pseudo-insurrectionary sedentarian a piece of my show! I'm not giving him script approval, and I sure as shit ain't gotten him into my distribution charges!
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Frank Hackett: Well, the issue is: Shall we kill Howard Beale, or not? I'd like to get some more opinions on that.
  2. Diana Christensen: I don't see we have any options, Frank. Let's kill the son-of-a-bitch.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: I'm sorry for all those things I said to you last night. You're not the worst fuck I ever had. Believe me, I've had worse. You don't puff or snorkel and make death-like rattles. As a matter of fact, you're rather serene in the sack.
  2. Max Schumacher: Why is it that a woman always thinks that the most savage thing she can say to a man is to impugn his cocksmanship.
  3. Diana Christensen: I'm sorry I impugned your cocksmanship.
  4. Max Schumacher: I gave up comparing genitals back in the schoolyard.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Arthur Jensen: I started as a salesman, Mr. Beale. I sold sewing machines and automobile parts, hair brushes, and electronic equipment. They say I can sell anything. I'd like to try to sell something to you.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Frank Hackett: I argued that television was a volatile industry in which success and failure were determined week by week; Mr. Jensen does not like volatile industries and suggested with a certain sinister silkiness that volatility in business usually reflected bad management.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: What's really bugging me now is my daytime programming. NBC's got a lock on daytime - lousy game shows - and I'd like to bust them. I'm thinking of doing a homosexual soap opera, "The Dykes": The heart-rending saga about a woman hopelessly in love with her husband's mistress.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Nelson Chaney: The affiliates won't carry it.
  2. Frank Hackett: The affiliates will kiss your ass if you can hand them a hit show.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Louise Schumacher: Do you love her?
  2. Max Schumacher: I don't know how I feel. I'm grateful I can feel anything. I know I'm obsessed with her.
  3. Louise Schumacher: Then say it. You keep telling me that you're obsessed, you're infatuated. Say that you're in love with her.
  4. Max Schumacher: I'm in love with her.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: The time has come to reevaluate our friendship, Max.
  2. Max Schumacher: So I see.
  3. Diana Christensen: I don't lime the way this script of ours has turned out. It's turning into a seedy little drama.
  4. Max Schumacher: You're going to cancel the show?
  5. Diana Christensen: Right.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: I'm interested in doing a weekly dramatic series based on the Ecumenical Liberation Army. The way I see the series is: Each week we open with an authentic act of political terrorism taken on the spot, in the actual moment. Then we go to the drama behind the opening film footage. That's your job, Ms. Hobbs. You've got to get the Ecumenicals to bring in that film footage for us. The network can't deal with them directly; they are, after all, wanted criminals.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: Hi. I'm Diana Christensen, a racist lackey of the imperialist ruling circles.
  2. Laureen Hobbs: I'm Laureen Hobbs, a badass commie nigger.
  3. Diana Christensen: Sounds like the basis of a firm friendship.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Max Schumacher: Howard, I'm taking you off the air. I think you're having a breakdown, require treatment.
  2. Howard Beale: This is not a psychotic episode. This is a cleansing moment of clarity. I'm imbued, Max. I'm imbued with some special spirit. It's not a religious feeling at all. It's a shocking eruption of great electrical energy. I feel vivid and flashing, as if suddenly I'd been plugged into some great electromagnetic field. I feel connected to all living things. To flowers, birds, all the animals of the world. And even to some great, unseen, living force. What I think the Hindus call prana. But it's not a breakdown. I've never felt more orderly in my life. It is a shattering and beautiful sensation. It is the exalted flow of the space-time continuum, save that it is spaceless and timeless and...of such loveliness. I feel on the verge of some great, ultimate truth. And you will not take me off the air for now or for any other spaceless time!
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Narrator: This story is about Howard Beale, who was the news anchorman on UBS TV. In his time, Howard Beale had been a mandarin of television, the grand old man of news, with a HUT rating of 16 and a 28 audience share. In 1969, however, his fortunes began to decline. He fell to a 22 share. The following year, his wife died, and he was left a childless widower with an 8 rating and a 12 share. He became morose and isolated, began to drink heavily, and on September 22, 1975, he was fired, effective in two weeks. The news was broken to him by Max Schumacher, who was the president of the news division at UBS. The two old friends got properly pissed.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: Well Max, here we are: Middle-aged man reaffirming his middle-aged manhood, and a terrified young woman with a father complex. What sort of script do you think we can make out of this?
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: I watched your 6 o'clock news today; it's straight tabloid. You had a minute and a half of that lady riding a bike naked in Central Park; on the other hand, you had less than a minute of hard national and international news. It was all sex, scandal, brutal crime, sports, children with incurable diseases, and lost puppies. So, I don't think I'll listen to any protestations of high standards of journalism when you're right down on the streets soliciting audiences like the rest of us. Look, all I'm saying is if you're going to hustle, at least do it right.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Howard Beale: Why me?
  2. Arthur Jensen: Because you're on television, dummy. Sixty million people watch you every night of the week, Monday through Friday.
  3. Howard Beale: I have seen the face of God.
  4. Arthur Jensen: You just might be right, Mr. Beale.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Nelson Chaney: All I know is that this violates every canon of respectable broadcasting.
  2. Frank Hackett: We're not a respectable network. We're a whorehouse network, and we have to take whatever we can get.
  3. Nelson Chaney: Well, I don't want any part of it. I don't fancy myself the president of a whorehouse.
  4. Frank Hackett: That's very commendable of you, Nelson. Now sit down. Your indignation is duly noted; you can always resign tomorrow.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Max Schumacher: He's saying that life is bullshit, and it is, so what are you screaming about?
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Howard Beale: I'm gonna blow my brains out right on the air, right in the middle of the seven o'clock news.
  2. Max Schumacher: Well, you'll get a hell of a rating, I'll tell you that. A 50 share, at least. We could make a series of it. "Suicide of the Week." Aw, hell, why limit ourselves? "Execution of the Week."
  3. Howard Beale: "Terrorist if the Week."
  4. Max Schumacher: I love it. Suicides, assassinations, mad bombers, Mafia hitmen, automobile smash-ups: "The Death Hour." A great Sunday night show for the whole family. It'd wipe that fuckin' Disney right off the air.
Network
Network (1976) 3 years ago
  1. Diana Christensen: I was married for four years, and pretended to be happy; and I had six years of analysis, and pretended to be sane. My husband ran off with his boyfriend, and I had an affair with my analyst, who told me I was the worst lay he'd ever had. I can't tell you how many men have told me what a lousy lay I am. I apparently have a masculine temperament. I arouse quickly, consummate prematurely, and can't wait to get my clothes back on and get out of that bedroom. I seem to be inept at everything except my work. I'm goddamn good at my work and so I confine myself to that. All I want out of life is a 30 share and a 20 rating.
Punch-Drunk Love
Punch-Drunk Love (2002) 3 years ago
  1. Lena Leonard: So here we go.
Punch-Drunk Love
Punch-Drunk Love (2002) 3 years ago
  1. Barry Egan: I didn't ask for a shrink, that must've been somebody else. Also, that pudding isn't mine. Also, I'm wearing this suit today because I had a very important meeting this morning, and I don't have a crying problem.
Punch-Drunk Love
Punch-Drunk Love (2002) 3 years ago
  1. Lena Leonard: People are just crazy in this world, I think.
Punch-Drunk Love
Punch-Drunk Love (2002) 3 years ago
  1. Barry Egan: You can go to places in the world with pudding. That's funny.
Punch-Drunk Love
Punch-Drunk Love (2002) 3 years ago
  1. Lena Leonard: Oh, I'm sorry. Was that like, a secret pudding?
Punch-Drunk Love
Punch-Drunk Love (2002) 3 years ago
  1. Barry Egan: At that restaurant, I beat up the bathroom. I'm sorry.
Punch-Drunk Love
Punch-Drunk Love (2002) 3 years ago
  1. Barry Egan: I'm lookin' at your face and I just wanna smash it. I just wanna fuckin' smash it with a sledgehammer and squeeze it. You're so pretty.
  2. Lena Leonard: I want to chew your face and I want to scoop out your eyes and I want to eat them and chew them and suck on them.
  3. Barry Egan: Ok. This is funny. This is nice.
Punch-Drunk Love
Punch-Drunk Love (2002) 3 years ago
  1. Barry Egan: I don't know if there is anything wrong, because I don't know how other people are.
Punch-Drunk Love
Punch-Drunk Love (2002) 3 years ago
  1. Dean Trumbell: Fuck you. You're a pervert. Think you can be a pervert and not pay for it?
Punch-Drunk Love
Punch-Drunk Love (2002) 3 years ago
  1. Barry Egan: I didn't do anything. I'm a nice man. I mind my own business. So you tell me that's that, before I beat the hell from you.
Hard Eight
Hard Eight (1996) 3 years ago
  1. Sydney: Never ignore a man's courtesy.
Hard Eight
Hard Eight (1996) 3 years ago
  1. Sydney: Good that you have such a sturdy sense of responsibility.
Hard Eight
Hard Eight (1996) 3 years ago
  1. Sydney: You know the first thing they should've taught you at hooker school? You get the money up front!
Hard Eight
Hard Eight (1996) 3 years ago
  1. Sydney: This is a very fucked up situation.
The Departed
The Departed (2006) 4 years ago
  1. Mr. French: I'm the guy who tells you there are guys you can hit, and there are guys you can't. Now that's not quite a guy you can't hit, but it's almost a guy you can't hit, so I'm fucking ruling on it right now that you don't hit him, understand?
GoodFellas
GoodFellas (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Henry Hill: Anything I wanted was a phone call away.
GoodFellas
GoodFellas (1990) 4 years ago
  1. James Conway: It's gonna be a good summer!
GoodFellas
GoodFellas (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Henry Hill: For a second I thought I was dead, but when I heard all the noise I knew they were cops. Only cops talked that way. If they had been wiseguys, I wouldn't have heard a thing. I would have been dead.
GoodFellas
GoodFellas (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Tommy DeVito: Ping! Pow! Boom! Bing!
GoodFellas
GoodFellas (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Billy Batts: This kid was great. They used to call him Spitshine Tommy, I swear to God! Now he'd make your shoes look like fuckin' mirrors, 'scuse my language. He was terrific, he was the best. He made a lot of money too, ah salud, Tommy.
GoodFellas
GoodFellas (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Henry Hill: To me, it meant being somebody in a neighborhood full of nobodies.
GoodFellas
GoodFellas (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Karen Hill: I know there are women, like my best friends, who would have gotten out of there the minute their boyfriends gave them a gun to hide. But I didn't. I gotta admit the truth, it turned me on.
GoodFellas
GoodFellas (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Karen Hill: One night, Bobby Vinton sent us champagne. There was nothing like it. I didn't think there was anything strange in any of this. You know, a twenty-year-old kid with such connections. He was an exciting guy. He was really nice. he introduced me to everybody. Everybody wanted to be nice to him. And he knew how to handle it.
GoodFellas
GoodFellas (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Henry Hill: One day some of the kids from the neighborhood carried my mother's groceries all the way home. You know why? It was outta respect.
Scarface
Scarface (1983) 4 years ago
  1. Tony Montana: You want to play games? Okay, I play with you.
Scarface
Scarface (1983) 4 years ago
  1. Elvira: So, you want to dance, Frank, or you want to sit there and have a heart attack?
Scarface
Scarface (1983) 4 years ago
  1. Bernstein: Don't go too far, Tony.
  2. Tony Montana: I'm not, Mel, you are.
  3. Bernstein: You can't shoot a cop!
  4. Tony Montana: Who ever said you was one?
  5. Bernstein: Wait a minute! You let me go, I'll fix this up.
  6. Tony Montana: Sure, Mel. Maybe you can hand yourself one of them first-class tickets to the Resurrection. So long, Mel, have a nice trip.
  7. Bernstein: Fuck you!
Scarface
Scarface (1983) 4 years ago
  1. Tony Montana: You die, motherfucker!
Scarface
Scarface (1983) 4 years ago
  1. Immigration Officer: Where'd you learn English, Tony?
  2. Tony Montana: In school. And my father, he was from the United States, just like you, you know? He was a Yankee, he used to take me a lot to the movies. I learned, I watched the guys like Humphrey Bogart, James Cagney. They teach me to talk. I like those guys. I always know one day I'm coming here, United States.
Rushmore
Rushmore (1998) 4 years ago
  1. Max Fischer: A kid got his finger blown off during rehearsals.
Rushmore
Rushmore (1998) 4 years ago
  1. Max Fischer: Hello Magnus. I'd have shot you in the other ear, but it got blown off a long time ago.
Following
Following (1999) 4 years ago
  1. Cobb: You can tell a lot about people from their stuff.
Following
Following (1999) 4 years ago
  1. The Young Man: Why would you take their old CD's?
  2. Cobb: Easy to grab a load, easy to sell, totally untraceable. A good staple. The other stuff's a lot more tricky, far more unpredictable.
Following
Following (1999) 4 years ago
  1. The Blonde: Nobody in their right mind would steal from him.
Following
Following (1999) 4 years ago
  1. The Policeman: Why did you do it?
  2. The Young Man: How can I explain? Your eyes pass over the crowd, and if you let them settle on a person, then that person becomes an individual.
Following
Following (1999) 4 years ago
  1. The Young Man: I'd been on my own for quite a while by then and I'd become lonely.
Following
Following (1999) 4 years ago
  1. The Young Man: The following is my explanation, well my account of, well, what happened.
Insomnia
Insomnia (2002) 4 years ago
  1. Det. Will Dormer: Day after day you suck the marrow out of real cops when you never had the balls to become one yourself.
Insomnia
Insomnia (2002) 4 years ago
  1. Randy Stetz: You're just a prick in a leather jacket. What the fuck do you know?
The Prestige
The Prestige (2006) 4 years ago
  1. Olivia Wenscombe: It's inhuman to be so cold.
The Prestige
The Prestige (2006) 4 years ago
  1. Robert Angier: He's out of his mind!
  2. Olivia Wenscombe: He's an out-of-work actor, of course he's out of his mind.
The Prestige
The Prestige (2006) 4 years ago
  1. Olivia Wenscombe: You're going to need a better disguise.
The Prestige
The Prestige (2006) 4 years ago
  1. Olivia Wenscombe: You're going to do something to that man, aren't you?
Taxi Driver
Taxi Driver (1976) 4 years ago
  1. Travis Bickle: You're only as healthy as you feel.
Shanghai Noon
Shanghai Noon (2000) 4 years ago
  1. Roy O'Bannon: You said wet shirt don't break, not piss shirt bend bars.
Memento
Memento (2000) 4 years ago
  1. Leonard: I met Sammy through work. Insurance. I was an investigator. I'd investigate the claims to see which ones were phony. I had to see through peoples' bullshit. It was a useful experience, 'cause now it's my life.
Memento
Memento (2000) 4 years ago
  1. Teddy: You're not a killer, that's why you're so good at it.
Memento
Memento (2000) 4 years ago
  1. Leonard: These tracks are just a few days old.
  2. Teddy: What are you, Pocahontas?
Memento
Memento (2000) 4 years ago
  1. Leonard: I found you, you fuck.
Killing Them Softly
Killing Them Softly (2012) 4 years ago
  1. Mickey: I don't take orders from you!
Swingers
Swingers (1996) 4 years ago
  1. Mike: The whole Judy Garland thing kinda turned me on. Does that make me some kind of fag?
  2. Trent: No baby, you're money.
Reservoir Dogs
Reservoir Dogs (1992) 4 years ago
  1. Mr. Blonde/Vic Vega: Eddie, if you keep talkin' like a bitch, I'm gonna slap you like a bitch.
Miller's Crossing
Miller's Crossing (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Eddie Dane: [to Tom] I am gonna send you to a deep dark place, and I am gonna have fun doin' it!
Miller's Crossing
Miller's Crossing (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Tom Reagan: What's goin' on between you and Bernie?
  2. Mink: Nothin', Tom. We're just friends--you know, amigos.
  3. Tom Reagan: You're a fickle boy, Mink. If the Dane found out you had another 'amigo'--well, I don't peg him for the understanding type.
Miller's Crossing
Miller's Crossing (1990) 4 years ago
  1. Leo: [to Caspar] You haven't bought any license to kill bookies and today I ain't sellin' any. Now take your flunkie and dangle.
Bringing Out the Dead
Bringing Out the Dead (1999) 4 years ago
  1. Larry: [to Frank] What you gettin'?
  2. Frank Pierce: I'm not hungry.
  3. Larry: Oh yeah, you don't eat food.
  4. Frank Pierce: I eat, I just haven't had coffee yet.
  5. Larry: Coffee and whiskey, lucky you ain't dead with that diet.
Bringing Out the Dead
Bringing Out the Dead (1999) 4 years ago
  1. Cy Coates: [to Frank] Relax, you're in the oasis now.
Bringing Out the Dead
Bringing Out the Dead (1999) 4 years ago
  1. Frank Pierce: You cannot be near the newly dead without feeling it.
Bringing Out the Dead
Bringing Out the Dead (1999) 4 years ago
  1. Cy Coates: Tell me somethin', Frank--does killing your clients make good business sense to you?
Bringing Out the Dead
Bringing Out the Dead (1999) 4 years ago
  1. Frank Pierce: I'd always had nightmares, but now the ghosts didn't wait for me to sleep.
Shrek the Third
Shrek the Third (2007) 4 years ago
  1. Prince Charming: You. You can't lie, so tell me puppet, where is Shrek?
  2. Pinocchio: Uh, hmm, well, uh, I don't know where he's not.
  3. Prince Charming: You're telling me, you don't know where Shrek is?
  4. Pinocchio: It wouldn't be inaccurate to assume that I couldn't exactly not say that it is or isn't almost partially incorrect.
  5. Prince Charming: So, you do know where he is?
  6. Pinocchio: On the contrary, I'm possibly more or less not definitely rejecting the idea that in no way with any amount of uncertainty that I undeniably do or do not know where he shouldn't probably be, if that indeed wasn't where he isn't. Even if he wasn't at where I knew he was that'd mean I really have to know where he wasn't.
Mean Streets
Mean Streets (1973) 4 years ago
  1. Charlie: I guess you could safely say that things haven't gone so well tonight. But I'm tryin' Lord, I'm tryin'.
Mean Streets
Mean Streets (1973) 4 years ago
  1. Charlie: [voice-over] The pain in hell has two sides: the kind you can touch with your hand, the kind you can feel in your heart; your soul, the spiritual side. And ya know, the worst of the two is the spiritual.
Mean Streets
Mean Streets (1973) 4 years ago
  1. Charlie: Lord, I'm not worthy to eat your flesh, not worthy to drink your blood.
Mean Streets
Mean Streets (1973) 4 years ago
  1. Johnny Boy: [to Michael] Come over here, I'll put this up your ass!
Memento
Memento (2000) 4 years ago
  1. Leonard Shelby: [talking on the phone] You know the truth about my condition, officer? You don't know anything. You feel angry, you don't know why. You feel guilty, you have no idea why. You could do anything and not have the faintest idea ten minutes later.
Memento
Memento (2000) 4 years ago
  1. Burt: [asking about Leonard's condition] What's it like?
  2. Leonard Shelby: It's like waking... It's like you just woke up.