It is remarkable how similar the pattern of love is to the pattern of insanity.
If she has to, she'll kill every one of us. She's in love.
Lock: If it were up to me, Councillor, I'd take every man, woman and child, put a gun in their hand, and march them straight into that dock. Councillor Dillard: Perhaps it is best that it is not up to you.
I'm afraid hope is an indulgence I don't have time for.
Neo: I have to take one of the ships. Roland: What? Morpheus: To go where? Neo: To the machine city. I know it's difficult to understand. Roland: No, it's not. You're out of your goddamn mind.
Neo: It's was an honor, sir. Morpheus: No. The honor is still mine.
I wish you could see yourself, Mr. Anderson. Blind messiah. You're a symbol for all of your kind, Mr. Anderson.
I can see you.
I'm coming, baby.
I don't know what he can do to save us. But I do know that as long as there is a single breath in his body... he will not give up. And neither can we.
Trinity: If you tell me we'll make it, I'll believe you. Neo: We'll make it. We have to.
It is done.
I have imagined this moment... for so long. Is this real?
I want them to know it was you who stole their money.
Mmm. I love that smell. I sure am going to miss it.
I'm just saying you don't know anything about my marriage.
Appears that you have run dry of the sacred nectar.
I wanna make you happy.
I'll do anything.
I'm so glad we're not married anymore.
I did like that one song he had, "Call Me Thumper." That was some funny shit.
Gemma: I can't believe we're at sea. Nigel: Well, uh, technically, we're at anchor. Gemma: Oh, wait, okay. So that just means that the anchor is in the water, right? Nigel: Yes. Yes. Gemma: Okay. Because I totally wanna learn all the sea terms. Nigel: And so you shall, my darling.
It's not an investment, per se, because you probably won't see a dime......but it's a chance to pull out a piece of living history......from the sand with your own two hands.
I take it you've met.
Moe: Well, well, well. If it isn't the Ukrainian sidekick. Alfonz: I don't think of myself that way. I am the lead character in my own story. Ha.
Gemma: I don't want anything from you anymore. Except for food. And clothes. And rent and, like, travel. And I'm totally serious. Nigel: Yes, that's what is so frightening about it.
I'll tell you what. You find the treasure and I won't kill you.
I've grown rather fond of not sinking.
Finn: It's weird, right? Tess: What? Finn: This. Us, together. Tess: It's complex, but not in a good way. Finn: Well, can I just say I really wish we were still married? Finn: No.
It's complex, but not in a good way.
Tess: It's not here. Finn: I refuse to believe that. Tess: Well, just because you refuse to believe something doesn't make it true. Or false. Or whatever the hell I'm saying. Finn: Something wrong, Tess? Tess: Something wrong? Why would anything be wrong? We just had sex in a church and we're not even marrie...
Tess: I love you. Finn: I love you.
Finn: I love you. I've learned a lot from my mistakes. Marry me. Tess: No...you haven't. And, yes...I will.
Trevor: Is that one of those Game Boys? Sean: It's a PSP.
I don't like this any more than you do.
I'm talking about this. A Journey to the Center of the Earth.
Trevor: What are you doing? Sean: I am Googling at 30,000 feet. Trevor: Are you supposed to be doing that? Sean: Welcome to the 21st century.
Jones: We were younger. Mac: I still am young!
Sean: Dibs. Trevor: What? Sean: I got dibs on the mountain guide. Trevor: You're 13. Sean: Sorry, called it. Trevor: Thirteen-year-olds don't get dibs. Sean: Get over it.
Sean: I got dibs on the mountain guide. Trevor: You're 13. Sean: Sorry, called it. Trevor: Thirteen-year-olds don't get dibs.
I'm hanging on for my life here.
I am not my father.
Hannah: You know I'm still on the clock, right? Trevor: You're still billing me? Hannah: I bill you until I'm safe in my house.
I wish there were seat belts on this thing. You're worried about seat belts?
Trevor: Hey, I got something for you. Sean: What is this? Trevor: It's a compass. It was your dad's. I remember the Christmas that your mom gave it to him. She wanted to make sure that he could always find a way back home. And maybe it will help you find a way back to her. Sean: Thanks, Trevor. Trevor: You go...
It's just a little storm. Ain't no big deal.
I must be losing it.
I just remembered something. I hate field work.
Hannah: I'm afraid I'll have to charge you extra for this bit. Trevor: Can I open a tab?
Sean: What? I just took a few geological samples. Trevor: A few geological samples? Sean: Ok maybe a few pounds of samples, but what do you expect? I'm a scientist's son.
Trevor: I took a quick vacation. Best thing I could've done. Alan: That is exciting. You'll have to promise to tell me about it, okay?
I took a quick vacation. Best thing I could've done.
I'd say that was a lot of male bonding packed into very little time.
I've been thinking about you. Last night I went to meet you, and you weren't there. I wish I knew why. I felt so foolish. As I waited, someone else showed up. A man who has made my professional life a misery. And an amazing thing happened. I was able, for the first time in my life to say the exact thing I wanted to ...
If you need more, ask me. I'm very rich. I bought Intel at six.
Kathleen Kelly: I have something to tell you, Frank. I didn't vote. Frank Navasky: What? Kathleen Kelly: In the last mayoral election, when Rudy Giuliani was running against Ruth Messenger, I went to get a manicure and forgot to vote. Frank Navasky: Since when do you get manicures? Kathleen Kelly: Oh, I supp...
I came home tonight and got into the elevator to go to my apartment. An hour later, I got out of the elevator, and Brinkley and I moved out. Suddenly, everything had become clear. It's a long story, full of the personal details we avoid so carefully. Let me just say there was a man sitting in the elevator with me wh...
Mr. Gurntz: I heard that the English teacher over at the school is planning to teach that book. Mrs. Allyson: Slaughterhouse-Five. Isn't that an awful name? Ren: Oh, yeah, it's a great book. Slaughterhouse-Five. Yeah, it's... It's a classic. Mr. Gurntz: Do you read much? Mrs. Allyson: Maybe in another town, ...
I'm sure it's a shock to the system, moving out here from the big city.
If you ask me, Ren is a total fox.
I'll tell you, man, you're gonna bounce off the goddamn walls here.
Ren: Is there a law against loud music? Cop: Let's watch that attitude, boy. This way, I don't have to take you in.
Is there a law against loud music?
I can't always look out for you.
It's uplifting. It doesn't confuse people's minds and bodies.
Chuck: I thought only pansies wore neckties. Ren: Oh, yeah, see that. I thought only assholes used the word "pansy."
I'm gonna get you. You wait. The reverend was right about you.
It'd be a shame to miss New York in the Spring.
I thought I was alone.
Kathleen Kelly: Wow, I keep on bumping into you. Joe Fox: Yeah. Kathleen Kelly: I hope your mango's ripe. Joe Fox: I think it is. Hey, you want to bump into me on, say, Saturday around lunchtime? Over there?
Nelson Fox: I just have to meet someone new, that's all. That's the easy part. Joe Fox: Oh right, yeah, a snap to find the one single person in the world who fills your heart with joy. Nelson Fox: Well, don't be ridiculous. Have I ever been with anyone who fit that description? Have you?
Kathleen Kelly: I thought all that Fox stuff was so charming. F-O-X. Joe Fox: Well, I didn't lie about it. Kathleen Kelly: "Joe"? "Just call me Joe"? As if you were one of those stupid 22-year old girls with no last name? "Hi, I'm Kimberly!" "Hi, I'm Janice!" Don't they know you're supposed to have a last name? ...
I could never be with someone who likes Joni Mitchell. "It's clouds illusions I recall/I really don't know clouds at all." What does that mean? Is she a pilot? Is she taking flying lessons? It's probably a metaphor for something, but I don't know what.
I love how you've totally forgotten that you've had any role in her current situation. It's so obtuse. So insensitive. Reminds me of someone. Who? Who does it remind me of? Me!
I'm flesh and blood, but not human. I haven't been human for 200 years.
I'm a capitalist, and they pay.
General Ross: Indy, thank God. Don't you know it's dangerous to climb into a refrigerator? Those things can be deathtraps! Indiana Jones: Good to see you too, Bob.
I hear ya.
I taught myself how to eat pussy and cut my own hair.
Jones: I don't want their money! Dean Stanforth: Please don't be foolish. You don't know what I had to go through to get that for you. Jones: You went through? What exactly did you have to go through, Charlie? Dean Stanforth: Henry... I resigned.
I never should've doubted you, my friend.
I taught myself to do this shit. Went online, looked all this up.
I'm a gentleman.
I caught the whole show.
KGB Agent #2: We don't ask again. Come now or we'll... Mutt: Or what? Jones: Nice try, kid, but I think you just brought a knife to a gunfight.
Jones: I rode with Pancho Villa. A couple of his guys spoke it. Mutt: Bullshit!
Mutt Williams: I took Spanish. I didn't understand a word of that. What was it? Indiana Jones: Quechua, local Incan dialect. Mutt Williams: Where'd you learn that one? Indiana Jones: Long story. Mutt Williams: I got time. Indiana Jones: I rode with Pancho Villa. A couple of his guys spoke it. Mutt Willia...
It's just a thing.
I promise I'll get rid of the bodies.
I'm going to give you the choice I never had.
It's time we were on our way. I'm hungry, and the city awaits.
I came to make peace with you, even though you're the father of lies.
Lestat: It's your coffin, my love. Enjoy it. Most of us never know what it feels like. Louis: Why do you do this? Lestat: I like to do it. I enjoy it. Take your aesthete's taste to purer things. Kill them swiftly, if you will, but do it! For do not doubt, you are a killer, Louis!
I am afraid, Madame, my days are sacrosanct.
I assume I need no introduction.
Marion Ravenwood: Indiana Jones. About time you showed up. Mutt Williams: Mom! Marion Ravenwood: Sweetheart. Indiana Jones: Mom? Marion Ravenwood: What are you doing here? Mutt Williams: Forget about me. Are you all right? Indiana Jones: Mom? Marion Ravenwood: Young man, I specifically told you not to ...
Mutt Williams: Grab on. Grab it. Marion Ravenwood: Just grab it, Indy. Mutt Williams: It's a rat snake! Indiana Jones: Rat snakes aren't that big. Mutt Williams: Well, this one is, all right? It's not even poisonous. Now grab on! Indiana Jones: Go get something else. Mutt Williams: Like what? Indiana Jo...
Marion Ravenwood: I'm sure I wasn't the only one to go on with my life. There must have been plenty of women for you over the years. Indiana Jones: Yeah. There were a few, but they all had the same problem. Marion Ravenwood: Yeah? What's that? Indiana Jones: They weren't you, honey.
I think I understand, Ox. Someone came?
I want to know.
I've got a bad feeling about this.
I want to know. I want to know.
Mutt Williams: I don't understand. Why this legend about the city of gold? Indiana Jones: The Ugha word for gold translates as "treasure." But their treasure wasn't gold. It was knowledge. Knowledge was their treasure.
If you want to be a good archeologist, you got to get out of the library!
I barely recognize this country anymore. The government's got us seeing Communists in our soup.
I walked all night. I walked as I walked years before, when my mind swam with guilt at the thought of killing. I'd thought of all the things I'd done and couldn't undo, and I longed for one second's peace.
It's kind of hard to impose a curfew on the young people in my congregation that I can't even enforce in my own home.
I wasn't stealing, I wasn't gambling, I wasn't dancing. I wasn't reading books I'm not supposed to.
Reverend: I don't want you to see him anymore. Ariel: Why? Reverend: Because I've heard he's a troublemaker.
You know, I'm busting my balls trying to fit in here, and every door is getting slammed in my face.
In the spring of 1988, I returned to New Orleans. And as soon as I smelled the air, I knew I was home. It was rich--almost sweet, like the fragrance of jasmine and roses 'round our old courtyard. I walked the streets savoring that long-lost perfume.
Willard: You know what it is, partner? You got an attitude problem. Ren: Oh, I got an attitude problem? Willard: Yes. And I'm not the only one who's noticed it, Ren. I mean, we're not living in the goddamn Middle Ages here. We got TV. We got Family Feud. We're not stuck in Leave It to Beaver land here. Ren: Ye...
I drink better than I dance.
Reverend: I don't understand why you feel it necessary to lie to me. Ariel: I don't know why you find it necessary to check up on me. Reverend: I'm concerned about your well-being, that's all. Ariel: Well, how come when I'm here at home you're never as interested in what I'm doing or saying as you are when I w...
I don't understand why you feel it necessary to lie to me.
I don't know why you find it necessary to check up on me.
I'm concerned about your well-being, that's all.
I know nothing of God or the devil. I have never seen a vision, nor learned a secret, that would damn or save my soul. As far as I know, after 400 years, I am the oldest living vampire in the world.
It's so easy, you almost feel sorry for them. You'll get used to killing. Just forget about that mortal coil. You'll become accustomed to things all too quickly.
I treated you decent!
I don't understand this town. It's... It's like something's choking everybody. Only they don't know they're choking.
New Orleans Whore: It's a coffin, it's a coffin. Lestat: What's that my love? New Orleans Whore: It's a coffin. Lestat: Why so it is, you must be dead. New Orleans Whore: I'm not dead am I? Louis: No, you are not dead. Lestat: Not yet.
Ariel: I used to get such a kick out of watching you work up your sermons. Reverend: And now? It's different. I see the stage. I see costumes. It's show business, isn't it?
I'm told that the senior class at the high school has got use of a warehouse in Bayson for the purpose of putting on a senior dance. Please...join me to pray to the Lord to guide them in their endeavors.
Hey, hey, what's this I see? I thought this was a party! Let's dance!
I thought this was a party!
I thought vampires didn't like the light.
I wanted to lose it all--my wealth, my estate, my sanity.
I'm calling you a piece of stinking offal!
I've come to answer your prayers. Life has no meaning anymore, does it?
I was a newborn vampire weeping at the beauty of the night.
Tavern Girl: Is his kiss as deep as yours? Lestat: Deeper, ma chere.
I can warm that cold skin of yours better than she can.
I was Creole, after all, and Paris was the mother of New Orleans, a universe whole and entire unto herself.
I love you still. That's the torment of it.
I'm so glad you're here. I've dreamed of this moment.
I'm a vampire.
I'm flesh and blood, but not human.
I haven't been human for 200 years.
I've drained you to the point of death.
If I leave you here, you'll die. Or you can be young always, my friend--As we are now.
I woke the next evening with a hunger I had never felt.
I'm old enough to be your grandmother.
It's already moving through your bloodstream.
I guess we've got a deal.
Brazen: Now it has a mini-nuke battery good for about eight minutes, but you can only use it once. Commander Malloy: So you better save it for when it counts.
I know this is your cab, but I'm desperately late for a plane, and I was wondering if I could appeal to your good nature and ask you to let me have it. New York Lawyer: I don't have a good nature. Excuse me.
Neal: Sir?... Sir?... Sir? Excuse me. I know this is your cab, but I'm desperately late for a plane, and I was wondering if I could appeal to your good nature and ask you to let me have it. New York Lawyer: I don't have a good nature. Excuse me. Cabbie: Come on. Neal: I'll offer you 10 dollars for it. New Yo...
Del: I know you don't I? I'm usually very good with names but I'll be damned if I haven't forgotten yours. Neal: You stole my cab. Del: I never stole anything in my life. Neal: I hailed a cab on park avenue this afternoon and before I could get in it. You stole it. Del: You're the guy who tried to get my cab...
Del: I had no idea those beer cans would blow like that. Neal: You left them on a vibrating bed. What did you think was gonna happen?
I had a fairly standard childhood.
I came from, what you might call, a broken home.
I set out to find my destiny.
I'm so tired of running rampant through the streets.
Dwyane, In The Mood
It's like going on a date with a Chatty Cathy doll. There should be a string on your chest that I pull out. Except I wouldn't pull it out, you would. Ah! Ah! Ah! Ah!
If they told you wolverines make good house pets, would you believe them?
Del: What? Neal: You know goddamn well what! Del: I'm sorry I don't Neal: I had over 700 dollars in here. Del: I didn't touch your dough Neal. I'm a lot of things but I'm not a thief. Neal: Well you went into my stuff last night right? Del: I didn't take your money! and I don't care for the accusation. ...
Owen: I'm to drive you to Wichita to catch a train? Del: Yeah, we'd appreciate it. Owen: Train don't run out of Wichita... unlessin' you're a hog or a cattle. People train runs out of Stubbville.
I was destined to be a super-villain, and we were destined to be rivals.
I haven't been home in years.
Metro Man: It's "revenge," and it's best served cold. Megamind: But it can be easily reheated in the microwave of evil.
I couldn't hear you over the sound of me saving your life.
Del: You know I had a feeling that when we parted ways , somehow, someday, our paths would cross again. Are you all right? I've never seen a guy get picked up by his testicles before. Lucky thing for you that cop passed by when he did. Otherwise, you'd be lifting up your schnutz to tie you shoes. I'm sorry. That's t...
Neal: I need one room. Del: If you're pissed at me, we can get separate rooms. Neal: You get your own room. Hotel Clerk: I'll need a major credit card. Neal: All right. All right. I have, uh... Diner's... Visa... and a gasoline card. Hotel Clerk: These aren't... these aren't credit cards. Neal: All right,...
Del: It's been great meeting you Neil. It really has. I'm sorry if I caused you any trouble. Neal: You didn't cause me any trouble. You got me home, and, uh... a little late. Del: A couple days. Neal: But, uh... I'm a little wiser, too. Del: Me, too.
I never did introduce myself. Del Griffith. Del Griffith. Del Griffith. Del Griffith.
It's taken me a long time to find my calling. Now it's about time you find yours.
Neal: Is this a good combo or what? Del: No, probably not.
Del: You know I've been thinking. What we're dealing with here is a small time crook. He didn't take the credit cards, right? So we charge our way home. What kind of plastic do you carry? Neal: I have a Visa and a gasoline card. Oh, and I have a Neiman Marcus card in case you want to send someone a gift. What have...
Neal: Eh, look, I don't want to be rude, but I'm not much of a conversationalist, and I really want to finish this article, a friend of mine wrote it, so... Del: Don't let me stand in your way, please don't let me stand in your way. The last thing I want to be remembered as is an annoying blabbermouth... You know,...
Metro Man: We all know how this ends: with you behind bars. Megamind: Oh! I'm shaking in my custom baby seal leather boots.
It's sunday morning in our quiet, little white-bread redneck mountain town.
I'm sorry. I can't help myself. That movie has warped my fragile little mind.
I farted once on the set of blue lagoon!
Roxanne: I knew you'd come back. Megamind: Well, that made one of us.
I knew you'd come back.
I finally had a reason to win. You.
Is this a robbery? 'Cause the lady across the hall has way better stuff than me.
Titan: But... I have powers. I have a cape. I'm the good guy. Roxanne: You are a good guy, Hal, but you don't understand. We need to find out why... Hal: No, no. This this... Roxanne: Hal, just take a deep breath. This isn't right! and listen to me for a moment. Titan: You're supposed to be with me!
Roxanne: It all makes sense now. He missed getting his butt kicked, so he created a new hero to kick it for him. Bernard: Yeah. Roxanne: But why would he pick Hal? Hal is the worst possible person you could pick. Bernard: Wow. That's a lot to take in. Roxanne: It-It-It boggles my mind. Bernard: I am extreme...
I am extremely boggled.
I hear there's a new hero who dares challenge my evil. Where is the one they call Titan? Challenge me if you dare!
Megamind: Oh! Well done. I thought that battle went really, really well. I mean, I have a few notes. Titan: Notes? Megamind: But they can wait. You can take me to jail now. Titan: Oh, no, no, no. I was thinking more like the morgue. You're dead! Megamind: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. This isn't how you play...
Lee: I'll take the four on the left. Barney: I want you to take the two on the right. Leave the rest alone. Pirate: I'll kill them all! I don't care. Lee: You should take the two on the right. You're not that fast anymore. Barney: The only thing faster is lightning.
Maverick: I'll get a visual ID. Cougar, you hook him. Goose: Roger, and I'll clean him and fry him.
Take it easy, Maverick. I don't like this shit.
I had so many evil plans in the works. The illiteracy beam. Typhoon cheese. Robo-sheep. Battles we will now never have. You know, I never had the chance to say goodbye. So it's good that we have this time now. You know, before I destroy the place. Nothing personal, it just brings back too many painful memories.
I had so many evil plans in the works.
In other words, I have no purpose.
I remember when he wore that.