Jack: I wouldn't feed that thing. Daniel: It's got a harness. It's domesticated.
I'm gonna stomp your ass!
It's the Egyptian sun god. They think he sent us here.
It's tastes... Bawk bawk bawk bawk... Bawk bawk bawk bawk. Tastes like chicken.
It seems like writing is forbidden to them.
I smell like a yak.
I guess the word dweeb doesn't mean anything to you guys, does it?
It hasn't been a living spoken language in more than 1,000 years.
I don't want to die. Your men don't want to die, and these people here don't want to die. It's a shame you're in such a hurry to.
I didn't know they were looking for somebody to lead this crazy attack.
Lando Calrissian: I'm surprised they didn't ask you to do it. Han Solo: Who says they didn't? But I ain't crazy. You're the respectable one, remember?
It is protected by an energy shield which is generated from the nearby forest moon of Endor.
It's going to be rough, pal. I didn't wanna speak for you.
Yeah, well, I don't think the Empire had Wookiees in mind when they designed her, Chewie.
It is of no concern. Soon the rebellion will be crushed and young Skywalker will be one of us.
If they don't go for this, we're gonna have to get out of here pretty quick, Chewie.
I'm endangering the mission. I shouldn't have come.
It's your imagination, kid. Come on, let's keep a little optimism here.
No. Leave them to me. I will deal with them myself.
I'm not going to hurt you.
I promise I won't hurt you. Now come here. All right. You want something to eat?
the Emperor: I wonder if your feelings on this matter are clear, Lord Vader. Darth Vader: They are clear, my master.
Govori; Dr.Semiz Ikanovic
Andie: I'm going to dangle the bait... Michelle: Wait, what's the bait? Andie: I'm the bait, Michelle.
It's an interactive CD ROM!
Rotate the pod, please, Hal. Rotate the pod, please, Hal. I don't think he can hear us.
Poole: Well... What do you think? Bowman: I'm not sure. What do you think? Poole: I've got a bad feeling about him.
I'm gonna ride with Dr. Sattler.
I heard that there was this meteor, hit the Earth someplace down in Mexico, and made this big crater.
Bowman: It should certainly indicate his integrity and self-confidence. If he were wrong, it'd be the surest way of proving it. Poole: It would be if he knew he was wrong.
Bowman: It'd be a bit tricky. Poole: Yeah. Bowman: We'd have to cut his higher brain functions without disturbing the purely automatic and regulatory systems.
Item 151 on today's glitch list.
I am totally unappreciated in my time.
I want you to respect me.
I don't blame people for their mistakes. But I do ask that they pay for them.
It's a marathon, not a sprint.
I know that you and Frank were planning to disconnect me, and I'm afraid that's something I cannot allow to happen.
Nedry: It'll eat a lot of compute cycles. We'll lose part of the system for a while. There's a finite amount of memory, you can't use it for everything. Are you gonna compile for a half an hour... Muldoon: Quiet.
Bowman: I'll go in through the emergency air lock. Without your space helmet, dave, you're going to find that rather difficult.
I know everything hasn't been quite right with me.
I feel much better now. I really do.
I honestly think you ought to sit down calmly, take a stress pill, and think things over.
I've still got the greatest enthusiasm and confidence in the mission. And I want to help you.
I'm afraid. I'm afraid, Dave.
I am a HAL 9000 computer.
I became operational at the H-A-L plant in Urbana, Illinois,
HAL 9000: If you'd like to hear it, I can sing it for you. Bowman: Yes, I'd like to hear it, Hal.
Bowman: Sing it for me. HAL 9000: It's called... Daisy.
It was buried 40 feet below the lunar surface near the crater Tycho.
I really hate that man.
Ellie: I'm still not clear on chaos. Ian: It simply deals with unpredictability in complex systems.
Is there anybody else who think we shouldn't be out here?
I decided right then and there I wasn't gonna live like that. I needed to get as far away as possible.
I did a test run on this thing, it took me 20 minutes. I thought I can maybe push it to 18 but you've got to give me at least 15 minutes. Give me the 15 minutes.
It could've been worse, John. A lot worse.
Oh, I finished debugging the phones. You know, I was going to, so I did. So I debugged the phones. And I thought maybe I should tell you the system will be compiling for 18 to 20 minutes, so some of the minor systems, they might go on and off for a while, but it's nothing to worry about. It's just a simple thing.
I'm always on the lookout for a future ex Mrs. Malcolm.
Hi, everybody, welcome to Access Hollywood. I'm Billy Bush.
I loaded it with the enhanced venom of Conus Purpurascens, South Sea cone shell. Most powerful neurotoxin in the world. Acts within 0.002 of a second. Which is faster than the nerve-conduction velocity.
I think it's gonna be hard for her to re-enter the pageant without a face.
Grant: What's to be scared about? It's just a little hiccup in the power... Malcolm: I didn't say I was scared. Grant: I didn't say you were scared. Malcolm: I know.
Hey, you got here fast. I got a surprise for you.
Peter, as you know. I love you very much.
I'm in love with you.
I'm not going to go put clothes on.
I know what that means, if I put clothes on, it's over. Okay?
I'm gonna get herpes just from sitting on this couch.
I hate being right all the time.
Peter: I need to B my L on somebody's T's. Brian: That's disgusting.
Okay, Bri? It's all I can think about, is that she's out there, and until I do the same thing, I'm gonna feel like I wanna die.
I find you both very sexually attractive.
I think that having sex with either of you would be a great treat for me.
Peter: I just got out of a five-and-a-half-year relationship, so I'm not looking for anything serious. Just sexual activity. Brian: Let's wrap it up, buddy.
Party Girl: Are you crying? Peter: What? No. I'm sorry that I'm being so weird now.
I used a condom, but I'm really scared that I have an STD, Doc.
I'll be right back, baby, I promise.
It's a good-looking dick, Peter. Beautiful dick.
Sarah: Because I knew you would have stopped me from coming. Ian: I would have tied you to the bed.
Nick: I mean you can give me the Pulitzer right now. Today, please. Eddie: Wow! Nick: The competition's over, close the entries, I'd like to thank everybody who lost.
I've worked around predators since I was 20 years old. Lions, jackals, hyenas, you.
I'm trying to change 100 years of entrenched dogma. Dinosaurs were characterized very early on as vicious lizards.
You know, it's not a landline. You're not in a phone booth. You gotta wait for a decent signal.
I just came.
Come on, I got Allman Brother tickets. I gotta get out of here.
It's everything that reminds me of her and I need it gone.
I will equalize you.
I could go to Hawaii.
What, I can't go to Hawaii now, because Sarah Marshall has heard of Hawaii?
If we end up getting back together. I wanna have a few of them left.
Oh, yeah, it's Sarah Marshall from Crime Scene. People are excited that she's here.
Peter: I wish I wasn't wearing this fucking shirt. Rachel: Fair enough. Why don't you try to unbutton it?
I've lost a shoe. Have you seen it anywhere?
It's like this one, but, you know, obviously it's the opposite one.
Peter: I know who you are. Yeah, you're very, very famous. Aldous: Yeah, I am. I am for my sins.
Jack & Daniel: I've got an idea.
Ferretti: I always knew you'd get us back. Kawalsky: Yeah, right.
I'll be seeing you around, Dr. Jackson.
Trautman: John, I'm sorry they sent you to such a hellhole. Rambo: I've seen worse. Trautman: Yeah, you have, haven't you?
Good. I'll get the necessary clearance.
I was glancing over your files. Makes for some pretty interesting reading.
I honched with the 2nd battalion 3rd marines, in Kontum in '66. I lost a lot of good men. So I know what you, and every vet, feels.
Murdock: We have the world's most advanced weapons in the world available to us. Rambo: I've always believed that the mind is the best weapon. Murdock: Times change. Rambo: For some people.
Ian: Is there an antidote? Eddie: What do you mean, like if you shot yourself in the foot? Don't do that. You'd be dead before you even realized you had an accident.
I miss you, Benny boo-boo, boo-boo-boo.
I always wanted a man like Tom Hanks.
Ian Baker - Coco Rio
Andie: It's a baby fern. Ben: Really? Oh, yeah? Andie: Just like our relationship. A helpless little baby in need of tender loving care.
I wish I ate meat. Mary had a little lamb Little lamb...You have to take it away before I gag.
It's the Goodyear blimp.
If you're going to name... my member, all right, you got to name it something hyper-masculine, okay? Something like Spike or Butch, or Krull, the Warrior King
I'm Bill. This is Ted. We're from the future.
I'm talking about the evil Andie, now. It's like a... it's like a crack-enhanced Kathie Lee Gifford.
I'm in love, dude.
Peter: Did she see me? Rachel: Uh-huh Peter: Is she coming over here? Rachel: Yup.
It's a history report, not a babe report.
I'll never rule the universe with you!
Hey, listen. If I'm going to admit it-- that I own stock, I'm not gonna admit it with a guy like you on the TV.
I am Ted of San Dimas. And, uh... I bring to you a message of love.
I'm the Earl of Preston.
Ted: Iron maiden? Bill and Ted: Excellent!
I believe our adventure through time has taken a most serious turn.
Derek Foreal: If you are, you have to tell me. If not, it's entrapment. George Jung: We're not cops. We're from Massachusetts.
I built a reputation for myself. People even started calling me Boston George. It was perfect.
Kevin Dulli: I'm fuckin' stoned. I'm really stoned. I'm fuckin' stoned, man. I'm really-- George: Stoned?
If you do the math, that's over 30 grand a week profit. That's $15,000 a week for you, my friend, in your pocket, free and clear.
If you feel just that qualified at all, you might try flicking the switch to "on".
Come on, I'm the best kind of girlfriend there is.
I've gotten used to being apart, but that doesn't mean that's how I want to live.
It's like a height restriction at an amusement park.
You know, I have made a career out of waiting for you.
I love that you rode in here on a white horse. I really do. It's very touching, very dramatic. I just need you to show up in a cab every once in a while, too.
I know what I'm doing. Uh, you guys should definitely go.
I'll tell you what you need, a good anti-psychotic.
Sarah: I'll be back in five or six days. Ian: No, you'll be back in five or six pieces. Sarah: What bothers you is that I'm not afraid of this place, and you are.
I want it up and running in 30 minutes. That's half an hour.
Roland: Is it dangerous? Dr. Burke: Uh, no, I wouldn't think so. The Compys been presumed to be scavengers, like jackals.
It gives me the creeps. It's like it's not scared.
Roland: Infant's probably only a couple weeks old. Never left the nest. Dieter: Offspring that young, the parents won't leave him alone for too long.
I have numerous concerns spread across this state. I have many wells flowing at many thousand barrels per day, so I like to think of myself as an oilman.
I work side by side with my wonderful son, H.W. I think one or two of you might have met him already. And I encourage my men to bring their families, as well.
It's an abomination to consider that any man, woman, or child in this magnificent country of ours should have to look upon a loaf of bread as a luxury.
I sure hope this works.
I think it's working, dude.
Eli: Is there anything that you need from me? Anything the church can do for you? Daniel: I don't believe so. No. Thank you.
I thank you all so much for visiting with us at this time. I've had the pleasure of meeting some of you and I hope very much in the months to come, I'll be able to visit with each and every one of you.
I'm better at digging holes in the ground than making speeches, so let's forget the speech for this evening, just make it a simple blessing.
I had a girlfriend, right? And Liam and Noel Gallagher both had it off with her right in front of me, so that's similar.
No, no, I'm not changing hotels.
If we were one of the greatest generals in history and we were stranded in San Dimas for one day, where would we go?
I'm Dr. Freud, but you may call me Siggy.
I'm getting complaints about a woman crying hysterically.
Yeah, you know what, I hear her, too, and it sounds like she's having such a hard time.
Peter: I think it's coming from the floor above me. Rachel: You're on the top floor. Peter: I'll try to keep it down.
I can't believe my dad arrested them all.
I would love to sell you some weed, Jeremy, but I'm at my fucking job right now.
I'd like you all to put your hands together.
Daniel: I'll be back. I'll be back in a minute. Wait here. H.W.: Don't leave! Daniel: I'm going to take care of you. Wait. Stay here, son. I'm going to fix this.
If I have just one sip of wine, by the end of the evening, I'll be, like, rimming waiters for their tips just to get me hands on a rock.
No, I didn't talk to your assistant. It's not all about you, you know.
I'm going to bury you underground, Eli. Oh. Oh. I'm going to bury you underground.
Abel: I followed His word, Eli. I tried. Eli: You didn't do anything but sit down. You're lazy, and you're stupid.
I feel at home here. I just love it.
I'm on Sex and the City. What's up, Miranda?
I'm Samantha. I have sex with everyone.
I lived in South Central. South Central. And I hated it. That's why I moved to Oahu.
I do the music for that programme.
It's not music. There's no melody, it's just tones. Just dark, ominous tones.
I'm no Aldous Snow, I guess, you know.
Andie: I did something kind of wacky. Ben: Eh? Andie: Yes. I used Photoshop at work today to composite our faces together to see what our kids would look like.
Sorry, I recognize you from the cover of Namaste Magazine. I'm a huge fan.
Instructor: Good. It's really important in this pose, that you arch your back and keep it flat at the same time. Peter: I feel like those are opposing ideas.
I'm doing a handstand, motherfucker.
Chuck: I'm gonna give you a Hawaiian name. Peter: Oh, great. Peter: Pepiopi.
Okay, when we're out there, I want you to ignore your instincts.
Chuck: Man, I don't know. I quit wearing a watch when I moved out here. Peter: Wow, that's so cool. Chuck: Yeah. No, like my cell phone has a clock on it, so I don't really need it.
Chuck: Hey, look, man, if you're attacked by a shark, are you gonna give up surfing? Peter: Probably, yeah.
I've tried, all right, there's a couple of dudes here, but they're kind of weird.
Brian: Iron your shirt, look sharp. Liz: Even your T-shirts.
It's too much death here... Death everywhere.
Rambo: What is this? Co: It bring me good luck.
Trautman: I want to go out with the extraction team at dawn. Murdock: Denied. Trautman: Denied?
I'll be back.
I hope for his sake we're not just wasting fuel.
Co: It better I stay till end. Rambo: This is the end.
I got them out of England just before they had to marry those royal ugly dudes.
Murdock: Trautman. I'm going to forget this conversation ever took place. Trautman: You bastard.
I got a surprise for you.
George Jung: I want you to promise me that we're never gonna be like that. I don't wanna wind up like them. Barbara Buckley: We're gonna wind up like us.
I mean, you say I'm an outlaw, you say I'm a thief, but where's the Christmas dinner for the people on relief, huh?
Elias: Look, in case anything happens to you, you get lost or separated, don't yell out, okay? Taylor: Okay. Elias: Just sit tight, and we'll get to you.
I just want to be anonymous, like everybody else-- do my share for my country, live up to what grandpa did in the first war and dad did in the second.
I Could Take You Through the Night (by Luke Carrig & Steve Jones)
It'd been almost a year since I'd seen my parents, and believe it or not, I actually missed them.
I'm great at what I do, dad. I mean, I'm really great at what I do.
I had no choice. Don't look at me like that.
I Could Take You Through the Night (by Luke Carrig & Steve Jones)
I'm Henry Plainview. I'm from Fond du Lac. I'm your brother, from another mother.
Henry: I read about your gusher in the paper, about your success. Daniel: You heard about my strike? You just show up? Henry: Our father's dead.
I worked on a chain gang for six months building roads. That was a very hard time.