I'm Superman. I can fly.
Lucy: I never said that. Why would I say that? Turner: Why would your friend say it if you hadn't said it? Lucy: Kids lie all the time.
Vickie: Uh... 851-25-9357. Troy: Very impressive. Vickie: It's the only thing I really learned in college.
I know that you all think she's as smart as she is despite him, but it's because of him.
If they take Lucy away from her father, they will take away an enormous piece of her, and I worry that she will spend the rest of her life trying to fill that hole.
I don't know about you, Mr. Turner, but my memories of my parents have nothing to do with, uh, the times table or with, um, state capitals.
Turner: I bet, uh, he's knocking on your door, asking questions all the time, huh? Annie: Yes. All the time.
If I look at you, I'm gonna laugh again.
In some ways, I'm smarter than her. In some ways, I'm smarter than you, Mr. Turner. I'm some ways, I'm smarter than you, Judge McNeilly.
I don't get it, man. I've been good. Some chick says: "Messer, you can forget the condom," and I say no, and I still end up with a kid.
It's not a bra that I'm taking off a chick, it's a diaper that I am taking off a baby.
Eric: It's like Slum Dog Millionaire in there. Holly: You're gonna make me throw up. Eric: She didn't eat enough to produce that she had like two pieces of macaroni.
That's true, I mean, we had nine months to get ready and we still screw up about half the time.
I've ruined my practice. I've alienated my colleagues. I sent my kid off on a fishing trip with his father so that I could work with you, and you won't open the goddamn door for me! Fine! That's it! I've had it!
Everyone, if I could, if I could have your attention.
I always wanted a child.
It is our unfinished task to make sure this government works on behalf of the many, and not just the few. That it encourages free enterprise, rewards individual initiative, and opens the doors of opportunity to every child across this great nation.
I don't see why he had to leave.
I'm hardly the woman I was a year ago, but if Ed walked through that door right now breathing and told me to go with him, I'd like to think I'd tell him to go to hell.
Beth: I'm pissed at him for leaving. Carol: Don't be.
It's courtesy of Daryl's brother.
If anything worse than this had happened to you.
Is Glenn all right?
I rest easy knowing you can handle yourself.
I'm sorry about your friend.
It's like "10 Little Indians" out there.
Rick: I can't be responsible. Tyreese: You turn us out, you are responsible.
I can't help you. Get out!
Cab Driver: It's a healthier meal if you don't fry the shell. You know what I'm saying? I Like my taco shells baked. Eric: Yeah. I Like them soft. Cab Driver: Yeah.
I hate other people's kids. That's your baby in there.
I thought maybe we could make gingerbread houses, and eat cookie dough, and go ice skating, and maybe even hold hands.
I'd like to remind you... that we're laying people off around here. I can find an intern who will do your job for free like that.
It's liberating, isn't it?
Doctor: It's a boy... Buddy's your son. Walter: That's very impossible. You--you saw that guy out there. He's--he's certifiably insane.
It's like a dirty bomb. It's like eggs and peanut butter.
I'm, like, ruining your whole life here.
I'd rather check into a shelter than deal with her shit.
I had a great life. I went to games for a living. Okay? Girls would buy me drinks and throw themselves at me.
I know how much you love to mainline in misery here.
Lelaina: You know, I finally figured out what your problem is, Dyer. Troy: What's that? I'm not a Pepper?
Turner: I heard you turned 7 this year. That's pretty exciting. Lucy: Everybody gets older. It's not that big a deal.
I know that you keep a clean cab. I know that you drive the speed limit. And I know that you got three kids who you love to death.
Allen: I can hum if I want to. Terry: No, I know you can. I'm asking you to stop.
I just can't do it, captain. I don't have the power!
Allen: Forensic accounting, okay. And it's an important part of the job. Terry: Yeah, whatever. Stop being so overtly happy about doing shit work, you moron.
It's a bad time, Bob!
Rambo: I put in my time. Griggs: What's that mean? Rambo: It means my war is over.
I thought you said he was this great soldier.
Rambo: I like belonging to something. Trautman: You do belong to something, not this.
Rambo: I'm sorry, but it's got to end for me sometime. Trautman: I understand.
I can't leave him alone when he needs me. Even if he's gone.
I just walked out that door, saw a couple detectives, and I was about to start bad mouthing you behind your back, but I stopped myself, because my pops taught me that a man who talks behind somebody's back is a coward.
I think you're a fake cop.
If we were in the wild, I would attack you.
If I were a lion, and you were a tuna, I would swim out in the middle of the ocean and freaking eat you! And then I'd bang your tuna girlfriend.
If you'd placed it near a river or some sort of fresh water source, that'd make sense.
I wanna see you work your Messer magic.
Dude: I could be sitting here with just pee stains on my rug. But no, man, I got a, you know... Walter: Yeah. Fucking Germans. Nothing changes.
Walter: I mean, say what you want about the tenets of national socialism, Dude. At least it's an ethos. Dude: Yeah.
Chinatown. Three Triad gang members. I popped two of them off the draw.
I hear a whistle. My partner's on the roof. He says, "Let's even the odds!"
Griggs: It can't be done officially. Rambo: Make it unofficial.
I know it's very tempting. You want to impress your friends. But this is serious stuff we're dealing with, okay?
Griggs: If you're captured or if any of this leaks, we'll deny any participation or even knowledge of your existence. Rambo: I'm used to it.
I relive it every night. Bronx, October. Game 7 of the World Series.
I mean, I saw a shadowy figure in the tunnel. I told him to stop.
I'm no tourist.
Mousa: What is this for? Rambo: It's a blue light. Mousa: What does it do? Rambo: Turns blue.
Terry: I was being groomed for a top position in homicide. Now I'm stuck with a desk jockey partner. Everybody calls me the Yankee Clipper. Jimmy: Because you shot Derek Jeter!
Well, I do not know who you really are, but by the way you look, I can see you have no experience in war, do you?
I've fired a few shots.
Fellas, look, I know you don't respect me as a police officer.
If I'm going to be interrogated, I want to be interrogated by your superiors.
Okay, I guess I'll just, you know, take some sea snails and be on my way.
Allen: It's a real thing, right? Terry: A desk pop? Allen: Yeah. Terry: No, that's not real!
I collect Canadian quarters. I got about six of 'em.
Listen, guys. I'm working two jobs. I'm working here. And I got another job at Bed Bath and Beyond. Okay?
I'm doing that just to put a kid through NYU so he can explore his bisexuality and become a deejay.
Is that a custom living color anti-glare, retractable-top tank?
Allen: I'm not gonna discharge my firearm in the office. Martin: Gamble, listen to me. I'll try to make it real clear. We honor the flag, and you crap on it when you don't shoot your gun in the office.
I'm flying in from Luxembourg tomorrow. I want you to be my driver. Swiss Air, flight 12. Is it still 3,500? See you. Ciao.
I finally figured out how you pick up all these gorgeous women.
Deuce: How did you get that job? Antoine: I just kind of fell into it. Deuce: I'm gonna kill my guidance counselor.
Eric: I can't believe he asked you out. Doesn't that defy some doctor-patient thing? Holly: Well he's a pediatrician so if he's dating a patient, yeah, there'd be a problem.
Stranger: I like your style, Dude. Dude: Oh, well, I dig your style, too, man. Got a whole cowboy thing going.
I got to tender my resignation or whatever because looks like your mother really was kidnapped after all.
I'll tell you what I did as a little kid. I went to school and made my bed. And at age 11, I audited my parents. And believe me, there were some discrepancies, and I was grounded.
Fosse: I will rock your body with big, nasty hooks. You'll be pissing blood out of your ass. Allen: That's horrible.
I'll tell you something about those guys.
Allen: I didn't need you to stick up for me, okay? I could've handled that myself. Terry: Hey, don't flatter yourself. It's the partner's code. I had no choice.
I'm being kidnapped. Really, we're in a police station and no one is interested in this?
Fosse: So, then what happened? Martin: What do you think happened? I woke up, I took the belt off my neck, and I got in my car, and I got out of there.
I thought I was gonna have to shoot my way out. What are you gonna do, though, you know? Bar mitzvahs.
I feel like we're literally driving around in a vagina.
I got something to get you going. Let's go do some damage!
I've never actually put my foot all the way down to the ground with the accelerator like that.
It got me slightly aroused.
I didn't know they put tampons on wheels.
I'm gonna need you all to back up now. We're taking over.
Holly: If something happens to the car, one of us is gonna have to sell a kidney. Eric: Having a kid is expensive. We talked about that.
I myself have 18 Lamborghinis and a Subaru station wagon. And it's because of this excess that I have flourished.
I'm working on a huge case, all right?
I've always got Little River Band loaded up here. I've got six disks in here.
Allen: You know what bugs me about you? Terry: What? Allen: I'm pretty sure you've never voted. Terry: No, I vote. Sports radio, AM 880. Play of the week.
Allen: You know what? That's very funny. I have never Miranda-ed anyone before. Terry: Really? David: Are you guys for real? Am I being punk'd?
I think we've walked 30 blocks, man.
Buddy: I can't go to sleep unless I get tucked in. Walter: I am not gonna tuck you in.
I planned out our whole day. First, we'll make snow angels for two hours, and then we'll go ice skating, and then we'll eat a whole roll of tollhouse cookie dough as fast as we can, and then, to finish, we'll snuggle.
I painted a picture of a butterfly.
I'm glad I caught up with you. I waited five hours for you.
I feel really warm when I am around you, and, um, my tongue swells up.
Amy: I think you guys make a really cute couple. Holly: She said the same thing about Taylor Swift and that Twilight kid.
If me at any age of my life could see me right now,he would kick my cat ass.
Eric: I gave up everything to play this frigging part. Holly: Play this part? That's what this is to you? Eric: Well we're living in their house. We're sleeping in their bed. We're raising their kid. We're acting like we're married, but we're not. Holly: Have you been pretending with Sophie? Eric: No. I love...
I finally figured out why Peter and Alison picked us, and it's not because we knew them best. It's because you and me together with Sophie, somehow we're a family.
I know that we got it all backwards. You're supposed to meet somebody, then fall in love, then have a baby, but I don't care. I don't care how it happened, Holly, because I fell in love with you.
In the late 20th century, hostile forces inside the United States grow strong. The city of Los Angeles is ravaged by crime and immorality. To protect and defend its citizens, the United States Police Force is formed.
I appreciate your thirst for knowledge, Doctor, but this world is messy enough.
I realize Harry's been around a long time. I'm not saying that his ways are antiquated, but it'd help to have a car that handled properly and didn't blow engines.
Troy: It turns you on, doesn't it? You like to watch. Lelaina: Come on!
Those must be comfortable shoes, I bet you could walk all day in shoes like those and not feel a thing. I wish I had shoes like that.
I've worn lots of shoes. I bet if I think about it real hard I could remember my first pair of shoes.
I'm going to give you an engine, low to the ground, extra big oil pan to cut the wind from underneath you.
I'm gonna give you a fuel line will hold an extra gallon of gas. I'm going to shave half an inch off you and shape you like a bullet.
Fat Man at Bench: It was a bullet, wasn't it? Forrest Gump: A bullet? Fat Man at Bench: That jumped up and bit you. Forrest Gump: Oh, yes sir. Bit me directly in the buttocks. They said it was a million dollar wound, but the army must keep that money 'cause I still haven't seen a nickel of that million dollars...
Big John: If you wanna turn yourselves into a greasy spot on a country road somewheres, go right ahead. I don't give a shit and I don't think anybody else does, regardless what they say to your face.
I need this, Harry. I don't have anything else.
Lily: It's a cake. Prison guard 2: I decide what it is. Lily: Looks like some kind of cake.
I'm settin' up for cool weather... but if that sun breaks, after you're out on the track, you're liable to get real loose real quick.
And I figured, since I run this far, maybe I'd just run across the great state of Alabama. And that's what I did. I ran clear across Alabama.
I had run for 3 years, 2 months, 14 days, and 16 hours.
I'm pretty tired. I think I'll go home now.
I keep emotion out of it.
Jenny Curran: I wish I could've been there with you. Forrest Gump: You were.
If I could bottle the sexual tension... between Bonnie Franklin and Schneider... I could solve the energy crisis.
It's not even a big deal. The old manager tried to kill herself... by eating a whole pot of poinsettias.
I'm bursting with fruit flavor.
I just do not understand why this moment... has to be Memorexed.
I'm glad he's well enough to come back and I hope I beat him at the same time.
I am not under any orders to make the world a better place.
I only hope God lets them take their .357s with them to heaven.
I'm making this documentary... about my friends, but it's really about... people who are trying to find their own identity... without having any real role models or heroes or anything.
I'm, uh... I'm, uh... not really good with compliments.
It's the man's eulogy. You're gonna have to show some feeling. You know that thing that human people do when they change the expression on their face?
I worked with Zed for 40 years. He was a hell of an agent. And I have written a hell of a speech for him. People will be moved.
I guess it doesn't really take much to make me happy.
Michael: I know why the caged bird sings and everything. Lelaina: Oh, yeah? Why? Michael: Because he was... in a cage...
Michael: I loved astronomy, too, and I got into class... and it was like... it was like... everything was three-squared times pi equals the root of pi. Yeah. Lelaina: Pi.
I am picking up some very strange vibes in here.
I just would have liked to have been there... to watch how you rationalized... sleeping with a yuppy head cheeseball on the first date.
God. If something's bothering you that much... I wish you could just be man enough to talk to me about it.
I am really in love with you. Is that what you want to hear? Is it? Well, don't flatter yourself.
I've never been a good example before... and, um... I've never been good with responsibility.
I think I was conceived on an acid trip.
And I'm all, like, "What?" But then I realized, I realized that the shell was empty.
It's just "Captain." Just "Captain." It's not "Captain Gene." I don't have a kiddie show.
Terry: I mean, when you hear hooves, you think horses, not zebras. Allen: What about donkeys or deer? They have hooves. What about bovine creatures?
I recently just cut three minutes out of Goodfellas.
Allen: Look, if I put that in my Cosmo Fashion App, you'd probably get a D-. Sheila: Allen and his apps. He loves them.
Walter: Is this your homework, Larry? Is this your homework, Larry? Dude: Look, man, it... Walter: Dude. Please? Is this your homework, Larry?
Work in progress
It is time.
Alright, I never had to think for three people before. Hell, I barely had to think for one.
If my wife and I fought like that, we'd still be married.
I'll take the Chloropod. You take the Tarantabee and the Hydronian over there.
It has nothing to do with you. Mind your own business.
I used Adobe Premiere. I like to do a little weekend editing.
Terry: Who are you? Sheila: I'm Dr. Sheila Gamble, his wife. Terry: Come on, seriously. Who is that? Sheila: His old lady.
I've always had an odd preference... for very, very young girls.
I... Being a total prick......Iy pear, I...
Agent K: I promised you the secrets of the universe. Nothing more. Agent J: So there's secrets out there the universe don't know about?
It's like I closed this emotional window. But yesterday I threw a brick right through that window and I just want to thank you for handing me that brick.
I'm not gonna work at the Gap, for Christ's sake.
I'll probably be working at the Whole Foods... playing warehouses... hanging around places like the Radio Shack... screaming that I used to know you...
Rufus: I thought you were... De Nomolos: ..dead? No. Just in preparation.
If you erase me you will erase the whole world!
I'm an agent of Men in Black but I'm from the future. We're partners. 25 years from now you're gonna recruit me and 14 years after that, the guy you didn't let me kill today at Coney Island he escapes from prison, jumps into the past and unleashes an full-scale invasion of Earth. We got about 19 hours to catch him a...
I've been an agent for 14 years which means I'm the senior agent on this case. Now, I hate to pull rank but as senior agent, I am instructing my junior agent, that's you, to give me my gun right now. That's an order.
I don't want to get married... because I see how my parents are.
I want first kisses. I want passion... the whole way through.
It's better than having to kiss your husband's ass all the time.
I mean, I think you should definitely... not unintentionally do anything... that you're not comfortable with.
I'm really not that smart.
Irony. It's a noun. It's when something is... ironic. It's, uh...
Is it for drugs?
I was f... I lost my job.
No. I mean, you got people coming at you from the front... coming at you from the back, from the sides... people at the condiment exchange... people at the drive thru, kids on bikes... and they're all depending on who?
Hot Dog Vendor Mgr.: Eighty five and forty five. Go. Lelaina: One... forty? NHot Dog Vendor Mgr.: ope. Lelaina: One... fifty? Hot Dog Vendor Mgr.: Nope. Lelaina: One sixty? Hot Dog Vendor Mgr.: It's not an auction.
You know I don't have no problem pimp-slapping the shiznit out of Andy Warhol.
I'm late for a jean folding seminar. Let's locomote.
I mean, babies, OK? I can't even take care of a Chia Pet.
He's weird. He's strange. He's sloppy. He's a total nightmare for women. I can't believe I haven't slept with him yet.
I've seen you. You're out the door before the condom comes off.
If I fell under the sword of that murderer, it might be my head in a basket.
I don't want to wake. I want to stay here with you.
I am the princess of Wales. I come as the king's servant and with his authority.
I have been given nothing. God makes men what they are.