The device is armed. I hope you're moving.
There's a knife in my right front pocket!
99: There is a bomb. Agent: Where? Max: Would you believe in the piano?
That old son of a gun can take a hit, huh?
This is the proudest moment of my life!
Yes, Mr. President. Thank you and goodbye, sir.
86, the President wanted me to convey his personal thanks and to tell you how enormously impressed he was with that dragged-by-a-train thing.
That will make me happy, Maureen.
This could get dangerous, Andy. You might want to hold my hand.
The next time you see sky, it'll be over another town. The next time you take a test, it'll be in some other school.
McCoy: You gotta be kidding me. Kirk: Thanks for the support.
James T. Kirk: You know, going back in time, changing history, that's cheating. Spock Prime: A trick I learned from an old friend.
That is so true.
They scatter less for when you really wanna blow a hole in somethin'.
The way he looks at her galls me. You know what I mean?
This is my one night off. I look forward to this all week. Why don't you come to bed?
This weekend, I go to Atlantic City, and I do nothing but play Blackjack straight through. I'm not even gonna get a room. Just get those Wash 'n' Drys.
Tuna fish. What if you mix mayonnaise right in the can with the tuna fish?
Take live tuna fish and feed them mayonnaise. Oh, this is good. Call Star-Kist.
That's a very rough job. I would shape up a deal over 2 months, another man would come right in and take all the credit.
Do I really like these cards or is it just the irresistible lure of sending you home?
Bill: Think I'll go to Vegas next week. Chuck: I wish you would shut up. Bill: Vegas knows how to treat you right. You know Chuck?
Think it's been easy on me? I come in here. I'm the new guy. I have no friends.
This is how you planned on losing them?!
LaBoeuf: Now, you could argue that the shooting of the dog was merely an instance of malum prohibitum, but the shooting of a senator is indubitably an instance of malum in se. Rooster: Malla-men what? Mattie Ross: Malum in se. The distinction is between an act that is wrong in itself, and an act that is wrong on...
Nope. Time to pay your debt, buddy.
That was a good one.
That'll put lead in your pencil.
Them jeans of yours are startin' to look tighter than Daisy's.
Well, by the looks of this place, I think I'll take two bottles of Pepto and a shot of penicillin, right?
There ain't nobody in this bar concerned about you hurtin' her.
Mr. Pelecootis: That's when she assaulted me. Judge: Mr. Pelecootis, you look unmarked, undamaged to me in any manner.
The Dukes. I had a feelin'.
Hell, boys, this is worse than the time you sunk it in the Tipton Swamp.
I mean, the General doesn't race. The General erases the competition.
Bill: They can't have girls at their dorm, so I brought them here. Group rate. They let me in their fraternity. Chuck: Bill, you've got to ask them to get out. Please.
Sol: What's that? Vinny: This is a shotgun, Sol.
That does not look like a bookie's.
Too tight? You can land a jumbo fucking jet in there.
This'll make a nice hat. Or a, uh slipper.
Right here, buddy! Hey look at this! We got teenage girls. It's like it's full of broads in here.
Them boys break more bottles than they deliver.
To me, it's just a made-up word, a politician's word, so that young fellas like yourself can wear a suit and a tie and have a job.
There's not a day goes by I don't feel regret, not because i'm in here, because you think I should.
That kid's long gone, and this old man is all that's left. I got to live with that.
There's a harsh truth to face. No way i'm going to make it on the outside.
Oh, that's horseshit. You planted that.
Terrible thing, to live in fear. Brooks Hatlen knew it, knew it all too well.
The only way I'm leavin' this farm is in a wooden box.
That ain't ours, Boss.
This land ain't yours anymore.
Pauline: I don't understand how they could just take your farm. Daisy: They planted a still in our barn.
Pauline: They planted a still? Now, why would they need to plant a still? Daisy: 'Cause they're too damn dumb to find our real one.
That's why we love you, honey.
This here vehicle, it was used in the illegal transportation of moonshine.
Mickey: Top of the range and all that. Tommy: It was us that wanted a caravan.
They take bets on anything that involves blood and pain.
They could charm the paint off walls, these fellas.
This is nothing like my mother's Steinway.
So... That's why they call you One-Eyed Willy... One-Eyed Willy.
This is Willy. One-Eyed Willy. Say hi, Willy.
Those are my friends, the Goonies.
This could be my last chance to win this thing again. Tournament's too big. Luck's too much of a factor now.
Therefore, it would be in the best interest of all concerned if they just gave you boys your jobs back and forgot the whole thing.
Mr. Drollhauser. That's the greatest thing I ever heard. Thank you very much. That's fantastic.
Chuck: Excuse me. There's mustard on this sandwich. Carl: So? Chuck: So, it's egg salad. Carl: Give me the sandwich.
The Roman Empire ruled the world because they built roads. The British Empire ruled the world because they built ships.
This is where he learned who he was. This is where he came for guidance.
Jor-El: Speak. Lex: Tell me everything. Starting with crystals.
That place was a graveyard. I am all that's left.
Hey, man, this is Cooter.
And that fence went up pretty quick too, huh?
Lex: The technology on Krypton, Superman's home world, was based on manipulating the growth of crystals. Kitty: Sounds like hocus-pocus to me.
To think that one could create a new world, with such a simple little object.
Thank you, Mr. Willy. Thank you. You've made my day.
Data: This is a funny candle, it's sparkling. Brand: That's not a candle it's... Mikey, Data & Brand: Dynamite!
Come on, Walsh. We don't have all day. There's 50 more houses to tear down after yours.
That's all right. You and Brand are home safe with your mom and me. That makes us the richest people in Astoria.
There'll be no more signing today or ever again!
Then he asked if there was one of us that she was more relaxed with than the other, and I-I-I said yes.
They gave me a suicide mission.
This place could really use a woman's touch.
Well, I'm going to park my car in front of the driveway instead of in the driveway. Then you'll know I'm thinking of you.
There's nothing like things going badly when you leave, is there?
Sylvia: We got it back. Arnold: Still, these two little pissant countries handing our head to us.
Take me to the city. I want to be with you.
Albert: They study the basic laws and the principles of the universe. Mr. Einstein: You can study the basic laws and principles of the universe in the evening, after you've done the washing-up.
Mrs. Einstein: Time for bed, Albert, love. Albert: Good night, Dad. Mr. Einstein: Good night, Albert.
Mr. Einstein: This is it, Bert, the thing that will put us Einsteins into the history books. Beer. Albert: Beer.
The secret of brewing beer is an Einstein tradition. My father taught it to me. He taught it to his father, and his father to his father's father.
Mr. Einstein: The problem is, as is with the problem with all beer, is that it lacks bubbles. Albert: Well, why don't you put bubbles in it?
Mrs. Einstein: What's happening, Father? Mr. Einstein: The boy's finally done it, Mother. Albert, you're a genius.
Preston: Uh, where was I? Marie: Uh, very small. Preston: Oh, yes. Now, these tiny little vibrations are caused by dozens of grooves which are cut into the disc, you see.
Albert: That one atom was enough to blow the old man's shed apart. Preston: Oh, really.
To your right, pirate's house. Built in 1794.
Town and Country is my favorite magazine.
The carriage house is reserved for Jim's clients and guests such as yourself.
Town and Country flew me down to write a 500-word story on a Christmas party.
John: So... Where is Patrick? Jim: Oh, Patrick went on to his great rewards about 2 years after Mr. Bouhan, about 1974. John: The dog's dead. Jim: Mm-hmm. Quite.
John: This is your house? Jim: Mm-hmm. Built by General Hugh Mercer in 1860, but he never lived in this house.
This is insubordinate behavior.
Rosco: Well, uh, it seems that the, uh, Duke boys. Boss: Mm-hmm? Rosco: Have stolen your safe.
They was last seen headin' up this road here.
Right. Well, here it is, the penthouse. With ensuite bathroom.
Two-inch chrome lockin' bolts, vertical and horizontal. And a spring-loaded, independent relockin' device, with a foreign body.
Wolfgang Bavarian: To our new and lucrative partnership. Preston: Yes.
Their music was the voice of a generation.
Rudy Bavarian: "Emc"? Wolfgang Bavarian: You think it will work? Preston: Believe me, herr Wolfgang, you're not going to regret this. This formula will revolutionize brewing as we know it.
Mark: Two. T-W-O. Alan: Badours. Mark: Because there were two of us. Alan: Yeah. Mark: That was the reasoning behind the name. Alan: Yeah.
Mark: The covers were printed in two colors instead of four which I noticed was a problem. Alan: And they had no hole in the center of the record, so a lot of the people... Jerry: No, you'd have to provide it yourself.
Two weeks before he died he took me aside and he said to me: "Of all those ferkakte people, I love Mitch, he's my favorite."
Hey is this gonna take long, or what? I have a tennis club lesson at 1:00. I already missed one when we were in prison.
This whole area here is called Crabbe Town.
This isn't really just a reunion for the folk groups. It's also a reunion for the Steinbloom family, minus Dad, of course.
Scott: The helo? Curtis: The assault h-helicopter. Scott: Uh-huh. Curtis: You'll be alone for the first few minutes, then, uh, that's it. You have no backup at the house. Scott: Well, there you go, then.
And, if someone would heckle me, they'd say, "Are you gonna be on-stage all night?" I would say, "That's right!" and that would crack up the audience.
They're supposed to be backwards. It's a Chinese fuse.
For minin'. They drill a hole, take a sample out, send it to the lab, see what they got.
Take it to a lab.
There was a lawyer there, said he'd gotten you signed up. Is that true?
That it brought bad luck? Christ. It sounds like you're looking for a witch doctor, not a lawyer.
Dr. Robeson: The mind is kind. Mary: You are so lucky. Sam: Don't even try to remember.
Then get 'em, 'cause as we sit here chatting, there are important papers flying rampant around my apartment 'cause I don't have anything to hold 'em down with.
The naches I'm feeling right now. Because your dad was like mishpoche to me.
That's the way you have to think of it, Nicole, as people doing their jobs.
There's no good guys or bad guys. There's just their side and our side.
That's why we must begin our investigation quickly, before the evidence disappears.
Jerry: This is a live television show. We don't want people to reach for their remotes here. I think this is a very... Mark: Well, it's public television. I don't think... Alan: They don't have remotes. Mark: Yeah.
Stevens: That's what i'm doing out here. Billy: Listen. I know Risa and Wendell Walker. They wouldn't hire a goddamn lawyer.
The Ottos, they wouldn't deal with you. We're not country bumpkins you can put the big city hustle on.
That's my daughter or it may be the police to tell me they've found her dead.
Through our ceremonies and our rituals we have witnessed firsthand the awesome and vibratory power of color.
They're dead to us. They're killing each other in the streets.
They wander, comatose, shopping malls.
This is not an occult science. This is not one of those crazy systems of divination and astrology. That stuff's hooey and you gotta have a screw loose to go in for that sort of thing.
There's a deception here. The audience, they're expecting to see a man who no longer exists.
Stevens: That's not news, Zoe. Zoe: No, but this is. They wouldn't take my blood.
Stevens: That's what he said, is it? Dolores: Yeah. Abbott understands these things.
The Hamiltons. The Prescotts.
The teenage boys and girls from Bartlett Hill Road. Pete.
That's reality. We can't just turn this off because you happen to think it's a bad idea.
Turns out that's not so easy, 'cause you've gone and got yourself this lawyer.
That's not going to happen, Billy. Now, Mitch Stevens' case is small compared to some of these guys.
There's people pointing fingers and making side deals. Dickering over percentages.
Sam: That's not enough for the hospital bills for Nicole. Billy: Well, I'll help you pay for Nicole if that's what you're really talking about.
Nicole: The speedometer was large and easy to read from where I was. Schwartz: You saw the speedometer? Nicole: Yes.
Schwartz: There wasn't time? Nicole: No. Because the bus went off the road and crashed.
Those lips from which he drew his tune were frozen as a winter moon.
Allison: Tell Zoe I say hi. Stevens: I will. Allison: I hope she gets better.
Dolores, me, the children who survived, the children who didn't.
That we're all citizens of a different town, now.
Sam: This looks strangely familiar. Frodo: It's because we've been here before.
The thieves. The thieves. The filthy little thieves.
This is Sting. You've seen it before, haven't you, Gollum?
There's no promise you can make that I can trust.
Frodo: The Ring is treacherous. It will hold you to your word. Gollum: Yes, on the precious.
They've picked up our trail. Let's move!
Their pace has quickened. They must have caught our scent. Hurry!
Three days and nights pursuit. No food. No rest.
There's something strange at work here. Some evil gives speed to these creatures.
Legalos: They are taking the Hobbits to Isengard. Aragorn: Saruman.
To stand against the might of Sauron and Saruman and the union of the two towers?
Together, my Lord Sauron, we shall rule this Middle-Earth.
The Old World will burn in the fires of industry.
The forests will fall. A new order will rise.
The Horse-Men took your lands. They drove your people into the hills to scratch a living off rocks.
Take back the lands they stole from you. Burn every village!
Too long have you watched my sister. Too long have you haunted her steps.
They've run as if the very whips of their masters were behind them.
Trees that could whisper, talk to each other, even move.
They are not for eating.
The White Wizard is cunning. He walks here and there, they say, as an old man hooded and cloaked.
The Uruks are destroyed. We slaughtered them during the night.
Their hands were bound.
They ran over here. They were followed.
Tracks lead away from the battle... into Fangorn Forest.
Tree? I am no tree! I am an Ent.
Treebeard: Treebeard, some call me. Pippin: And whose side are you on?
They come with fire. They come with axes.
The White Wizard will know.
There are dead things! Dead faces in the water.
This way. Don't follow the lights.
They are calling for it. They are calling for the precious.
Aragorn: These are strange tracks. Gimli: The air is so close in here.
This forest is old. Very old.
Legolas: The trees are speaking to each other. Aragorn: Gimli! Lower your ax.
The White Wizard approaches.
They met someone they did not expect. Does that comfort you?
Through fire... and water.
That was what they used to call me. Gandalf the Grey.
Gandalf: That was my name. Gimli: Gandalf.
That is one of the Mearas, unless my eyes are cheated by some spell.
The trees have grown wild and dangerous. Anger festers in their hearts.
They will harm you if they can. There are too few of us now.
That's it, then. We can't get past that.
They catch you! They catch you! Don't take it to him.
There's another way. More secret. A dark way.
The walls of your bower closing in about you. A hutch to trammel some wild thing in.
The courtesy of your hall is somewhat lessened of late, Theoden King.
Theoden, son of Thengel, too long have you sat in the Shadows.