[to Dwight] Here we are pal. All of sudden this doesn't look like the brightest idea you ever had, huh?


[siren to signal the end of the Purge] Now get the hell out of my house.

Mary Sandin

Jennifer Gaines: Are we going to move again?
Sharon Gaines: No, honey.
Coach Gary Gaines: Possibly.

It is quite understandable; it's a very natural reaction. But one day - in a week, a month, a year - on that day when, God willing, we all return to our homes again, you're going to feel very proud of what you have achieved here in the face of great adversity. What you have done should be, and I think will be, an example to all our countrymen, soldier and civilian alike. You have survived with honor - that, and more - here in the wilderness. You have turned defeat into victory. I congratulate you. Well done.

Colonel Nicholson

Nash: This is a group playing touch football. This is a flock of pigeons fighting over bread crumbs. And this is a woman chasing a man who stole her purse.
Charles: John, you watched a mugging. That's weird.

Jenna: Right now, I feel safer with him than I do with you.
Trent: You just dug your own grave, bitch.

I'm done playing with this one. You want to play with me now?

Little Girl Vampire

Hey, look who's here. Two of my favorite people, and Phil.

Buck Weston

I've been thinking about my life lately, and everything feels pretty planned out. There's no more surprises.


By condemning without hesitation an old friend, I shall be feared.


I've just picked up a fault in the AE35 unit. It's going to go 100% failure in 72 hours.


[On radio] Your husband's all right, Mrs. Brody. He's fishing. He's just caught a couple of stripers. We'll bring 'em in for dinner. We won't be long, we haven't seen anything yet. Over and out.


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