Rabbit: See, a lot of drug dealers use stickers to mark their products. Like a brand name.
Farva: See? Where'd you learn that, Cheech? Drug school?
Captain O'Hagan: Shut up, Farva.
Captain O'Hagan: Did that bag you pulled off these college kids have that sticker?
Rabbit: Uummm... [looks at a bag he hid in his pocket] I don't believe it did.
Never again will I allow political self-interest to deter us from doing what we know to be morally right. Atrocity and terror are not political weapons. And to those who would use them, your day is over. We will never negotiate. We will no longer tolerate and we will no longer be afraid. It's your turn to be afraid.President James Marshall
Ben Gates: [underground in the Hall of Records in Mt. Rushmore] Riley, what do see?
Riley Poole: [balancing on the giant over turned engraved slab, looking down at an open grave] Death and despair! Mostly death. I mean a little despair, last few seconds. But than a hard sudden death.
I'm consciousness. I'm alive. I'm Chappie.Chappie
Neo: One way or another, I'm getting on this train.
Trainman: You don't get it. I built this place. Down here I make the rules. Down here *I* make the threats.
[the Trainman punches Neo, sending him flying back into the wall]
Trainman: Down here... I'm God.
I want a serious girlfriend. Somebody I can love, that's gonna love me back. Is that psycho?Jake
Woman: You wanna buy bullets with food stamps?
Mr. Smith: It's as good as cash.
Lester Bangs: You like Lou Reed?
William Miller: The early stuff. In his new stuff he's trying to be Bowie, but he should just be himself.
You think you can catch Keyser Soze? You think a guy like that comes this close to getting caught, and sticks his head out? If he comes up for anything it'll be to get rid of me. After that... my guess is you'll never hear from him again.Verbal
This reminds me of the time I attempted to reach the center of the earth. I'd be reading my favorite author, Jules Verne. I spent weeks preparing for the expedition, I didn't even get this far. Of course, I was only 12 at the time. It was the writings of Jules Verne that had a profound effect on my life. I was 11 when I first read 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. That's when I realized that I must devote my life into science.Young Doc
Donna McLoughlin: You can't leave yet, the kitchen isn't even finished yet.
John McLoughlin: Will you forget about the kitchen for a minute. I'm kinda stuck here.
Donna McLoughlin: Well get unstuck John.
Dr. Jean Grey: Why do you need us?
Magneto: Mystique has discovered plans of a base that Stryker's been operating out of for decades. Only we don't know where it is. We thought one of you might.
Wolverine: The professor already tried.
Magneto: [sighs] Once again, you think it's all about you.