[narrating] This is a story about a man named Harold Crick and his wristwatch.Karen Eiffel
Josephine: Oh, so this is a tall tale?
Senior Ed Bloom: Well, it's not a short one.
Any choice is better than Spain!Queen Marie
Rayette: I'm not.
Bobby: You're just gonna sit here?
Bobby: Okay. I hope no one hits on you.
Rayette: I hope they do.
Young Doc: Nice talking to you. Maybe we can bump into each other sometime again in the future.
Older Doc: Or in the past.
Britt Reid: Think about this, Kato. We've been completely wasting our potential. This city needs our help. We could be heroes! We will *pose* as villains to get close to the bad guys. That way, no one will suspect we're really the good guys. Will you come with me on this adventure?
Britt Reid: Yes!
Nelson Mandela: How long before the World Cup?
Jim Fleming: Don't get your hopes up. We're a damn disgrace!
[Lisa wants to be part of Jeff's globe-trotting life of adventure] You don't sleep much, you bathe even less and you'd have to eat things that you wouldn't want to look at while they were alive.Jeff
[speaking to Lara of Pasha] He's a very fine young man. That's obvious.Komarovski
Max Reede: Is wrestling real?
Fletcher: In the Olympics, yes. On channel 23, no.
General Murray: [on the Arab Revolt] It's a storm in a tea cup, Mr. Dryden - a sideshow. If you want my own opinion, this whole theater of operations is a sideshow! The real war's not being fought against the Turks, but the Germans. And not here, but on the Western front in the trenches! Your Bedouin Army - or whatever it calls itself - would be a sideshow OF a sideshow! Mr. Dryden: Big things have small beginnings, sir. General Murray: Does the Arab Bureau want a "big thing" in Arabia? If we get them to rise against the Turks, does the Bureau think they'll sit down quietly under us when this war's over? Mr. Dryden: The Arab Bureau thinks the job of the moment, sir, is to win the war. General Murray: Don't tell me my duty, Mr. Dryden!
"I don't want anymore trouble, do you?"Colonel Nelec