John McClane: You would have made a pretty good cowboy yourself, Hans.
Hans Gruber: What was it you said to me earlier? "Yippie-kay-ya, motherfucker."

Daredevil: Hey, that light? At the end of the tunnel? Guess what? That's not heaven...
Jose Quesada: I'll kill you! I'll kill you!
Daredevil: That's the C train!

The fire has been called off my friend. So you might as well come out and join the others. I promise I won't hurt you.

Tony

Drycoff: What's up?
Det. Roland Castlebeck: What's the story with that HumVee?
Drycoff: Gone.
Det. Roland Castlebeck: Cadillac?
Drycoff: Same. Where we goin'?
Det. Roland Castlebeck: The only '67 Shelby in the area is registered at a place called the International Towers in Long Beach.
Drycoff: Let's go to Long Beach.

Is there anyone here who speaks English? Or maybe even ancient Greek?

Marcus Brody

Kingpin: And how did you get past my security?
Bullseye: Oh, you mean that guy?
[points to dead man with pencils in his Adam's apple on floor]
Kingpin: Was that really necessary?
Bullseye: Necessary? No, it was fun.

It's okay, Eleanor. It can be fixed.

Memphis

Matt Murdock: Her name's Elektra Natchios.
Franklin 'Foggy' Nelson: Well, she sounds like a Mexican appetizer.
Matt Murdock: It's Greek, genius. Her father's Nikolas Natchios.
Franklin 'Foggy' Nelson: The billionaire?
Matt Murdock: Yeah, see? The billionaire.
Franklin 'Foggy' Nelson: Well, then as your attorney in this matter I advise you to marry the woman immediately.

Matt Murdock: Do you do this to every guy who asks for your name?
Elektra: You should try asking for my number.

Elektra: You sure you're blind?
Matt Murdock: You sure you don't want to tell me your name?

Kip: Uh, I'm not like my brother. You know, I don't just abandon my friends.
Atley Jackson: Oh, man, I oughtta smack you silly, boy.
Kip: Well, go on then. Straighten it out.
Atley Jackson: Your mother told him to go. She knew that if Memphis stayed, you were gonna walk his line. You were gonna join his crew. But she told him to pick up and go. And he did, thinking it was best for you. He left all of us, for you. I guess it wasn't that big a deal for him though, really. Wasn't that big a sacrifice leaving everything he'd ever known behind. Than six years later, ain't life grand? You became a car boost anyway. How 'bout that?

That car belonged to my brother-in-law.

Sallah

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