Cassia: You could ride before you were a gladiator?
Milo: I could ride before I could walk.

Milo: This isn't a battle. This is a massacre.
Atticus: How do you know?
Milo: Because I was there.

Corvus: What exactly is that slave to you?
Cassia: Everything that you are not.

For those of us about to die, we salute you. I die a free man!

Atticus

Milo: You trust them to keep their word?
Atticus: I trust the law.

You're brave, I'll give you that, but no savage can ever be a match for a Roman.

Proculus

Cassia: If you ride, you have a chance at freedom.
Milo: But at what cost to you?

Senator, you have mistaken me for the kind of woman who drapes herself across your lap in Rome.

Cassia

You are right, brother. Everything they promised - nothing but lies.

Atticus

Is this the end of the world? Why would the gods let this happen?

Cassia

Augustus Waters: What's your story?
Hazel Grace Lancaster: I was diagnosed when I was 13...
Augustus Waters: No no no, Your real story.
Hazel Grace Lancaster: I am quite unextraordinary.
Augustus Waters: I reject that.

Hazel Grace Lancaster: Really? That's disgusting!
Augustus Waters: What?
Hazel Grace Lancaster: What? Do you think that is cool? Or something? You just ruined the whole thing.
Augustus Waters: The whole thing?
Hazel Grace Lancaster: Yes, this whole thing.
Hazel Grace Lancaster: Even thou you have freaking cancer, you are willing to give money to corporation for a chance to acquire even more cancer? Let me just assure you that not being able to breathe? SUCKS. Totally disappointing. Totally.
Augustus Waters: They don't kill you unless you light them. And I've never lit one. It's a metaphor, see

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