I will not apologize for who I am.

Frank T.J. Mackey

Ray Kinsella: By the time I was ten, playing baseball got to be like eating vegetables or taking out the garbage. So when I was 14, I started to refuse. Could you believe that? An American boy refusing to play catch with his father.
Terence Mann: Why 14?
Ray Kinsella: That's when I read "The Boat Rocker" by Terence Mann.
Terence Mann: [rolling his eyes] Oh, God.
Ray Kinsella: Never played catch with him again.
Terence Mann: You see? That's the sort of crap people are always trying to lay on me. It's not my fault you wouldn't play catch with your father.

I ain't carryin' no books. Where's the pillows?

Billy Chapel

There is no Briony.

Briony (18 years old)

Now isn't this better than sitting at a table? A girl hasn't got but two sides to her at the table.


Jack: How'd you like to come for a ride with me sometime?
Bertha: I know who you are.
Jack: Oh yeah, who's that?
Bertha: One of them Bondurant boys, my daddy says you boys are the worst thing ever to hit Franklin.
Jack: Tell your daddy I said hi.

You are not in Kansas anymore. You are on Pandora, ladies and gentleman.

Col. Quaritch

My name is Robert. And my wife, Barbara and I are here to support our daughter Caroline. And we're here to listen.

Robert Wakefield

Bring... bring it home? All right, let's bring it home. If you was hit by a truck and you was lying out there in that gutter dying, and you had time to sing *one* song. Huh? One song that people would remember before you're dirt. One song that would let God know how you felt about your time here on Earth. One song that would sum you up. You tellin' me that's the song you'd sing? That same Jimmy Davis tune we hear on the radio all day, about your peace within, and how it's real, and how you're gonna shout it? Or... would you sing somethin' different. Somethin' real. Somethin' *you* felt. Cause I'm telling you right now, that's the kind of song people want to hear. That's the kind of song that truly saves people. It ain't got nothin to do with believin' in God, Mr. Cash. It has to do with believin' in yourself.

Sam Phillips

[narrarating] Me? Thats why The Bosses sent me out here. They wanted me to make sure none of the other crews robbed the joint. Like these two fuckin' balloon heads over here. They were gonna try to bang us outta two hundred fuckin' grand? Yeah, right, I'm sure.

Nicky Santoro

You've spun your last web, Spider-Man.

Green Goblin

Dan: I want Anna back.
Larry: She's made her choice.
Dan: I owe you an apology. I fell in love with her. My intention was not to make you suffer.
Larry: So where's the apology? You cunt.
Dan: I apologize. If you love her you'll let her go, so she can be happy.
Larry: She doesn't want to be happy.
Dan: Everybody wants to be happy.
Larry: Depressives don't. They want to be unhappy to confirm they're depressed. If they were happy they couldn't be depressed anymore. They'd have to go out into the world and live. Which can be depressing.

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