Magneto: Why not come out where I can see you, Charles?
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: What do you want her for?
Magneto: Can't you read my mind? What now? Save the girl? You'll have to kill me, Charles. And what will that accomplish? Let them pass that law and they'll have you in chains with a number burned into your forehead.
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: It won't be that way.
Magneto: Then kill me and find out. Then release me. Fine!

Toad has a wicked tongue, Senator. Just like you.

Magneto

Dr. Jean Grey: I saw Senator Kelly.
Magneto: So, the senator survived the fall, and the swim to shore. He's become more powerful than I imagined.
Dr. Jean Grey: He's dead. Just like all those people out there will be.
Storm: It's true. I watched him die.
Magneto: Are you sure you saw what you saw?

Mankind is not evil, just... uninformed.

Prof. Charles Francis Xavier

Mutants are not the ones mankind should fear.

Dr. Jean Grey

Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: I'm Charles Xavier. Would you like some breakfast?
Logan: Where am I?
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: Westchester, New York. My people brought you here for medical attention.
Logan: I don't need medical attention.
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: Yes, of course.

Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: You can stay here. We can protect you from Magneto.
Wolverine: What's a Magneto?

Senator Kelly: What the hell have you done to me?
Magneto: Senator, this is pointless. Who would take you in now that you're one of us?

Rogue: [tracing the passage along a map] Niagra Falls... up the Canadian Rockies, and then... it's only a few hundred miles to Anchorage.
Rogue's Boyfriend: Won't it be kinda cold?
Rogue: Well, that's the point, stupid, otherwise it wouldn't be an adventure!

Wolverine: Jean...
Dr. Jean Grey: Scott, when I tell you, open your eyes.
Cyclops: No!
Dr. Jean Grey: Trust me.
[Wolverine takes out Cyclops' visor]
Wolverine: You drop something?

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X-Men Quotes

Wolverine: Magneto's right: there is a war coming. Are you sure you're on the right side?
Storm: At least I've chosen a side.

Are you a God-fearing man, Senator? That is such a strange phrase. I've always thought of God as a teacher; a bringer of light, wisdom, and understanding. You see, I think what you really fear is me. Me and my kind. The Brotherhood of Mutants. Oh, it's not so surprising really. Mankind has always feared what it doesn't understand. Well, don't fear God, Senator, and certainly don't fear me. Not any more.

Magneto