Don't you know where you live, Marty? Can't you smell the bananas? You know what country you live in? You live in Guatamala with color television.
By: Burt Reynolds
Characters: Lt. Phil Gaines
From: Hustle (1975)
Genres: Crime | Drama | Mystery
Burt Reynolds (as Lt. Phil Gaines) says to a father who's just shot and killed the man he believed was responsible for his daughter's death. Reynolds feels empathy for the father, a regular "Joe" who has killed a powerful and corrupt figure and could now be facing life in prison.
Eddie Albert: That girl's father, was he anybody?
Burt Reynolds: No Leo. He's just one of those middle-class Americans who thinks you can get 40,000 miles out of a new set of tires.
By: Burt Reynolds | Eddie Albert
Characters: Leo Sellers | Lt. Phil Gaines
From: Hustle (1975)
Genres: Crime | Drama | Mystery
Eddie Albert (as Leo Sellers) asks Burt Reynolds (as Lt. Phil Gaines) - who's investigating the suicide of a teenage girl that was involved in pornography - whether the victim's father was someone Albert should be worried about. Albert made a porn film with the girl prior to her death and may be a suspect in Reynolds' eyes.
I'll rip out your eyes and piss on your brain!
By: Paul Gleason
Characters: Clarence Beeks
From: Trading Places
Genres: Comedy | Cult Cinema
Paul Gleason (as Clarence Beeks) says to two train baggage handlers, played by Senator Al Franken and Tom Davis, after they walk in on him just as Gleason is about to kill Dan Aykroyd ( as Louis Winthorpe III), Eddie Murphy (as Billy Ray Valentine), and Jamie Lee Curtis (as Ophelia). Gleason has figured out they are attempting to steal a top secret crop report from him before he can hand it over to Ralph Bellamy and Don Ameche (as Randolph & Mortimer Duke), so they can corner the stock market.
Do you mind if my friend sits this one out? She's just dead.
By: Sean Connery
Characters: James Bond
Genres: Action | Adventure | Sequels | Spy Films | Thrillers
Sean Connery's Bond says the memorable line to a couple sitting near the dance floor of an outdoor club, after evil assassin Luciana Paluzzi (as Fiona Volpe) accidentally takes a gunshot to the back from one of her own henchman, while dancing with 007.
There is nothing more beautiful in all the arts than something that appears simple. And if you try to do any goddamn thing in your life, you know how impossible it is to achieve that effortless simplicity.
By: Daniel Day-Lewis
Daniel Day-Lewis said during an interview that touched on his preparation for what may be his last acting role. As part of his preparation to play the couturier Reynolds Woodcock in Paul Thomas Anderson’s film Phantom Thread, Day-Lewis re-created a Balenciaga dress. The actor has since announced his retirement from acting.
I’m one of the league leaders in points in the paint... At this point, it’s like they’re trying to turn me into a jump shooter. I can’t be a jump shooter. I’m not a jump shooter... I watch games every single night, and I see jump shooters going (to) the line multiple, double-digit times every night. I’m not a jump shooter, and I get fouled just like everybody else. Going to the line one time, three times, four times, that’s not what it’s about.
By: LeBron James
LeBron James talks about his skill at driving to the paint, after being ejected from his first NBA game ever, over arguing a non-call.
I’ve been going through my own sort of crisis if you like, of late — trying to make sense of it all. There’s a lot of contact, a lot of traffic, but very little dialogue. So people are texting each other, but actually having zero dialogue at all, or very little. They’re not saying anything. Because they’re not real conversations. ... Because there is no emotion, or very little. And if there is emotion, it’s contrived emotion.
During an AP interview, Grammy-winning singer Seal talks about how deeply concerned he is about what he calls "anti-social social media and the emotionless conversations enabled by technology".
He stepped back to observe how he and his children used social media and messaging apps — and didn’t like what he saw.
Turkish: I can't make him fight, can I?
Brick Top: You're not much good to me alive, are you, Turkish?
By: Alan Ford | Jason Statham
Characters: Brick Top | Turkish
Genres: Comedy | Crime | Cult Cinema | Drama
British gangster 'Brick Top' (Alan Ford) isn't happy after 'Turkish' (Jason Statham) let's him know of his failure to get Mickey O'Neil (Brad Pitt) to fight in a fixed boxing match.
"People ask me, 'Will the machines ever win against humanity?' I say, 'Look at people on their phones. The machines have already won.'"
By: James Cameron
Filmmaker James Cameron and Deadpool director Tim Miller talked with The Hollywood Reporter for the first time about how they will reboot a storied but troubled Terminator franchise for the new era of Amazon drones and A.I. (artificial intelligence) anxiety.
You drop a pebble in a pond, you get ripples... Soon the ripples cross the whole pond.
By: Jason Scott Lee
Characters: Bruce Lee
From: Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story
Genres: Action | Adventure | Biography | Martial Arts | Mystery
Jason Scott Lee (as Bruce Lee) says to Lauren Holly (as Linda Lee Cadwell) after surprising her with a bike ride to a studio he had just leased in order to open his first 'Bruce Lee Gung Fu Institute.'
It's not possible to have a sense of tragedy...without having a sense of humor.
By: Colman Domingo
Characters: Victor Strand
From: Fear the Walking Dead
Genres: Action | Adventure | Cult Television | Drama | Exploitation | Science Fiction | Television | Thrillers | Zombie Films
Colman Domingo (as Victor Strand) says on Episode 11 of Season 3, to Michael Greyeyes (as Qaletqa Walker) during a mission to get water for their camp. Greyeyes wonders why Domingo is laughing, as Greyeyes' fear of not completing the mission grows.
Ain't nothing like a little fear to crush paper men.
By: Stuart Hughes
Characters: Officer Bowers
Genres: Horror | Remakes | Suspense | Thrillers
Stuart Hughes (as Officer Bowers) says this as he shoots randomly at the feet of his son Henry (played by Nicholas Hamilton) and his group of bully friends, as they terrorize a cat, in a scene from Stephen King's It. Henry later stabs his father in the neck, killing him.