Movie Quotes about Life


Movies are a great way to learn. From other people’s cultures to history, there’s no end to what you can learn.

For every movie that made the box office, there’s a team of talented writers and actors. These people made your favorite movie a piece of wonder.

While most people focus on the action, there’s a gold mine most people neglect — quotes.

This post will show you some of the best 25 quotes from movies that’ll help you on life’s journey.

1. “The hardest choices require the strongest wills.”  —  Thanos, Avengers Infinity War


Whether you hate Thanos or not, this quote is very true. Whatever life decision, you decide to make, you need extreme guts to choose a path that affects you most. This is true of a career, choosing a life partner or changing your jobs.

2. “Eitri, this isn’t about your hands. every weapon you’ve ever designed, every ax, hammer, sword. It’s all inside your head.”  —  Thor, Avengers Infinity War

When Thanos decimated the land of the dwarfs, the dwarf king complained that he could not make a new weapon for Thor due to Thanos cutting off his hands.

Thor’s words here are not only for Eitri but for us as well. Your mind is the first tool you should beckon on. You might say “If I have X, I’ll do Y”. However, most times X comes and we don’t do Y because we have not won the battle in our mind.

3. “Pride is not the opposite of shame, but its source.”  —  Iroh, Episode 09, Season 2, The Last Airbender

The feeling of shame comes because of our unmet expectations. If we see beyond the pride, and that we’re merely humans who can fail, we will start overcoming the feeling of shame.

4. “Remember, they love money so pretend like you won a gold mine and you’re in the club.”  —  Molly Brown

Behaving as if you are successful already can be a catalyst for success. Many books and studies have shown this.

5. “It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.”  —  Albus Dumbledore (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone)

Friends can be disastrous, even more than enemies. You know your enemies put you on your foot, but your friends can make you feel comfortable. You need a good deal of guts and judgments when dealing with your friends, hence you might be heading on to the gallows.

6. “So do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.”  —  Gandalf, The Lord of the Ring (The Fellowship of the Ring)

You can’t slow down and fast forward time. You can’t even decide what time to live, you only found yourself here at this present time. Wisdom means you have to use the time wisely as time lost can’t be recovered. You can’t do that with physical possessions.

7. The Empire Strikes Back


8. “Nobody is gonna hit as hard as life, but it ain’t how hard you can hit. It’s how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. It’s how much you can take, and keep moving forward. That’s how winning is done”.  —  Rocky Balboa, Rocky Balboa

9. “Great men are not born great, they grow great.”  —  Mario Puzzo, The Godfather

First, this quote applies to everyone whether you’re a man or a woman. You become great by being great. You show greatness. If greatness is about being born with it, the powerful men today would have been people born into power or wealth. However, the most powerful people in the world are not born into monarchy, power or wealth. You have to work hard to become great, there’s no shortcut.

10. “No one ever made a difference by being like everybody else.”  —  PT Barnum, The Greatest Showman

PT Barnum despite not pedigree. No background. He was able to make something out of his life, becoming the greatest showman of recent history. Although he never said this in real life, his life was full of surprises. This helped him better than his talent. Steve Jobs summarized it in “Think Different”, the Apple slogan.

11. “There’s no place like home.”  —  Glinda, The Wizard of Oz

This quote is one of the reasons, the Wizard of Oz has remained a fan favorite. No matter what we do, we’ll still go back to our various homes at the end of the day. No matter the reason for our leaving home, we should not forget that we’ll always come back home. It is wisdom for us to keep our home calm in all aspects so we’ll be comfortable when we return.

12. “Love cannot be found where it doesn’t exist, nor can it be hidden where it truly does.” — David Schwimmer, Kissing a Fool

You simply can’t force love. It’s unrealistic to think you can make someone love you. It happens, but that’s not frequent. Someone who loves you will show it and appreciate it.

13. “Don’t let anyone ever make you feel like you don’t deserve what you want”  —  Patrick Verona, 10 Things I Hate About You

Most people live an unproductive life because people talked them out of it. Don’t allow anyone to do that to you. You know what you want, go get it.

14. “You got a dream… you gotta protect it. People can’t do something themselves, they wanna tell you you cannot do it. If you want something, goes get it.”  —  Christopher Gardner, The Pursuit of Happyness

You can only be happy if you follow your dream. The worst regret is when you’re on your death bed thinking of things you should have done. You hardly regret what you did.

15. “What we do in life echoes in eternity”  —  Maximus, Gladiator

What we do in life echoes in eternity

If you want to be remembered for anything, you should make reasonable choices.

16. The past can hurt. —  Rafiki, The Lion King

The past can hurt - The Lion King

This is one of the amazing scenes of Lion King. Wise people learn from their past. It’s only foolish people that don’t learn from their past.

17. Choices Matter

Choices Matter

18. “The truth. It is a beautiful and terrible thing, and should be treated with great caution.”  —  Albus Dumbledore (Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone)

Not everyone wants to hear the truth. That doesn’t mean you should tell them lies instead. Rather, be careful. Learn how to be diplomatic with the truth, hence you will make enemies for yourself. You won’t like that.

19. “Our lives are defined by the opportunities, even the ones we miss”  —  Benjamin Button, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

20. “You have to get lost before you find yourself.”  —  Margo Roth Spiegelman, Paper Towns

Since none of us came with a map, it’s logical that we’ll get lost. However, make sure you find yourself.

21. Shrek

Shrek Trust who you are.

22. “Never be in a hurry. You’ll miss the best part in life.”  —  Marlene Dietrich, Around the World in Eighty Days

23. “In this life, you don’t have to prove nothin’ to nobody but yourself.”  —  Fortune, Rudy

24. “We never lose our demons, Mardo. We only learn to live above them.”  —  The Ancient One, Doctor Strange

We’re humans and are not perfect. We’ll continue to make mistakes or behave wildly. What we can do, however, is to better ourselves daily. Reading, meditation, and socializing are some of the ways of bettering ourselves.

25. “I never look, darling. It distracts me from the now.”  —  Edna Mode, The Incredibles

Focusing on the moment is what leads to a great life. Stop looking back to the past. Never get fixated on the future, you will end up missing the amazing things happening around you.

Joker (2019) New Best Image Quotes and Movie Trailer

It is very hard for an actor to be believed as Joker as Heath Ledger, we saw what comes after him not good like him like the joker of Suicide Squad. but this time it is not the Joker of Batman Movies.

He is a normal man, be became a victim of Society, Failed comedian Arthur Fleck encounters violent thugs while wandering the streets of Gotham City dressed as a clown. Disregarded by society, Fleck begins a slow descent into madness as he transforms into the criminal mastermind known as The Joker.

Joker Arthur Fleck I used to think that my life was a tragedy, but now I realize, it's a comedy.


 Fleck: Is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there?


Arthur Fleck: My mother always tells me to smile and put on a happy face. She told me I had a purpose: to bring laughter and joy to the world.


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Joker Arthur Fleck best quotes.
Joker Arthur Fleck best quotes.


Joker Arthur Fleck best quotes.


The movie is predicted to be the highest rating in IMDB. the movie will never be Success without the great actor Arthur Fleck
  • Director: Todd Phillips
  • Writers: Todd Phillips (screenplay), Scott Silver (screenplay)
  • Stars: Robert De Niro, Joaquin Phoenix, Marc Maron

Best Quotes of Joker (2019)

Arthur Fleck: I used to think that my life was a tragedy, but now I realize, it’s a comedy.

Arthur Fleck: Is it just me, or is it getting crazier out there?

Arthur Fleck: My mother always tells me to smile and put on a happy face. She told me I had a purpose: to bring laughter and joy to the world.


Arthur Fleck: Better the blind man who pisses out the window than the joker who told him it was a urinal. Know who the joker is? It’s everybody.

Arthur Fleck: You don’t listen, do you? You just ask the same questions every week. “How’s your job?” “Are you having any negative thoughts?” All I have are negative thoughts.

Arthur Fleck: [written in notebook] The worst part of having a mental illness is people expect you to behave as if you don’t.

Thomas Wayne: Gotham’s lost its way. What kind of coward would do something that cold-blooded? Someone who hides behind a mask.

One more thing
Arthur Fleck: Murray, one more thing?
Murray Franklin: Yeah?
Arthur Fleck: When you bring me out, could you introduce me as Joker?


People are starting to notice
Arthur Fleck: Throughout my whole life, I didn’t know if I really existed. But I do, and people are starting to notice.

The worst thing about mental illness

Arthur Fleck: [written in notebook] The worst part of having a mental illness is people expect you to behave as if you don’t.

Arthur Fleck: You don’t listen, do you? You just ask the same questions every week. “How’s you job?” “Are you having any negative thoughts?” All I have are negative thoughts.

How about another joke,Murray

Arthur Fleck: How about another joke, Murray?

Murray Franklin: No, I think we’ve had enough of your jokes.

Arthur Fleck: What do you get…

Murray Franklin: I don’t think so.

Arthur Fleck: …when you cross…

Murray Franklin: I think we’re done here now, thank you.

Arthur Fleck: …a mentally ill loner with a society that abandons him and treats him like trash?

Murray Franklin: Call the police, Gene, call the police.

Arthur Fleck: I’ll tell you what you get! You get what you fuckin’ deserve!

[Joker shoots Murray in the head, killing him instantly]

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Social Worker: Is something funny?

Arthur Fleck: I just thought of a funny joke!

Social Worker: Do you mind telling it?

Arthur Fleck: …You wouldn’t get it.

Arthur Fleck: I used to think that my life was a tragedy, but now I realize, it’s a comedy.

Murray Franklin: I’m waiting for the punchline.

Arthur Fleck: There is no punchline.

Arthur Fleck: I had a bad day.

Gotham’s lost its way

Thomas Wayne: Gotham’s lost its way. What kind of coward would do something that cold-blooded? Someone who hides behind a mask.


Arthur Fleck: Everybody’s telling me my stand-ups, are ready for the big clubs.

Arthur Fleck: I know it seems strange, I don’t mean to make you uncomfortable, I don’t know why everyone is so rude, I don’t know why you are; I don’t want anything from you. Maybe a little warmth, maybe a hug dad, maybe a bit of common decency!

I hope my death makes more cents than my life

Arthur Fleck: [In Arthur’s notebook] I hope my death makes more cents than my life.

I hope my death makes more cents than my life


Arthur Fleck: Have you seen what it’s like out there, Murray? Do you ever actually leave the studio? Everybody just yells and screams at each other. Nobody’s civil anymore. Nobody thinks what it’s like to be the other guy. You think men like Thomas Wayne ever think what it’s like to be someone like me? To be somebody but themselves? They don’t. They think that we’ll just sit there and take it, like good little boys! That we won’t werewolf and go wild!


Arthur Fleck: Please, I don’t support that language, just don’t… DON’T!


Social Worker: They don’t give a shit about people like you, Arthur. And they don’t give a shit about people like me either.

Arthur Fleck: You get what you fu**ing deserve!


Arthur Fleck: [In Arthur’s Jokebook] I just hope my death make more cents than my life.


Arthur Fleck: I killed those guys because they were awful. Everybody is awful these days. It’s enough to make anyone crazy.


Arthur Fleck: [from trailer] You know I do stand-up comedy, you should come to see a show sometime.

Sophie Dumond: I could do that.

Murray Franklin: [from trailer] All that sacrifice, she must love you very much.

Arthur Fleck: [from trailer] I feel like I know you… I’ve been watching you forever.

Murray Franklin: Well there’s something special about you Arthur I could tell.

Arthur Fleck: But you don’t listen. I’m just trying to make me smile.

Thomas Wayne: [after punching Arthur] Touch my son again and I’ll fuc**ing kill you!


Sophie Dumond: [from trailer] You’re so funny, Arthur.

Thomas Wayne: [as Arthur is laughing at him] Is this a joke to you?

[punches Arthur in the face]

Sophie Dumond: Were you following me today?

Arthur Fleck: Uh, yeah.

Sophie Dumond: I thought that was you. I was hoping you’d come in and rob the place.

Arthur Fleck: Um, I have a gun… Can I can come by tomorrow?

Sophie Dumond: Chuckles… You’re so funny, Arthur.

[Arthur is making a little kid laugh on the bus]

Boy’s Mother: Would you please stop bothering my kid?

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Murder Over New York (1940)

Charlie Chan: Desire to live still the strongest instinct in Man.

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On a New York City-bound plane, Charlie Chan greets a friend, Inspector Hugh Drake, military intelligence, formerly with Scotland Yard, who shows Chan a newspaper headline referring to aircraft sabotage. He details to Charlie the sabotage was directed to the British colonies and now to the United States, by a certain individual named Paul Narvo, heading the ring of saboteurs and his Hindu servant named Ramallah.

The man has eluded him to date. The inspector has also been tracking the suspect’s wife around the globe, believing now, she is in New York. He divulges to Chan, he has the man’s fingerprints and photograph, and the same of his wife in his briefcase.

Starred by Sidney Toler, Marjorie Weaver, Robert Lowery 

Best Quotes of Watch Murder Over New York

Charlie Chan: [to Drake] British tenacity with Chinese patients like a royal flush in a poker game – unbeatable.

Charlie Chan: Coincidence like an ancient egg – leave an unpleasant odor.


Charlie Chan: Number Two Son very promising detective… promise very much, produce very little.

Jimmy Chan: Say, Pop, what d’ya think about this?
Charlie Chan: Like a dog chasing his own tail – getting no place.


Jimmy Chan: Come on, Pop. Let’s get goin’!
Charlie Chan: Number Two get going to bed.
Jimmy Chan: Oh, but I’m not tired.
Charlie Chan: Fresh weed better than the wilted rose.

Charlie Chan: [to Jimmy] Will inform mother that aid from Number Two Son like interest on a mortgage – impossible to escape.


Charlie Chan: One man with a gun has more authority than the whole army without ammunition.

Jimmy Chan: I’ll never go on a case like this again without a gat.
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Hugh Drake: …it’s like finding a needle in a haystack.
Charlie Chan: Needle can be found when the correct thread located.

Insp. Vance: Looks like the kid’s right again, Charlie.
Jimmy Chan: [Excitedly] See, it’s the easiest nut I ever cracked!
Charlie Chan: Easy nut to crack often empty.

Charlie Chan: Happy situation never see the light of day if truth kept in dark.

Insp. Vance: [Exasperated at the size of the lineup] I never knew there were so many Hindus in New York!

Charlie Chan: [to Patricia] Eye easily deceived. The same leopard can hide behind different spots.

Angel and the Badman (1947) with John Wayne – Best Quotes

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Notorious gunman Quirt Evans is wounded and on the run. He arrives at a Quaker farm owned by Thomas Worth and his family where he collapses from exhaustion. Evans asks Thomas and his daughter Penelope to drive him into town in their wagon in order to send an urgent telegram. The telegram contains a land claim and is sent to the land recorder’s office. The Quaker family is ignoring the town doctor’s advice to rid themselves of the gunfighter and they compassionately tend to the delirious Evans

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Angel and the Badman (1947) best quotes and movie lines

Quirt Evans: I thought you weren’t allowed to work on Sunday.
Penelope Worth: Oh, Quirt, there’s nothing we’re not allowed to do. It’s just that we don’t believe in doing what we know is wrong.
Quirt Evans: Well, that makes it pretty much each fella’s own guess.
Penelope Worth: But each fella knows inside.
Quirt Evans: Well, there’s a lot of gents I wouldn’t want to give that much leeway to.


Quirt Evans: Funny thing about pancakes: I lose my appetite for ’em after the first couple a dozen.
Mrs. Worth: Aw, they weren’t very good this morning… too heavy.


[Quirt got Frederick Carson to release some water, and they’ve come to the Worth farm]
Quirt Evans: [to Penny] Well, it looks like your prayers straightened everything out.
Penelope Worth: So you think your gun changed Frederick Carson, hmm?
Quirt Evans: Who says I pointed a gun?
Penelope Worth: I do.
Quirt Evans: Well, I didn’t.
Penelope Worth: Then he gave in more easily than I expected. Thee remembers this, Quirt: the Lord moves in a mysterious manner at times, using strange methods and odd instruments.
Quirt Evans: Me?
Penelope Worth: [nods “yes]
Quirt Evans: Well that would be odd.


Dr. Mangrum: But of course if you’re determined to watch over him, Penny, perhaps you’d better take a pencil and paper with you. His first conscious words should be recorded. They may be of great interest to history… or more possibly to the United States Marshal! Who knows what violence is involved with his battered frame and his bullet holes.

Bradley: So that’s Quirt Evans. He’s quite a man with the gals. He’s closed the eyes of many a man… and opened the eyes of many a woman.

Penelope Worth: Surely you can walk to the barn without that.
Quirt Evans: What?
Penelope Worth: The gun!
Quirt Evans: Oh, well, it balances me. One leg’s longer than the other. You know, the weight.
Penelope Worth: Thee are a liar.


[last lines]
Bradley: [the marshal picks up Quirt’s gun] Hey, Quirt might need that!
Territorial Marshal Wistful McClintock: No. Only a man that carries a gun ever needs one.
Bradley: What are you going to do with it?
Territorial Marshal Wistful McClintock: Hang it on a wall in my office – with a new rope.

Randy McCall: Ah, you know, Quirt, I hate to shoot people. Remember I shot a Wattie once up in Montana. I dreamed about it all the next night. And then, of course, there are always witnesses. And then you got to shoot the witnesses.


Quirt Evans: He swung a wide loop in his younger days, I think.
Penelope Worth: A wide loop?
Quirt Evans: He wasn’t too careful whose calf he threw his rope at.


Quirt Evans: [reads the plaque on the wall] “Each human being has an integrity that can be hurt only by the act of that same human being and not by the act of another human being.”
Quirt Evans: Is that Quaker stuff?
Penelope Worth: Uh huh.
Quirt Evans: You mean nobody can hurt you but yourself?
Penelope Worth: That’s a Friend’s belief.
Quirt Evans: Well, supposin’ someone whacks you over the head with a branding iron? Won’t that hurt?
Penelope Worth: Physically, of course. But in reality it would injure only the person doing the act of force of violence. Only the doer can be hurt by a mean or evil act.
Quirt Evans: Are there very many of you Quakers?
Penelope Worth: Very few.
Quirt Evans: I sort of figured that.


Hondo Jeffries: Hey, why don’t we just bust in?
Laredo Stevens: Because bustin’ through doors with Quirt Evans on the other side ain’t my idea of a healthy pastime.


[Dr. Mangrum and Mrs. Worth are discussing the recuperating Quirt Evans]
Dr. Mangrum: Once, when I was studying medicine in Europe, I had a friend – an artist. He drew portraits of people and made them resemble the animals they reminded him of. He’d have drawn this man as a coiled cobra.
Mrs. Worth: Ho ho ho, Doctor, you’re analogy is terribly imperfect and your naturalism faulty. Cobras don’t coil.


Border Incident (1949)

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Workers crossing illegally into California are being waylaid and killed on their return to Mexico. Law enforcement officers from the two countries team up to infiltrate the ring involved in the smuggling.

Starred by Ricardo Montalban, George Murphy, Howard Da Silva

Jack Bearnes: How do I know you won’t double-cross me?

Owen Parkson: You don’t. It’s dealer’s choice and I’m the dealer.

Curtain Call (1940)

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A naive playwright sells her awful play, “The End of Everything,” to two Broadway producers who want to get even with an ungrateful star.

Alan Mowbry and Donald MacBride set out to find the most ghastly play imaginable to keep their temperamental star (Helen Vinson) from defecting to another producer. They hit on one by an earnest country girl, Barbara Read.

starred by Barbara Read, Alan Mowbray, Helen Vinson

Geoffrey ‘Jeff’ Crandall: [to Avery] You make love like a snail. Now don’t forget – I’ve watched you.

Two Girls and a Sailor (1944) best quotes

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A sailor helps two sisters start up a service canteen. The sailor soon becomes taken with gorgeous sister Jean, unaware that her sibling Patsy is also in love with him.

starred by Van Johnson, June Allyson, Gloria DeHaven

Two Girls and a Sailor (1944) best quotes

Jean Deyo: If you understood, Harry, you’d understand. I’m an actress; but, after all, I’m a woman too.

Harry James: You certainly are, honey.

[after hitting a high note in the song, “Inka Dinka Doo”]

Billy Kipp: That note was given to me by Bing Crosby, and was he glad to get rid of it.

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Billy Kipp: [Thinking he was washed up as a comedian] If I tried to be funny, people would only laugh at me!


Frank Miller: I’m taking over. You sing I’ll do the work.

Jean Deyo: Work? A Sergeant?


Patsy – Age 4: [to one-year-old Jean] I told you to stay out of men’s dressing rooms.


Billy Kipp: I know there are a million good lookin’ guys; but, I’m a novelty!

Jean Deyo: That’s right, pinch me. Pinch me!

Patsy Deyo: I did.

Jean Deyo: And in front of our public, too!

Patsy Deyo: I don’t like your public space.


Jean Deyo: There is such a thing as love, you know.

Patsy Deyo: Oh, yes, I know. It’s that gooey stuff you fall into and I have to get you out of at least once a week. Sometimes twice! Why, I’ve had to pinch you in Paducah, Peoria, Tacoma, Topeka, Johnstown, Jamestown, Augusta, Maine and Georgia! And if we get to New York, I’ll pinch you there too.

Jean Deyo: Don’t you dare pinch me in New York.

Patsy Deyo: Oh, yes I will. I’ll pinch you, pinch you until you meet a good man!

Jean Deyo: But, I want to meet a rich one.

Jean Deyo: It’s signed like all the others, just “Somebody.” I wonder what sort of man he is?

Patsy Deyo: I’ll tell you, dearie. He’s fat, fifty, and hopeful. Not much hair and too much stomach.

Jean Deyo: I was only trying to be a good neighbor. The least a girl can do is say no when an attractive man…

Patsy Deyo: Shhh! I’d rather listen to Harry James.


Patsy Deyo: [to multiple sailors on the street] We’re having a little shindig at my house tonight, would you like to come along?


Jean Deyo: Oh! The strong, silent type.


Jean Deyo: My mother told me there’d be moments like this, What’ll I do now? What’ll I do now? My mother told me I’d be tempted to kiss? What’ll I do now? What’ll I do now? Once you get me in your arms, You’ll have me in your clutch, Oh, not that I don’t like your charms, But, I’m liable to like ’em too much! My mother told me there’d be fellas like you, What’ll I do now? What am I gonna do now?

Patsy Deyo: Thanks for the thought, sailor, but, I’ll tell you what I tell all the boys: no.


Billy Kipp: I had a house with a spouse. And I had a kid. Just one son. What a cute little guy he was. Blue eyes – and all nose.

Billy Kipp: I went down – down and down. But, am I sorry for myself? You bet I am!

Billy Kipp: Kaboom! Just as I figured, I’m a witch.


Lina Romay: [singing] Don’t you know its more romantic when the dance is slow

Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra: Take it easy, Take it easy

Lina Romay: What’s the good of feeling high when all the lights are low

Xavier Cugat and his Orchestra: Take it easy, Take it easy…

Virginia O’Brien: [singing] I’m the gal the guys refer to as the Cuban Rave, Every man I meet would like to be my slave…

Billy Kipp: This somebody could be anybody – except me.

Marine Sergeant: Gee, you’re a swell dancer.

Canteen Dancer: Well, I get lots of practice. I do four shows a day. All the girls you see in here, in costumes, drop in between shows.

Marine Sergeant: Do you have to go get another show tonight?

Canteen Dancer: Mmm-hmm. But, I’ll be back.

Marine Sergeant: You will? I would say, you really ought to be resting. Look, why don’t you take a little nap.

Canteen Dancer: Thanks!

[puts her head on his shoulder while they’re dancing]

Gracie Allen: [to Albert Coates] Are you a musician?

José Iturbi: Why, Miss Allen, Mr. Coates has conducted the London Symphony for many years and he has appeared with the Philadelphia Orchestra, with the New York Philharmonic, and with two State Operas! Both Leningrad and Moscow.

Gracie Allen: Yes, but, has he ever played with any named bands, like Harry James or Spike Jones?


Jean Deyo: So long, sailor. Hello, soldier.


Ben Blue: Billy Kipp, you’re a great comic. What are you doing here in an office?

Billy Kipp: Why I’m an executive!

Ben Blue: I think you’re a dope.

Billy Kipp: One could be both, Mr. Blue.

Billy Kipp: The flesh is willing; but, the spirit is weak. I’m frustrated.

A Stranger in Town (1943)

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In the small town of Crown Port local attorney Bill Adams is trying to break up the ring of corrupt town officials by running for mayor. The cards seemed stacked against him when he gets help from a visiting hunter who, unknown to Adams and the rest of the town, is actually vacationing supreme court justice, John Josephus Grant.

Starred by Frank Morgan, Richard Carlson, Jean Rogers

The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952) Best Quotes

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As he lay injured at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa, writer Harry Street reflects on his life and the choices he made. He recalls his love affair with Cynthia Green who he met in Paris. They are very much in love and when they go to Africa on safari, Cynthia realizes she doesn’t share his love of the continent. She’s also pregnant and it becomes apparent to her that Harry’s lifestyle and her desire to settle down will not work.

The next woman in his life was a sculptress, Elizabeth, whom he called Countess Liz. By this time he is a quite successful writer but hasn’t completely forgotten Cynthia and tries to track her down. It leads to the end with Countess Liz. In the course of his search, he meets his current wife Helen. He’s returned to Africa to solve his life’s riddle, of whether he has taken the wrong path and if he can again find his way.

Starred by Gregory Peck, Susan Hayward, Ava Gardner

Best Quotes of The snow of Kilimanjaro

Countess Liz: Oh, I just devoured your last book!
Harry Street: [sarcastically] Well, I hope it didn’t give you a bellyache!

Uncle Bill: A man should never lose his hand at hunting.


Harry Street: Darling, there’s a war going on there.
Cynthia Green: There’s a war going on here too right at this table! There’s a dandy little war going on!

Cynthia Green: What is the matter with me, Mr. Johnson?
Johnson: Everybody isn’t required to like Africa, you know.
Cynthia Green: I try to put on a show because I know he loves it so. But all of it – the hunting, the killing – terrifies me.
Johnson: See here, this thing that he was talking about – the excitement – call it courage. The way he feels, it is a man’s feeling, natural in a man, grows in a man, and makes him a man. Not particularly to his credit if he has it but something lacking if he hasn’t. A woman shows her courage in other ways, – many ways.

Helen: Hello, Molo, you white man’s burden, you!
Molo, African Servant: [talks in an African language]
Helen: Darling, we only got the first aid book.
Harry Street: [looking at the witch doctor] What’s he going to do, sprinkle me with monkey dust?
Helen: Darling!
Harry Street: A hair from the tail of a leopard?

Johnson: Why is it everyone who comes to Africa has to write a book about it? One silly beggar even dedicated his to me! Never came back or I’d have shot him in the pants!

Harry Street: [narrating] And there was never another time like that first time in Africa.

Harry Street: [narrating] I suppose it was the elusiveness of Liz which was her main attraction. She was something to hunt down and trap and capture. Countess Elizabeth – Frigid Liz – the semi-iceberg from the semi-tropics!


Dr. Simmons: [referring to Cynthia’s miscarriage] Do you actually mean you didn’t know about the

Countess Liz: I love you as much as I can.


Cynthia Green: [of the saxophone player] Hasn’t that African got any piety at all?


After the Thin Man (1936) Best Quotes

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This is the second installment of the Thin Man series, the story picks up from where “The Thin Man” left Nick and Nora.

Arriving home after three days on the train, Nick and Nora were looking forward to spending a quiet new year with just each other. But their house was occupied by drunken friends; and Nora’s most uppity relative, the spinster Aunt Katherine, called and insisted that Nora and Nick join her New Year’s Eve family dinner. Nora did not care for her aunt but she agreed to go, mainly to visit her distraught cousin Selma Landis.

Starred by William Powell, Myrna Loy, James Stewart

 After the Thin Man (1936)  best quotes

Nick Charles: You see, when it comes to words like that, an illiterate person…
Polly Byrnes: Whaddaya mean “illiterate”? My father and mother were married right here in the city hall!
Nick Charles: [Leans toward Nora] Having a good time, Mrs. Charles?
Nora Charles: It couldn’t be better.


Nora Charles: Are you packing?
Nick Charles: Yes dear, I’m putting away this liquor.

‘Dancer’, Lichee Club Owner: Have you ever been thrown out of a place, Mr. Charles?
Nick Charles: Let’s see. How many was it up to yesterday, Mrs. Charles?
Nora Charles: Well, uh, how many places were you in, Mr. Charles?

[Last line, as Nick gapes at Nora knitting baby boots]
Nora Charles: And you call yourself a detective.

Nick Charles: Have you made any New Year’s resolutions?
Nora Charles: Not yet. Any complaints or suggestions?
Nick Charles: A few.
Nora Charles: Which?
Nick Charles: Complaints.
Nora Charles: All right shoot.
Nick Charles: Well, you don’t scold, you don’t nag, and you look far too pretty in the mornings.
Nora Charles: All right, I’ll remember: must scold, must nag, mustn’t be too pretty in the mornings.

Nora Charles: I love to watch you sleep. You look so cute. Nicky, have you any pictures of yourself taken as a baby?
Nick Charles: No.
Nora Charles: Aww, that’s a shame. I want to see what you looked like.
Nick Charles: I’ll have some taken in the morning.


Nick Charles: Who was that?
Nora Charles: Oh, you wouldn’t know them, darling. They’re respectable.


Henry the Butler: [Elderly butler has an eccentric way of walking] Walk this way, Sir.
Nick Charles: Well, I’ll try.

Nick Charles: Come on, let’s get something to eat. I’m thirsty.


Selma: Goodnight Nick, and thanks so much for everything. I want to kiss you.
[Looks at Nora]
Selma: May I?
Nora Charles: Go right ahead. But I warn you, it’s a hard habit to get out of.

Nick Charles: Hello, Dancer. Come in, come in.
‘Dancer’, Lichee Club Owner: Once a gumheel, always a gumheel, huh? Well, I don’t like gumheels, but I thought you’d quit it when you married a pot of money.
Nora Charles: Did he call me a pot?


Lum Kee, Lichee Club Co-Owner: You bet you. You catch my brother. You play trick on him.
Nick Charles: No play trick on him, no catch him. You bet you. Is he still in?
Lum Kee, Lichee Club Co-Owner: You bet you. For five years more.

Nora Charles: Do you think she’ll really take him home?
Nick Charles: She’ll take him somewhere, I’m sure of that.
Nora Charles: What do you mean?
Nick Charles: I mean, did I ever tell you that you’re the most fascinating woman this side of the Rockies?
Nora Charles: Wait till you see me on the other side.


Nora Charles: I suppose we ought to decide where we’re going.
Nick Charles: Why, do you care?
Nora Charles: No, but I haven’t any clothes.
Nick Charles: Well, what’s the difference? Saves you the trouble of packing. And I don’t need anything in the world, darling, but you… and a toothbrush.

Nora Charles: Aunt Katherine wants to speak to you.
Nick Charles: What have I done now?
Nora Charles: Do you know why Robert wasn’t here tonight?
Nick Charles: Sure, because he’s smart.
Nora Charles: I’m not fooling, darling, he’s disappeared.
Nick Charles: That’s swelling. Now if we could just get Aunt Katherine to disappear…

Nick Charles: How do you do? I’d like to get this gal out of the woman’s tank.
Prison Matron: Oh, yes. Is this the one that was doing the fan dance?
Nick Charles: Fan dance?
Prison Matron: Yes.
Nick Charles: Well, if it is, she’s been holding out on me.

Polly Byrnes: Say, is that Mrs. Landis?
Nick Charles: Yep, want to meet her?
Polly Byrnes: No thanks, I’ve had enough of this family.


Nick Charles: Good morning!
Lieutenant Abrams, San Francisco Homicide Squad: Good evening.
Nick Charles: Uh, yes, good evening. Will you have some breakfast?
Lieutenant Abrams, San Francisco Homicide Squad: Thanks, I just had dinner.
Nick Charles: I give up.