Andhadhun (2018) Movie Quotes and Trailer

Andhadhun (2018) Movie Quotes and Trailer

Andhadhun (2018) Movie Quotes

Andhadhun (2018) Movie Quotes

Andhadhun (2018) Movie Quotes

Akash a blind pianist is preparing for a London concert. Sophie’s scooter bumps into Akash and upon finding he a pianist she takes him to her restaurant Franco’s run by her father and offers him a job. Akash meets 70s actor Pramod Sinha at the restaurant who asks him to do a private concert of his songs at his residence to surprise his wife Simi. Next Day upon reaching his house a shocking surprise is waiting for Akash.

Akash: It’s a long story.
Akash: [after a pause] Coffee?

Inspector Manohar Jawanda: What color is your cat?
Akash: Black and white.
Inspector Manohar Jawanda: How do you know?
Akash: I was told.
[calls the cat]
Akash: Rani.
Inspector Manohar Jawanda: You cook for yourself?
Akash: Forget about me, Sir. Look for Rani, please. Rani might get run over.
Inspector Manohar Jawanda: Water?
Akash: Chilled?
[quickly pours water]
Akash: Water.
Inspector Manohar Jawanda: Today’s newspaper? What for?
Akash: To collect cat poo, sir.
[gropes the inspector]
Akash: You’re here? Please look for Rani. I’m lost without her.
[hears the bus horn]
Akash: Sir, Bandu’s school bus. Slap him hard to make him confess. Last week he tied a firecracker to Rani’s tail. She ran amok. She hid indoors for two days. That’s no good.
[Inspector throws a knife at Akash]
Akash: What was that? Rani?
[finds the cat]
Akash: Rani. Where were you? Come, baby. Eat something. You haven’t eaten for two days. Good girl.

Inspector Manohar Jawanda: You blinded him? What do you mean? How?
Simi: On the internet, you can find a hundred ways to do that. Good. Now he’s really blind.
Inspector Manohar Jawanda: But the blind can talk. He can talk to the press. If there’s an inquiry, I’ll get the boot. We’ll get caught. You should’ve killed him.
Simi: I’m not a serial killer to kill them off, one by one. Keep playing the perfect husband. Hide behind your wife. Why didn’t you take my call?
Inspector Manohar Jawanda: My wife’s aunt was in the ICU. You know how it is. You were married too.
Simi: I was. And with a far better man than you. Why did you bring your gun that day? If you hadn’t, none of this would’ve happened. He might have forgiven me. You think you’re Dirty Harry, while I do the dirty work!

Andhadhun (2018) Movie Quotes and Trailer

A Simple Favor (2018) Top Quotes,Trailer and Review

 A Simple Favor (2018) Top Quotes,Trailer and Review

Simple Favor (2018)

Simple Favor (2018)

Simple Favor (2018)

The film starts with Stephanie Smothers (Anna Kendrick) making a video for her mom video blog, “Hi Moms!” Before she begins with her recipe, she updates viewers on an ongoing case involving Stephanie’s best friend Emily Nelson (Blake Lively), who has been missing for the last five days. Stephanie appears to start crying before composing herself to give new viewers a recap on what has happened.

It started when Stephanie went to her son Miles’ (Joshua Satine) school. Stephanie is always volunteering and contributing to Miles’ class, to the point where some other parents like Darren (Andrew Rannells), Sona (Aparna Nancherla), and Stacy (Kelly McCormack) think Stephanie is making them look bad. After school, Miles wants to have a playdate with his friend Nicky (Ian Ho), Emily’s son. Stephanie first meets Emily when she goes to pick Nicky up, and, at the boys’ constant requests, Emily agrees to the playdate and invites Stephanie to come over for drinks.

A Simple Favor (2018) trailer

A Simple Favor (2018) top Movies Quotes

[from trailer]
Sean: She’s an enigma my wife. You can get close to her, but you never quite reach her. She’s like a, beautiful ghost.

[from trailer]Emily: Did you just take my picture? Erase it.
Stephanie: I guess I’m not the kind of person you’re normally friends with.
Emily: Oh, you don’t want to be friends with me, trust me.

[from trailer]Emily: Wanna trade confessions?
Stephanie: Nah, nah, nah.
Emily: Come on. What’s the wildest thing you’ve ever done?

[from trailer]Emily: Stephanie. I need your help.
Stephanie: Uh, are you okay?
Emily: I’m fine, but I do need just a simple favor. Can you come over?

Librarian: [to Stephanie, who just walked up to her desk ] Whaddya want, Cupcakes?

[from trailer]
Stephanie: Five days ago, Emily went missing.

City of God 2002 Top Quotes and Trailer

City of God Top Quotes and Trailer

Brazil, 1960s, City of God. The Tender Trio robs motels and gas trucks. Younger kids watch and learn well…too well. 1970s: Li’l Zé has prospered very well and owns the city. He causes violence and fear as he wipes out rival gangs without mercy. His best friend Bené is the only one to keep him on the good side of sanity. Rocket has watched these two gain power for years, and he wants no part of it. Yet he keeps getting swept up in the madness. All he wants to do is take pictures. 1980s: Things are out of control between the last two remaining gangs…will it ever end? Welcome to the City of God.

City of God 2002

Buscapé: It was like a message from God: “Honesty doesn’t pay, sucker.”

Zé Pequeno: Can you read?
Gang Member: I can read only the pictures.

Buscapé: You need more than guts to be a good gangster. You need ideas.

Sandro Cenoura: Have you lost your mind? You are just a kid!
Filé-com-Fritas – Steak and Fries: A kid? I smoke, I snort. I’ve killed and robbed. I’m a man.

Zé Pequeno: Where do you want to take the shot? In the hand or in the foot?

Barbantinho Adulto – Older Stringy: Why return to the City of God, where God forgets about you?

Cabeleira: Hey, Bernice. Listen, I’ve got something real important to say. Tell me, you ever heard of love at first sight?
Berenice: Sure, but hoods don’t fall in love, they just get horny.
Cabeleira: C’mon, you cut everything I say to pieces.
Berenice: Hoods don’t talk, they just vomit words.
Cabeleira: Jesus, I’m gonna stop wasting my saliva on you, you sure ain’t easy.
Berenice: Hoods never stop, they just take a break.
Cabeleira: Jeez, Bernice, talking about love with you is pretty complicated, isn’t it?
Berenice: Love, you gotta be kidding. You’re just leading me on.
Cabeleira: But it’s just that this jerk here loves you.

[after seen his pictures printed in the front page of the news by mistake]
Buscapé: Fuck… I’m dead!

[cut to slum]
Zé Pequeno: What’s the name of that friend of yours who took this pictures?
Thiago – Tiago: Buscapé.
[Enjoying the pictures]
Zé Pequeno: Buscapé! The guy is good!

Buscapé Criança – Young Rocket: Sun is for everyone, beach for a few.

Bené: I’m a playboy now.

Zé Pequeno: The fuck I’m Dadinho! Now, my fucking name is Zé Pequeno!

Buscapé: [after Dadinho kills many people in a motel] That night, Dadinho killed his dream of kill.
Boy 2: If you wanna be a dealer, you gotta start as a delivery boy, see?
Boy 1: This delivery boy business is real bullshit. The time it takes being a delivery boy, then security and then manager, is way too long.
Boy 2: What you gonna do? You’ve gotta wait for them to die…
Boy 1: No way! I’ll do it just like Pequeno did: you gotta whack everyone and that’s it!

Buscapé: What should have been swift revenge turned into an all out war. The City of God was divided. You couldn’t go from one section the other, not even to visit a relative. The cops considered anyone living in the slum a hoodlum. People got used to living in Vietnam, and more and more volunteers signed up to die.

Zé Pequeno: [after snorting a line and seeing Knockout Ned’s photograph in one of the center pages of a newspaper] Motherfucker!I’m the boss around here but he gets his picture in the paper! Have you found my photo in there?

[first lines]
Zé Pequeno: Whoa, the chicken ran away. Get that chicken, dude!

Mile 22 (2018) Top Quotes and Trailer

Mile 22 (2018) Top Quotes and Trailer

Mile 22 (2018) Top Quotes and Trailer

Stars: Mark Wahlberg, Lauren Cohan, Iko Uwais
In a visceral modern thriller from the director of Lone Survivor, Mark Wahlberg stars as James Silva, an operative of the CIA’s most highly-prized and least-understood unit. Aided by a top-secret tactical command team, Silva must retrieve and transport an asset who holds life-threatening information to Mile 22 for extraction before the enemy closes in.

Mile 22 (2018) Top Quotes 

James Silva: Do you want to live in a world where everybody feels cozy and validated all the time, or do you want to live in a world that works? We fight new wars. The old options, military, diplomacy, they don’t always succeed. Sometimes you need a third option. That’s Overwatch. According to the government we do not exist. We’re ghosts, but we are very real and we get shit done.

James Silva: According to the government we do not exist. We’re ghosts, but we are very real. We’re unpredictable, highly trained, and we save millions of lives. If we fail there is no backup plan. We are Overwatch and we get things done.

Bishop: This is an Overwatch operation. Our team is engaged in a higher form of patriotism. It’s not a military operation. The goal is to complete the mission at any cost.

Alice: We get a week on the beach.
James Silva: You’re never going to something normal until you die, that’s what this job is.
Alice: I’m not you.
James Silva: You’re pretty close. Beside, this is my beach. Feel the sand between my toes.

Overwatch Employee: Sir, we have a walk-in.
James Silva: Who is he?
Alice: That’s me asset. Local Special Forces.
James Silva: Send him to medical to see if he’s who he says he is.

Overwatch Employee: What is our name?
Li Noor: Li Noor.
Overwatch Employee: Are you involved in acts of espionage?
Li Noor: Yes.

[referring to Noor]
Embassy Employee: He’s wanted for espionage.

Alice: What do you want?
Li Noor: I want out of the country.

Li Noor: I have information that proves my government is planning an attack on the United States. You have no idea how evil my government is.

Bishop: I’m only going to outline this one time. Nine pounds of radioactive isotope is missing. It’s enough to make six major cities uninhabitable. He knows exactly where it is.

Bishop: You’re going up against this country’s elite tactical squads.

[referring to Noor]
Axel: We’re talking about a corrupt low-level cop.
James Silva: Your sitting here indicates he’s not so low level.

Axel: Be careful.
James Silva: You fucking be careful.

[after he’s fought the soldiers in the embassy]
James Silva: You’re good. Can I trust you?
Li Noor: Put me on a plane to the US and I’ll give you everything.

Silva’s Boss: [to Silva] It’s a go. This is an Overwatch operation.

Bishop: [to Silva] The goal is to deliver that package to here, Mile 22.

James Silva: Requesting hand of God.
Overwatch Employee: Got it.
Bishop: Take it.

James Silva: Requesting hand of God.
Overwatch Employee: Coming down.

Bishop: How many miles out are we?
Overwatch Employee: Twelve.

Bishop: Our angel can only stay on the ground two minutes. They miss that window, they are dead.

Bishop: They miss that plane, we have failed. If they miss that plane, they are dead.

James Silva: [to Axel] You know, you keep coming at me so you can kill us all. Is that the game today? I’ll play.

James Silva: [to Axel] You’re going to keep coming to me until you kill us all. Is that the game today? That’s a weird game, bro. Okay, I’ll play.

James Silva: [to Axel] If you’re chaos I think I might be worse. I am a killer who looks like a hero.

[referring to Noor]
Axel: I need him back right now.
James Silva: No one ever enters a war thinking they will lose, but one side is always wrong. Let me give you some advice. You ready? Stop.

James Silva: Are you feeling calm, Alice?
Alice: Not even a little. Are you?
James Silva: I’m totally calm.
Alice: That’s because you’re mentally unstable.
James Silva: Thank you.

James Silva: Failure is not an option. We get him, we save millions of lives.

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Irreversible (2002) Top Quotes and Review

Irreversible (2002) Top Quotes and Review 

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Stars:Stars: Monica Bellucci, Vincent Cassel, Albert Dupontel

Review : A lot has been said about this movie. Yes, there are a couple of brutal and violent scenes. It’s even hard to watch at times, but Irreversible is much more than that.

I personally think that the acting is great. There’s a natural chemistry between the 3 main characters. Monica Bellucci does a wonderful job as Alex. I give her a lot credit for being involved in such difficult role.

I really like the way the story was told. Some people say that it’s a rip off of Memento, and that it doesn’t work well in this movie, but I have to disagree. The movie “starts” in a dark way, with a lot of graphic images and violence. But at the end there’s this kind of peace, a little dose of happiness…”the calm before the storm”. It works really well, and that’s what make this a really sad story.

I really recommend this film. But like I said before, it can be hard to watch. Just watch it with an open mind and give it a try.
Irreversible (2002) Top Quotes 

Philippe: Time destroys everything.

Marcus: I want to fuck your ass.
Alex: I thought you were romantic.

[to Alex, just before she is raped in the underpass]
Woman on Street: Take the underpass. It’s safer.

[First lines]
Philippe: You want me to say it? Time destroys everything.
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Mourad: With a little money, we can help you get revenge. The assailant drew blood. Blood calls for revenge. Vengeance is a human right.

[On getting revenge for Alex]
Mourad: This is a man’s business. No pussies allowed.

Marcus: Who are you?
Mourad: Who am I? Until proof of the contrary, I can be your best friend.

Pierre: You’re behaving like an animal. Even animals don’t seek revenge.

Alex: You know what people say? There are no women who can’t come, only men who can’t fuck.

Mourad: The woman who was attacked is someone you know? You don’t feel very good? It’s tough… You always think it only happens to other people, but if it happens to you, you are helplessly lost.

Marcus: Off to The Rectum!

Alex: I’ve been reading the most amazing book.
Marcus: So what is it?
Alex: It says that the future is already written. It’s all there. And the proof lies in premonitory dreams.
Pierre: Wow! It’s putting us to sleep already!
Marcus: Even dreams are bad news.
Pierre: I often dream I’m sleeping. It’s my only dream.
Alex: Well, at least you relax!

[looking at Alex and a few girls dancing together]
Pierre: Look how beautiful she is.
Marcus: Look how beautiful THEY are! A blonde! A brunette! A blonde! A brunette!

Mick: Please! Stop!
Pierre: Faggot!

Le Tenia: You think the world revolves around you? Because you’re beautiful? Fucking sow.

Marcus: Why don’t you rummage through your shitass genetic code?

Fistman: Are you a soldier? Good soldiers get fucked to death!

Marcus: [dancing with Alex] Say my name… Marcus… Marcus…

Le Tenia: I’m going to blast your ass!

Mourad: Have you broken your arm, my friend?

American Psycho (2000) Top Quotes and Trailer : The Story of Patrick Bateman

American Psycho (2000) Top Quotes and Trailer

Starred by : Christian Bale, Justin Theroux,and Josh Lucas

American Psycho (2000) Top Quotes

Patrick Bateman is handsome, well educated and intelligent. He is twenty-seven and living his own American dream. He works by day on Wall Street, earning a fortune to complement the one he was born with. At night he descends into madness, as he experiments with fear and violence.
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American Psycho (2000) Top Quotes

[Recurring line]
Patrick Bateman: I have to return some videotapes.

[last lines]Patrick Bateman: There are no more barriers to cross. All I have in common with the uncontrollable and the insane, the vicious and the evil, all the mayhem I have caused and my utter indifference toward it I have now surpassed. My pain is constant and sharp, and I do not hope for a better world for anyone. In fact, I want my pain to be inflicted on others. I want no one to escape. But even after admitting this, there is no catharsis; my punishment continues to elude me, and I gain no deeper knowledge of myself. No new knowledge can be extracted from my telling. This confession has meant nothing.

Patrick Bateman: I like to dissect girls. Did you know I’m utterly insane?

Patrick Bateman: Howard, it’s Bateman, Patrick Bateman. You’re my lawyer so I think you should know: I’ve killed a lot of people. Some girls in the apartment uptown uh, some homeless people maybe 5 or 10 um an NYU girl I met in Central Park. I left her in a parking lot behind some donut shop. I killed Bethany, my old girlfriend, with a nail gun, and some man uh some old faggot with a dog last week. I killed another girl with a chainsaw, I had to, she almost got away and uh someone else there I can’t remember maybe a model, but she’s dead too. And Paul Allen. I killed Paul Allen with an axe in the face, his body is dissolving in a bathtub in Hell’s Kitchen. I don’t want to leave anything out here. I guess I’ve killed maybe 20 people, maybe 40. I have tapes of a lot of it, uh some of the girls have seen the tapes. I even, um… I ate some of their brains, and I tried to cook a little. Tonight I, uh, I just had to kill a LOT of people. And I’m not sure I’m gonna get away with it this time. I guess I’ll uh, I mean, ah, I guess I’m a pretty uh, I mean I guess I’m a pretty sick guy. So, if you get back tomorrow, I may show up at Harry’s Bar, so you know, keep your eyes open.

Patrick Bateman: Ask me a question.
Club Patron: So, what do you do?
Patrick Bateman: I’m into, uh, well, murders and executions, mostly.
Club Patron: Do you like it?
Patrick Bateman: Well, it depends. Why?
Club Patron: Well, most guys I know who are in Mergers and Acquisitions really don’t like it.

Patrick Bateman: Do you like Huey Lewis and The News?
Paul Allen: They’re OK.
Patrick Bateman: Their early work was a little too new wave for my tastes, but when Sports came out in ’83, I think they really came into their own, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a clear, crisp sound, and a new sheen of consummate professionalism that really gives the songs a big boost. He’s been compared to Elvis Costello, but I think Huey has a far more bitter, cynical sense of humor.
Paul Allen: Hey Halberstram.
Patrick Bateman: Yes, Allen?
Paul Allen: Why are there copies of the style section all over the place, d-do you have a dog? A little chow or something?
Patrick Bateman: No, Allen.
Paul Allen: Is that a rain coat?
Patrick Bateman: Yes it is! In ’87, Huey released this, Fore, their most accomplished album. I think their undisputed masterpiece is “Hip to be Square”, a song so catchy, most people probably don’t listen to the lyrics. But they should, because it’s not just about the pleasures of conformity, and the importance of trends, it’s also a personal statement about the band itself.
[raises axe above head]
Patrick Bateman: Hey Paul!
[he bashes Allen in the head with the axe, and blood splatters over him]
Patrick Bateman: TRY GETTING A RESERVATION AT DORSIA NOW, YOU FUCKING STUPID BASTARD! YOU, FUCKING BASTARD!

Patrick Bateman: There is an idea of a Patrick Bateman; some kind of abstraction. But there is no real me: only an entity, something illusory. And though I can hide my cold gaze, and you can shake my hand and feel flesh gripping yours and maybe you can even sense our lifestyles are probably comparable… I simply am not there.

Patrick Bateman: You’re a fucking ugly bitch. I want to stab you to death, and then play around with your blood.

Patrick Bateman: I live in the American Gardens Building on W. 81st Street on the 11th floor. My name is Patrick Bateman. I’m 27 years old. I believe in taking care of myself and a balanced diet and rigorous exercise routine. In the morning if my face is a little puffy I’ll put on an ice pack while doing stomach crunches. I can do 1000 now. After I remove the ice pack I use a deep pore cleanser lotion. In the shower I use a water activated gel cleanser, then a honey almond body scrub, and on the face an exfoliating gel scrub. Then I apply an herb-mint facial mask which I leave on for 10 minutes while I prepare the rest of my routine. I always use an after shave lotion with little or no alcohol, because alcohol dries your face out and makes you look older. Then moisturizer, then an anti-aging eye balm followed by a final moisturizing protective lotion.

Patrick Bateman: I’m fucking serious. It’s fucking over, us, this is no joke. I don’t think we should see each other any more.
Evelyn Williams: But your friends are my friends and my friends are your friends. I really don’t think it would work. You have a little something…
Patrick Bateman: I know that your friends are my friends and, uh… I’ve thought about that. You can have ’em.

ATM Machine: Feed me a stray cat.

Waiter: Would you like to hear today’s specials?
Patrick Bateman: Not if you want to keep your spleen.

Patrick Bateman: Do you know what Ed Gein said about women?
David Van Patten: Ed Gein? The maitre ‘d at Canal Bar?
Patrick Bateman: No, serial killer, Wisconsin, the ’50s.
Craig McDermott: So what did he say?
Patrick Bateman: “When I see a pretty girl walking down the street, I think two things. One part wants me to take her out, talk to her, be real nice and sweet and treat her right.”
David Van Patten: And what did the other part think?
Patrick Bateman: “What her head would look like on a stick… “
[laughs]

Patrick Bateman: I have all the characteristics of a human being: blood, flesh, skin, hair; but not a single, clear, identifiable emotion, except for greed and disgust. Something horrible is happening inside of me and I don’t know why. My nightly bloodlust has overflown into my days. I feel lethal, on the verge of frenzy. I think my mask of sanity is about to slip.

Jean: What’s that?
Patrick Bateman: Duct tape. I need it for… taping something.

Patrick Bateman: [after being kicked in the face by Christie the call girl] Not the face! You bitch! Not the fucking face, you piece of bitch trash!

Patrick Bateman: Do you like Phil Collins? I’ve been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke. Before that, I really didn’t understand any of their work. Too artsy, too intellectual. It was on Duke where Phil Collins’ presence became more apparent. I think Invisible Touch was the group’s undisputed masterpiece. It’s an epic meditation on intangibility. At the same time, it deepens and enriches the meaning of the preceding three albums. Christy, take off your robe. Listen to the brilliant ensemble playing of Banks, Collins and Rutherford. You can practically hear every nuance of every instrument. Sabrina, remove your dress. In terms of lyrical craftsmanship, the sheer songwriting, this album hits a new peak of professionalism. Sabrina, why don’t you, uh, dance a little. Take the lyrics to Land of Confusion. In this song, Phil Collins addresses the problems of abusive political authority. In Too Deep is the most moving pop song of the 1980s, about monogamy and commitment. The song is extremely uplifting. Their lyrics are as positive and affirmative as anything I’ve heard in rock. Christy, get down on your knees so Sabrina can see your asshole. Phil Collins’ solo career seems to be more commercial and therefore more satisfying, in a narrower way. Especially songs like In the Air Tonight and Against All Odds. Sabrina, don’t just stare at it, eat it. But I also think Phil Collins works best within the confines of the group, than as a solo artist, and I stress the word artist. This is Sussudio, a great, great song, a personal favorite.

Patrick Bateman: New card. What do you think?
Craig McDermott: Whoa-ho. Very nice. Look at that.
Patrick Bateman: Picked them up from the printer’s yesterday.
David Van Patten: Good coloring.
Patrick Bateman: That’s bone. And the lettering is something called Silian Rail.
David Van Patten: It’s very cool, Bateman, but that’s nothing. Look at this.
Timothy Bryce: That is really nice.
David Van Patten: Eggshell with Romalian type. What do you think?
Patrick Bateman: Nice.
Timothy Bryce: Jesus. That is really super. How’d a nitwit like you get so tasteful?
Patrick Bateman: [Thinking] I can’t believe that Bryce prefers Van Patten’s card to mine.
Timothy Bryce: But wait. You ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Raised lettering, pale nimbus. White.
Patrick Bateman: Impressive. Very nice.
David Van Patten: Hmm.
Patrick Bateman: Let’s see Paul Allen’s card.
Patrick Bateman: [Thinking] Look at that subtle off-white coloring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh, my God. It even has a watermark.
Luis Carruthers: Is something wrong, Patrick? You’re sweating.

Patrick Bateman: Hey, I’m a child of divorce, gimme a break!

Evelyn Williams: You’re inhuman.
Patrick Bateman: No… I’m in touch with humanity.

Patrick Bateman: Come on, Bryce. There are a lot more important problems than Sri Lanka to worry about.
Timothy Bryce: Like what?
Patrick Bateman: Well, we have to end apartheid for one. And slow down the nuclear arms race, stop terrorism and world hunger. We have to provide food and shelter for the homeless, and oppose racial discrimination and promote civil rights, while also promoting equal rights for women. We have to encourage a return to traditional moral values. Most importantly, we have to promote general social concern and less materialism in young people.
Luis Carruthers: [feigning tears] Patrick. How thought-provoking.

Patrick Bateman: I’m on a diet.
Jean: What, you’re kidding, right? You look great… so fit… and thin.
Patrick Bateman: Well, you can always be thinner… look better.
Jean: Then maybe we shouldn’t go out to dinner. I wouldn’t want you to lose your willpower.
Patrick Bateman: That’s okay. I’m not very good at controlling it anyway.

Patrick Bateman: [voice-over] There is a moment of sheer panic when I realize that Paul’s apartment overlooks the park… and is obviously more expensive than mine.

Patrick Bateman: He was into that whole Yale thing.
Donald Kimball: Yale thing?
Patrick Bateman: Yeah, Yale thing.
Donald Kimball: What whole Yale thing?
Patrick Bateman: Well, for one thing, I think he was probably a closet homosexual who did a lot of cocaine. That whole Yale thing.

Patrick Bateman: I think, um, Evelyn that, uh, we’ve lost touch.
Evelyn Williams: Why? What’s wrong?
Patrick Bateman: My need to engage in homicidal behaviour on a massive scale cannot be corrected but, uh, I have no other way to fulfill my needs.

Patrick Bateman: Don’t you want to know what I do?
Christie: No. No, not really.
Patrick Bateman: Well, I work on Wall Street… for Pierce & Pierce. Have you heard of it?
[the girls shake their heads. Patrick’s jaw tightens]
Christie: You have a really nice place here, Paul. How much did you pay for it?
Patrick Bateman: Well, actually, that’s none of your business, Christie. But I can assure you, it certainly wasn’t cheap.

[Just after breaking up]
Evelyn Williams: Where are you going?
Patrick Bateman: I am just leaving.
Evelyn Williams: But where?
Patrick Bateman: I have to return some videotapes.

Patrick Bateman: I don’t want to get you drunk, but, ah, that’s a very fine Chardonnay you’re not drinking.

Luis Carruthers: Patrick? Is that you?

Patrick Bateman: No Luis. It’s not me. You’re mistaken.

David Van Patten: They don’t have a good bathroom to do coke in.
Craig McDermott: Are you sure that’s Paul Allen over there?
Timothy Bryce: Yes. McDufus, I am.
Craig McDermott: He’s handling the Fisher account.
Timothy Bryce: Lucky bastard.
Craig McDermott: Lucky Jew bastard.
Patrick Bateman: Jesus, McDermott, what does that have to do with anything?
Craig McDermott: I’ve seen that bastard sitting in his office, talking on the phone to the CEOs, spinning a fucking menorah.
Patrick Bateman: Not a menorah. You spin a dreidel.
Craig McDermott: Oh, my God. Bateman, do you want me to fry you up some fucking potato pancakes? Some latkes?
Patrick Bateman: No. Just cool it with the anti-Semitic remarks.
Craig McDermott: Oh, I forgot. Bateman’s dating someone from the ACLU.
Timothy Bryce: The voice of reason… the boy next door.
[looks at restaurant bill]
Timothy Bryce: Speaking of reasonable, only $570…

[Looking at Paul Allen’s business card]
Patrick Bateman: Look at that subtle off-white coloring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh my God, it even has a watermark!

Patrick Bateman: Evelyn, I’m sorry. I just, uh… you’re not terribly important to me.

Patrick Bateman: [voiceover] I’m on the verge of tears by the time we arrive at Espace, since I’m positive we won’t have a decent table. But we do, and relief washes over me in an awesome wave.

Patrick Bateman: I know my behavior can be… *erratic* sometimes.

Donald Kimball: Huey Lewis and the News. Great stuff! I just bought it on my way here. You heard it?
Patrick Bateman: Never. I mean I don’t really like singers.
Donald Kimball: Not a big music fan, huh?
Patrick Bateman: No, I like music. Just they’re… Huey’s too black sounding for me.

Luis Carruthers: Patrick, where did you get that overnight bag?
Patrick Bateman: [Throws dead body in the trunk and slams it] Jean Paul Gaultier.

Evelyn Williams: Thousands of roses and lots of chocolate truffles. Godiva, and oysters in the half-shell.
Patrick Bateman: [Bateman narrating] I’m trying to listen to the new Robert Palmer tape, but Evelyn, my supposed fiancée, keeps buzzing in my ear.
Evelyn Williams: Annie Leibovitz. We’ll get Annie Leibovitz. And we’ll have to get someone to videotape. Patrick, we should do it.
Patrick Bateman: Do what?
Evelyn Williams: Get married. Have a wedding.
Patrick Bateman: No, I can’t take the time off work.
Evelyn Williams: Your father practically owns the company. You can do anything you like, silly.
Patrick Bateman: I don’t want to talk about it.
Evelyn Williams: You hate that job anyway. I don’t see why you just don’t quit.
Patrick Bateman: Because I want to fit in.

David Van Patten: What are you so fucking zany about?
Patrick Bateman: I’m just a happy camper! Rockin’ and a-rollin’!

Patrick Bateman: You’re dating Luis, he’s in Arizona. You’re fucking me and we haven’t made plans. What could you possibly be up to tonight?

Patrick Bateman: I think if you stay, something bad will happen. I think I might hurt you. You don’t want to get hurt, do you?
Jean: No. No, I guess not. I don’t want to get bruised.

Evelyn Williams: What does Mr. Grinch want for Christmas? And don’t say breast implants again.

Patrick Bateman: Paul Allen has mistaken me for this dickhead Marcus Halberstram. It seems logical because Marcus also works at P&P and in fact does the same exact thing I do and he also has a penchant for Valentino suits and Oliver Peoples glasses. Marcus and I even go to the same barber, although I have a slightly better haircut.

Craig McDermott: If they have a great personality and they’re not great looking… then who fucking cares?
Patrick Bateman: Well, let’s just say hypotetically ok? What if they have a great personality?
[pause, all laugh]
Patrick Bateman: I know, I know.
[all in unison]
Patrick Bateman, Craig McDermott, David Van Patten: There are no girls with good personalities.
David Van Patten: A good personality consists of a chick with a little hard body, who will satisfy all sexual demands without being too slutty about things, and who essentially will keep her dumb fucking mouth shut.
Craig McDermott: The only girls with good personalities who are smart or maybe funny or halfway intelligent or talented, though god knows what the fuck that means, are ugly chicks.
David Van Patten: Absolutely.
Craig McDermott: And this is because they have to make up for how fucking unnattractive they are.

Courtney Rawlinson: Stop it, I’m…
Patrick Bateman: – on a lot of lithium?

Donald Kimball: When was the last time you were with Paul Allen?
Patrick Bateman: We’d gone to a new musical called ‘Oh Africa, Brave Africa’. It was a laugh riot.

Jean: Are you dating anyone?
Patrick Bateman: Maybe. I don’t know… Not really.

Patrick Bateman: Pumpkin, you’re dating the biggest dickweed in New York. Pumpkin, you’re dating a tumbling, tumbling dickweed.
Courtney Rawlinson: Patrick, stop calling me pumpkin, OK?

Patrick Bateman: Did you know that Whitney Houston’s debut LP, called simply Whitney Houston had 4 number one singles on it? Did you know that, Christie?
Elizabeth: [laughing] You actually listen to Whitney Houston? You own a Whitney Houston CD? More than one?
Patrick Bateman: It’s hard to choose a favorite among so many great tracks, but “The Greatest Love of All” is one of the best, most powerful songs ever written about self-preservation, dignity. Its universal message crosses all boundaries and instills one with the hope that it’s not too late to better ourselves. Since, Elizabeth, it’s impossible in this world we live in to empathize with others, we can always empathize with ourselves. It’s an important message, crucial really. And it’s beautifully stated on the album.

Patrick Bateman: I’m leaving. I’ve assessed the situation, and I’m going.

Patrick Bateman: [in bed] Don’t touch the watch.

Patrick Bateman: Hamilton, have a holly-jolly Christmas.

Patrick Bateman: [narrating] I’m fairly certain that Timothy Bryce and Evelyn are having an affair. Timothy is the only interesting person I know. I’m almost completely indifferent as to whether Evelyn knows I’m having an affair with Courtney Rawlinson, her closest friend. Courtney is almost perfect looking. She’s usually operating on one or more psychiatric drugs; tonight I believe it’s Xanax. More disturbing than the drug use, though, is the fact that she’s engaged to Luis Carruthers, the biggest dufus in the business.

Timothy Bryce: [after snorting “cut” cocaine] It’s a fucking milligram of sweetener. I want to get high off this, not sprinkle it on my fucking oatmeal.
Patrick Bateman: Definitely weak, but I have a feeling that if we do enough of it we’ll be okay.
Club Patron: [leans over from another booth] Will you keep it down? I’m trying to do drugs!
Timothy Bryce: Fuck you! Calm down. Let’s do it anyway. That is if the FAGGOT in the next stall thinks it’s okay!
Club Patron: FUCK YOU!
Timothy Bryce: HEY FUCK YOU! Sorry, dude. Steroids. Okay, let’s do it.

Patrick Bateman: Your compliment was sufficient, Luis.

Patrick Bateman: Not quite blonde, are we? More of a dirty blonde.

Evelyn Williams: What about the past?
Patrick Bateman: We never really shared one.

Paul Allen: This is really a beehive of, uh, activity, Halberstam. This place is hot, very hot.
Patrick Bateman: Listen, the mud soup and the charcoal arugula are outrageous here.
Paul Allen: Yeah, well. You’re late.
Patrick Bateman: Hey, I’m a child of divorce. Give me a break.
[studies menu]
Patrick Bateman: Hmmmm, I see they’ve omitted the pork loin with lime Jell-O.
Patrick Bateman: [looks across the room] Is that Ivana Trump over there? Jeez, Patrick, I mean Marcus, what are you thinking? Why would Ivana be at Texarkana?

Patrick Bateman: [faking a conversation on the phone] Now, John, you’ve to wear clothes in proportion to your physique. There are definite dos and don’ts, good buddy of wearing a bold striped shirt. A bold stripe shirt calls for solid colored or discreetly patterned suits and ties.
[pause]
Patrick Bateman: Yes, always tip the stylist 15%. Listen, John, I’ve gotta go, T. Boone Pickens just walked in.
[laughs]
Patrick Bateman: Just joking. No, don’t tip the owner of the salon. Okay John? Right? Got it.

Patrick Bateman: [Impersonating Paul Allen’s voicemail] Hi, this is Paul Allen. I’m being called away to London for a few days. Meredith, I’ll call you when I get back. Hasta la vista, baby.

Harold Carnes: [to his party] Face it. The Japanese will own most of this country by the end of the 90’s.
Patrick Bateman: [walks over, laughing, patting him on the back] Shut up, Carnes. They will not.
[Carnes halfheartedly greets him with a small nod and looks away, putting a cigarette in his mouth]
Patrick Bateman: So, Harold, did you get my message?
Harold Carnes: [looks back at him with sudden interest, takes cigarette out of his mouth and shakes Bateman’s hand, smiling] Jesus, yes! That was hilarious! That was you, wasn’t it?
Patrick Bateman: Yeah, naturally.
Harold Carnes: Bateman killing Allen and the escort girls. That’s fabulous. That’s rich.
Patrick Bateman: What exactly do you mean?
Harold Carnes: The message you left. By the way, Davis, how’s Cynthia? You’re still seeing her, right?
Patrick Bateman: W-w-wait, Harold. What do you mean?
Harold Carnes: Excuse me. Nothing. It’s good to see you.
[looks to the other side of the room]
Harold Carnes: Is that Edward Towers?
[he tries to walk off but Bateman stops him, totally bewildered]
Patrick Bateman: Wait, um…
Harold Carnes: Davis, I’m not one to badmouth anyone. Your joke was amusing, but come on, man. You had one fatal flaw. Bateman is such a dork. Such a boring spineless lightweight.
[Bateman closes his eyes, trying to shrug it off]
Harold Carnes: Now if you said Bryce or McDermott… Otherwise, it was amusing. Now if you’ll excuse me, I really must be going.
Patrick Bateman: [again he tries to walk off but Bateman halts him] Wait, um… stop.
[Carnes’ smile diminishes, Bateman speaks softly]
Patrick Bateman: I did it, Carnes. I killed him. *I’m* Patrick Bateman. I chopped Allen’s fucking head off.
[Carnes’ amusement is gone, simply stares at Bateman]
Patrick Bateman: The whole message I left on your machine was true.
Harold Carnes: [deadpan tone] Excuse me. I really must be going now.
Patrick Bateman: [Carnes tries once again to leave but Bateman pulls him back] No, listen! Don’t you know who I am? I’m not Davis. I’m Patrick Bateman.
[Carnes continues to stare, saying nothing]
Patrick Bateman: We talked on the phone all the time. Don’t you recognize me? You’re my lawyer.
[leans in closer]
Patrick Bateman: Now, Carnes, listen. Listen very, very carefully… I killed Paul Allen, and I liked it.
[Carnes looks disbelievingly at him]
Patrick Bateman: I can’t make myself any clearer.
Harold Carnes: But that’s simply not possible. And I don’t find this funny anymore.
Patrick Bateman: It never was supposed to be. Why isn’t it possible?
Harold Carnes: It’s just not.
Patrick Bateman: Why not, you stupid bastard?
Harold Carnes: Because I had dinner with Paul Allen twice in London, just 10 days ago.
Patrick Bateman: No, you…
[suddenly dumbfounded]
Patrick Bateman: … didn’t.
Harold Carnes: Now if you’ll excuse me.
[Carnes finally walks away, leaving the puzzled and horrified Bateman all alone]

Patrick Bateman: That’s a very fine chardonnay you’re drinking. I want you to clean your vagina.

Patrick Bateman: Did you know that Ted Bundy’s first dog, a collie, was named Lassie?
[laughs]
Jean: Who’s Ted Bundy?

Patrick Bateman: [voiceover] When I get to Paul Allen’s place, I use the keys I took from his pocket. There is a moment of sheer panic when I realize that Paul’s apartment overlooks the park and is obviously more expensive than mine. I calm myself and move into the bedroom, where I find his suitcase and start to pack.

Craig McDermott: }: I’m not really hungry, I just need to have reservations somewhere.

Courtney Rawlinson: Listen Patrick, can we talk?
Patrick Bateman: You look… marvelous. There’s nothing to say.

[about Paul Allen’s mysterious disappearence]
Patrick Bateman: The world just opens up and swallows them.
Donald Kimball: Eerie. Very eerie.

Patrick Bateman: I killed Paul Allen. And I liked it.

Donald Kimball: I’m sorry. I should’ve made an appointment. Was that anything important?
Patrick Bateman: Oh, that? Just mulling over business problems, examining opportunities, exchanging rumors, spreading gossip.

Patrick Bateman: [excusing himself from Detective Kimball] Listen, you’ll have to excuse me. I have a lunch meeting with Cliff Huxtable at the Four Seasons in 20 minutes.

Patrick Bateman: New York Matinee called it “a playful but mysterious little dish”.

[repeated line]
Patrick Bateman: I’m not here.
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[to Al, a homeless person]
Patrick Bateman: Get a god-damn job Al.

Jean: Make someone happy. Have you ever wanted to?
Patrick Bateman: I’m looking for, uh…
[Puts nail gun to the back of Jean’s head]
Patrick Bateman: I guess you could say I just want to have a meaningful relationship with someone special.

[repeated line]
Patrick Bateman: Just say no.

Patrick Bateman: Wasn’t Rothschild originally handling the Fisher account? How did you get it?
Paul Allen: Well, Halberstram, I could tell you… but then I’d have to kill ya.

Timothy Bryce: He makes himself out to be a harmless old codger, but inside… inside…
Patrick Bateman: [voice-over] … “but inside” doesn’t matter.
Craig McDermott: “Inside,” yes, “inside… ” – believe it or not, Bryce, we’re actually listening to you…
Timothy Bryce: Come on, Bateman, what do you think?
Patrick Bateman: Whatever.

Evelyn Williams: You hate that job anyway. I don’t see why you don’t just quit.
Patrick Bateman: Because I want to fit in.

Patrick Bateman: Jean, I’m not going to make it… I’m not going to… make it… to the office this afternoon.
Jean: [alarmed] What is it, Patrick? Are you all right?
Patrick Bateman: Stop sounding so fucking… sad! *Jesus*!

[first lines]
Waiter #1: Our pasta this evening is squid ravioli in a lemon grass broth with goat cheese profiteroles, and I also have an arugula Caesar salad. For entrees this evening, I have swordfish meatloaf with onion marmalade, rare roasted partridge breast in raspberry coulis with a sorrel timbale.
Waiter #2: …and grilled free-range rabbit with herbed french fries. Our pasta tonight is a squid ravioli in a lemon grass broth, and the fish tonight is a grilled…

Donald Kimball: [about Paul Allen] And where did he go to school?
Patrick Bateman: Don’t you know all this?
Donald Kimball: I just wanted to know if you know.

Patrick Bateman: [to Christie] Do you take credit card? Just joking.

Timothy Bryce: Gorbachev is downstairs. McDermott went to sign a peace treaty between the United States and Russia. He’s the one behind Glasnost.
Young Woman: He said he was in mergers and acquisitions.
Timothy Bryce: You’re not con-fused, are you?
Young Woman: No, not really.
Caron: Gorbachev is not downstairs.
Timothy Bryce: Caron’s right. Gorbachev’s not downstairs. He’s at Tunnel.

[at Paul Allen’s apartment, empty and painted white]
Real estate agent: You saw the ad in the Times?
Patrick Bateman: No… Yeah, I mean yeah, in the Times.
Real estate agent: There was no ad in the Times. I think you should go now.

Patrick Bateman: I hope I’m not being cross-examined here.
Donald Kimball: Do you feel that way?
Patrick Bateman: No, not really.

Elizabeth: [to Christie the prostitute] What do you do?
Patrick Bateman: She’s my… cousin.
Elizabeth: Mm-hmm.
Patrick Bateman: She’s from… France.

Patrick Bateman: Hey, is that Donald Trump’s car?
Patrick Bateman: [to drycleaner] If you don’t shut your fucking mouth, I will kill you.

Courtney Rawlinson: Will you call me before Easter?
Patrick Bateman: Maybe.

Patrick Bateman: Just cool it with the anti-Semitic remarks.

Patrick Bateman: [with prostitutes] We’re not through yet.

Craig McDermott: Cheer up, Bateman. What’s the matter? No shiatsu this morning?

Timothy Bryce: Don’t you know anything about Sri Lanka? About how the Sikhs are killing like tons of Israelis over there?

Patrick Bateman: Mistletoe alert!

Patrick Bateman: Pumpkin, you’re dating an asshole.

Patrick Bateman: Negative. Cancel it.

Patrick Bateman: What’s wrong with that? It’s totally disease-free.

Donald Kimball: I just have some questions about Paul Allen and yourself.
Patrick Bateman: Coffee?
Donald Kimball: No, I’m okay.
Patrick Bateman: Apollinaris?
Donald Kimball: No, I’m okay.
Patrick Bateman: Can you bring Mr…?
Donald Kimball: Kimball.
Patrick Bateman: Mr. Kimball a bottle of Apollinaris. It’s no problem.
Patrick Bateman: So, what’s the topic of discussion?

Victoria: [referring to the bloodstains on Bateman’s sheets] What are those?
Patrick Bateman: Oh, uh, it’s – cranberry juice. Uh, cran-apple.

Timothy Bryce: God, I hate this place. It’s a chick restaurant. Why aren’t we at Dorsia?
Craig McDermott: Because Bateman won’t give the maitre d’ head.
[Bateman chuckles sarcastically and flicks a toothpick at McDermott]

Survivor: [saved by his Flaming Homosexuality]

City of God (2002) Top Quotes and Review : Rio De Janeiro Life

 City of God (2002) Top Quotes and Review

Plot: City of God is based on a true story that takes place in the 60s where in the slums of Rio DE Janeiro two boys growing up in the neighborhood take on different paths in life. The story is told through the eyes of Buscape, a poor young fisherman’s son who dreams of becoming a photographer one day. His story narrates the violence and corruption surrounding the city and the rise and fall of one of the city’s most notorious bosses, Li’l Ze. As war wages on the streets Buscape’s only way out of this violent life is to expose its brutality to the world through his pictures. Along the way the lives of others are put into perspective as their stories intersect with the events that take place.
City of God (2002) Trailer

City of God (2002) Top Quotes

Buscapé: It was like a message from God: “Honesty doesn’t pay, sucker.”

Zé Pequeno: Can you read?
Gang Member: I can read only the pictures.

Buscapé: You need more than guts to be a good gangster. You need ideas.

Sandro Cenoura: Have you lost your mind? You are just a kid!
Filé-com-Fritas – Steak and Fries: A kid? I smoke, I snort. I’ve killed and robbed. I’m a man.

Zé Pequeno: Where do you want to take the shot? In the hand or in the foot?

Barbantinho Adulto – Older Stringy: Why return to the City of God, where God forgets about you?

Cabeleira: Hey, Bernice. Listen, I’ve got something real important to say. Tell me, you ever heard of love at first sight?
Berenice: Sure, but hoods don’t fall in love, they just get horny.
Cabeleira: C’mon, you cut everything I say to pieces.
Berenice: Hoods don’t talk, they just vomit words.
Cabeleira: Jesus, I’m gonna stop wasting my saliva on you, you sure ain’t easy.
Berenice: Hoods never stop, they just take a break.
Cabeleira: Jeez, Bernice, talking about love with you is pretty complicated, isn’t it?
Berenice: Love, you gotta be kidding. You’re just leading me on.
Cabeleira: But it’s just that this jerk here loves you.

[after seen his pictures printed in the front page of the news by mistake]
Buscapé: Fuck… I’m dead!
[cut to slum]
Zé Pequeno: What’s the name of that friend of yours who took this pictures?
Thiago – Tiago: Buscapé.

[Enjoying the pictures]
Zé Pequeno: Buscapé! The guy is good!

Buscapé Criança – Young Rocket: Sun is for everyone, beach for a few.

Bené: I’m a playboy now.

Zé Pequeno: The fuck I’m Dadinho! Now, my fucking name is Zé Pequeno!

Buscapé: [after Dadinho kills many people in a motel] That night, Dadinho killed his dream of kill.

Boy 1: The big deal is dope, you got it?
Boy 2: If you wanna be a dealer, you gotta start as a delivery boy, see?
Boy 1: This delivery boy business is real bullshit. The time it takes being a delivery boy, then security and then manager, is way too long.
Boy 2: What you gonna do? You’ve gotta wait for them to die…
Boy 1: No way! I’ll do it just like Pequeno did: you gotta whack everyone and that’s it!

Buscapé: What should have been swift revenge turned into an all out war. The City of God was divided. You couldn’t go from one section the other, not even to visit a relative. The cops considered anyone living in the slum a hoodlum. People got used to living in Vietnam, and more and more volunteers signed up to die.

Zé Pequeno: [after snorting a line and seeing Knockout Ned’s photograph in one of the center pages of a newspaper] Motherfucker!I’m the boss around here but he gets his picture in the paper! Have you found my photo in there?

[first lines]
Zé Pequeno: Whoa, the chicken ran away. Get that chicken, dude!

Dancer in the Dark (2000) Top Quotes and Review

Dancer in the Dark (2000) Top Quotes and Review

Selma has emigrated with her son from Central Europe to America. The year is 1964. Selma works day and night to save her son from the same disease she suffers from, a disease that inevitably will make her blind. But Selma has the energy to live because of her secret! She loves musicals. When life feels tough she can pretend that she is in the wonderful world of musicals…just for a short moment. All happiness life is not able to give her she finds there by Fredrik Klasson

Selma: [singing] This isn’t the last song, there’s no violin, the choir is quiet, and no one takes a spin, this is the next to last song, and that’s all…

Selma: You like the movies, don’t you?
Bill Houston: I love the movies. I just love the musicals.
Selma: But isn’t it annoying when they do the last song in the films?
Bill Houston: Why?
Selma: Because you just know when it goes really big… and the camera goes like out of the roof… and you just know it’s going to end. I hate that. I would leave just after the next to last song… and the film would just go on forever.

Jeff: You can’t see, can you?
Selma: What is there to see?

Selma: In a musical, nothing dreadful ever happens.

Jeff: [referring to Gene] Why did you have him? You knew he would have the same disease as you.
Selma: I just wanted to hold a little baby.

Selma: I listen to my heart.

Jeff: I don’t understand. In musicals, why do they start to sing and dance all of a sudden? I mean, I don’t suddenly start… to sing and dance.

Selma: There’s no more to see…

Selma: Clatter, crash, clack, racket, bang, thump, rattle, clang, crack, thud, whack, bam! It’s music, now dance!

Selma: Cvalda.
Kathy: Why do you call me that?
Selma: It’s like, someone whose…
Kathy: What?
Selma: I don’t know, just big and happy.
Kathy: I am not that big. And happy, I don’t know.
Selma: You just need someone to pull it out.

Selma: I’m just not that kind of mother.
Gene Jezkova: Can’t you be that kind of a mother?

Bill Houston: Thank you for telling me your secret.
Selma: Thanks for telling me yours.
Bill Houston: Mums the word, right?
Selma: Mum?
Bill Houston: We don’t tell anybody.
Selma: Oh, yes, I won’t tell anyone.

Selma: [singing] Forgive me. I am so sorry. I just did what I had to do, I just did what I had to do, I just did what I had to do, I just did what I had to do.

Norman: She said Communism was – better for human beings.
District Attorney: She had nothing but contempt for our great country and it’s principals.
Norman: Apart from it’s musicals! She said the American one – the American ones were better.
District Attorney: So, the defendant preferred Hollywood to Vladivostok.

District Attorney: If this relationship was made up by the defendant, then, can you think of any way she might have come to know your name?
Oldrich Novy: I was once well known in Czechoslovakia, because of my profession.
District Attorney: Yes, Mr. Oldrich Novy, what is your profession? Maybe that can give us a clue to why, why this somewhat romantic, certainly Communistic, woman who worships Fred Astaire, but not his country, why she might have lied and misused your name – make everybody think that all the money was spent on a poor father and not on her own vanity. What is it that you do?
Oldrich Novy: I was an actor. I made films – they were musicals.

Kathy: But he needs his mother, you know, alive, no matter where!
Selma: You don’t understand! He needs his eyes!
Kathy: He needs his mother!
Selma: No!
Kathy: Yes! Alive!
Selma: NO!
Kathy: Listen to reason for once, Selma! Selma…
Selma: I listen to my heart…

Selma: You keep readin’.
Gene Jezkova: So long, farewell auf wiedersehen, adieu, adieu, adieu, to yieu and yieu and yieu.
Selma: To yieu and yieu. What – what does that mean? Yieu?
Gene Jezkova: It’s your dumb musical.
Selma: Yieu?
Gene Jezkova: It’s German.
Selma: Do you think?

Gene Jezkova: Why? Why should you – always ask me so – so stupid questions?
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Norman: You Commie’s make a big deal out of sharing everything.
Selma: Yeah. It’s – it’s a good thing.
Norman: What are you doing here – if – eh, Czechoslovakia’s so much better than the U. S. of A.?

Oldrich Novy: [singing] I didn’t mind it at all. That you were having a ball – at my musicals. And I was always there to catch you.
Selma: You were always there to catch me. You were always there to catch me. You were always there to catch me. When I fall.

Brenda: You’ll be transferred to the other cellblock, at some point tomorrow.
Selma: That’s the cellblock where they hang people?
Brenda: Yeah. That’s were they spend the last day.
Selma: And then they do the 107 steps – it’s from that room to the gallows, isn’t it?
Brenda: That’s what they say, Selma. But, look it, you’re gonna get your stay. Why don’t you try to think of something nice. All right?
Selma: It’s just so quiet here.

Prison Guard – Serving Selma Jezkova’s last meal: Your meal, Jezková,

Kathy: You were right, Selma – listen to your heart!

The Equalizer 2 (2018) Top Quotes and Trailer

The Equalizer 2 (2018) Top Quotes and Trailer
Starred by Denzel Washington, Pedro Pascal and Ashton Sanders

The Equalizer 2 (2018) Top Quotes

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Robert McCall serves an unflinching justice for the exploited and oppressed, but how far will he go when that is someone he loves?
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The Equalizer 2 (2018) Top Quotes

Robert McCall: There are two kinds of pain in this world. The pain that hurts, the pain that alters.
[In Turkish]
Robert McCall: Today, you get to choose.

Robert McCall: I’m your father. You mama forgot to tell you about me.



Robert McCall: Hey, how are you doing? I’m the driver you called to take home your girlfriend.
Man #1: Not a girlfriend, man.
Robert McCall: Oh. Credit card was invalid.
[the man gives him a card]
Man #1: Give yourself a nice tip, huh?
Robert McCall: I heard about these. I’ve never seen one before.
Man #1: Yeah, well now you have.
Robert McCall: You’re not going to ask me if she got home okay? Okay, I’m going to need anything you might have used to record what you did to her tonight.

[he goes and locks the front door and McCall sets his timer, as the man goes to attack him McCall beats three of them men]

[to the remaining guy who’s weeping in fear]

Robert McCall: Get up. You know her name?
Man #2: No, sir.
Robert McCall: Her name is Amy. Give me your left hand. Did you ever see Star Trek?
[McCall does the Vulcan salute, which the man also does]
Robert McCall: Very good.
[McCall suddenly breaks the man’s fingers]
Robert McCall: Five stars for Amy.

Robert McCall: Hey, how are you doing? I’m the driver you called to take home your girlfriend. The, uh, credit card was invalid.
Man #1: Come in.
Robert McCall: You’re not going to ask me if she got home okay? I’m going to need you cameras, cellphones, and anything you might have used to record what you did to her tonight.
[the man goes and locks the front door and McCall sets his timer]
Man #1: You knocked on the wrong door tonight, pops.
[McCall takes three of the men in 29 seconds]
Robert McCall: Did you ever see Star Trek?
[McCall does the Vulcan salute]
Man #2: Yes, sir.
[in tears from fear, the man also does the Vulcan salute]
Robert McCall: You make sure I get a five star rating.
Man #2: Yes, sir.
[McCall breaks the man’s fingers]
Robert McCall: Very good. Call 911.

Turkish Passenger: First time to Turkey?
Robert McCall: No, no, no. A long time ago, a different life.
Turkish Passenger: Now you come back.
Robert McCall: Yes, I’m looking for something.
Turkish Passenger: You can find whatever you wish in Turkey.
Robert McCall: How about a man who kidnapped a little girl from her American mother?
Turkish Passenger: We’ll not be looking for such a man. It will be dangerous for you.
Robert McCall: Men like him would think that.

Susan Plummer: Robert, I’ve been thinking. It’s great you’re helping out all these random people and everything, but it’s not going to fill that hole in your heart. I’m obligated to tell you these things, because I’m the only friend you’ve got.

[referring to McCall cleaning the graffiti on the wall]
Miles: Hey, you should let somebody else do this?
Robert McCall: Like who?
Miles: Anybody.
Robert McCall: You’re right. I guess anybody could do it, Miles.

Susan Plummer: Robert, I’m your only friend. It’s great you’re helping out all these random people and everything, but stay off the radar. If something happens to one of us, so I’m obligated to look into it.
Robert McCall: I thought you were retired.
Susan Plummer: Oh, I am. Just like you’re dead.

[answering a call]

Robert McCall: Yeah. What’s the matter?
Government Agent: Mac, Susan’s gone.

Government Agent: [to McCall] Susan worked in a dangerous world.

Robert McCall: I’ve been through the video of all the surveillance. Something else went on in that room.
Government Agent: Who did this?

[referring to Susan]
Robert McCall: Do they even know what floor she was on?

Robert McCall: Whoever did this have off the charts skill sets.
Government Agent: Here at the agency?
Robert McCall: Family.

Robert McCall: Whoever we’re looking for is one of the high level assassins.

Robert McCall: They’re cleaning up. Nobody’s safe.

Government Agent: They’re tying up loose ends.
Robert McCall: Exactly.

[on the phone]

Man #3: You have no idea what you just started. You shouldn’t have gone to war with us, McCall.
Robert McCall: You got it backwards, you’re going to war with me.

Government Agent: He was your partner for seven years, Mac, it’s a mistake to go to war with him. They’re highly trained.
Robert McCall: They’re going to war with me.

Government Agent: [to McCall] There’s no coming back from this.

Robert McCall: The mistake they made was they killed my friend.

Robert McCall: They killed my friend. So I’m going to kill each and every one of them. And the only disappointment is that I only get to do it once.

Robert McCall: I punish the guilty. If you’re lucky, I give you the opportunity to do the right thing. This ain’t one of those times.

Neighborhood Resident: I’ve seeing you carrying all these books around, I figured you for some kind of teacher.
Robert McCall: I’m a high level paid former assassin.

Robert McCall: We all got to pay for our sins.

Miles: [to McCall] Who are you, Jackie Chan?

Boiler Room (2000) Top quotes and Trailer

Boiler Room (2000) Top quotes and Trailer

A young man has dropped out of Queens College but desperately wants to please his father, a federal judge who’s harsh with his son. At his father’s insistence, Seth Davis closes a casino he operates in his own house, mostly for college students. Thinking he’ll please dad, he takes a job in a small brokerage house, an hour from Manhattan, where trainees make cold calls to lists of well-paid men, and then apply high-pressure tactics to sell initial public offerings exclusive to the firm. He’s terrific at sales. Once training is over, the pay is phenomenal, and Seth wonders why. Curiosity leads him to ethical dilemmas, encounters with the Feds, and new territory with his father.

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Boiler Room (2000) Top quotes

Boiler Room (2000) Top quotes
Boiler Room (2000) Top quotes

Boiler Room (2000) Top quotes

Boiler Room (2000) Top quotes

Boiler Room (2000) Top quotes

Boiler Room (2000) Top quotes

Jim Young: [to the new recruits] And there is no such thing as a no sale call. A sale is made on every call you make. Either you sell the client some stock or he sells you a reason he can’t. Either way a sale is made, the only question is who is gonna close? You or him? Now be relentless, that’s it, I’m done.

Jim Young: [to the new recruits] They say money can’t buy happiness? Look at the fucking smile on my face. Ear to ear, baby.

Jim Young: [to the new recruits] Anybody who tells you money is the root of all evil doesn’t fucking have any.

Seth Davis: [Narrating] I read this article a while back, that said that Microsoft employs more millionaire secretary’s that any other company in the world. They took stock options over Christmas bonuses. It was a good move. I remember there was this picture, of one of the groundskeepers next to his Ferrari. Blew my mind. you see shit like that, and it just plants seeds, makes you think its possible, even easy. And then you turn on the TV, and there’s just more of it. The $87 Million lottery winner, that kid actor that just made 20 million o his last movie, that internet stock that shot through the roof, you could have made millions if you had just gotten in early, and that’s exactly what I wanted to do: get in. I didn’t want to be an innovator any more, i just wanted to make the quick and easy buck, i just wanted in. The Notorious BIG said it best: “Either you’re slingin’ crack-rock, or you’ve got a wicked jump-shot.” Nobody wants to work for it anymore. There’s no honor in taking that after school job at Mickey Dee’s, honor’s in the dollar, kid. So I went the white boy way of slinging crack-rock: I became a stock broker.

Jim Young: [to the new recruits] There’s an important phrase that we use here, and think it’s time that you all learned it. Act as if. You understand what that means? Act as if you are the fucking President of this firm. Act as if you got a 9″ cock. Okay? Act as if.

Richie: Get the fuck out of here before I put you in a mayonnaise jar.

Greg Weinstein: [during Seth’s orientation] Now there’s two rules you have to remember as a trainee, number one, we don’t pitch the bitch here.
Seth Davis: What?
Greg Weinstein: We don’t sell stock to women. I don’t care who it is, we don’t do it. Nancy Sinatra calls, you tell her you’re sorry. They’re a constant pain in the ass and you’re never going to hear the end of it alright? They’re going to call you every fucking day wanting to know why the stock is dropping and God forbid the stock should go up, you’re going to hear from them every fucking 15 minutes. It’s just not worth it, don’t pitch the bitch.

Greg Weinstein: [while on the trading floor] Don’t you have a canoli you can stick in your mouth?
Chris Varick: Don’t you have a menorah you could shove up your ass?

Richie: [while on the trading floor] When was the last time you closed something huh? You couldn’t close a fuckin’ window you moron!

Seth Davis: [Over the phone] What do you mean, you’re gonna pass. Alan, the only people making money passing are NFL quarterbacks and I don’t see a number on your back.

Chris Varick: [to Seth, after seeing him for the first time on the trading floor] Hey, kid, get the fuck outa here.

Broker: [over the phone] I know you’re not standing on your front porch with a bag of money waiting for me to call you. But I’m not some 18-year-old selling a cure for AIDS. I’m 46 years old, I have 22 years market experience, I know this business. So pick up your skirt, grab your balls, and lets go make some money

Jim Young: [to the new recruits] You Want details? Fine. I drive a Ferrari, 355 Cabriolet, What’s up? I have a ridiculous house in the South Fork. I have every toy you could possibly imagine. And best of all kids, I am liquid.

Greg Weinstein: I hope this is better than the last batch of shit you gave me. Produced more wood than Ron Jeremy. I don’t want you to yell, “Reco!” anymore. Know what you should yell? “Timber!” Yeah, Mr. Fuckin’ wood. I hear you fuckin’ makin’ your calls. It’s bullshit, all right? I mean if you want them off the phone so bad, why don’t you just hang up? You should get them excited. You know, excited? They should beg for a broker on the first call.

Jim Young: [to the new recruits] You become an employee of this firm, you will make your first million within three years. I’m gonna repeat that – you will make a million dollars.

Seth Davis: [Narrating] I had a very strong work ethic. The problem was my ethics in work.

Judge Marty Davis: [in a diner] I’m not your best friend. That’s your mother’s racket. I’m your father. I tell you when you screw up. What did you think I was gonna do? Pat you on the back for this casino idea? Tell you what a great entrepreneur you are? So what do you want me to do, Seth? I mean, my God, if I would have called my father to meet me for a cup of coffee to talk about my screw-ups, he probably would have laughed. We didn’t have nice little chats about why I was a bad boy. I got smacked. And I didn’t do it again. Much simpler.
Seth Davis: Look, you know, I’m just trying to restore what’s left of our relationship. I mean…
Judge Marty Davis: Relationship? What the fuck are you talking about, relationship? What, are we dating? I’m not your girlfriend, Seth. I’m your father. Clean up you life, make an honest living, and then you and I can talk like normal people, all right?

Michael Brantley: [making a speech and then a toast in the dining area of a hotel] I just wanted to let you guys know the pikers at the N.A.S.T. are finally off our ass, J.T Marlin once again has unlimated trading authorization I told you guys you can’t keep a good man down, we’re super stars now J.P. Morgan just faxed over their congratulations, it said “welcome to the club”, this means those teams headed up by Todd and Richie who are good enough to give up their rep numbers, they can stop cold calling and start trading again, just to show you how appreciative I am there’s something extra, I want you to go up to suite 418, I hand picked them myself, we’re players now boys SOLUTE!

Michael Brantley: [to the brokers after business hours] I want to congratulate all of you on a huge month, for those of you that are not yet convinced, these were the top dogs of this month, Jim Young, two hundred and eighty thousand dollars, Chris Varick two hundred and five thousand dollars, and Greg Weinstein, one hundred and ninety thousand dollars, this month is going to be even bigger, in fact it’s going to be the biggest month we ever had, there’s a new issue I wanted to talk to you about, it’s called Med Patent, they just designed the world’s first retractable syringe, that means doctors and nurses will never again have to worry about infection from dirty needles, this is not going to be an alternative in the medical world, this is going to be the standard, now I know we’re here to make money, but if we can do something good like this, it’s all the better, I want you to go out and buy yourselves a new car, go buy yourselves a house, go into debt, you are going to make a million dollars inside of six months, we’re going to be taking a class trip tonight, so call your moms and tell them “not to wait up”!

Chris Varick: [Meeting secretly in the stairway] You know how hard I worked to get where I am?
Seth Davis: You need forget about that it doesn’t mean shit, right now this moment is what you should be thinking about, what are you going to do in the next fifteen minutes they’re make sure we never trade another share of stock for the rest of our lives but we can do something
Chris Varick: What’s that?
Seth Davis: Harry, my client I need a senior broker to sign a sell ticket so he can take his shares and dump them on the open market, and make his money back, what’s the difference? Do one thing right here just sign it
[Chris signs the sell ticket]

Greg Weinstein: Hang up. Hang up the phone.
Seth Davis: Thank you. That’s nice for you to do that for me.
Greg Weinstein: First of all, there’s gonna be a lot of these regardless of how good you are but you happen to suck big fat ass rhinoceros dick.
Seth Davis: Well, thank you. That’s confidence inspiring.

Chris Varick: [Meeting secretly in the stairway] What’s this about? You ok?
Seth Davis: I need you to sign a sell ticket for a client of mine
Chris Varick: Fuck Greg, let’s go deal with it and talk to Michael
Seth Davis: Wait a minute Chris, I got arrested last night
Chris Varick: What?
Seth Davis: The FBI arrested me
Chris Varick: The FBI? Why the fuck would the FBI arrest you?
Seth Davis: Because of my involvement in this firm
Chris Varick: Your involvement in the firm? What the fuck does that mean?
Seth Davis: Come on Chris you know what that means
Chris Varick: No, I don’t know what that means, what the fuck did you tell them?
Seth Davis: They knew everything man, they had photographs and tape recorded conversations, they brought my father in, there was nothing I could do
Chris Varick: [Yelling] What did you do?
Seth Davis: Chris, the FBI is going to raid this place in twenty minutes!
Chris Varick: [Yelling louder] What the fuck are you talking about? Fuck Seth!
Seth Davis: come on man, I asked you for months about shit going on here and you told me to shut the fuck up and get ready to be a millionaire
Chris Varick: That’s right “shut the fuck up”, didn’t you learn anything?
Seth Davis: I learned how to fuck people out their money my client, Harry Reynard just lost his life savings, and he wasn’t a whale, he was just a poor schmuck and I took him, I did everything J.T Marlin taught me to do and I made up his mind for him
Chris Varick: What do you want me to tell you? That’s what we do here
Seth Davis: We lie, we’re liars
Chris Varick: Who they coming for?
Seth Davis: They’re coming for everybody, everything

Seth Davis: [after refusing an immunity deal offered by the FBI] No, no deal, you take my father out the back door and you bring him home, he has nothing to do with this case I swear to God, if his name ends up in one newspaper I do not testify and I mean that, for me it’d be worth going to jail for
FBI Agent David Drew: Are you serious?
Seth Davis: What’d you think?
FBI Agent David Drew: alright, before we get ahead of ourselves, what are you offering?
Seth Davis: I’m going to hand you this case on a silver fucking platter, I know everything you don’t, I know how it all works, I know how Michael makes his money, I know how he hides it, I know who he goes in with, I even know where he moves if you guys get too close, I know everything

Seth Davis: [in Seth’s room] What’s going on? One week I can understand but this approaching five weeks now and the profits are still down forty percent since the last week I was here full time
Jeff: I’m not you Seth, I’m going to fucking kill myself for half the fucking profits, you just get come here to pick up your fucking money and it sucks
Seth Davis: This is my business, you used to make ten dollars an hour, now you’re making a thousand a week and you’re still not fucking happy? What the fuck is going on Jeff?
Jeff: Nothing, you can check the tapes
Seth Davis: Are you skimming?
Jeff: I can’t handle a twenty four gig all by myself, this isn’t fucking Denny’s, and I’m still trying to finish school here
Seth Davis: Alright, so why don’t you take another partner? And you split your share with him, which I’ll up to sixty five percent, then you can go to school during the day and work at night
Jeff: I’m already doing that
Seth Davis: You are? And you still can’t fucking handle it?

Seth Davis: [Meeting privately in Michael’s office] I want to talk to you about a client of mine, his name is Harry Reynard
Michael Brantley: I don’t know him
Seth Davis: I think you should because we’re about to lose him, he dropped fifty thousand on Farrowtech this weekend alone
Michael Brantley: And you want to do what?
Seth Davis: I want to keep him here by giving a chunk of the Med Patent IPO
Michael Brantley: We don’t have out IPO’s to someone who just had a bad day on the market
Seth Davis: Michael, this guy is a fucking whale and he’s going to do an obscene amount of business with this firm
Michael Brantley: And you’re somehow just sure of this?
Seth Davis: Yeah, he completely trusts me, he doesn’t even need the money, he owns the biggest foods company in Wisconsin, he just want to know we’re going to do ripe on him
Michael Brantley: How many trades has he made?
Seth Davis: Two, but he made a second trade a week after I opened him, the guy’s pretty sour on Farrowtech and he’s going to walk, I think we should make him a little money on this next IPO and let him take it for a ride
Michael Brantley: What did Greg say?
Seth Davis: He was busy closing somebody, I didn’t want to bother him
Michael Brantley: Well, go get him
Greg Weinstein: [Greg walks in] look, I don’t know what he’s been telling you, but I’ve had it with this shit, this is a business, the point he should be on the fucking phone, not in here bitching about personal petty between him and I
Michael Brantley: Seth was talking about giving Med Patent IPO to Harry Reynard
Greg Weinstein: No, first of all I don’t even know this Harry Reynard, no way he’s totally unreliable
Michael Brantley: The guy dropped fifty thousand on Farrowtech this week
Greg Weinstein: That’s great Michael because I have a list of clients that deserve some IPO than this fucking guy, clients that have been with me for than six months, have taken heavy losses and continued to trade with me
Seth Davis: Yeah and he’s one of them asshole
Michael Brantley: What do you mean he’s one of them?
Seth Davis: He’s one of Greg’s clients, I opened him when I was closing my forty accounts for you, I’m just his contact, his your client, I’m not going to make a dime off this trade, no wonder the guy’s pissed off, his own broker doesn’t know his a fucking client
Michael Brantley: Fine, give him ten thousand shares, he just can’t sell it before we say so
Seth Davis: great
Michael Brantley: no joke Seth, he cannot sell it before we sell it, at least six months

Seth Davis: [Narrating] Looking back the casino was the most legitimate business I had running, I looked my customers in the eye and I provided a service they wanted, now I don’t even look my customers in the eye and I push them something they never asked for

Judge Marty Davis: [to Seth] when I came up to you behind that car, it was the hardest thing I ever had to bear because I wanted to make your pain disappear, I don’t even know how to describe the feeling I had at the time, I just want you to know one thing: not a single day of my life goes by that I don’t think about that moment, I don’t think about being back there just to have one more chance to make your pain disappear, I am more sorry than you’ll ever know
[They hug]

Man on phone: [Over the phone] Take me off your list.
Seth Davis: Fine, fine. I’m gonna take you off my list of successful people today.

Seth Davis: [Narrating] Its strange to think how that knock changed everything, everything, hey don’t get me wrong here, I don’t believe in fate, i believe in odds

Seth Davis: [Narrating] I’m plagued by “what ifs?”these days, what if Greg hadn’t come over that night, what if I hadn’t forgot my bag? or seen Michael walk into the other building that day? what if i had skipped over Harry’s card? what are the chances? what are the odds?

Seth Davis: [to Abby] I went to the Med Patent office and there isn’t one, its card board there’s nothing, there’s no employees there’s no research and development I found out how Michael is making his money, we’re selling stock for companies that don’t exist

Seth Davis: [Leaving a phone message for Harry Reynard] I feel bad about the way things ended the last time we talked, I found a way to get you your money back, and I just need you to call me back

Adam: [Exchanging money for poker chips] Give me four hundred
Greg Weinstein: What about the betting?
Seth Davis: What were you thinking?
Greg Weinstein: I don’t know, five hundred max?
Seth Davis: We don’t usually service that level of action but I hate to turn away a new customer the thing is we might not have enough cash to settle you at the end of the night.
Greg Weinstein: That’s ok you can just pay me tomorrow
Seth Davis: How much you want?
Greg Weinstein: [Tosses a roll of cash on the table] Five dimes
Adam: You had to do it, make me look like I’m at the kiddie table
Greg Weinstein: [to Adam] “The shoe fits,”kid
Seth Davis: [to Greg] What denomination?
Greg Weinstein: [to Seth] How about three Puerto Ricans, two chinks and a Guinea? I don’t care, mix it up, whatever you want.

Seth Davis: [Narrating] I was living in Kew Gardens Hills running my “biz” giving the Queens College kids to do something in between classes I was doing well.

Seth Davis: [while having with their family] I dropped out
Judge Marty Davis: Do you want to tell me why?
Seth Davis: I gave it a year and it just wasn’t for me
Judge Marty Davis: I see so that means you’ve been lying to us for six months “school’s fine dad, my grades are good dad”, alright let’s just leave that for a second, so you drop out, that means you haven’t been getting you student loan checks, how are you paying the rent every month?
Seth Davis: I’m running a business, earning a living
Judge Marty Davis: “Earning a living?
[Throws poker chips across the table]
Judge Marty Davis: “Is this what you call “earning a living”?

Greg Weinstein: [to Seth] I’m going to be honest with you, I think you’re running a good business and you’re a smart kid, pulling in some real cash but I have to tell you this is a risky fucking business, are you honestly planning to deal cards to college kids when your fucking thirty five? You don’t think you’re going to get “pinched” in the next few years? Maybe it’s about time to think further down the line.

Seth Davis: [Narrating] I was making good money with the casino but these guys were “macking” it hard, that’s the level I wanted to be operating on so I drove out to Long Island, the office was a good hour from Wall Street, somebody forgot to tell the guys who worked there though, they looked and acted like they took the sixth train to Fulton Street every morning but it wasn’t Wall Street it was exit fifty three on the Long Island Expressway, a good hour from the New York Stock Exchange, “Group interview my ass”, it was like a Hitler youth rally in retrospect, the guy who pitched us, Jim Young was the head recruiter there between him and Michael honestly they can sell bubblegum at the lockjaw ward at Bellevue.

Greg Weinstein: [during Seth’s orientation] These are the client cards, these are our leads every one of these people buy stock, your job is to call them and get them interested in the firm, you’re not actually selling stock but you’re selling them a “dream” so get them “wet”, a month from now a senior broker will call them back with an idea,
Seth Davis: wait so who are these people?
Greg Weinstein: they’re average clients, forty five years old from the Midwest one hundred fifty thousand dollar income one million net, has a local broker but loves a hot shot New Yorker who sounds good on the phone, the cards not going to tell you any of that, it only has their name, address, and occupation so you got to feel them out, the truth is, it doesn’t even matter where the DOW is right now, everybody wants a piece of the market, I can anyone, anytime, anywhere in the country, just give me a phone number, once you qualify the guy you send him a press packet it’ll all be real easy and get you comfortable on the phone which is key, this entire business revolves around the phone, “play the numbers”, this is a contact sport meaning the more people you contact the better you’ll do a good broker makes over seven hundred calls a day
Seth Davis: wait what’s the phone bill like here?
Greg Weinstein: this month was approaching four hundred thousand dollars, even though you’re not selling stock I want you to memorize the quota we have here, did you see the movie Glengarry Glen Ross?
Seth Davis: Yeah
Greg Weinstein: You remember A.B.C.?
Seth Davis: Yeah, Always .Be. Closing
Greg Weinstein: that’s right,Always .Be. Closing “telling’s not selling”, that’s the attitude you want to have, the second rule you have to remember as a trainee “don’t write wood” a lot of trainee are anxious to get off the phone that they steam roll the guy into getting him the press packet so they can hang up, then I call back a month later and say “hi you spoke to a junior associate of mine” and the guy says “I’m not interested”, that’s a shitty lead, that’s fucking wood, the info we send is bullshit, the most important of the call is that is telling them you that one great idea and that a senior broker is going to call them back in a month we don’t want our clients to think we’re pitching them something we read in the Wall Street Journal, if the guy wants to buy stock right then, you want to go into each call expecting just that, if someone wants a recommendation you put the guy on hold, stand up and yell “Reco” at the top of your lungs, first senior broker gets on the phone, he gets the sale. I have this friend at another firm, he hands this book to all his new trainees, it’s called “Rebuttal Book, it has a rebuttal for any excuse like “my wife won’t let me”, “I’m not in the market right now”, “send me a prospects, that’s all stuff you’re going to have to learn later, the most important thing you need to know right now is, you can be whoever you want, change your last name, say you’re the vice president who cares? Do whatever you got to do to get the guy on the line
Seth Davis: Wait how could I do something like that? Isn’t there a compliance officer here?
Greg Weinstein: Everybody does that shit, even on Wall Street are you talking about John over there?
Greg Weinstein: [they both look at John sitting in his office]

Greg Weinstein: [jokingly] look I think his actually masturbating right now

Judge Marty Davis: [while having with their family] How come I’ve never heard of this firm?
Seth Davis: It’s a smaller firm, there are probably a million others you’ve never heard of
Judge Marty Davis: The reason I ask is I thought you’d join a firm like Goldman Sachs or something of that stature
Seth Davis: The reason the larger houses don’t like to hire kids straight out of college unless you went to an ivy league school or if you want to do cash flow analysis for the next fifteen years they usually want you to work outside their firm for a few years and get a good sense of the market but most brokers start out at little firms like JT Marlin
Judge Marty Davis: good, So all you have to do now is close the casino

Seth Davis: [Narrating] I originally I got in for the cash but getting my dad’s respect is what kept me there, I had to adapt to this new world, I didn’t know any of these guys but what I did know is that they had all the money in the world and not a clue what to do with it

Dr. Jacobs: Marlin?
Chris Varick: [Another broker turns on the speaker phone ] Right, his my father, so my associate tells me you’re interested in one of our stocks?
Dr. Jacobs: Yes, MSC sounds like it might be interesting
Chris Varick: Might be? “Might be” doesn’t sell stock at the rate MSC is going for, we’re talking a very high volume here
Dr. Jacobs: Well, I still have to run it by my people
Chris Varick: That’s great doc if you want to miss another opportunity and watch your colleagues get rich doing clinical trials that don’t buy a share and hang up the phone
Dr. Jacobs: Hold on I didn’t say that I just want to talk about this more
Chris Varick: Honestly doc I don’t have the time this stock is blowing up right now the whole firm is going nuts, hold on let me open the door to my office
[signals everyone to yell and make noise]
Chris Varick: See that doc? That’s my trading floor now I have a million calls to make to a million doctors who are in the no, I can’t walk you through this I’m sorry
[waiting and expecting a response]
Dr. Jacobs: Ok, let’s do this
Chris Varick: Since you’re a new account I can’t go any higher than two thousand shares I’m sorry
Dr. Jacobs: Two thousand shares? Are you nuts? That’s way beyond what I was thinking, Jesus! I’m curious why can’t you sell me any more than that?
Chris Varick: We’d like to establish a relationship with our clients on something small before we get to the more serious trades, let me show you couple percentage points then we can talk about doing future business
Dr. Jacobs: That sounds good, give me the two thousand shares
Chris Varick: Done, I promise we’ll swing for fences on the next one, let me put my secretary on and she’ll take down your info, do you want that confirmation sent to your office or your mansion? It was a pleasure doing business

Seth Davis: [referring to the amount of stock he sold to Dr. Jacobs ] Why’d you put a max on his buy?
Greg Weinstein: [to Greg] You didn’t tell him how it works?
Greg Weinstein: His trainee he doesn’t need to know initial sell limits
Greg Weinstein: [to Seth] Make sure he shows you the ropes his too busy calling his bookie, fucking Hebrews always looking out for themselves and not the trainees, the reason I capped him is in case if his a piker, so we’re go ahead and front the money for this sale and if he doesn’t send the check I’m the one holding the bag follow me?
Seth Davis: Right
Chris Varick: Last month a kid a Jim’s team wrote a million dollar ticket the stock was down three and a half points by settlement the kid took a quarter of a million dollar hit, do you know how much that hurts? Besides the first sale is what’s appetite, if his a whale, which looks like he is
Seth Davis: Right
Chris Varick: So put him a daily measureable rip
Seth Davis: What’s a “rip”?
Chris Varick: A “rip”,is a commission that’s why we work here we make huge rips, a two dollar rip which is unheard of anywhere on Wall Street, which means we’re walking away with two dollars of every share we sell, its real money and opportunity
Seth Davis: How does Michael afford that?
Chris Varick: Couldn’t tell you
Seth Davis: Ok
Chris Varick: If his doing it, his making money from it, and the point is service your client right and he’ll be back for more show him a three percentage return and he’ll trust you to watch his kids for the weekend

Greg Weinstein: [to Seth, while driving in his Ferrari ] You’ve got to realize half the kids you and I grew up with, remember in Hebrew school shoving match was a big deal? Worst case scenario somebody got their Yarmulke knocked off it’s true these guys are no joke they get all tanked up, throw a quick fist some of them actually enjoy it, like Richie what the fuck is that? Probably thought I was being tough back there with that guy, I was shitting my pants, fucking Guineas, half of them do coke, they all drink, zero capital, no fucking stability. they make all this money and always living three steps ahead, there’s guys at the firm that make a million a year but can’t even get a loan for a Honda because their credit is so bad, everybody’s just waiting for the fifteenth of the month, they may have the Porsche but they don’t have ten bucks to put in the gas tank, its nigger rich.

Jim Young: [to the new recruits] I want to talk to you guys about appearance because most of you dress like shit. I don’t know what your financial situation is and I don’t want to know, but you’ve got to get yourself at least one descent suit because we have a minimum level of aesthetic professionalism we have to maintain. In three months you can outfit your entire closet but for now just get something to hold you over, secondly, it’s time to get your series 7 books, don’t get nervous if you study you’ll pass and then you begin trading as an FCC licensed broker, then you’re a fucking millionaire and it’s just that simple, I need three hundred bucks from each of you for the books and it will be returned if and when you pass the exam and I need that tomorrow that is all.