The Dreamers (2003) Trailer and Top Movie Quotes

The Dreamers (2003) Trailer and Top Movie Quotes


Paris, spring 1968. While most students take the lead in the May ‘revolution’, a French poet’s twin son Theo and daughter Isabelle enjoy the good life in his grand Paris home. As film buffs they meet and ‘adopt’ modest, conservatively educated Californian student Matthew. With their parents away for a month, they drag him into an orgy of indulgence of all senses, losing all of his and the last of their innocence. A sexual threesome shakes their rapport, yet only the outside reality will break it up. Written by KGF Vissers

Best Quotes

Matthew: Yes, I’m drunk. And you’re beautiful. And tomorrow morning, I’ll be sober but you’ll still be beautiful.

Father: Listen to me, Theo. Before you can change the world you must realize that you, yourself, are part of it. You can’t stand outside looking in.

Theo: Papa’s full of shit.
Matthew: I think you’re lucky. Um, I wish my parents were that nice.
Isabelle: Other people’s parents are *always* nicer than our own, and yet for some reason, our own grandparents are always nicer than other people’s.

Matthew: I was one of the insatiables. The ones you’d always find sitting closest to the screen. Why do we sit so close? Maybe it was because we wanted to receive the images first. When they were still new, still fresh. Before they cleared the hurdles of the rows behind us. Before they’d been relayed back from row to row, spectator to spectator; until worn out, secondhand, the size of a postage stamp, it returned to the projectionist’s cabin. Maybe, too, the screen was really a screen. It screened us… from the world.

Isabelle: We do love you very much!
Matthew: I don’t want to be loved very much, I just want to be loved.

Isabelle: Oh, how sweet of you Matthew to keep my image next to your heart.

Matthew: I think you prefer when the world “together” means not “a million,” but just two.

Matthew: I wish you could step out of yourself and just look.

[first lines]
Matthew: The first time I saw a movie at the cinématèque française I thought, “Only the French… only the French would house a cinema inside a palace.”

Matthew: I could hear my heart pounding. I don’t know if it was because I’d just been chased by the police or because I was already in love with my new friends.

Matthew: I don’t believe in God, but if I did, he would be a black, left-handed guitarist.

Matthew: [about Theo] But he has never been inside you?
Isabelle: He’s always inside me.

Matthew: In this big, epic movie – everyone is an extra.

Isabelle: [while posing as the Venus de Milo] I can’t stop you, I’ve got no arms.

Matthew: This is not Chaplin and Keaton. This is Clapton and Hendrix.
Theo: Matthew, Clapton reinvented the electric guitar.
Matthew: Clapton plugs in a guitar, he plugs in an electric guitar and he plays it like an acoustic guitar. Hendrix plugs in an electric guitar, he plays it with his teeth. There are soldiers in the Vietnam War right now. Who are they listening to? Clapton? No, they’re listening to Hendrix. The guy who tells the truth.

Matthew: I thought you had many lovers. I mean when I saw you for the first time, at the Cinématheque, you and Theo, you looked so cool, so sophisticated. Like a movie star.
Isabelle: I was. I was acting, Matthew

Isabelle, Theo: We accept you, one of us! One of us!

Matthew: As we walked, we talked and talked and talked about politics, about movies, and about why the French could never come close to producing a good rock band.

Isabelle: I entered this world on the Champs-Elysees, 1959. La trottoir du Champs Elysees. And do you know what my very first words were? New York Herald Tribune! New York Herald Tribune!

Theo: [reading from a book] A revolution isn’t a gala dinner. It cannot be created like a book, a drawing or a tapestry. It cannot unfold with such elegance, tranquility and delicacy. Or such sweetness, affability. Courtesy, restraint and generosity. A revolution is an uprising, a violent act by which one class overthrows another.

Isabelle: My parents fucked once in their lives. That’s why we’re twins, they didn’t want to make it twice.

Matthew: It makes films like crimes, and directors like criminals.

[Matthew has had unprotected sex with Isabelle]
Matthew: [in the tub, he sees blood]
Isabelle: Don’t be alarmed. It’s good news.
Theo: It only happens once a month.

Isabelle: Theo, Theo. Wake up.
Theo: [sleepily, eyes still closed] What is it?
Isabelle: I want you to listen.
Theo: Why?
Isabelle: Because. Theo?
Theo: Mm?
Isabelle: I love you. You know that?
Theo: I love you too.
Isabelle: You love me too? That’s funny. Are you listening? It’s forever, right?
Theo: What’s forever?
Isabelle: The two of us. Right?
Theo: Yes. Why did Matthew say that?
Isabelle: What did Matthew say?
Theo: That we’re monsters, freaks.
Isabelle: I just want you to tell me that it’s forever. It’s forever.

Matthew: Yes, I’m drunk. And you’re beautiful. And tomorrow morning, I’ll be sober but you’ll still be beautiful.

Isabelle: This is a test.

Theo: [to Matthew] Don’t forget your toothbrush!

[last lines]
Matthew: Listen to me for a second, okay? This is what they do. This is not what we do.
Matthew: [pointing to his head] We use this.
Matthew: We do this. We use this.
[kisses Isabelle]
Matthew: We use this.
[kisses Theo]
Theo: [speaking in French] Stop it!
Matthew: Isabelle. Come on. Isabe…

Isabelle: Pom pom, pom pom pom, turu turururu pom pom pom

Theo: Weren’t you just a tiny bit excited?

Isabelle: Name a film where someone tap dancing drives someone else crazy!
Matthew: Oh, I know this!
Isabelle: Come on! Quick! Quick!
Matthew: Top Hat! Top Hat! Fred Astaire’s dancing over Ginger Roger’s room. And she’s mad because he wakes her up. I’m right.

Matthew: It’s fucked up. It’s all fucked up.

Theo: [talking about his dad] God doesn’t exist, doesn’t mean *he* can take his place.
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Allied (2016) Trailer and Top Movie quotes

Allied (2016) Trailer and Top Movie quotes

In 1942, an intelligence officer in North Africa encounters a female French Resistance fighter on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. When they reunite in London, their relationship is tested by the pressures of war.

 Top Movie quotes



Max Vatan: Heard a lot about you, saying you were beautiful… and good.
Marianne Beausejour: Being good at this kind of work is not very beautiful.

Marianne Beausejour: They’re watching us… now kiss me.

Max Vatan: Come with me to London to be my wife

Marianne Beausejour: I’m very good at pretending, Max.

Marianne Beausejour: I love you with all my heart

Marianne Beausejour: Hey, what happened to my kiss?

Max Vatan: There’s a thing called the soul. I’ve looked into her soul.
S.O.E. Official: No. You’ve looked into her eyes.

S.O.E. Official: Commander, tell me about your wife.
Max Vatan: We met at Casablanca, where together we assassinated the German ambassador. She’s a mother of my child.
S.O.E. Official: We believe your wife is a double agent.

Marianne Beausejour: [to Max Vatan] Don’t think I’m going to let you sleep.

Max Vatan: Heard a lot about you, saying you were beautiful… and good.
Marianne Beausejour: Being good at this kind of work is not very beautiful.

Max Vatan: There’s a thing called the soul. I’ve looked into her soul.
S.O.E. Official: No. You’ve looked into her eyes.

Marianne Beausejour: They’re watching us… now kiss me.

Marianne Beausejour: I’m very good at pretending, Max.

Max Vatan: Come with me to London to be my wife

Marianne Beausejour: I love you with all my heart

Marianne Beausejour: Hey, what happened to my kiss?

S.O.E. Official: Commander, tell me about your wife.
Max Vatan: We met at Casablanca, where together we assassinated the German ambassador. She’s a mother of my child.
S.O.E. Official: We believe your wife is a double agent.

Marianne Beausejour: [to Max Vatan] Don’t think I’m going to let you sleep.

The Colony (2015) Trailer and Top Quotes

The Colony (2015) Trailer and Top Quotes

Lena and Daniel, a young couple become entangled in the Chilean military coup of 1973. Daniel is abducted by Pinochet’s secret police and Lena tracks him to a sealed off area in the South of the country, called Colonia Dignidad. The Colonia presents itself as a charitable mission run by lay preacher Paul Schäfer but, in fact, is a place nobody ever escaped from. Lena decides to join the cult in order to find Daniel. Based on true events. Written by Producer

Paul Schäfer: Anyone can torture, but to break a person without harming physically, that’s an art.

Lena: I think they were following me.