No Country for Old Men (2007) Trailer and Top Quotes

No Country for Old Men (2007) Trailer and Top Quotes

Review 
In rural Texas, welder and hunter Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin) discovers the remains of several drug runners who have all killed each other in an exchange gone violently wrong. Rather than report the discovery to the police, Moss decides to simply take the two million dollars present for himself. This puts the psychopathic killer, Anton Chigurh (Javier Bardem), on his trail as he dispassionately murders nearly every rival, bystander and even employer in his pursuit of his quarry and the money. As Moss desperately attempts to keep one step ahead, the blood from this hunt begins to flow behind him with relentlessly growing intensity as Chigurh closes in. Meanwhile, the laconic Sherrif Ed Tom Bell (Tommy Lee Jones) blithely oversees the investigation even as he struggles to face the sheer enormity of the crimes he is attempting to thwart.

Top No Country for Old Men  Quotes

Anton Chigurh: What’s the most you ever lost on a coin toss.
Gas Station Proprietor: Sir?
Anton Chigurh: The most. You ever lost. On a coin toss.
Gas Station Proprietor: I don’t know. I couldn’t say.
[Chigurh flips a quarter from the change on the counter and covers it with his hand]
Anton Chigurh: Call it.
Gas Station Proprietor: Call it?
Anton Chigurh: Yes.
Gas Station Proprietor: For what?
Anton Chigurh: Just call it.
Gas Station Proprietor: Well, we need to know what we’re calling it for here.
Anton Chigurh: You need to call it. I can’t call it for you. It wouldn’t be fair.
Gas Station Proprietor: I didn’t put nothin’ up.
Anton Chigurh: Yes, you did. You’ve been putting it up your whole life you just didn’t know it. You know what date is on this coin?
Gas Station Proprietor: No.
Anton Chigurh: 1958. It’s been traveling twenty-two years to get here. And now it’s here. And it’s either heads or tails. And you have to say. Call it.
Gas Station Proprietor: Look, I need to know what I stand to win.
Anton Chigurh: Everything.
Gas Station Proprietor: How’s that?
Anton Chigurh: You stand to win everything. Call it.
Gas Station Proprietor: Alright. Heads then.
[Chigurh removes his hand, revealing the coin is indeed heads]
Anton Chigurh: Well done.
[the gas station proprietor nervously takes the quarter with the small pile of change he’s apparently won while Chigurh starts out]
Anton Chigurh: Don’t put it in your pocket, sir. Don’t put it in your pocket. It’s your lucky quarter.
Gas Station Proprietor: Where do you want me to put it?
Anton Chigurh: Anywhere not in your pocket. Where it’ll get mixed in with the others and become just a coin. Which it is.

[Chigurh leaves and the gas station proprietor stares at him as he walks out]

Llewelyn Moss: If I don’t come back, tell mother I love her.
Carla Jean Moss: Your mother’s dead, Llewelyn.
Llewelyn Moss: Well then I’ll tell her myself.

Carla Jean Moss: You don’t have to do this.
Anton Chigurh: [smiles] People always say the same thing.
Carla Jean Moss: What do they say?
Anton Chigurh: They say, “You don’t have to do this.”
Carla Jean Moss: You don’t.
Anton Chigurh: Okay.
[Chigurh flips a coin and covers it with his hand]
Anton Chigurh: This is the best I can do. Call it.
Carla Jean Moss: I knowed you was crazy when I saw you sitting there. I knowed exactly what was in store for me.
Anton Chigurh: Call it.
Carla Jean Moss: No. I ain’t gonna call it.
Anton Chigurh: Call it.
Carla Jean Moss: The coin don’t have no say. It’s just you.
Anton Chigurh: Well, I got here the same way the coin did.

Ellis: Whatcha got ain’t nothin new. This country’s hard on people, you can’t stop what’s coming, it ain’t all waiting on you. That’s vanity.

[first lines]

Ed Tom Bell: I was sheriff of this county when I was twenty-five years old. Hard to believe. My grandfather was a lawman; father too. Me and him was sheriffs at the same time; him up in Plano and me out here. I think he’s pretty proud of that. I know I was. Some of the old time sheriffs never even wore a gun. A lotta folks find that hard to believe. Jim Scarborough’d never carried one; that’s the younger Jim. Gaston Boykins wouldn’t wear one up in Comanche County. I always liked to hear about the oldtimers. Never missed a chance to do so. You can’t help but compare yourself against the oldtimers. Can’t help but wonder how they would have operated these times. There was this boy I sent to the ‘lectric chair at Huntsville Hill here a while back. My arrest and my testimony. He killt a fourteen-year-old girl. Papers said it was a crime of passion but he told me there wasn’t any passion to it. Told me that he’d been planning to kill somebody for about as long as he could remember. Said that if they turned him out he’d do it again. Said he knew he was going to hell. “Be there in about fifteen minutes”. I don’t know what to make of that. I sure don’t. The crime you see now, it’s hard to even take its measure. It’s not that I’m afraid of it. I always knew you had to be willing to die to even do this job. But, I don’t want to push my chips forward and go out and meet something I don’t understand. A man would have to put his soul at hazard. He’d have to say, “O.K., I’ll be part of this world.”

Anton Chigurh: [indicating bag of cashews] How much?
Gas Station Proprietor: Sixty-nine cent.
Anton Chigurh: This. And the gas.
Gas Station Proprietor: Y’all gettin’ any rain up your way?
Anton Chigurh: What way would that be?
Gas Station Proprietor: I seen you was from Dallas.
Anton Chigurh: What business is it of yours where I’m from, friendo?
Gas Station Proprietor: I didn’t mean nothin’ by it.
Anton Chigurh: Didn’t mean nothin’.
Gas Station Proprietor: I was just passin’ the time. If you don’t wanna accept that I don’t know what else to do for you. Will there be something else?
Anton Chigurh: I don’t know. Will there?
Gas Station Proprietor: Is somethin’ wrong?
Anton Chigurh: With what?
Gas Station Proprietor: With anything?
Anton Chigurh: Is that what you’re asking me? Is there something wrong with anything?
Gas Station Proprietor: Will there be anything else?
Anton Chigurh: You already asked me that.
Gas Station Proprietor: Well… I need to see about closin’.
Anton Chigurh: See about closing.
Gas Station Proprietor: Yessir.
Anton Chigurh: What time do you close?
Gas Station Proprietor: Now. We close now.
Anton Chigurh: Now is not a time. What time do you close?

[last lines]

Loretta Bell: How’d you sleep?
Ed Tom Bell: I don’t know. Had dreams.
Loretta Bell: Well you got time for ’em now. Anythin’ interesting?
Ed Tom Bell: They always is to the party concerned.
Loretta Bell: Ed Tom, I’ll be polite.
Ed Tom Bell: Alright then. Two of ’em. Both had my father in ’em . It’s peculiar. I’m older now then he ever was by twenty years. So in a sense he’s the younger man. Anyway, first one I don’t remember too well but it was about meeting him in town somewhere, he’s gonna give me some money. I think I lost it. The second one, it was like we was both back in older times and I was on horseback goin’ through the mountains of a night. Goin’ through this pass in the mountains. It was cold and there was snow on the ground and he rode past me and kept on goin’. Never said nothin’ goin’ by. He just rode on past… and he had his blanket wrapped around him and his head down and when he rode past I seen he was carryin’ fire in a horn the way people used to do and I could see the horn from the light inside of it. ‘Bout the color of the moon. And in the dream I knew that he was goin’ on ahead and he was fixin’ to make a fire somewhere out there in all that dark and all that cold, and I knew that whenever I got there he would be there. And then I woke up…
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Man who hires Wells: [about Chigurh] Just how dangerous is he?
Carson Wells: Compared to what? The bubonic plague?

Nervous Accountant: Are you going to shoot me?
Anton Chigurh: That depends. Do you see me?

Anton Chigurh: And you know what’s going to happen now. You should admit your situation. There would be more dignity in it.
Carson Wells: You go to hell.
Anton Chigurh: [Chuckles] Alright. Let me ask you something. If the rule you followed brought you to this, of what use was the rule?
Carson Wells: Do you have any idea how crazy you are?
Anton Chigurh: You mean the nature of this conversation?
Carson Wells: I mean the nature of you.

Ed Tom Bell: That man that shot you died in prison.
Ellis: Angola. Yeah…
Ed Tom Bell: What you’d done he had been released?
Ellis: Oh, I dunno. Nothing. Wouldn’t be no point in it.
Ed Tom Bell: I’m kindly surprised to hear you say that.
Ellis: Well all the time ya spend trying to get back what’s been took from ya, more is going out the door. After a while you just have to try to get a tourniquet on it. Your granddad never asked me to sign on as a deputy.

Ed Tom Bell: Now that’s aggravatin’.
Wendell: Sheriff?
Ed Tom Bell: [points to a bottle of milk] Still sweatin’.
Wendell: Whoa, Sheriff! We just missed him! We gotta circulate this! On Radio!
Ed Tom Bell: Alright. What we circulate? Lookin’ for a man who has recently drunk milk?

Ed Tom Bell: [talking to Ellis] I always figured when I got older, God would sorta come inta my life somehow. And he didn’t. I don’t blame him. If I was him I would have the same opinion of me that he does.

Llewelyn Moss: [talking over phone] Hello?
Anton Chigurh: Yes?
Llewelyn Moss: Is uh, Carson Wells there?
Anton Chigurh: Not in the sense that you mean. You need to come see me.
Llewelyn Moss: Who is this?
Anton Chigurh: You know who it is. You need to talk to me.
Llewelyn Moss: I don’t need to talk to you.
Anton Chigurh: I think you do. Do you know where I’m going?
Llewelyn Moss: Why would I care where you’re going?
Anton Chigurh: I know where you are.
Llewelyn Moss: Yeah? Where am I?
Anton Chigurh: You’re in the hospital across the river, but that’s not where I’m going. Do you know where I’m going?
Llewelyn Moss: [blood flows on the floor, and so Chigurh lifts his feet and rests them on the bed] Yeah, I know where you’re going.
Anton Chigurh: Alright.
Llewelyn Moss: You know she won’t be there.
Anton Chigurh: It doesn’t make any difference where she is.
Llewelyn Moss: So what are you going up there for?
Anton Chigurh: You know how this is going to turn out, don’t you?
Llewelyn Moss: Nope.
Anton Chigurh: I think you do. So this is what I’ll offer – you bring me the money and I’ll let her go. Otherwise she’s accountable, same as you. That’s the best deal you’re gonna get. I won’t tell you you can save yourself, because you can’t.

Loretta Bell: Be careful.
Ed Tom Bell: I always am.
Loretta Bell: Don’t get hurt.
Ed Tom Bell: I never do.
Loretta Bell: Don’t hurt no one.
Ed Tom Bell: [smiles] Well. If you say so.

Ed Tom Bell: You know Charlie Walser? Has the place east of Sanderson? Well you know how they used to slaughter beeves, hit ’em with a maul right here to stun ’em… and then up and slit their throats? Well here Charlie has one trussed up and all set to drain him and the beef comes to. It starts thrashing around, six hundred pounds of very pissed-off livestock if you’ll pardon me… Charlie grabs his gun there to shoot the damn thing in the head but what with the swingin’ and twistin’ it’s a glance-shot and ricochets around and comes back hits Charlie in the shoulder. You go see Charlie, he still can’t reach up with his right hand for his hat… Point bein’, even in the contest between man and steer the issue is not certain.

Carson Wells: Call me when you’ve had enough. I can even let you keep a little of the money.
Llewelyn Moss: If I was cuttin’ deals, why wouldn’t I go deal with this guy Chigurh?
Carson Wells: No no. No. You don’t understand. You can’t make a deal with him. Even if you gave him the money he’d still kill you. He’s a peculiar man. You could even say that he has principles. Principles that transcend money or drugs or anything like that. He’s not like you. He’s not even like me.
Llewelyn Moss: He don’t talk as much as you, I give him points for that.

Ed Tom Bell: But I think once you quit hearing “sir” and “ma’am,” the rest is soon to foller.

Wendell: That’s very linear Sheriff.
Ed Tom Bell: Well, age will flatten a man.

Wendell: You think this boy Moss has got any notion of the sorts of sons of bitches that’re huntin’ him?
Ed Tom Bell: I don’t know, he ought to. He’s seen the same things I’ve seen, and it’s certainly made an impression on me.

Man who hires Wells: Did I say you could sit?
Carson Wells: No, but you strike me as a man who wouldn’t want to waste his chair.

Wendell: [Viewing the desert crime scene] It’s a mess, ain’t it, Sheriff?
Ed Tom Bell: If it ain’t, it’ll do till the mess gets here.

Carson Wells: I was wondering…
Man who hires Wells: Yes?
Carson Wells: Could you validate my parking ticket?
Man who hires Wells: An attempt at humor, I suppose.
Carson Wells: I’m sorry… You know, I counted the floors to this building from the street.
Man who hires Wells: [sighs] And?
Carson Wells: There’s one missing.
Man who hires Wells: [sarcastically] We’ll look into it.

Boot Salesman: [Moss walks in wearing his hospital robe] How those Larry’s holdin’ up?
Llewelyn Moss: Uh, oh, good. Good! I need everything else.
Boot Salesman: OK.
Llewelyn Moss: Lotta people come in here without any clothes on?
Boot Salesman: No sir, it’s unusual.

Anton Chigurh: Would you hold still, please, sir?

Wendell: We goin’ in?
Ed Tom Bell: Gun out and up.
Wendell: [Wendell draws his pistol] What about yours?
Ed Tom Bell: I’m hidin’ behind you.

Carla Jean Moss: Llewelyn?
Llewelyn Moss: Yeah?
Carla Jean Moss: What are you doing, baby?
Llewelyn Moss: I’m going out.
Carla Jean Moss: Going where?
Llewelyn Moss: There’s something I forgot to do, but I’ll be back.
Carla Jean Moss: And what are you going to do?
Llewelyn Moss: I’m fixin’ to do something dumber than hell, but I’m going anyways.

Carla Jean’s Mother: It’s not often you see a Mexican in a suit.

Carson Wells: [sitting by bed] Buenos Dias. I’m guessing this isn’t the future you had planned for yourself when you first clapped eyes on that money. Don’t worry, I’m not the man who’s after you.
Llewelyn Moss: [in bed] I know that. I’ve seen him.
Carson Wells: You’ve seen him, and you’re not dead?
Llewelyn Moss: What’s this guy supposed to be, the ultimate badass?
Carson Wells: No, I wouldn’t describe him as that.
Llewelyn Moss: How would you describe him?
Carson Wells: I guess I would say he doesn’t have a sense of humor. His name is Chigurh.
Llewelyn Moss: Sugar?
Carson Wells: Chigurh, Anton Chigurh. Do you know how he found you?
Llewelyn Moss: Yeah, I know how he found me.
Carson Wells: Called a transponder.
Llewelyn Moss: Yeah, I know what it’s called. He won’t find me again.
Carson Wells: Not that way.
Llewelyn Moss: Not any way.
Carson Wells: Took me about three hours.
Llewelyn Moss: Yeah, well, I been immobile.
Carson Wells: No, you don’t understand.

Wendell: You know, there might not have been no money.
Ed Tom Bell: That’s possible.
Wendell: But you don’t believe it.
Ed Tom Bell: No. Probably I don’t.
Wendell: It’s a mess, ain’t it, sheriff?
Ed Tom Bell: If it ain’t, it’ll do till the mess gets here.

Carla Jean Moss: I got a bad feeling, Llewelyn.
Llewelyn Moss: Well I got a good feeling, so that should even out.

Sporting Goods Clerk: Tent poles?
Llewelyn Moss: Mmm-hmm.
Sporting Goods Clerk: You already have a tent?
Llewelyn Moss: Well, somethin’ like that.
Sporting Goods Clerk: Well, you give me the model number on the tent, I can order you the poles.
Llewelyn Moss: Nah, never mind. I want a tent.
Sporting Goods Clerk: Well, what kinda tent?
Llewelyn Moss: The kind with the most poles.

Anton Chigurh: I’m looking for Llewelyn Moss.
Desert Aire Manager: Did you go up to his trailer?
Anton Chigurh: Yes, I did.
Desert Aire Manager: Well, I’d say he’s at work. Do you want to leave a message?
Anton Chigurh: Where does he work?
Desert Aire Manager: I can’t say.
Anton Chigurh: Where does he work?
Desert Aire Manager: Sir, I ain’t at liberty to give out no information about our residents.
Anton Chigurh: Where does he work?
Desert Aire Manager: Did you not hear me? We can’t give out no information.

Llewelyn Moss: [after finding the drug crime scene] … Where’s the last guy? Ultimo hombre. Last man standing, must’ve been one.

Wendell: Aw, hells bells. They even shot the dog!

“Managerial” Victim #1: That’s a dead dog.Anton Chigurh: Yes it is.

Carla Jean Moss: Where’d you get the pistol?
Llewelyn Moss: At the gettin’ place.
Carla Jean Moss: Did you buy that gun?
Llewelyn Moss: No. I found it.
Carla Jean Moss: Llewelyn!
Llewelyn Moss: What? Quit hollerin’.
Carla Jean Moss: What’d you give for that thing?
Llewelyn Moss: You don’t need to know everything, Carla Jean.
Carla Jean Moss: I need to know that.
Llewelyn Moss: You keep runnin’ that mouth I’m gonna’ take you in the back and screw ya’.
Carla Jean Moss: Big talk.
Llewelyn Moss: Keep it up.
Carla Jean Moss: Fine. I don’t wanna’ know. I don’t even wanna’ know where you been all day.
Llewelyn Moss: That’ll work.

Carla Jean Moss: Sheriff, was that a true story about Charlie Walser?
Ed Tom Bell: Who’s Charlie Walser? Oh! Well… uh… a true story? I couldn’t swear to every detail but it’s certainly true that it is a story.

Llewelyn Moss: And by anybody I mean any swingin’ dick.

Anton Chigurh: Step out of your car, please.

Ed Tom Bell: The motel in Del Rio?
Wendell: Yes, sir. None of the three had I.D. on ’em, but they’re tellin’ me all three is Mexican… was Mexicans.
Ed Tom Bell: There’s a question, whether they stopped being and when.
Wendell: Yes, sir.

El Paso Sheriff: Yea, well, none of that explains your man though.
Ed Tom Bell: Uh-huh.
El Paso Sheriff: He’s just a goddamn homicidal lunatic, Ed Tom.
Ed Tom Bell: I’m not sure he’s a lunatic.
El Paso Sheriff: Yea well what would you call him?
Ed Tom Bell: Well, sometimes I think he’s pretty much a ghost.
El Paso Sheriff: Oh he’s real all right.
Ed Tom Bell: Oh yea.
El Paso Sheriff: Yea all that over at the Eagle Hotel? Huh, it’s beyond everything.
Ed Tom Bell: Yea. Got some hard bark on him.
El Paso Sheriff: Well… well, that don’t hardly say it. He shoots the desk clerk one day, walks right back in the next and shoots a retired army colonel.

Carla Jean Moss: I ain’t got the money. What little I had is long gone, and there’s bills aplenty to pay yet. I buried my mother today. Can’t pay for that neither.
Anton Chigurh: I wouldn’t worry about it.
Carla Jean Moss: I need to sit down.

Anton has just shot the Man who hires Wells in the throat, and is standing over his body
[to Nervous Accountant]
Anton Chigurh: Who are you?
Nervous Accountant: Me?
Anton Chigurh: Yes.
Nervous Accountant: Nobody… accounting.
Anton Chigurh: He gave the Mexicans a receiver.
[Anton sighs]
Nervous Accountant: He feels… he felt that the more people looking
[cut-off by Anton]
Anton Chigurh: That’s foolish. You pick the one right tool.
Nervous Accountant: I see. Are you going to shoot me?
Anton Chigurh: That depends. Do you see me?

Ed Tom Bell: Here last week they found this couple out in California. They rent out rooms for old people, kill’em, bury’em in the yard, cash their social security checks. Well, they’d tortur’em first, I don’t know why. Maybe the television set was broke.

Ed Tom Bell: You ride Winston.
Wendell: You sure?
Ed Tom Bell: Oh I’m sure. Anything happens to Loretta’s horse, I can tell ya I don’t want to be the party that was on board.

Llewelyn Moss: Yeah, I’m going to bring you something, alright. I decided to make you a special project of mine. You ain’t going have to come looking for me at all.
Moss hangs up the phone

“Managerial” Victim #2: [to Chigurh] Mind riding bitch?

Carson Wells: [Wells sits back and studies Moss] What do you do?
Llewelyn Moss: I’m retired.
Carson Wells: What did you do?
Llewelyn Moss: Welder.
Carson Wells: Acetylene? Mig? Tig?
Llewelyn Moss: Any of it. If it can be welded I can weld it.
Carson Wells: Cast iron?
Llewelyn Moss: Yeah.
Carson Wells: I don’t mean braze.
Llewelyn Moss: I didn’t say braze.
Carson Wells: Pot metal?
Llewelyn Moss: [annoyed] What did I say?

Llewelyn Moss: Médico… por favor.

Carla Jean Moss: What’s in the satchel?
Llewelyn Moss: It’s full of money.
Carla Jean Moss: [sarcastically] Yeah, that’ll be the day.

Wendell: [referring to the dead bodies in the desert] How come you reckon the coyotes ain’t been at them?
Ed Tom Bell: I don’t know. Supposedly, a coyote won’t eat a Mexican.

Ed Tom Bell: How many of those things you got now?
Ellis: Cats? Several. Well, depends what you mean by got. Some are half-wild, and some are just outlaws.

Carla Jean’s Mother: And I always seen this is what it would come to. Three years ago I pre-visioned it.
Carla Jean Moss: It ain’t even three years we been married.
Carla Jean’s Mother: Three years ago I said them very words. No and Good.
Cabbie at Bus Station: Yes ma’am.
Carla Jean’s Mother: Now here we are? Ninety degree heat. I got the cancer. And look at this. Not even a home to go to.
Cabbie at Bus Station: Yes ma’am.
Carla Jean’s Mother: We’re goin’ to El Paso Texas. You know how many people I know in El Paso Texas?
Cabbie at Bus Station: No ma’am.
Carla Jean’s Mother: [She holds up thumb and forefinger curled to make an O] That’s how many. Ninety degree heat.

Carla Jean Moss: [the cab is stopped outside the depot. Carla Jean and her mother and the driver are at the trunk struggling over bags] I got it Mama.
Carla Jean’s Mother: I didn’t see my Prednisone.
Carla Jean Moss: I put it in, Mama.
Carla Jean’s Mother: Well I didn’t see it.
Carla Jean Moss: Well I put it in. That one. You just set there. I’ll get tickets and a cart for the bags.
Well Dressed Mexican: [as Carla Jean goes to the station a man emerges from a car pulled up behind. He is a well-dressed Mexican of early middle age] Do you need help with the bags, madam?
Carla Jean’s Mother: Well thank god there’s one gentleman left in West Texas. Yes thank you. I am old and I am not well.
Well Dressed Mexican: Which bus are you taking?
Carla Jean’s Mother: We’re going to El Paso don’t ask me why. Discombobulated by a no-account son-in-law. Thank you. You don’t often see a Mexican in a suit.
Well Dressed Mexican: You go to El Paso? I know it. Where are you staying?

Poolside Woman: Oh… that’s who you keep looking out the window for?
Llewelyn Moss: Half…
Poolside Woman: What else then…?
Llewelyn Moss: Just looking for what’s coming…
Poolside Woman: Yeah… But no one ever sees that coming…

Llewelyn Moss: Oh, baby, things happen…

Boy on Bike #2: Look at that fucking bone.

Ed Tom Bell: Any word on those vehicles yet?
Sheriff Bell’s Secretary: Sheriff, I found out everything there was to find. Those vehicles are titled and registered to deceased people. The owner of that Bronco’s been dead 20 years. You want me to see if I can find out anything about the Mexican ones?
Ed Tom Bell: Oh, Lord no. Here’s this month’s checks.
Sheriff Bell’s Secretary: That DEA agent called again. You gonna wanna talk to him?
Ed Tom Bell: Gonna try to keep from him as much as I can.
Sheriff Bell’s Secretary: He’s goin’ back out there. Wanted to know if you wanted to go with him.
Ed Tom Bell: That’s cordial of him. Can I get you to call Loretta for me, tell her I’m going to Odessa to see Carla Jean Moss?
Sheriff Bell’s Secretary: Yeah, sure.
Ed Tom Bell: I’ll call her when I get there. I’d call her now but she’ll want me to come home and I just might.
Sheriff Bell’s Secretary: You want me to wait ’til you quit the building?
Ed Tom Bell: Uh-huh. Don’t wanna lie without what it’s absolutely necessary. What is it Torbert says about truth and justice?
Sheriff Bell’s Secretary: Oh… we dedicate ourselves daily and new. Somethin’ like that.
Ed Tom Bell: I’m gonna commence dedicatin’ myself twice daily. Might come to three times before it’s over with.

Boy on Bike #2: Mister? You got a bone stickin’ out of your arm.
Anton Chigurh: Let me just sit here a minute.

“Managerial” Victim #2: [Viewing the dead bodies in the desert] These are some ripe petunias!

Nocturnal Animals (2016) Trailer and Top Movie Quotes

Nocturnal Animals (2016) Trailer and Top Movie Quotes


A “story inside a story,” in which the first part follows a woman named Susan who receives a book manuscript from her ex-husband, a man whom she left 20 years earlier, asking for her opinion. The second element follows the actual manuscript, called “Nocturnal Animals,” which revolves around a man whose family vacation turns violent and deadly. It also continues to follow the story of Susan, who finds herself recalling her first marriage and confronting some dark truths about herself.

Best Nocturnal Animals (2016) Quotes

Susan Morrow: Do you ever feel like your life is turning into something you never intended?

[running into each other in the street]
Susan Morrow: Hi!
Edward Sheffield: Susan. Hi.
Susan Morrow: Good to see you.
Edward Sheffield: You look beautiful, as always.

Edward Sheffield: Do you know that you were my first crush?
Susan Morrow: You were my first crush too.

Anne Sutton: [to Susan] Don’t do this. He’s too weak for you. The things you love about him now are the things you’ll hate.

Alessia: I’m worried about you. Are you sleeping? You scared me the last time we talked.
Susan Morrow: You know me, I never sleep.

Susan Morrow: My ex-husband used to call me a nocturnal animal.
Alex: I didn’t know you had an ex-husband.
Susan Morrow: I’ve been thinking about him a lot lately, and then recently he sent me this book that he’s written. It’s violent and it’s sad, and he dedicated it to me.
Alex: Did you love him?
Susan Morrow: I did something horrible to him. I left him in a brutal way.

Tony Hastings: What are we going to do?
Bobby Andes: It’s a question of how serious you are about seeing justice done.

Anne Sutton: [to Susan] Don’t do this, you’ll regret it.

Susan Morrow: I’m going to live to regret this.

Ray Marcus: [to Tony] You’re crazy, you’re making a big mistake.

Ray Marcus: It’s fun to kill people, you should try it sometime.

Susan Morrow: [to Edward] I really wanted to this person that you thought I was.

Hutton Morrow: [to Susan] He’ll never find out.

Edward Sheffield: [to Susan] When you love someone you have to be careful with it, you might never get it again.

Bobby Andes: It’s going to be rough for him out there, not knowing how it’s going to come.

Edward Sheffield: [to Susan] Nobody gets away with what you did. Nobody.

Mechanic: Resurrection ( 2016 ) Trailer and Top Movie Quotes

Mechanic: Resurrection ( 2016 ) Trailer and Top Movie Quotes

Arthur Bishop, the master assassin who faked his death in hopes of putting that part of his ;life behind him, now lives a quiet life in Rio. But someone who knows who he is shows up and tells him, that if he wants to continue living this life, he will do three jobs for someone. Bishop tries to tell them he has the wrong man but they know who he is and if he won’t do the job, they will take him but he gets away. He then goes to a resort in Thailand run by a friend, Mae, where he tries to find out who is looking for him. Later a woman named Gina shows up looking for medical assistance and Mae can’t help but notice bruises all over her body. Mae deduces she’s a battered woman and when Mae hears her being beaten, Mae asks Bishop to help her. He goes and kills the guy she’s with. He kills the man and then sets fire to the boat he’s on. But he sees that Gina has a photo of him. He deduces that they one who wants him, sent her. He confronts her and she admits that she works at a children’s …

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Mae: The principle I represent has an offer for you. Each death must look like an accident. Your specialty I believe.
Arthur Bishop: I’m not doing his kills.

Arthur Bishop: [to Gina] I’m not doing those kills.

Riah Crain: [to Bishop] I’ve been waiting too long to get even with you.

Gina: [to Bishop] You have thirty-six hours to eliminate all the targets on this list, or they will eliminate me.

Gina: What’s going on?
Arthur Bishop: Gina Thorne, American, that’s you, right?
Gina: Yeah

Arthur Bishop: You’re the second woman who has my picture in her phone, first was working for a guy called Crain. That name ring a bell?
Gina: The only thing you got right was my name.
Arthur Bishop: First one’s always a messenger. Is that what you are? So what’s the message?
Gina: I already told you.

Arthur Bishop: Tell me about Crain. What are you supposed to do for him? Where is he?

[through the intercom]
Security Guard: There’s no sign of the intruder, Mr. Adams.
Max Adams: That’s because he’s sitting right in front of me in the safe room, jack-off.
[we see Bishop sat in a chair pointing his gun at Adams]

Arthur Bishop: I’ve spent my whole life setting up people to die.

Arthur Bishop: I want to help you avoid an accident.
Max Adams: What do you have in mind?
Arthur Bishop: You’ll have to die.

Max Adams: I never imagined that dying would be so daring.

Gina: They’re a lot less, aren’t they?
Arthur Bishop: So am I.

Wild Card (2015) Trailer and top movie quotes

Wild Card (2015) Trailer and top movie quotes



Nick Wild (Jason Statham) is a Las Vegas bodyguard with lethal professional skills and a personal gambling problem. When a friend is beaten by a sadistic thug, Nick strikes back, only to find out the thug is the son of a powerful mob boss. Suddenly Nick is plunged into the criminal underworld, chased by enforcers and wanted by the mob. Having raised the stakes, Nick has one last play to change his fortunes…and this time, it’s all or nothing.

Nick Wild: I’ve been knocked down, blown up, lied to, shit on, and shot at. So nothing surprises me much anymore, except the things that people do to each other. I’m a licensed pilot, took karate in Tokyo. I lectured on economics at Yale. I can memorize the front pages of The New York Times in five minutes, and repeat it back to you in five weeks. I was National Golden Gloves champion three years in a row. I’m fluent in four languages, and can wrestle with a menu in five more.
Cyrus Kinnick: Jesus!
Nick Wild: Don’t interrupt me. There’s more.
Cyrus Kinnick: More?
Nick Wild: Yeah. I lie a lot.

Nick Wild: If they kill me?Holly: I’ll be miserable for days.

Cyrus Kinnick: Safety means much to me. I checked under every synonym for safety, but there was no Nick Wild.
Nick Wild: Well, you should have tried between “chapels” and “charm schools.”

Cyrus Kinnick: Being smart is the only defense I’ve ever had, but it’s not enough anymore.

Baby: It seems that somebody broke into room 3506 last night, beat up on three guys, and took $50,000.
Nick Wild: And that was before I had my Wheaties.
Baby: [laughs heartily] If only that were funny.

Nick Wild: I know now what I really need.
Cyrus Kinnick: What’s that?
Nick Wild: ‘Fuck you’ money!

Nick Wild: Dyin’ ain’t so bad. And at least I’ll be out of Las Vegas.
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Nick Wild: [Offering his hand to Cyrus to shake] You’re a good friend.
Cyrus Kinnick: [Taking Nick’s hand, surprised] Friends?
Cyrus Kinnick: [while shaking hands] Don’t ruin it.

Synchronicity (IV) 2015 Top Movie Quotes

Synchronicity (IV) 2015 Top Movie Quotes

Synchronicity (IV) 2015 Top Movie Quotes
From the creators of The Signal (Sundance 2007) comes Synchronicity, a mind-bending ‘Sci-fi Noir’ in the tradition of Dark City, Blade Runner, and Alphaville. When physicist Jim Beale invents a machine that can fold space-time, a rare Dahlia appears from the future. He must now find the flower’s identical match in the present to prove his machine works. Jim soon discovers that the Dahlia lies in the hands of a mysterious girl, who seduces him into revealing his secrets. Convinced that he’s fallen prey to a femme fatale trying to steal his invention, Jim travels back in time to stop her betrayal before it happens. But once in the past, Jim uncovers a surprising truth about the machine, the girl, and his own reality.

Synchronicity (IV) 2015 Top Movie Quotes

Abby: An infinite number of possibilities. An infinite number of choices. An infinite number of outcomes.

Abby: To be so close to controlling time.

The Butterfly Effect (2004) Top Movie Quotes

The Butterfly Effect (2004) Top Movie Quotes

The Butterfly Effect (2004) Top Movie Quotes
Evan Treborn grows up in a small town with his single, working mother and his friends. He suffers from memory blackouts where he suddenly finds himself somewhere else, confused. Evan’s friends and mother hardly believe him, thinking he makes it up just to get out of trouble. As Evan grows up he has fewer of these blackouts until he seems to have recovered. Since the age of seven he has written a diary of his blackout moments so he can remember what happens. One day at college he starts to read one of his old diaries, and suddenly a flashback hits him like a brick

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Jason Treborn: You can’t change who people are without destroying who they were.
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Title Card: It has been said something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world. – Chaos Theory

Dr. Redfield: Just think of your mind as a movie, you can pause, rewind or slow down any details you want.

Evan: Where’s Kayleigh?
Lenny: Who’s Kayleigh?
[Evan looks confused]
Lenny: You want me to take you to the doctor?
Evan: No, I think everything’s gonna be all right this time.

[Evan tells Kayleigh to cover her ears]
Evan at 7: What time is it?
Mr. George Miller: It’s time for you to do what I tell you to do.
Evan at 7: Wrong answer, fuckbag. This is the very moment of your reckoning. In the next 30 seconds you’re gonna open up one of two doors. The first door will forever traumatize your own flesh and blood.
Mr. George Miller: What, what, what’s happening? How are you doing this?
Evan at 7: It’ll change your daughter from a beautiful child into an empty shell whose only concept of trust was betrayed by her own sick pedophile father. Ultimately? It’ll lead to her suicide. Nice work, Daddy.
Mr. George Miller: Who are you?
Evan at 7: Let’s just say you’re being closely watched, George. Your other option is to treat Kayleigh like, say, like a loving father treats his daughter. Sound okay to you, Papa?
Mr. George Miller: Yes.
Evan at 7: Listen close then, fuckbag. You screw this up again – I’ll flat-out castrate you. What you need to do, is discipline your son Tommy, ’cause the kid is one sadistic pup. One last thing…
[Evan whispers something in Kayleigh’s ear]
Kayleigh at 7: [yelling at her father] Don’t ever touch me again!
Mr. George Miller: I won’t.

[first lines]
[reading aloud as he writes a note]
Evan: If anyone finds this, it means my plan didn’t work and I’m already dead. But if I can somehow go back to the beginning of all of this, I might be able to save her.

Evan’s note to Kayleigh: I’ll come back for you.

Evan: Jesus speaks to me in my dreams.

Evan: When we were kids, your dad was making a movie about “Robin Hood” or something…
Kayleigh Miller: What do you want to know, Evan?
Evan: Is… Did he… What happened in the basement?
Kayleigh Miller: Look, it was a long time ago. Is that why you came all the way back here? To ask a lot of stupid questions about “Robin Hood”?
Evan: No, I… I just think something really bad might’ve happened.
Kayleigh Miller: Is there a point to any of this?
Evan: Look… whatever happened, it wasn’t our fault, we were kids. I mean, there is nothing that we could do to have deserved or could’ve done…
Kayleigh Miller: Just shut up, Evan, you’re wasting your breath.
Evan: You can’t hate yourself because your dad’s a twisted freak.
Kayleigh Miller: Who are you trying to convince, Evan? You come all the way back here to stir up my shit just because you have a bad memory? What? Do you want me to just cry on your shoulder and tell you everything’s all better now? Well fuck you, Evan. Nothing’s all better, okay? Nothing ever gets better. You know, if I was so wonderful Evan, why didn’t you call me? Why did you just leave me here to rot?

[after handless Evan has just tried to commit suicide by drowning himself in the bathtub]
Tommy: You forgot to put the toaster on the ledge.
Evan: Lenny likes Poptarts. You guys are all the better now.
Tommy: I know it’s hard but you can’t give up.
Evan: I can’t even fucking kill myself.
Tommy: Don’t talk like that.
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Evan: I just thought that you should know.
Kayleigh Miller: Know what?
Evan: That you were happy once… with me.
Kayleigh Miller: You know there’s one major hole in your story, there is no fucking way on this planet, nor any other I would ever be in some fucking sorority.
Evan: [Whispering] You were happy there…

Evan: [to Kayleigh] I lost you once and I’m not losing you again.

[In his second college-age timeline, Evan realizes that he has to be unkind to the fraternity pledges, because other fraternity members are watching them]
Evan: Give me the Greek alphabet. Give it to me! “Uh, uh, uh, uh, uh, uh?” Alpha, beta, gamma, delta, epsilon, zeta, eta, theta, iota, kappa, lambda, mu, nu, xi, omicron, pi, rho, sigma, tau, upsilon, phi, chi, psi, omega, Sir! Maybe that’s what it is!

Evan: [Repeated insult] Fuck Bag.

Nazi Inmate #1: Shit on my dick, or blood on my knife?

[to the neo-Nazi inmates]
Evan: So, should I suck your dick now?

[upon discovering his armlessness]
Evan: What the fuck is this?

Jason Treborn: You can’t play God son.

Frat Guy: Shower that, bitch.

[Evan visits Kayleigh, who has now become a prostitute]
Kayleigh: So, how’s tricks? Sorry, occupational humor.
Evan: I got it.

Kayleigh: Hurry up, I want a quickie before school!

Dr. Redfield: There are no journals.

Evan: Yeah, you remember me? We had a nice chat once when I was seven…

[time traveling Evan at age 7 threatens George Miller with a lighted stick of dynamite]
Mr. George Miller: Evan! Put that out, or you’ll blow off both your hands!
Evan at 7: Been there, done that.

Kayleigh: Nothing’s all better, okay? Nothing ever gets better!

Evan: Shit, no arms.

Evan: Are you walking home? Can I walk you?

Evan Treborn at 13: You really have no clue how beautiful you are, do you?

Tommy at 13: [when he sees his sister kissing Evan] What are you doing?

Andrea: [to 13-year-old Evan] Don’t worry. You have plenty of time.
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Thumper: Maybe there’s a reason you repressed the day some pervert had you in your tighty-whities.
[glances at Evan’s journals]
Thumper: I’d think twice about what you’re doing. You could wake up a lot more fucked up than you are now.
Evan: More fucked up than I already am? You think you know me? *I* don’t know me!
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Kayleigh Miller: Where’d you learn those new tricks?
Evan: What? It… it wasn’t… weird… was it?
Kayleigh Miller: Yeah, if you call multiple orgasms weird!

[in the reality where Kayleigh is with Lenny]
Evan: So, do you think it might have worked?
Kayleigh: Yeah… But that’s not how things wound up… I’m with Lenny, Lenny is your friend… and that’s where it ends.
Evan: Well… Would it make a difference if I told you that no one could possibly ever love anyone as much as I love you?
[Kayleigh looks sympathetic about Evan’s feelings]
Evan: …I’m not saying that, I am just saying it like if you were a girl, would that be something you would want to hear?

[director’s cut]
Tommy: True happiness can only be achieved through sacrifice, like the sacrifices our parents have made for us to be here today.
Kayleigh: Woo-hoo! Great, Tommy!

[theatrical version]
Evan: I’m just running a little late. Yeah, I had to finish up with the patients. Well, get the soup or something. All right. Love you, mom. Bye-bye.
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Lenny at 13: [after Tommy gives Lenny the block buster] Wait a minute, I’m not touching this thing. Look how small the fuse is. I’ll get busted.
Evan Treborn at 13: [puts a cigarette on the block buster] Here. That should give you two minutes.
Lenny at 13: [in a fake voice] Gee, thanks, friend.

Evan: Hey Thumper, you got the time?
Thumper: Whatsa matter, you lost your Rolex? Fuck you frat-boy!
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Evan: You’re the girl that was with those assholes throwing popcorn at Thumper… and your name is Gwen… I know you.
Gwen: Seriously Evan, lay off the blow