Top Gladiator Movie Quotes 2000

Top Gladiator Movie Quotes 2000

A former Roman General sets out to exact vengeance against the corrupt emperor who murdered his family and sent him into slavery.

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Top Gladiator Movie Quotes 2000

Top Gladiator Movie Quotes 2000

Top Gladiator Movie Quotes 2000

Top Gladiator Movie Quotes 2000

Top Gladiator Movie Quotes 2000

Top Gladiator Movie Quotes 2000

Top Gladiator Movie Quotes 2000

Top Gladiator Movie Quotes 2000

Quintus: People should know when they’re conquered.
Gen. Maximus: Would you, Quintus? Would I?

Maximus: The frost.. sometimes it makes the blade stick

Proximo: And the great whore will suckle us until we are fat and happy and can suckle no more.

Maximus: Brothers, what we do in life echoes in eternity.

Proximo: You should see the Colosseum Spaniard. Fifty-thousand Romans… watching every movement of your sword… willing you to make that killer blow. The silence before you strike and the noise afterwards. It rises. It rises up… like a storm. As if you were the thunder god himself.
Proximo: You should see the Colosseum Spaniard. Fifty-thousand Romans watching every movement of your sword, willing you to make that killer blow. The silence before you strike and the noise afterwards. It rises. It rises up like a storm. As if you were the thunder god himself.

Maximus: My name is Gladiator

Proximo: Gladiators… I salute you.

Juba: I will see you again, but not yet. Not yet.

Commodus: If you’re very good, tomorrow night I’ll tell you the story of emperor Claudius who was betrayed by those closest to him, by his own blood. They whispered in dark corners and went out late at night and conspired and conspired but the emperor Claudius knew they were up to something. He knew they were busy little bees. And one night he sat down with one of them and he looked at her and he said, “Tell me what you’ve been doing busy little bee or I shall strike down those dearest to you. You shall watch as I bathe in their blood.” And the emperor was heartbroken. The little bee had wounded him more deeply than anyone else could ever have done.
Commodus: If you’re very good, tomorrow night I’ll tell you the story of emperor Claudius who was betrayed by those closest to him, by his own blood. They whispered in dark corners and went out late at night and conspired and conspired but the emperor Claudius knew they were up to something. He knew they were busy little bees. And one night he sat down with one of them and he looked at her and he said, ‘Tell me what you’ve been doing busy little bee or I shall strike down those dearest to you. You shall watch as I bathe in their blood.’ And the emperor was heartbroken. The little bee had wounded him more deeply than anyone else could ever have done.

Marcus Aurelius: I am dying, Maximus. When a man sees his end, he wants to know there was some purpose to his life. How will the world speak my name in years to come? Will I be known as the philosopher? The warrior? The tyrant? Or will I be the emperor who gave Rome back her true self? There was once a dream that was Rome.

Maximus: What we do in life echoes in eternity.

Maximus: What We Do In Life, Echos In Eternity.
Maximus: What we do in life echoes in eternity.

Lucilla: Is Rome worth one good man’s life? We believed it once. Make us believe it again. He was a soldier of Rome. Honor him.
Gracchus: Who will help me carry him?

Juba: You have a great name. He must kill your name before he kills you.

Lucilla: Today I saw a slave become more powerful than the Emperor of Rome.

Gracchus: I don’t pretend to be a man of the people. But I do try to be a man for the people.

Marcus Aurelius: There was once a dream that was Rome. You could only whisper it. Anything more than a whisper and it would vanish, it was so fragile.

Maximus: At my signal, unleash hell!

Marcus Aurelius: Death smiles us all. All a man can do is smile back.

Commodus: A general who became a slave. A slave who became a gladiator. A gladiator who defied an emperor.

Maximus: Father to a murdered son. Husband to a murdered wife. And I will have my vengeance, in this life or the next.

Maximus: Are you not entertained?

Proximo: Ultimately, we are all dead men. Sadly we cannot choose how but we can decide how we meet that end in order that we are remembered as men
Proximo: Ultimately, we are all dead men. Sadly we cannot choose how but we can decide how we meet that end in order that we are remembered as men.

Maximus: “What we do in life…..echoes in eternity”
Maximus: What we do in life… echoes in eternity.

Proximo: We are nothing but dust and shadows. Dust and shadows!

Maximus: At my signal….. unleash hell!

Maximus: Five thousand of my men are out there in the freezing mud. Three thousand of them are bloodied and cleaved. Two thousand will never leave this place. I will not believe they fought and died for nothing.

Juba: Can they hear you?
Maximus: Who?
Juba: Your family. In the afterlife.
Maximus: Oh yes.
Juba: What do you say to them?
Maximus: To my son – I tell him I will see him again soon. To keep his heels down while riding his horse. To my wife… that is not your business.

Maximus: My name is Maximus Decimus Meridius, commander of the Armies of the North, General of the Felix Legions, loyal servant to the true emperor, Marcus Aurelius. Father to a murdered son, husband to a murdered wife. And I will have my vengeance, in this life or the next.

Maximus: Strength and honor

Maximus: ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED!?

Quintus: I’m sorry, Ceaser has spoken. Ride until dawn… and then execute him.
Maximus: Quintus look at me, look at me! Promise me that you will you look after my family.
Quintus: Your family will meet you in the afterlife.
Maximus: NO! (Is hit in the head by a sword and falls unconscious)

Juba: I will see you again… but not yet. Not yet!

Proximo: You have sold me queer giraffes.

Maximus: Brothers, what we do in life… echoes in eternity.

Commodus: Am I not merciful? AM I NOT MERCIFUL?
Commodus: Am I not merciful? [Lucilla turns her head]
Commodus: AM I NOT MERCIFUL?

Juba: [to his dead friend] I will see you again… but not yet… not yet…
Juba: I will see you again… but not yet… not yet.

Maximus: Are you not Entertained?
Maximus: [after swiftly dispatching another gladiator] Are you not entertained?

Commodus: it vexes me. I am extremely vexed
Commodus: It vexes me. I’m terribly vexed.

Maximus: At my signal, unleash hell.

Maximus: Maximus: Strength and Honour

Maximus: My name is Maximus Decimus Meridius, commander of the Armies of the North, General of the Felix Legions, loyal servant to the true emperor, Marcus Aurelius. Father to a murdered son, husband to a murdered wife. And I will have my vengeance, in this life or the next.

Maximus: Father to a murdered son. Husband to a murdered wife. And I will have my vengeance, in this life or the next.

Maximus: Are you not entertained?

Commodus: Your Emperor asks for your loyalty, Maximus. Take my hand, I only offer it once.

Gracchus: I don’t pretend to be a man of the people. But I do try to be a man for the people.

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Inglourious Basterds (2009) Top Quotes and Review

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Story : It’s WWII, the battleground, Nazi-occupied France. The Nazis are doing whatever they need to to flush out and exterminate Jews, the most proficient and prolific of the Jew hunters being the sadistic SS Colonel Hans Landa. As such, the American military forms a unit, led by Lieutenant Aldo Raine and comprised of eight Jews, to kill as many Nazis as possible. Raine requests each of his men to bring him the scalp of at least 100 Nazis apiece. He has his own method of ensuring that those Nazis he does allow or need to let go free are scarred for life. In Paris in 1944, Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi’s chief propaganda master and filmmaker, plans to debut his latest film, “Nation’s Pride”. The film, based on the victorious military exploits of Private Fredrick Zoller, stars Zoller as himself. Because of his attraction to its pretty proprietress Emmanuelle Mimieux, Zoller convinces Goebbels and the Nazi brass to hold the premiere at Mimieux’s cinema. Landa is to act as chief of security for the event. When the Americans get wind of the screening and the fact that most of the Nazi highers-up will be in attendance, Raine’s team is tasked with blowing up the cinema during the screening. They are assisted by renowned German actress, Bridget von Hammersmark, who has been working as a spy for the British. They believe luck is on their side when they learn that Hitler himself is scheduled to attend. Beyond being found out, Raine’s team face two as of yet unknown issues. The first is Mimieux, who is really Shoshanna Dreyfus, a Jew who saw her family brutally murdered by Landa four years earlier, and who may have her own plans for Landa and the Nazis. The second is Landa, who beyond his up front mission, has another more personal mission for his life post-war unknown to anyone but himself.

by Huggo

Lt. Aldo Raine: My name is Lt. Aldo Raine and I’m putting together a special team, and I need me eight soldiers. Eight Jewish-American soldiers. Now, y’all might’ve heard rumors about the armada happening soon. Well, we’ll be leaving a little earlier. We’re gonna be dropped into France, dressed as civilians. And once we’re in enemy territory, as a bushwhackin’ guerrilla army, we’re gonna be doin’ one thing and one thing only… killin’ Nazis. Now, I don’t know about y’all, but I sure as hell didn’t come down from the goddamn Smoky Mountains, cross five thousand miles of water, fight my way through half of Sicily and jump out of a fuckin’ air-o-plane to teach the Nazis lessons in humanity. Nazi ain’t got no humanity. They’re the foot soldiers of a Jew-hatin’, mass murderin’ maniac and they need to be dee-stroyed. That’s why any and every son of a bitch we find wearin’ a Nazi uniform, they’re gonna die. Now, I’m the direct descendant of the mountain man Jim Bridger. That means I got a little Injun in me. And our battle plan will be that of an Apache resistance. We will be cruel to the Germans, and through our cruelty they will know who we are. And they will find the evidence of our cruelty in the disemboweled, dismembered, and disfigured bodies of their brothers we leave behind us. And the German won’t not be able to help themselves but to imagine the cruelty their brothers endured at our hands, and our boot heels, and the edge of our knives. And the German will be sickened by us, and the German will talk about us, and the German will fear us. And when the German closes their eyes at night and they’re tortured by their subconscious for the evil they have done, it will be with thoughts of us they are tortured with. Sound good?
Sgt. Donny Donowitz, Pfc. Hirschberg, Pfc. Andy Kagan, Pfc. Simon Sakowitz, Pfc. Omar Ulmer, Pfc. Smithson Utivich, Cpl. Wilhelm Wicki, Pfc. Michael Zimmerman: YES, SIR!
Lt. Aldo Raine: That’s what I like to hear. But I got a word of warning for all you would-be warriors. When you join my command, you take on debit. A debit you owe me personally. Each and every man under my command owes me one hundred Nazi scalps. And I want my scalps. And all y’all will git me one hundred Nazi scalps, taken from the heads of one hundred dead Nazis. Or you will die tryin’.

Lt. Aldo Raine: Well, I speak the most Italian, so I’ll be your escort. Donowitz speaks the second most, so he’ll be your Italian cameraman. Omar speaks third most, so he’ll be Donny’s assistant.
Pfc. Omar Ulmer: I don’t speak Italian.
Lt. Aldo Raine: Like I said, third best. Just keep your fuckin’ mouth shut. In fact, why don’t you start practicing, right now!

Lt. Aldo Raine: You didn’t say the goddamn rendezvous was in a fuckin’ basement.
Lt. Archie Hicox: I didn’t know.
Lt. Aldo Raine: You said it was in a tavern.
Lt. Archie Hicox: It is a tavern.
Lt. Aldo Raine: Yeah, in a basement. You know, fightin’ in a basement offers a lot of difficulties. Number one being, you’re fightin’ in a basement!

Lt. Aldo Raine: [Drawing a map] Up the road apiece, there’s an orchard. Now, besides you, we know there’s another kraut patrol fuckin’ around there somewhere. Now if that patrol were to have any crackshots, that orchard would be a goddamn sniper’s delight. Now, if you ever want to eat a sauerkraut sandwich again, you gotta show me on this here map where they are, you gotta tell me how many there are, and you gotta tell me what kinda artillery they’re carrying with ’em.
Sgt. Werner Rachtman: You can’t expect me to divulge information that would put German lives in danger.

Lt. Aldo Raine: Well, now Werner, that’s where you’re wrong, because that’s exactly what I expect. I need to know about Germans hiding in them trees, and you need to tell me, and you need to tell me right now. Now, just take that finger of yours and point out on this here map where this party’s being held, how many’s coming, and what they brought to play with.
Sgt. Werner Rachtman: [puts his hand over his heart] I respectfully refuse, sir.
Lt. Aldo Raine: [a smack is heard offscreen] Hear that?
Sgt. Werner Rachtman: Yes.
Lt. Aldo Raine: That’s Sgt. Donny Donowitz. You might know him better by his nickname: “The Bear Jew”. Now, if you heard of Aldo the Apache, you gotta have heard of the Bear Jew.
Sgt. Werner Rachtman: I’ve heard of the Bear Jew.
Lt. Aldo Raine: What d’you hear?
Sgt. Werner Rachtman: He beats German soldiers with a club.
Lt. Aldo Raine: He bashes their brains in with a baseball bat is what he does. Now, Werner, I’m gonna ask you one last goddamn time, if you still respectfully refuse, I’m callin’ the Bear Jew over. He’s gonna take that big bat of his, and he’s gonna beat your ass to death with it. Now, take your wiener schnitzel lickin’ finger and point out on this map what I want to know.
Sgt. Werner Rachtman: [after brief pause] Fuck you… and your Jew dogs!
[the Basterds all laugh]
Lt. Aldo Raine: Actually, Werner, we’re all tickled to here you say that. Quite frankly, watchin’ Donny beat Nazis to death is the closest we ever get to goin’ to the movies. Donny!
Sgt. Donny Donowitz: [from offscreen] Yeah?
Lt. Aldo Raine: We got a German here who wants to die for his country! Oblige him!

Major Dieter Hellstrom: [in German] I must say, I grow weary of these monkeyshines.
[Maj. Hellstrom cocks his Walther pistol and aims it at Lt. Hicox under the table]
Major Dieter Hellstrom: Did you hear that? That was the sound of my Walther. Pointed right at your testicles.
Lt. Archie Hicox: Why do you have your Walther pointed at my testicles?
Major Dieter Hellstrom: Because you’ve just given yourself away, Captain. You’re no more German than that scotch.
Lt. Archie Hicox: Well, Major…
Bridget von Hammersmark: Major…
Major Dieter Hellstrom: Shut up, slut! You were saying?
Lt. Archie Hicox: I was saying that that makes two of us. I’ve had a gun pointed at your balls since you sat down.
[Stiglitz takes Hellstrom by the shoulder and aggressively forces a gun against his crotch]
Sgt. Hugo Stiglitz: That makes three of us. And at this range, I’m a real Frederick Zoller.
Major Dieter Hellstrom: Looks like we have a bit of a sticky situation here.
Lt. Archie Hicox: What’s going to happen, Major… you’re going to stand up and walk out that door with us.
Major Dieter Hellstrom: No, no, no, no, no, no. I don’t think so. I’m afraid you and I… we both know, Captain… no matter what happens to anybody else in this room… the two of us aren’t going anywhere. Too bad about Sergeant Wilhelm and his famous friends. If any of you expect to live, you’ll have to shoot them too. Looks like little Max will grow up an orphan. How sad.
Lt. Archie Hicox: [In English] Well, if this is it, old boy, I hope you don’t mind if I go out speaking the King’s.
Major Dieter Hellstrom: [In English] By all means, Captain.
Lt. Archie Hicox: [picks up his glass of scotch] There’s a special rung in hell reserved for people who waste good scotch. Seeing as how I may be rapping on the door momentarily…
[drinks his scotch]
Lt. Archie Hicox: I must say, damn good stuff, Sir.
[sets his glass down and smokes his cigarette]
Lt. Archie Hicox: Now, about this pickle… we find ourselves in. It would appear there’s only one thing left for you to do.
Major Dieter Hellstrom: And what would that be?
Lt. Archie Hicox: Stiglitz…
Sgt. Hugo Stiglitz: Say “Auf Wiedersehen” to your Nazi balls!
[Stiglitz fires his gun into Hellstrom’s crotch]

[last lines]
Lt. Aldo Raine: Y’know… Utivich ‘n myself heard that deal you made with the brass. “End the war tonight”?… I’d make that deal. How ’bout you Utivich, you make that deal?
Pfc. Smithson Utivich: [busy scalping Hermann] I’d make that deal.
Lt. Aldo Raine: I don’t blame ya! Damn good deal! And that purty little nest you feathered for yourself. Well, if you’re willing to barbecue the whole high command, I ‘spose that’s worth certain considerations. But I do have one question. When you get to your little place on Nantucket Island, I ‘magine you’re gonna take off that handsome-lookin’ S.S. uniform of yours, ain’tcha?… That’s what I thought. Now that I can’t abide. How ’bout you Utivich, can you abide it?
Pfc. Smithson Utivich: [finishes scalping Hermann] Not one damn bit, sir.
Lt. Aldo Raine: I mean, if I had my way… you’d wear that goddamn uniform for the rest of your pecker-suckin’ life. But I’m aware that ain’t practical, I mean at some point you’re gonna hafta take it off. So. I’m ‘onna give you a little somethin’ you can’t take off.
[cut to Landa screaming and crying as Raine carves a swastika into his forehead]
Lt. Aldo Raine: [smirks widely] You know somethin’, Utivich? I think this just might be my masterpiece!
[Raine and Utvich grin sardonically as the credits roll

Lt. Aldo Raine: You probably heard we ain’t in the prisoner-takin’ business; we in the killin’ Nazi business. And cousin, business is a-boomin’.

Col. Hans Landa: The feature that makes me such an effective hunter of the Jews is, as opposed to most German soldiers, I can think like a Jew, where they can only think like a German… more precisely, German soldier. Now, if one were to determine what attribute the German people share with a beast, it would be the cunning and the predatory instinct of a hawk. But if one were to determine what attributes the Jews share with a beast, it would be that of the rat. The Führer and Goebbels’s propaganda have said pretty much the same thing, but where our conclusions differ is I don’t consider the comparison an insult. Consider, for a moment, the world a rat lives in. It’s a hostile world, indeed. If a rat were to scamper through your front door right now, would you greet it with hostility?
Perrier LaPadite: I suppose I would.
Col. Hans Landa: Has a rat ever done anything to you to create this animosity you feel towards them?
Perrier LaPadite: Rats spread diseases. They bite people.
Col. Hans Landa: Rats were the cause of the bubonic plague, but that’s some time ago. I propose to you, any disease a rat could spread, a squirrel could equally carry. Would you agree?
Perrier LaPadite: Oui.
Col. Hans Landa: Yet I assume you don’t share the same animosity with squirrels that you do with rats, do you?
Perrier LaPadite: No.
Col. Hans Landa: But they’re both rodents, are they not? And except for the tail, they even rather look alike, don’t they?
Perrier LaPadite: It’s an interesting thought, Herr Colonel.
Col. Hans Landa: Ha! However interesting as the thought may be, it makes not one bit of difference to how you feel. If a rat were to walk in here right now, as I’m talking, would you greet it with a saucer of your delicious milk?
Perrier LaPadite: Probably not.
Col. Hans Landa: I didn’t think so. You don’t like them. You don’t really know why you don’t like them; all you know is you find them repulsive. Consequently, a German soldier conducts a search of a house suspected of hiding Jews. Where does the hawk look? He looks in the barn, he looks in the attic, he looks in the cellar, he looks everywhere he would hide. But there’s so many places it would never occur to a hawk to hide. However, the reason the Führer has brought me off my Alps in Austria and placed me in French cow country today is because it does occur to me. Because I’m aware what tremendous feats human beings are capable of once they abandon dignity.

Col. Hans Landa: [giddy] Oooh, that’s a bingo! Is that the way you say it? “That’s a bingo?”
Lt. Aldo Raine: You just say “bingo.”
Col. Hans Landa: Bingo! How fun! But, I digress. Where were we?

Lt. Aldo Raine: [Aldo shoots Hans’ driver Hermann, and gives Utivich a knife] Scalp Hermann.
Col. Hans Landa: Are you mad? What have you done? I made a deal with your general for that man’s life!
Lt. Aldo Raine: Yeah, they made that deal, but they don’t give a fuck about him. They need you.
Col. Hans Landa: You’ll be shot for this!
Lt. Aldo Raine: Nah, I don’t think so. More like chewed out. I’ve been chewed out before.

[repeated line]
Lt. Aldo Raine: I’m gonna give you a little somethin’ you can’t take off.

Lt. Aldo Raine: [very bad Italian accent] Arriverderci.

Col. Hans Landa: AU REVOIR, SHOSANNA!

Bridget von Hammersmark: I know this is a silly question before I ask it, but can you Americans speak any other language besides English?

Sgt. Donny Donowitz: [Aldo is carving a swastika into Private Butz’s forehead] You know, Lieutenant, you’re getting pretty good at that.
Lt. Aldo Raine: You know how you get to Carnegie Hall, don’t ya? Practice.

Col. Hans Landa: [to Aldo] So you’re “Aldo the Apache”.
Lt. Aldo Raine: So you’re “the Jew Hunter”.
Col. Hans Landa: A detective. A damn good dectective. Finding people is my specialty so naturally I work for the Nazis finding people, and yes some of them were Jews. But “Jew Hunter”?
Col. Hans Landa: [reacts in disgust] It’s just a name that stuck.
Pfc. Smithson Utivich: Well, you do have to admit, it is catchy.
Col. Hans Landa: Do you control the nicknames your enemies bestow on you? “Aldo the Apache” and “the Little Man”?
Pfc. Smithson Utivich: [confused] What do you mean “the Little Man”?
Col. Hans Landa: Germans’ nickname for you.
Pfc. Smithson Utivich: The Germans’ nickname for me is “the Little Man”?
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Sgt. Donny Donowitz: Teddy fuckin’ Williams knocks it out of the park! Fenway Park on its feet for Teddy fuckin’ Ballgame! He went yardo on that one, out to fuckin’ Lansdowne Street!
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[Raine is interrogating Rachtman and poitning out all of his men]
Lt. Aldo Raine: And another one over there, you might be familiar with: Sgt. Hugo Stiglitz. Heard of ’em?
Sgt. Werner Rachtman: Everybody in the German army’s heard of Hugo Stiglitz.
[Some of the Basterds laugh, and the camera focuses on Stiglitz; the scene freezes and the words “Hugo Stiglitz” appear on the screen]
Narrator: [voice-over] The reason for Hugo Stiglitz’s celebrity among German soldiers is simple. As a German enlisted man, he killed thirteen Gestapo officers.
[Stiglitz is seen strangling one officer with a cord; stabbing another multiple times in the head through a pillow; and asphyxiating one with his bare hands]
Narrator: [voice-over] Instead of putting him up against a wall, the High Command decided to send him back to Berlin, to be made an example of.
[cuts to Stiglitz locked in a cell]
Narrator: Needless to say, once the Basterds heard of him, he never got there.
[One of Raine’s men slits a guard’s throat; the other Basterds quickly open fire and kill the other guards, then Raine approaches Stiglitz’s cell]
Lt. Aldo Raine: Sgt. Hugo Stiglitz?
[Stiglitz nods]
Lt. Aldo Raine: Lt. Aldo Raine. These are the Basterds, ever heard of us?
[Stiglitz nods again]
Lt. Aldo Raine: We just wanted to say we’re a big fan of your work. When it comes to killing Nazis…
[one of the guards stirs and groans, and is promptly shot dead on the spot]
Lt. Aldo Raine: … I think you show great talent. And I pride myself on having an eye for that kind of talent. But your status as a Nazi killer is still amateur. We all come here to see if you wanna go pro.
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Col. Hans Landa: [in German] So who are your three handsome escorts?
Bridget von Hammersmark: [in German] I’m afraid neither three speak a word of German. They’re friends of mine from Italy. This is the wonderful Italian stuntman, Enzo Gorlomi; a very talented cameraman, Antonio Margheriti; and Antonio’s camera assistant, Dominick Decocco.
Bridget von Hammersmark: [in Italian] Gentlemen, this is an old friend, Colonel Hans Landa of the SS.
Lt. Aldo Raine: [in Italian with obvious southern accent] Buongiorno.
Col. Hans Landa: [in flawless Italian] Gentlemen, it’s a pleasure; the friends of our cherished star, admired by all of us, this outright jewel of our culture, are naturally going to be under my personal protection for the duration of their stay.
Lt. Aldo Raine: [after a pause] Grazie.
Col. Hans Landa: [in Italian] Gorlomi? Am I pronouncing it correctly?
Lt. Aldo Raine: [in a very bad accent] Sì… er, corretto.
Col. Hans Landa: [in Italian] Gorla… lomi? Say it for me once please?
Lt. Aldo Raine: [mispronouncing the name] Gorlami.
Col. Hans Landa: [in Italian, faking confusion] I’m sorry, again?
Lt. Aldo Raine: [slightly annoyed] Gorlami.
Col. Hans Landa: [in Italian] Once more?
Lt. Aldo Raine: [obviously annoyed, leans forward and whispers] Gorlami.
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Col. Hans Landa: [to Perrier LaPardite] I love rumors! Facts can be so misleading, where rumors, true or false, are often revealing.
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Bridget von Hammersmark: There have been two recent developments regarding Operation Kino. One, the venue has been changed from the Ritz to a much smaller venue.
Lt. Aldo Raine: Enormous changes at the last minute? That’s not very Germatic. Why the hell is Goebbels doin’ stuff so damn peculiar?
Bridget von Hammersmark: It probably has something to do with the second development.
Lt. Aldo Raine: Which is?
Bridget von Hammersmark: [sits up] The Führer is attending the premiere.
Adolf Hitler: [cut to Hitler] I’ve been rethinking my position in regards to your Paris premiere of “Nation’s Pride”. As the weeks have gone on and the Americans are on the beach, I do find myself thinking more and more about this Private Zoller. This boy has done something tremendous for us. And I’m beginning to think my participation in this event could be meaningful.
Sgt. Donny Donowitz: [cut back to the Basterds] Fuck a duck!

Fredrick Zoller: [shouting to the camera, acting in Nation’s Pride] Who wants to send a message to Germany?
[Nation’s Pride is interrupted by Shosanna’s movie]
Shosanna Dreyfus: I have a message for Germany.
[Hitler and Goebbels watch in shock]
Shosanna Dreyfus: [her image on the screen smirks] That you are all going to die.
Adolf Hitler: [yelling in German] Enough! Stop it!
Joseph Goebbels: [yelling in German] Turn off the projector!
Shosanna Dreyfus: And I want you to look deep into the face of the Jew that is going to do it!
Joseph Goebbels: [in German as the audience begins to shout in protest and anger] I don’t know what’s going on! That does not belong in my movie!
Shosanna Dreyfus: [her image on the screen smiles] Marcel… burn it down.
Marcel: [standing behind the screen, he smiles] Oui, Shosanna.

Col. Hans Landa: Wait for the crème.

Col. Hans Landa: Tell me, Aldo, if I were sitting where you’re sitting, would you show me mercy?
Lt. Aldo Raine: [after a long pause]
[smiles]
Lt. Aldo Raine: Nope!
Col. Hans Landa: What’s that English saying about shoes and feet?
Lt. Aldo Raine: “Looks like the shoe’s on the other foot.” Yeah, I was just thinking that.

Marcel: [in French; subtitled] What the fuck are we supposed to do?
Shosanna Dreyfus: [in French] It looks like we’re supposed to have a Nazi premiere.
Marcel: Like I said, what the fuck are we supposed to do?

Major Dieter Hellstrom: [Hellstrom is trying to guess the famous person on his forehead, which is King Kong]
Major Dieter Hellstrom: [in German; subtitled] I’ll start, give you the idea. Am I German?
Bridget von Hammersmark, Lt. Archie Hicox: [in German] No.
Bridget von Hammersmark: Am I American?
Major Dieter Hellstrom, Lt. Archie Hicox: No.
Cpl. Wilhelm Wicki: Wait a minute, he goes to…
Bridget von Hammersmark: Obviously, he wasn’t born in America.
Major Dieter Hellstrom: So, I visited America, aye?
Bridget von Hammersmark, Lt. Archie Hicox: Yes.
Major Dieter Hellstrom: Was this visit fortuitous?
Cpl. Wilhelm Wicki: Not for you.

Sgt. Donny Donowitz: [points to Iron Cross medal with his bat] You get that for killin’ Jews?
Sgt. Werner Rachtman: [as-a-matter-of-factly] Bravery…

Master SGT. Wilhelm: [yelling while aiming his gun at the front entrance of the basement-tavern] Who are you? BRITISH, AMERICAN? WHAT?
Lt. Aldo Raine: [shouting from up the stairs] We’re American! What’re you?
Master SGT. Wilhelm: I’M A GERMAN, YOU IDIOT!
Lt. Aldo Raine: [calmly] You speak English pretty good for a German.
Master SGT. Wilhelm: I agree!

Col. Hans Landa: [to a bound and blindfolded Lt. Aldo] You’ve had a nice long run, Aldo. Alas, you’re now in the hands of the SS.
[raises hands in a dramatic manner]
Col. Hans Landa: My hands, to be exact. And they’ve been waiting a long time to touch you.
[fingers reach out and poke Lt. Aldo in the face; Lt. Aldo flinches]
Col. Hans Landa: [chuckling] Caught you flinching.
[Lt. Aldo headbutts Col. Landa]

Lt. Aldo Raine: You know, where I’m from…
Col. Hans Landa: Yeah, where is that, exactly?
Lt. Aldo Raine: Maynardville, Tennessee.
[pause]
Lt. Aldo Raine: I’ve done my share of bootlegging. Up ‘ere, if you engage in what the federal government calls ‘illegal activity,’ but what we call ‘just a man tryin’ to make a livin’ for his family sellin’ moonshine liquor,’ it behooves oneself to keep his wits. Long story short, we hear a story too good to be true… it ain’t.
Col. Hans Landa: Sitting in your chair, I would probably say the same thing. And 999 point 999 times out of a million, you would be correct. But in the pages of history, every once in a while, fate reaches out and extends its hand.
[Landa slowly sweeps his arms out in a grand shrug]
Col. Hans Landa: What shall the history books read?

Joseph Goebbels: [in German; subtitled] How many seats in your auditorium?
Francesca Mondino: [translates into French]
Shosanna Dreyfus: [in French; subtitled] Three hundred and fifty.
Francesca Mondino: [translates into German]
Joseph Goebbels: That’s almost four hundred less than the Ritz.
Fredrick Zoller: [in German] But Herr Goebbels, that’s not such a bad thing. You said yourself you didn’t want to indulge every two-faced French bourgeois taking up space currying favor. With less seats it makes the event more exclusive. You’re not trying to fill the house, they’re fighting for seats. Besides, to hell with the French. This is a German night, a German event, a German celebration. This night is for you, me, the German military, the High Command, their family and friends. The only people who should be allowed in the room are the people who will be moved by the exploits on the screen.
Joseph Goebbels: [after a pause] I see your public speaking has improved.

Sgt. Donny Donowitz: Speaking of Frau von Hammersmark, whose idea was it for the death trap rendezvous?
Lt. Archie Hicox: She chose the spot.
Sgt. Donny Donowitz: Well, isn’t that just dandy!
Lt. Archie Hicox: Look, she’s not a military strategist. She’s just an actress.
Lt. Aldo Raine: Well, you don’t got to be Stonewall Jackson to know you don’t want to fight in a basement!

Shosanna Dreyfus: My name is Shosanna Dreyfus and THIS is the face… of Jewish vengeance!

Col. Hans Landa: May I smoke my pipe as well?
Perrier LaPadite: Please, Colonel, make yourself at home.

[Hans pulls out a very large pipe five times the size of Perrier’s]

Kliest: [in German; subtitled] Mein Führer, do you still wish to see Private Butz?Adolf Hitler: [in German] Who and what is a “Private Butz”?

Bridget von Hammersmark: I can see since you didn’t see what happened inside, the Nazis being there must look odd.Lt. Aldo Raine: Yeah, we got a word for that kinda odd in English. It’s called suspicious.

Hacksaw Ridge (2016) Trailer and Top Movie Quotes

Hacksaw Ridge (2016) Trailer and Top Movie Quotes

WWII American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who served during the Battle of Okinawa, refuses to kill people, and becomes the first man in American history to win the Medal of Honor without firing a shot.

Company B Soldier: [Quoting Herodotos] In peace, sons bury their fathers. In war, fathers bury their sons.

Desmond Doss: With the world so set on tearing itself apart, it don’t seem like such a bad thing to me to want to put a little bit of it back together.

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi 2016 Movie Quotes

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi  2016 Movie Quotes

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi 2016 Movie Quotes

I had to give the movie 13 Hours a solid 10. I am a huge fan of true stories and movies that are based off books, especially when the story is filmed true to the real. This thrill riveting masterpiece not only captivated the lives of these six soldiers and the people trapped between this battle between the Libyan rebels, but Michael Bay did an excellent job with his use of guns and sound system that he always does so well. You can’t help but stay on the edge of your seats as you hope these brave men all make it to the end of the movie. This movie has non stop violence while these heroic soldiers attempt to rescue the ambassador as well as help the American residents escape. This movie will have you racing against time as we relive this Sept 11, 2012 event also called the “Battle of Benghazi.”

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi 2016 Movie Quotes

Jack Silva: You can’t put a price on being able to live with yourself.

Subscript: [Image of White House after the attack is started, with the subscript:] The POTUS is briefed.

Rone: Payback’s a bitch and her stripper name is Karma.

Jack: Get it the fucking car.

Jack: Are those friendlies? I hope they are friendlies…
The Chief: I.. ahhh… don’t know…

Oz: We have thirty six American lives to save.

Jack: You’re not giving orders. You’re in my world now.

Macbeth (I) (2015) Top Movie Quotes

Macbeth (I) (2015) Top Movie Quotes

Macbeth, a Thane of Scotland, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders his king and takes the throne for himself.

Macbeth (I) (2015) Top Movie Quotes

Macbeth: I am in blood, stepped in so far.

Macbeth: So foul and fair a day I have not seen.

Macbeth: If we should fail…

Lady Macbeth: We’ll not fail.

Lady Macbeth: This is the very painting of your fear.

Macbeth: Life’s but a walking shadow. Honor. Love. Friends. But in there’s death. Curses.

Macduff: [confronting the man who has murdered his wife and children] I have no words. My voice is in my sword…

Lady Macbeth: What’s done, it’s done.

Macbeth: I dare do all that may become a man. Who dares do more is none.

Witch: Fair is foul, and foul is fair.

Macbeth: They say blood will have blood.

Lady Macbeth: I feel now the future in the instant.

Macbeth: We have scorched the snake, not killed it.

Macbeth: I’ll fight ’til from my bones my flesh be hacked.

Macbeth: Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow…