"Si vous n'aimez pas la mer, si vous n'aimez pas la montagne, si vous n'aimez pas la ville... allez vous faire foutre!"
Jean Paul Belmondo, A bout de souffle, 1960, Jean Luc Godard.
"Some people can smell the danger. Not me"
Orson Welles, The lady of Shanghai, 1947, O. Welles
"Hold me. I'm falling! I'm falling! Hold me."
Isabella Rossellini, Blue Velvet, 1986, David Lynch.
"Some magic's real."
Haley Joel Osment, The Sixth Sens, 1999, M. Night Shyamalan.
"You're quite a good chicken strangler as I recall."
James Stewart, Rope, 1948, Alfred Hitchcock.
"I told you I was going to eat you up!"
Daniel Day-Lewis, There Will Be Blood, 2007, Paul Thomas Anderson.
"There's too many of them. I can't kill the world."
Robert Mitchum, The Night of the Hunter, 1955, Charles Laughton.
"- The thing is, Dil, you're not a girl.
-Details, baby. Details."
Stephen Rea to Jaye Davidson, The Crying Game, 1992, Neil Jordan.
"And then something happened."
Edward Norton, Fight Club, 1999, David Fincher.
"We called him Mother Superior on account of the length of his habit."
Ewan McGregor, Trainspotting, 1996, Danny Boyle
"All right, Mr DeMille, I'm ready for my close up."
Gloria Swanson, Sunset Boulevard, 1950, Billy Wilder.