Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis

  • Highest Rated: 98% The Player (1992)
  • Lowest Rated: 0% 10 Minutes Gone (2019)
  • Birthday: Mar 19, 1955
  • Birthplace: Idar-Oberstein, West Germany
  • Born Walter Willis -- an Army brat to parents stationed in Idar-Oberstein, West Germany -- on March 19, 1955, Bruce Willis grew up in New Jersey from the age of two. As a youngster, he developed a stutter that posed the threat of social alienation, but he discovered an odd quirk: while performing in front of large numbers of people, the handicap inexplicably vanished. This led Willis into a certified niche as a comedian and budding actor. After high-school graduation, 18-year-old Willis decided to land a blue-collar job in the vein of his father, and accepted a position at the DuPont Chambers Works factory in Deep Water, NJ, but withdrew, shaken, after a co-worker was killed on the job. He performed regularly on the harmonica in a blues ensemble called the Loose Goose and worked temporarily as a security guard before enrolling in the drama program at Montclair State University in New Jersey. A collegiate role in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof brought Willis back in touch with his love of acting, and he instantly decided to devote his life to the profession.Willis made his first professional appearances on film with minor roles in projects like The First Deadly Sin, starring Frank Sinatra, and Sidney Lumet's The Verdict. But his big break came when he attended a casting call (along with 3000 other hopefuls) for the leading role on Moonlighting, an ABC detective comedy series. Sensing Willis' innate appeal, producers cast him opposite the luminous Cybill Shepherd. The series, which debuted in 1985, followed the story of two private investigators working for a struggling detective agency, with Willis playing the fast-talking ne'er-do-well David Addison, and Shepherd playing the prim former fashion model Maddie Hayes. The show's heavy use of clever dialogue, romantic tension, and screwball comedy proved a massive hit with audiences, and Willis became a major star. The show ultimately lasted four years and wrapped on May 14, 1989. During the first year or two of the series, Willis and Shepherd enjoyed a brief offscreen romantic involvement as well, but Willis soon met and fell in love with actress Demi Moore, who became his wife in 1987.In the interim, Willis segued into features, playing geeky Walter Davis in the madcap 1987 comedy Blind Date. That same year, Motown Records -- perhaps made aware of Willis' experiences as a musician -- invited the star to record an LP of blue-eyed soul tracks. The Return of Bruno emerged and became a moderate hit among baby boomers, although as the years passed it became better remembered as an excuse for Willis to wear sunglasses indoors and sing into pool cues.Then in 1988, Willis broke major barriers when he convinced studios to cast him in the leading role of John McClane in John McTiernan's explosive action movie Die Hard. Though up until this point, action stars had been massive tough guys like Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone, execs took a chance on Willis' every-guy approach to the genre - and the gamble paid off. Playing a working-class cop who confronts an entire skyscraper full of terrorists when his estranged wife is taken hostage on Christmas Eve, Willis' used his wiseacre television persona to constantly undercut the film's somber underpinnings, without ever once damaging the suspenseful core of the material. This, coupled with a smart script and wall-to-wall sequences of spectacular action, propelled Die Hard to number one at the box office during the summer of 1988, and made Willis a full-fledged movie star.Willis subsequent projects would include two successful Die Hard sequels, as well as other roles the 1989 Norman Jewison drama In Country, and the 1989 hit comedy Look Who's Talking, in which Willis voiced baby Mikey. Though he'd engage in a few stinkers, like the unsuccessful Hudson Hawk and North, he would also continue to strike told with hugely popular movies like The Last Boyscout , Pulp Fiction, and Armageddon.Willis landed one of his biggest hits, however, when he signe

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

No Score Yet Trauma Center Lt. Steve Wakes 2019
61% Motherless Brooklyn Frank Minna 2019
0% 10 Minutes Gone Rex 2019
85% The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part Himself 2019
37% Glass David Dunn 2019
No Score Yet Cornerman Actor 2019
No Score Yet Jeu de pouvoir Actor 2019
0% Air Strike Jack 2018
0% Reprisal James 2018
18% Death Wish Paul Kersey $13.1M 2018
0% Acts of Violence Detective James Avery 2018
No Score Yet Le Bombardement Actor 2018
No Score Yet Death wish en español Actor 2018
12% First Kill Police Chief 2017
19% Once Upon a Time in Venice Steve Ford 2017
21% Marauders Hubert 2016
0% Precious Cargo Eddie 2016
6% Extraction Leonard Turner 2015
8% Rock the Kasbah Bombay Brian $2M 2015
4% Vice Julian Michaels 2015
No Score Yet Five Against a Bullet Actor 2015
69% Altman Actor 2014
0% The Prince Omar 2014
43% Frank Miller's Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Hartigan $11.1M 2014
86% BB King: The Life of Riley Actor 2014
44% Red 2 Frank Moses $53.3M 2013
29% G.I. Joe: Retaliation General Joe Colton $122.6M 2013
15% A Good Day To Die Hard John McClane $67.4M 2013
No Score Yet Die Hard Marathon Actor 2013
No Score Yet Kane and Lynch Kane 2013
No Score Yet Madly Madagascar Actor 2013
18% Lay the Favorite Dink $21.5K 2012
7% Fire With Fire Mike Cella 2012
93% Looper Old Joe $66.4M 2012
4% The Cold Light of Day Martin $3.8M 2012
68% The Expendables 2 Mr. Church $85.1M 2012
93% Moonrise Kingdom Captain Sharp $45.6M 2012
No Score Yet Catch .44 Mel 2011
No Score Yet Setup Biggs 2011
71% Red Frank Moses $89M 2010
42% The Expendables Mr. Church $103M 2010
18% Cop Out Jimmy $44.1M 2010
No Score Yet Morgan's Summit Actor 2010
No Score Yet The Last Full Measure Actor 2010
37% Surrogates Greer $38.6M 2009
50% What Just Happened? Himself $1.1M 2008
50% Assassination of a High School President As?l Kirkpatrick 2008
82% Live Free or Die Hard Producer John McClane $134.6M 2007
74% Planet Terror (Grindhouse Presents: Robert Rodriguez's Planet Terror) Lt. Muldoon 2007
50% Nancy Drew Bruce (uncredited) $25.5M 2007
10% Perfect Stranger Harrison Hill $23.8M 2007
84% Grindhouse Lt. Muldoon $25M 2007
54% Alpha Dog Sonny Truelove $15.2M 2007
50% Fast Food Nation Harry $1M 2006
No Score Yet Hammy's Boomerang Adventure Actor 2006
58% The Astronaut Farmer Col. Doug Masterson $11M 2006
75% Over the Hedge RJ $155.1M 2006
14% Just My Luck Producer $17.3M 2006
58% The Hip Hop Project Executive Producer Actor 2006
51% Lucky Number Slevin Mr. Goodkat $22.5M 2006
56% 16 Blocks Jack Mosley $37M 2006
No Score Yet Tony Bennett: An American Classic Actor 2006
No Score Yet Wildwood Days Actor 2005
77% Sin City Hartigan 2005
35% Hostage Jeff Talley Producer $34.7M 2005
42% Charlie's Angels - Full Throttle William Rose Bailey $100.7M 2003
39% Rugrats Go Wild Spike $39.5M 2003
4% The Whole Ten Yards Jimmy `the Tulip' Tudeski $16.3M 2003
33% Tears of the Sun Lt. A.K. Waters $43.5M 2003
53% The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course Producer $28.3M 2002
20% Grand Champion CEO 2002
59% Hart's War Col. McNamara $19.1M 2002
64% Bandits Joe Blake $41.2M 2001
70% Unbreakable David Dunn $95.1M 2000
49% The Kid Russ Duritz $68.5M 2000
45% The Whole Nine Yards Jimmy `The Tulip' Tudeski $57.3M 2000
28% The Story of Us Ben Jordan 1999
26% Breakfast of Champions Dwayne Hoover 1999
86% The Sixth Sense Malcolm Crowe 1999
44% The Siege Major General William Devereaux 1998
38% Armageddon Harry S. Stamper 1998
17% Mercury Rising Art Jeffries 1998
23% The Jackal The Jackal 1997
71% The Fifth Element Korben Dallas 1997
14% Four Rooms Leo 1996
72% Beavis and Butt-head Do America Muddy Grimes 1996
37% Last Man Standing John Smith 1996
No Score Yet Bruno the Kid: The Animated Movie Bruno the Kid 1996
89% Twelve Monkeys (12 Monkeys) James Cole 1995
52% Die Hard: With a Vengeance John McClane 1995
91% Nobody's Fool Carl Roebuck 1994
92% Pulp Fiction Butch 1994
21% Color of Night Capa 1994
14% North Narrator 1994
17% Striking Distance Det. Tom Hardy 1993
18% National Lampoon's Loaded Weapon 1 Man Whose House Is Attacked 1993
52% Death Becomes Her Dr. Ernest Menville 1992
98% The Player Himself 1992
46% The Last Boy Scout Joe Hallenbeck 1991
38% Billy Bathgate Bo Weinberg 1991
26% Hudson Hawk Hudson Hawk Screenwriter 1991
57% Mortal Thoughts James Urbanski 1991
16% The Bonfire of the Vanities Peter Fallow 1990
13% Look Who's Talking, Too Mikey 1990
68% Die Hard 2 John McClane 1990
57% Look Who's Talking Mikey 1989
68% In Country Emmett Smith 1989
No Score Yet That's Adequate Himself 1989
93% Die Hard John McClane 1988
23% Sunset Tom Mix 1988
No Score Yet The Return of Bruno Actor 1988
21% Blind Date Walter Davis 1987
90% The Verdict Courtroom observer (uncredited) 1982
63% The First Deadly Sin Man entering diner as Delaney leaves (uncredited) 1980

TV

Rating

Title

Credit

Year

No Score Yet Conan
2010
Guest
  • 2018
No Score Yet The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
2014
Guest
  • 2018
  • 2015
  • 2014
No Score Yet The Late Show With Stephen Colbert
2015
Guest
  • 2015
No Score Yet Late Show With David Letterman
1993-2015
Guest
  • 2015
  • 2013
  • 2012
No Score Yet The View
1997
Guest
  • 2013
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
2003
Guest
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
2009-2014
Guest
  • 2013
  • 2011
  • 2010
No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
1975
Host Guest
  • 2013
  • 1989
No Score Yet The Ellen DeGeneres Show
2003
Guest
  • 2010
No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
1999-2015
Guest
  • 2010
  • 2007
  • 2005
71% Family Guy
1999
Voice
  • 2009
No Score Yet That '70s Show
1998-2006
Vic
  • 2005
61% Ally McBeal
1997-2002
Dr. Nickle
  • 1999
No Score Yet Mad About You
1992-1999
Bruce Willis
  • 1997
76% Roseanne
1988-2018
Himself
  • 1989
97% Moonlighting
1985-1989
David David Addison
  • 1989
  • 1988
  • 1987
  • 1986
  • 1985
No Score Yet The Twilight Zone
1985-1989
  • 1985
No Score Yet Miami Vice
1984-1990
Tony Amato Guest
  • 1984
No Score Yet Beavis and Butt-head
1993-2011

QUOTES FROM Bruce Willis CHARACTERS

Leonard Turner
'Not tonight, kid'.
Leonard Turner
Not tonight, kid.
Hudson Hawk
Catholic girls are scary.
The Watchman
You wait for my people or I will cut your daughters heart out!
Jeff Talley
Fuck you. Go ahead, kill my family. Kill me. But before you do, I'm gonna get in Smith's house, I'm gonna box up all that death motherfucker's DVDs, and you and the Feds can bid on them on E-bay! How's that, smart-fuck!?
John McClane
I had no idea Canada could be this much fun.
John McClane
Hey, fellas! Mickey O'Brien, Aqueduct Security. Hey listen, we got a report of a guy coming through here with eight reindeer.Yeah, it was a jolly ole fat guy with a snow white bear and a cute little red and white suit. I'm surprised you didn't see him.
Simon
Why was the phone busy? Who are you calling?
John McClane
The psychic hotline!
Simon
I advise you to take this more seriously.
John McClane
Look, it's a public phone! What do you want me to say!?
Simon
You can simply say there was a fat woman on it and it took you a minute to get her off!
John McClane
Yippie-Ki-Yay, Motherfucker!
Korben Dallas
You wanna play it soft. We'll play it soft. You wanna play it hard. Let's play it hard.
Korben Dallas
Finger's gunna kill me.
Rusty Duritz
This is scary.
Russ Duritz
No, this is hilarious.
Hartigan
An old man dies, a young woman lives. Fair trade.
Frank Moses
You gave her a gun?
Marvin Boggs
It is America, Frank!
Marvin Boggs
"If there's one thing I know, it's women and covert ops."
Frank Moses
"That's two things."
Han Cho Bai
"No, Grasshopper, it is not."
Hartigan
[after pounding Roark Jr.'s head to mush] So long, Junior. Been a pleasure.
Hartigan
So long, Junior. Been a pleasure.
Hartigan
Just one hour to go. My last day on the job. Early retirement. Not my idea. Doctor's orders. Heart condition. Angina, he calls it. I'm polishing my badge and getting used to the idea of saying goodbye to it. It and the 30 odd years of protecting and serving and tears and... blood and terror... triumph it represents. I'm thinking about Ilene's slow smile, bout the thick, fat steak she picked up at the butchers today. I'm thinking about the one loose end I haven't tied up. A young girl who's out there somewhere, helpless in the hands of a drooling lunatic.
Hartigan
Just one hour to go. My last day on the job. Early retirement. Not my idea. Doctor's orders. Heart condition. Angina, he calls it. I'm polishing my badge and getting used to the idea of saying goodbye to it. It and the 30 odd years of protecting and serving, and tears and blood, and terror and the triumph it represents. I'm thinking about Ilene's slow smile, bout the thick, fat steak she picked up at the butchers today. I'm thinking about the one loose end I haven't tied up. A young girl who's out there somewhere, helpless in the hands of a drooling lunatic.
Hartigan
Sometimes the truth doesn't matter like it ought. But you'll always remember things right. That's gonna mean a lot to me. But stay away, Nancy. They'll kill you if you don't stay away. Don't visit me. Don't write me. Don't even say my name
John McClane
Glass, who gives a shit about glass?
Terry Collins
You know the hardest thing about being smart?
Joe Blake
No.
Terry Collins
I always pretty much know what's gonna happen next. There's no suspense.
Harry S. Stamper
Get a hold of Truman. Prepare the world for bad news.
Marvin Boggs
You haven't killed anybody in months !
Marvin Boggs
You haven't killed anybody in months!
Frank Moses
That's a positive thing !
Frank Moses
That's a positive thing!
Trench
I'm almost out. I'll be back!
Mr. Church
You've been back enough! I'll be back!
Trench
Yippie-Ki-Yay
Trench
Yippie-Ki-Yay.
John McClane
need a hug?
John McClane
Need a hug?
Jack McClane
were not a hugging family.
Jack McClane
Were not a hugging family.
John McClane
damn straight!
John McClane
Damn straight!
Hartigan
I finally sit down, just like you told me to. The sirens are close now. She'll be safe, things go dark. I don't mind much getting sleepy. It's ok. She'll be safe.
John McClane
Welcome to the party pal !
John McClane
Welcome to the party, pal!
Korben Dallas
Anyone else want to negotiate?
John McClane
What is this? A pirate gun?
Jack McClane
It's old school, man! Kinda like you, right?
John McClane
...Right.
John McClane
Right.
Joe
my life!? your life!!
Joe
My life? Your life!
General Joe Colton
Sure you don't need anything?
Storm Shadow
I brought my own.
RJ
[On TV] Chances are if you feel like a dirtbag, you're a dirtbag. So own it! Say it out loud "I am a dirtbag"
RJ
Chances are if you feel like a dirtbag, you're a dirtbag. So own it! Say it out loud, "I am a dirtbag."
Joe
So I changed it.
John McClane
I'm on vacation!!!
John McClane
I'm on vacation!
General Joe Colton
Call me Joe.
Butch Coolidge
That's how you're gonna beat 'em, Butch. They keep underestimating you.
Thomas Gabriel
On your tombstone it should read 'At the wrong place at the wrong time,'
Thomas Gabriel
On your tombstone it should read 'At the wrong place at the wrong time'.
John McClane
How about ' Yippie ki yay, motherfucker!'
John McClane
How about ' Yippie ki yay, motherfucker!'.
Jack McClane
You always looking for trouble or is it always finds you?
Jack McClane
Do you go looking for trouble, or does it always find you?
John McClane
All this years, I still asked myself the same question..
John McClane
All this years, I still asked myself the same question.
John McClane
You know, after all these years, I'm still asking myself the same question.
John McClane
Knock Knock
John McClane
Guess Who?
John McClane
Holly! Here's your fucking landing light!
Capt. Grant
Too bad, McClane. I kinda liked you.
John McClane
I've got enough friends!
Frank Moses
Is this gonna be a problem?
William Cooper
No, I got it...Grandpa.
William Cooper
No, I got it Grandpa.
Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski
Every red-blooded American knows that the only condiment you are ever supposed to put on a hamburger is KETCHUP!
Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski
Every red-blooded American knows that the only condiment you are ever supposed to put on a hamburger is ketchup!
Jimmy "The Tulip" Tudeski
It's not important how many people I've killed, what's important is how I get along with the people that are still alive.
John McClane
Yipee-Ki-Yay Mother Fuckers!
John McClane
What the hell is in those Goddamn grenades?!
John McClane
What the hell is in those goddamn grenades?
Komarov
Goddamn Americans. You think you're so smart.
John McClane
Not that smart. I'm just on vacation.
John McClane
You and Simon ruined a perfectly good hangover.
Alik
Give me your weapons.
John McClane
Come and get them.
John McClane
Hey, hey? What's with all this "John" shit? What ever happen to "dad"?
Jack McClane
Good question...
Jack McClane
Good question.
John McClane
Safe House, my ass!
John McClane
I'm on fuckin' vacation!
John McClane
I'm on fucking vacation!
John McClane
Oh, my Jesus...This is what you been doin', Jack? Spy shit? This is it? You're a spy? [Laughs] The 007 of Plainfield, New Jersey.
John McClane
Oh, my Jesus. This is what you been doin', Jack? Spy shit? This is it? You're a spy? The 007 of Plainfield, New Jersey.
John McClane
Jack, what the fuck was that, huh?
Jack McClane
Shut up! Just shut up, John, or, I swear to God, I will put a bullet in you this time.
John McClane
Who do you think you're talkin' to?!
Jack McClane
The last person I wanna see!
John McClane
Maybe you missed the whole part back there where I save you and Papa Geppetto from a whole bunch of Russian bad-guys!
John McClane
Maybe you missed the whole part back there where I save you and Papa Geppetto from a whole bunch of Russian bad guys!
John McClane
[Punches an angry complaining driver who ran him over] You think I understand a word you're saying!?
John McClane
You think I understand a word you're saying?
John McClane
[huddled in an air vent, recalls his wife's invitation] "Come out to the coast, we'll get together, have a few laughs..."
John McClane
[huddled in an air vent, recalls his wife's invitation] Come out to the coast, we'll get together, have a few laughs...
Hans Gruber
(On the radio) You are most troublesome for a security guard.
Hans Gruber
[on the radio] You are most troublesome for a security guard.
John McClane
(Imitates buzzer) Sorry, Hans. Wrong guess. Would you like to go for double jeopardy where the scores can really change?
John McClane
[imitates buzzer] Sorry, Hans. Wrong guess. Would you like to go for double jeopardy where the scores can really change?
Hans Gruber
Who are you, then?
John McClane
Just a fly in the ointment, Hans. A monkey in the wretch. A pain in the ass.
John McClane
You wanna hug?
John Genarro
We're not a hugging family.
Jack McClane
We're not a hugging family.
John McClane
Damn straight.
John Genarro
Do you go lookin' for trouble or does it always find you?
John McClane
I still ask myself the same question
John McClane
I still ask myself the same question.
Captain Sharp
Be that as it may, will you let me know if you see anything unusual?
Old Joe
*speaks French*
Old Joe
[speaks French]
Joe
What?
Old Joe
You'll get it someday. Well, obviously.
Joe
It's like this whole town. Big heads, small potatoes.
Old Joe
I don't want to talk about time travel because if we start talking about it then we're going to be here all day talking about it, making diagrams with straws.
Butch Coolidge
Zed's dead, baby. Zed's dead.
John McClane
Say hello to your brother. (Shoots down helicopter) Yippie-ki-yay motherfucker.
John McClane
Say hello to your brother. [shoots down helicopter]
Hans Gruber
(Impersonating a hostage) You don't work for Nakatomi, and if you're not one of them?
Hans Gruber
[impersonating a hostage] You don't work for Nakatomi, and if you're not one of them?
John McClane
I'm a cop from New York.
Hans Gruber
New York?
John McClane
Got invited to the Christmas party by mistake. Who knew? (Hans looks at John's bare feet) Better than getting caught with your pants down. (Laughs) I'm John McClane. You're uh...
John McClane
Got invited to the Christmas party by mistake. Who knew? [Hans looks at John's bare feet] Better than getting caught with your pants down. [laughs] I'm John McClane. You're uh...
Hans Gruber
Clay. Bill Clay.
John McClane
You know how to use a handgun, Bill?
Hans Gruber
I spent a weekend at a combat ranch. You know that game with the guns that shoot red paint? Probably seems kind of stupid to you.
John McClane
No. (Hands him the gun) Time for the real thing, Bill. All you gotta do is pull the trigger.
John McClane
No. [hands him the gun] Time for the real thing, Bill. All you gotta do is pull the trigger.
Marco
No more table! Where are you going to go now? Let me give you some advice: Next time you have the chance to kill someone, don't hesitate!!!
Marco
No more table! Where are you going to go now? Let me give you some advice: Next time you have the chance to kill someone, don't hesitate!
John McClane
(Kills him) Thanks for the advice.
John McClane
[kills him] Thanks for the advice.
John McClane
"Nine million terrorists in the world and I gotta kill one with feet smaller than my sister."
John McClane
Nine million terrorists in the world and I gotta kill one with feet smaller than my sister.
Joe
Then I saw it, I saw a mom who would die for her son, a man who would kill for his wife, a boy, angry & alone, laid out in front of him the bad path. I saw it & the path was a circle, round & round. So I changed it.
John McClane
How can the same shit happen to the same guy twice.
John McClane
No fucking shit lady does it sound like I'm ordering a pizza?!
John McClane
No fucking shit lady, does it sound like I'm ordering a pizza?!
John McClane
No fucking shit lady, does it sound like I'm ordering a pizza?
Gen. Ramon Esperanza
Freedom!
John McClane
(Punches him) Not yet!
John McClane
[punches him] Not yet!
Thomas Gabriel
(On the phone) Mai, what the hell's going on?
Thomas Gabriel
[on the phone] Mai, what the hell's going on?
John McClane
Mai? Oh yeah, little Asian chick, likes to kick people? I don't think she's gonna be talking to anyone for a long time. The last time I saw her she was at the bottom of an elevator shaft with a big SUV rammed up her ass.
John McClane
You know, you're brother was an asshole.
Simon Gruber/Peter Krieg
(Laughs) He was! He was an asshole. You got his number.
Simon Gruber/Peter Krieg
[laughs] He was! He was an asshole. You got his number.
Hans Gruber
(Points gun at John) Put down the gun and give me my detonators.
Hans Gruber
[points gun at John] Put down the gun and give me my detonators.
John McClane
Well, well, well...Hans.
Hans Gruber
Put down the gun.
John McClane
You're pretty tricky with that accent. You oughtta be on fuckin' TV with that accent.
Hans Gruber
I'm going to count to three.
John McClane
Yeah, like you did with Takagi? (Hans pulls trigger and the gun is empty) Oops. No bullets, you think I'm fuckin' stupid, Hans?
John McClane
Yeah, like you did with Takagi? [Hans pulls trigger and the gun is empty] Oops. No bullets, you think I'm fuckin' stupid, Hans?
Hans Gruber
You Americans are all alike. Well, this time John Wayne does not walk off into the sunset with Grace Kelly.
John McClane
That's Gary Cooper, asshole.
Dink
[singing] All I need it the air I breath...
Dink
I just don't have enough room in my pockets for all that money.
Joe
That's your life, not mine. So why don't you do what old men do and die...
John McClane
Welcome to the party pal!
John McClane
Now I know how a TV dinner feels.
John McClane
"Nice poster."
John McClane
Nice poster.
Warlock
"What are you a fan of the Fett?"
Warlock
What are you a fan of the Fett?
John McClane
"No, I was always more of a Star Wars person."
John McClane
No, I was always more of a Star Wars person.
Korben Dallas
I speak two languages
Korben Dallas
Listen lady, I only speak two languages: English and bad English.
Captain Sharp
It's been proven by history: all mankind makes mistakes.
John McClane
What is it that wall street doesn't have?
Zeus Carver
What?
John McClane
Schools (while watching at The Federal Reserve Bank of New York)And what do they have a shit load of???
John McClane
Schools [while watching at The Federal Reserve Bank of New York] And what do they have a shit load of?
Joe
Then I saw it. A mom that would die for her son. A man that would kill for his wife. A boy angry and alone. Laid out in front of him, the bad path, I saw it. That path was a circle. So I changed it.
Joe
This job doesn't tend to attract the most forward-thinking.
Joe
I can't believe I let my friend get killed for silver.
Old Joe
For a long time, I thought we were going to have a baby. She would have made a good mother.
Joe
I can't feel my legs.
Sara
That's cause you're suffering from fucking withdrawal.
Joe
Show me. As soon as I see her, I'll walk away. I'll fucking marry someone else.
David Dunne
If you shoot me, the bullets will bounce back...
Old Joe
I'm going to stop this guy.
Joe
None of this concerns me...
Old Joe
It is going to happen to you!
Joe
It's going to happen to YOU, It's not going to happen to ME!
Joe
I work as a specialized assassin, in an outfit called the Loopers. When my organization from the future wants someone to die, they zap them back to me and I eliminate the target from the future. The only rule is: never let your target escape... even if your target is you.
Old Joe
That must have hurt... You know there's another girl that works here on the weekends...
Joe
Jen.
Old Joe
Yeah... less letters.
Joe
Abe: I'm from the future, go to China.
Abe
I'm from the future, go to China.
John McClane
John McClane. NYPD.
Gang Member
Are you all right?
John McClane
Yes... laundry day.
James Cole
I am insane. And you are my insanity.
Jeffrey Goines
You know what crazy is? Crazy is majority rules. Take germs, for example.
James Cole
Germs?
Jeffrey Goines
Uh-huh. In the eighteenth century, no such thing, nada, nothing. No one ever imagined such a thing. No sane person, anyway. Ah! Ah! Along comes this doctor, uh, uh, uh, Semmelweis, Semmelweis. Semmelweis comes along. He's trying to convince people, well, other doctors mainly, that's there's these teeny tiny invisible bad things called germs that get into your body and make you sick. Ah? He's trying to get doctors to wash their hands. What is this guy? Crazy? Teeny, tiny, invisible? What do you call it? Uh-uh, germs? Huh? What? Now, cut to the 20th century. Last week, as a matter of fact, before I got dragged into this hellhole. I go in to order a burger in this fast food joint, and the guy drops it on the floor. Jim, he picks it up, he wipes it off, he hands it to me like it's all OK. "What about the germs?" I say. He says, "I don't believe in germs. Germs is just a plot they made up so they can sell you disinfectants and soaps." Now he's crazy, right? See? Ah! Ah! There's no right, there's no wrong, there's only popular opinion. You... you... you believe in germs, right?
Joe
Time travel has not yet been invented but 30 years from now, it will have been. I am one of many specialized assassins in our present called loopers. So when criminal organizations in the future need gone, they zap them back to me and I eliminate the target from the future. Loopers are well paid. We live the good life and the only rule is never let your target escape, even if your target is you."
Joe
Time travel has not yet been invented but 30 years from now, it will have been. I am one of many specialized assassins in our present called loopers. So when criminal organizations in the future need gone, they zap them back to me and I eliminate the target from the future. Loopers are well paid. We live the good life and the only rule is never let your target escape, even if your target is you.
Joe
I'm gonna fix this! I'm gonna find him, and I'm gonna kill him!
Korben Dallas
Anyone else want to negociate?