Christopher Walken

Christopher Walken

  • Highest Rated: 97% Annie Hall (1977)
  • Lowest Rated: 6% Gigli (2003)
  • Birthday: Mar 31, 1943
  • Birthplace: New York City, New York
  • A versatile character actor whose intense demeanor and slightly off-kilter delivery served him well in both comedies and dramas, Christopher Walken was at once one of the busiest and most respected actors of his generation, appearing in as many as five films in a year while still finding time for stage and occasional television work.Walken was born Ronald Walken in Queens, NY, on March 31, 1943, the youngest of three sons of Paul and Rosalie Walken; Paul ran a bakery, while Rosalie was convinced her sons had talent and was determined they take advantage of it. Ronald landed his first job in front of a camera at the age of 14 months when he posed for a calendar photo with a pair of kittens. Like his siblings, he received dance lessons as a youngster, and, by the age of ten, was making frequent appearances on television and radio shows, and was a regular on a short-lived sitcom, The Wonderful John Acton. Ronald and his brothers also enrolled at New York's Professional Children's School, and he spent a summer as a junior lion tamer with a circus, later recalling that the lion was quite old and docile.In 1961, Walken enrolled at Hofstra University. But, little more than a year later, he landed a role in the Broadway-bound musical Best Foot Forward (which starred one of his former classmates, Liza Minelli), and decided to leave college. Spending the next several years working in a variety of musicals -- both in New York and on the road -- the young actor appeared in a 1964 touring production of West Side Story, and there met actress and dancer Georgianne Thon. The two began dating, and eventually married in 1969. While appearing in a revue starring model-turned-singer Monique Van Vooren in 1965, Walken was told by the headliner he looked more like a Christopher than a Ronald; he decided to take her advice, and adopted Christopher Walken as his stage name. In 1966, he made his first appearance in a non-singing role as Phillip, the King of France, in a Broadway production of The Lion in Winter. By the end of the decade, Walken was devoting his energies to stage dramas, although he continued to keep up with his dance training.Walken made his movie debut with 1968's Me and My Brother -- a film directed by acclaimed photographer and experimental filmmaker Robert Frank -- and, in 1972, scored his first starring role in the low-budget sci-fi thriller The Mind Snatchers. Walken first caught the attention of critics with his performance as a bohemian ladies' man in Paul Mazursky's Next Stop, Greenwich Village, and landed a small but memorable role in Woody Allen's Annie Hall as suicidal preppie Duane. But Walken's real breakthrough came in 1978, with his role as Nick in The Deer Hunter. Playing a small-town boy who is irreversibly scarred by his experiences in Vietnam, the role won Walken an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, and made him a bankable and recognizable name. He soon committed to director Michael Cimino's follow-up, which proved to be the infamous box-office and critically-panned flop Heaven's Gate, and later showed off both his acting and dancing skills as a villainous pimp in the musical drama Pennies From Heaven. While Walken remained a critical favorite, he fell short of becoming a major box-office draw due to the disappointing returns of many of his post-Deer Hunter films. But, by his own admission, Walken was always an actor who liked to work, and he maintained a busy schedule of both stage and screen roles. His willingness to take on edgy film characters with questionable commercial appeal (such as At Close Range, King of New York, and Communion) helped earn the actor a loyal cult following, and small but showy roles in True Romance and Pulp Fiction gave Walken's screen career a serious boost in the early '90s. By the time Walken turned 60, he had written, directed, and starred in an off-Broadway comedy called Him; received another Oscar nomination for his performance in Catch Me if You Can; appeared in films as varied as

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Rating

Title

Credit

Box
Office

Year

No Score Yet The Jesus Rolls Actor 2020
No Score Yet It Takes a Lunatic Actor 2019
No Score Yet The War with Grandpa Actor 2018
17% Father Figures Dr. Tinkler $16.8M 2017
14% Nine Lives Felix Grant $19.7M 2016
83% The Family Fang Caleb Fang $15.8K 2016
95% The Jungle Book King Louie $364M 2016
53% One More Time (When I Live My Life Over Again) Paul 2016
82% Eddie The Eagle Warren Sharp $20.1M 2016
10% Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser Anthony Benedetti/Clem Doore/Gert B. Frobe 2015
No Score Yet Turks & Caicos Curtis Pelissier 2014
52% Jersey Boys Angelo "Gyp" DeCarlo 2014
56% Peter Pan Live! Actor 2014
No Score Yet Marvin Hamlisch: What He Did For Love Actor 2013
50% The Power Of Few Doke $16.6K 2013
36% Stand Up Guys Doc $3.4M 2013
76% A Late Quartet Peter Mitchell (Cello) $1.5M 2012
82% Seven Psychopaths Hans $15.1M 2012
70% Dark Horse Jackie $0.2M 2012
No Score Yet Gods Behaving Badly Zeus 2012
No Score Yet Joe Papp In Five Acts Actor 2012
62% Kill the Irishman Shondor Birns $1.2M 2011
No Score Yet The Boy Who Saw Through Actor 2011
No Score Yet Life's a Beach Actor 2010
No Score Yet The Maiden Heist Roger $0.5M 2009
No Score Yet $5 a Day (Five Dollars a Day) Nat 2008
54% Romance & Cigarettes Cousin Bo $0.4M 2007
21% Balls of Fury Feng $32.9M 2007
91% Hairspray Wilbur Turnbald $118.9M 2007
22% Man of the Year Jack Menken $37.5M 2006
29% Fade to Black Brewster 2006
33% Click Morty $137.4M 2006
18% Domino Mark Heiss $10.2M 2005
75% Wedding Crashers William Cleary $209.3M 2005
29% Around the Bend Turner Lair $0.2M 2004
26% The Stepford Wives Mike Wellington $59.4M 2004
8% Envy J-Man $12.2M 2004
39% Man on Fire Rayburn $77.7M 2004
69% The Rundown Hatcher $47.6M 2003
6% Gigli Det. Stanley Jacobellis $5.7M 2003
8% Kangaroo Jack Sal $66.8M 2003
40% Undertaking Betty Frank Featherbed 2003
No Score Yet Julius Caesar Cato 2002
96% Catch Me If You Can Frank Abagnale Sr. $164.5M 2002
29% The Country Bears Reed Thimple $16.9M 2002
33% Poolhall Junkies Mike $0.6M 2002
No Score Yet Julius Caesar (Caesar) Cato 2002
15% The Affair of the Necklace Count Cagliostro 2001
26% Chelsea Walls Actor 2001
32% America's Sweethearts Hal Weidmann $93.1M 2001
11% Joe Dirt Clem $27.1M 2001
59% Scotland, Pa. Lt. Ernie McDuff $0.3M 2001
52% The Opportunists Victor Kelly 2000
No Score Yet Kiss Toledo Goodbye Max 2000
17% The Prophecy 3: The Ascent Gabriel 2000
No Score Yet Sarah, Plain and Tall: Winter's End Jacob Witting 1999
68% Sleepy Hollow Headless Horseman 1999
19% New Rose Hotel Fox 1999
40% Illuminata Bevalaqua 1999
No Score Yet Vendetta James Houston 1999
57% Blast From the Past Calvin Webber 1999
93% Antz Col. Cutter 1998
33% Trance (The Eternal: Kiss of the Mummy) Nora's Uncle 1998
33% The Prophecy II Gabriel 1998
42% Mouse Hunt Caesar 1997
32% Excess Baggage Ray 1997
34% Suicide Kings Charles Barrett 1997
33% Touch Bill Hill 1997
50% Comfort of Strangers Robert 1997
79% The Funeral Ray 1996
37% Last Man Standing Hickey 1996
68% Basquiat The Interviewer 1996
No Score Yet Celluloide (Celluloid) U.S. Officer 1995
33% Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead The Man with the Plan 1995
32% Nick of Time Mr. Smith 1995
20% A Business Affair Vanni Corso 1995
75% The Addiction Peina 1995
43% The Prophecy Angel Gabriel 1995
33% Search and Destroy Kim $0.4M 1995
60% Wild Side (All The Way) Bruno Buckingham 1995
92% Pulp Fiction Koons 1994
61% Wayne's World 2 Bobby Cahn 1993
92% True Romance Vincenzo Coccotti 1993
No Score Yet Scam Jack Shanks 1993
No Score Yet Skylark Jacob Witting 1993
No Score Yet Day of Atonement Actor 1993
79% Batman Returns Max Shreck 1992
No Score Yet McBain McBain 1992
No Score Yet All-American Murder P.J. Decker 1991
72% Mistress Warren Zell 1991
80% Sarah, Plain and Tall Jacob Witting 1991
71% King of New York Frank White 1990
20% Communion Whitley Strieber 1989
No Score Yet Homeboy Wesley Pendergass 1988
81% Biloxi Blues Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey 1988
55% The Milagro Beanfield War Kyril Montana 1988
No Score Yet Puss in Boots Puss 1988
No Score Yet Witness in the War Zone Don Stevens 1987
No Score Yet Deadline Actor 1987
87% At Close Range Brad Whitewood Sr. 1986
36% A View to a Kill Max Zorin 1985
91% The Dead Zone Johnny Smith 1983
59% Brainstorm Michael Brace 1983
No Score Yet Who Am I This Time? Harry Nash 1982
No Score Yet Cannon Movie Tales: Puss in Boots Puss 1982
85% Pennies From Heaven Tom 1981
57% Heaven's Gate Nathan D. Champion 1980
67% The Dogs of War Jamie Shannon 1980
29% Last Embrace Eckart 1979
94% The Deer Hunter Nick 1978
No Score Yet Roseland Russel 1977
97% Annie Hall Duane Hall 1977
45% The Sentinel Rizzo 1977
80% Next Stop, Greenwich Village Robert 1976
No Score Yet Shoot the Sun Down Mr. Rainbow 1974
No Score Yet The Mind Snatchers Privatz James H. Reese 1972
70% The Anderson Tapes The Kid 1971
No Score Yet Me and My Brother Actor 1969
No Score Yet The Prophecy 2: Ashtown Actor

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No Score Yet Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr.
2012
Appearing
  • 2017
No Score Yet The View
1997
Guest
  • 2016
No Score Yet Lidia Celebrates America
2011
Guest
  • 2015
No Score Yet The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
2014
Guest
  • 2015
  • 2014
No Score Yet Late Show With David Letterman
1993-2015
Guest
  • 2014
No Score Yet Masterpiece
1971-2014
Curtis Pelissier
  • 2014
No Score Yet Inside the Actors Studio
1994
Guest
  • 2013
No Score Yet Sunday Morning
2011-2018
Appearing
  • 2012
  • 2011
No Score Yet Late Night With Jimmy Fallon
2009-2014
Guest
  • 2012
  • 2009
No Score Yet Saturday Night Live
1975
Performer Host Guest
  • 2008
  • 2003
  • 2002
  • 2001
  • 2000
  • 1996
  • 1992
  • 1990
No Score Yet The Daily Show With Jon Stewart
1999-2015
Guest
  • 2007
No Score Yet The Henry Rollins Show
2006-2007
Guest
  • 2007
No Score Yet American Playhouse
1982-1996
  • 1982
No Score Yet Kojak
1973-1978
Ben Wiley
  • 1977

QUOTES FROM Christopher Walken CHARACTERS

King Louie
You know who I am?
Mowgli
No?
King Louie
I am the King of the Bandar-log. Call me Louie.
King Louie
You can't or you won't.
Mowgli
I can't.
King Louie
I have ears and my ears have ears
King Louie
I have ears and my ears have ears.
McBain
I don't need forever!
Jamie Shannon
Now you're going to have to buy it all over again.
Hans
You might wanna stop drinking, Martin, if this is how you're going to behave.
Marty
If this is how I'm gonna..? This guy... just telephoned a psycho killer, to come and psycho kill us! And this guy's doubting a life-long believe in the after life because of psychedelic cactus he just ate! And you motherfuckers are telling me to behave?!
Morty
P.S. Your wife's rockin' body still drives me crazy!
Angelo "Gyp" DeCarlo
I know you don't like me, but let's kill Batman!
Frank Abagnale Sr.
You know why the Yankees always win, Frank?
Frank Abagnale Jr.
Because they have Mickey Mantle?
Frank Abagnale Sr.
No, it's because noone can keep their eyes off those damn pinstripes.
Frank Abagnale Sr.
You know why the Yankees always win, Frank?
Frank Abagnale Jr.
Because they have Mickey Mantle?
Frank Abagnale Sr.
No, it's because noone can keep their eyes off those damn pinstripes.
Frank Abagnale Sr.
You know why the Yankees always win, Frank?
Frank Abagnale Jr.
Because they have Mickey Mantle?
Frank Abagnale Sr.
No, it's because noone can keep their eyes off those damn pinstripes.
Edna Turnblad
Oh, Wilbur, to think that I almost stopped her from reaching for the stars!
Wilbur Turnblad
And now here she is on local daytime TV.
Whitley Strieber
I am the dreamer, you are the dream
Whitley Strieber
I am the dreamer, you are the dream.
Johnny Smith
As he was a bachelor, and in nobody's debt, nobody troubled his head any more about him...
Max Shreck
What did curiosity do to the cat?
Whitley Strieber
It's like I can't see anything but the inside of my own head.
Val
Is time to kick ass or chew gum, and guess what...
Val
Is time to kick ass or chew gum and guess what?
Doc
I'm all out of gum.
Capt. Koons
The way your dad looked at it, this watch was your birthright. He'd be damned if any slopes gonna put their greasy yellow hands on his boy's birthright, so he hid it, in the one place he knew he could hide something: his ass. Five long years, he wore this watch up his ass. Then when he died of dysentery, he gave me the watch. I hid this uncomfortable piece of metal up my ass for two years. Then, after seven years, I was sent home to my family. And now, little man, I give the watch to you.
Hans
Five hundred bucks, baby! A blonde lady with a big fat basset hound.
Myra
When you gonna get a job that ain't just stealing from folks, Hans?
Hans
You're the one who thought psychopaths were so interesting! They get kind of tiresome after a while, don't you think?
Vincenzo Coccotti
What we are doing is having a game o show an tell. You aren't telling me anything, but you're showing me everything.
Vincenzo Coccotti
What we are doing is having a game show and tell. You aren't telling me anything, but you're showing me everything.
Hans
I know you said dream sequences are for fags but I think it could work y'know we all gotta dream don't we?
Hans
I know you said dream sequences are for fags but I think it could work y'know we all gotta dream don't we?
Hans
Fuck the cops. Fuck em!
Hans
An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind.
Billy
No, it doesn't. There'll be one guy left with one eye. How's the last blind guy gonna take out the eye of the last guy left?
Michael Newman
What is this a porno or something? Is that my parents?!
Morty
They're making you. Like bunny rabbits.
Michael Newman
Get me outta here!
Capt. Koons
So I hid this uncomfortable lunk of metal up my ass
Capt. Koons
I hid this uncomfortable hunk of metal up my ass two years.
Doc
Let's just drop the welcome home thing.
Edna Turnblad
(to Velma Von Tussle): Smile Miss Crab Meat you're on candid camera
Edna Turnblad
[to Velma Von Tussle] Smile Miss Crab Meat you're on candid camera.
Wilbur Turnblad
That was a good shot
Wilbur Turnblad
That was a good shot.
Velma Von Tussle
(laughs) What are you doing? GET THAT THING AWAY FROM ME! GO TO COMMERCIAL! GO!
Velma Von Tussle
[laughs] What are you doing? GET THAT THING AWAY FROM ME! GO TO COMMERCIAL! GO!
Charles Barrett
Those dogs, it wasn't steak they were eating.
Charles Barrett
A lot of times the only thing that kept me out of a satin box was I could size up the other guy half a second quicker than he could me.
Charles Barrett
Everybody out there knows, everybody lies. Cops lie, newspapers lie....the one thing you can count on is word on the street That's solid.
Charles Barrett
Everybody out there knows, everybody lies. Cops lie, newspapers lie... the one thing you can count on is word on the street That's solid.
Avery Chasten
You should listen to him, Mr. Barrett, his father's a doctor.
Charles Barrett
Oh, I thought he was a serial killer.
Charles Barrett
I'm going to give you an opportunity to get out of this before everything get so fucked up that nobody has a chance to recover, ya know what I'm sayin'?
May Day
(Looks through Zepplin window at Golden Gate Bridge) Wow... What a view
May Day
[looks through Zepplin window at Golden Gate Bridge] Wow... What a view.
Max Zorin
...To a Kill
Max Zorin
To a kill.
Frank White
I'm not your problem.
Marty
That's just great! That's just fucking great! Do you know what that is? Do you know what that is right there!
Hans
Great?
Marty
That's just fucking great!
Ray
"yeah-well, fuck them, and their flowers."
Ray
Yeah-well, fuck them, and their flowers.
Vincenzo Coccotti
I haven't killed anybody...since 1984.
Max Shreck
Bruce Wayne, what are doing dressed up as Batman?
Catwoman/Selina Kyle
He is Batman, you idiot!
Catwoman
He is Batman, you moron!
Hans
As Gandhi said..."An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind". I believe that whole heartedly.
Hans
As Gandhi said...'An eye for an eye leaves the whole world blind'. I believe that whole heartedly.
Bill
No it doesn't. There'll be one guy left with one eye. How's the last blind guy going to take out the eye of the last guy left whose still got one eye left? All that guy has to do is run away and hide behind a bush. Ghandi was wrong. It's just that nobody's got the balls to come out and say it.
Peina
The entire world's a graveyard. And we, the birds of prey, picking at the bones.
Peina
You learn to control it. You learn, like the Tibetans , to survive on a little.
Hans
It's their blood... It's his puke.
Charlie
Put your hands up!
Hans
No.
Charlie
But I've got a gun!
Hans
I don't care.
Charlie
That doesn't make any sense!
Hans
Too bad!
Clifford Worley
'Cause you, you're part eggplant
Clifford Worley
'Cause you, you're part eggplant.
Vincenzo Coccotti
You're a cantaloupe
Vincenzo Coccotti
You're a cantaloupe.
Man With The Plan
"It's just an action, not a piece of work."
Man With The Plan
It's just an action, not a piece of work.
Max Shreck
(Looking at the umbrella)What's that for, to hypnotize me?
Max Shreck
[looking at the umbrella] What's that for, to hypnotize me?
The Penguin/Oswald Cobblepot
No, just to give you a splitting headache.
Max Shreck
Why are you dressed up as Batman?
Catwoman/Selina Kyle
That's because he is Batman you moron!
Morty
Is that a woman or a man?
Morty
Is that a man or a woman?
Mike
You had Phil shaking like a dog shitting peach seeds.
Vincenzo Coccotti
I'm the Anti-Christ. You got me in a vendetta kind of mood. You tell the angels in heaven you never seen evil so singularly personified as you did in the face of the man who killed you."
Vincenzo Coccotti
I'm the Anti-Christ. You got me in a vendetta kind of mood. You tell the angels in heaven you never seen evil so singularly personified as you did in the face of the man who killed you.
Max Shreck
Imagine... A place for a new mayor in Gotham, and Oswald Cobblepot filling the void...
The Penguin/Oswald Cobblepot
(looks at hot chick) I'd like to fill HER void!
The Penguin/Oswald Cobblepot
[looks at hot chick] I'd like to fill HER void!
Caesar
What's tha-? Horse! Fiendish! I won't eat it!
Mike
Now... don't beat him. Kick his ass!
Michael Newman
(Found the remote control in his pants)
Michael Newman
[found the remote control in his pants]
Morty
Is that a stick or are you just happy?
Morty
Is this a stick up, or are you just happy?
Sal Maggio
Amorphous.
Man With The Plan
I heard about your endeavor,some support group thing for dying fags.
Man With The Plan
One minute you're saving the rainforest,the next,you're chugging cock.
Feng
Stop! This is Boring! Kill them Both! We're missing Antiques Roadshow!
Reed Thimple
This is not over....BEARS!
Frank Abagnale Sr.
Two little mice fell in a bucket of cream. The first mouse quickly gave up and drowned. The second mouse, wouldn't quit. He struggled so hard that eventually he churned that cream into butter and crawled out. Gentlemen, as of this moment, I am that second mouse.
Nick
I like the trees you know. All the different ways of the trees.
Jacob Witting
"My wife died six years ago.. I hope you don't expect--"
Jacob Witting
My wife died six years ago.. I hope you don't expect--
Sarah Wheaton
"It's alright, Mr. Whitting, I didn't come here for love."
Sarah Wheaton
It's alright, Mr. Whitting, I didn't come here for love.
Jacob Witting
"What I meant is that the house is not in perfect order.. I didn't ask for love."
Jacob Witting
What I meant is that the house is not in perfect order.. I didn't ask for love.
Gabriel
"In the end, there's still the word. Everywhere. In heaven with angels, the Earth and stars; even the darkest part of the human soul. It was there the word burned brightest, and for a moment... I was blinded."
Gabriel
In the end, there's still the word. Everywhere. In heaven with angels, the Earth and stars; even the darkest part of the human soul. It was there the word burned brightest, and for a moment... I was blinded.
Gabriel
"What's it like? To wake up.. as dead meat, with the buzzards circling?"
Gabriel
What's it like? To wake up.. as dead meat, with the buzzards circling?
Danyael
"Do I know you?"
Danyael
Do I know you?
Gabriel
"I know you, from.. Before you were born. Both times."
Gabriel
I know you, from.. Before you were born. Both times.
Gabriel
"You been with a woman, Zophael? It's like dying -- You moan, cry out -- You get to a spot, that has you BEGGING, for release. Once, I was an Angel of Death... now, I die every day... when I have the cash."
Gabriel
You been with a woman, Zophael? It's like dying -- You moan, cry out -- You get to a spot, that has you BEGGING, for release. Once, I was an Angel of Death... now, I die every day... when I have the cash.
Turner Lair
"Goin' to the rock.. It's where you come from. The woman I made love with on that rock... was your mother."
Turner Lair
Goin' to the rock.. It's where you come from. The woman I made love with on that rock... was your mother.
Jason Lair
"Why did Henry send us here, Turner?"
Jason Lair
Why did Henry send us here, Turner?
Turner Lair
"Spite . . ."
Turner Lair
Spite...
Jason Lair
". . . No, he sent us here so I could forgive you. That's all my post-it said was, "Forgive him." What am I forgiving you for, Turner? Huh? What am I forgiving you for?"
Jason Lair
No, he sent us here so I could forgive you. That's all my post-it said was, "Forgive him." What am I forgiving you for, Turner? Huh? What am I forgiving you for?
Turner Lair
"What happened here... there's no forgiveness. ...I'm, i'm not even that person anymore."
Turner Lair
What happened here... there's no forgiveness. ...I'm, i'm not even that person anymore.
Jason Lair
"What happened on the stairway, Turner? Just tell me, what happened on the stairway?"
Jason Lair
What happened on the stairway, Turner? Just tell me, what happened on the stairway?
Turner Lair
"You were not in the car."
Turner Lair
You were not in the car.
Jason Lair
"What?"
Jason Lair
What?
Turner Lair
"With your mother. You were never in a car accident."
Turner Lair
With your mother. You were never in a car accident.
Jason Lair
"What'd you do? Did you drop me? Is that it? You get fucked up? You get fucked up and you dropped me?"
Jason Lair
What'd you do? Did you drop me? Is that it? You get fucked up? You get fucked up and you dropped me?
Turner Lair
"Fucked up? I WAS GONE!"
Turner Lair
Fucked up? I WAS GONE!
Jason Lair
"Just... say it! Say it! Say it! You dropped me! Say it."
Jason Lair
Just... say it! Say it! Say it! You dropped me! Say it.
Turner Lair
"No... no. No! NO! Nobody dropped you! ..GET IT? ....I threw you, kid. I threw my boy.. I threw my boy"
Turner Lair
No... no. No! NO! Nobody dropped you! ..GET IT? ....I threw you, kid. I threw my boy.. I threw my boy.
Jason Lair
You called me TENSE!
Turner Lair
You called me a THIEF!
Jason Lair
You WERE a thief!
Turner Lair
You were tense.. You still are.
Turner Lair
You were tense. You still are.
Turner Lair
"She was.. My breath. When she died, I had no.. Breath, anymore. You understand?"
Turner Lair
She was.. My breath. When she died, I had no.. Breath, anymore. You understand?
Reed Thimple
"Do you like the sound of crunching wood? ...I do."
Reed Thimple
Do you like the sound of crunching wood? ...I do.
Max Zorin
"You lost, 007."
Max Zorin
You lost, 007.
James Bond
"Killing Tibbett was a mistake."
James Bond
Killing Tibbett was a mistake.
Max Zorin
"I'm about to make the same mistake twice."
Max Zorin
I'm about to make the same mistake twice.
Max Zorin
"So.. Does anyone else wanna drop out?"
Max Zorin
So.. Does anyone else wanna drop out?
Max Zorin
"You slept well?"
Max Zorin
You slept well?
James Bond
"A little restless, but I got off eventually."
James Bond
A little restless, but I got off eventually.
Max Zorin
"Intuitive improvisation, is the secret of genius."
Max Zorin
Intuitive improvisation, is the secret of genius.
Angel Gabriel
"You know how you got that dent, on your top lip? Way back, before you were born, I told you a secret, -- then I put my finger there -- and I said 'Shh.'"
Angel Gabriel
You know how you got that dent, on your top lip? Way back, before you were born, I told you a secret, -- then I put my finger there -- and I said 'Shh.
Angel Gabriel
"Bye kids, study your math! Key to the universe!"
Angel Gabriel
Bye kids, study your math! Key to the universe!
Katherine
"Go to hell!"
Katherine
Go to hell!
Angel Gabriel
"Heaven, darling, Heaven. At least get the zip code right."
Angel Gabriel
Heaven, darling, Heaven. At least get the zip code right.
Katherine
"It's all the same to you, isn't it?"
Katherine
It's all the same to you, isn't it?
Angel Gabriel
"No! In Heaven, we believe in love."
Angel Gabriel
No! In Heaven, we believe in love.
Katherine
"What do you love, Gabriel?"
Katherine
What do you love, Gabriel?
Angel Gabriel
"Cracking your skull."
Angel Gabriel
Cracking your skull.
Angel Gabriel
"I'm an angel, I kill first born's while their mamas watch. I turn cities into salt. I even, when I feel like it, rip the souls from little girls and from now until kingdom COME, the only thing you can COUNT ON, in your EXISTENCE.. Is never understanding why."
Angel Gabriel
I'm an angel, I kill first born's while their mamas watch. I turn cities into salt. I even, when I feel like it, rip the souls from little girls and from now until kingdom COME, the only thing you can COUNT ON, in your EXISTENCE.. Is never understanding why.
Robert
"My father, was a very big man.. and all his life, he wore a black mustache. When it was no longer black, he used a small brush, -- such as ladies use for their eyes. Mascara -- to keep it black. You could not speak, at the dinner table unless first spoken to by my father."
Robert
My father, was a very big man.. and all his life, he wore a black mustache. When it was no longer black, he used a small brush, -- such as ladies use for their eyes. Mascara -- to keep it black. You could not speak, at the dinner table unless first spoken to by my father.
Michael Brace
"Why do you have to die to let go?"
Michael Brace
Why do you have to die to let go?
Michael Brace
"Look at the stars."
Michael Brace
Look at the stars.
Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey
"The moral to this story is -- when you get real horny -- do unto yourself as you would otherwise do unto others."
Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey
"You're taking me on, aren't you? I have a nutcracker that crunches the testicles of men that take me on."
Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey
You're taking me on, aren't you? I have a nutcracker that crunches the testicles of men that take me on.
Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey
"In the past twenty-one days, you boys have made some fine progress. You're not fighting soldiers yet, but I'd match you up against some Nazi cocktail waitress anytime."
Sgt. Merwin J. Toomey
In the past twenty-one days, you boys have made some fine progress. You're not fighting soldiers yet, but I'd match you up against some Nazi cocktail waitress anytime.
Johnny Smith
"The ICE-- Is gonna BREAK!"
Johnny Smith
The ICE-- Is gonna BREAK!
Dennis Gilley
"I heard a rumor about you."
Dennis Gilley
I heard a rumor about you.
Frank White
"What's that?"
Frank White
What's that?
Dennis Gilley
"I heard you got AIDS getting dicked up your ass in prison, that's what I heard."
Dennis Gilley
I heard you got AIDS getting dicked up your ass in prison, that's what I heard.
Frank White
[Laughs] "I thought about you every time I jerked off, dickhead."
Frank White
[laughs] I thought about you every time I jerked off, dickhead.
Frank White
"You think ambushing me in some nightclub's gonna stop what makes people take drugs? This country spends $100 billion a year on getting high, and it's not because of me. All that time I was wasting in jail, it just got worse. I'm not your problem. I'm just a businessman."
Frank White
You think ambushing me in some nightclub's gonna stop what makes people take drugs? This country spends $100 billion a year on getting high, and it's not because of me. All that time I was wasting in jail, it just got worse. I'm not your problem. I'm just a businessman.
Frank White
"From now on, nothing goes down unless I'm involved. No blackjack no dope deals, no nothing. A nickel bag gets sold in the park, I want in. You guys got fat while everybody starved on the street. Now it's my turn."
Frank White
From now on, nothing goes down unless I'm involved. No blackjack no dope deals, no nothing. A nickel bag gets sold in the park, I want in. You guys got fat while everybody starved on the street. Now it's my turn.
The Kid
"America, man, you know it's so beautiful I wanna eat it!"
The Kid
America, man, you know it's so beautiful I wanna eat it!
Russel
"You think Iâ??m vain. â??Cause I like myself? I like my suit. Donâ??t you like my suit? You like my tie?"
Russel
You think I'm vain. Cause I like myself? I like my suit. Don't you like my suit? You like my tie?
Marilyn
[Giggles] "Cute."
Marilyn
[giggles] Cute.
Russel
"Cute? How about the rest of me? My eyes, hair, profile. Legs long enough? [Gestures at stomach] Mmm, flat."
Russel
Cute? How about the rest of me? My eyes, hair, profile. Legs long enough? [gestures at stomach] Mmm, flat.
Russel
"What do you do at home? Stare at the wall and go quietly crazy?"
Russel
What do you do at home? Stare at the wall and go quietly crazy?
Frank Abagnale Sr.
Must've slipped right off your neck.
Max Shreck
Selina? Selina Kyle, you're fired! And Bruce Wayne, why are you dressed up like Batman?
Catwoman/Selina Kyle
Because he is Batman, you moron!
Max Shreck
Bottom line: if she tries to blackmail me, I'll drop her out a higher window. Mean time, I got better fish to fry.
Max Shreck
You're not only saving a life, you're--
Batman / Bruce Wayne
Shut up, you're going to jail.
Capt. Koons
Hello, little man. Boy, I sure heard a bunch about you. See, I was a good friend of your dad's. We were in that Hanoi pit of hell together over five years. Hopefully, you'll never have to experience this yourself but when two men are in a situation like me and your dad were for as long as we were, you take on certain responsibilities on the other. If it'd been me who'd not made it, Major Coolidge would be talking right now to my son, Jim. The way it turned out, I'm talking to you, Butch. I got something for ya'. This watch I got here was first purchased by your great grandfather during the First World War. It was bought in a little general store in Knoxville, Tennessee; made by the first company to ever make wristwatches. Up 'til then people just carried pocket watches. It was bought by private Erine Coolidge on the day he set sail for Paris. This was your great grandfather's war watch and he wore it every day he was in that war. When he'd done his duty, went home to your great grandmother, took the watch off, put it in a coffee can, and in that can it stayed 'til your granddad, Dane Coolidge was called upon by his country to go overseas and fight the Germans once again. This time they called it World War II. Your great grandfather gave this watch to your granddad for good luck. Unfortunately, Dane's luck wasn't as good as his old man's. Dane was a Marine and was killed along with a lot of other Marines on the battle of Wake Island. Your granddad was facing death; he knew it. None of those boys had any illusions about ever leaving that island alive so, three days before the Japanese took the island, your granddad asked a gunner on an air force transport under the name of Winocki, a man he’d never met before in his life to deliver to his infant son, who he’d never seen in the flesh, his gold watch. Three days later your granddad was dead but Winocki kept his word. After the war was over he paid a visit to your grandmother delivering to your infant father his dad’s gold watch, this watch. This watch was on your daddy’s wrist when he was shot down over Hanoi. He was captured, put in a Vietnamese prison camp. He knew that if the gooks ever saw the watch they would confiscate it; take it away. The way your dad looked at it, this watch was your birthright. He’d be damned if any slope’s gonna put his greasy, yellow hands on his boy’s birthright so he hid it, on the one place he knew he could hide something: his ass. Five long years he wore this watch up his ass. Then, he died of dysentery, gave me the watch. I hid this uncomfortable hunk of metal up my ass two years. Then, after seven years, I was sent home to my family and now, little man, I give the watch to you.
Frank Abagnale Sr.
Two little mice fell in a bucket of cream. The first mouse quickly gave up and drowned. The second mouse, wouldn't quit. He struggled so hard that eventually he turned that cream into butter and crawled out. Gentlemen, as of this moment, I am that second mouse.
Nick
One shot.