Favourite Movie Dialogue – The Social Network

Gage: Mr. Zuckerberg, do I have your full attention?
Mark Zuckerberg: [stares out the window] No.
Gage: Do you think I deserve it?
Zuckerberg: [looks at Gage] What?
Gage: Do you think I deserve your full attention?
Zuckerberg: I had to swear an oath before we began this deposition, and I don’t want to perjure myself, so I have a legal obligation to say no.
Gage: Okay – no. You don’t think I deserve your attention.
Zuckerberg: I think if your clients want to sit on my shoulders and call themselves tall, they have the right to give it a try – but there’s no requirement that I enjoy sitting here listening to people lie. You have part of my attention – you have the minimum amount. The rest of my attention is back at the offices of Facebook, where my colleagues and I are doing things that no one in this room, including and especially your clients, are intellectually or creatively capable of doing.
[pauses]
Zuckerberg: Did I adequately answer your condescending question?

From: The Social Network (2010), by Aaron Sorkin

Favourite Movie Dialogue – Fight Club

Scene 1:

Tyler: One minute. This is the beginning. We’re at ground zero. Maybe you should say a few words, to mark the occasion.
Jack: … i… ann….iinn.. ff….nnyin…
Jack (V.O.): With a gun barrel between your teeth, you only speak in vowels.
(Jack tongues the barrel to the side of his mouth.)
Jack: (still distorted) I can’t think of anything.

Several Scenes Later:

Tyler: One minute.
Jack (V.O.): I think this is about where we came in.
Tyler: This is the beginning. We’re at ground zero. Maybe you should say a few words, to mark the occasion.
Jack: … i… ann….iinn.. ff….nnyin…
Jack (V.O.): With a gun barrel between your teeth, you only speak in vowels.
(Jack tongues the barrel to the side of his mouth.)
Jack: (still distorted) I still can’t think of anything.
Tyler: Ah, flashback humour.

From Fight Club (1999), by Chuck Palahniuk and Jim Uhls

Favourite Movie Dialogue – Batchelor Knight

Richard Nugent: Hey, you remind me of a man.
Susan Turner: What man?
Richard Nugent: Man with the power.
Susan Turner: What power?
Richard Nugent: Power of hoodoo.
Susan Turner: Hoodoo?
Richard Nugent: You do.
Susan Turner: Do what?
Richard Nugent: Remind me of a man…

From Batchelor Knight (AKA The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer) (1947), by Sidney Sheldon

As later popularly paraphrased in Labyrinth (1986)