Movie quotes

  • X-Men
    • X-Men

      (2000)
    • 00:06:49 What do mutants have to hide that makes them so afraid to identify themselves?

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      • 00:06:41 that I am urging the Senate to vote against mutant registration.

      • 00:06:45 - To force mutants to expose themselves... - Expose themselves?

      • 00:06:49 What do mutants have to hide that makes them so afraid to identify themselves?

      • 00:06:54 - I didn't say they were hiding. - Let me show you what is being hidden.

      • 00:06:58 I have here a list of names of identified mutants living right here in the United States.

    • 00:07:13 Or into their houses? And there are even rumours of mutants so powerful

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      • 00:07:04 - Senator Kelly... - A girl in Illinois who walks through walls.

      • 00:07:08 What's to stop her from walking into a bank vault? Or into the White House?

      • 00:07:13 Or into their houses? And there are even rumours of mutants so powerful

      • 00:07:18 that they can enter our minds and control our thoughts,

      • 00:07:21 taking away our God-given free will.

    • 00:17:42 So what kind of a name is Rogue?

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      • 00:17:30 When they come out, does it hurt?

      • 00:17:36 Every time.

      • 00:17:42 So what kind of a name is Rogue?

      • 00:17:46 I don't know. What kind of a name is Wolverine?

      • 00:17:54 My name's Logan.

    • 00:25:00 So, I'd like your definitions of weak and strong anthropic principles on Wednesday.

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      • 00:24:38 Over here!

      • 00:24:57 Good morning, Logan.

      • 00:25:00 So, I'd like your definitions of weak and strong anthropic principles on Wednesday.

      • 00:25:05 That'll be all.

      • 00:25:13 - Bye, Professor. - Bye, Kitty.

    • 00:27:49 Some with gifts so extreme they're a danger to themselves and those around them.

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      • 00:27:41 and, in time, teach others to do the same.

      • 00:27:46 The students are mostly runaways - frightened, alone.

      • 00:27:49 Some with gifts so extreme they're a danger to themselves and those around them.

      • 00:27:55 Like your friend Rogue.

      • 00:27:56 Incapable of physical human contact, probably for the rest of her life.

    • 00:30:21 Senator, you favour gun registration, yes? Some of these so-called children

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      • 00:29:44 and I give you my word that I will use all my power

      • 00:29:47 to help you piece together what you've lost, and what you're looking for.

      • 00:30:21 Senator, you favour gun registration, yes? Some of these so-called children

      • 00:30:26 possess more than 10 times the destructive force of any handgun.

      • 00:30:31 No, I don't see a difference. All I see are weapons in our schools.

    • 00:30:38 So?

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      • 00:30:31 No, I don't see a difference. All I see are weapons in our schools.

      • 00:30:35 Well, that's fair enough. All right.

      • 00:30:38 So?

      • 00:30:40 It's gonna be close. A vote this loaded is always close.

      • 00:30:44 What about the UN summit? The world will be watching.

    • 00:32:28 So... couldn't wait to get my shirt off again, huh?

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      • 00:32:13 I'm sorry.

      • 00:32:16 - For what? - If I hurt you.

      • 00:32:28 So... couldn't wait to get my shirt off again, huh?

      • 00:32:49 The metal is an alloy called adamantium.

      • 00:32:52 Supposedly indestructible. It's been surgically grafted to his entire skeleton.

    • 00:34:19 But I've had Mystique here keep you company. She takes so many shapes.

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      • 00:34:13 Who are you people? Where's Henry?

      • 00:34:16 Mr Guyrich has been dead for some time, Senator.

      • 00:34:19 But I've had Mystique here keep you company. She takes so many shapes.

      • 00:34:24 Whatever you do to me, you'll make me right.

      • 00:34:28 Every word I've spoken will be confirmed.

    • 00:34:58 It's not so surprising, really. Mankind has always feared what it doesn't understand.

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      • 00:34:47 You see, I think what you really are afraid of is me.

      • 00:34:52 Me and my kind. The brotherhood of mutants.

      • 00:34:58 It's not so surprising, really. Mankind has always feared what it doesn't understand.

      • 00:35:07 Well, don't fear God, Senator, and certainly don't fear me.

      • 00:35:14 Not any more.

    • 00:37:12 - So read my mind. - I'd rather not.

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      • 00:37:03 Nowhere near that powerful. But he's teaching me to develop it.

      • 00:37:08 I'm sure he is.

      • 00:37:12 - So read my mind. - I'd rather not.

      • 00:37:14 - Come on. You afraid you might like it? - I doubt it.

      • 00:37:41 What do you see?

    • 00:45:30 There are more powerful mutants out there. Why should this one be so important to him?

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      • 00:45:01 You should go.

      • 00:45:26 What are you looking for, Eric? It's strange.

      • 00:45:30 There are more powerful mutants out there. Why should this one be so important to him?

      • 00:45:35 - Maybe it's his way with people. - You don't like him.

      • 00:45:39 - How could you tell? - Well, I am psychic, you know.

    • 00:51:43 OK, so...

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      • 00:51:27 And that's a rare thing.

      • 00:51:32 For people like us.

      • 00:51:43 OK, so...

      • 00:51:46 What do you say? Give these geeks one more shot?

      • 00:51:52 Come on, I'll take care of you.

    • 00:58:41 - So far, you've all done a bang-up job. - Then help us. Fight with us.

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      • 00:58:31 - How? - The traditional way: Look.

      • 00:58:38 - Logan, you can't do this alone. - Who'll help me? You?

      • 00:58:41 - So far, you've all done a bang-up job. - Then help us. Fight with us.

      • 00:58:45 Fight with you? Join the team? Be an X-Man?

      • 00:58:48 Who the hell do you think you are? You're a mutant.

    • 01:01:31 - So what does Magneto want with Rogue? - I don't know.

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      • 01:01:21 - His cells began to break down immediately. - What effect does it have on mutants?

      • 01:01:25 There appears to be none. But I fear it will harm any normal person exposed to it.

      • 01:01:31 - So what does Magneto want with Rogue? - I don't know.

      • 01:01:38 Wait a second. You said this machine draws its power from Magneto.

      • 01:01:43 - And that it weakened him. - Yes. In fact, it nearly killed him.

    • 01:19:45 So, the good senator survived his fall. And the swim to shore.

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      • 01:19:38 Mystique?

      • 01:19:40 - Mystique! - I've seen Senator Kelly.

      • 01:19:45 So, the good senator survived his fall. And the swim to shore.

      • 01:19:51 He's become even more powerful than I imagined.

      • 01:19:53 - He's dead. - It's true.

    • 01:20:42 You're so full of shit. If you're really so righteous, it'd be you in that thing.

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      • 01:20:35 soon our fate will be theirs.

      • 01:20:38 Help! Please help me!

      • 01:20:42 You're so full of shit. If you're really so righteous, it'd be you in that thing.

      • 01:20:49 Help! Somebody help me!

      • 01:21:06 Please!