Movie quotes

  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
    • 00:03:04 Why?

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      • 00:02:39 Déagol.

      • 00:02:57 Give us that, Déagol, my love.

      • 00:03:04 Why?

      • 00:03:06 Because...

      • 00:03:09 ...it's my birthday and I wants it.

    • 00:34:01 ...why should we ride to the aid of those who did not come to ours?

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      • 00:33:54 If the beacons of Gender are lit, Rohan must be ready for war.

      • 00:33:59 Tell me...

      • 00:34:01 ...why should we ride to the aid of those who did not come to ours?

      • 00:34:09 What do we owe Gender?

      • 00:34:12 -I will go. -No!

    • 00:34:54 Why did you look?

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      • 00:34:50 Hurry! Hurry!

      • 00:34:53 Where are we going?

      • 00:34:54 Why did you look?

      • 00:34:56 Why do you always have to look?

      • 00:34:59 -I don't know. I can't help it. -You never can.

    • 00:34:56 Why do you always have to look?

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      • 00:34:53 Where are we going?

      • 00:34:54 Why did you look?

      • 00:34:56 Why do you always have to look?

      • 00:34:59 -I don't know. I can't help it. -You never can.

      • 00:35:02 I'm sorry, all right?

    • 00:45:14 Perhaps you come to tell me why my son is dead.

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      • 00:45:00 I come with tidings in this dark hour, and with counsel.

      • 00:45:05 Perhaps you come to explain this.

      • 00:45:14 Perhaps you come to tell me why my son is dead.

      • 00:45:33 Boromir died to save us...

      • 00:45:37 ...my kinsman and me.

    • 00:48:17 -Why are they still guarding it? -They guard it because they have hope.

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      • 00:48:13 And the White Tree, the tree of the king...

      • 00:48:15 ...will never bloom again.

      • 00:48:17 -Why are they still guarding it? -They guard it because they have hope.

      • 00:48:20 A faint and fading hope that one day it will flower.

      • 00:48:24 That a king will come and this city will be as it once was...

    • 01:18:32 Why does he hates poor Sméagol?

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      • 01:18:24 Get back, you!

      • 01:18:26 Don't touch him!

      • 01:18:32 Why does he hates poor Sméagol?

      • 01:18:35 What has Sméagol ever done to him?

      • 01:18:39 Master?

    • 01:32:01 And why should your songs be unfit for my halls?

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      • 01:31:56 But we have no songs for great halls...

      • 01:31:59 ...and evil times.

      • 01:32:01 And why should your songs be unfit for my halls?

      • 01:32:07 Come, sing me a song.

      • 01:32:20 Home is behind

    • 01:37:21 Why should Merry be left behind?

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      • 01:37:13 You should not doubt him.

      • 01:37:15 I do not doubt his heart, only the reach of his arm.

      • 01:37:21 Why should Merry be left behind?

      • 01:37:23 He has as much cause to go to war as you.

      • 01:37:28 Why can he not fight for those he loves?

    • 01:37:28 Why can he not fight for those he loves?

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      • 01:37:21 Why should Merry be left behind?

      • 01:37:23 He has as much cause to go to war as you.

      • 01:37:28 Why can he not fight for those he loves?

      • 01:37:34 You know as little of war as that Hobbit.

      • 01:37:38 When the fear takes him...

    • 01:42:55 Why are you doing this?

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      • 01:42:33 I give hope to the Dúnedain.

      • 01:42:39 I have kept no hope for myself.

      • 01:42:55 Why are you doing this?

      • 01:42:57 The war lies to the east. You cannot leave on the eve of battle.

      • 01:43:03 You cannot abandon the men.

    • 01:43:11 Why have you come?

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      • 01:43:06 Éowyn....

      • 01:43:08 We need you here.

      • 01:43:11 Why have you come?

      • 01:43:15 Do you not know?

      • 01:43:26 It is but a shadow and a thought that you love.

    • 01:45:05 Why does he leave on the eve of battle?

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      • 01:44:57 I don't understand.

      • 01:45:03 Lord Aragorn!

      • 01:45:05 Why does he leave on the eve of battle?

      • 01:45:10 He leaves because there is no hope.

      • 01:45:12 He leaves because he must.

    • 02:14:10 Why does he cry?

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      • 02:14:07 Naughty little fly

      • 02:14:10 Why does he cry?

      • 02:14:14 Caught in a web

      • 02:14:17 Soon you'll be....

    • 02:21:06 Why do the fools fly?

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      • 02:20:46 Gondor is lost.

      • 02:20:48 There is no hope for Men.

      • 02:21:06 Why do the fools fly?

      • 02:21:11 Better to die sooner than late.

      • 02:21:16 For die we must.

    • 03:04:56 Let him rot! Why should we care?

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      • 03:04:50 ... but behind the walls of Mordor, our enemy is regrouping.

      • 03:04:54 Let him stay there.

      • 03:04:56 Let him rot! Why should we care?

      • 03:05:11 I've sent him to his death.

      • 03:05:15 No.

    • 04:03:14 Why do you weep?

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      • 04:03:04 They are calling

      • 04:03:08 From across The distant shore

      • 04:03:14 Why do you weep?

      • 04:03:19 What are these tears Upon your face?

      • 04:03:24 Soon you will see

    • 04:03:55 Why do the white gulls

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      • 04:03:44 What can you see

      • 04:03:49 On the horizon?

      • 04:03:55 Why do the white gulls

      • 04:03:59 Call?

      • 04:04:05 Across the sea

    • 04:05:49 Why do the white gulls

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      • 04:05:39 What can you see

      • 04:05:44 On the horizon?

      • 04:05:49 Why do the white gulls

      • 04:05:54 Call?

      • 04:06:00 Across the sea