Movie quotes

  • A Beautiful Mind
    • 00:02:44 Man #2. Rumor is he's got his sights set on Wheeler Lab,

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      • 00:02:41 It's the first time the Carnegie prize

      • 00:02:43 has been split. Hansen's all bent.

      • 00:02:44 Man #2. Rumor is he's got his sights set on Wheeler Lab,

      • 00:02:47 the new military think tank at M.I.T.

      • 00:02:49 They're only taking one this year.

    • 00:03:33 Oh, good. Uh, hi.

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      • 00:03:30 - And you are? - Am I late?

      • 00:03:32 - Yes. - Yes, Mr. Sol.

      • 00:03:33 Oh, good. Uh, hi.

      • 00:03:36 - Sol. Richard Sol. - Neilson. The burden of genius.

      • 00:03:39 - Bender: There he is. - So many supplicants, and so little time.

    • 00:06:25 His name was Johnny Walker.

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      • 00:06:21 I'm almost human again.

      • 00:06:23 Officer, I saw the driver who hit me.

      • 00:06:25 His name was Johnny Walker.

      • 00:06:27 (Mimics Rim shot)

      • 00:06:30 Whew.

    • 00:09:10 Sol does his laundry all semester.

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      • 00:09:06 None of you rise to meet my challenge?

      • 00:09:08 Come on, Bender. Whoever wins,

      • 00:09:10 Sol does his laundry all semester.

      • 00:09:12 - Does that seem unfair to anyone else? - Not at all.

      • 00:09:17 - Bender. Look at him. - Nash!

    • 00:09:43 Nash is going to stun us all with his genius.

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      • 00:09:37 Destroy the potential for authentic creativity.

      • 00:09:41 Oh, oh, I didn't know that.

      • 00:09:43 Nash is going to stun us all with his genius.

      • 00:09:45 Which is another way of saying

      • 00:09:46 he doesn't have the nerve to compete.

    • 00:20:02 but wait until he opens his mouth.

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      • 00:19:57 She's looking over here. She's looking at Nash.

      • 00:19:59 Hansen. Oh, God. He may have the upper hand now,

      • 00:20:02 but wait until he opens his mouth.

      • 00:20:04 - Remember the last time?

      • 00:20:06 Bender. Oh, yes, that was one for the history books.

    • 00:28:35 Oh, hi. The air conditioning broke again.

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      • 00:28:31 Have they actually taken the word "classified"

      • 00:28:34 out of the dictionary?

      • 00:28:35 Oh, hi. The air conditioning broke again.

      • 00:28:38 How am I supposed to be in here saving the world

      • 00:28:40 - if I'm melting? - Our hearts go out to you.

    • 00:31:20 Hi!

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      • 00:31:16 Excuse me!

      • 00:31:18 - Excuse me! - Hey, hey!

      • 00:31:20 Hi!

      • 00:31:22 Um, we have a little problem.

      • 00:31:25 It's extremely hot in here with the windows closed

    • 00:33:04 His project was under my supervision.

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      • 00:32:59 "Genius sees the answer before the question."

      • 00:33:02 You knew Oppenheimer?

      • 00:33:04 His project was under my supervision.

      • 00:33:06 Which project?

      • 00:33:10 That project.

    • 00:54:30 Sol: Hi, how are you?

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      • 00:54:25 Hey, Sol.

      • 00:54:26 Woman. You look beautiful.

      • 00:54:30 Sol: Hi, how are you?

      • 00:54:36 Alicia: Hey, Sol.

      • 00:54:38 - Woman: Bye-bye. - Man: Bye, now.

    • 00:57:22 Hi.

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      • 00:56:24 You stay back. Don't move.

      • 00:57:13 Alicia. John?

      • 00:57:22 Hi.

      • 00:57:25 Where were you?

      • 00:57:30 - S-Sol... - Yeah, I talked to Sol.

    • 01:09:31 But... But his work.

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      • 01:09:23 John has schizophrenia.

      • 01:09:26 People with this disorder are often paranoid.

      • 01:09:31 But... But his work.

      • 01:09:35 He deals with conspiracies...

      • 01:09:38 Yes, yes, I know.

    • 01:09:47 As such, his illness may have gone untreated

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      • 01:09:41 In John's world, these behaviors are... accepted,

      • 01:09:45 encouraged.

      • 01:09:47 As such, his illness may have gone untreated

      • 01:09:50 far longer than is typical.

      • 01:09:53 What do you mean? How long?

    • 01:10:47 ...Or, that he has lost his grip on reality?

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      • 01:10:43 is a government spy fleeing the Russians...

      • 01:10:45 You're making him sound crazy.

      • 01:10:47 ...Or, that he has lost his grip on reality?

      • 01:10:52 Now the only way I can help him

      • 01:10:54 is to show him the difference

    • 01:10:58 and what is in his mind.

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      • 01:10:54 is to show him the difference

      • 01:10:56 between what's real

      • 01:10:58 and what is in his mind.

      • 01:11:03 Come on.

      • 01:11:07 What's he been working on?

    • 01:11:09 His work is classified.

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      • 01:11:03 Come on.

      • 01:11:07 What's he been working on?

      • 01:11:09 His work is classified.

      • 01:11:12 He mentioned a supervisor

      • 01:11:15 by the name of William Parcher.

    • 01:22:31 Hi.

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      • 01:22:23 - It's nice. - It's near where I work.

      • 01:22:26 Alicia. John? You've a visitor.

      • 01:22:31 Hi.

      • 01:22:33 Hi.

      • 01:22:35 I hope it's okay.

    • 01:22:33 Hi.

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      • 01:22:26 Alicia. John? You've a visitor.

      • 01:22:31 Hi.

      • 01:22:33 Hi.

      • 01:22:35 I hope it's okay.

      • 01:22:44 Hey ya, chief.

    • 01:33:59 I'll draw his bath.

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      • 01:33:55 There's a storm coming.

      • 01:33:57 I'm just going to grab the laundry, okay?

      • 01:33:59 I'll draw his bath.

      • 01:34:04 It's okay.

      • 01:34:08 Okay.

    • 01:37:04 Hi, I need Dr. Rosen. Is he in?

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      • 01:37:00 Alicia, please, put the phone down.

      • 01:37:02 - I can't let that happen. - Yes, hello?

      • 01:37:04 Hi, I need Dr. Rosen. Is he in?

      • 01:37:07 I'm sorry, John.

      • 01:37:10 John: No-oo!

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