Cloud: I pity you. You just don't get it all. There's not a thing I don't cherish!
Tao Ren: I can't answer that. But I know that if I were in their place... I'd do the same for them.
Tanek Nuro: It'll be easy to deal with him, now that we've found out who he really is. First we'll take a hostage. Who does he care about?
Choudhury: Well, he has an ex-wife and a son...
Nuro: I bet he hates his ex and would sell his son to the gypsies if he could. I would.
Lois Lane: (from inside the shrunken Metropolis) Superman! Clark, if you can hear me... I don't know what's happening, I don't know if this is the end... but if it is... if it is the end—
Brainiac: This culture is disgusting.
Lois Lane: --Know, please know... How much I lov--
Brainiac: What could this vacuous world possibly provide you?
Cardin: Call it what you want, but the twerp still lost the match.
Ozpin: He would have, yes, had he not inspired such strong friendship between himself and those who surround him. Having friends is just as powerful a weapon as any sword, hammer or spear can be, and often more so. He earned that victory, but not by his actions in the ring. He earned it by building relationships that mattered, that were real, and that added to the structure of the school. Technically he may not be the most proficient, but anyone can train to be able to swing a sword well. It takes a truer heart to know right from wrong and to affect the lives of those around you in a meaningful way. Jaune possesses this ability. Had he not, he would never have emerged victorious from that ring and would be back home at this moment.
Cardin: He's allowed to stay because he has friends? That's ridiculous.
Ozpin: Not friends no, but values. Jaune has the heart of a true huntsman, something that I have noticed you lack.
Fauna: Oh, but she doesn't, dear. Maleficent doesn't know anything about love, or kindness, or the joy of helping others... you know, sometimes I don't think she's really very happy.
Henri Ducard: Your compassion is a weakness your enemies will not share.
Bruce: That's why it's so important. It separates us from them.
John Milton: Overrated. Biochemically no different than eating large quantities of chocolate.
Indiana Jones: And what did you find, Dad?
Henry Jones: Me? Illumination.
Dr. Ferraro: It was the only thing I could do.
Vidal: No, you could have obeyed me.
Dr. Ferraro: I could have, but I didn't.
Vidal: It would have been better for you. You know it. I don't understand. Why didn't you obey me?
Dr. Ferraro: To obey - just like that - for the sake of obeying, without questioning... That's something only people like you can do, Captain.
Amon Goeth: Who are you, Moses? Come on, what is this? Where's the money in this, where's the scam?
Schindler: It's good business.
Goeth: Yeah, it's "good business" in your opinion. Look, you've got to move them, the equipment, everything to Czechoslovakia, pay for all that and build another camp. It doesn't make any sense. You're not telling me something... You're probably scamming me somehow.
Angel: People who don't care about anything will never understand the people who do.
Hamilton: Yeah, but we won't care.
Tenth Doctor: They're not taking instructions. Don't you understand? You're on every street, you're in their homes, you've got their children! Of course they're gonna FIGHT!
Drahvin 3: Die? For their friends?
Maaga: There are many strange things in the universe.
Dalek: Yes, we know who you are.
Harriet: Oh, you know nothing of any human. And that will be your downfall.
Mal: You got all kinds a learnin’ and you made me look the fool without even trying, and yet here I am with a gun to your head. That's 'cause I've got people with me, people who trust each other, who do for each other, and ain't always looking for the advantage.
(the two contestants think it over before the buzzer rings)
Quiz Show Host: All right, that was actually a trick question. The correct answer is, you shouldn't be boning your boss's wife. Now that's something you'd know if you either of you had a conscience.
Clark: And that always killed you.
Lex: No. No, what "killed" me was is that you didn't even want it. You fought it, you - you hid from it! I would have taken it, and then relished it, embraced it.
Worf: The Klingon Empire will never yield!
Locutus: Why do you resist? We only wish to raise quality of life for all species.
Worf: I like my species the way it is!
Man is mortal, and doomed to death and failure and loss.
This lies beyond our comprehension - why do you not despair?
Galuf: Takes a lot more than that... for me to kick the bucket! I'll destroy you, Exdeath... even if it means I have to take you into the afterlife myself!
Exdeath: Fool! All the hatred in existence would never be enough to defeat me!
Galuf: This... isn't anger... isn't hatred... it's...
Exdeath: Then... what...?
Kuja: (beaten) Then... I want you to erase me.
Kuja: The world has disowned me. I have been defeated by life itself.
(Zidane closes the distance between them. Kuja chuckles, perhaps expecting Zidane to go through with it - but Zidane offers him his hand)
Zidane: Do I need a reason to help someone? Or is my help not good enough for you?
Kuja: It's likely that... I will hurt you again.
Zidane: I can take a beating.
Kuja: I don't think I will ever come to understand you.
The Girl: No, we get it. We're just not that kind of people.
Nale: ... I don't get it.
Andy: Right, he plays the systems: human self-interest, human rules and authority.
David: As we'll see as this movie goes on, the one thing the Joker absolutely cannot predict, and does not plan for, and doesn't understand, is altruism.
Chris: He and Lord Voldemort have so much to talk about, including their intense hatred of self-righteous orphans.
Duke: (snarls) Love?
Nostalgia Critic as the Duke: Ah yes, that human emotion I have heard so much about.
Washington: Is that so hard to understand?
Locus: You used to be so much more. You were once an enemy to these men. You were ruthless! You were a survivor!
Washington: I was a different person.
Locus: No, you were a soldier.
Washington: You say that like they're two different things.
Locus: When a true soldier is told to kill, he kills. He does not question why, he does not mourn the fallen; he fulfills his role and moves on to the next.
Washington: Is that what you want to be? A true soldier?
Locus: No, that is what I am! I'm a professional, Agent Washington. I complete my-
Washington: Yeah yeah yeah, you complete your missions at all cost. You can say that as many times as you want, but I know what you really are. You're a coward.
Washington: You keep trying to play yourself off as some sort of weapon. That you don't care about anyone or anything. But the fact that you're trying so hard to understand me breaks your entire act! No matter how hard you may want to be, you're not a machine, you're a murderer. But you hide behind the idea in your head, because you're too afraid to take responsibility for what you've done. I know I used to be a real piece of shit, but at least I'm trying to do something about it.
Pacifica: Oh, I'm not supposed to take handouts.
Mabel: Handouts? It's called sharing! You do know what sharing is, right?
Pacifica: Sha... sharr-ing?
Mabel: Just take it.
Marge: I'm not saying it won't work, I'm just saying it's dishonest.
Homer: Well, if we agree, then why are we arguing?
Kyle: I still feel bad, Cartman.
Cartman: What? Hu- How can you feel bad? Somebody else is gonna pay for our crime.
Kyle: Yeah. That makes it even worse.
Cartman: Bu... eh... Kyle, you don't seem to understand. We're not gonna get punished for this. Ever.
Kyle: I know.
Cartman: So... so then, how can you feel bad?
Stan: He feels guilty for doing it and for letting someone else pay for it.
Cartman: ...But he's not gonna get in trouble.
Stan: It doesn't matter if you get in trouble of not, you can still feel bad. I think you're right, Kyle. Maybe we should confess.
Kenny: [Yeah, maybe we should.]
Cartman: What?? Eh... (tries to be upbeat) Hey you guys! There's nothing to feel bad about! We're, we're off scot-free!
Kyle: We feel bad for other people.
Cartman: (looks at the other boys in disbelief) For oth-er... (winces) Uh. Oww... Ih... Ih, ih, is it that... you think you might get in trouble later?
Stan: Tomorrow in school we'll all tell the teacher it was us, and let her decide what to do. (points an accusing finger at Cartman) And Cartman, if you had any thread of a conscience at all, you'll do the same! (He, Kyle, and Kenny leave)
Cartman: Eh buh... eh... eh... Freakin' weirdos, man!
Cartman: Hey Kyle.
Kyle: That isn't it, Cartman.
Cartman: What isn't it?
Kyle: That isn't being nice, that's just putting on a nice sweater.
Cartman: I don't understand the difference.
Kyle: I know you don't. (closes the door)