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.
Sugou/Oberon: Really? Who will? That hero boyfriend of yours? Goes by the name of Kirito? [Asuna gasps, Sugou chuckles] Please. You think I didn't know? His real name is Kirigaya. I met him the other day, in the real world. I couldn't believe that weak little boy was the same one who beat SwordArtOnline. It took me a second to collect myself. By the way, where do you think I met him? In your hospital room. As you were lying there, I told him I'd be marrying you next week. My God, you should've seen his face. It was like all the color drained out of it; I could barely keep myself from laughing! Do you wanna know what I think? I'll bet you anything that brat won't have the guts to put on a NerveGear ever again! [...]
Asuna: [to herself] He's alive... Kirito's alive!
Zuikou: You would attack a man who thinks he's training, and when you have him completely defenseless you kill him? What do you think the martial arts are for?!
Shoryu: Once mastered the martial arts are a tool for killing. In other words, they have but one purpose, which is to take the life of your opponent.
Zuikou: (beat) You're hereby expelled from this dojo.
Shoryu: I'm... what?! Expelled? You're throwing me out! Why?
Zuikou: That you don't understand WHY you're being expelled is reason enough!
Frieza: Yes, and what of it?
Ro: How could you? Even the most despicable of villains has something which they hold dear and wish to protect! A loved one? Cherished memories? A precious place from one's childhood, even?
Frieza: Excuse me, my good man: I simply do not understand what it is that you are prattling about.
Nana: Hey! How can you laugh about that?
Goryo: Do you not find it funny? It was only one child. Ha... Why, she could have found a new man! Made another one.
Nana: (thinks) Muhyo's right! This guy's evil!
ALAN: I don't understand. Why?
Abe Sapien: You wanted to kill... millions...
Edward: Only their bodies, you fool! Their spiritual salvation was guaranteed! How can you find fault with that?! Caul, the real Caul, understood. He would be right beside us!
Abe: Then thank God he's dead!
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.
Tyler: I wouldn't underrate the power of regret. It doesn't feel good... but it's hard to learn anything important without it.
Dodge: 'Fraid I don't agree, Tyler.
Tyler: No. I know you don't. That's why your future, Dodge... it looks a lot like your past.
Supergirl: Uh... Not really.
Belinda: You totally do! I'm you and I know what you think! You act all sweet and nice, but inside your head, you're an arrogant little angel prancing through the sky on a stupid magical fantasy horse, acting like you're better than everyone!
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?
Thor: So long as thou canst only think in terms of monetary gain then verily I say never canst thou understand!
Supergirl: I didn't come back to rule this world, Reign. I'm here to kick you off it!
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.
Ms. Nekonome: We're teaching them to live peaceful lives, not to start wars again. Something you obviously cannot learn.
At least Keel and his Grandfather had the decency to glance at each other in confusion for a second, before turning back to face him.
"I'm sorry Shinji? I don't understand-"
"Three thousand, five hundred and forty nine" he repeated, biting off each word with a knife like edge as he stared across the table at the uncomprehending men. "It's the number of days since my Father sent me off to live with my uncle. It also happens to be the number of days since anyone from the rest of my extended family bothered to so much as acknowledge that I even existed."
The look on his Grandfather's face more than anything else dragged Shinji back from the edge. He appeared utterly confused at his response, befuddled even, and it suddenly hit Shinji that they simply didn't understand.
Dru-Zod: There has to be something. Someone with his kind of strength and abilities would have not gone unnoticed.
Tor-An: Maybe the signal didn't come from him.
Faora Hu-Ul: Or maybe he's in hiding.
Aethyr: Why would he hide? With his abilities he should be ruling over this world.
Kara Zor-El: Unless he truly is like his father then he wouldn't feel he has the right to.
And that was where [Kyubey] was wrong. Love isnt always stable, it isnt always strong. But when it is, it is so much more. It can be enough to make someone dedicate their life to fighting time itself to save someone. To throw their life away in order to ensure their loved one is never ever trapped in their worst thoughts. To...
Kyubey: Oh? As a collective hive mind entity I rather resent that remark. I work in harmony with other Incubators to expedite the Grief collection process always.
Madoka: But you dont work WITH them. You dont listen to others' ideas or feedback. You dont ask if they need anything... You dont comfort friends in need because you dont have friends at all.
Kyubey: What need would I have for friends? I am highly skilled for this very task, with millennia of experience. What blunder could I possibly make that a human would help with? Sure, your kind is good for information and experimentation, but that is all.
Madoka: That doesnt mean you wont ever make a mistake. We all make mistakes! And even sometimes when you do everything right, it still doesnt end up like you wanted. Thats life! I think thats what Mama would say if she was here.
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.
Syndrome: Oh, I'm real. Real enough to defeat you!
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.
Rhomann: You would be arrested.
Rocket: But what if I want it more than the person who has it?
Rhomann: It's still illegal.
Rocket: That doesn't follow. No, I want it more, sir, you understand me? (Gamora drags him off) I can't have a discussion with this gentleman?
Drax: Say someone does something that irks me, and I decide to remove his spine.
Rhomann: Th-that's actually murder, one of... the worst crimes of all. So, also illegal.
Drax: (genuinely surprised) Huh.
Indiana Jones: [Coldly] I'm sorry you think so.
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.
Immortan Joe: Miss Giddy!
Miss Giddy: You cannot own a human being! Sooner or later, someone pushes back!
Immortan Joe: Where is she taking them?
Miss Giddy: She didn't take them, they begged her to go!
Joe: Where is she taking them?
Miss Giddy: A long way from you.
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.
Ursa: Like pets?!
Zod: I suppose so.
Francisco Scaramanga: At a million dollars a contract, I can afford to, Mr. Bond. You work for peanuts, a hearty "Well done!" from Her Majesty the Queen, and a pittance of a pension. Apart from that, we are the same. To us, Mr. Bond, we are the best.
Bond: There's a useful four-letter word, and you're full of it.
Exar Kun: I know more than you could ever hope to learn in four thousand years or forty thousand years.
Corran Horn: That may be. But I know the one thing you don't. You're never going to win. You destroy those who oppose you, and what does that leave you?
Exar Kun: The faithful.
Corran Horn: From among whom arises a rival. You have a schism.
Exar Kun: And I destroy the heretics.
Corran Horn: Yes, you do. And again and again that cycle repeats itself and you let it go on because you've forgotten the most fundamental truth of reality: Life creates the Force. When Kyp destroyed Carida, he diminished your power. When you destroyed Gantoris, you diminished your power. You're a predator over-grazing your prey, but you can't stop because the dark side fills you with this aching hunger that will never be satisfied.
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!
Molly Solverson: There was a fella once, running for a train. And he had a pair of gloves, this man, and he loses a glove on the platform, but he doesn't notice. And then later on, he's on this train sitting by the window, and he realizes he's just got this one glove left. But the train's already started pulling out of the station. So what does he do? He opens the window and drops the other glove on the platform: now whoever finds the first glove can just have the pair.
Lester Nygaard: So, what are you telling me?
Molly Solverson: ...Goodbye, Mr. Nygaard.
Gideon: No, and I won't. It's not my story to tell, is it.
Liliana: If you told her, you might have used it to make her feel...make her feel she should help us kill Belzenlok.
Gideon: Liliana...If that's what you want, why didn't you tell her?
Liliana: I don't need to, do I? She already wants to help us kill Belzenlok.
Gideon: Because she agrees with us that it has to be done before we face Nicol Bolas again. I don't even know what you're asking me. Are you trying to find out why my first impulse isn't to use information given to me in strict confidence by one friend to manipulate another friend?
Liliana: No, of course not! (storms out)
Gideon: Her capacity to lie to herself is almost infinite.
Riddler: Hardly an "obsession", Miss Young. I simply feel the obligation to expose him.
Dr. Young: You know who he is?
Riddler: More important, I know what he is.
Dr. Young: What do you mean?
Riddler: It's obvious! The mask, the weapons, the scare tactics; he's a criminal. No different than Joker, Two-Face, or myself.
Dr. Young: Most people would consider him a hero.
Riddler: (loudly stands up) Most people are idiots! They can't see Batman for the villain he is! Riddle Me This! Where did he get his car and his gadgets?
Dr. Young: I-I don't-
Riddler: With money stolen from the criminals he "defeats"! Why does Gordon turn a blind eye to his antics? Batman bribes him! The answers are right in front of your stupid, gawking face!
Dr. Young: Edward, please calm down!
Riddler: WAKE UP, GOTHAM! No sane, law-abiding man does those things! No one's that selfless! Batman is as vile as they come!
Dr. Young: Security! Security!
Nero: Never could take those legends too literally. But I do know that Sparda had a heart. A heart that could love another person, a human. And that is what you lack.
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...?
Killia: No, not a miracle. The love they have for their daughter beat out the evil energy.
Majorita: Don't be ridiculous... love?! Corpses should just be quiet and obey me, like corpses do...! If you love her so much, then I'll turn her into a corpse right now! Die, little girl!!
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.
Optimus: Cybertron is about all life! Destruction to keep Cybertron on life support... There must be another way!
Megatron: Flesh isn't life! Servos, gyros, and fuel. That is where life comes from! You're defending by-product at best! I will rebuild Cybertron and retake the galaxy!
Asav: I-I don't understand. note
Chloe: That's 'cause you've got it all twisted, my friend. Ganesh allowed himself to be struck by the axe.
Asav: (incredulously) That makes no sense.
Chloe: Not to a selfish prick, no. (One of Asav's men handcuffs her to a railing with her friends) You see, Ganesh could've defeated Parashurama easily, but if he had, that would've made Shiva's axe look weak. Powerless.
Nadine Ross: Ganesh sacrificed himself to preserve his father's honour.
Chloe: See? Even she gets it. Not a drop of Indian blood in her.
Sparing me won't change anything. Killing me is the only way to end this.
If you let me live... I'll come back.
I'll kill you.
I'll kill everyone.
I'll kill everyone you love.
...why are you being... so nice to me?
I can't understand.
I can't understand!
I just can't understand... (runs away)
Clockwerk: Because I wanted to show the world that without your precious book, the Cooper line was nothing!
Sly: Ah, see, that's where you're wrong: the Thievius Raccoonus doesn't create great thieves, it takes great thieves to create the Thievius Raccoonus!
Sora: Xemnas. There's more to a heart than just anger or hate. It's full of all kinds of feelings. Don't you remember?
Xemnas: Unfortunately... I don't.
Estelle: Absolutely not! In the middle of the biggest war in Liberl's history, my mother gave her life to save mine! And because of that, I chose the path of a bracer, and now...look at me! I'm here to stop the crisis YOU caused and prevent another war from breaking out! All thanks, in the end, to my mother! Hell, I'd say you just made my point for me! People are NOT powerless! Not against anything!
Weissmann: Pfeh! You're quite good at trite answers, if nothing else.
Estelle: If you really, seriously believe people are powerless...And you've really convinced yourself humanity can only be 'saved' by you turning us into emotionless superbeings... Then that makes you really pathetic, I think.
Estelle: I mean, that'd mean you've never known the joy of trusting someone or helping them. To think that your only smug satisfaction comes from watching people struggle...That's just...That's too sad.
Beat - none of the Thieves move to attack him.
..You all are truly beyond my comprehension.
I was so close. STOP. LET ME WIN.
L LL Ove ISn't REAL! It's JUUSTT an ILLusION.
The Girl: No, we get it. We're just not that kind of people.
Nale: ... I don't get it.
Slave #1: ...and the whole time, he never broke.
Slave #2: I never seen such stubbornness before!
Slave #3: I couldn't hear what info the goblin was after, but from the look on his face, he didn't get it.
Slave #4: So, some paladins made it through the battle?
Slave #5: They must be making that man's life a living hell!
Slave #6: By the Twelve Gods, if he can resist them, so can we!
Slave #7: Spread the word to the next cell.
Morgan: It's been five years. He can't possibly remain ignorant - can he? I'd better make sure he's not.
Morgan: I send enchanted cloaks. I send enchanted drinking vessels. All tricked against unfaithful wives. All neatly neutralized. Arthur must be colluding with them! But why?
Morgan: He loves them. He just loves them that much. And they him. ...I wonder what that's like?
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.
David: They just can't at all comprehend that Superman actually thinks of other Earthlings as *equals*.
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.
Emerald: I hate them.
Mercury: Orders are orders.
Emerald: I just... how can they be so happy all the time?
Hop-Pop: Because this is about more than just me! *uppercuts Toadstool, knocking him out*
Mai: I guess you just don't know people as well as you think you do. You miscalculated. I I love Zuko more than I fear you.
Azula: No, you miscalculated! You should have feared me more!
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.
Batman: So he's dreaming.
Mongul: Oh, far deeper than any dream. I wonder where he thinks he is. Sitting on a throne ruling the universe, all you human garbage mewling at his feet... More honest, don't you think, than this pretense of being a "selfless hero"?
Mr. Burns: I don't understand. Pigs need food, engines need coolant, dynamiters need dynamite. I'm supplying it to them at a tidy profit. And not a single sea creature was wasted.
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?
Bart: Think about it. I mean, what team was Babe Ruth on? Who knows.
Lisa and Marge: Yankees.
Bart: Sharing is a bunch of bull, too. And helping others. And what's all this crap I've been hearing about tolerance?
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 or 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)
Nightmare: Your greatest fear, your greatest failure, back to haunt you... FOREVER! [Evil Laugh]
Spider-Man: ...Uncle Ben?
Uncle Ben: [smiles] How's it goin', Pete? [they embrace] Still daydreaming, aren't ya?
Spider-Man: You got half that right, Uncle Ben. [Ben unmasks him and ruffles his hair] Man, it's great to see you!
Nightmare: "Great to see you"?! This is your ultimate failure! Your greatest fear!
Uncle Ben: Yeah, you said that. Who's the Gloomy Gus?
Spider-Man: Mr. Pasty? He's just pathetic. [to Nightmare] Nightmare, you don't know my Uncle Ben, and you sure as heck don't know me. You think this is some buried secret? Even though I couldn't save him, I live with what happened to Uncle Ben every day, but not in the way you think.
Spider-Man: I took responsibility for this tragedy, and turned it into something special: helping people every day as Spider-Man. Guess who taught me that magic trick?
Mufasa: The Roar of the Elders is very powerful.
Kion: I know. And that's why I'm thinking... [sighs] I shouldn't use it again. I... I'm worried that I might turn into Scar.
Mufasa: Scar cared only for himself. His selfishness fueled his anger. Why were you angry, Kion?
Kion: Janja and the hyenas. They were attacking my mom. I was so mad at them when I used the Roar! I lost control. And it almost hurt my mom. I almost hurt my mom!
Mufasa: Scar never cared for anyone else the way you do, Kion. So perhaps you should speak with the one you care so much about.
Kion: Right. I will. Thank you, Grandfather.
Chrysalis: Because they cheat!
Tirek: Because they are annoyingly lucky!
Cozy Glow: I'm just a kid, so...
Grogar: It is because they work together!