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Nick Wells (Character)
from The Score (2001)

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The Score (2001)
Jackie Teller: So did you make it out?
Nick Wells: Fuck you.

Nick: When was it you started thinking you were better than me?

Nick: Have you lost your fucking mind?
Max: Yes, years ago!

Nick: How can I be sure you're okay?
Diane: I suppose I could fuck you.
Nick: That would work.

Nick: If you want me to do this, you gotta pay me what's right. It's gotta be that way.
Max: [Indignant] I always pay you what's right.
Nick: You always think you do. I always know what you pay me. It's not always right.

Nick Wells: Nice working with you, ace. Okay, bye-bye.

Nick Wells: After this no more jobs. This is the last one I'm doing. I'm quitting for good.
Max: Yeah? How many times have you told me that in twenty-fie years. I mean, I'm gonna believe that when the pigs eat my brother, right?

Jackie Teller: [amazed at complexity of the new safe] I've never seen anything like that! What do you have in mind?
Nick Wells: [Unfazed] I don't know, but if somebody built it, somebody can unbuild it.

Nick Wells: [to Jack] You want my advice? Make a list of everything you want now and spend the next twenty five years getting it, slowly, piece by piece.

Jackie Teller: In all the years you've been doing this, what's the biggest gamble you ever took? On job, the biggest long shot?
Nick Wells: I don't take long shots and I never have
Jackie Teller: I know you're careful, I'm careful too, that's not what I mean, when you were starting out you must've taken some "flyers" here and there, did something that was a little wild, I'm just curious
Nick Wells: You're smart, talented and you know a few things but talent means nothing in this game if you don't make the right choices, there's plenty of talented people that never see the light of day anymore, this whole thing takes discipline because it's one big long shot and if you don't have the discipline to stay away from the" flyers", the "gambles", or whatever else you want to call a stupid move, then one day you will go down it's inevitable