Under Fire (1983)
Claire: You're going to love this war...
Russell Price: Hmmm.
Claire: Good guys, bad guys and cheap shrimp.
Claire: Did you dream about Miss Panama last night?
Russell Price: No, I dreamed about you.
Claire: Have a good time?
Russell Price: Yeah, and you did too!
Oates: How d'ya like Nicaragua?
Russell Price: It's beautiful.
Oates: Yeah, it's a shitload of Greasers though, you know.
Russell Price: Pardon my French, but who's fucking side are you on?
Marcel Jazy: I work for everyone.
Russell Price: That's a great job!
Russell Price: [In Spanish] Do you know who controls this area?
Sandinista with radio: [In Spanish] Who knows?
Marcel Jazy: I like you people, but you are sentimental shits! You fall in love with the poets; the poets fall in love with the Marxists; the Marxists fall in love with themselves. The country falls in love with the rhetoric, and in the end we are stuck with tyrants.
Woman in refugee camp: [looking at picture of dead Alex Grazier on TV] Did you know the man who was killed?
Claire: [she nods 'yes']
Woman in refugee camp: Fifty thousand Nicaraguans have died and now a Yankee. Perhaps now America will be outraged at what has happened here.
Claire: Perhaps they will.
Woman in refugee camp: Maybe we should have killed an American journalist fifty years ago.
Russell Price: [At the rebels victory parade] What the hell are you doin' here?
Oates: It's a free country. I mean... it's free now anyway.
Oates: [Drinking from a cup] Nica libre - rum and coke and no ice. You want some?
Oates: [Price ignores him and Oates looks mildly concerned] You weren't gonna turn me in, are you?
Oates: [Price walks away without a word and Oates smiles and shouts] See ya in Thailand!
Hub Kittle: Alex, there's fascist and there's fascist. Let's not use words like that, OK?
Hub Kittle: [speaking about Somoza] The man has a point of view too, right?