Jaws: The Revenge (1987)
Michael Brody: How come it's my responsibility?
Carla Brody: Because.
Michael Brody: Oh. OK, now I understand; all you had to do was explain it. I take out the garbage... because.
Hoagie Newcombe: [as the shark swims up to him] Oh, shit.
Michael Brody: Dad died of a heart attack!
Ellen Brody: No. He died from fear. The fear of it killed him.
Michael Brody: [when the shark chases him through tunnels] JESUS CHRIST!
Ellen Brody: [to the shark] Come and get me, you son of a bitch!
Michael Brody: [to torch-wielding welder wife Carla] I've always wanted to make love to an angry welder. I've dreamed of nothing else since I was a small boy.
Ellen Brody: I want you, to get out of the water.
Michael Brody: What?
Ellen Brody: I want you, to get out of that terrible job!
Michael Brody: C'mon Mom, you can't be serious.
Ellen Brody: Damn! I'm serious.
Jake: [to Michael and his crewmates] If mediocrity were fat, you'd all be whales!
Hoagie Newcombe: If I go any faster this thing will turn into a flying Cuisinart and we'll all be diced into oblivion!
Hoagie Newcombe: I have an irresistible urge to kiss you, Ellen Brody.
Ellen Brody: Why?
Hoagie Newcombe: Because... it would not occur to you why.
Narrator: [Only on older TV versions] Since time immemorial, events have taken place with no evident reason for their happening. Such phenomena has been man's dilemma and the subject of constant philosophical discussion. When there is no factor motivating an event, no case of cause creating effect, what triggered the action: fate or circumstance? What you are about to see concerns such an event. Maybe you can determine whether we are dealing here, with circumstances, or fate.