Late for Dinner (1991)
Frank Lovegren: The reason for time is so everything doesn't happen all at once, Willie.
Frank Lovegren: [narration] It was 1962. Willie and me had been traveling through the night, running from a crime we never committed. Willie was still driving pretty good, considering he had a bullet in his body and all.
Frank Lovegren: [to a dozing Willie] Sure is strange to be driving on this side of the road...
Frank Lovegren: That lady right there has a phone in her dress.
Dr. David Arrington: You can't freeze people like hamburger.
Frank Lovegren: That wall there just gave that lady money.
Frank Lovegren: I used to give you rides on my back when you were just a little girl. You're too big for that now.
Frank Lovegren: I knew it, Willie was right. As long as you keep trying, everything always works out in the end. Even for a guy like me. I flew up to Minnesota and got myself a brand new kidney, with a lifetime guarantee. See ya later...
Joy Husband: When I was a kid, you told me I should never let you get in the way of how much you love me. Well now you have to help me not get in the way. I'm old - older. But I still feel the same inside. My skin isn't twenty-three and my hair doesn't shine like it did, but when I look in the mirror I still see me. Except, Willie, it is just so hard to believe that you don't - that you won't - mind what you see.
Willie Husband: Well, then you didn't love me the way I love you.
Joy Husband: Oh no, Willie, I never stopped.
Willie Husband: I wish I was to blame for every laugh line on your face. I do, Joy, because it just - it burns me to think that someone else made you smile. You were pretty then, and you're pretty now. You always will be to me; you should know that! It's forever, Joy.