The Lawnmower Man (1992)
Dr. Lawrence Angelo: This is all so new.
Jobe Smith: It's not new. I realized that nothing we've been doing is new. We haven't been tapping into new areas of the brain - we've just been awakening the most ancient. This technology is simply a route to powers that conjurers and alchemists used centuries ago. The human race lost that knowledge and now I'm reclaiming it through virtual reality.
Dr. Lawrence Angelo: You're moving too fast. Even with all these new abilities, there are dangers. Man may be able to evolve a thousand-fold through this technology, but the rush must be tempered with wisdom.
Jobe Smith: You realize, Dr. Angelo, that my intelligence has surpassed yours...
Jobe Smith: ...my birth cry will be the sound of every phone on this planet ringing in unison.
Caroline Angelo: Falling, floating, and flying? So, what's next, fucking?
Dr. Lawrence Angelo: All this power isn't meant to be in the hands of one person!
Jobe Smith: You're wrong! You need to be led, just like everyone else, it's a basic need.
Dr. Lawrence Angelo: This technology was meant to expand human communication, but you're not even human any more! What you've become terrifies me. You're a freak!
Jobe Smith: Your naive idiocy makes me VERY ANGRY!
Jobe Smith: This technology has peeled back a layer to reveal another universe. Virtual reality will grow, just as the telegraph grew to the telephone - as the radio to the TV - it will be everywhere.
Dr. Lawrence Angelo: You're having delusions, Jobe. Struggle for reason!
Jobe Smith: By the year 2001, there won't be a person on this planet who isn't hooked into it, and hooked into me.
Dr. Lawrence Angelo: ...so I'm taking my work underground. I can't let it fall into the wrong hands again.
Patrolman Cooley: Two bizarre murders in one night.
[Shortly thereafter he sees Jobe staring at him]
Patrolman Cooley: Two bizarre accidents in one night.
Dr. Lawrence Angelo: Jobe, listen to yourself right now. The first sign of psychosis is a Christ complex.
Jobe Smith: CyberChrist.
Father Francis McKeen: The devil has gotten inside you, Jobe.