Darkman II: The Return of Durant (1995 Video)
Mr. Perkins: Mr. Durant, you have revolutionized the right to bear arms.
Robert G. Durant: In this case, the far right to bear arms.
Robert G. Durant: [to Darkman] I knew you'd come after me. All I had to do was dangle the right bait in front of what's left of your nose.
[revealing Darkman's face]
Robert G. Durant: Aren't you the pretty one?
Robert G. Durant: Life isn't cheap in the city. Death is. When every 12-year old is packing heat, death is cheap. What does that tell you?
Eddie Scully, Durant Henchman: The cartoons are too violent?
Robert G. Durant: It tells you I've been away too long!
Rollo Latham, Durant Henchman & CEO Inter-City Land Development: [about Dr. Brinkman] Do you want me to make him the usual offer?
Robert G. Durant: I don't think we should attract too much attention to ourselves, Rollo, why don't you try money instead?
Doctor: Chow time, Doc.
Dr. Alfred Hathaway: So, what are we having this evening? Lobster florentine. Beef wellington. Perhaps grilled ahi on a bed of Belgian endive.
Doctor: No, your old favorite, Doc.
Dr. Alfred Hathaway: I hate meat loaf!
Robert G. Durant: I hope you saved room for dessert.
Dr. Alfred Hathaway: You drive a hard bargain.
Darkman: [playing with remote controlled rat, making it scare his cat] Be careful - he bites!
Darkman: Be careful - he bites!
[detonates explosives rigged on remote controlled rat, destroying Durant's car with him in it]
Robert G. Durant: [after a goon is blown through a door for messing with a power cell] Well, I think we've all learned an important safety lesson here.
Robert G. Durant: I abhor violence, especially when it doesn't make me money.
Darkman: [after blowing up and killing Durant] This time, it's forever.
Robert G. Durant, Rollo Latham, Durant Henchman & CEO Inter-City Land Development: You wouldn't know a plan if it was pounded up your ass with a jackhammer.
Robert G. Durant, Rollo Latham, Durant Henchman & CEO Inter-City Land Development: We have some plans, why don't you let us take care of things for awhile?