Bad Company (1995)
Nelson Crowe: You and I are forever. I decide when forever ends.
Margaret Wells: You know why I hate Grimes?
Nelson Crowe: Probably because you owe him too much. Your only choices are hate and gratitude. Who wants to be grateful?
Vic Grimes: I was just pondering on how long the world will last. The world as we know it, of course. I don't give it much more than 20 or 30 years. By then clean air, clean water, clean rain, and productive soil... will all be memories. If, in deed, there are any memories.
Vic Grimes: [of Nelson Crowe] He is a nasty piece of work.
Margaret Wells: [lustfully] Isn't he, though?
Margaret Wells: And here we are, just the three of us, about to suborn a supreme court justice into voting against crippled kids.
Vic Grimes: Does that give you pause, Mr. Crowe?
Nelson Crowe: Sure.
Vic Grimes: But?
Nelson Crowe: No "buts." The two of you wanted to know if it gives me pause; I said yes. It's a felony. If I get caught, I go to jail. That gives me pause, alright? If it didn't, you wouldn't have me working for you.
Vic Grimes: What about the deformed tots?
Nelson Crowe: I suppose I think of them as often as they think of me.