The Edge (1997)
Charles Morse: You know, I once read an interesting book which said that, uh, most people lost in the wilds, they, they die of shame.
Charles Morse: Yeah, see, they die of shame. "What did I do wrong? How could I have gotten myself into this?" And so they sit there and they... die. Because they didn't do the one thing that would save their lives.
Robert Green: And what is that, Charles?
Charles Morse: Thinking.
Charles Morse: Today, I'm-a-gonna-kill the mutha fucka.
Robert Green: [Eating] Wish we had some salt.
Charles Morse: You know, you can, uh... you can season meat with gunpowder. Did you know that?
Robert Green: Wish we had some gunpowder.
Stephen: A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow.
Charles Morse: We're all put to the test... but it never comes in the form or at the point we would prefer, does it?
[after successfully fighting a bear]
Charles Morse: For all my life, I've have wanted to do something that was, um, that was unequivocal.
Robert Green: Well, Charlie, I certainly think this qualifies.
Charles Morse: Or something.
Robert Green: See, Charles, that's why they call it personal growth. A month ago, old Smokey here would've reared up, you probably would've called your lawyer!
Charles Morse: Nah, I wouldn't do that to an animal.
Ginny: Is that a new watch?
Robert Green: Ya, dual time zones; tells the time in two places.
Ginny: What for?
Robert Green: So if I'm in L.A. and want to know the time in New York I don't have to go through the anguish of adding three.
Charles Morse: You saved me.
Robert Green: Get over it, Charles - I just need you to navigate.
Charles Morse: You saved my life.
Robert Green: Well, I couldn't kill you with Stephen around. I'd have to kill him too, and he's the only one that knows how I like my coffee.
Charles Morse: Come on, you saved my life.
Robert Green: Buy me something nice when we get home.
Charles Morse: How'd you like your coffee?
Robert Green: Huh. I like my coffee like I like my women.
Stephen: Bitter and murky!
Charles Morse: Never feel sorry for a man who owns a plane.
Reporter #1: Mr. Morse, what happened to your friends?
Reporter #2: How did they die?
Charles Morse: They died... saving my life.
[moments before the plane flies into a flock of wild birds]
Charles Morse: So what do you value me for, Bob?
Robert Green: I like your style, your wife's pretty cute too.
Charles Morse: So how are you planning to kill me?
Robert Green: Hey... I'm dying. I'm dying and I never did a god damn thing!
Charles Morse: I once read an interesting bit. Most people who die in the woods die of shame.
Stephen: [Stephen, Charles and Robert walking up to peak of mountain looking for a place to start a signal fire] Robert why do you think they'll even come looking for us?
Robert Green: Our friend is a billionaire, you know what happens when you misplace one?
Charles Morse: Never feel sorry for a man who owns a bank.
Charles Morse: Did you know that you can make fire from ice?
Charles Morse: Why is the rabbit unafraid? Because he's smarter than the panther.