No Looking Back (1998)
Kid: Hey, nice car.
Michael: Yeah, keep your hands off of it you scumbags.
Mrs. Ryan: So is this a funny little visit, or are you home for good?
Charlie Ryan: Nah, don't worry. Don't worry. It's just a little visit.
Mrs. Ryan: Yeah? What happened? Fired again?
Charlie Ryan: No. No, this time... this time I quit.
Mrs. Ryan: [sarcastic] Oh? Good for you.
Michael: This guy's a mutt, he's always been a mutt. He's probably still trying to bang any skank he can get his hands on.
Mrs. Ryan: Listen, I'm not gonna stand for any of your bullshit this time, Charles. The last three years have been very peaceful here without you, so you act like an adult or you're out on your ass, understand?
Goldie: [about Charlie being back in town] I'll go by his house tomorrow morning after work. I'll go see him. Mike, you come by with me.
Michael: Look fine, you want me to tell him, I'll tell him, alright? You happy now you little pain-in-the-ass
[playfully throws a fake punch]
Goldie: I just think it's the right thing.
Michael: Congratulations, Huck Finn!
Michael: You gonna invite me in or are we gonna freeze our asses off?
Charlie Ryan: Whatever happened to all that stuff you said you were gonna do? Remember what I used to call you? Cloud-ia? 'Cause you always had your head in the clouds, always talking about getting outta here, seeing some of the world... I mean, what happened to that girl?
Claudia: I was eighteen years old and I grew up, that's what happened.
Charlie Ryan: What's up? Something wrong?
Claudia: Do you ever think what our lives would be like if we had the baby?
Charlie Ryan: Yeah... yeah. we'd be miserable.
Claudia: [scoffs] 'Cause we're just so happy now, huh?
Charlie Ryan: I'm happy. I'm real happy. Like, Claudia... think about it. If we had kids, we'd be spending every day working hard to feed them, clothe them, put them through school; only for them to tell us to go fuck ourselves when they turn sixteen, y'know? No thanks.