Mad About Mambo (2000)
Carlos Rega: This club is shit. The money is shit. I hate this job.
Spike: Me, I'm gonna be a missionary. You know, like, uh, traveling around the world killing people for money.
Brother McBride: Mitchell! You see that? You won't recognize it. It's called a goal. It belongs to the opposition. Fill it.
Sidney McLoughlin: I'm their worst nightmare: a Catholic - with cash.
Lucy McLoughlin: You'll have to get the shirt sewn into your underpants. That'll stop you exposing yourself when you raise your arms.
Danny Mitchell: I know just the man for the job.
Mrs. Burns: Latin dancing is more than just technique. Show me emotion. Show me passion. Imagine that you're in love with each other. Now, then, excite me. Make me blush.
Rudi Morelli: That girl is premier division. You, you're third division - maybe second if you wash your hair.
Danny Mitchell: [finally getting to work for a professional soccer team, swabbing out its locker room toilet] Never looked like this in my dreams.
Sidney McLoughlin: Nothin' ever does, son.
Danny Mitchell: You know, when I leave school, I'm gonna be playin' football. Football's not a matter of life and death. It's more important than that. What else would I do instead of football? There is nothing else.
Brother McBride: Call me old-fashioned, Mitchell, but I always thought that strikers were supposed to score goals.
Mickey: Danny, you've nothin' in common with her. She's a rich bitch; you're just a poor bastard.
Sidney McLoughlin: You know, I knew a fella once, dreamt of bein' a pro footballer, just like you. He had talent, just like you. Maybe even could have made it, but he'll never know, 'cause he was scared. Wouldn't take a chance. Didn't take the risks. And do you know what? Even since then, he's taken every chance that's come his way. Took risks when everybody around him told him not ta, as if trying to make up for that decision all those years ago. Don't you make the same mistake that he did.