Witchblade (2000 TV Movie)
Joe Siri: Sara Pezzini does not make an easy partner.
Jake McCartey: Yeah, yeah. I know. She thinks she's 10 feet tall and bulletproof.
Sara Pezzini: What is this thing? What is the Witchblade?
Kenneth Irons: A mystery, wrapped in a riddle, and cloaked in a conundrum.
Sara Pezzini: That doesn't help very much.
Ian Nottingham: Bloodlust is a powerful thing. The desire for revenge. The desire for control. Can you control that desire? Or is it better unleashed? Are you having a hard time controlling the Witchblade, Sara? Your little toy doesn't seem to work against me. Is it because you really don't want it to?
Sara Pezzini: And that's the story of how I came to have this strange thing on my hand called the Witchblade. I still don't know exactly what the Witchblade is, or how to use it. Every day I gain a bit more control, but this control requires will and vigilance. I think of Danny a lot. He was right. Everything and everyone is more connected than we realize. So there is no pat ending, no neat finale, no single final image.
Ian Nottingham: Death has been waiting for me, like a glove with no hand in it.
Gallo: [as Sara drives away from the club, Gallo suddenly rises from where he has hidden in the back seat and holds a pistol to Sara's head] Buona sera, bella.
Sara Pezzini: Hi, killer.
Gallo: Ooh, you know, I always like that moniker. Watch the potholes, 'cuz I want to talk to you for a minute before I snuff out your vapid little martyr life. I like the little peach-fuzz hair standing up on the back of your neck. You know, your holier-than-thou attitude used to really make me angry; but now, I just find it amusing. You and me, we're not really all that different. We both are hunters, and we both like to kill. Pull over there. There's an alley around the corner that brings back memories.
Gallo: [Gallo walks Sara into the alley at gunpoint] Keep your hands up. This is exactly where I killed your father.