Halloweentown (1998 TV Movie)
Marnie Cromwell: Dylan, it's rude to stare!
Dylan Cromwell: Why don't we talk about how illegal it is to drive without eyeballs?
Gwen Cromwell Piper: I'm just trying to protect you.
Marnie Cromwell: Yeah, you're protecting us from being anything but a bunch of vegetables.
Marnie Cromwell: Hey look! I'm a potato, are you happy now? Maybe I'll put down some roots in the carpet.
Marnie Cromwell: Oh no Marie, it's too dangerous! There're things about vegetables that YOU don't understand.
Marnie Cromwell: [sorting through the presents Aggie brought them] Hieroglyphics!
Gwen Cromwell Piper: [to Aggie] Mother!
Marnie Cromwell: You know, these look like the ones from the Egyptian book of the dead!
Aggie Cromwell: Magic is really very simple, all you've got to do is want something and then let yourself have it.
Gwen Cromwell Piper: You are not a witch.
Marnie Cromwell: Oh, yes, I am, no thanks to you. You were going to let my powers go away forever.
Dylan Cromwell: Why can't you find a more normal holiday to get hung up on? Like... Arbor Day! Trees are important too, you know.
Marnie Cromwell: [rolls her eyes] Halloween is cool, nature boy, it's ancient, it's strange, and, besides, Mom and Dad met on Halloween.
Dylan Cromwell: Shhh! What're you doing? You know talking about Dad always bugs Mom out.
Aggie Cromwell: Leftovers, when you should know that chicken tastes better when it's back on the bone.
[zaps the fried chicken into a live chicken]
Marnie Cromwell: A pentagram. Lon Chaney had one of these on his hand when he was bit by that werewolf.
Aggie Cromwell: I've always said that the movies could teach us so much.
Luke: Maybe we could go out for an ice cream. I know my way around town. I'm kinda like the big cheese here.
Marnie Cromwell: I was hungry, but then I smelled something stinky... it must have been the Big Cheese!
Gwen Cromwell Piper: You can't go out tonight.
Marnie Cromwell: Why?
Gwen Cromwell Piper: I have my reasons and I will explain them to you when you're taller.
Marnie Cromwell: Mom, you've been saying that for like my whole life. It's just one night, what's the big deal?
Marnie Cromwell: How are we supposed to grow up if we're not allowed to go into the world, try new things and take some risks?
Marnie Cromwell: [to Gwen] My poor little sister should be out trick-or-treating, but you've kept her from a normal childhood and now she's a wall ornament.
Sophie 'Soapy' Cromwell: [Aggie pulls handfuls of candy out of her bag] Candy!
Aggie Cromwell: Oh yes, we should put on our bikinis and go swimming in it!
Aggie Cromwell: [to Marnie, who knows a lot about Halloween] I bet you get A's in school.
Dylan Cromwell: Actually she gets B's and C's, *I* get the A's.
[Marie hits him]
Dylan Cromwell: Ow!
Marnie Cromwell: I'm getting that deja vu feeling again!
Dylan Cromwell: You knew I was going to put on my shoe?
Marnie Cromwell: No!