Ghost Ship (2002)
Ferriman: Last month I was out in the middle of the Strait when I came across this.
Epps: Congratulations. You found a boat. In the middle of the ocean, of all places.
Epps: You mean, what's a nice girl like me doing in a dump like this, instead of raising a family? Simple. I own a third of Murphy's operation, I'm not that nice, and these monkeys... are my family.
Murphy: These Italian liners, ya know, they couldn't compete for speed, so they built these floating art palaces instead.
Ferriman: Looks like someone used it for target practice.
Epps: That's the happy version.
Ferriman: What's the not-so-happy version?
Epps: There were people in there.
Ferriman: You okay? You seem quiet since you came back.
Epps: I think I saw something I couldn't possibly have seen.
Ferriman: Like what?
Epps: No, it's crazy. It doesn't matter.
Ferriman: No, I'm curious, tell me.
Epps: I think I saw a little girl.
Ferriman: On-on the-the boat?
Greer: Earlier, when I was doing my recon, I could swear I heard a women's voice singing to me. It was like she was, like she was coming on to me or something.
Munder: Oh, no.
Greer: It was the sexiest voice I ever heard, man.
Santos: She got any backup singers?
Munder: Brother, whatever you're on, get me some!
Dodge: I think maybe you're not quite ready to get married, Greer.
Murphy: I do know one thing. I've seen strange things happen in the strait. But I know something else. Sea gives you an opportunity, you take it.
Epps: Wanna hear something funnier? We just found a bunch of dead guys floating in the laundry room.
Dodge: Can I tell you something else? When we get back, I'm gonna take my money and I'm gonna buy you a bathtub.
Greer: Francesca, I know all of this isn't real. So I'm just gonna go with it, okay? Can't cheat on your fiancée with a dead girl, right?
Katie: You must go at once. Leave the ship while you still can!
Santos: Because of the plan, I'm trapped on this dreamboat of yours. So, you know what? You're coming along for the ride!
Ferriman: Well, you live for her. You willing to die for her?
Munder: What's with the heart?
Epps: Found it. Belonged to this little girl.
Dodge: What girl?
Epps: She told me to get off this boat.
Ferriman: You mean she's talking to you now?
Munder: What the hell are you guys talking about?
Dodge: Hey, check this out.
Munder: Hey, it's a watch. Congratulations, buddy.
Dodge: No... look again, you moron! It's a digital watch. Do the math. They didn't have digital watches in 1962.
Epps: You know her, Murphy?
Murphy: Only in my dreams. Christ, she's beautiful. These Italian liners, you know, they couldn't compete for speed, so they built these floating art palaces instead. She was reported missing on the 21st May 1962 off the coast of Labrador. Funny thing is, there was no distress signal, no contact. She just disappeared. She was gone. So ever since that day every captain and his mother has been looking for her, hoping she hasn't gone down. Do you know what this means?
Murphy: It means under the law of the sea, she's ours. Let's not keep a lady waiting, guys.
Greer: I can't hold her much longer, Murph. Port bow is heeling. She's taking on way too much water.
Epps: Not the same as flying weather planes over ice sheets, is it? What's the appeal?
Munder: Who the fuck you kidding, Greer? Everybody knows you Navy boys take it up the ass.