All the Real Girls (2003)
Noel: You're the first person that I've wanted to tell that to, 'cause your the first person that I've wanted to talk to for more than five minutes... ever.
Feng Shui: Pretend you're standing over the ocean. You're a millionaire. Pretend you're running over the ocean. You're jumping across mountains. You're jumping across mountains. Everybody loves you.
Noel: Last night I had a dream that you grew a garden on the trampoline and I was so happy that I invented peanut butter!
Bust-Ass: [yelling] Let's dip our nuts in whiskey... and get the girls drunk!
Paul: If anybody smiles at me ever again, I'm going to freak out.
Paul: What are you doin'?
Noel: I'm looking at that bucket... thinking... why haven't you kissed me?
Paul: 'Cause... I'm afraid... I'm afraid that... when Tip asks me if I have kissed you I have to say "yes".
Paul: Do you wanna know a secret that I didn't tell anybody ever?... You know how ducks fly home in a V? It's like a v-shape when they get home? I was walking my dog and I looked up and there's this big V above me, there's all these ducks flying back to their home. And right when they flew above me, I saw 'em and, they crashed into a big house! The whole V! And then, they hit the ground, and they just kinda curled up. You ever fucking see that? Have you ever seen a mistake in nature? Have you ever seen an animal make a mistake?
Paul: When people from before come up, I want you to understand what they hate when they see me.
Uncle Leland: You know when she first died I wasn't even shaking, because I could see myself in her eyes before they closed and I was naked looking over her and I was primed.
Paul: Does it hurt... still?
Noel: It hurts, because I know what was going through my head when I did it. That it was like a release you know? I was glad... I was glad that I had a pain.
Noel: Get undressed. Get in the water.
Paul: [inbuttons his jeans] I thought I was wearing my boxers... It's cool.
Paul: I'm looking at you right now and I hear you talking and all the words that are coming out of your mouth are like they're coming out of a stranger. Why don't you put your fucking hair back on and come back, just come on back.
Bust-Ass: Well, I mean, my, you know... I'm not Spanish. That's... I been to school, that's about it, dude, I'm not supposed to know all the words in the dictionary from it.
Bo: Don't you got a Spanish cousin?
Bust-Ass: I know that albóndiga is meatball soup. Uh, dios is...
Paul: Moo-hair is woman.
Bust-Ass: I don't think so, dude.
Bust-Ass: Think señorita is woman.
Bo: That's right.
Paul: I mean, I brought you all the way out here. It's not like I'm the one who needs swimming lessons. And the fact that you're not even trying, well that baffles me. Really. I mean, what are you afraid of? There's no sharks in here. Suppose a water dog comes walking down the tracks and sees you. What's he gonna say about you, land dog? I mean, if there's times in the world when it's time to take a chance, it's time right now to take a chance. What's this? Water. Get in it. It's just water. Listen, brother. This river goes two ways. That way, and THAT way. You know what I'm sayin'? It's like a puzzle with hands, if you think about it.
Paul: [drunkenly] Listen, I want to talk... about when we were dating, I wanted to say to you that if I hurt your feelings... if I hurt your feelings, that I'm sorry...
Mary-Margaret: [interrupting] Shut up.
Paul: I'm sorry I hurt your feelings!
Mary-Margaret: Shut up!
Paul: I'm REALLY sorry and I'm trying to apologize to you in a real way.
Mary-Margaret: [seething with anger and pain] You're not sorry. You know how I know that? Because you're not smart enough to be sorry. Guys like you... you never quit, and you never leave - you're gonna be here forever. How does it make you feel knowing that?
Bust-Ass: Usually I don't go for pancakes.
Noel: Oh, yeah? What do you go for?
Noel: You don't - what about, like, waffles and French toast, and stuff like that?
Bust-Ass: No, the places I go usually are not that fancy.
Paul: The first time I had sex, I was thirteen years old, and it was in a cinderblock basement with this older girl that I didn't know. When we were finished... I was nervous, and I was trying to be cool, and I told a joke and it was just stupid and... she never spoke to me again. I just wanna make sure that a million years from now, I can still see you up close and we'll still have amazing things to say... I'm gonna go now, okay?