A Sound of Thunder (2005)
John Wallenbeck: I haven't seen any wildlife yet. We could be in downtown Pittsburgh, for all I know.
Travis Ryer: Some things to remember us by: A safari suit, boots, helmet and a holo-disk so you can relive the jump. And I suggest you take an especially close look at this disk, Mr. Wallenbeck.
John Wallenbeck: Why's that?
Travis Ryer: Well I can't be certain until I review it myself, however, I'm pretty sure it was your shot that brought him down.
John Wallenbeck: [laughs] Well, yeah.
Ted Eckles: My gun doesn't work.
Payne: Believe it or not, that's a safety feature. They're all tied to Travis' gun. It won't fire until he fires first.
Ted Eckles: Why the hell not?
Clay Derris: To keep clients from shooting things they shouldn't.
Payne: Hey, Derris, how about we don't mention this in our report.
Clay Derris: No harm, no foul.
Payne: Appreciate it. You know, I'm not really that big of a dick. I just to like to talk.
Travis Ryer: We cannot have accidents.
Payne: While I was a physics major in college, we studied something called the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. It proves that there is no such thing as zero tolerance. It doesn't exist. You basically can't be 100% sure of anything no matter how hard you try. Accidents... happen.
Travis Ryer: We can't have accidents.
Sonia Rand: I don't have time for stupid idiots.
Travis Ryer: Well, why don't you make some time. How about we stop with the insults, because it is starting to get on my nerves.
Sonia Rand: You think I devoted my career to designing an amusement park ride for rich men to compensate for their little willies by shooting prehistoric animals, is that what you really think?
Travis Ryer: No, what I think is that if you were a guy, someone would have probably knocked you on your ass a long time ago.
[referring to the allosaurus]
Jenny Krase: Cute, isn't he?
Charles Hatton: Today you stood shoulder to shoulder with Columbus discovering America. Armstrong stepping on the moon, Brubaker landing on Mars. You are true pioneers on the very last frontier: Time.
Alicia Wallenbeck: The doorman let me in. Told him I was your cousin from St. Louis.
Travis Ryer: I always did like Aunt Martha.
Ted Eckles: You sure we should be doing this?
Christian Middleton: There's a six-year waiting list. We paid double to cut to the head of the line, and you want to slink home? You gonna spend the rest of your life with balls the size of BBs?
Ted Eckles: What the hell.
Christian Middleton: They're so big I can hear them clanging.
Travis Ryer: [to Sonia] I thought I recognized your voice. You sound just like TAMI. Although she's a little nicer.
Ted Eckles: It's awfully expensive...
Christian Middleton: What's the point of being rich if you don't buy things other people can't afford?
Christian Middleton: Ted, what's the point of being rich if we don't buy things other people can't afford?
[after the commercial time machine is ruined, Sonia Rand manages to activate the plug and play Time Alteration Mainframe Interface - TAMI - program in the place that holds the original machine]
TAMI: Hello, Dr. Rand. Where exactly are we?
Sonia Rand: We're in the university.
TAMI: In the public sector now? Not a good sign.