After the Sunset (2004)
Stan Lloyd: It's okay to be happy to see me. Just because you're English doesn't mean you need to hide your emotions.
Max Burdett: I'm Irish. We let people know how we feel. Now fuck off.
Stan Lloyd: The world is divided up between people who like to watch the sunset and those who don't.
Stan Lloyd: [pauses] People like you are never happy. You're anxious, type-A, egocentric perfectionists who can't sit still and die alone with a million bucks and a thousand regrets. Now, people who can relax, enjoy the sunset, hold hands at the end of the day... they're the happy ones.
Max Burdett: The first diamond I've ever bought. I love you, Lola Cirillo. Marry me.
Lola Cirillo: [Lola kisses Max passionately, then sternly faces him] On one condition.
Max Burdett: Anything.
Lola Cirillo: I want the receipt.
[Lola suspects Max is trying to pull another heist off]
Lola Cirillo: You're cheating on me, aren't you?
Max Burdett: What are you talking about?
Lola Cirillo: Maybe not with a woman, but with a diamond.
[Stan is putting suntan lotion on Max]
Stan Lloyd: Don't you want me to coat everything?
[Max's fishing pole starts to move]
Max Burdett: My pole!
Stan Lloyd: No way, man! I'm only doing your back!
[Max and Lola are eating at a restaurant with an American couple]
Ed: Sheila and I like to swap.
Lola Cirillo: Swap?
Ed: We like to have sex with other couples.
Max Burdett: Check please!
[Max and Lola are eating at a restaurant with an American couple and are discussing their businesses]
Wendell: My family's been in manure for three generations.
Max Burdett: No shit.
Stan Lloyd: [after emptying his revolver into a shark Max caught] You have the right to remain silent!
Henri Mooré: The pleasures derived from financially procured female companionship
Max Burdett: Give me a Jack on the rocks. It doesn't have a fancy name, but if it was good enough for Frank, it's good enough for me.
Luc: Frank? Who's Frank?
Max Burdett: Sinatra.
Luc: Did Frank take an umbrella?
Max Burdett: [laughing] Not even when it was raining.
Ed: So, uh, what kind of business are you in, Max?
Max Burdett: I have a bunch of sweatshops in the Philippines.
Max Burdett: You should see those kids make those hats.
Henri Mooré: Mr. Burdett. It is a pleasure to meet you, sir.
Max Burdett: Oh, you're American. Hmm. Henri Mooré?
Henri Mooré: Ah, my name is Henry Moore. I place the thing on the 'e'. I felt it more appropriate to my surroundings.