Eight Below (2006)
Jerry Shepard: [Describing Buck] All brawn. Absolutely no brains. But we love him.
Jerry Shepard: I'm glad you're here Katie. And I owe you one.
Katie: You owe me for a lot of things, but this is not one of them.
Jerry Shepard: Good boys. My five lucky stars. Almost perfect. Let's go home kids, come on.
Jerry Shepard: Don't tread water! Grab onto the ice! You'll freeze to death slower than drowning!
Jerry Shepard: Up here in front, on lead, we've got my best girl Maya. And next to her we've got old Jack who just turned ten and he's actually getting ready to retire. Back here, the white one, this is Shorty. And next to him is the pup of the bunch. That's Max. He's still in training. He's got the right stuff. I expect big things outta him. And right here, we've got the twins, this is Truman. Truman here took a bite out of Dewey a couple of years ago. You notice the scar about Dewey's left eye?
Dr. Andy Harrison: Yeah.
Jerry Shepard: Yeah, well they've been buddies ever since, so... and then back here, last but not least, we've got the two malamutes. The gray one's Shadow and the red one is his buddy Buck. All brawn and absolutely no brain. But we love them.
Jerry Shepard: [to the dog] You in or out buddy?
Katie: [the dog barks] Translation?
Jerry Shepard: That'll be out.
Jerry Shepard: Maybe you can help me out here or something, 'cause I'm not sure anymore.
Katie: You know what you're supposed to do? You're supposed to let yourself off the hook. It doesn't mean that you have to forget.
Charlie Cooper: [greeted by Buck] Okay, not the face, not the face! Okay, chill boy!
Jerry Shepard: Hey, Coop. You'd better get up here and say goodbye to Buck.
Charlie Cooper: Oh, yeah? All right, uh, see you, Buck! Safe... Safe trip, Buck.
Jerry Shepard: No. Come over and say goodbye. You're gonna give him a complex.
Charlie Cooper: What about my complex?
Jerry Shepard: Come on... Coop... -Buck barks...
Charlie Cooper: All right... Buck... you uh... you take good care of the doctor and...
[Buck licks Coop on his face]
Charlie Cooper: Oh! That's disgusting! I got dog spit all in my mouth and my nose and my face... ugh!
Jerry Shepard: [to Davis] There's only one way to make that trip, and that's with the dogs.
Jerry Shepard: [to the dogs] Alright team, let's hike to the season.
Jerry Shepard: [to Davis] Alright Doc, don't move. You're outside the safety zone.
Announcer: The storm of the century is hitting.
Dr. Andy Harrison: [to Jerry] Dr. McClaren needs proper medical attention.
Dr. Andy Harrison: [to Jerry] Nobody flies back. Not in this weather.
Jerry Shepard: [to Dr. Harrison] These dogs are my family. You can't just leave them out there.
Jerry Shepard: All right, Coop. A hundred and five degrees. What do you say?
Charlie Cooper: 1-0-5? I can go more.
Mindo: Do you know why I told you this story?
Jerry Shepard: Because I won't find my dogs.
Mindo: The story's not about the dogs. It's about my father, honoring what the dogs had done for him.
Charlie Cooper: [driving snowcat] Alright, here we go...