The Courier (2012)
Stitch: [as he stitches up the Courier's wound] The secret of pain, Eddie, is that you can only ever feel it in one place at a time, and all you need to know is where to feel it.
Anna: I was born in China. But after that, just everywhere.
The Courier: Why did you come back?
Anna: Because life has a nasty sense of humor.
Jack Straw: All I know is that anyone had any connection with him 10 years ago is having a dust-to-dust reunion.
The Courier: I deliver packages, I don't chase ghosts.
FBI Agent: It looks to me like the ghost is now chasing you.
Mrs. Capo: Now did you know that up until the 2nd century, torture was used primarily on slaves? See, they believed that the slave could only tell the truth if it was extracted from them. But over time, torture evolved to include everybody. It became a means for the good to purge the earth of evil.
Mr. Capo: My wife's a bit of a romantic, but I'm more practical. Wouldn't you say? The way I see it, the gateway to understanding is through pain. And we are that gateway.
Maxwell: [dressed as Elvis] Is this the face a man I used to be? This is the face of a broken hearted.