The Descendants (2011)
Matt King: I don't want my daughters growing up entitled and spoiled. And I agree with my father - you give your children enough money to do something but not enough to do nothing.
Matt King: [voice-over] Don't be fooled by appearances. In Hawaii, some of the most powerful people look like bums and stuntmen.
Matt King: [to Elizabeth] Goodbye, Elizabeth. Goodbye, my love, my friend, my pain, my joy. Goodbye. Goodbye. Goodbye.
Matt King: One more question for you.
Brian Speer: Yes?
Matt King: Ever been inside my bedroom?
Brian Speer: Once.
Matt King: You could have had the decency to lie about that one.
Brian Speer: Alright, twice.
Matt King: Elizabeth is dying. Wait... Fuck you! And she's dying.
Matt King: My friends on the mainland think just because I live in Hawaii, I live in paradise. Like a permanent vacation. We're all just out here sipping Mai Tais, shaking our hips, and catching waves. Are they insane?
Matt King: You give your children enough money to do something, but not enough to do nothing.
Matt King: You little fuck! Do you get hit a lot?
Sid: I don't know, I've had my share.
Matt King: [to Alex] Your friend is completly retarded, you know that?
Sid: Hey man, I've got a little brother who's retarded! Don't use that word in derogatory fashion.
Matt King: Oh.
Sid: [laughing] No I don't have a retarded brother!
Alexandra King: Sid, you suck!
Matt King: [voice-over] Paradise? Paradise can go fuck itself.
Alexandra King: Hey, Scottie! Raina's a fucked-up hoe-bag and you need to stay away from her! And she's going to be a meth-head and she's gonna get used by stupid guys! She's a twat! Say it!
Matt King: Hey, I'm doing you a favor. I could go out there and fuck you up, so get a better attitude!
Matt King: You are about 100 miles from smart... no offense
Sid: You are mistaken counselor; I'm smart, you know, I have good hygiene; I'm a decent guitar player; I'm a good cook, I mean I cook food all the time; I'm Vice President of the Punahou chess club; and I always have weed.
Matt King: Your mother must be very proud.
Sid: It's possible.
Scottie King: Shut up, you motherless whore.
Sid: Whoa! Whoa! Easy there, half pipe.
Matt King: Where'd you learn to talk like that?
[Scottie points to Alex. Matt and Sid give Alex a look]
Alexandra King: When I was over at Christmas, I caught her with the guy.
Alexandra King: It made me sick to see her near you.
Alexandra King: I went back to school thinking that that was it... that I was just done with her.
Alexandra King: I was gonna call and tell you everything, and... and then the accident happened, and... I was waiting until she woke up, I guess.
Alexandra King: You didn't even suspect.
Alexandra King: Right?
Alexandra King: Right?
Alexandra King: You disgusted me too.
Alexandra King: You're always so busy.
Mark Mitchell: This is a unique and dramatic situation!
Matt King: On the phone he can escape, in person, he's got nowhere to go. I wanna see his face.
Matt King: I'm worried about my daughters. I think there's something wrong with them.
Matt King: What is it that makes the women in my life destroy themselves?
Scott Thorson: It's ironic, Elizabeth in this misfortune just as you come into your fortune.
Alexandra King: When I was over at Christmas, I caught her with the guy. It made me sick to see her near you. I went back to school thinking that that was it... that I was just done with her. I was gonna call and tell you everything, and... and then the accident happened, and... I was waiting until she woke up, I guess. You didn't even suspect. Right? Right? You disgusted me too. You're always so busy.
Scottie King: I don't like eggs.
Matt King: Why didn't you say so before I made them?
Scottie King: I thought they were for you.
Matt King: Good morning. Does Mom let you have Coke for breakfast?
Alexandra King: I'm pretty sure it's after eleven. Now that we get a closer look, we might recognize Alexandra from the postcards at the hospital. We also see a resemblance to her mother.
Matt King: How are you feeling? Hangover, huh? Why am I not surprised? I don't know where to start, and we probably shouldn't in front of Scottie.
Scottie King: I don't mind.
Matt King: I thought you were supposed to be getting your act together.
Alexandra King: I have gotten my act together. I was just drinking. I've been doing really well, but nobody ever seems to notice my grades are better, and how I was in that stupid play you guys didn't bother to see. Do you even remember the name of it? That's what I thought. So what if I got drunk on the ONE night you happened to drop in? So the fuck what?
Matt King: Hey, hey, hey. Watch your language in front of Scottie.
Scottie King: I'm okay.
Matt King: Anyway, it's good to see you. Welcome home. Want some eggs?
Alexandra King: How long do I have to stay?
Matt King: We'll discuss that.
Alexandra King: I'm going swimming.
Matt King: Then I'll join you.