The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 (2009)
Ryder: I talked to God.
Walter Garber: That's good, what did he say?
Ryder: He said I should trust in Him, all others pay cash. How soon can you get it down here?
Walter Garber: What's her name?
Ryder: Lavitca, she was Lithuanian... she was an ASS-model.
Walter Garber: She asked you what?
Ryder: You heard of hand-models, right? Advertisements?
Walter Garber: Right.
Ryder: She was an ass-model... she did jeans and uh you know, magazines and shit. Anyway, it was fashion week in New York and uh... I took her to Iceland.
Walter Garber: Lavitca, Lithuanian, Ass model, Iceland, you took her to the ice...
Ryder: So, for five-hundred bucks they'll take you on a dog-sled ride on a glacier.
Walter Garber: Dog-sled?
Ryder: Yeah... and you know that whole saying that if you're not the lead dog, the view never changes?
Walter Garber: Right, otherwise you're always looking at the asshole of the dog in front of you.
Ryder: That'll be funny in a minute when I get to that part.
Walter Garber: It's funny now.
Ryder: [next scene] And it's eight in the morning, we haven't been to bed yet... and we're tooling across this glacier and I got this hangover that's creeping up the back of my neck... and guess what I'm looking at?
Walter Garber: You're obviously you're staring at... the ass of the dog in front of you.
Ryder: You got it! So this dog... out of nowhere just lifts his hind-legs up and puts them in the, you know the harness there... and just takes a shit, while he's running on his front paws. So he's dumping and running, all at the same time... now that's multi-fucking-tasking if you ask me.
Walter Garber: Get outta here, did it hit you?
Ryder: Shit always hits you man.
Ryder: I didn't know it at the time, but it was profound.
Walter Garber: Profound?
Walter Garber: Why? Uh, you lost me.
Ryder: Well, you know uh... when I went to prison later on, what you called. Uh, I had trouble going to the toilet... you know, a privacy thing. And I... couldn't take a shit. I was scared shitless... literally. So, you know what I thought of?
Walter Garber: You thought of the dog.
Ryder: That's right... I thought of that dog. If it could do what it needed to do... so could I. It saved my fucking live.
Walter Garber: Wow, that is profound.
Ryder: Do you know what I'm looking at? Do you know what I'm looking at?
Walter Garber: No, I do not.
Ryder: Ok, well first there's my gun... and at the end of my gun, what's your name man?
George: George, everyone calls me Geo.
Ryder: George, his friends call him Geo. He's got this kinda eighties skateboard thing going on... he makes it work, but it's not gonna look to good in his casket.
Police Captain Hill: So, who the hell did you fuck to get this job?
Walter Garber: Myself... was easier than it looked.
Police Captain Hill: Yeah... fucking yourself always is.
Ryder: Well, I got faith in you man... but I gotta ask you one question. You know that thing when you told your wife about the 35K, how did she react?
Walter Garber: Look, we gotta talk about...
Ryder: No, don't be sensitive.
Walter Garber: I'm not being sensitive.
Ryder: Well, did she freak out or what?
Walter Garber: She... wasn't happy, but she understood.
Ryder: Well, that's love right?
Walter Garber: No, that's marriage... that's another thing.
Ryder: [describing Garber's voice] He's got a sexy voice though, man. He'd be my bitch in prison.
Ryder: Put Garber on the line!
Camonetti: To be honest, Mr. Garber has gone home.
Ryder: Put Garber on the fucking line or I'll kill the motorman!
Camonetti: I guarantee you, Mr. Ryder, that I am the best person for you to be talking to right now. Just give me a moment and I'll explain why.
Ryder: [to Jerry] You were always going to be the first one to go.
[shoots Jerry several times]
Ryder: Mr. Camonetti, you have 60 fucking seconds before I kill another, okay?
Ryder: Life is simple now. They just have to do what I say.
Ryder: You know we all owe God a debt... and I'm a man who pays his debts. Are you a man who pays his debts?
Walter Garber: Yeah, yeah, sure... TV, cable, uh and my mortgage. That's a little like dying once a month.
Ryder: Oh, you're married... you're a married man?
Walter Garber: Maybe.
Ryder: Oh, no... you're married, man. Married men have mortgages.
Walter Garber: Well, I can tell you that you are dealing with one of the old-time bureaucracy, I know that. I mean, it takes time.
Ryder: Well you'd better fix the bureaucracy. Because when the time comes, these motherfuckers, these out there, are gonna go real quick.
Ryder: Ok... now somebody else has to die. Two people, maybe all of us! Did you hear me?
Walter Garber: I heard you, but you gotta understand that the circumstances they're different now for you. You gotta rethink this, you... you gotta adapt.
Ryder: No, I gave you instructions and you know the consequences.
Walter Garber: I mean don't you have a plan B?
Ryder: No, plan B is enforcing plan A... and the minute you stop believing me mother fucker, that's it!
Camonetti: Listen, don't let this guy bring you to his reality. 'Cause that's what he wants to do... he hurts you, you're gonna get angry. He's got the advantage, understand?
Walter Garber: Yeah.
Camonetti: Just deflect.
Ryder: Garber! When you put your socks on this morning, did you ever think...? Turn around, let them frisk you. I was worried about you... I thought maybe you'd get lost but then I remembered you were a motorman, so... these tunnels don't change much, do they?
Walter Garber: Just the people in 'em.
Walter Garber: You got it, you got it... any other demands?
Ryder: Yeah, well no fucking pizza delivery man.
Walter Garber: No, I mean are you guys like... are you terrorists?
Ryder: Do I sound like a terrorist? Do I terrorize you?
Walter Garber: Actually you don't, but not that I've ever talked to one. So, so... what, this is just about money?
Ryder: Oh, is there anything else?
Walter Garber: There's not dying.
Ryder: Yeah, well you know you live, you die, you either go with the current or you fight it. We all end up at the same place.
Walter Garber: Where's that, Jersey?
Ryder: Yeah, you watch it I was born there man.
Walter Garber: You know I'm just saying, you know you're up in a motorman's cab... so that means you know you're on the radio, which means that you're an easy target. You gotta know the drill.
Ryder: Yeah, I know that soon I won't be alone and If I'm the first to get shot... I'm the first of many to get shot.
Walter Garber: That's correct, but then you'd still be dead.
Ryder: Dead is an improvement on a lot of things I can think of, buddy boy.
Supervisor: Sounds like he slept with my ex.
Ryder: Seven! One, two, three, four, five, six, seven!
[points to the mother]
Ryder: Lucky lady! Come on, up. Up! Up!
Wallace: Fuck no!
[stands between Ryder and the mother]
Wallace: Come on.
[tries to stop Wallace]
Wallace: It's the only plan I got. Come on, motherfucker!
Ryder: [looks to the mother] That's your fault.
Ryder: Now you understand commodities, don't you? You know, pork bellies, gold, light crude.
Walter Garber: Listen. No disrespect, but maybe I'm not the guy you should be talking to.
Ryder: Oh no, you are exactly the guy I wanna talk to. Now I want you to look at the ticker and I want you to tell me what is the going rate for a New York City hostage today. You think a million dollars is too much? I do. I think it's corny. Now get your calculator out. You got one?
Ryder: [Garber hesitates] Do you have a calculator?
Walter Garber: Yeah, we got one. I got one.
Ryder: Okay, good. Now add this up. You got $526,315.79. That's $526,315.79 Now times that by 19. What do you get?
Walter Garber: [looks at calculator] That's $10 million?
Ryder: What do you get?
Walter Garber: That comes out to $10 million plus 1 cent.
Ryder: Oh that is a deal. Now I want you to call the mayor and tell him the price. And then you tell him I want it in 100,000 $100 dollar bills. You got that?
Walter Garber: Okay I got that. What about the 1 cent?
Ryder: Well you keep that 1 cent. It's your broker fee.
Ryder: This make you feel better, Garber? That make everything okay now?
Walter Garber: No, but it's a start.
Ryder: [Repeated line] I don't know, Garber, why don't you tell me and then we'll both know.