Is Anybody There? (2008)
Edward: [whining] I used to have a room with Paddington Bear wallpaper.
Clarence: Yeah, well I used to have a beautiful wife and all my own teeth. Your life changes, master, and not always for the best. Your life accumulates regrets and they stick to you like old bruises.
Edward: [Reading a headstone] "Samuel Peet. Not Dead. Only Sleeping."
Clarence: Huh. He's gonna be pissed off when he wakes up.
Clarence: I'd like to come back as a badger.
Clarence: They're bad-tempered, but they look good - and you can make sporrans out of badgers.
Clarence: Now for those of you who have never before sat in a seance, there is absolutely nothing to be fearful of. Ghosts... are very friendly sorts. They like a nice chin wag. But they're very scared of loud noises and sudden movements. Which is the reason why they're very rarely to be sighted in discos and wrestling matches, for example.
Edward: You shouldn't joke. It'll make 'em vengeful.
Clarence: [raises hand in supplication] Spirits... please accept my mortal apology.
Edward: Sorry for setting the fire before. Sorry I put a lot of talcum on the floor in there. Sorry for not saying when you ran me over. And that time I put dirt on your head.
Clarence: That's an awful lot of things to be sorry for at such a young age.
Edward: [about death] I'm not scared. I just want to know what happens.
Lilian: Canada's a country, and my big God-bothering girl Mavis is coming from there to see me, today. With her husband who's got a plate in her head. Of course she's not a girl now, little man. She's 66 years old.
Edward: I'm eleven.
Lilian: Well, she's 6 times better than you, isn't she?