Legolas: [Looking at two pictures in a locket that he has confiscated from Gloin. The picture on the left has a long thick beard] Who is this? Your brother?
Gloin: That is my wife!
Legolas: [Looking at the infant in the other picture] And who is this horrid creature? A goblin mutant?
Gloin: That is my wee lad, Gimli!
[surveys a chamber of dead dwarves in Erebor]
Thorin Oakenshield: I will not die like this, clawing for life... If this is to end in fire, then we will all burn together!
[Smaug begins his attack on Lake Town]
Bilbo Baggins: What have we done?
Kili: Aren't you going to search me? I could have anything down my trousers.
Tauriel: Or nothing.
Legolas: [In Elvish]
[speaking about Kíli]
Legolas: Why does the Dwarf stare at you, Tauriel?
Tauriel: [In Elvish] Who can say? He's quite tall for a Dwarf. Do you not think?
Legolas: [In Elvish] Taller than some...
Legolas: but no less ugly.
[Smaug is smothered with a deluge of molten gold]
Smaug: [rises up] Revenge? REVENGE? I will show you revenge!
[takes flight towards Lake Town]
Smaug: I am fire... I am... death!
[after Thorin orders Kili left behind, Fili steps off the boat]
Thorin Oakenshield: Fili, don't be a fool. You belong with the Company.
Fili: I belong with my brother!
Smaug: There is something about you. Something you carry, something made of gold... but far more PRECIOUS...
[Bilbo is assaulted by Sauron's eye and pulls off the ring]
Smaug: [sees him] There you are, Thief in the Shadows!
[hearing a rumbling noise within the Mountain]
Dori: Was that an earthquake?
Balin: That, my lad, was a dragon.
Bard the Bowman: The Lord of Silver Fountains / The King of Carven Stone / The King Beneath the Mountain / shall come into his own. / And the bells shall ring in gladness / at the Mountain King's return. / But all shall fail in sadness, / and the Lake will shine and burn...
Smaug: Well, thief! I smell you, I hear your breath, I feel your air. Where are you?
[moves in Bilbo's direction]
Smaug: Where are you?
[Bilbo runs, but Smaug hears his footsteps across the gold and follows]
Smaug: Come now, don't be shy... step into the light.
[observes a carving of the Arkenstone]
Bilbo Baggins: What's that?
Balin: That is the Arkenstone.
Bilbo Baggins: And what is it?
Thorin Oakenshield: That, Master Burglar, is why you are here.
Tauriel: Lie still.
Kili: You cannot be her. She is far away. She... she is far, far away from me. She walks in starlight in another world. It was just a dream. Do you think she could have loved me?
Bilbo Baggins: I did not come to steal from you, O Smaug the Unassessably Wealthy. I merely wanted to gaze upon your magnificence, to see if you were as great as the old tales say. I did not believe them.
Smaug: [strikes a pose] And do you, NOW?
Bilbo Baggins: Truly songs and tales fall utterly short of your enormity, O Smaug the Stupendous...
Smaug: Do you think flattery will keep you alive?
Bilbo Baggins: No, no...
Smaug: No, indeed!
Radagast the Brown: What if it's a trap?
Gandalf: Turn around and don't come back.
Gandalf: It's undoubtedly a trap.
[draws his sword]
Gandalf: You've changed, Bilbo Baggins. You're not the same Hobbit as the one who left the Shire...
Bilbo Baggins: I was going to tell you... I found something in the Goblin tunnels.
Gandalf: Found what? What did you find?
Bilbo Baggins: [pause]
Bilbo Baggins: My courage.
Gandalf: Good... well, that's good. You'll need it.
Thorin Oakenshield: Here! You witless worm!
Thorin Oakenshield: I'm taking back what you stole.
Smaug: You will take NOTHING from me, dwarf. I laid low your warriors of old. I instilled terror in the hearts of men. I AM KING UNDER THE MOUNTAIN!
Thorin Oakenshield: This is not your kingdom! These are dwarf lands. This is dwarf gold! And we will have our revenge!
Bard the Bowman: You have no right to enter that mountain!
Thorin Oakenshield: I have the ONLY right!
Thranduil: I offer you my help.
Thorin Oakenshield: I am listening.
Thranduil: I will let you go if you but return what is mine.
Thorin Oakenshield: A favor for a favor...?
Thranduil: You have my word, one King to another.
Thorin Oakenshield: I would not trust Thranduil, the great King, to honor his word should the end of all days be upon us! You lack all honor! I have seen how you treat your friends. We came to you once, starving, homeless, seeking your help, but you turned your back. You turned away from the suffering of my people in the inferno that destroyed us!
Thranduil: [reveals scars] Do not speak to ME of dragon fire! I know its wrath and ruin! I have faced the great serpents of the north!... I warned your grandfather what his greed would summon. He would not listen... You are just like him. So go, stay here and rot. One hundred years is a mere blink in the life of an elf! I'm patient! I can wait!
Balin: It never ceases to amaze me, the courage of Hobbits...
Bard the Bowman: All of you! Listen to me! You must listen! Have you forgotten what happened to Dale? Have you forgotten those who died in the firestorm? And for what purpose? The blind ambition of a Mountain King, so riveted by greed he cannot see beyond his own desire!
Legolas: [after Thranduil decapitates Narzug] Why did you do that? You promised to set him free.
Thranduil: And I did. I freed his wretched head from his miserable shoulders.
Thorin Oakenshield: You're afraid.
Balin: Yes! Yes, I'm afraid! I fear for YOU, Thorin. A sickness lies on that treasure, a sickness that drove your grandfather mad!
Thorin Oakenshield: I am not my grandfather.
Balin: You are not yourself! The Thorin I know would not hesitate...
Thorin Oakenshield: I will not risk this quest for the life of one burglar.
Balin: Bilbo. His name is Bilbo!
Smaug: You think you can deceive me, Barrel-Rider? You have come from Lake Town! This is some sort of scheme hatched between these filthy dwarves and those miserable tub-trading Lakemen, those snivelling cowards with their Longbows and Black Arrows! Perhaps it is time I paid them a visit!
Bilbo Baggins: Oh, no... This isn't their fault! Wait! You can not go to Lake Town!
Smaug: You care about them, do you? Good! Then you can watch them DIE!
Legolas: Do not think I won't kill you, dwarf!
Legolas: It is not our fight.
Tauriel: [reluctant] It is our fight. It will not end here. With every victory this evil will grow. If your father has his way, we will do nothing. We will hide within our walls, live our lives away from the light and let darkness descend. Are we are not part of this world? Tell me, Mellon, when did we let evil become stronger than us?
Thranduil: Such is the nature of evil. Out there in the vast ignorance of the world it festers and spreads. A shadow that grows in the dark. A sleepless malice as black as the oncoming wall of night. So it ever was. So will it always be. In time all foul things come forth.
Thranduil: [to Thorin] Where does your journey end? A quest to reclaim a homeland, and slay a dragon!... I suspect something more prosaic. Attempted burglary, or something of that kind. You seek that which would bestow upon you the right to rule: the Arkenstone!
Legolas: Tauriel, you cannot hunt thirty Orcs on your own.
Tauriel: [smiling] But I'm not on my own.
Legolas: You knew I would come.
Bard the Bowman: If you awaken that beast, you'll destroy us all!
Smaug: The King Under the Mountain is dead! I took his throne, and ate his people like a wolf among sheep! I kill where I wish, WHEN I wish! My armour is iron, no blade can pierce me!
Tauriel: You like killing things, Orc? You like death? Then let me give it to you!
Thranduil: Such is the nature of evil, in time all foul things come forth!
Smaug: You seem familiar with my name, but I don't remember smelling your kind before. Who are you and where do you come from, may I ask?
Bilbo Baggins: I come from under the hill...
Bilbo Baggins: ...and under the hill and over the hills my paths lead. And through the air! I am he who walks unseen!
Smaug: Impressive titles. What else do you claim to be?
[leans forward to smell Bilbo]
Bilbo Baggins: Luck-Wearer... Ring-Winner...
Smaug: Lovely titles...
Bilbo Baggins: Barrel-Rider!
Smaug: Barrels! Now that is interesting!
[as Bilbo enters Erebor]
Balin: Bilbo, if there is indeed a live dragon down there, don't waken it.
[gutting an infant spider that touched his ring]
Bilbo Baggins: MINE!
[slowly realizes what he has done]
Thranduil: Legolas said you fought well today. He's grown very fond of you.
Tauriel: I assure you, my Lord, Legolas thinks of me as not more than a captain of the guard.
Thranduil: Perhaps he did once. Now I'm not so sure.
Tauriel: I do not think that you would allow your son to pledge himself to a lowly Silvan elf.
Thranduil: No... You are right, I would not. Still, he cares about you. Do not give him hope where there is none.
[Bilbo observes a bare patch on Smaug's chest]
Bilbo Baggins: So the legend is true, the Black Arrow found its mark...
Smaug: What did you say?
Gandalf: [talking inside The Prancing Pony] I ran into some unsavory characters whilst traveling along the Greenway. They mistook me for a vagabond.
Thorin Oakenshield: I imagine they regretted that.
Gandalf: One of them was carrying a message.
[Gandalf puts the message on the table]
Gandalf: It is Black Speech. A promise of payment.
Thorin Oakenshield: [looking the message] For what?
Gandalf: [looking Thorin] Your head.
[Smaug has been keeping the Arkenstone away from Bilbo throughout their talk, however he lets it fall within reach of Bilbo]
Smaug: I am almost tempted to let you take it, if only to see Oakenshield suffer, watch it destroy him, watch it corrupt his heart and drive him mad... But I think not. I think our little game ends here!
Necromancer: [in Black Speech] We grow in number. We grow in strength. You will lead my armies.
Azog: [in Black Speech] What of Oakenshield?
Necromancer: [in Black Speech] War is coming.
Azog: [in Black Speech, angry] You promised me his head.
Necromancer: [in Black Speech, vanishing] Death will come to all.
Gandalf: Oh, it's you.
Radagast the Brown: Why am I here, Gandalf?
Gandalf: Trust me, Radagast. I would not have called you here without good reason.
Radagast the Brown: [Radagast removes his hat to allow the birds to hide underneath] This is not a nice place to meet.
Gandalf: No, it is not.
[They exit the tomb]
Radagast the Brown: These are dark spells, Gandalf. Old, and full of hate. Who's buried here?
Gandalf: If he had a name, it's long since been lost. He would have been known only as a servant of evil. One of a number.
[He shines his staff into the chasm, revealing the doors of the tombs, all with the bars broken open]
Gandalf: One of nine.
Thranduil: [stares at Bilbo] I know you're there. Why do you linger in the shadows?
[Bilbo thinks he's been found out... ]
Tauriel: [steps out from behind Bilbo] I was coming to report to you.
Thranduil: I thought I ordered that nest to be destroyed not two moons past.
Tauriel: We cleared the forest as ordered, my Lord, but more spiders keep coming up from the South. They are spawning in the ruins of Dol Guldur. If we could kill them at their source...
Thranduil: That fortress lies beyond our borders. Keep our lands clear of those foul creatures. That is your task.
Tauriel: And when we drive them off, what then? Will they not spread to other lands?
Thranduil: Other lands are not my concern. The fortunes of the world will rise and fall, but here in this kingdom, we will endure.
[Bilbo sneaks past him, Thranduil senses something and looks in Bilbo's direction but sees nothing]
[Thorin and Co run into Beorn's house, and barely escape from a gigantic bear]
Thorin Oakenshield: What is that?
Gandalf: That is our host!
[Gandalf has realized that Thorin's company is at risk]
Gandalf: I cannot forsake them! They are in grave danger!
Radagast the Brown: Gandalf, if what you're saying is true, the world is in grave danger!
Gloin: [Reading the rune inscription inside the hidden door] Herein lies the seventh kingdom of Durin's folk. May the Heart of the Mountain unite all Dwarves in defense of this home.
Narzug: [to Legolas and Thranduil] Your world will burn.
Legolas: What are you talking about? Speak!
Narzug: Our time has come again. My master serves the one. Do you understand now, Elfling? Death is upon you! The flames of war are upon you.
Smaug: Did you think I did not know this day would come, that a pack of canting dwarves would come crawling back to the Mountain?
[hands the Black Arrow to his son]
Bard the Bowman: Keep it secret! Keep it safe!
[Bilbo stabs a spider, who screams of it stinging]
Bilbo Baggins: Sting... That's a good name!
Legolas: There is no King Under the Mountain, nor will there ever be!
Radagast the Brown: [looking the symbols around the tomb's door in the High Fells] These are dark spells, Gandalf. Old and full of hate. Who's buried here?
Gandalf: If he had a name, it's long since been lost. He would've been known only as a servant of evil. One of a number. One of nine.
Radagast the Brown: [after leaving the cave] Why now, Gandalf? I don't understand.
Gandalf: The Ringwraiths have been summoned to Dol Guldur.
Radagast the Brown: But it cannot be the Necromancer. A human sorcerer could not summon such evil.
Gandalf: [suspicious] Who said it was human?
Narzug: [in Black Speech, outside Beorn's house] Attack them now. Kill the Dwarf filth while they sleep.
Azog: [in Black Speech] No. The Beast stands guard. We will kill them on the road.
Thorin Oakenshield: The Arkenstone is half a world away, at the foot of a fire-breathing dragon!
Gandalf: Which is why we are going to need... a burglar.
Beorn: I don't like dwarves. They are greedy and blind, blind to the lives of those they deem lesser than themselves... But orcs, I hate more.
Smaug: And what of your dwarf friends? Where are they hiding?
Bilbo Baggins: Dwarves... No. No dwarves here. You've got that all wrong.
Smaug: Oh, I don't think so, Barrel-Rider! They sent you in here to do their dirty work, while they skulk about outside!
Bilbo Baggins: Truly, you are mistaken, O Smaug Chiefest and Greatest of All Calamities...
Smaug: You have nice manners for a thief, and a LIAR! I know the smell and taste of dwarves, no one better!
Smaug: Oakenshield sent you in here for the Arkenstone, didn't he?
Bilbo Baggins: No no no no no, I have no idea what you're talking about...
Smaug: Don't bother denying it! I guessed his foul purpose some time ago! But it matters not. Oakenshield will fail...
Legolas: You were tracking a company of thirteen dwarves. Why?
Narzug: Not thirteen, not anymore.
Bard the Bowman: I was born and bred on these waters, Master Dwarf. If I wanted to kill you, I would not do it here.
Smaug: You have been used, Thief in the Shadows. You were only ever a means to an end. The coward Oakenshield has measured your life and found it to be worth nothing...
Bilbo Baggins: No. No! You're lying!
Bard the Bowman: [upon hearing Smaug's arrival] Listen to me! All of you! Do you not see what is coming?
Thorin Oakenshield: Well done, Master Burglar!
[all the Dwarves make it out in barrels]
Dwalin: [on Bard] I don't care what he calls himself, I don't like him.
Balin: We do not have to like him, we simply have to pay him!
Percy: [When Bard approaches Laketown in his ship] Halt! Goods inspection. Papers please!... Oh, it's you, Bard!
Bard the Bowman: Morning, Percy.
Percy: Anything to declare?
Bard the Bowman: Nothing. But I am cold and tired, and ready for home.
Percy: You and me both.
Smaug: What was it he promised you, a share of the treasure! I will not part with a single piece!
Sigrid: Da? Why are there dwarves coming out our toilet?
Tilda: Will they bring us luck?
Thorin Oakenshield: [after putting in the key and opening the door] Erebor.
Balin: [In tears] Thorin.
Thorin Oakenshield: I know these walls. These halls. This stone. Do you remember it Balin? Chambers filled with golden light.
Balin: I remember.
Gloin: [Reading the Dwarvish writing in the stone] Herein lies the 7th kingdom of Durin's folk. May the heart of the mountain unite all dwarves in defense of this home.
Balin: The throne of the king.
Bilbo Baggins: [Observing the carving] And what's that, above it?
Balin: The arkenstone.
Bilbo Baggins: And what's that?
Thorin Oakenshield: That, Master Burglar, is why you are here.