Middle Men (2009)
Jack Harris: [Narrating] If I've learned one thing, it's that business is a lot like sex. Getting in is easy, pulling out is hard.
Louie La La: You got two minutes to get my money. After that, somebody's getting his knees broke.
Jerry Haggerty: You're not a greedy man, Jack. Why are you still hanging around?
Jack Harris: I have no interest in making a living creating porn.
Jack Harris: [Narrating] Like everyone else, we were in debt trying to chase the American Dream.
Jack Harris: [Trailer Narration] I was one of those guys living in a Norman Rockwell painting. Beautiful wife, beautiful kids... we were happy.
Buck Dolby: [the first buzzer goes off, signalling a purchase] Did I jut here right...?
Wayne Beering: Yeah, we just made $9.99
Buck Dolby: At 4:15 in the morning? The guy's gotta be a pervert just like you.
Jack Harris: Hey do we wanna get the money or do we wanna break this guy's legs? I say we get the money, you know?
Wayne Beering: We take some pictures from some magazines, we scan them, we upload them onto the Internet, and we make some money.
Audrey Dawns: I think there's just too much emphasis on guilt. All this guilt, guilt, guilt. Guilt for what? I'll bet if you ask any old timer in one of those old folks homes, they'd tell you they regret the stuff they didn't do. Not the stuff that they did do.
Wayne Beering: You know there's nothing to jack off to on the internet?
Buck Dolby: Watch a video, you degenerate!
Buck Dolby: How much are we up to?
Wayne Beering: We just passed the $2000 mark half an hour ago.
Buck Dolby: That's fucking amazing!
Jack Harris: [Narrating] Within a day, Buck and Wayne were convinced they were George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.
Curt Allmans: Do you know anything about terrorism, Audrey?
Audrey Dawns: What kind of terrorism are you referring to? Do you mean like, uh, national, international, eco, bio, or your everyday suicide bomber?
Nikita Sokoloff: Sometimes business is more important than family.