Robot & Frank (2012)
Robot: Frank, that cereal is for children. Enjoy this grapefruit.
Frank: *You're* for children, stupid.
Frank: Every security system is designed by security companies, not thiefs. It's not the question of if a thief can break in, it's how long. They place all the heavy systems where their customers can see them. They're selling the feel of security.
Frank: I would rather die eating cheeseburgers than live off of steamed cauliflower.
Frank: Can't you just erase the bad parts?
Robot: My memory is a holographic array. If I lost half of it I'd still have every memory, just in half the resolution.
Robot: After you wipe my memory things can go back to normal and you can continue planning your next job.
Frank: What did you say?
Robot: Remember Frank, your next job. You deal in diamonds and jewels, the most value by the ounce. It's not too late, Frank. Don't give up. Lifting that high-end stuff, no one gets hurt. Except those insurance company crooks.
Frank: I hate hikes. God damned bugs! You've seen one tree - you've seen all.
Jennifer: [Addressing robots] Are you two enjoying the party?
"Mr. Darcy," robotic 'Assistant Librarian': [Synthesized speech] I'm functioning normally.
Robot: As am I.
Frank: [Addressing robots] Why don't you... mingle, together?
"Mr. Darcy," robotic 'Assistant Librarian': [Synthesized speech] I have no functions or tasks that require a verbal interaction with the VGC 60 L.
Jennifer: Mr. Darcy, that is so rude.