Dirty Dancing (1987)
Jane Brucker: Lisa Houseman
Lisa Houseman : Oh, my God. Look at that! Ma, I should have brought those coral shoes. You said I was taking too much!
Marjorie Houseman : Well, sweetheart, you brought ten pairs.
Lisa Houseman : But the coral shoes match that dress!
Jake Houseman : This is not a tragedy. A tragedy is three men trapped in a mine, or police dogs used in Birmingham.
Baby : Monks burning themselves in protest.
Lisa Houseman : Butt out, Baby.
Johnny : [talking about Neil] That little wimp. He wouldn't know a new idea if it hit him in the Pachenga. He wanted some new ideas? I could've *told* him some new ideas!
Baby : Well, why did you let him talk to you that way?
Johnny : What do you mean, and fight the bossman?
Baby : Yeah, tell him your ideas! He's a person like everyone else. I'm sure he'll think they're great.
Johnny : Look, I know these people, Baby. They're all rich and they're mean. They won't listen to me.
Baby : Well, then why not fight harder? *Make* them listen?
Johnny : Because, I need this goddamn job lined up for next summer!
Johnny : My dad calls me today, he says - with good news - you know, he says, "Uncle Paul can finally get you in the union."
Baby : Oh, what-what union?
Johnny : The House Painters and Plasterers, local number 179, at your service.
[Baby's father, sister, and Robbie come out of the house next to the trail; Baby pulls Johnny down so they won't see them together]
Lisa Houseman : I've been thinking a lot about the Domino Theory. Now, when Vietnam falls, is China next?
[the trio passes]
Baby : I don't think they saw us.
Johnny : [getting up] Fight harder, huh? I don't see you fighting so hard, Baby. I don't see you running up to daddy telling him I'm your guy.
Baby : I will. With my father, it's complicated. I *will* tell him, I...
Johnny : I don't believe you, Baby! I don't think that you ever had any intention of telling him. Ever.
Lisa Houseman : Where is my beige iridescent lipstick?
Lisa Houseman : I've decided to go all the way with Robbie.
Baby : Oh, Lisa, no. Not with someone like him.
Lisa Houseman : Do you think if we came back here for a our tenth anniversary, it would be free?
Baby : It-it's just wrong this way. It should be with someone - it should be with someone that you sort of love.
Lisa Houseman : Oh, come on. You don't care about me. You wouldn't care if I humped the entire army... as long as they were on the right side of the Ho Chi Minh Trail.