The Last Seduction (1994)
Peter Berg: Mike Swale
Bridget Gregory : Could you leave? Please?
Mike Swale : I haven't finished charming you yet.
Bridget Gregory : You haven't started.
Mike Swale : Gimme a chance.
Bridget Gregory : Look, go find yourself a nice little cowgirl and make nice little cowbabies and leave me alone.
Mike Swale : I'm hung like a horse. Think about it.
Bridget Gregory : Let's see.
Mike Swale : Excuse me?
Bridget Gregory : Mr. Ed, let's see.
Mike Swale : Look, I tried to be nice. I can see that's something you're not...
Bridget Gregory : No, I'm trying. I can be very nice when I try. Sit down.
Mike Swale : OK, maybe we just got off to a bad start. I know plenty of people -
[Bridget unzips his fly]
Mike Swale : What are you doing?
Bridget Gregory : I believe what we're looking for is a certain horse-like quality?
Mike Swale : Grow up.
Chris : What? Did you leave your dick in Buffalo?
Mike Swale : Chris, these women are anchors.
Chris : Here he goes again.
Mike Swale : How many guys in this bar have felt her up?
Chris : All of them.
Mike Swale : Right. And how many have gone home with her, how many guys have slept with her?
Chris : None, including yourself.
Mike Swale : Right, I rest my case.
Chris : Don't rest it too long, 'cause I promise you it will fall off.
Mike Swale : Maybe it's my quaint small town morals, but I don't do murder.