Larger Than Life (1996)
Jack Corcoran: You know, they say an elephant never forgets. But what they don't tell you is that you never forget an elephant.
Jack Corcoran: I must be in love,I just lied about my sign.
Tip Tucker: You don't do that to me! You don't do that to Tip Tucker and his Tip-Top Trucking!
Jack Corcoran: I'm a motivator, not a physical therapist.
[Jack is looking for a truck to take him and Vera]
Jack Corcoran: Heading west?
Trucker: [staring at Vera] Yeah.
Jack Corcoran: Can you take some more cargo?
Trucker: Is she afraid of mice?
Jack Corcoran: [frustrated] Are you hauling mice?
Tip Tucker: They grind that stuff up and call it meat. Come on! You ever seen a pig's pecker? Shaped like a doggone corkscrew. It's like that. Like a corkscrew. And that's exactly what they're tryin' to do to you every time you eat that pork. Serious.
Terry Bonura: Make sure you get it all the way up to the thong mark. Remember what happened last time.
Tip Tucker: Of course, the rats are just runnin' hog-wild around the place. Right. In mean the people are practically chasin' them right into the grinder. Rats and excreta, you know. It's all meat to them. They got the balls to call that a hamburger? Come on! You better pull the other one, Uncle Sam. Right?
Jack Corcoran: When you're hot you're hot, when you're not you're not. I don't know if you ever heard that one, but it's a truism.
Tip Tucker: I mean, how do they do it? You know? Make whoopie? I mean, I just cannot see a big, old, flumpy thing like her, layin' on her back, legs in the air, four tons of love coming on top of her and she's layin' back just goin', "Give it to me! Give it to me!" Whoa! Whoa! That's a lot of weight to roll around! You know what I'm talkin' about? You know what I'm sayin'? Come on, man! That's somethin' else. That's got to be a sight to see. That is pretty hard to picture in this old mind.
Tip Tucker: Hey, my name's Tip. We ain't met yet. T-I-P, Tip. Call me that, 'cause you stick with me you'll get a few for free, as you can see.
Tip Tucker: Yeah, anytime now, that phone right there's gonna ring-a-ding-ding. I'm gonna skip on across town, pick me up a load of bowlin' pins. Head clear west to California. Oh, yeah, Oh, yeah.
Tip Tucker: We got Jack and Tip in the cab on the road. You and me, pal.
Jack Corcoran: Tip, do you ever sleep?
Tip Tucker: Oh yeah, I slept last week.
Local Artisan: We want her to stay. Her and you, of course.
Jack Corcoran: I don't know where I belong anymore. Vera has a calling. She's the elephant of my father. I think that he would want me to see that she gets into movies.
Local Artisan: And you will be in the movies with her?
Jack Corcoran: With her? Me?
Local Artisan: Of course. I mean, you are a performer, no?
Jack Corcoran: Well...
Jack Corcoran: You know, they say an elephant never forgets. But what they don't tell you is that - you never forget an elephant.
Jack Corcoran: You got me to a better place, and I'm gonna do the same for you.
Mo: Just do the right thing and have your elephant at the San Diego Airport, Tuesday the 24th, 8 PM.
Jack Corcoran: This is not just an elephant, this is a highly trained, skilled, professional elephant.
Mo: Oh, I don't give a shit if she can play the banjo. Healthy and fertile's all I need.
Tip Tucker: Government waste. School-lunch program. Kids don't eat that free lunch. You got some retard come down and suckin' on the government teat. Come and scrape it off the garbage cans. Then the pig farmers slop their hogs with it. Then shoot 'em up with every antibiotic known to man. 'Cause the AMA's in on this, too. Oh, yeah. You think they want me and you healthy? Better think again.
Tip Tucker: Termites? Termites, my ass! Now I know who's behind this. Them butt-buddies at the trucking commission. That's who!
Tip Tucker: You know what I'm talkin' about? This ain't no picnic walk. This ain't cornbread. I'm tellin' ya. I'm tellin' ya, you turn your back on the skillet, the grease is gonna burn your butt!