The Chronicles of Riddick (2004)
Slam Guard: You'll kill us... with a soup cup?
Richard B. Riddick: Tea, actually.
Slam Guard: What's that?
Richard B. Riddick: I'll kill you with my teacup.
Richard B. Riddick: There's gonna be one speed... mine. If you can't keep up, don't step up. You'll just die.
Vaako: This is your one chance. Take the Lord Marshals' offer and bow.
Richard B. Riddick: I bow to no man.
Vaako: [take off his helmet] He is not a man. He's the holy Half-Dead who has seen the UnderVerse.
Richard B. Riddick: Look, I'm not with everyone here. But I will take a piece of him.
[points to Irgun]
Vaako: A piece you will have.
Richard B. Riddick: You made three mistakes. First, you took the job. Second, you came light. A four man crew for me? Fucking insulting. But the worst mistake you made...
[Toombs darts for the gun rack which he finds to be empty while Riddick smiles]
Richard B. Riddick: ...empty gun rack.
The Guv: There are inmates and there are convicts. A convict has a certain code. And he knows to show a certain respect. An inmate, on the other hand, pulls the pin on his fellow man. Does the guards' work for them... brings shame... to the game. So, which are you gonna be?
Richard B. Riddick: Me? I'm just passin' through.
Purifier: The Necromonger in me warns you not to go back.
Purifier: But the Furyan in me... hopes you won't listen.
[shows blade to Riddick then drops it]
Purifier: God knows... I've dreamed of it.
Toombs: [Talking about Crematoria] If I owned this place and Hell, I'd rent this place out and live in Hell.
Aereon: [to Riddick] There are very few of us who have met a Necromonger and lived to speak of it. So when I choose to speak of it, you should choose to listen.
[referring to a Necromonger Riddick has just killed rather easily in hand-to-hand combat]
Lord Marshal: Irgun. One of my best.
Richard B. Riddick: If you say so.
Aereon: They are an army unlike any other... crusading across the stars toward a place called UnderVerse, their promised land - a constellation of dark new worlds. Necromongers, they're called. And if they cannot convert you, they will kill you. Leading them, the Lord Marshal. He alone has made a pilgrimage to the gates of the UnderVerse... and returned a different being. Stronger. Stranger. Half alive and half... something else. If we are to survive, a new balance must be found. In normal times, evil would be fought by good. But in times like these, well, it should be fought by another kind of evil.
Richard B. Riddick: Remember that favorite game of yours?
Kyra: "Who's the Better Killer?"
Richard B. Riddick: Let's play.
Richard B. Riddick: You keep what you kill.
Purifier: [to Riddick] I was supposed to deliver a message to you... if Vaako failed to kill you. A message from the Lord Marshal himself. He tells you to stay away from Helion, stay away from him, and in return, you'll be hunted no more. But Vaako will most likely report you as dead. So this is your chance. Your chance to do what no man has ever done.
Richard B. Riddick: [to Aereon] The blade comes off when the bounty comes off.
Richard B. Riddick: Don't bother. Guards ain't there. They figured out the Necros are comin' for me. Plan was to clean the bank, ghost the mercs, break wide for the tunnel. And then somebody got a lucky shot off with this rocket launcher here... and took out the sled. Guards took off on foot but rigged the door so no one could follow. They'll take the one ship in the hangar and leave everyone else to die.
Toombs: How come you know all this shit? You weren't even here.
Richard B. Riddick: Cause it was my plan.
Toombs: You know, you supposed to be some slick-shit killer. Now look at you... all back-of-the-bus and shit.
Richard B. Riddick: [to Toombs] Don't know about this new crew of yours. They seem a bit skittish. Probably shouldn't tell 'em what happened to the last crew.
Richard B. Riddick: I'm sure God has his tricks, but getting out of places no one else can, that's one of mine.
Vaako: First and always, I am a Necromonger commander. So if you're here to test my loyalty, you succeed only in testing my patience.
Imam: Have you heard anything I've said?
Richard B. Riddick: You said it's all circling the drain, the whole universe. Right?
Imam: That's right.
Richard B. Riddick: Had to end sometime.
Richard B. Riddick: [in cryosleep] Merceneries. Elementals. Necromongers. Shit, I've never been so popular. I should probaly slip these chains and open up a few arteries. But why drive when you can get driven? Free ticket to Crematoria. Thanks Toombs. Got me some business there, named Jack. And once we settle up, I walk away forever. So I'll just wait... all back-of-the-bus for now.
Dame Vaako: [about the Necropolis] The first six Lord Marshals have called this home. Magnificent, isn't it?
Richard B. Riddick: I might have gone a different way.
Purifier: True of us all.
Richard B. Riddick: [to Aereon] Sister, they don't know what to do with just one of me.
Richard B. Riddick: [a guard has Kyra in a choke-hold] I don't think she likes being touched. I'd take my wounded and go... while you still can.
Lord Marshal: What do you think of this blade?
[Riddick grabs it, spins it around over and under his hand; catches it blade facing him and offers it back to the Lord Marshal]
Richard B. Riddick: I think it's a half-gram heavy on the back end.
Richard B. Riddick: You're not afraid of the dark, are you?
Kyra: [sneaks up behind Riddick and points a blade at his back] Should I go for the sweet spot? Left of the spine, fourth lumbar down; the abdominal aorta? What a gusher.
[looks over Riddick's shoulder]
Kyra: How do I get eyes like that?
Richard B. Riddick: You gotta kill a few people.
Kyra: Did that. Did a lot of that.
Richard B. Riddick: Then you gotta get sent to a slam.
Kyra: One where they tell you you'll never see daylight again. Only there wasn't a doctor here who could shine my eyes, not even for 20 menthol Kools. Was there anything you said that was true?
Richard B. Riddick: [director's cut] They say most of your brain shuts down in cryosleep.
Shirah: ...Brain shuts down in cryosleep...
Richard B. Riddick: All but the primitive side.
Shirah: All but the primitive side.
Richard B. Riddick: The animal side.
Shirah: All but the Furyan side.
Shirah: Some of us still remember the true crime that happened here on Furya. And once you wake - truly wake - you'll remember too.
Richard B. Riddick: Its been a long time since I smelled beautiful.
Dame Vaako: Let me show you the way.
Lord Marshal: Convert now... or fall forever.
Ziza: [to Riddick] Did you really kill monsters? The ones that were gonna hurt my father?
Imam: Such are our bedtime stories.
Purifier: In this verse, life is antagonistic to the natural state. Here humans in all their various races are a spontaneous outbreak. An unguided mistake. Our purpose is to correct that mistake... because there is another verse. A verse where life is welcomed and cherished. A ravishing ever-new place called Underverse... but the road to that verse crosses over the threshold.
Purifier: I've done... unbelievable things... in the name of a faith that was never my own. And he'll do to her what he did to me.
Richard B. Riddick: What was that? You don't care if you live or die?
Kyra: If I kill them first, not really.
Richard B. Riddick: [quietly] Maybe I do.
Richard B. Riddick: Keep moving!
Richard B. Riddick: Kyra.
Richard B. Riddick: [Louder] Kyra!
Kyra: [Screams] What?
Richard B. Riddick: Get that ASS MOVING!
Richard B. Riddick: [to Eve Logan]
Richard B. Riddick: Did you know you grind your teeth at night? Sexy.
Eve Logan: [about Toombs] What the hell is he thinkin' now?
Richard B. Riddick: He's thinkin' of a triple-max prison. A no-daylight slam. Only three of 'em left in this system, two of 'em outta range for a shitty little undercutter like this one with no legs. Leavin' just one - Crematoria. That is what you had in mind. Right Toombs?
Lord Marshal: Don't question it, Vaako.
Lord Marshal: [his words echo at Vaako, throughout the war room] Take it as a matter of faith.
Richard B. Riddick: Maybe you should pretend like you're talking to someone educated in the penal system.
Lord Marshal: Been a long time since I've seen my own blood.
Imam: Lajjun and Ziza!
Richard B. Riddick: When it's over.
Imam: Let me go! I must get to my family!
Richard B. Riddick: When it's over!
Richard B. Riddick: [to Imam] Now who do I have to kill to get this payday off my head?
Dame Vaako: Never fails to inspire does it? Each time a dynasty falls.
Vaako: Remember your place Dame Vaako.
Dame Vaako: My place is at your side dear husband. From here till underverse come.
Richard B. Riddick: Lesson Learned. No such word as "friend".
Dame Vaako: The more you resist them... the greater the damage will be.
Imam: [to Irgun] There will be an afterlife for me. Will there be for you?
[Dame Vaako opens the hanger bay beneath the, pulling a bladed weapon from the wall]
Dame Vaako: I've always wondered, can an air Elemental fly? Now do me a favor. Calculate the odds of you getting off this planet alive... and now cut them in half.
[Dame Vaako circling, forcing Aereon towards the gap, swings her blade, Aereon turns to mist, the blade passing through her and she floats across the pit]
Aereon: No, we can't fly. But we do glide very well.
Lord Marshal: All those poets, on all those worlds; the ones who spoke of battle being such an unsightly thing? They never stood here.
Aereon: In normal times, evil would be fought with good. But in times like these, well, it should be fought by another kind of evil.
Richard B. Riddick: I told one man where I might go, I showed trust to one man. Did I make a mistake Imam.
Vaako: Obedience without question. Loyalty until Underverse come.
Purifier: It was hard for me to accept too, the first time I heard these words... But I changed. I let them take away my pain. Just was you will change when you realize the threshold to the Underverse will be crossed only by those who have embraced the Necromonger faith, by those of you who will right now, drop to your knees, and ask, to be purified.
[after ripping out a man's soul]
Lord Marshal: Join him, or join me.