Shutter Island (2010)
Mark Ruffalo: Chuck Aule
Teddy Daniels : So, what's our next move?
Chuck Aule : You tell me.
Teddy Daniels : I gotta get off this rock, Chuck. Get back to the mainland. Whatever the hell's going on here, it's bad.
Teddy Daniels : [sotto voce] Don't worry, partner, they're not gonna catch us.
Chuck Aule : That's right, we're too smart for 'em.
Teddy Daniels : Yeah, we are, aren't we?
Teddy Daniels : You know, this place makes me wonder.
Chuck Aule : Yeah, what's that, boss?
Teddy Daniels : Which would be worse - to live as a monster? Or to die as a good man?
Dr. Jeremiah Naehring : You both served overseas, huh?
Chuck Aule : It's not much of a stretch, Doc. For all you know, we're both paper pushers over there.
Dr. Jeremiah Naehring : No, you are not. - Since the schoolyard, neither of you has ever walked away from a physical conflict. No, no, not because you enjoyed it, but because retreat isn't something you consider an option.
Chuck Aule : We weren't raised to run, Doc.
Dr. Jeremiah Naehring : Ah, yes. Raised. And who raised you, Marshal?
Teddy Daniels : Me? Wolves.
[Dr. Naehring and Dr. Cawley laugh again]
Dr. Jeremiah Naehring : Very impressive defense mechanisms.
Dr. Jeremiah Naehring : Men like you are my specialty, you know. Men of violence.
Chuck Aule : Now, that's a hell of an assumption to make.
Dr. Jeremiah Naehring : No assumption, no, not at all. You misunderstand me. I said, you are 'men of violence'. I'm not accusing you of being violent men. That's quite different.
Dr. John Cawley : [examines Rachel's note] Ah, this is definitely Rachel's handwriting. I have no idea... what the "Law of Four" is, though.
Teddy Daniels : It's not a psychiatric term?
Dr. John Cawley : No, I'm afraid not.
Chuck Aule : [reads the note] "Who is 67?" Fucked if I know.
Dr. John Cawley : I have to say that's quite close to my clinical conclusion.
Teddy Daniels : So this female prisoner...
Dr. John Cawley : Patient.
Teddy Daniels : Sorry... patient, one Rachel Solando, escaped sometime in the last 24 hours.
Dr. John Cawley : Last night between ten and midnight.
Chuck Aule : Is she considered dangerous?
Dr. John Cawley : You could say that. She killed all three of her children.