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Movie Quote of the Day – Brown Sugar, 2002 (dir. Rick Famuyiwa)


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Dre: Why you have to say it like that?
Syd: Say what?
Dre: Puh-lease. Like I ain’t shit.
Syd: ‘Cause you ain’t.

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Movie Quote of the Day – Morvern Callar, 2002 (dir. Lynne Ramsay)


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Morvern Callar: Fuck work Lanna, we can go anywhere you like.
Lanna: I’m happy here.
Morvern Callar: Are ya?
Lanna: Yeah, everyone I know is here. There’s nothing wrong with here, Morvern. It’s the same crap as everywhere, so stop dreaming.

Movie Quote of the Day – Crossroads, 2002 (dir. Tamra Davis)


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Lucy Wagner: This time, we didn’t make any wishes for the future. We said goodbye to our past. Now, none of us has any idea where life’s gonna take us. . .’cause what we have is now. And right now, we have each other.

Movie Quote of the Day – Décalage Horaire (Jet Lag), 2002 (dir. Danièle Thompson)


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Rose: We’re total strangers you and me. No reason to hold back. Look, what I think of you is of no importance to you and what you think of me, well, to be honest doesn’t mean shit. So, go right ahead, ask me all the questions for which you are burning to have answers.

Movie Quote of the Day – Lovely & Amazing, 2002 (dir. Nicole Holofcener)


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Bill: You can’t just run around telling people to fuck off.
Michelle: Oh yeah? Fuck off.

Movie Quote of the Day – Frida, 2002 (dir. Julie Taymor)


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Frida Kahlo: Everything hurts, but the leg, the leg is the worst. But I’m alright. At the end of the day, we can endure much more than we think we can.

Movie Quote of the Day – Whale Rider, 2002 (dir. Niki Caro)


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Paikea: Why doesn’t he want me?
Porourangi: It’s not you. It’s not even about you in a way. He’s just looking for something that doesn’t exist anymore.
Paikea: A new leader? They exist.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Hours, 2002 (dir. Stephen Daldry)


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Leonard Woolf: Why does someone have to die?
Virginia Woolf: Leonard?
Leonard Woolf: In your book, you said someone had to die.
Virginia Woolf: Mmmm.
Leonard Woolf: Why? Is this a stupid question?
Virginia Woolf: No.
Leonard Woolf: Then answer my question, stupid.
Virginia Woolf: Not at all.
Leonard Woolf: Well?
Virginia Woolf: Someone has to die in order that the rest of us should value life more. It’s contrast.

Movie Quote of the Day – Panic Room, 2002 (dir. David Fincher)


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Meg: [on loudspeaker] Get out of my house!
Sarah: Say fuck!
Meg: [on loudspeaker] FUCK!
Sarah: Mom! “Get the fuck out of my house”!
Meg: [on loudspeaker] Get the FUCK out of my house!

Movie Quote of the Day – Signs, 2002 (dir. M. Night Shyamalan)


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Rev. Graham Hess: What’s the matter?
Bo: There’s a monster outside my room, can I have a glass of water?