Martin Frohm: What would you say if man walked in here with no shirt, and I hired him? What would you say?
Chris Gardner: He must have had on some really nice pants。
I‘m the type of person,if you ask me a question, and I don‘t know the answer,I‘m gonna to tell you that I don‘t know.But I bet you what: I know how to find the answer, and I‘ll find the answer。
Don‘t ever let somebody tell you you can‘t do something, not even me。
You got a dream, you gotta protect it. People can‘t do something themselves,they wanna tell you you can‘t do it.If you want something, go get it. Period。
Miranda Priestly: I need 10 or 15 skirts from Calvin Klein.。。
Andy Sachs: What kind of skirts?
Miranda Priestly: ...please bore someone else with your... questions。
Andy Sachs: What if I don't want this?
Miranda Priestly: Oh, don't be silly - EVERYONE wants this. Everyone wants to be "us"。
I don't need a pity. I need a payback. And I've looked. But when you spend the past six years raising babies... it's real hard to convince someone to give you a job that pays worth a damn. Are you getting every word of this down, honey, or am I talking too fast for you?
I think I look nice. And as long as I have one ass instead of two, I'll wear what I like... if that's okay。
Don't talk to me like I'm an idiot okay. I may not have a law degree, but I've spent months on this case... and I know more about these plaintiffs than you ever will。
跳出我天地 Billy Elliot (2000)
编剧： Lee Hall
主演： 杰米·贝尔 / 朱丽·沃特斯 / Gary Lewis / Jean Heywood / 杰米·德拉文
类型： 剧情 / 喜剧 / 音乐 / 家庭
比利(杰米·贝尔 Jamie Bell 饰)的家人是英国的一个底层矿工。他们参加罢工，挣扎在贫困的生活中，并认为比利应该学些男人的拳术。比利本来每周都去一回拳击班，偶然的机会却让他走上了不一样的路途。
因为一个小意外，比利发现了潜意识中对芭蕾的热爱，而挑剔世故的芭蕾老师威尔金森(朱丽·沃特斯 Julie Walters 饰)无意中发现了比利极具芭蕾天赋。二人一拍即合，威尔金森甚至放弃她的一班女学生，把全部心思放在培养小比利上。可是比利的家庭全然不理解儿子为何爱上女生的玩意。比利在家庭的反对下，痛苦的抉择。
Billy: I think I'm scared, Dad。
Jackie Elliot: That's okay, son. We're all scared。
Billy: Well... if I don't like it, can I still come back?
Jackie Elliot: Are you kidding? We've let out your room。
Tutor 1: What does it feel like when you're dancing?
Billy: Don't know. Sorta feels good. Sorta stiff and that, but once I get going... then I like, forget everything. And... sorta disappear. Sorta disappear. Like I feel a change in my whole body. And I've got this fire in my body. I'm just there. Flyin' ike a bird. Like electricity. Yeah, like electricity。
George Woolf: Wanta know what I think?
Charles Howard: Of course。
George Woolf: I think it's better to break a man's leg than his heart。
Charles Howard: You could be crippled for the rest of your life。
Red Pollard: I was crippled for the rest of my life. I got better. He made me better. Hell,you made me better。
Tom Smith: One more thing。
George Woolf: What? Let him catch me on the backstretch? You know,you're not the only one who knows this horse。
Red Pollard: I'm fine George. I don't need your help and I sure as ---- don't need your charity. Leave me alone。
-What is that?
-You tell me...Carcass by Soutine. 1925.
-It's not on the syllabus。
-No， it's not.Is it any good?Come on， ladies. There's no wrong answer.There's also no textbook telling you what to think.It's not that easy, is it?All right..。。
-No. It's not good.In fact， I wouldn't even call it art. It's grotesque。
-Is there a rule against grotesque art?
1.Remember, Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things and no good thing ever dies!
2.I guess it comes down to a simple choice: get busy living or get busy dying。
3.Fear can hold you prisoner ,hope can set you free. A strong man can save himself, a great man can save another。
4.Prison life consists of routine, and then more routine。
5.These walls are kind of funny like that. First you hate them, then you get used to them. Enough time passed, get so you depend on them. That’s institutionalized。
6. It takes a strong man to save himself, and a great man to save another。
7.I have to remind myself that some birds aren’t meant to be caged. Their feathers are just too bright. And when they fly away, the part of you that knows it was a sin to lock hem up DOES rejoice. Still, the place you live in is that much more drab and empty that they’re gone. I guess I just miss my friend。