| ARMAGEDDON (23) 1998 Film|
- Energy Companies
- A.J. Frost
- A.J. Frost: You know what I was thinkin'? I really don't think that the animal cracker qualifies as a cracker. 'Cause it's sweet, which to me suggests cookie, and, you know, cheese on something is sort of the defining characteristic of what makes a cracker a cracker. I don't know why I thought of that.
- A.J. Frost & Lev Andropov
- A.J. Frost: Have you ever heard of Evel Knievel?
Lev Andropov: No, I never saw Star Wars.
- A.J. Frost & Oscar
- A.J. Frost: If anybody's anybody, I'm Han and you're Chewbacca.
Oscar: Chewy? Have you even seen Star Wars?
- Chick Chapple & Harry Stamper
- Chick Chapple: Right before A.J.'s dad died he told you to take care of his son. I don't think shooting him is taking care of him.
Harry Stamper: I'm not gonna kill him, I'm just gonna shoot him in the leg. He can still work with one leg! Remember that one guy who worked all those years with one arm?
Chick Chapple: Yep, but he wasn't very good.
- General Kimsey
- General Kimsey: The fate of the planet is in the hands of a bunch of retards I wouldn't trust with a potato gun.
- Grace Stamper
- Grace Stamper: I understand that you are handicapped by a natural immaturity, and I forgive you.
- Harry Stamper
- Harry Stamper: Come on! You're NASA for Christ's sake! You're the ones who come up with this shit! Why I bet you have a bunch of guys sitting around somewhere right now just thinking shit up, and somebody backing them up. What's your contingency plan?
- A J. Frost
- A J. Frost: Oh man. Well, we all gotta die, right? I'm the guy who gets to do it saving the world.
- Rockhound: This is so much fun, it's freaky!
- Rockhound: Well it's about time, I haven't thrown up in about an hour.
- Rockhound: Why do I do this? Three reasons: the pay is good, the scenery changes, and they let me use explosives.
- Rockhound: You think that's bad? I owe 100 grand to a fat-ass loan shark which I spent on a stripper named Molly Mounds.
- Ronald Quincy
- Ronald Quincy: I know the presidents' chief advisor, we were at MIT together. And, at this point in time, you really don't want to take advice from a man who got a C minus in astrophysics. The presidents' advisors are wrong. I am right.
- U.S. President
- U.S. President: The human thirst for excellence, knowledge, every step up the ladder of science, every adventurous reach into space, all of our combined modern technologies and imaginations, even the wars that we've fought have provided us the tools to wage this terrible battle. Through all the chaos that is our history, through all of the wrongs and the discord, through all of the pain and suffering, through all of our times, there is one thing that has nourished our souls, and elevated our species above its origins, and that is our courage.
- U.S. President: I address you tonight not as the President of the United States, not as the leader of a country, but as a citizen of humanity. We are faced with the very gravest of challenges. The Bible calls this day "Armageddon", the end of all things. And yet, for the first time in the history of the planet, a species has the technology to prevent its own extinction. All of you praying with us need to know that everything that can be done to prevent this disaster is being called into service.
- U.S. President: The dreams of an entire planet are focused tonight on those fourteen brave souls traveling into the heavens. May we all, citizens the world over, see these events through. Godspeed, and good luck to you.