SPECTRE : Best lines (spoilers)

For me, one of the best aspects in SPECTRE are the dialogues.

So let's share our 3 favourite lines !

- Oberhauser "It was me James, the author of all your pain".
Said by everyone else, it would have sound ridicoulous, but when Waltz says it with anger and revenge in his voice, it's just thrilling

- Q : "I asked you to bring it back in one piece, not just one piece"
followed by Q's laugh. I guess I laughed louder than he did

- Bond "That all sounds lovely"
Bond is at his best in SPECTRE and completly masters the art of irony and sarcasm. I just love it.

So what are your favourite lines ?
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  • - Bond to mouse: "Who sent you?" "Who are you working for?"

    - (checks to see if spoilers in title, ok) Blofeld to Bond about pushing each other's buttons, then pushes the button
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
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    "Now we know what 'C' stands for...."

    Definitely my clear winner.
  • Posts: 188
    I'd like to add "my mother's blood line" - all this speculation about if or if not he was really Oberhauser, people saying that was a John Harrison thing or a thing the producers said just to throw us off, so nonchalantly (and logically) resolved.
  • DoctorKaufmannDoctorKaufmann Can shoot you from Stuttgart and still make it look like suicide.
    Posts: 1,036
    Bond: "What can it do?"
    Q: "It tells the time."
  • DariusDarius UK
    edited November 2015 Posts: 354
    I think this thread will be better populated after SP comes out on DVD.

    The line that amused me was: "Please would you flush that down the toilet. We'll cut out the middle-man."

    ...or words to that effect.

    I seem to remember Jasper Carrott doing a similar gag about health foods back in the eighties (pretty much word for word, actually), but then I'm sure those awfully nice chaps at Eon wouldn't dream of blagging someone else's material, would they?
  • Creasy47Creasy47 In Cuba with Natalya.Moderator
    edited November 2015 Posts: 34,956
    One of my favorite lines is still "You are a kite dancing in a hurricane, Mr. Bond." Not sure if 'Mr. Bond' appeared in the film or not, but I am glad that they didn't change Jesper's delivery of it, it was perfect. I'll be able to add more once I know the movie by heart. Another perfect delivery of Bond's was the "Noooo!" whenever 009's music kicked on during the Rome car chase. He seemed so casual but genuinely pissed off at the same time that I couldn't help but laugh. Finally, the mouse dialogue was rich, too.
  • doubleoegodoubleoego #LightWork
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    Blofeld: The daughter of an assassin, the one woman who could have really understood you.
  • PropertyOfALadyPropertyOfALady Colders Federation CEO
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    When Madeleine Swann was drunk:

    "Two Jameses. Lucky me."

    This along with the sexiest "Bond, James Bond." ever.
  • MooseWithFleasMooseWithFleas Philadelphia
    Posts: 3,178
    "Vodka martini, shaken not stirred"
    "We don't serve alcoholic beverages here"

    Love that Craig gets to say the line in its full glory and is promptly denied in a clever way.

  • Darius wrote: »
    I think this thread will be better populated after SP comes out on DVD.

    On the contrary, now is the moment when only the best lines stay in our heads ;)
  • doubleoegodoubleoego #LightWork
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    Q: I've never heard of the Hildebrand.

    M: That's usually the point of a safehouse.
  • DariusDarius UK
    Posts: 354
    @Creasy47

    Yes, "...dancing in a hurricane..." was a good line. In fact the whole scene was an extremely well-done one on the whole. Certainly one that contains oodles of portent and meaningful drama.
  • Q : "I asked you to bring it back in one piece, not just one piece"
    followed by Q's laugh. I guess I laughed louder than he did

    Why is Q laughing about his work..... He normally doesn't joke about his work...
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
    edited November 2015 Posts: 10,542
    And, now we know what C stands for...
    When Madeleine Swann was drunk:

    "Two Jameses. Lucky me."

    This along with the sexiest "Bond, James Bond." ever.
    This whole exchange between Bond and Swann are among my favorite scenes in the film. In fact, Spectre is full of great dialogue exchanges.

    Also,
    "You're a hard man to kill Blofeld."

    "I'm Mickey Mouse, who are you?"

    "He's everywhere. Everywhere!"

    "Don't stay!"

    "Bottoms up."

    "Do you know any other bird calls Franz?

    "Shame it's been reassigned to 009"


    So many others.
  • dominicgreenedominicgreene The Eternal QOS Defender
    Posts: 1,756
    *Nano tech shot into blood*: "Christ!"

    "Does it do anything?"

    "So what do we do now?..."

    "If you try to come near me, I'll shoot you."


    "Get on with it, anything's better than hearing you talk."

    One of my favourite little parts is when Bond waves cheekily to the bodyguard watching him at the funeral.

    *Laughs* "I really put you through it, haven't it?"
  • HELP !!

    I could not hear Swan's response during the talk in the train. Was she trying to tell James she was in the house when he shot her dad at the end of Casino Royale ?
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    "You're a kite dancing in a hurricane Mr.Bond"

    "To death"

    "It tells the time"

    and few others for sure.

    "Now we know what 'C' stands for...."

    Definitely my clear winner.
    Another thing that only I laughed at in my cinema. I almost felt weird "hhahaha i get it! It's Cun....wait....why aren't these people reacting like me?oh..I better shut up.."

    But....
    Darius wrote: »
    I think this thread will be better populated after SP comes out on DVD.

    The line that amused me was: "Please would you flush that down the toilet. We'll cut out the middle-man."

    ...or words to that effect.

    I seem to remember Jasper Carrott doing a similar gag about health foods back in the eighties (pretty much word for word, actually), but then I'm sure those awfully nice chaps at Eon wouldn't dream of blagging someone else's material, would they?

    I didn't get this line :/ Please explain it to me
    cmacy007 wrote: »
    Q : "I asked you to bring it back in one piece, not just one piece"
    followed by Q's laugh. I guess I laughed louder than he did

    Why is Q laughing about his work..... He normally doesn't joke about his work...


    I guess he wanted to blend in with "the boys", and..he's still young he has sense of humour. Besides, I think the "old Q" joked here and there with Bond. This new Q is doing really well so far. I love him.

    Reggie44 wrote: »
    HELP !!

    I could not hear Swan's response during the talk in the train. Was she trying to tell James she was in the house when he shot her dad at the end of Casino Royale ?

    If you are referencing what I think you are...No.

    She was saying that she killed someone that tried to kill Mr.White when she was a young girl. She wasn't referring to Bond but rather to some other random enemies of Mr.White.
  • Ok. TY
  • DonnyDB5DonnyDB5 Buffalo, New York
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    When Bond is being tortured & the cat jumps on his lap...

    "Hello pussy."
  • "Sheeeeet!"
  • TripAcesTripAces Universal Exports
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    *Nano tech shot into blood*: "Christ!"

    "Does it do anything?"

    "So what do we do now?..."

    "If you try to come near me, I'll shoot you."


    "Get on with it, anything's better than hearing you talk."

    One of my favourite little parts is when Bond waves cheekily to the bodyguard watching him at the funeral.

    *Laughs* "I really put you through it, haven't it?"

    YES!!!!!!
  • DsyferDsyfer Philippines
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    Q: "Also, I have a mortgage and two cats to feed."

    Moneypenny about her new boyfriend: "It's called life, James. You should get one."

    James: "But what does it do?"
    Q: "It tells the time."

    M to Q: "If Bond's not it London you're in deep shit."

    M to C: "A license to kill is also a license not to kill."

    C: "Now we know what M stands for. Moron."
    M: "Now we know what C stands for. . . . . . careless." (I voiced out cock. Hehehe)

    Q to Bond: "They might want my balls as ornaments for Christmas." (Somewhere along those lines.)

    Q to James: "I really, really hate you right now."

    M to Q and Moneypenny: "If we help Bond, it will make him weaker."
  • Thunderball007Thunderball007 United States
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    *Bond hears the Frank Sinatra music in the car*

    Bond: Nooo!!

    :))
  • bondjamesbondjames You were expecting someone else?
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    dinovelvet wrote: »
    "Sheeeeet!"
    +1
  • MurdockMurdock Mr. 2000
    Posts: 16,057
    Bond to the rat. "Is that you?"
    Silva reincarnate? :P
  • bondjamesbondjames You were expecting someone else?
    Posts: 23,883
    "How can you talk like this? Can't you see I'm grieving?"
    "No"


    Pure Bond.
  • doubleoegodoubleoego #LightWork
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    dragonsky wrote: »

    I didn't get this line :/ Please explain it to me

    Basically he's saying the drink is crap and should be flushed down the toilet instead of Bond himself or anyone else for that matter drinking it and then pissing/sh****** it out later; hence cutting out the middle man.
  • dominicgreenedominicgreene The Eternal QOS Defender
    Posts: 1,756
    bondjames wrote: »
    "How can you talk like this? Can't you see I'm grieving?"
    "No"


    Pure Bond.

    Hilarious.

    I also really love the line "I'm Mickey Mouse." but I'm surprised that didnt get a laugh in a few screenings I went to. I love it. :P
  • StanKobraStanKobra Serbia
    Posts: 108
    "I would remember that face anywhere." (or something like that)
  • jake24jake24 Sitting at your desk, kissing your lover, eating supper with your familyModerator
    edited November 2015 Posts: 10,542
    bondjames wrote: »
    "How can you talk like this? Can't you see I'm grieving?"
    "No"


    Pure Bond.

    Hilarious.

    I also really love the line "I'm Mickey Mouse." but I'm surprised that didnt get a laugh in a few screenings I went to. I love it. :P
    Yeah, not too many laughs (or any reaction for that matter) at my screenings either.
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