Movie Quotes from League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The: Quotes from the movie League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The

(1)I may have been overly rude earlier when I called you a pirate.
(2)And I may have been overly charitable when I said I wasn’t.

(1)Jekyll, come on! We’ll need Hyde.
(2)No. Hyde will never use me again.
(3)Then what good are you?

(1)Morse code?
(2)What’s it say?
(3)Hello, my freaky darlings.

(1)My voice isn’t the only sound being made. While I’ve rambled on, a secondary layer of inaudible sound higher than humans can hear, audible to dogs and lower animals has been heard by crystal sensors dotted about your vessel.
(2)Sensors attached to bombs. Bomb voyage.

(1)Save your bullets, these men are mine! (2)Did you see that? Did you see what she just did?

(Dorian and Mina. both immortals, are fighting)
Dorian: We’re going to be at this all day.

(spears Mina with a sword)I was hoping I’d get to nail you one more time…I didn’t think it’d be literally.

(while in the car shooting)
Mina Harker: Save your bullets these boys are mine.
(she flys out of the car and onto a war where bats are flying around her)

– What are you?!
– Complicated

-what are you?
-I’m complicated..

1) My wolf with you sheep
2) *growls*

1) What are you?! 2) I’m complicated.

1) Whats that? 2) Thats the sound of treachery!

1)Sit down!! You Bloody muffin. 2)looks at #1 and keeps shootin 1) I don’t kno how to drive this bloody thing!!

1.)What are you?
2.)I’m complicated!

We’re all quiveringly curious.

After throwing the invisible man out of his room.]
Allan Quatermain: Skinner, I want you dressed at all times, eh? Or it’s my boot up your arse.

All the while I’ll collect you. The parts of you I need. Nemo’s science…. Skinner’s skin… Jekyll’s potion and Mina’s blood.

Allan Quatermain: Ah, you’re missing a picture, Mr. Gray.
Dorian Gray: And you don’t miss a thing, do you, Mr. Quartermain?
Allan Quatermain: Oh, sometimes.

Allan Quatermain: Automatic rifles! Who in God’s name has automatic rifles?

Allan Quatermain: I may have been overly rude earlier… when I called you a pirate.
Captain Nemo: And I may have been overly charitable… when I said I wasn’t. But I try to live in the now… where the ghosts of old wrongs do not abide.

Allan Quatermain: If you can’t do it with one bullet, don’t do it at all.

Allan:Wasn’t there another one of these buggers?
(some guy):mr. quartermain, out the window!
Allan:Bruce, Mathilda!(bruce throws him his winchester, he walks outside and aims)
Reed:But he’s too far away…
Allan(lowers gun)
Reed:yes, i thought he was.
Allan:(puts on glasses)God, I hate getting old.(shoots the straggler)

Captain Nemo: Contain your evil, Doctor! I’ll not have the brute free upon my ship. Must I take drastic steps?
Dr. Henry Jekyll: I am in control.
Captain Nemo: I very much doubt it.
Dr. Henry Jekyll: Your talk is all well and good, sir… but your own past is far from laudable!

Captain Nemo: This is my first mate.
Ishmael: Call me Ishmael.

Captain Nemo: You underestimate the Nautilus, sir. You underestimate her greatly.

Do I have the pleasure of addressing Allan Quatermain?

Do you ever get tired of being wrong?

Dorian Gray: Ah. The bedroom, Mina. Does it give you memories? Or ideas?

Dorian Gray: Bomb-voyage

Dorian Gray: Empires crumble. There are no exceptions.
M: You think you’re better than me. You forget. I’ve seen your painting.

Dorian Gray: I hoped I’d get to nail you one more time. Didn’t think it’d be literally.

Dorian Gray: I’m an immortal, sir, not a gazelle! How can we outrun this?
[Tom Sawyer brings out Nemo’s car]
Tom Sawyer: Care for a spin?

Dorian Gray: If that had been permanent, I’d have been very upset!

Dorian Gray: Mina. You’re alive.
Mina Harker: It’s possible I can’t die. Same could be said of you. Let’s put it to the test.

Dr. Henry Jekyll: Let’s not make a saint out of a sinner. Next time he may not be so helpful.

Dr. Henry Jekyll: No! Hyde will never use me again.
Dorian Gray: Then what good are you?

Eyes open boy, cant protect you all the time!!!!

I hoped I’d get to nail you one more time. I didn’t think it’d be literally.

I walk a different path.

I’ll not let my evil infect the world.

I’m an immortal, not a gazelle!

I’m an immortal, not a gazelle. How can we outrun this?

I’ve had my fill of violence. Now I’m in teh mood for vice.

Is the vampiric sucking of people’s blood radical behavior?

James, here’s your box of tricks: the brute’s potion, the vampire’s blood, the Indian’s science and mounted samples of invisible skin.


M: A wold was set amongst your sheep
Dorian Gray: *growls*

M: How many times do I have to kill these cretins?

M: I hope I’ve got your fire when I’m your age.
Allan Quatermain: You will not live beyond today. That I promise you.

M: James Moriarty? The so-called Napoleon of crime? That man died at Reichenbach Falls. He died, and I was reborn.

M: They’ve discovered these attacks are all the work of one man who calls himself the Fantom.
Allan Quatermain: Very operatic. And what’s in it for him?
M: Profit.

M: To that end, I set my wolf among you sheep.
Dorian Gray: Growl.

M: You can’t kill the future.

Marksman #1: Draw your pistol!
Captain Nemo: I walk a different path.
[Draws his sword and attacks, successfully.]

Marksman #2: What are you?
Dorian Gray: I’m complicated.

Mina Harker: A man who worships death. Can we trust him?
Allan Quatermain: He’s not the one I’m worried about.

Mina Harker: Do you realize what you’ve done? What you’ve let out of me?
Dorian Gray: A woman’s wrath? Oh, I’m petrified.

Mina Harker: Not Gray. He’s lived long enough.

Mina Harker: You broke my heart once. This time you missed.

Mina Harker: You’re sweet… and you’re young. Neither are traits that I hold in high regard

Mr. Hyde: Don’t be afraid.
Tom Sawyer: Who says I’m afraid?
Mr. Hyde: YOU DO!
Mina Harker: [Dodging flying chains.] Ohh!

Mr. Hyde: Trouble? I call it sport!

Mrs. Harker, I’ve buried two wives, and many lovers, and I’m in no mood for either!

Nigel: Perhaps I should toddle off, should I, Allan?
Allan Quatermain: Yes, of course, Nigel. You toddle off.
Nigel: Toddling.

Nigel: Perhaps I should toddle off, sir.
Quartermain: Yes, Nigel, you toddle off now.
Nigel: Toddling, sir.

Quartermain: Try that again Skinner, and it’ll be a boot up you ass!

Quartermain: [sniffs air] He’s afraid
Sawyer: [sniffs air] I don’t smell anything

Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): Allow me to introduce myself. Rodney Skinner, gentleman thief. Now, I thought invisibility would be a boon to my work. Well, you can imagine, it was my undoing. Once you’re invisible, it’s bloody hard to turn back.

Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): And they’ll provide an antidote… well, that’s if I’m a good boy.
Allan Quatermain: And are you a good boy?
Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): I guess you’ll find out.

Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): Oh, chemist, eh? Do we get to blow something up, then?

Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): OW! You scratched me.
Dorian Gray: Better me than him

Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): So, how did M get you?
Allan Quatermain: None of your business.
Mina Harker: You’re a little testy, Mr. Q.
Allan Quatermain: Mrs. Harker, I doubt if you measure danger the way I do.
Mina Harker: And I imagine you with quite the library, Mr. Quatermain. All those books you must have read merely by looking at their covers.
Allan Quatermain: I’ve had women along on past exploits, and found them to be, at best, a distraction.
Mina Harker: Do I distract you?
Allan Quatermain: My dear girl, I’ve buried two wives and many lovers… and I’m in no mood for more of either.
Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): You can send ’em my way!
Allan Quatermain: Skinner, shut up.

Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): That’s the last time I ever play with matches.

Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): This is a charming spot. Does Jack the Ripper live here?

Sanderson Reed: But you’re Allan Quartermain! Stories of your exploits have thrilled English boys for decades!
Allan Quatermain: That I know! And Nigel has done a grand job reminding me! But… with… each… past exploit… I’ve lost friends, white men and black… and much more. And I’m not the man I once was.

Sanderson Reed: The Empire needs you.
Allan Quatermain: But the question is, do I need the Empire?

Sanderson Reed: There is great unrest. Countries set at each other’s throats, baying for blood! It’s a powder-keg. The trouble of which I speak could set a match to the whole thing: War.
Allan Quatermain: Wi-With whom, exactly?
Sanderson Reed: Everyone. A world war.
Allan Quatermain: That notion makes you sweat?
Sanderson Reed: Heavens, man! Doesn’t it you?
Allan Quatermain: This is Africa, dear boy. Sweating is what we do!

Sanderson Reed: They’re indestructible!
Allan Quatermain: No, just armor-plated

Sanderson Reed: Where is your sense of patriotism?
Allan Quatermain: [stands up with a drink] God save the Queen!

Skinner: That’s the last time I play with matches.

Skinner: Well, hello to you, too. And need I remind that I am naked in the snow? I can’t feel any of my extremities. And I do mean any of them.

That was naughty….

that’s the last time I play with matches

The reason there are two missile keys is so that no one man can arm the missile.

They’re not mine

Tom Sawyer: Boy. They told me European women had funny ways.

Venice still stands

Where are we going? Australia?

You stink of fear!!!

[Clanging metal sounds from inside Nautilus.]
Tom Sawyer: What is it?
Captain Nemo: The sound of treachery

[Describing an opponent who overdosed on the Hyde formula]
Mr. Hyde: It’s me on a bad day.

[Discussing Sawyer’s shooting style.]
Allan Quatermain: Oh, I saw… Very American. Fire enough bullets and hope to hit the target.

[Dorian and Mina, both immortals, are fighting]
Dorian Gray: We’ll be at this all day.

[Mina jumps and gasps like something just grabbed her behind.]
Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): I’ve been waiting all week to do that!
Allan Quatermain: Get a grip, man.
Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): Well, I thought I just did.
[Mina slaps him.]
Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): Oooh, Mina…
Allan Quatermain: Report!
Rodney Skinner (The Invisible Man): Well, hello to you, too. And need I remind you, I am naked in the snow. I can’t feel any of my extremities. And I mean… any of them

[To Tom Sawyer]
Allan Quatermain: May this new century be yours, son, as the old one was mine.

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