Marisa Tomei quotes
“I was born to kiss you.”
“- Vinny Gambini: Lisa, I don't need this. I swear to God, I do not need this right now, okay? I've got a judge that's just aching to throw me in jail. An idiot who wants to fight me for two hundred dollars. Slaughtered pigs. Giant loud whistles. I ain't slept in five days. I got no money, a dress code problem, and a little murder case which, in...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Vinny Gambini: What about these pants I got on, you think they're ok? Oh!
- Mona Lisa Vito: Imagine you're a deer. You're prancing along, you get thirsty, you spot a little brook, you put your little deer lips down to the cool clear water... bam! A fuckin' bullet rips off part of your head! Your brains are laying on the ground in little bloody...” (continue)(continue reading)
“- Peter Parker: I've face a lot of deception, and I'm tired of the lies. So it's time for the truth to be out there. Are you dating?
- Happy Hogan: Yes.
- May Parker: Not really.
- Happy Hogan: What? I think...
- May Parker: It's a summer fling.
- Happy Hogan: Yes, that evolves and grows like any other. Open to wherever it might lead.
- May...” (continue)(continue reading)
“You know what defines a father? It's what he does, not what he promises.”
“- Adam: I love hockey.
- Caroline: You didn't even know what a power-play was.
- Adam: I know. But next time you can tell me.”
“Saints don't live on Park Avenue.”
“There's no client as scary as an innocent man.”
“Every day they are told they are worthless, beyond hope.”
“- Julie: Where were you last night?
- Alfie: I thought we agreed we weren't asking each other those questions.”
“I find that protein wakes up my brain and gets me ready for the rest of my day.”
“Comedy is what I really want to do and propel.”
“I prefer to express myself physically, or non-verbally. I prefer just to react without having a lot of dialogue.”
“You can't really be old in L.A., it's kind of like a crime.”
“I'm not that big a fan of marriage as an institution and I don't know why women need to have children to be seen as complete human beings.”