“Out of Sight” quotes(1998)
Plot – The forty-years-old Jack, detained in a prison in Florida, has robbed banks for twenty years without ever using weapons during his career, but eventually he has been caught. He has to spend thirty years in prison, but he doesn’t want to. While he is escaping, he runs into Karen, a cop with a passion for daredevils, so he takes her hostage.
All actors – George Clooney, Jennifer Lopez, Jim Robinson, Mike Malone, Ving Rhames, Don Cheadle, Donna Frenzel, Catherine Keener, Manny Suárez, Dennis Farina, Keith Hudson, Steve Zahn, Albert Brooks, Luis Guzmán, Paul Soileau, Isaiah Washington, Scott Allen, Susan Hatfield, Brad Martin, James Black, Wendell B. Harris Jr., Chuck Castleberry, Chic Daniel, Connie Sawyer, Philip Perlman, Keith Loneker, Paul Calderon, Gregory Alpert, Viola Davis, Mark Brown, Sandra Ives, Joe Hess, Betsy Monroe, Wayne Pére, Joe Chrest, Joe Coyle, Nancy Allen, Stephen M. Horn, Oscar A. Diaz, Jennifer Dorogi, Mike Gerzevitz, Thelma Gutiérrez, Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Keaton, Pati Lauren, Rick Michaels, Sherrie Peterson, Al Quinn, Ronnie Stutes, Dee Tewshow all
“Out of Sight” Quotes 7 quotes
“You'd be surprised about what you can get, if you ask for it the right way.”
“The man don't just have to die, Foley. I mean, he could accidentally hurt himself falling down on something real hard, you know? Like a shiv, or my dick?”
I know a guy who walks into a bank with a little glass bottle. He tells everyone it's nitroglycerine. He scores some money off the teller, walks out. On his way out, the bottle breaks, he slips on it and knocks himself out. The "nitro" was Canola oil. I know more fucked-up bank robbers than ones who know what they're doing. I doubt if one in... (continue)(continue reading)
“It's like seeing someone for the first time, like you can be passing on the street, and you look at each other for a few seconds, and there's this kind of a recognition like you both know something. Next moment the person's gone, and it's too late to do anything about it. And you always remember it because it was there, and you let it go, and...” (continue)(continue reading)