Sea quotes54 sea quotes, film quotes, movie lines, taglines
“I was born of the sea. I eat fire coral and I piss salt water. I scratch my back with a whale's dick, and I loofah my chest with his ballsack.”
“There is no new wave, only the sea.”
“There is some comfort in the emptiness of the sea, no past, no future.”
“I do know one thing. I've seen strange things happen in the strait. But I know something else. Sea gives you an opportunity, you take it.”
“- Mitch Buchannon: I'll die when the tide stops and the moon drowns. Until then... I'm oceanic, motherfucker.
- Victoria Leeds: How tacky.”
“- Commander Bolton: The tide's turning now.
- Colonel Winnant: How can you tell?
- Commander Bolton: The bodies are coming back.”
“Isn't this great? The salty sea air, the wind blowing in your face. Aaah, the perfect day to be at sea!”
“- Captain Robinson: What's the sea bed like?
- Blackie: [with labored walking] It's like butter made of dog shit.”
“I'd rather face waves than dive-bombers.”
“We never said our love was evergreen or as unchanging as the sea.”
“They say the sea is cold, but the sea contains the hottest blood of all.”
“- Eddie Hall: I don't understand how anybody can live at the beach. Those waves crashing and flopping all the time - drive me crazy.
- Arthur Relyea: I'm with you, Eddie. I like the sound of traffic when I'm sleeping.”
“How does one come to know the unknowable? What faculties must a man possess? Since it was discovered that whale oil could light our cities in ways never achieved before, it created global demand. It has pushed man to venture further and further into the deep blue unknown. We know not its depths, nor the host of creatures that live there....” (continue)(continue reading)
“The sea is vast, he could be anywhere.”
“I love the sea. So beautiful, so mysterious... so full of fish.”
“Who in the hell-o-but trips underwater? And by the way, on what?”
“Look at it! It's a once in a lifetime opportunity, man! Let me go out there and let me get one wave, just one wave before you take me in. I mean, come on man, where I am I gonna go? Cliffs on both sides! I'm not gonna paddle my way to New Zealand! Come on, compadre. Come on.”