Virtue quotes32 virtue quotes, film quotes, movie lines, taglines
“But the truth is, we're not the one been teachin' Radio, Radio's the one been teachin' us - cause the way he treats us all the time is the way we wish we treated each other even part of the time.”
“It's never a mistake to care for someone. That's always a good thing!”
“- Henry Brown: It is true. And when I first met Paddington I wanted nothing to do with him. But my wonderful wife, she opened her heart to him and so did my incredible children and now I have too. It doesn't matter that he comes from the other side of the world or that he is a different species, or that he has a worrying marmalade habit. We love...” (continue)(continue reading)
“I'm a big jazz fan and I really liked what she was doing. I thought it was unique, I thought it was edgy. And sincere.”
- Celie Johnson: He just climb on top of me and do his business.
- Shug Avery: "Do his business"? You sound like he going to the toilet on you.
- Celie Johnson: That's what it feels like.
- Shug Avery: Why then, Miss Celie... that means you’re still a virgin!
“That's my one virtue. I have nice friends.”
“If you see poverty as a revolutionary virtue, go and join Robespierre.”
“- Vicomte de Valmont: I have no intention of breaking down her prejudices. I want her to believe in God and virtue and the sanctity of marriage, and still not be able to stop herself. I want the excitement of watching her betray everything that's most important to her. Surely you understand that. I thought betrayal was your favorite word.
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“When was it that people stopped thinking of ambition as a sin and started thinking of it as a virtue?”
“Patience has ceased to be a virtue, I want this rumpus stopped right now!”
“- Joanne: Time is such a nebulous date to wait for.
- Mona: And patience, they say, is a virtue.”
“We blew it, we didn't grab 'em. Why?... Do you know why? I'll tell you why. Because dying fathers and lying mothers are a dime a dozen these days! Home and family have become civilization's antiques, along with the flag, Sunday school, Scout's cookies, C.B. De Mille, and virginity. We gave them virtue, they want vice! We sold them schmaltz, they...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Maybe there ain't no sin and there ain't no virtue, they's just what people does.”
“You're a man to be reckoned with in my books... you're a man of virtue.”
“Love you say? Well love is another matter.”
“I got a lot of friends crazier than you. But none better.”
“Olympia is the personification of domestic virtue: faithful, economic and racist.”