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Movie Name: A Blueprint for Murder (1953)
Whitney Cam Cameron: Where is Polly Camerons room?
Movie Name: A Blueprint for Murder (1953)
Polly Cameron: [off-screen] Dont touch my feet!
Movie Name: A Blueprint for Murder (1953)
Whitney Cam Cameron: [narrating] On October 10th 1952, Lynne
Cameron was convicted of murder in the first degree. Her sentence:
life imprisonment. And so to the names of Madeleine Smith, Florence
Maybrick, Lydia Trueblood, and all those other young, beautiful,
but evil poison murderers was added that of Lynne Cameron.
Movie Name: Puzzlehead (2005)
Puzzlehead: The Anti-Federalists and the Luddites forced the closure
of all biomechanical laboratories and began replacing them with
fertility clinics. Funding ceased for everything not directly
related to re-population. Quite ironic now that I think about it.
Walter managed to salvage most of the equipment that wasnt nailed
down. The most important of which was D-I-amdac, a brain scanner,
which he used to scan his own brain to provide the blueprint for
the neuro-net map of my artificially intelligent mind.
Walter: [upstairs preparing a meal]
Puzzlehead: During the initial burn-in, programming 24-hours a day
for several days at a time, [groans and cries over intercom] it was
painful. I would get exhausted. But he was impatient and wanted to
give me all the information he thought most relevant to my primary
Walter: [leaning over him on the gurney] There there my little
Puzzlehead, youve made me very proud. Everythings going to be
alright now. Thats a good boy. You can rest now.
Puzzlehead: I became an interactive humanoid life form, with sensory
faculties that enabled me to be a conscious being with emotions.
Enormous cognitive capacity, and no sense of mortality. A robot,
created in the image - or self-image - of Walter.
Movie Name: Doom (2005)
Samantha Grimm: 10% of the human genome is still unmapped. Some say
its the genetic blueprint for the soul.
Movie Name: Brandy & Mr. Whiskers (2004)
Mr. Whiskers: [seeing the diagram layout] Where did you get a mall
Brandy Harrington: I always carry pictures of my loved ones with me.
Movie Name: The Corporation (2003)
Jeremy Rifkin: The Chakrabarty case is one of the great judicial
moments in world history. And the public was totally unaware it was
actually happening as a process was being engaged. General Electric
and Professor Chakrabarty went to the patent office with a little
microbe that eats up oil spills. They saud they had modified this
microbe in the laboratory, and therefore it was an invention. The
patent office and the U.S. Government took at look at this
"invention"; they said, No way. The patent statutes dont cover
living things. This is not an invention". Turned down. Then,
General Electric and Doctor Chakrabarty appealed to the U.S.
Customs Court of Appeal. And, to everyones surprise, by a 3-to-2
decision, they overrode the patent office. They said, This microbe
looks more like a detergent, or a reagent, than a horse or a
honeybee". I laugh because they didnt understand basic biology; it
looked like a chemical to them. Had it had an antenna, or eyes, or
wings, or legs, it would never have crossed their table and been
patented. Then the patent office appealed. And what the public
should realise now is the patent office was very clear that you
cant patent life. My organisation provided the main amicus curiae
brief. "If you allow the patent on this microbe," we argued, "it
means that without any congressional guidance or public discussion,
corporations will own the blueprints of life". When they made the
decision, we lost by 5-to-4, and Chief Justice Warren Berger said,
"Sure, some of these are big issues but we think this is a small
decision". 7 Years later the U.S. Patent Office issued a 1 sentence
decree, "You can patent anything in the world thats alive, except
a full-birth human being". Weve all been hearing about the
announcement that we have mapped the human genome. But what the
public doesnt know is now theres this great race by genomic
companies and biotech companies and life science companies to find
the treasure in the map. The treasure are the individual genes that
make up the blueprint of the human race. Every time they capture a
gene and isolate it, these biotech companies claim it as
intellectual property. The breast cancer gene, the cystic fibrosis
gene, it goes on and on and on. If this goes unchallenged in the
world community within less than 10 years a handful of global
companies will own, directly, or through license, the actual genes
that make up the evolution of our species. And theyre now
beginning to patent the genomes of every other creature on this
planet. In the age of biology the politics is going to sort out
betwen those who believe life first has intrinsic value, and
therefore we should choose technologies and ocmmercial venues that
honour the intrinsic value. And then were going to have people who
believe, "Look, life is a simple utility, its commercial fare",
and they will line up with the idea to let the marketplace be the
ultimate arbiter of all of the age of biology.
Movie Name: Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2 (2001)
Gen. Ben Carville: [the intro to Operation: Eagle Dawn] Well, Ive
gotta hand it to you kid. Ive never seen Tanya stick her neck out
for anybody. She on an assignment back home, but she ased me to
convey any regards she can muster. Oh, and you really impressed
those Germans too. So, in appreciation, their chancelor, has put us
in touch with their leading citizen. Doctor Einstein, you still
Prof. Albert Einstein: [drawing something on his chalkboard] Ya. Ya.
I am here, one moment. Well, commander. You know of course, that
war is not my vocation. I am only a scientist. But Sovet premier
Romanov and his generals, they will stop at nothing, to rule the
minds and the bodies of everyone on the planet, when they have the
psycic technology to do this. But, I too. I know a few tricks
[faxes you a blueprint of a new base defense system] These are
plans for a prism Tower. Your president. He has expressed great
interest in his application.
Gen. Ben Carville: Thanks Doc. Commander, the reds have established a
forward base near D.C. with the ability ot deply Tesla Coils and
their pretty well entrenched. But, I think if we can take the
capital back we can turn the tide. I am tired of hanging out in
Canada. Get me my office back!
Movie Name: City Hall (1996)
Mayor John Pappas: Leslie, Im going to speak at the little boys
funeral. James Bones funeral.
Advisor: I think thats a blueprint for trouble, sir.
Mayor John Pappas: I dont care. Its the right thing to do; Im
going to do it.
Leslie Christos: I dont think youll be welcome there, Mr. Mayor.
Mayor John Pappas: Well, theyve got me anyway.
Movie Name: Indian Summer (1993)
Brad Berman: No toilet paper! Ho-ho-ho! You guys are good! Man, oh
yeah. This is a brilliant schreck! You guys working for NASA? Huh?
Is there a blueprint for this plan, cause Id love to see it. Tell
me, did ya carry it the toilet paper down in shifts? This isnt a
privy, its a think tank!
Jack: You gotta get up pretty early in the morning to beat the
Movie Name: Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)
Doctor Pulaski: Scientists believe no experiment is a failure. That
even a mistake advances the evolution of understanding. -... - But
all achievement has a price. For one brief glimpse of the
mysterious blueprint of human evolution, the men and women of the
USS Lantree paid with their lives. Their sacrifice is thus noted in
this scientists log.
Movie Name: Perfect Strangers (1986)
Larry Appleton: Say Chuck, do you have a blueprint for your brain?
Im building an idiot!
Balki Bartokomous: [in a hurt tone] Cousin, you didnt tell me you
were building an idiot!
Larry Appleton: It was going to be a surprise.
Movie Name: Weird Science (1985)
[Gary and Wyatt are about to make another woman for Ian and Max are
are showing them the blue print for the boobs]
Max: I feel like an asshole. This had better work.
Garry: This is just a blueprint guys, now how do you like it?
Max, Ian: Bigger tits.
Max: Go! Go! Go!
Garry: Give em the knee shooters. [Wyatt makes the boobs bigger]
Movie Name: Knight Rider (1982)
Michael Knight: [taking a look at Kitts Emergency Schematic
Blueprint] This looks like Greek to me.
KITT: I beg your pardon?
Michael Knight: Thats just a phrase... thats just a phrase...
Movie Name: Knight Rider (1982)
Michael Knight: [still struggling with Kitts Emergency Schematic
Blueprint] And I thought putting a barbeque together was hard...
KITT: Michael, Ive never felt this way before...
Michael Knight: That makes two of us.
KITT: I mean so vulnerable, so... mortal. Do you think its possible
I could cease to exist?
Michael Knight: If I dont get you running pretty soon, you can put
money on it.
Movie Name: The Prisoner (1967)
[Number 2 is describing the Village]
Number Two: What in fact has been created? An international
community. A perfect blueprint for world order. When the sides
facing each other suddenly realize that theyre looking into a
mirror, theyll see that this is the pattern for the future.
Number 6: The whole world as the Village?
Number Two: That is my dream. Whats yours?
Number 6: To be the first man on the moon.
Movie Name: The Munsters (1964)
Grandpa: Look what I found, tucked a way in my files:
Herman Munster: What is it, plans for a condominium in Transylvania?
Grandpa: No, Its your original blueprint!
Lily Munster: The original?
Lily Munster: The one they followed when they, when they put him
Herman Munster: How did you get it?
Grandpa: [reading the inscription] To our favorite Count Dracula, a
souvenir from Dr. Frankenstein and all the guys and galls.
Lily Munster: Isnt that sweet.
Movie Name: General Hospital (1963)
Jasper Jax Jacks: I dont need a blueprint to know what went on
here. Helena dangled the treasure in front of you, you took the
bait, and she turned it to her advantage.
Samantha McCall: I have no idea what youre talking about, Jax. I
just met this Helena person. I was in her company for all of five
Jasper Jax Jacks: Thats the scary part, Sam. Youre so desperate
for this treasure youve aligned yourself with a psychopath you
know nothing about. Well, I know Helena. Now, you may lie and cheat
with the best of them...
Samantha McCall: Oh, thank you, I appreciate that.
Jasper Jax Jacks: But, Helena is the real thing. She actually
enjoys killing people. It makes her feel younger.
Samantha McCall: Which has absolutely nothing to do with me.
Jasper Jax Jacks: Right, right. Of course, because you didnt
strike a deal with her.
Samantha McCall: Thats right, I didnt.
Movie Name: A Night to Remember (1958)
Andrews: [Andrews is looking at the ships blueprints as he describes
the damage to the Captain] Heres the position: water in the
forepeak; numbers 1 and 2 holds; the mailroom; and boiler rooms 6
and 5. That means a gash three hundred feet long, from there to
[indicates gash with a pencil on the blueprint]
Andrews: Below the waterline. Do you agree?
Captain Edward J. Smith: Yes. Well?
Andrews: The pumps are keeping the water down in this boiler room,
but the first five compartments are flooding.
Captain Edward J. Smith: Well, whats the answer?
Andrews: Shes going to sink, Captain.
Captain Edward J. Smith: But... She cant sink. Shes unsinkable.
Andrews: She cant float. Look... She could float with any three of
her first five compartments flooded. She could even float with four
of them gone. But she cant float with all five full up.
Captain Edward J. Smith: Yes, but...
Andrews: [cuts him off] These watertight bulkheads here only go as
high as E Deck. The weight of water in the bow is going to pull her
down by the head. So, youre going to get the fifth compartment
overflowing into the sixth; the sixth into the seventh; and so on,
as she goes lower. Its a mathematical certainty. With that amount
of underwater damage she cant stay afloat.
Captain Edward J. Smith: How long will she last?
Andrews: [starts doing figures on a scratch pad] Just trying to work
that out, now. As far as I can see, she made 14 feet of water in
the first ten minutes after the collision. Thats not very fast.
She should live... another... hour and a half. Yes. About that, I
Captain Edward J. Smith: There must be no panic.
Captain Edward J. Smith: Youll be careful of what you say to the
Andrews: Of course... How many people are there on board?
Captain Edward J. Smith: 2,200, or more. And room in the boats
for...? How many?
Captain Edward J. Smith: I dont think the Board of Trade regulations
visualized this situation. Do you?
Movie Name: Tortoise Wins by a Hare (1943)
[Bugs is at Cecils door, disguised as an old man]
Cecil Turtle: Hello, old timer.
Bugs Bunny: Hello, Johnny. Tell me, Johnny. How come you always beat
Cecil Turtle: Clean living, friend. Clean living.
Bugs Bunny: That aint the way I heard it, Johnny. The way I heard
it, you have a secret way of winning. What is it, huh?
Cecil Turtle: Well, Ill tell you. The secret is modern design. You
know, streamlining. Yup, we turtles are built for racing. [Bugs
types on a typewriter hidden on his beard]
Cecil Turtle: [Pulls out a blueprint of his shell] You can see for
yourself, we got an airflow chassis. Yes siree, Pop. An airflow
chassis. [Taps his shell] Now take rabbits. Theyre built all wrong
for racing. [Bugs types some more] Those ridiculous ears. Tsk, tsk,
tsk. Wind resistance, son. Just wind resistance [Bugs types some
more, then Cecil resets the typewriter for him; He closes the door,
then comes back out again] Another thing: rabbits arent very
bright, either. [Closes door]
Bugs Bunny: Oh, that little so-and-so!
Mrs. Turtle: Who was it, Cece?
Cecil Turtle: Well, sweetie face, it was that rabbit again. I think
hes about ready for another race.
Movie Name: Busy Bodies (1933)
Ollie: Would you mind opening the window? [watching in disgust as
Stan goes and opens the shop window behind him] Not THAT window -
THIS window! [seeing Stan pull out a large sheet of heavy paper and
study it carefully] What are you doing?
Stan: Well, I was looking at the blueprint to try to figure out how
to open the window.
Ollie: Why, thats a blueprint of the BOULDER DAM!
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