Con Air

Con Air quotes

58 total quotes (ID: 136)

Cameron Poe
Cyrus "The Virus" Grissom
D.E.A. Agent Duncan Malloy
Garland Green
Johnny Baca (a.k.a. Johnny Twenty-Three)
Multiple Characters
U.S. Marshal Vince Larkin


"Now why couldn't you put the bunny back in the box?"


"What do you think I'm gonna do? I'm gonna save the ****in' day."

"Well, Baby O, it's not exactly mai-tais and Yahtzee out here — but let's do it."

[while slamming Johnny 23's head into a cage repeatedly] "Don't treat women like that!"

"on any other day that might seem strange" after seening the corvette attached to the plane

"Define 'irony': a bunch of idiots dancing around on a plane, to a song made famous by a band that died in a plane crash." [referring to Lynyrd Skynyrd ]

"They somehow managed to get every freak and creep in the universe on this one plane, and then somehow managed to let them take it over, and then they somehow managed to stick us right smack in the middle."

"Now, what would my daughter think of me if I left you to be dishonored and die?"

"Put the bunny back in the box."

"There's only two men I trust. One of 'em's me, and the other's not you."

"If this thing goes bad, Larkin, I'm afraid my daughter won't understand. If you talk to my wife again, you tell her I love her... she's my hummingbird. I just couldn't leave a fallen man behind."

"Just so's you know, Marshal Larkin, there's now three men I trust."

"One girl... I drove through three states wearing her head as a hat."

"What if I told you 'insane' was working fifty hours a week in some office for fifty years at the end of which they tell you to piss off; ending up in some retirement village hoping to die before suffering the indignity of trying to make it to the toilet on time? Wouldn't you consider that to be insane?"

"He's a font of misplaced rage. Name your cliche: Mother held him too much or not enough, last picked at kickball, late-night sneaky uncle, whatever. Now he's so angry, moments of levity actually cause him pain... give him headaches. Happiness, for that gentleman, hurts."