The Day After Tomorrow

The Day After Tomorrow quotes

54 total quotes (ID: 830)

Jack Hall
Jason
Others
Sam
Terry Rapson
Tom


Judith: Here it is. Oh, this fireplace probably hasn't been used in about a hundred years.
Sam: [He opens the flue, dodging the snow that falls from the chimney.] Ugh, whoa. Alright. [He starts ripping up books and throwing them in the fireplace]
Judith: What are you doing?
Sam: What did you think we were going to burn?
Judith: You can't burn books!
Jeremy: NO! Absolutely not!
Sam: You wanna freeze to death?


Laura: Everything I've ever cared about, everything I've worked for, has all been preparation for a future that no longer exists. I know you always thought I took the competition too seriously. You were right. It was all for nothing.
Sam: No. No, I just said that to avoid admitting the truth.
Laura: The truth about what?
Sam: About why I joined the team. I joined it because of you.

Brian: You know, statistically, the chance of a plane going down because of turbulence is less than, what, one in a billion? Or is it a million? I can't remember if it's
Laura: Shut up, Brian.

NY Businessman: [Sarcastically] Oh, God, I love busses. This is just so much fun. This is going to be… the bomb.

Brian: Man you got some serious competition.
Sam: Please.
Brian: I bet he's really rich too.
Sam: Shut up.

Jack Hall: My seventeen-year-old kid knows more science than him
Tom: Perhaps, but your seventeen-year-old kid does not control our budget. It doesn't matter if he hates you.

FOX Anchorwoman: What you're seeing is what's left of downtown Los Angeles

Frank: [After falling through the ceiling of an indoor mall.] I'm fine! Just dropped in to do a little shopping.

[Brian fixes a radio while the others in the library sleep]
Officer Campbell: Maybe you should have somebody help you with that.
Brian: Sir, I am president of the electronics club, the math club, and the chess club. Now, if there is a bigger nerd in here, please point him out.
[Without opening his eyes, Sam smirks]
Officer Campbell: I'll just leave you alone to work on it.

Vice President Becker: I don't accept that abandoning half the country is necessary.
Tom: Maybe if you would have listened to him sooner, it wouldn't be.
Vice President Becker: Oh, bullshit. It's easy for him to suggest this plan; he's safely here in Washington.
Tom: His son is in Manhattan. [Long pause] I just thought you should know that before you start questioning his motives.

Judith: Books can be good for something other than burning.

Vice President Becker: Maybe you should stick to science and leave the policy to us.
Tom: Well, we tried that approach. You didn't want to hear about the science when it could have made a difference.

I think we've hit a critical desalinization point.

[As people begin to leave the library.] One second! The storm is gonna get bad! It's gonna get really, really bad! [They ignore him.] You're not gonna be able to survive in it! [Quietly] Believe me. [Begging] Sir, please just stay. Just stay. Just don't… don't… [He finally gives up as they keep pushing past him]

Lucy Hall: Can you take him to the airport in the morning?
Jack Hall: Sam's getting on a plane?
Lucy Hall: He joined the scholastic decathlon team. They're competing in New York.
Jack Hall: Sam joined a team?
Lucy Hall: [Quietly] Yeah, I think there's a girl involved.
[Sam groans.]