The Day After Tomorrow

The Day After Tomorrow quotes

54 total quotes (ID: 830)

Jack Hall
Jason
Others
Sam
Terry Rapson
Tom


[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.]

[They're snowed in at Headland] Luckily we've got our own genny, and enough tea and biscuits to sink a ship. Oh, we'll be fine! As long as the loo doesn't back up again.

Janet: Frank, is he always so obsessive?
[Simultaneously]
Jason: Yes
Frank: Yes
[Pause]
Janet: Does he ever lighten up?
[Simultaneously]
Jason: Not really.
Frank: No

Sam: Excuse me, are there any pay-phones on the upper floors?
Judith: No, no, no. Uh, but there are some on the mezzanine.
Sam: Great. [Walks away]
Judith: Oh, but I-I-I think it's all underwater!

Laura: I've got one. Your favorite vacation?
Sam: Besides this one?

Simon: [About his infant son] I just… I just wish I could have seen him grow up, you know?
Terry Rapson: The important thing is that he will grow up
Dennis: [Softly] Amen.

I will come for you, do you understand me? I will come for you!

[After Simon suggests they use alcohol as fuel to keep them alive] Are you mad? That's a 12-year-old scotch!

Jason: Jack, we got the results.
Jack Hall: Six to eight months? That can't be.
Janet: That time scale isn't in months -- it's in weeks.

Laura: Hey, thanks for bringing us here.
J.D.: I couldn't let you leave New York without seeing the Natural History Museum.
Sam: [Under his breath] Of course not. It's the world's finest collection of stuffed animals.

I know you have an innate talent for rubbing people the wrong way Jack, but why, why for the love of god, would you aggravate the vice president!?

Terry Rapson: We found something extraordinary... extraordinary and disturbing, that is. You recall what you said in New Delhi about how polar melting might disrupt the North Atlantic Current?
Jack Hall: Yes.
Terry Rapson: Well... I think it's happening.

Terry Rapson: There are no forecast models remotely capable of plotting this scenario -- except yours.
Jack Hall: My model is a reconstruction of a prehistoric climate shift. It's not a forecast model.
Terry Rapson: It's the closest thing we have. Nothing like this has ever happened before.
Jack Hall: At least not in the last 10,000 years.

When this storm is over, we'll be in a new Ice Age.