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28 Days Later

28 Days Later quotes

51 total quotes

Major Henry West
Multiple Characters
Notable written phrases

View Quote (Note: These do not reflect spoken quotations but are nevertheless notable phrases seen written over the course of the movie.) REPENT THE END IS EXTREMELY ****ING NIGH.. ~ Graffiti on church wall.
View Quote ...and lastly, meet Mailer. Mailer, Jim. Jim, Mailer. Got infected two days ago. Mitchell managed to knock him out cold and get a chain around his neck.
View Quote Sgt. Farrell: Think... actually think about it. What would you do with a diseased little island? They've quarantined us! "There is no infection, just people killing people"... he's insane!
View Quote Sgt. Farrell: When you look at the whole life of the planet, we — you know, man — has only been around for a few blinks of an eye. So if the infection wipes us all out... that is a return to normality.
View Quote Sgt. Farrell: [Upon hearing the sound of a landmine detonating outside] STAND TO! STAND TO!
View Quote Soldier at the Blockade 1: [Yelling, referring to Frank] Stay away from him!
View Quote Soldier at the Blockade 2: [Yelling] Keep away from the body!
View Quote Soldier on Land Rover: Three survivors- one male, two female. I repeat, one male, two female. ETA, fifteen...put the kettle on.
View Quote Frank: : I can't leave the block if it's just the two of us. Something might happen to me. Hannah'd be alone. I couldn't risk it. But with other people...
Selena: We could die trying, Frank.
Hannah: [entering] Or die here. And anyway, it isn't true, what Dad said. You need us the same as we need you. We need each other. And we'll never be safe in cities. The soldiers could keep us safe. So we have to try and get there.
View Quote Jim: Do you know what I was thinking?
Selena: You were thinking that you'll never hear another piece of original music, ever again. You'll never read a book that hasn't already been written or see a film that hasn't already been shot.
Jim: Um, that's what you were thinking.
Selena: No. I was thinking I was wrong.
Jim: About what?
Selena: All the death, all the shit, it doesn't really matter to Frank and Hannah, because... well, she's got a dad and he's got his daughter. So I was wrong when I said staying alive is as good as it gets.
Jim: See, that's what I was thinking.
Selena: Was it?
Jim: Mm-hmm. You stole my thought.
Selena: [she kisses him on the cheek] Sorry.
Jim: It's okay. You keep it.
View Quote Jim: What about the government? What are they doing?
Selena: There's no government.
Jim: Of course there's a government! There's always a government! They're in a, a bunker or a plane.
Mark: No. There's no government. No army. No police. No TV, no radio, no electricity. You're the first uninfected person we've seen in six days.
View Quote Jim: You think I don't get it, but, um, I do get it. And I know I'd be dead already if I hadn't met you.
Selena: Sure.
Jim: No, look... I mean, thank you.
Selena: And I mean "sure."
View Quote Mark: A man walks into a bar with a giraffe. They both get pissed. The giraffe falls over. The man goes to leave and the barman says, "Oi. You can't leave that lyin' there." And the man says, "No. It's not a lion. It's a giraffe."
[Jim doesn't respond]
Mark: Completely humorless. You two should get on like a house on fire.
Selena: So who are you? You're from the hospital.
Mark: Are you a doctor?
Selena: He's not a doctor he's a patient.
Jim: I'm a bicycle courier. I was riding a package from Farringdon to Shaftesbury Avenue and a car cut across me. And I wake up today in hospital. I wake up and I'm... I'm hallucinating or I'm...
Mark: What's your name?
Jim: Jim.
Mark: I'm Mark. This is Selena. Ok, Jim. I've got some bad news.
View Quote Selena: What's up?
Jim: Nothing. Got a headache.
Selena: Bad?
Jim: Yeah, it's pretty bad.
Selena: Well, why didn't you say anything before?
Jim: Well, because I didn't think you'd give a shit.
View Quote West: I promised them women.
Jim: What?
West: Eight days ago, I found Jones with his gun in his mouth. He said he was going to kill himself because there was no future. What could I say to him? We fight off the infected or we wait until they starve to death... and then what? What do nine men do except wait to die themselves? I moved us from the blockade, and I set the radio broadcasting, and I promised them women. Because women mean a future.