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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug quotes

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Bard the Bowman
Bilbo Baggins
The Necromancer
Thorin Oakenshield

View Quote All of you! Listen to me! You must listen! Have you forgotten what happened to Dale? Have you forgotten those who died in the firestorm? And for what purpose? The blind ambition of a Mountain King, so riven by greed, he cannot see beyond his own desire!
View Quote The Lord of Silver Fountains. The King of Carven Stone. The King Beneath the Mountain. Shall come into his own. And the bells shall ring in gladness, at the Mountain King's return. But all shall fail in sadness, and the Lake will shine and burn.
View Quote Alfrid: [to Thorin] Why should we take you at your word, eh? We don't know nothing about you. Who here can vouch for your character?
Bilbo: [raises his hand] Me. I'll vouch for him. Now, I have travelled far with these dwarves through great danger, and if Thorin Oakenshield gives his word, then he will keep it.
View Quote Balin: Did he offer you a deal?
Thorin: He did. I told him he could go ish khak feun dol nul! Him, and all his kin!
View Quote Bard the Bowman: [about Thorin and the Mountain] All of you! Listen to me! You must listen! Have you forgotten what happened to Dale? Have you forgotten those who have died in the firestorm? And for what purpose? The blind ambition of a Mountain King, so driven by greed, he could not see beyond his own desire!
Master of Lake-Town: Now, now! We must not, any of us, be too quick to lay blame. Let us not forget that it was Girion, Lord of Dale, your ancestor, who failed to kill the beast!
Alfrid: It's true, Sire. We all know the story. Arrow after arrow, he shot. Each one missing its mark.
View Quote Bard the Bowman: You have no right, no right to enter that mountain!
Thorin: I have the only right.
View Quote Beorn: So you are the one they call Oakenshield? Tell me, why is Azog the Defiler hunting you?
Thorin: You know of Azog? How?
Beorn: My people were the first to live in the mountains. Before the orcs came down from the North. The Defiler killed most of my family. But some he enslaved. Not for work, you understand, but for sport. Caging skin-changers and torturing them seemed to amuse him.
Bilbo: There are others like you?
Beorn: Once there were many.
Bilbo: And now?
Beorn: Now there is only one. You need to reach to reach the Mountain before the last days of autumn.
Gandalf: Before Durin's Day falls, yes.
Beorn: You're running out of time.
Gandalf: Which is why we must go through Mirkwood.
Beorn: A darkness lies upon that forest. Fell things creep beneath those trees. There is an alliance between the orcs of Moria and the Necromancer in Dol Guldur. I would not venture there, except in great need.
Gandalf: We will take the Elven road. That path is still safe.
Beorn: Safe? The Wood Elves of Mirkwood are not like their kin. They're less wise and more dangerous. But it matters not.
Thorin: What do you mean?
Beorn: These lands are crawling with orcs. Their numbers are growing. And you are on foot. You will never reach the forest alive. I don't like dwarves. They're greedy and blind, blind to the lives of those they deem lesser than their own. [pause] But orcs I hate more. What do you need?
View Quote Bilbo: [after Thorin tries to shoot a white stag and missed] You shouldn’t have done that. It’s bad luck.
Thorin: I don't believe in luck. We make our own luck.
View Quote Bilbo: [he and Balin walk further through the mountain] You want me to find a jewel?
Balin: A large white jewel, yes.
Bilbo: That's, that's it? Only I imagine there's quite a few down there.
Balin: There is only one Arkenstone. And you'll know it when you see it.
Bilbo: Right.
Balin: [walks ahead then stops] In truth, lad, I do not know what you will find down there. You needn't go if you don't want to. There's no dishonor in turning back...
Bilbo: No... no, Balin, I promised that I would do this, and I think that I must try.
Balin: [chuckles] It never ceases to amaze me.
Bilbo: What's that?
Balin: The courage of hobbits. Go now, with as much luck as you can muster.
[Bilbo nods, smiling and starts to make his way down the stairs]
Balin: Oh, and, Bilbo.
Bilbo: Hmm?
Balin: If there is in fact a um... a live dragon down there... don't waken it.
[Bilbo nods, turns to make his way down again, but stops. He goes to ask Balin something but sees that Balin has walked off, leaving him alone. Bilbo continues down the stairs]
View Quote Bofur: [after climbing into the empty barrels] What do we do now?
Bilbo: Hold your breath.
Bofur: Hold my breath? What do you mean...?
[Bilbo opens a trap-door, sending the barrels rolling down a ramp into the river.]
View Quote Gandalf: [he meets Thorin in Bree] I should introduce myself. My name is Gandalf. Gandalf the Grey.
Thorin: I know who you are.
Gandalf: Well, now, this is a fine chance. What brings Thorin Oakenshield to Bree?
Thorin: I received word that my Father had been seen wandering the wilds near Dunland. I went looking, found no sign of him.
Gandalf: Ah, Thrain...
Thorin: You're like the others. You think he's dead.
Gandalf: I was not at the Battle of Moria.
Thorin: No, but I was.
[flashback to the Battle of Moria, when Azog beheaded Thror]
Thorin: (voiceover) My grandfather, Thror, was slain.
Thorin: Father...!
Thrain: Stay back!
Thorin: No, I will fight with you!
Thrain: Azog means to kill us all! One by one, he will destroy the line of Durin! But by my life, he shall not take my son! You will stay here!
Thorin: (voice-over) My father led a charge towards the Dimrill Gate... he never returned.
[Thrain charges towards Azog with his bodyguards, and Thorin loses sight of him.]
Thorin: FATHER!
[flashback continues showing Thorin fighting Azog, cutting his hand, and at the end of the battle, Thorin looks upon the pile of dead dwarves]
Thorin: (voiceover) Thrain is gone, they told me. He is one of the fallen. But at the end of the battle, I searched amongst the slain, down to the last body. My father was not among the dead.
Gandalf: Thorin, it's been a long time since anything but rumor was heard of Thrain.
Thorin: He still lives, I am sure of it.
Gandalf: The ring your grandfather wore. One of the seven given to the Dwarf Lords many years ago... What became of it?
Thorin: He... gave it to my father before they went into battle.
Gandalf: So Thrain was wearing it when... when he went missing... That's that, then.
View Quote Gandalf: You've changed, Bilbo Baggins. You're not the same hobbit as the one who left the Shire.
Bilbo: I was going to tell you. I... found something in the goblin tunnels.
Gandalf: Found what? What did you find?
Bilbo: [almost tells Gandalf about the Ring, but quickly changes his mind and says through a strained voice...] ...My courage.
Gandalf: Good! Well, that's good. You'll need it.
View Quote Giant Spider: [about to eat a captured dwarf] Fat and juicy! Just a little taste...
[Bilbo cuts the spider from behind with his sword]
Giant Spider: [can't see Bilbo, who's wearing the Ring] Aahh!! Curse it! Where is it, where is it?!
Bilbo: [removes the Ring, making him visible] Here.
Giant Spider: [lunges at Bilbo, only to be run through] It stings! It stings!
[Bilbo withdraws his sword, and the spider falls dead to the forest floor]
Bilbo: [holds up his sword and contemplates] Sting. That's a good name. Sting.
View Quote Gloin: [Legolas has confiscated a locket from him.] Hey, give that back. That's private!
Legolas: [looking at the picture on the left, of a dwarf with a long, thick beard] Who is this? Your brother?
Gloin: [indignant] That is my wife!
Legolas: [looking at the infant in the other picture] And what is this horrid creature? A goblin mutant?
Gloin: That's my wee lad, Gimli!