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The Last Mimzy

The Last Mimzy quotes

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Emma
Jo Wilder
Larry White
Lena
Naomi Schwartz
Noah
Others


View Quote Twas brillig and the slithy tothes,Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;All mimsy were the borogoves,And the mome raths outgrabe. I had a strange dream last night. I dreamed about a bridge. I dreamed they were going to build a really big one, across the whole universe, and you know what, its going to come right to our house. Larry: You're trying to get numbers out of me.
Naomi: No, I'm not —
Larry: There were no numbers.
Naomi: It's so sad — we could have been so rich. Can you imagine how many people we could have helped with that money?
Larry: Naomi — let it go, okay? It was a year and a half ago, it just happened once. It was a total fluke.
Naomi: Larry, you dreamt all six numbers of a winning lottery ticket. We could have won eighteen million dollars! How is that a fluke?
View Quote A long time ago, the soul of our planet was sick. People had become isolated and warlike. Our world was frightened, it was dying; but a great scientist was trying to save us. He had tried many times, and he knew he could only try once more. This was the last Mimzy.
View Quote I can do a magic trick with my hand.
View Quote I think she's the Easter Bunny.
View Quote In Tibet they believe that there are extraordinary children, with this very special knowledge — and abilities. They are considered actually very rare souls, very gifted — like Noah — they are called tulkus.
View Quote Its not like anything I've ever seen. Let's do a slice and scan right away.
View Quote Noah, its us — we're building the bridge — it's for Mimzy to go back.
View Quote Okay, everybody. Ready? Let's settle down. Today I'm going to show you a story. Let's all tune in together.
View Quote That — is — weird.
View Quote This stuff could be dangerous. … I showed the green glass thing to mom. She thought it was a paper-weight. Maybe other people don't see what we see.
View Quote We are born with over one hundred billion brain cells. The connectors are called synapses and by the time a child has reached the age of three it has formed about a thousand trillion of them. But then as we become adults, we lose over half of them. And the brain becomes rigid or hardwired. All of their potential brain power gets reduced, It narrows down, it specializes. But your children are different...
View Quote Baby sitter [reading from Through the Looking-Glass]:
Twas brillig and the slithy tothes,Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;All mimsy were the borogoves,And the mome raths outgrabe.
Emma: Wait — did that say mimzy?
Baby sitter: Umm... yep.
Emma: Let me see. [sees a photograph of Alice Liddell as a child] Look, she's got Mimzy too!
Baby sitter: What, the white rabbit?
Emma: Yeah. And this is Mimzy too. She came here to find me. I don't know why.
View Quote Emma: I had a strange dream last night. I dreamed about a bridge. Noah [remembering his own dream of the bridge]: What kind of bridge?
Emma: I don't know what kind. I dreamed they were going to build a really big one, across the whole universe, and you know what, its going to come right to our house.
View Quote Emma: I think Mimzy's sick. Can you tell? Something's wrong. She's getting weaker. I'm afraid she's going to die.
David Wilder: She's a stuffed animal, Emma! Now you've got to stop it with this "Mimzy" stuff.
View Quote Emma: Mimzy knows things.
Noah: Yeah? What kinds of things? Emma: I think she reads minds. She knows all about us.