ALL A B C D E F G H I J K L M
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #


View Quote (At Hong Kong Shatterdome) Things have changed. We're not an army anymore, Mr. Becket. We're the resistance. Welcome to the Shatterdome.
View Quote 2,500 tons of awesome... Or awful. You know, whatever you wanna call it.
View Quote American UN Representative: The Kaiju are learning our defenses. They're adapting, evolving. We're losing Jaeger's faster than we can build them. Lima. Seattle. Vladivostok. Category 4 Kaiju's are now coming through the breach. I think that you can see, Marshall, this is no longer a sound strategy. The frequency of the attacks has increased. The Jaeger's are not the most viable line of defense anymore.
Stacker Pentecost: I am aware. Those are my ranger that die every time a Jaeger falls, which is why I'm asking you for one last chance...
British UN Representative: Excuse me, Marshall. Excuse me!
Stacker Pentecost: One final score with everything that we've got.
British UN Representative: Excuse me! The Jaeger program is dead, Marshall. On the other hand, the coastal wall program is a promising option.
American UN Representative: The world appreciates all that you and your men have done, but it's over. We will authorize you to take all remaining Jaegers to the last battle station in Hong Kong. We're prepared to fund you for the next eight months while the coastal wall is completed. After that, you will receive no further support.
Canadian UN Representative: You have our answer, Marshall.
[the TV monitors go black as the meeting ends]
Tendo Choi: So that's it? It's over?
Herc Hansen: Suits and ties and flashing smiles. That's all they are, Stacker.
Stacker Pentecost: We don't need them.
View Quote Raleigh Becket: Wait. I think we took this guy out. But just to be safe, we better check for a pulse.
[to Mako after shooting the monster several times]
Raleigh Becket: No pulse.
View Quote Tendo Choi: Good morning, Becket boys!
Raleigh Becket: Tendo, what's happenin', my man?
Yancy Becket: How did that date with Alison go last night, Mr. Choi?
Tendo Choi:[we see Tendo in the control room as he talks to the brothers] Oh, she loved me. Her boyfriend, not so much.
Raleigh Becket: You're gonna get your ass kicked.
Tendo Choi: [Tendo chuckles] A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do, brother.
[at that moment, their commanding officer, Pentecost comes up behind Tendo]
Stacker Pentecost: Ready to drop, Mr. Choi?
Tendo Choi: Ready to drop, sir. Marshall Pentecost on deck. Securing Conn Pod getting ready to drop.
[the Jaeger pod is placed in position ready for the drop]
Yancy Becket: Ready for the big drop.
Raleigh Becket: Ready to go.
View Quote [Gottlieb rushes in while the Gipsy Danger is going through its inaugural trial run]
Dr. Hermann Gottlieb: Marshal! Marshal! I need to talk to you.
Stacker Pentecost: [dismissively] Not now, Mr. Gottlieb, I'm sure you can appreciate how important this moment is to me--
Dr. Hermann Gottlieb: Newton created a neural bridge from garbage and drifted with a Kaiju!
View Quote [Newt enters Hannibal Chau's secret lab, where workers are busy dissecting and examining Kaiju body parts. He is astonished by the amount of Kaiju parts in perfect condition]
Dr. Newton Geiszler: Is that a cuticle? In mint condition?! Is that a Kaiju skin parasite?! I've never seen one alive before, I thought it was impossible to keep them alive!
Hannibal Chau: You can, if you soak them in ammonia.
[Newt turns around and sees Hannibal approach him]
Hannibal Chau: Who sent you here?
Dr. Newton Geiszler: I'm afraid that's classified.
Hannibal Chau: [Hannibal pulls his golden balisong and sticks the tip up Newt's right nostril] Now, who sent you here?
Dr. Newton Geiszler: Okay, okay! Stacker Pentecost sent me here!
[Hannibal pulls balisong off Newt's nostril]
Dr. Newton Geiszler: You're Hannibal Chau?
Hannibal Chau: I got the name from my favorite historical figure and my second-favorite Szechuan restaurant in Brooklyn.
View Quote [Raleigh noticing Geiszler's tattoo's on his arms]
Raleigh Becket: What is that, Yamarashi? [pointing to the tattoo on his arm]
Dr. Newton Geiszler: This little Kaiju? Yeah, you got a good eye.
Raleigh Becket: My brother and I took him down in 2017.
Dr. Newton Geiszler: You know he was one of the biggest Category 3's ever? He was 2,500 tons of awesome. [there's a moment's pause as Raleigh gives him a cold look] Or awful. You know, whatever you wanna call it.
Dr. Hermann Gottlieb: Please excuse him. He's a Kaiju groupie, he loves them.
Dr. Newton Geiszler: Shut up, Hermann! I don't love them, okay? I study them. And unlike most people, I wanna see one live and up close one day.
Raleigh Becket: Trust me, you don't want to.
View Quote [in Japanese] I apologize Mr. Becket, I've heard a lot about you.
View Quote (to Raleigh) Hey kid, Don't get ****y .
View Quote [in Japanese] For the sake of my family!
View Quote [in Japanese] I imagined him differently.
View Quote [narrating] When I was a kid, whenever I'd feel small or lonely, I'd look up at the stars. Wondered if there was life up there. Turns out I was looking in the wrong direction. When alien life entered our world, it was from deep beneath the Pacific Ocean. A fissure between two tectonic plates. A portal between dimensions. The Breach. I was fifteen when the first Kaiju made land in San Francisco. By the time tanks, jets and missiles took it down, six days and 35 miles later, three cities were destroyed. Tens of thousands of lives were lost. We mourned our dead, memorialized the event, and moved on. And then, only six months later, the second attack hit Manila. Then the third one hit Cabo. And then the fourth. And then we learned, that this was not gonna stop. This was just the beginning. We needed a new weapon. The world came together, pooling its resources and throwing aside old rivalries for the sake of the greater good. To fight monsters, we created monsters of our own. The Jaeger program was born. There were setbacks at first - the neural load to interface with the Jaeger proved too much for a single pilot. A two pilot system was implemented, left hemisphere, right hemisphere, pilot-controlled. We started winning, Jaegers stopping Kaijus everywhere. But the Jaegers were only as good as their pilots. So Jaeger pilots turned into rock stars, danger turned into propaganda, Kaijus into toys. We got really good at it... winning. Then... then it all changed.
View Quote [To Chuck] Apologize to her. I said Apologize to her.
View Quote [To Hermann Gottlieb] YOU! SHUT UP! [To Newton Geiszler] You. Keep talking.