N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z #

View Quote I will not die a monster!
View Quote Doc Ock: [grabs Spider-Man] You're getting on my nerves.
Peter/Spider-Man: I have a knack for that.
Doc Ock: Not anymore. [squeezes harder]
View Quote Garbage Man: [on bringing in Spider-Man's discarded costume] Now look, uh, I think I deserve a little something for this.
Jameson: Give ya $50.
Garbage Man: I could get more than that on eBay.
Jameson: All right, $100. Miss Brant, give this man his money and throw in a bar of soap!
View Quote J. Jonah Jameson: You're fired. Parker, hello? You're fired!
Peter Parker: Why?
Jameson: [looks at Peter's latest photos in his photo book] Dogs catching Frisbees? Pigeons in the park? A couple of geezers playin' chess?
Betty Brant: [walks in urgently] Boss!
Jameson: Not now.
[Brant walks out]
Peter: Well, I was thinking maybe the Bugle could show another side of New York for a change.
Robbie Robertson: We got 6 minutes to deadline, Jonah! We need page one!
Jameson: [looks over at Robbie, ignores him] Parker, I don't pay ya to be a sensitive artiste! I pay you because... [notices Brant heading back for his desk] Still not now! [Brant walks back out] I pay you because for some reason that psycho Spider-Man'll pose for you!
Peter: Spider-Man won't let me take any more pictures! You've turned the whole city against him!
Jameson: A fact I'm very proud of! Now, get your pretty little portfolio off my desk before I go into a diabetic coma! [intercom alarm goes off; he presses the intercom button]
Betty: Boss, your wife's on the line! She said she lost your checkbook!
Jameson: Thanks for the good news! [turns off intercom]
Peter: Mr. Jameson, please, isn't there any of these shots you can use? I really need the money.
Jameson: [with faux sympathetic 'puppy-dog' face] Aww... Miss Brant?!?
Brant: [walks in] Yes?
Jameson: Get me a violin!
Robbie: 5 minutes to deadline, Jonah!
Jameson: All right, run a picture of a rancid chicken. Here's the headline - "Food Poisoning Scare Sweeps City!"
Hoffman: [leans in] Some food got poisoned?
Jameson: [glares over] I'm a little nauseous, yah!
Peter: [after a short pause] All right, Mr. Jameson. [hands Jameson a photo of Spider-Man]
Jameson: [briefly analyzes the photo] It stinks. Robbie, there's your Page 1 - "Masked Menace Terrorizes Town!"
Robbie: I told you he's not a menace!
Jameson: And I told you...
Robertson: I'll take care of it.
Jameson: I'll give you $150.
Peter: $300.
Jameson: That's outrageous! [hands Peter his check] Done. Give this to the girl.
View Quote Jameson: Hoffman
Hoffman: Yeah?
Jameson: [talking about Otto Octavius] What are we gonna call this guy?
Hoffman: Doctor Octopus!
Jameson: That's crap.
Hoffman: Science Squid?
Jameson: Crap!
Hoffman: Doctor Strange?
Jameson: That's pretty good... [Hoffman smiles in acceptance] But it's taken! Wait, wait! I got it! Doctor Octopus.
Hoffman: I... But... I like it.
Jameson: Of course you do. Doctor Octopus. New villain in town: Doc Ock.
Hoffman: Genius.
Jameson: What, are you lookin' for a raise? Get out!
View Quote Mary Jane Watson: [standing at Peter Parker's door] Had to do what I had to do.
Peter: Mary Jane.
Mary Jane: Peter. I can't survive without you.
Peter: You shouldn't be here.
Mary Jane: I know you think we can't be together, but can't you respect me enough to let me make my own decision? I know there'll be risks but I want to face them with you. It's wrong that we should be only half alive...half of ourselves. I love you. So here I am - standing in your doorway. I have always been standing in your doorway. Isn't it about time somebody saved your life? Well, say something.
Peter: Thank you, Mary Jane Watson.
Mary Jane: [they kiss, which is interrupted by police sirens. Peter stands, conflicted on whether he should respond. Mary Jane, with an accepting smile, responds:] Go get 'em, tiger.
View Quote May: You'll never guess who he wants to be... Spider-Man!
Peter: Why?
May: He knows a hero when he sees one. Too few characters out there, flying around like that, saving old girls like me. And Lord knows, kids like Henry need a hero. Courageous, self-sacrificing people. Setting examples for all of us. Everybody loves a hero. People line up for them, cheer them, scream their names. And years later, they'll tell how they stood in the rain for hours just to get a glimpse of the one who taught them how to HOLD ON a second longer. I believe there's a hero in all of us, that keeps us honest, gives us strength, makes us noble, and finally allows us to die with pride, even though sometimes we have to be steady, and give up the thing we want the most. Even our dreams. Spider-Man did that for Henry and he wonders where he's gone. He needs him.
View Quote Peter: [Aunt May is moving, and boxes are outside her house] Hey, where are all my comic books?
May: Oh, those dreadful things? I gave those away.
View Quote Peter: [regarding Uncle Ben] Aunt May, you shouldn't blame yourself.
May: Oh, I know I shouldn't. It's just... you wanted to take the subway, and he wanted to drive you. If only I had stopped him, then all 3 of us would be having tea together.
[There is a brief pause of silence. Finally, Peter speaks.]
Peter: I'm responsible.
May: For what?
Peter: For what happened to Uncle Ben.
May: But you were at the library. You were doing your homework.
Peter: He drove me to the library, but I never went in.
May: What do you mean?
Peter: I went someplace else, someplace where I thought I could win some money, to buy a car, because I wanted to impress Mary Jane. It happened so fast... I won the money, the guy wouldn't pay me, then he got robbed... the thief was running towards me... I could have stopped him, but I wanted...revenge. I let him go, I let him get away. He wanted a car, he tried to take Uncle Ben's. Uncle Ben said no... and then he shot him. Uncle Ben was killed that night for being the only one who did the right thing. I held his hand when he died. I've tried to tell you so many times...
View Quote Spider-Man: Where is she?!
Doc Ock: Oh, she'll be just fine. Let's talk.
[they fight]
View Quote [A troubled Harry holds his unused dagger in his hands, and broods over the revelations revealed to him. A door swings open, and he suddenly hears a cackling laugh...]
Harry Osborn: Hello? [he takes a few steps and then hears a noise]
Green Goblin: Son... [Harry looks around; in a mirror] I'm here.
Harry: Dad? I thought you were...
Green Goblin: No. I'm alive in you, Harry. You swore to make Spider-Man pay... now make him pay.
Harry: But Pete's my best friend!
Green Goblin: [serious] And I'm your father. You're weak. You were always weak and you will always be weak until you take control! [calmly] Now you know the truth about Peter. Be strong Harry. Avenge me.
Harry: No...
Green Goblin: AVENGE ME!!!
Harry: NO!
[Harry hurls the dagger at the mirror, smashing it. Within it, he discovers, lies a secret room. To his shock, he discovers the Goblin mask, shelves of pumpkin bombs, tubes of green elixir, the glider and finally understands it all...]
View Quote [After Spider-Man saves May from Doc Ock]
Peter Parker/Spider-Man: We sure showed him.
May Parker: What do you mean, we?
View Quote [In Peter's mind sitting in Ben’s car]
Ben Parker: All the things you've been thinking about, Peter, make me sad.
Peter: Can’t you understand? I’m in love with Mary Jane.
Ben': Peter, all the times we talked about honesty, fairness, justice, all those times I counted on you to have the courage to take those dreams out into the world.
Peter: I can’t live your dreams anymore. I want a life of my own.
Ben: You’ve been given a gift Peter, with great power comes great responsibility. Take my hand son.
Peter: No, Uncle Ben. I’m just Peter Parker. I’m Spider-Man no more. No more.
View Quote [Peter has to get past his landlord who is insistent on collecting rent from him]
Peter: Hi.
Mr. Ditkovich: What's 'hi'? Can I spend it? You're a months late again. Again!
Peter: I'm sorry, I promise I'll get it in sooner or later-
Mr. Ditkovich: If promises were crackers, my daughter would be fat!
Peter: All I have is this $20 for the rest of the week and-
Mr. Ditkovich: [snatches the $20 from Peter's hands] Sorry doesn't pay the rent, and don't try to sneak past me. I have ears like a cat, and eyes like a rodent.
Peter: Thanks, Mr. Ditkovich.
Ursula Ditkovich: Hi, Pete! [accidentally knocks over pan, and oven catches on fire. As Ursula is putting out the fire, Mr. Ditkovich slams the door in Peter's face]
View Quote [Peter parks the car of two thieves outside the theater in a red zone]
Officer: Hey, buddy! You park there, I'm towin' it!
Peter: Whatever.
[Peter walks into theater lobby]
Doorman: Ah! Shoelace.
[Peter stops, bends down to tie his shoelace, then moves forward again]
Doorman: Wait, you might want to...[motions for Peter to fix tie]
[Peter fixes tie and moves forward again]
[Doorman stops him entering theater]
Doorman: Can I help you?
Peter: Yeah, I, uh, I've come to see the show.
Doorman: Oh, I'm sorry, sir. "No one will be seated after the doors are closed." It helps maintain the illusion.
Peter: Ah, I understand. Umm... Miss Watson, She's a friend of mine, she asked me to come.
Doorman: But not to come late.
Peter: But I have to see the show. If you just let me in, I'll stand by the–
Doorman: Shh. [points his hands to the sign that says, "Quiet please while play is in progress"]