Prisoners – Movie Quotes
Keller: Do you know what’s the most important thing my father ever taught me? Be ready. In the case of [lists various disasters] …all that stands between you and death is the ability to provide for yourself.
Eliza: Did you feel bad for that deer when you shot it?
Dylan: Did you feel bad for the cow at McDonalds when you ate it? If there are too many deer, the babies starve. You have to keep the population down.
Loki: He has the IQ of a 10 year-old. There’s no way someone with the IQ of a 10 year-old could abduct two girls in broad daylight and then, somehow, disappear.
Keller: Well maybe he wasn’t on his own. And how does he drive? How can he drive an RV is he has the IQ of a 10 year-old? And why did he run?
Pastor on the radio: …Patient and penitent in affliction…
Keller: Someone has to make him talk.
Franklin: This ain’t right. What if you’re wrong? What if you only heard what you wanna hear?
Keller: We hurt him until he talks, or they’re gonna die. That’s the choice we have to make. I know what I heard and I’ve made my choice.
Keller: He’s not a person anymore. He stopped being a person when he took our girls.
Father (Priest) about the dead man in his basement: He was waging a war against God. He said he took them in daylight, sometimes more than one child at a time.
Franklin: I would die for my daughter, but this ain’t right. This has to stop.
Keller: Day 6—and every day she’s wondering why I’m not there to rescue her. Every. Day.
Loki: Why didn’t you tell me about this place?
Keller: I didn’t think it mattered.
Loki: Everything matters.
Pray for the best. Prepare for the worst.
Holly Jones: Making people disappear is the way we wage war with God. Making children disappear is the way we making people lose their faith.
Keller: Forgive us our trespasses as we, as we… I’m ready God. Protect my girl.