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YOU! YOU DIRTY BIRD, HOW COULD YOU!
She can't be dead, MISERY CHASTAIN CANNOT BE DEAD!
Annie, in 1871, women often died during childbirth. But her SPIRIT is the important thing, and Misery's spirit is still alive.
I DON'T WANT HER SPIRIT! I WANT HER! AND YOU MURDERED HER!
No... I didn't.
No one! She... she died! She just slipped away!
SLIPPED AWAY! SLIPPED AWAY? SHE DIDN'T JUST SLIP AWAY! YOU DID IT! YOU DID IT! YOU DID IT! YOU MURDERED MY MISERY!
(talking to Jim Taylor on the phone about Buster) No, he's not here. I don't know where he is, he never tells me anything any more. Probably out having an affair somewhere. (Buster walks in)
Oh here he is. (hands Buster the phone)
It's Jim Taylor, he wants to know who you're having an affair with.
(holding a page of his manuscript) Do you remember for all those years, nobody ever knew who Misery's real father was, or will they ever be reunited? It's all right here. Does she finally marry Ian, or will it be Winthorne? It's all right here.
(lights a match)
Paul you can't!
(drops her glass)
Why not? I learn it from you.
(Burns his manuscript)
(teasing Buster about a fake affair as she looks through the new Misery books) Well, whoever she is, she sure likes to read a lot.
Virginia, I'm flattered that you think I have that kind of energy. I figure that if I can't find Paul Sheldon, at least I'll find out what he wrote about.
Well, what do you expect to find? A story about a guy who drove his car off a cliff in a snowstorm?
You see, it's just that kind of sarcasm that's given our marriage real spice.
Anything else I can get for you while I am in town? How about a tiny tape recorder, or how about a homemade pair of writing slippers?
No, just the paper would be fine.
Are you sure? Because if you want I can bring back the whole store for you!
Annie, what's the matter?
WHAT'S THE MATTER? I will tell you "what's the matter!" I go out of my way for you! I do everything to try and make you happy. I feed you, I clean you, I dress you, and what thanks do I get? "Oh, you bought the wrong paper, Annie, I can't write on this paper, Annie!" Well, I'll get your stupid paper but you just better start showing me a little appreciation around here, Mr. MAN!
It's the swearing, Paul. It has no nobility.
These are slum kids, I was a slum kid. Everybody talks like that.
THEY DO NOT! At the feedstore do I say, "Oh, now Wally, give me a bag of that F-in' pig feed, and a pound of that bitchly cow corn"? At the bank do I say, "Oh, Mrs. Malenger, here is one big ba***** of a check, now give me some of your Christ-ing money!" THERE, LOOK THERE, NOW SEE WHAT YOU MADE ME DO!
I don't know if anyone could ever totally get over something like that... It's weird. Even though i know she's dead, I still think about her once and a while.
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