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Quotable Lines From The Movies
Movies Starting with "K"

Look beneath the following banners and links to find movie quotations from movies that start with the letter "K."

Each quotation has one or more key words (~K), the quotation itself (~Q), the name of the actor/actors (~A), the name of the film (~F), and the year the film was released (~Y).

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Karate Kid Karate Kid

When a New Jersey teenager relocates to sunny southern California, he finds trouble in the form of bullies and a friend in the form of the local handyman, who teaches him karate. Academy Award Nominations: Best Supporting Actor--Noriyuki Pat Morita.


~K (Exercises)
~Q Man who catch fly with chopstick accomplish anything.
~A Pat Morita
~F The Karate Kid
~Y (1984)

~K(Tasks) (Job)
~Q Wax on. . . wax off.
~A Pat Morita
~F The Karate Kid
~Y (1984)

~K (Orders)
~Q Let him go. . . I say let him go.
~A Pat Morita
~F The Karate Kid, Part II
~Y (1986)

~K (Fools)
~Q Why does he act like that?
~A Ralph Macchio
~F The Karate Kid, Part II
~Y (1986)

~K (Food)
~Q Oh, go ahead, have something.
~A Bud Abbott
~F Keep 'em Flying
~Y (1941)

~K (Death)
~Q One Rocco more or less isn't worth dying for.
~A Humphrey Bogart
~F Key Largo
~Y (1948)

~K (Time)
~Q Lady, I don't have the time.
~A Lee Marvin
~F The Killers
~Y (1946)

Kindergarten Cop Kindergarten Cop

An undercover cop in a class by himself. -- marketing line for the film


~K (Winning)
~Q Don't worry. I'm gonna make it. I just need a minute.
~A Arnold Schwarzenegger
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Fun)
~Q Good, now we're having fun.
~A Arnold Schwarzenegger
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Evaluation)
~Q I appreciate your honesty. Do you happen to know anybody who's not better than me?
~A Arnold Schwarzenegger

~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Up-tight)
~Q . . . if you were any stiffer we could take you surfing.
~A Arnold Schwarzenegger
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Questions)
~Q I'm gonna ask you a bunch of questions. I want them answered immediately.
~A Arnold Schwarzenegger
~F Kindergarten Cop ~Y (1990)

~K (Headaches)
~Q It's not a tumor.
~A Arnold Schwarzenegger
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Information)
~Q Thanks for the tip.
~A Arnold Schwarzenegger
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Children) ~Q They're six year olds. How much trouble can they be?
On second thought take the gun.
~A Arnold Schwarzenegger
~A Pamela Reed
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Children)
~Q They're all yours. I'll be watching you.
~A Linda Hunt
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Children) (Students)
~Q They're walking all over me.
~A Arnold Schwarzenegger
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Children)
~Q Those kids are gonna eat you alive.
~A Pamela Reed
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Happiness)
~Q Why weren't you happy?
~A Pamela Reed
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Kindergarten)
~Q You know Kindergarten is like the ocean. You don't want to turn your back on it.
~A Penelope Ann Miller
~F Kindergarten Cop
~Y (1990)

~K (Beauty)
~Q It was beauty killed the beast.
~A Robert Armstrong
~F King Kong
~Y (1933)

~K (Books) (Reading)
~Q No one reads anymore. I have been deprived of my literary right and I crave an audience. The form of tragic autobiography is dead, or will be soon, along with most of its authors. Goodbye, written word.
~A Jack Nicholson
~F The King of Marvin Gardens
~Y (1972)

~K (Kings) (Fighting)
~Q Fight, fight, fight! That's all you think of, Dick Plantagenet.
~A Virginia Mayo
~F King Richard and the Crusaders
~Y (1954)

~K (War)
~Q I'm beginning to despise war. The dread, the wondering each time you ride away if you'll come back among the living.
~A Virginia Mayo
~F King Richard and the Crusaders
~Y (1954)

~K (Body parts)
~Q Where's the rest of me?
~A Ronald Reagan
~F King's Row
~Y (1941)

~K (Words) (Meaning)
~Q Listen carefully. I'm going to pronounce a few words. They're harmless words, just a bunch of letters scrambled together, but their meaning is important. Try to understand what they mean.
~A Wesley Addy
~F Kiss Me Deadly
~Y (1955)

~K (Negotiation)
~Q Fifty-fifty. Five-oh, five-oh.
~A Richard Widmark
~F Kiss of Death
~Y (1947)

~K (Revenge) (Pay-off)
~Q There’s nothing to square. You’re my pal.
~A Richard Widmark
~F Kiss of Death
~Y (1947)

~K (Betrayal)
~Q You fooled me, and that takes a big man. Yeah, a big man.
~A Richard Widmark
~F Kiss of Death
~Y (1947)

~K (Squealers) (Informants)
~Q You know what I do with squealers? I let 'em have it in the belly so they can roll around for a long time thinking it over.
~A Richard Widmark
~F Kiss of Death
~Y (1947)

~K (Perspective)
~Q Your side of the fence is almost as dirty as mine. With one difference: we only hurt bad people.
~A Victor Mature
~A Brian Donlevy
~F Kiss of Death ~Y (1947)

~K (Romance)
~Q It's just a romance, but it's so beautiful.
~A William Hurt
~F Kiss of the Spider Woman
~Y (1985)

Klondike Annie Klondike Annie

Set in the gold rush days, the affluent Rose Carlton finds an unlikely friend in Sister Annie Alden during a voyage.


~K (Philosophy)
~Q . . . it is written that there are only two perfectly good men, one dead, and the other unborn.
Which are you?
~A Harold Huber
~A Mae West
~F Klondike Annie
~Y (1936)

~K (Charity)
~Q There's somethin' about liftin' up people that gets ya.
~A Mae West
~F Klondike Annie
~Y (1936)

~K (Lines) (Talk)
~Q Too many girls follow the line of least resistance.
Yeah, but a good line is hard to resist.
~A Helen Jerome Eddy
~A Mae West
~F Klondike Annie
~Y (1936)

Klute

An intense suspense thriller with a haunting soundtrack, KLUTE is the first part of what director Alan Pakula described as his paranoid trilogy. The story follows Bree, a Manhattan prostitute (Jane Fonda), and rural Pennsylvania private eye John Klute (Donald Sutherland), who is investigating the disappearance of his friend Tom Gruneman. Bree's and Klute's worlds collide when Klute's only lead points him to Manhattan and to Bree, the last person to see his friend, and who is being stalked.


~K (Acceptance)
~Q He's seen me horrible -- he's seen me ugly, he's seen me mean, he's seen me whorey -- and it doesn't seem to matter and he seems to accept me.
~A Jane Fonda
~F Klute
~Y (1972)

~K (Direction)
~Q I have no idea what I'm going to do.
~A Jane Fonda
~F Klute
~Y (1972)

~K (Experts) (Good) (Nervous)
~Q I know I'm good. I'm not nervous.
~A Jane Fonda
~F Klute
~Y (1972)

~K (Disinterest)
~Q That sounds fantastic. Oh, that's so exciting, but it's going to cost you more. That's fantastic. I like your mind.
~A Jane Fonda
~F Klute
~Y (1972)

~K (Lifestyle)
~Q Live fast, die young, and have a good looking corpse.
~A John Derek
~F Knock on Any Door
~Y (1949)

~K (Games) (Winning)
~Q Some day when things are tough, maybe you can ask the boys to go in there and win just one for the Gipper.
~A Ronald Reagan
~F Knute Rockne -- All American
~Y (1940)


























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