Aunt May Quotes in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)


Aunt May Quotes:

  • Aunt May: [after seeing Peter with Spider-Man suit] What the Fu...

  • Aunt May: What happened to your face? It's filthy.

    Peter Parker: It is?

    Aunt May: Yes!

    Peter Parker: Oh, yeah, yeah, I was cleaning the chimney.

    Aunt May: We have no chimney.

    Peter Parker: Whaaat?

  • Aunt May: Hey, wait. What are you doing? What are you doing? No, I do the laundry.

    Peter Parker: I'm doing my laundry.

    Aunt May: No, I do the laundry. No, I this is my job. I've been doing your laundry since you were 6 years old.

    Peter Parker: I understand that. I'm in college now. I think it's time I took care of my own dirty underwear.

    Aunt May: Last time you did it, you turned everything blue and red, so no.

    Peter Parker: That was a mistake. Because I washing the American flag. My... Can I just please just...?

    Aunt May: No one washes a flag.

    Peter Parker: I do, and I won't anymore.

    Aunt May: This is my machine.

    Peter Parker: Fine. It's just underwear.

    Aunt May: This is laundry, my home, my machine. Back off, eat your breakfast.

    Peter Parker: All right, laundry sheriff. I'll do it later.

  • [from trailer]

    Gwen Stacy: Hi, is Peter home?

    Aunt May: No, he's doing... whatever it is he does.

    Gwen Stacy: [sighs] Right.

  • Aunt May: Everyone has a part of themselves they hide. Even from the people they love most.

  • [from trailer]

    Aunt May: I once told you that secrets have a cost. The truth does too.

  • Aunt May: [about graduating high school] I know the first thing your Uncle Ben would say.

    Peter Parker: Yeah, I know too. "You better hurry up, party's over. You gotta get a job."

    Aunt May: Alright, the second thing he would say: "Don't just follow the path, make your own trail."

    Peter Parker: Ralph Waldo Emerson.

    Aunt May: No.

    Peter Parker: What do you mean, no?

    Aunt May: Ben told me he made it up!

  • Aunt May: You know, it's so funny I've been trying to clean up around here to be more organized and putting some of Ben's stuff in boxes, and it's so funny, the heavier the box gets the lighter I feel.

    Peter Parker: You're throwing his stuff away?

    Aunt May: No, god no, I couldn't do that it's part of me, I'm just finding a better place for it. I'm going to take one last look, and I'm going to put it where it belongs.

  • Peter Parker: Who was that?

    Aunt May: Harvey.

    Peter Parker: Doing a double shift, huh?

    Aunt May: Sometimes. Got nothing else to do. I like the girls. I miss Ben. Gives me a little extra in the cookie jar.

    Peter Parker: Well, I sold another couple of photos to the Bugle, so that ought to help.

    Aunt May: Yeah, it would really help if that guy would pay you a fair wage.

    Peter Parker: Oh, Jameson pays me a fair wage. If it was 1961, he pays me a fair wage.

  • Aunt May: Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us...

    [the Green Goblin bursts through the window]

    Aunt May: [screams] DELIVER US!

    Green Goblin: [laughing maniacally] Finish it. FINISH IT!

    Aunt May: FROM EVIL!

  • Peter Parker: Can I do anything for you?

    Aunt May: You do too much - college, a job, all this time with me... You're not Superman, you know.

  • [talking about Uncle Ben]

    Peter Parker: I can't help thinking about... the last thing I said to him. He tried to tell me something important, and I threw it in his face.

    Aunt May: You loved him. And he loved you. He never doubted the man you'd grow into; how you were meant for great things. You won't disappoint him.

  • [in Aunt May's hospital room]

    Aunt May: Go home dear, you look awful.

    Peter Parker: And you look beautiful...

  • [On the morning after Peter gets bitten]

    Aunt May: Feeling better this morning? Any change?

    Peter Parker: Change? Yep. BIG change.

  • [upon inspecting Peter Parker's bedroom]

    Norman Osborn: A bit of a slob, isn't he?

    Aunt May: All brilliant men are.

  • [in Aunt May's hospital room, talking about Mary Jane]

    Peter Parker: Well, Harry's in love with her. She's still his girl.

    Aunt May: Isn't that up to her?

    Peter Parker: She doesn't really know who I am.

    Aunt May: Because you won't let her. You're so mysterious all the time. Tell me, would it be so dangerous to let Mary Jane know how much you care? Everybody else KNOWS...

  • Uncle Ben: [changing a light bulb] And the Lord said, "Let there be light." And voilĂ ! There is light. Forty soft, glowing watts of it.

    Aunt May: Good boy. God will be thrilled, just don't fall on your ass.

  • Aunt May: You know, you were about six years old when Mary Jane's family moved in next door. And when she got out of the car, and you saw her for the first time, you grabbed me and you said, "Aunt May, Aunt May, is that an angel?"

    Peter Parker: Gee, did I really say that?

  • Aunt May: Peter, are you alright?

    Peter Parker: I'm fine.

  • Aunt May: You won't have a bite?

    Peter Parker: No thanks. Had a bite.

  • Aunt May: [Peter breaks a lamp in his room trying to practice his web shots]

    [Behind door]

    Aunt May: Peter?

    [Peter opens door barely to hide webs in his room]

    Aunt May: What's - what's going on in there?

    Peter Parker: I'm excercising. I'm not dressed Aunt May.

    Aunt May: Well... you're acting so strangely Peter...

    Peter Parker: Ok... thanks.

  • Peter Parker: Flint Marko. The man who killed Uncle Ben, he was killed last night.

    Aunt May: Oh, my. What happened?

    Peter Parker: Spider-Man killed him.

    Aunt May: Spider-Man? I don't understand, Spider-Man doesn't kill people. What happened?

    Peter Parker: I, uh... He... he was... I thought that - That you'd feel... He deserved it, didn't he?

    Aunt May: I don't think it's for us to say whether a person deserves to live or die.

    Peter Parker: But, Aunt May, he killed Uncle Ben.

    Aunt May: Uncle Ben meant the world to us. But he wouldn't want us living one second with revenge in our hearts. It's like a poison. It can - It can take you over. Before you know it, turn us into something ugly.

  • Aunt May: How's Mary Jane?

    Peter Parker: I don't know.

    Aunt May: I never heard from you. Did you ever propose?

    Peter Parker: You said a husband's gotta put his wife before himself.

    [puts the ring in her hand]

    Peter Parker: I'm not ready.

    Aunt May: But what happened? You seemed so sure.

    Peter Parker: Yeah. I, uh... I hurt her, Aunt May. I don't know what to do.

    Aunt May: Well, you start by doing the hardest thing: You forgive yourself. I believe in you, Peter. You're a good person. And I know you'll find a way to put it right.

    [places the ring on the TV]

    Aunt May: In time.

  • Aunt May: A man needs to put his wife before himself. Can you do that, Peter?

  • Aunt May: You must be ready to put her before yourself. Are you ready to do that Peter?

  • Aunt May: There's this joke: about the prizefighter who enters the ring, and his brother turns to the family priest and says, "Father, pray for him." And the priest said, "I will, but if he can punch, it'll help."

  • Aunt May: History is written by the winners. And if the Nazis had won, future generations would understand the story of World War ll quite differently.

  • Aunt June: I want to talk to you about morals. The morals of the young people today is going to get them in big trouble. I'm telling you, because they act like they don't know the difference between right and wrong. And this is the truth. And see, one of the reasons is the parents. The parents are not taking care of their children. They are not telling them the difference between right and wrong. But then...

    Aunt MayAunt April: [both roll their eyes and turn to leave]

    Aunt June: Wait, now. No, no, no. No, ma'am. You have to listen. Because part of the responsibility is the children's, because this is *their* lives. It's not their mama's or their papa's. I'm talling you, they have to think for themselves. Even if their mama and papa didn't do something about them. Girl, look, the children have to think and try their best to come on up, come on up.

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