David North Quotes in X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)


David North Quotes:

  • William Stryker: I have a job for you.

    Logan: I already have a job.

    David North: Lumberjack? Eighteen grand a year?

    Logan: Eighteen five. Plus I haven't had to kill anybody.

    David North: Miss it?

    Logan: Right about now I am.

    David North: Yeah?

    William Stryker: Zero, back to the car.

    Logan: [nods to the car as Zero keeps looking at him] Atta boy.

    [clicks tongue. Zero goes to the car]

  • Frederick J. Dukes: You gonna puke?

    Logan: If we were meant to fly, we'd grow wings.

    David North: Aww, don't worry Nancy, more people die from driving than flying.

    Logan: Yeah? How 'bout impaling?

    John Wraith: Hey be nice! Or be your approximation of nice... would you like a bucket?

  • Logan: [to Agent Zero] Still shootin' first, askin' questions later?

    David North: [shoots Wolverine's cigar to pieces] Still smoking cheap cigars?

  • William Stryker: [over the radio] Zero!

    David North: I'm down...

    William Stryker: Zero, is he dead? Is Logan dead? Come in!

    Logan: [speaking into the headphones] You tried to kill me.

    William Stryker: Logan?

    Logan: Where's Victor?

    William Stryker: Come back to base, I'll explain everything. We'll take down Victor together...

    Logan: Wrong answer. After I kill Victor, I'm coming for you.

    William Stryker: Logan, if you go down this path, you're not gonna like what you find.

    Logan: You wanted the animal, Colonel. You got it.

  • [to Zero, who shot the Hudsons]

    Logan: Those were good people back there. Innocent people.

    [walks off]

    David North: [laughs] It's funny how innocent people tend to die around you!

    [Wolverine stops, and uses his claws to ignite gasoline and blow up Zero's copter]

  • [from trailer]

    David North: My job, my mission is not to fear, and not to think. I execute orders and I eliminate others without prejudice.

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