Ellie Quotes in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014)
Ellie: It was a virus created by scientists in a lab. You can't honestly blame the apes?
Carver: Who the hell else am I going to blame? It was a simian flu. They already killed off half the planet.
Manny: [looking at Eddie & Crash singing] Are you crazy?
Diego: [lets go of his breath, in a squeaky voice] Its not poison!
[surprised by his voice, he laughs hysterically with Eddie & Crash]
Crash: [in a squeaky voice] That is Sooo Disturbing!
Buck: [from the other side] Stop laughing! All of you!
Crash: [in a squeaky voice, mimicking Bucks accent] Stop Laughing all of you!
[All laugh hysterically]
Manny: [in a squeaky voice, mimicking Bucks accent] Whats rule number 1?
[All laugh hysterically]
Ellie: They are just laughing, what's so bad about that?
Buck: They died laughing!
[points down the chasm at laughing skeletons of dinosaurs]
Ellie: [gasps] Stop laughing!
Manny: [in a squeaky voice] You know whats funny though? We are trying to save Sid, and now we are all gonna die!
[all laugh hysterically]
Eddie: [in a squeaky voice] And i don't even like Sid!
Crash: [in a squeaky voice] Who does? He's an idiot!
[All laugh hysterically]
Diego: [in a squeaky voice] Thats for getting me into this mess! Its the most fun i've had in years!
Manny: [in a squeaky voice] Thank YOU, for deserting the herd, that was totally SUPER!
[moment of silence and then they all laugh hysterically]
Manny: [All notice Buck above the cage trying to release it free and holding his breath, Manny begins to tickle him with his trunk] Coo chee Coo chee Coo!
Buck: [In a normal voice] Stop That!
Buck: Don't you see?
[in a squeaky voice]
Buck: We are all gonna die!
[All look at him and begin laughing hysterically including Buck]
Ellie: [on the other side] I gotta do everything huh?
[Ellie releases the rope and sets the cage loose]
Eddie: [in a squeaky voice] Sometimes, i wet my bed!
Crash: [in a squeaky voice] Thats alright, sometimes I wet your bed!
[All Laugh hysterically]
Manny: [the cage reaches the other side and everyone apart from Buck tumbles out breathing for air while laughing. In a normal voice] Uhhh, I'm not sure how much of that you could hear...?
Manny: Oh i heard all of it
Eddie: [to crash] You wet my bed?
Crash: That was just gas talk dude.
Buck: What are you doing here?
Ellie: Our friend was taken by a dinosaur.
Buck: Well, he's dead. Welcome to my world. Now, go home. Off you pop!
Manny: Oh, we need a code word. Yeah, something that says, "the baby's coming."
Ellie: [thinks a moment] How about, "Aaah! The baby's coming!" How's that?
Manny: Nah, too long. We need something short and punchy, like, uh... "peaches"!
Manny: I love peaches. They're sweet and round and fuzzy, just like you.
Ellie: You think I'm round?
Manny: Uh... Round is good. Round is foxy!
Eddie: So, Why do they call it the Chasm of Death?
Buck: Well, We tried big smelly crack but uh, that just made everybody giggle!
Manny: Well now what?
Buck: [Buck pulls on a cord and a large ribcage on a vine appears] Madam...?
[gestures for Ellie to get on]
Manny: Whoa! She is not doing that!
Buck: Bup bup bup bup! Rule number 1...?
Eddie: Ooh ooh ooh!
[raises his hand in the air]
Buck: Ah! Come on mammoth! You're supposed to have a good memory!
Ellie: Always listen to Buck!
[walks onto the rib cage]
Buck: Now eyes forward, Back straight and
Buck: breath in the toxic fumes and you'll probably die.
Ellie: TOXIC FUMES?
Buck: Just another day in paradise!
[cuts the vine to release the rib cage]
Manny: [moment of silence and then sees the empty ribcage move towards them] Ellie? You okay?
Ellie: [calling from the other side] You have to try this!
Buck: Alright! Now Pile on everyone! Couldn't be easier!
Buck: [the cage is stranded in the middle of the fumes] Don't panic! Just some uh technical Difficulties! Keep holding it in boys!
Eddie: [Stops holding his breath] I cant take it anymore!
Crash: He breathed it!
Crash: now I'm breathing it!
[crash & eddie make choking noises]
Eddie: [in a squeaky voice] Hey! We're not dead!
Crash: [in a squeaky voice] You sound ridiculous!
Eddie: [in a squeaky voice] Me? You should hear you!
[Both laugh hard]
Eddie: [in a squeaky voice] Alright Alright. and a one, and a two...
Crash, Eddie: [in a squeaky voice, singing] Christmas, Christmas time is near...
Buck: [Using dinosaur skulls like they're talking using his own voice]
Buck: They'll never survive. It's dangerous out there by day.
Buck: [skull two] And it's even worse at night.
Buck: [skull one] Plus, their guide is a lunatic.
Buck: [skull two] You mean Buck? He's wacko.
Buck: I am not!
Buck: [brings up another skull on his foot] And his feet smell.
Buck: Oh, shut up!
Buck: [skull on his foot] You shut up.
[Buck grabs his foot with the skull on it]
Manny: He's strangling his own foot.
Ellie: Maybe we should keep going.
Buck: [skull three] What? And give Rudy a midnight snack? Not likely.
Buck: The skull's right. Take a load off, Manny. We'll camp here for the night. Now, who's hungry?
Buck: [skull three] I am!
Buck: You don't need the calories.
Ellie: [Has a sudden contraction] Oohh! Manny! Pineapples!
Ellie: Mangoes? Pomegranates? Grapefruits!
Diego: She's ordering a fruit salad!
Ellie: Oh come on, think... think! Peaches!
[realizes the code]
Manny: Peaches! The baby's coming! What are we gonna do?
Ellie: [a Tyrannosaurus has come forward] I thought those guys were extinct.
Manny: Well then, that is one *angry* fossil.
Ellie: [Talking about Sid being missing] This isn't your fault. It's bigger than both of us. We have to get Sid
Manny: Yeah. But if I have been a better friend to him... we wouldn't be here.
Buck: [interrupts] Better friend, Are you pluckin' my whiskers? You risked your life, your mate and your baby to save your buddy! Not the best husband or father... but a darn good friend!
Ellie: Manny! Pineapples!
Manny: She gets cravings.
Ellie: Pomegrantes? Grapefruits! Nectarines?
Diego: She's ordering a fruit cocktail.
Ellie: Come on, think! Peaches!
Manny: Peaches? Peaches! The baby! What, what now?
Diego: This? Not good.
Manny: [Freaking out] The baby's coming!
[to Crash and Eddie]
Manny: Did you guys hear that? Cause sometimes I imagine it in my head, but...
Crash: Can you try to hold it in?
Ellie: Can somebody slap him for me?
Eddie: [Slaps Crash] Done and done.
Manny: Just sit tight. We're coming!
Diego: Whoo! My paws are burning, baby! They're burning! I gotta tip-toe. Tippy-toe. Tippy-toe.
Ellie: Excuse me, twinkle toes! Giving birth here.
Diego: Oh, right, sorry. You okay?
Ellie: Am I okay? Do you know anything about childbirth?
Diego: Not really. But Manny's coming.
Ellie: Diego, I'm scared. Can I hold your paw?
Diego: Yeah, of course.
[Groans as Ellie takes paw and squeezes hard]
Diego: Just go with the pain.
Diego: It's just a contraction.
[Points to dinosaur and screams]
Diego: Don't worry about a thing. You're doing fine.
Diego: It's going great. Excuse me.
[Bonks dinosaur on head, dinosaur grabs Diego's leg and pulls him over ledge]
Diego: Just keep breathing!
Diego: [Pops back up holding two dinosaurs] Just breathe! That's the important thing.
[Conks dinosaurs' heads together, and jumped by another]
Ellie: You can do it! Push! Push!
[Diego pants and lays on back as though giving birth]
Diego: I can't do it!
Ellie: Just one more big push!
Diego: You have no idea what I'm going through!
[Ellie looks at him]
Diego: Okay, forget I said that. Let's do this together.
[Pushes log holding back two dinosaurs over ledge]
Diego: [Coaching Ellie in breathing] Oh, getting dizzy. Manny!
[Helps Manny up]
Diego: Come on, buddy I think we're getting close.
Ellie: [Hiding contraction from Manny] I'm fine! I'm just taking my time - --
[screams as rock formation begins to give way under her]
Manny: Ellie! Whoa!
Ellie: [Trying to balance] Manny!
Manny: Get to the ledge!
Ellie: We've been living above an entire world, and we didn't even know it!
Ellie: [Manny and Diego are trapped by a meat-eating plant] That's it, I'm tearing that thing out through the root.
Buck: Do that, and it'll clamp shut forever.
Buck: Calm down, preggers. Don't get your trunk in a knot. I'll have them out of there before they're digested.
Buck: They'll be nothing but bones in three minutes. Well, maybe five for the fat one.
Manny: I'm not fat!
Buck: Now then, eyes forward, back straight... oh, and breathe in the toxic fumes and you'll probably die.
Ellie: Toxic fumes?
Buck: Just another day in paradise!
Ellie: [Grabs fern] Here, boy! Here! Come on! Good boy! Come on! Climb on.
Manny: Are you nuts? We're not getting on that thing!
Ellie: It's either this dinosaur or that one! Pregnant lady wants to live! Yabba-dabba-doo!
[Slides down dinosaur's back]
Ellie: This is the world our baby's gonna grow up in, you can't change that.
Manny: Guys don't talk to guys about guy problems. They just... punch each other on the shoulder.
Ellie: That's stupid!
Manny: To a girl... To a guy that's like six months of therapy!
Ellie: That's right sweetheart, welcome to the Ice Age!
Manny: Guys don't talk to guys about guy problems. They just... punch each other on the shoulder.
Ellie: That's stupid!
Manny: To a girl. To a guy that's like six months therapy! Fine.
[walks over to Diego, punches him in shoulder]
Diego: Ouch. What was that for?
Manny: [pause] I don't know.
Ellie: Talk to the trunk.
Sid: Manny, who do you like better, me or Diego?
Manfred: Diego. It's not even close.
Diego: Heh, told you.
Ellie: Manny, you can't choose between your kids.
Manfred: He's not my kid. He's not even my dog. If I had a dog, and that dog had a kid, and the dog's kid had a pet, that would be Sid.
Sid: Can I have a dog, Manny?
Sid: Ellie, can I have a dog?
Ellie: Of course, you can, sweetie.
Manfred: Ellie, we have to be consistent with them.
Ellie: What about me is attractive?
Manfred: Your... butt?
Ellie: What about it?
Manfred: It's... big?
Ellie: [flattered] You're just saying that.
Manfred: No, I mean it. It's huge. Biggest darned butt I've ever seen.
Ellie: That is really sweet.
Manfred: I knew it! I knew I couldn't be the only one!
Ellie: Me too! Everybody falls out of the tree sometimes. They just won't admit it!
Sid: Well, shave me down and call me a mole rat. You found another mammoth.
Ellie: Where? Wait a minute. I thought mammoths were extinct.
Ellie: What are you looking at me for?
Manfred: I don't know. Maybe because you're a mammoth?
Ellie: Me? Don't be ridiculous! I'm not a mammoth, I'm a possum.
Manfred: Right, good one. I'm a newt.
[Points at Diego]
Manfred: This is my friend, the badger,
[Points at Sid]
Manfred: ... and my other friend, the platypus.
Sid: Why do I gotta be the platypus? Make him the platypus.
Ellie: [to Manny] You ain't savin' the species TONIGHT, or any OTHER night.
Ellie: Hey, do we do any special tricks like roll over, or do we just throw our weight around?
Manfred: You are so stubborn and hard-headed!
Ellie: Well, I guess that proves it - I am a mammoth!
Ellie: I thought fat guys were supposed to be jolly.
Manfred: I'm not fat. It's this fur. It makes me look big. It's poofy.
Ellie: Oh, okay.
[to Crash and Eddie]
Ellie: He's fat.
Ellie: [annoyed with Manny suggesting they save their species] OK. We followed you during the day, now you're coming with us at night.
Manfred: But we can't see at night.
Ellie: Then enjoy the flood.
Eddie: I can't even look at him!
Crash: [turns and looks at Manny] Pervert!
Ellie: Time to die.
[slits a man's throat]
Hannah: Ellie quit playing around and finish the rest.
The Widow: I guess I ain't gonna let you kill him. Been enough killings.
Ellie: It's a little late to go self-righteous on us, Widow, you've done your fair share! And so did that precious daughter of yours!
The Widow: [hits Ellie in the mouth with her gun and knocks her down] I KNOW what I have done, and whatever Janie did or didn't do, that will be on MY conscience, NOT HERS! And your little stunt at the bank, that KILLED Janie!
Ellie: So what?
[Widow cocks her gun]
Ellie: [returning to Silver Creek where they were raped] Welcome home, Widow, welcome to hell.
Ellie: They followed us here!
Hannah: What do you mean? Who followed us here?
Ellie: Your stinking cowhands are slate for the Twin Forks posse what I mean. The whole damn town's mounting off about it.
Hannah: Did Jack say anything to you?
The Widow: Well we ain't exactly talk much.
Ellie: [laughs] Well that's just beautiful.
Hannah: So they followed us here, so what?
Hannah: Might be nice, mightn't it? Stop, get a home, one with walls I mean, and a man.
Ellie: Don't, you're scaring me.
Hannah: It's only a dream, Ellie, only a dream.
The Widow: Is it? Hell, ain't never too late.
Hannah: Oh yeah, what're we going to do? Earn fees and grub on some God-forsaken prairie for 14 hours a day so we can all get pregnant a dozen times and die, that what you want to do? I didn't think so.
April: What we did to that posse, I can't do that again, I can't, Sherrie, I want to go home.
Sherrie: I know, April, I know.
Ellie: Ungrateful bitch.
Hannah: They wouldn't last for five minutes on their own and they know it.
Ellie: Where the hell have you been? Who is he?
Hannah: [laughs] You're jealous.
Ellie: I am not, who is he?
Hannah: He is nobody.
Hannah: I swear, bit a fun, that's all Ellie.
Ellie: You swear?
Hannah: I swear, sweetheart.
Ellie: You wouldn't lie to me!
Hannah: I wouldn't lie to you.
Ellie: I wouldn't like you to lie to me! I can smell him!
Hannah: Don't be silly.
Ellie: Don't leave me, Hannah, please, don't ever leave me.
Hannah: I'll never leave you, Ellie, where would I go?
Jane: Mama doesn't mean anything by it, Ellie, she only wants what's best for us.
Ellie: Well she better stay the *hell* out of my way!
Ellie: We should take the bank and get the hell out of here.
The Widow: You know Hannah, for once she's right. It's all gonna close in on us.
Hannah: No, it's too risky.
The Widow: Yeah well we don't got many choices, sooner or later we gotta stop, might as well have some money in our pockets.
Hannah: Stop and do what?
The Widow: It don't matter what we do, we keep on like this, somebody's going to figure out who we are.
Gastornis bird chicks: When you drink water through your trunk, does it taste like boogers?
Ellie: Uh no... well... Sometimes, Now let's move!
Sid: Mom, Dad, do you have Granny's teeth? She can't find them.
Granny: [Tries eating apple then tries to give to Sid] Hey! Can you chew this thing for me?
Sid: Ew, Guys? Where is everyone?
Diego: I'll handle this. Sid? Uh, your family was wiped out by an asteroid. Sorry.
Manny: What Diego is trying to say is, they left. They only wanted to find you so you could take care of Granny.
Sid: Oh, come on, what kind of sick family would ditch their own Granny on someone? That's just crazy. That's just... That's just... my family.
Diego: At least you still have Granny. Right, buddy?
Sid: Yeah, Granny. Granny? Granny?
Ellie: Wow. For an old girl, she moves fast.
Manny: You two were supposed to be responsible uncles!
Crash: What? I didn't see Peaches sneak off maybe 15 or 20 minutes ago.
Eddie: Or that she went with Louis to the falls.
Manny: The falls? Where the delinquents go?
Ellie: Relax, it's just where the kids hang out.
Manny: No, no, it's a gateway hangout. First it's the falls, then she's piercing her trunk, and the next thing you know, she's addicted to berries.
Ellie: [Chuckling] Manny! You are overreacting. She's not gonna be your little girl forever.
Manny: I know. That's what worries me.
Peaches: What if I never see him again? And the last thing we did was fight.
Ellie: Hey, your father is the toughest, most stubborn mammoth I've ever met. He'll come back for us. That's a promise.
Manny: [upon hearing an earthquake] What, what was that? Ellie, did you hear that?
Ellie: I heard it, Manny; whatever it is, it's miles away.
Manny: Peaches, you all right? Where is she, no teenager is ever up early.
Jess: And, uh, remember moss also grows on the North side of trees.
Martin: No, West.
Ellie: I always thought it was East.
Jess, Roy: North!
Martin: You guys are just trying to confuse me.
[Jess says some scientific mumbo-jumbo]
Martin: Saying something that sounds impressive doesn't make it righter.
[Smirks and pulls out his scout book]
Martin: You actually pack a scout book?
Jess: Hey, you recognize it. All right. See here.
[Points to a part in the book on moss, and Martin looks furious]
Ellie: [as Jess is untying them] Where's Martin?
Jess: He's creating a diversion.
[Suddenly there's a huge explosion. They all stare at eac other]
Roy: What was that?
Jess: [Shocked] I'm thinking the diversion.
Ellie: [after sex] I wasn't going to do that. I was going to hold out, like make you wait for 40 days.
Jason: I was going to make you wait, and then I realized I'm a dude.
Preppy Guy: I need a drink too. I'll get you a drink too.
Ellie: Honestly what if I enjoy the drink. What happens then?
Preppy Guy: I'd love to hear what you think happens then.
Ellie: I'll tell you what happens then we go play beer pong with your two roommates until I end up back at yours in Murray hill.
Preppy Guy: Yeah, that's right how'd you know that.
Ellie: Yeah then I have to listen to your roommate have sex with Hilary, or Emily or whatever the girl's name is, until we fall asleep. And then a year later we're still playing beer pong in the same bars with your friends except now you feel pressured to get married and have kids because you think that's what I want.
Jason: Then in the summers you drive up to the Hampton to meet his parents wondering the whole ride if they're going to think your pretty enough.
Jason: Wondering the whole ride if they're going to think you're smart enough.
Ellie: Because no one is and then we have to drink shitty chardonnay.
Jason: At a shitty garden party.
Ellie: And have shitty conversations.
Jason: About shitty people.
Ellie: With his shitty mother.
Jason: Who let's face it doesn't think you're smart enough.
Jason: Let's face it, doesn't think you're pretty enough.
Ellie: Because no one is.
Jason: No one ever will be.
Preppy Guy: What's all that shit, I'm just talking about a drink.
Jason: Yeah, but it wasn't just a drink though, was it.
Ellie: It was a marriage proposal.
Preppy Guy: Woah marriage , nah. It was a vodka soda. Alright fuck you guys then.
[preppy guy walks away]
Ellie: Being there for someone when they need you, that's all relationships are.
Ellie: You like rap?
Marcus: A little. It's by black people mostly. And they're pretty angry most of the time. But sometimes they just want to have sex.
[Maggie has just left her groom standing at the altar, and has jumped aboard a FedEx truck]
Ellie: Where is she going?
Fisher: I don't know, but she'll be there by 10:30 tomorrow.
[describing the werewolf in human form to the police]
Jimmy Myers: I - I don't know... what a - about 5 foot 10...
Ellie: [cutting Jimmy Meyers off] She's got a bony ass... and fat thighs... and ugly skin.
[the werewolf breaks through a window, roaring, and gives Ellie the finger]
Ellie: Why can't you just download porn like most normal teenagers?
Kyle: Whoa, hey, Ellie.
Kyle: Hey, '70s retro week is booking up. Do we want Keith Partridge or Marcia Brady?
Ellie: Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!
Kyle: I drink, you drive, ready to go?
Ellie: Kyle, can you cover for me at the opening?
Kyle: What? And miss Jake's big opening?
Ellie: I can't make it.
Joanie: Why do men always go for the tortured ones? Poor, damaged Ellie.
Ellie: [hits Joanie in face with brick] Fuck you!
Ellie: You're a monster!
Jake: Join the club.
Ellie: We didn't communicate.
Val: We had sex!
Ellie: Yes, we had sex. But we never talked.
Val: Sex is better than talk. Ask anybody in this bar. Talk is what you suffer through so you can get to sex.
Ellie: Our marriage wasn't going anywhere.
Val: Where do you want it to go? Where do marriages go? After a while they just lay there. That's the thing about marriages.
Ed: Look, I love Val. I love him. But with all due respect... he's a raving, incompetent psychotic.
Ellie: He's not incompetent.
[Ellie has called Lori a wind-up doll]
Val: That wind-up doll happens to have a Ph.D.
Ellie: In what? The history of gym?
Ellie: You were on the cutting edge of everything.
Val: So, how did I go from the cutting edge to the buttering edge?
Ellie: You had all the symptoms but not the disease.
Val: You used to think I was creative and original.
Ellie: I still do, as a filmmaker. Its when you became creative as a hypochondriac - that was it.
Val: Hey, all those attacks were for real.
Ellie: Oh yeah?
Ellie: The Black Plague, Val? An allergy to oxygen? Elm blight? Only trees get elm blight - elm trees.
Ellie: I hear that she's all sugar and sweetness and gets into your good graces and then - Wham! You know, she kept telling Sean Madigan how she loved all of his films and she was a big fan and how he was a great, I don't know, unique American artist. And then in the profile she did, she disemboweled him.
Val: If you happen to fall for that kind of flattery, you know, I can handle it, though.
Ellie: Please! You couldn't handle Shirley Temple.
Ellie: What are you going to do? Are you, are you going to edit it blind, too? Put in the music blind? Go to the premier blind? At least you won't be able to read the reviews.
Val: It's funny, because, my - unfulfilled life dream is that you and I would live in Paris together.
Ellie: You know, I was willing and you where the one that always lost your nerve.
Val: Well, it's funny, that seems like so long ago now. Its amazing how things change, isn't it?
Hal: Its not easy sitting through three hours of pure adulation.
Ellie: Frankly, I'll tell you, I don't, I don't know how you can do it.
Hal: Why? You don't want to rob them the opportunity of, you know, demonstrating their gratitude.
Ellie: Yeah, no wonder we both have to drink so much at these affairs.
Ellie: I've dated enough narcissistically neurotic men to know that you are all just a pack of roving babies in search of a giant teat from which to suck the lifeblood out of me until I am a hollow shell.
Ellie: These matches are disappointing me!
Disco Cabbie: [Ellie is riding with Disco Cabbie complaining about finding Kevin with Lucy] Uh, I'm sensing a lot of hostility coming from the back seat.
Ellie: Oh, really? That's very astute.
Disco Cabbie: Well, that's not good for me, man. That kind of energy damages the plush interior of my cab, right? And you're blowing a $5.00 high, mama. You need to find yourself a man who's secure enough to appreciate you for the superior woman that you are. I like a strong woman.
Ellie: Oh... yeah. Mm-hmm.
Disco Cabbie: And you are a strong woman. If I was you, I would pull over with me and celebrate our strength together. What do you think about that, baby?
Ellie: This corner's great. This corner's fantastic for me.
Bobby Kalzone: Mona Dearly's dead.
Bobby Kalzone: She's dead- It was just a- car accident.
Ellie: You gotta be kiddin' me. Well- We gotta celebrate!
Bobby Kalzone: Jesus, God, Ellie she's a human being. Have a little respect.
Ellie: I don't gotta have respect for no one in that family. Think how they treated you.
Bobby Kalzone: How did they treat me?
Ellie: Badly, they're a houseful of freaks.
Ellie: You know what I don't get?
Andrew: Tell us.
Ellie: Okay, why the Pope rides around in a bulletproof car. I just don't get that. I mean, what is he afraid of, eternal bliss?
Cute Guy: [as Ellie heads out of the bar] Hey, where are you going?
Ellie: [on her way to restroom] El peepee.
Ellie: [enters men's toilet] Girl emergency! Sorry!
[next door, Stephanie toys with her cellphone, which lies on top of ominous newspaper report of missing girl]
Ellie: [uses toilet stall while Michael is at urinal] You're not from these parts, are you?
[comes tauntingly over to.inspect him nonchalantly, playful tone:]
Ellie: Performance anxiety?
Michael: [zipping up, gruffly:] You should stick close to your friend.
[walks out of restroom]
Ellie: [wistfully to herself] Wow. That backfired.
Larry: You mean to tell me that God made two of you?
Ellie: God had nothing to do with it, darling.
Scotty: [Finds footage of Belinda stepping out of her dress] Look what I found.
Ellie: You can't watch this.
Blu: Au contrare, it's our duty to watch this.
Scotty: This is evidence of a crime.
Ellie: It's a crime alright.
Blu: She'd be a nice girl for you.
Scotty: I'm not going out with any girl you've seen naked.
Blu: She's not naked.
Scotty: She will be in a minute.
John Constantine: [to a room full of demons] Hi, my name's John. You are in violation of the balance. Leave immediately or I will deport you.
[stands on a chair]
John Constantine: All of you.
John Constantine: Go to hell.
[John ignites a lighter and places it under a smoke-detector, activating the sprinkler system. The demons skin starts to burn]
Ellie: Holy water?
[the demons' flesh burns and they scream in agony]
Beth: [watching Logan work] Do you know if he has an off switch?
Ellie: I hope not.
[Beth watches Logan working outside while she does the dishes inside. She cleans a pan without realizing she does it. Ellie notices that she looks at Logan]
Ellie: [smiling] Now, that's as clean as it'll ever be.
[Angela is explaining to Ellie all about sex using the horse as an example]
Angela: See this?
Angela: That's exactly what men have. They stick it in the women. I've seen mom and dad do it. It looks like it hurts.
Ellie: Why do they do it then?
Angela: It's a rule. You have to.
Ellie: I don't wanna do it.
Angela: Well if you don't do it by the time you're 21 you start getting smaller.
Ellie: How come?
Angela: Cuz there's certain vitamins and I don't know but I've seen people like that. They're mom's age and they're as small as you.
Ellie: And they shrank?
Angela: Yeah, it happens little by little.
Rachel: It's okay, Ellie! You just had a bad dream.
Ellie: It wasn't a dream, it was Paxcow! Paxcow says daddy is going to do something really bad!
Rachel: Who is this Paxcow?
Ellie: He's a ghost! He's a good ghost! He was sent to warn us!
[Ellie cries for her cat Church not to die]
Ellie: He's not God's cat. He's my cat. Let God get his own if he wants one. Not mine. Not mine.
Ellie: [Ellie steps out of the car] We're finally here.
Louis Creed: [Louis smiles] Yeah.
[Rachel and Ellie read the Pet Sematary sign]
Ellie: What's it say mommy?
Rachel: It says Pet Sematary, honey. It's misspelled, but that's what it says.
[Jud and the Creed family look at the Pet Sematary gravestones]
Ellie: Daddy, look, this one's a goldfishy.
Jud Crandall: That's right, Ellie. They weren't all killed by the road. Especially the ones from back in my times as a child. They get older as you go towards the middle. Harder to read.
[Jud asks Ellie if she knows what a graveyard is]
Jud Crandall: Do you know what a graveyard really is?
Ellie: Well, I guess not
Jud Crandall: It's a place where the dead speak.
Jud Crandall: [Ellie gasps] No, not right out loud. Their stones speak or their markers. This ain't a scary place, Ellie. It's a place of rest and speaking.
[Ellie asks her father what if Church dies]
Ellie: Daddy, what if Church dies? What if he dies and has to go to the pet cemetery?
Louis Creed: Honey, Church will be fine.
Ellie: No, he won't. Not in the end. In the end he's gonna croak, isn't he?
Louis Creed: Lovey, Church might still be alive when you're in high school, and that's a very long time.
Ellie: It doesn't seem long to me. It seems short.
Louis Creed: Well, if it was up to me, I'd let Church live up to be 100, but I don't make up the rules.
Ellie: Well, who does? God, I suppose.
[Gage throws his food at breakfast]
Ellie: Yuck! Gross!
[Ellie makes a comment to her father about Church's operation]
Ellie: I don't want Church to get his nuts cut, daddy.
Louis Creed: [Louis chuckles] Good God, where did you hear that?
[Louis promises his daughter that Church will be fine]
Louis Creed: Church will be just the same. Well, almost the same, and we won't have to worry about him getting run over in the road by trucks. Church will be all right, honey.
Ellie: You promise, daddy?
Rachel: Don't shilly-shally, Louis, give the little girl a promise.
Louis Creed: Church will be fine. I promise.
[Louis talks to Ellie on the phone]
Louis Creed: Hi, baby. How's everything in Chicagoland?
Ellie: Grandma and grandpa gave me all sorts of neat things. How's Church, daddy? Does he miss me?
Louis Creed: Well... I guess he's just fine, Ellie. I haven't seen him this evening, but, ah...
Ellie: Well, make sure you put him down in the cellar before you go to bed so he won't run out in the road. And, kiss him good night for me.
Louis Creed: [Louis smiles] Yuck. Kiss your own cat.
[Louis talks to Gage on the phone]
Ellie: Want to talk to Gage?
Louis Creed: Yeah.
Gage: Hi, daddy. I love you.
Gage: [Louis remains silent] Hi, daddy. I love you.
[Louis remains silent]
Ellie: Megan's alive, you guys.
Jessica: Ellie, you're being borderline retarded right now.
[Jessica is performing mouth-to-mouth CPR on an unresponsive Megan]
Chugs: That is so hot.
[Megan suddenly grabs Jessica by the back of her neck and presses her closer, then Jessica pulls away]
Megan: What, no tougne?
Jessica: Easy there, Lezzie Lohan. This is make believe, remember?
Ellie: I don't see a way out of this.
Jessica: Well, maybe there is.
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