Jimmy Cuervo Quotes in The Crow: Wicked Prayer (2005)


Jimmy Cuervo Quotes:

  • Jimmy Cuervo: Someone owes me two lifetimes and a set of perfect blue eyes.

  • Jimmy Cuervo: Quoth the raven nevermore, motherfucker!

  • Luc Crash: How are you at wedding speeches?

    Jimmy Cuervo: I'm better at eulogies.

  • Jimmy Cuervo: She believed in you. She believed in all of you.

    Harold: She believed in fairy tales. Who are you to tell me what she believed in?

    Jimmy Cuervo: I'm the fairy fucking godfather that's gonna save your fairy fucking tails.

  • Jimmy Cuervo: You are gonna fucking die!

  • Jimmy Cuervo: Killing is easy, forgetting is hard.

  • Jimmy Cuervo: [to Pestilence] I'm afraid of what I've become. You tell 'em they should be too.

  • Jimmy Cuervo: All my life, I've been pushin' down this fire inside of me.

    Lilly: [flashback] Jimmy stop!

    Jimmy Cuervo: It just keeps coming back up.

    Lilly: [flashback] Jimmy stop! Jimmy stop. Stop.

    Jimmy Cuervo: I'm so fucking tired of running.

  • Jimmy Cuervo: I saw a creature, he sat and he held his own heart in his hands, and he ate of it. I asked him, "Is it good friend?" He said, "It is bitter. Bitter. But I like it because it is bitter."

    Harold: May God's fury rain down on you.

    Jimmy Cuervo: And because it is *my* heart.

  • Tanner: There isn't much people on either side of the road can agree on. Except that nobody likes you, Jimmy Cuervo.

    Jimmy Cuervo: Goddamn, I guess I'll fire my publicist.

  • Jimmy Cuervo: Don't you have any respect for the dead?

  • Luc Crash: What's the difference between me and you, hm?

    Jimmy Cuervo: I'm dead.

  • Jimmy Cuervo: What have you done to me? You made me a fucking monster.

  • Harold: How could God pick such a man?

    Jimmy Cuervo: Why not? She did.

  • Jimmy Cuervo: Tell me, did the blood wash off or did you have to scrub really really hard?

  • Jimmy Cuervo: What I got in me... ain't life.

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