Vasquez Quotes in The Magnificent Seven (2016)
Goodnight Robicheaux: What a merry band, we are. Me a Grey, Chisolm a Blue, Billy a mysterious man of the Orient, a drunk Irishman, a Texican, a female and her gentlemen caller. This is not going to end well.
Vasquez: I'm Mexican, cabrón. No such thing as a "Texican."
Goodnight Robicheaux: Try telling that to my granddaddy. He died at the Alamo. New Orleans Greys, long barracks, bayonets. Blood, teeth. Mauled by a horde of teeming brown devils.
Vasquez: My grandfather was one of those devils, you know. Toluca Battalion. Hey, maybe my grandfather killed your grandfather, huh?
Josh Faraday: [pulls out a gun] This is Ethel, don't you ever disrespect her!
Josh Faraday: [pulls out another gun] It's Maria you can disrespect!
Vasquez: [drunk] My Maria? I have five Maria!
Vasquez: Where's your gun?
Sam Chisolm: Man carries a gun, he tends to use it.
Vasquez: Hanging is such an unpleasant death. Besides, a hanged man always dies alone. I much prefer dying in the company of decent citizens like you... always provided I'm the last to die.
Mary Horowitz: I think you mean, am I conscious? Not, am I conscience?
Mary Horowitz: 'Conscious' means alert and awake. 'Conscience' is your inner morality gauge... you know, the thing that stops you from doing bad things... e.g., killing, stealing, harming helpless animals and whatnot.
Vasquez: Can we leave her down there?
Mary Horowitz: To answer your question, yes, I am conscious. My leg is bleeding, though I'll probably live. Yours truly, Mary Horowitz. P.S. Did anyone lose a little deaf girl? I found one. She's fine, other than not being able to hear, I mean.
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