Quotes from the Movie King Arthur

And thatís the summer.

Lancelot

Hey Bors. You intend on taking Vanora and all your little bastards back home?

Lancelot

Thatís interesting. I thought you couldnít count.

Lancelot

Thatís because heís mine.

Lancelot

Well, youíre about to give it to the Saxons.

Lancelot

The work of your God. Is this how he answers your prayers?

Lancelot

Not my god!

Lancelot

Weíre moving too slow. The girlís not going to make it and neither is the boy. The family we can protect, but weíre wasting time with all these people.

Lancelot

If the Saxons find us, we will have to fight.

Lancelot

Is this Romeís quest? Or Arthurís?

Lancelot

I don't believe in heaven. I've been living in this hell. But if you represent what heaven is, then take me there.

Lancelot

Rain and snow at once. A bad omen.

Lancelot

We sacrifice goats, drank their blood, and danced naked round fires.

Lancelot

What I do remember.... Home...oceans of grass from horizon to horizon, further than you can ride. The sky,bigger than you can imagine. No boundaries.

Lancelot

I've killed too many sons. What right do I have to my own?

Lancelot

I would have left you and the boy there to die.

Lancelot

Your hands seem to be better.

Lancelot

You look frightened.Thatís a large number of lonely men out there.

Lancelot

Arthur. This is not Rome's fight. It is not your fight. All these long years we've been together, the trials we've faced, the blood we've shed... What was it all for, if not for the reward of freedom? And now when we are so close! When it is finally within our grasp - look at me! Does it all count for nothing?

Lancelot

Then do not do this! Only certain death awaits you here. Arthur! I beg you! For our friendship's sake, I beg you.

Lancelot

For two hundred years knights have fought and died for a land not our own. But on that day at Badon Hill, all who fought put our lives in service of a greater cause: Freedom. And as for the knights who gave their lives, their deaths were cause for neither mourning nor sadness. For they live forever, their names and deeds handed down from father to son, mother to daughter, in the legends of King Arthur and his knights.

Lancelot

Mother! I'm finished.

Arthur

I am to be their commander?

Arthur

And what of their free will?

Arthur

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