Quotes from the Movie Twelve Monkeys

Oh, wouldn't it be great if I was crazy? Then the world would be okay.

James Cole

I'm looking for the Army of the Twelve Monkeys.

James Cole

All I see are dead people.

James Cole

I am insane, and you are my insanity.

James Cole

There's no such thing as right and wrong; just popular opinion.

Jeffrey Goines

Telephone call? Telephone call? That's communication with the outside world. Doctor's discretion. Nuh-uh. Look, hey ó all of these nuts could just make phone calls, they could spread insanity, oozing through telephone cables, oozing into the ears of all these poor sane people, infecting them. Wackos everywhere, plague of madness.

Jeffrey Goines

There was this guy, and he was always requesting shows that had already played. Yes. No. You have to tell her before. He couldn't quite grasp the idea that the charge nurse couldn't make it be yesterday. She couldn't turn back time, thank you, Einstein! Now, he was nuts! He was a fruitcake, Jim!

Jeffrey Goines

There's the television. It's all right there ó all right there. Look, listen, kneel, pray. Commercials! We're not productive anymore. We don't make things anymore. It's all automated. What are we for then? We're consumers, Jim. Yeah. Okay, okay. Buy a lot of stuff, you're a good citizen. But if you don't buy a lot of stuff, if you don't, what are you then, I ask you? What? Mentally ill. Fact, Jim, fact ó if you don't buy things ó toilet paper, new cars, computerized yo-yos, electrically-operated sexual devices, servo systems with brain-implanted headphones, screwdrivers with miniature built-in radar devices, voice-activated computers...

Jeffrey Goines

Do you realize where he thinks he comes from?

Jeffrey Goines

My father is God! I worship my father!

Jeffrey Goines

My father's going to be very upset when he hears about this! And when my father gets upset, the ground SHAKES!

Jeffrey Goines

Get out of my chair!

Jeffrey Goines

Who cares what psychiatrists write on walls!

Jeffrey Goines

Cassandra in Greek legend, you recall, was condemned to know the future but to be disbelieved when she foretold it. Hence the agony of foreknowledge combined with the impotence to do anything about it.

Dr. Kathryn Railly

You had a bullet from World War I in your leg, James! How did it get there?

Dr. Kathryn Railly

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