Man on a Ledge (2012)
Nick Cassidy: Today is the day when everything changes. One way or another.
Psychiatrist: Nick, have you ever considered hurting yourself?
Nick Cassidy: Hurting?
Nick Cassidy: No... but killin'... every goddamn day.
Joey Cassidy: [sees her dressing] Angie, Angie, Angie.
Joey Cassidy: You're moving artwork, girl.
Nick Cassidy: [pointing at coat] That's new, Mike.
Mike Ackerman: Yeah, I went shopping. I'm about to be a married man. So, uh, gotta clean up a little bit.
Nick Cassidy: Yeah, who's the lucky guy?
Angie: You don't want to know everything. No one does. Boyfriends? Girfriends? Best sex of my life?
Joey Cassidy: Well, obviously.
[points at self]
Nick Cassidy: First, cut the red wire.
Angie: Red wire? They're all red wires!
Joey Cassidy: Babe, pick the reddest one.
Dante Marcus: [reading Nick Cassidy's note] "I will exit this world as I entered - innocent."
Jack Dougherty: [to disarmed SWAT guy at gunpoint] Hey buddy, she's had a pretty rough day. I'd do what she says.
Manager: Good morning, sir.
Nick Cassidy: Last name's Walker.
Manager: Yes. Mr. Walker. Room 2105, South Tower. Great view. We also have a larger unit available on the east side, I can offer you at the same price.
Nick Cassidy: No, I think I'll stick with the view.
David Englander: That's what's great about this country. If you want it bad enough, you can make it back. Hmm? In this city, on this island, we don't go to work, we go to war! And if somebody takes something from you, you take it back. And more.
Dante Marcus: It always ends the same, blood, snot, and tears.
Joey Cassidy: You hit like a girl. Where are you from, Jersey?
Dante Marcus: [hits him again] I'm from the Bronx.
Lydia Mercer: I'm going to assume that's a family heirloom?
Nick Cassidy: It is now.
Valet: Drinks all around!
Desk Sergeant: We need an emergency service unit at The Roosevelt, 45th and Madison. Shut down the block, we got a man on a ledge.
David Englander: [while speaking over the phone via speaker phone] Ah, I'll tell you what, Monica.
Monica: Uh huh, I'm listening.
David Englander: I'll host a dinner for the Gold Circle patrons, and their families.
Monica: Ugh, David, I don't know what to say, that would be incredibly generous.
David Englander: Yeah, well, it's for the children's wing, right?
Monica: Right, yeah.
David Englander: And in this economy, it's the least I could do.
Monica: You're a dream, I knew I could count on you.
David Englander: Yeah, of course.
David Englander: Okay, good, bye.
[turns the speaker phone off]