The Deadly Spawn (1983)
[after being attacked by an enormous alien mouth]
Kathy: What... the FUCK was THAT?
Aunt Millie: [looking at Bunny's ceramic animals] I've never seen this giraffe before.
Bunny: He's new!
Aunt Millie: He's big!
Bunny: Don't you just love him?
Aunt Millie: To pieces.
Bunny: Do you know what I've always wanted?
Aunt Millie: What?
Bunny: A really handsome gorilla.
Aunt Millie: A WHAT?
Bunny: A gorilla! But, they don't seem to make fine ceramics of the great apes, for some reason. They are our nearest relations, you know, the great apes. But they never left the proverbial Garden of Eden like we did. Did you know he's a vegetarian?
Aunt Millie: Who is?
Bunny: The gorilla! No eating the flesh for him, no sir. He's peace-loving, and adorable!
Aunt Millie: Good Lord. Mother, you're crazy.
[Pete picks up a ringing phone]
Pete: Hello? Oh, hi Frankie. Oh yeah... I woke up because the phone was so loud. Oh, that was my aunt. Yeah, my aunt and uncle are visiting. What?
Pete: What are you getting so worried about? Look, look... biology isn't exactly my strongest point either.
Pete: What about tonight? We can still go. No, I told you... I said my folks have the car today. Not tonight. What about your car?
Pete: Oh? Look, if you want to get here by six... six-thirty p.m. as soon as my folks got back, we can leave right away.
Pete: So walk on over later on this morning. Yeah, we can study. Perfect day for it.
Pete: So wear a gollashar and a big raincoat. And don't forget those skimpy notes if you can locate them. Ha ha! And maybe, Ellen can come along too.
Pete: Oh yeah? Why not? I thought you said she was good at this.
Pete: Well call and find out!
[there is a knock at the front door]
Pete: I'll be right down!
[into the phone]
Pete: Look, Frankie, they told you to forget that... Look, if you want to study with me, you got to stick to the facts. Look... Balacalfski doesn't know what he's talking about. Look, if house flies originated on Jupiter, then how come they have the EXACT same enzymes and same nucleic acids as all living things on Earth?
Pete: I did read it, well... most of it. No, throw it away. Burn it. Well... call it science fiction, because that's what it is. When you come on over later on I'll loan you "Broca's Brain".
Pete: It's a book!