Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010)
Chloë Grace Moretz: Angie Steadman
Angie Steadman : This place is an intellectual wasteland.
Greg Heffley : We'll hide here for the rest of class because I'm not playing that game! It's not fair. He's got all the neanderthals on the same team. It's barbaric!
Angie Steadman : It's completely barbaric. This place is an intellectual wasteland. But it's nice to meet a person more interested in his mind than his body.
Rowley Jefferson : You girls get to jump rope. What are you doing hiding?
Angie Steadman : Avoiding the pain. It all starts in middle school, you know? You're not a kid anymore. The coddling has stopped. Kids are now separated by intelligence. The weak are picked on and girls that you've known since kindergarten won't even talk to you anymore.
Greg Heffley : Well, it sounds like you've got it all figured out so go back to your book.
Angie Steadman : This place is a glorified holding pen. It's where adults put you as you make that awkward transition between child and teenager so they don't even have to look at you.
Angie Steadman : Hi. I'm Angie.
Greg Heffley : [Pulls Rowley's hand away] Great Story! We're going to go now.
Rowley Jefferson : Why? This is a good spot.
Angie Steadman : It's a perfect spot. I survived all of the sixth grade here and I would enjoy some like-minded company to get me through the seventh.
Greg Heffley : Is that the whistle? I think I hear the whistle.
Greg Heffley : We need to go!
Patty Ferrell : Here's your yearbook. You're not in it that much! Maybe try to get out there a little next year?
Angie Steadman : You know what, Patti? One day middle school will end and become high school and after that it just becomes life. All those things you think are important now won't be anymore.
Patty Ferrell : [scoffs] You wish!
Greg Heffley : I need something to make me a class favorite.
Angie Steadman : What about class favorites?
Greg Heffley : Don't you ever say hi or hello before you start talking?
Rowley Jefferson : [waves] Hi!
Angie Steadman : Hello.
Rowley Jefferson : Greg is only here because he wants to get into.
Greg Heffley : [interrupts] Rowley! I was just saying that I would really like to nail these people because it's so obvious they're only doing these activities to get into the yearbook.
Angie Steadman : You know, I like your point of view. You should sign up for the school paper. We are the voice of the people. Well, the people are mostly idiots so technically speaking we're the voice of the people making fun of the people.
Greg Heffley : Thanks, but I can't be on the paper because I'm going to be in the paper a lot. It would be a conflict of interest.
Angie Steadman : [nods] You're the people. Got it.