Memphis: The ladies are dirty. Walk away. The ladies are dirty.
Freb: You ever feel bad about any of this?
Donny: Hell, no. I'm Robin Hood, man. I rob from the rich and give to the needy.
Freb: You mean the poor.
Donny: No, like I said, the needy. 'Cause brother, we need this car.
Otto Halliwell: We're gonna have to go old school on this. A day to shop, a day to prep.
Drycoff: Are you all right?
Bashed Cop: I think so.
Drycoff: Are you sure? 'Cause, you just went through a wall.
Sway: I've got two jobs. I've discovered that you have to work twice as hard when it's honest.
Drycoff: Who's Eleanor?
Det. Roland Castlebeck: It's a damn car. And don't ever talk about my wife.
Otto Halliwell: How Many Days?
Otto Halliwell: How many in your crew?
Memphis: One, but, I'm here to negotiate for a second.
Raymond Calitri: They threw us out of England, they threw us out of France, so here we are. Flourishing, really, except for the minor inconvenience of despising everything about your country.
Raymond Calitri: Am I an arsehole? Do I look like an arsehole?
Tumbler: Yo, so check out my new move. I call it "the Stranger." What I do is, I sit on my hand for, like, 15, 20 minutes, until it goes numb. No feeling at all. And then I rub one out.
Toby: "The Stranger," huh?
Atley Jackson: It's like a little boy's nursery school I've come upon here.
Memphis: Without disappointment you cannot appreciate victory.
Det. Roland Castlebeck: Did Eleanor tell you that?
Memphis: For the next 24 hours, all your decision-making privileges have been removed. You got it?
Mirror Man: It's cool, man.
Memphis: Obviously, they're on to us. He's sniffing real close. If anything tonight appears out of place, I want you to cut bait, get out of there, and walk away. And get rid of this goddamn car.
Memphis: I am a baaaad man.
Memphis: I just stole fifty cars in one night! I'm a little tired, little wired, and I think I deserve a little appreciation.