The Razor's Edge (1984)
Tibetan Monk: The pathway to salvation is as narrow and as difficult to walk as a razor's edge.
[after Sophie's murder]
Larry Darrell: When Piedmont died, I had to pay him back for my life. I found out there's another debt to pay - for the privilege of being alive. I thought Sophie was my reward for trying to live a good life. Uh uh. There is no payoff - not now.
Larry Darrell: [of the man who just died saving his life] He was a slob. Did you ever see him eat? Starving children could fill their bellies on the food that ended up in his beard and on his clothes. Dogs would gather to watch him eat. I've never understood gluttony, but I hate it. I hated that about you. He enjoyed disgusting people, being disgusting, the thrill of offending people and making them uncomfortable. It was despicable. You will not be missed.
Larry Darrell: It's easy to be a holy man on top of a mountain.
Tibetan Monk: I am sad because I am losing my cook.
Mackenzie: You've never read The Upanishads? You don't know so much... you really don't know anything do you?
Mackenzie: I never lend books to coal miners. They've got dirty hands.
Larry Darrell: It's very easy to love someone like you.