The Last Supper (I) (1995)
Luke: It's 1909 and you're alone with a young artist named Adolph. Do you kill him?
Norman Arbuthnot: I'm the first to admit we took this country from the indians but what were they doing with it anyway; shooting off bows and arrows and using seashells for money.
[on what to do with Zack]
Luke: I say we bury the cracker and have dessert.
Luke: People disappear all of the time.
Jude: Especially in Iowa. We probably saved him from an alien abduction.
Paulie: We've got to call the police. They'll understand.
Luke: Sure they would. Grad student kills war hero with a knife. You'll probably just get a ticket.
Jude: The conservatives are effective. They do things. All we do is buy animal-friendly mascara.
Zachary Cody: Liberals, never taking a stand you'd be willing to...
Luke: to die for?
Zachary Cody: Nah. Boy, dying is easy. There is nothing heroic about dying. But if you can take a stand for something you'd be willing to kill for, that is something, something special
Luke: What if you kill somebody whose death makes the world a better place?
Illiterate Librarian: "Thumbelina" is art. "Catcher in the Rye" is just mean-spirited garbage littered with the, oh, the "F" word.
Luke: You know what you need Heather? You know what you really need? A nice stiff dick to shut that big mouth of yours.