Passengers (I) (2016)
Aurora: [voice over] A friend once said, "You can't get so hung up on where you'd rather be that you forget to make the most of where you are." We got lost along the way. But we found each other. And we made a life. A beautiful life. Together.
Aurora: My dad used to say, "If you live an ordinary life, all you'll have are ordinary stories. You have to live a life of adventure." So... Here I am.
Arthur: They say time heals all wounds.
Aurora: Broken hearts aren't that simple, Arthur. You wouldn't understand.
Arthur: I laughed at a man with no pants, until I realized I have no legs.
Aurora: He woke me up! He took away my life!
Gus Mancuso: I know, and I'm sorry, but there's work I'd like...
Aurora: It's murder!
Gus Mancuso: You're right, Aurora. But the drowning man will always try and drag somebody down with him. It ain't right, but the man's drowning.
Arthur: You two look fine this evening.
Aurora: Thank you, Arthur. We're on a date.
Arthur: Very nice.
Aurora: [to Jim] Took you long enough to ask.
Jim Preston: I was giving you space.
Aurora: Oh... Space. The one thing I do not need more of.
Jim Preston: How do I send a message to Earth?
InfoMat: Interstellar messages are sent by laser array. This is an expensive service.
Jim Preston: Bite me!
InfoMat: Happy to help!
Gus Mancuso: [over the intercom] This is Deck Chief Gus Mancuso. Who the hell planted a tree on my ship?
Aurora: Do you know how much Homestead Company made off its first planet? Eight quadrillion dollars! That's eight million billions. Colony planets are the biggest business going.
Wake-up Hologram: Good morning, James. How are you feeling?
Jim Preston: Wait. What?
Wake-up Hologram: It's perfectly normal to feel confused. You just spent 120 years in suspended animation.
Jim Preston: What?
Wake-up Hologram: It's okay, James.
Jim Preston: It's Jim...
Wake-up Hologram: Jim.
Gus Mancuso: [after discovering Jim woke up Aurora] How long were you alone?
Jim Preston: A year.
Gus Mancuso: Still... damn.
Jim Preston: [seeing Aurora in a beautiful black dress] Wow.
Aurora: You clean up pretty good yourself. You went shopping.
Jim Preston: I went shoplifting.
Jim Preston: How long until we get to Homestead II?
Arthur: About ninety years or so.
Jim Preston: And when are all the passengers supposed to wake up?
Arthur: Not till the last four months.
Jim Preston: [cheerily] How is it that I'm sitting here with you? With ninety years to go?
Arthur: [after glitching for a moment] Hm. It's not possible for you to be here.
Jim Preston: Well, I am.
Jim Preston: [from the trailer] We were woken too soon... Ninety years too soon
Aurora: [shocked] We have too go back to sleep
Jim Preston: [solemnly] We Can't!
Gus Mancuso: My goofy hibernation pod. That's the cause.