Now You See Me (I) (2013)
Mark Ruffalo: Dylan Rhodes
Dylan Rhodes : I can maintain my resolve much longer than you can maintain that phony arrogance. And the instant that you even show the slightest crack in that smug facade, I'll be there. I'll be all over you like...
J. Daniel Atlas : Like white on rice? Sorry, that's unfair. Let me warn you. I want you to follow, because no matter what you think you might know, we will always be one step, three steps- seven steps ahead of you, and just when you think you're catching up, that's when we'll be right behind you. And at no time will you be anywhere other than exactly where I want you to be. So come close, get all over me because the closer you think you are, the less you'll actually see.
Dylan Rhodes : You little shit!
Jack Wilder : [imitating Dylan] You little shit!
Dylan Rhodes : What game ya playin'?
Jack Wilder : [imitating Dylan] What game ya playin'?
[Jack is an expert impersonator; now that he knows he can mimic Dylan's voice, he speaks confidently into the walkie-talkie]
Jack Wilder : We're all good at six; move to seven.
[Dylan's police obey and run up to the seventh floor]
Agent Fuller : During the show half the audience was hypnotized to believe that they were in the Philharmonic. I guess that "bullshit" was a trigger word.
Dylan Rhodes : Okay. Hey, hey, écoutez! Etienne, come on down from there, you're not in the Philharmonic. How do you say "stop" in French?
Alma Dray : Stop.
Alma Dray : Is it magicians in general you have a problem with? Or specifically those guys?
Dylan Rhodes : I could care less about magicians in general. What I hate is people who exploit other people.
Alma Dray : Exploit them how?
Dylan Rhodes : By taking advantage of their weaknesses. Their need to believe in something that's unexplainable in order to make their lives more bearable.
Alma Dray : I see it as a strength. My life is happier when I believe that.
Merritt McKinney : [about Agent Fuller] Please convey my deepest apologies to your colleague out there. I'm really sorry about this whole Tranny Tuesday thing, I was out of line.
Dylan Rhodes : Tranny Tuesday?
Merritt McKinney : It's an arrangement he and his wife have, or might not have, if you believe everything Agent Fuller's saying. Correct me, but isn't there a proud tradition in the FBI of men wearing dresses?