The best Quotes from Die Hard

The best Movie Quotes

Supervisor: "Attention, whoever you are, this channel is reserved for emergency calls only."
John McClane: "No fucking shit, lady! Does it sound like I'm ordering a pizza?"

Die Hard, by John McClane
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Hans Gruber: "Do you really think you have a chance against us, Mr. Cowboy?"
John McClane: "Yippee-ki-yay, motherfucker."

Die Hard, by John McClane
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Hans Gruber: "Who are you then?"
John McClane: "Just a fly in the ointment, Hans. The monkey in the wrench. The pain in the ass."

Die Hard, by John McClane
 
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John McClane: "You throw quite a party. I didn't realize they celebrated Christmas in Japan."
Joseph Takagi: "Hey, we're flexible. Pearl Harbor didn't work out so we got you with tape decks."

Die Hard, by Joseph Takagi
 
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Who's driving this car, Stevie Wonder?

Die Hard, by John McClane
 
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John McClane: "Drop it, dickhead. It's the police."
Tony: "You won't hurt me."
John McClane: "Oh, yeah? Why not?"
Tony: "Because you're a policeman. There are rules for policemen."
John McClane: "Yeah. That's what my captain keeps telling me."

Die Hard, by John McClane
 
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Sergeant Al Powell: "Excuse me sir. But what about the body that fell out the window?"
Dwayne T. Robinson: "Well who knows? Maybe some stockbroker, got depressed."

Die Hard, by Dwayne T. Robinson
 
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When you steal $600, you can just disappear. But when you steal $600 million, they will find you, unless they think you're already dead.

Die Hard, by Hans Gruber
 
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Holly Gennero McClane: "After all your posturing, all your little speeches, you're nothing but a common thief."
Hans Gruber: "I am an exceptional thief, Mrs. McClane. And since I'm moving up to kidnapping, you should be more polite."

Die Hard, by Hans Gruber
 
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I shot a kid. He was 13 years old. Ohhh, it was dark, I couldn't see him. He had a ray gun, looked real enough. You know, when you're a rookie, they can teach you everything about bein' a cop except how to live with a mistake. Anyway, I just couldn't bring myself to draw my gun on anybody again.

Die Hard, by Al Powell
 
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