The best Quotes from The Gentlemen

The best Movie Quotes

There's only one rule in the jungle: when the lion's hungry, he eats!

LionsThe Gentlemen, by Mickey Pearson
 
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Coach: "His name is Phuc, but spelled with a "ph", so it sounds like fook."
Phuc: "Please!"
Coach: "Alright, Phuc, calm the fook down."

The Gentlemen, by Coach
 
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It was the gravity that killed him.

The Gentlemen, by Raymond Smith
 
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Life's quick and you're slow!

The Gentlemen, by Coach
 
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Brilliance should be acknowledged.

The Gentlemen, by Matthew Berger
 
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He knew how to take advantage of his advantage.

The Gentlemen, by Fletcher
 
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If you wish to be the king of the jungle, it's not enough to act like a king. You must be the king. There can be no doubt. Because doubt causes chaos and one's own demise.

The Gentlemen, by Mickey Pearson
 
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Y'all need to invest in some parachutes.

The Gentlemen, by Mickey Pearson
 
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The young succeed the old!

The Gentlemen, by Dry Eye
 
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A gentleman's quote is a gentleman's word.

The Gentlemen, by Dry Eye
 
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George, If I can get to you in your own kitchen I can get to you anywhere.

The Gentlemen, by Mickey Pearson
 
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Everyone knows the way to a man's heart is through his wife.

The Gentlemen, by Fletcher
 
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I've gone to great lengths to make my operation as invisible as possible, Matthew. If you were standing on my bush, you wouldn't know it. As a matter of fact, you are standing on my bush.

The Gentlemen, by Mickey Pearson
 
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I like middle age. I like gentrification, private schools, fine wines, and a spoonful of caviar to help my medicine go down. But most importantly, I'm looking forward to spending more time with you.

The Gentlemen, by Mickey Pearson
 
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But now the plot begins to thicken. He has reached a crossroads in his life. The middle class and the middle age, they've got to him. They've corrupted his appetite for the horrors. He's gone soft. He wanted to cash in his chips, and get out of the game, and he seems to have found the perfect customer.

The Gentlemen, by Fletcher
 
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