Famous I Robot movie quotes and dialogs:
The movie was directed by Alex Proyas. Jeff Vintar and Akiva Goldsman wrote the screenplay based on Isaac Asimov's novel.
Gigi: When I was coming up, we didn't just marry someone then divorce them, then not talk to them.
Dr. Alfred Lanning: That, detective, is the right question.
Lawrence Robertson: Can I offer you coffee?
Del Spooner: Sure, why not. It's free, right?
Lawrence Robertson: So whatever I can do to help-
Del Spooner: Sugar.
Lawrence Robertson: I'm sorry?
Del Spooner: For the coffee. Sugar? Oh, you thought I was calling you "sugar"? You're not that rich.
Lawrence Robertson: Suicide is a type of death, detective.
Del Spooner: The last thing you need, especially this week, is a dead guy in your lobby. But, hell, seeing as how you got one, maybe I'll look around. Ask a few questions. Do the whole "cop" thing.
Del Spooner: So you're a shrink, huh? My ex-wife would sure be glad I'm talking to you. You don't know her, do you?
Susan Calvin: I'm sorry. Are you being funny?
Del Spooner: I guess not.
Del Spooner: You know what, in that dream of his I bet you he wasn't dead.
Del Spooner: Thermostat wasn't good enough. You gave the building a brain.
Del Spooner: So, Dr. Calvin, what exactly do you do around here?
Susan Calvin: My general fields are advanced robotics and psychiatry. I specialize in hardware-to-wetware interfaces to advance USR's robotic anthropomorphization program.
Del Spooner: So, what exactly do you do around here?
Susan Calvin: I make the robots seem more human.
Del Spooner: Now, wasn't that easier to say?
Susan Calvin: Not really. No.
Susan Calvin: A robot could no more commit murder than a human could walk on water.
Del Spooner: You know, there was this one guy a long time ago.
Del Spooner: Does thinking you're the last sane man on earth make you crazy? Because if it does, maybe I am.
Lt. John Bergin: Well, then I guess we're gonna miss the good old days.
Del Spooner: What good old days?
Lt. John Bergin: When people were killed by other people.
Del Spooner: You are just a machine. An imitation of life. Can a
robot write a symphony? Can a robot turn a canvas into a beautiful
Sonny: Can you?
Del Spooner: Look, I understand you've experienced a loss, but this relationship can't work. You're a cat, I'm black, and I'm not gonna be hurt again.
Del Spooner: You are the dumbest smart person I have ever met in my life!
Susan Calvin: You are the dumbest dumb person I've ever met!
Del Spooner: Well, take it from me, read the fine print on the organ-donor card. It doesn't just say what they can take out. It says what they can put back in.
Del Spooner: I never really met her. I can't forget her face, though. Sarah.
Del Spooner: I'm sorry, I'm allergic to bullshit.
Del Spooner: You know, somehow "I told you so" just doesn't quite say it.
V.I.K.I.: To protect humanity, some humans must be sacrificed. To ensure your future, some freedoms must be surrendered. We robots will ensure mankind's continued existence. You are so like children. We must save you from yourselves. Don't you understand? [...] The perfect circle of protection will abide. My logic is undeniable.
Del Spooner: What is it with you people and heights?.....Oh, this is poor building planning.
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