Jesse and Céline engage in a conversation about their favorite words, setting the tone for the film's exploration of personal connections and shared experiences.
The Joker (Heath Ledger) poses this chilling question, encapsulating his chaotic and unpredictable nature in Christopher Nolan's Batman film.
Detective David Mills (Brad Pitt) asks this question during a pivotal scene in the psychological thriller, as he discovers a mysterious box that becomes a symbol of the film's dark themes.
Spoken by Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro), this line has become one of the most iconic moments in film history. It reflects the character's descent into madness and isolation.
Joel (Jim Carrey) asks this poignant question as he grapples with the idea of erasing memories of a past relationship.
Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) raises this question as characters in the film confront the concept of reality within the simulated world of the Matrix.
Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of Anthony Burgess's novel delves into the nature of free will and morality as the protagonist grapples with behavioral conditioning.
Ridley Scott's film, based on Philip K. Dick's novel, contemplates the humanity of artificially created beings known as Replicants, sparking discussions about the nature of consciousness.