Fantastic Mr. Fox Quotes

Found 39 quotes.
[ Page 1 of 2 ]
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • Press CTRL + C to copy code to your clipboard.
    <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
"Mr. Fox: [addressing the others from atop a pile of bricks] In a way, I'm almost glad that flood interrupted us because I don't like the toast I was giving. I'm gonna start over.
[Mr. Fox switches on his radio. "Le Grand Choral" plays. He gestures as if holding a wine glass]
Mr. Fox: When I look down this table, with the exquisite feast set before us, I see: two terrific lawyers, a skilled pediatrician, a wonderful chef, a savvy real estate agent, an excellent tailor, a crack accountant, a gifted musician, pretty good minnow fisherman, and possibly the best landscape painter working on the scene today. Maybe a few of you might even read my column from time to time, Who knows? I tend to doubt it.
[brief pause]
Mr. Fox: I also see a room full of wild animals.
[He approaches their groups as he speaks]
Mr. Fox: Wild animals, with true natures and pure talents. Wild animals with scientific-sounding Latin names that mean something about our DNA. Wild animals each with his own strengths and weaknesses due to his or her species.
[re-ascends the brick pile]
Mr. Fox: Anyway, I think it may very well be all the beautiful differences among us that might just give us the tiniest glimmer of a chance of saving my nephew, and letting me make it up to you for getting us into this, this crazy... whatever it is. I don't know. It's just a thought. Thank you for listening. Cheers, everyone.
[mimics draining the imaginary glass and smashing it to the floor]
Kylie: Lets eat!
[All eyes turn to Kylie]
Kylie: What? I was just playin' along with the bit he was doing..."
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>
.
  • Comment
  • Add Topic
  • <EMBED>


Add this widget to your website!



You Might Like This Author

Saint Augustine
Birth: 0354-11-13 Death: 0430-08-28

"The purpose of all wars...is peace."

One of the greatest influences of the church, St. Augustine was the son of a Christian mother and a pagan father. He converted to Christianity at the age of 31, drifting through different beliefs and doctrines throughout his early life. St. Augustine's most far reaching works were "Confessions" and "On the City of God," the latter the study of Christianity's relationship with secular society. St. Augustine was a persuasive advocate of orthodoxy and episcopacy as the path to saving grace. His written works as well as his advocacy helped create a bridge between the ancient and medieval r…



"The words you need by the people you admire."

Copyright © 2002-2013 Great Quotes.com


Contact