Quotations from Righteous Kill
Righteous Kill is a mystery crime-drama film about two veteran New York City detectives as they work to solve the case of serial executions of criminals with short poems left on their bodies. The story begins by showing the police psychologists reviewing a confession by David Fisk as the "Poetry Boy" killer, but things aren't all what they seem. Directed by Jon Avnet. Starring Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Donnie Wahlberg, and John Leguizamo.
Righteous Kill received mostly negative reviews upon its release and saw only moderate success in theaters. Generally, the reviews mentioned how tired they were of seeing De Niro and Pacino working together. As well, the film was marked within The Times "100 Worst Films of 2008". Nonetheless, sometimes it's fun to watch a Pacino and De Niro flick and not have anything to worry about. Read on for some quotes from the film Righteous Kill.
Turk: Most people respect the badge. Everyone respects the gun.
Turk: Nothing wrong with a little shooting, as long as the right people get shot.
Turk: You don't become a cop because you want to serve and protect. You join the force because they let you carry a gun and a badge. You do it because you get respect.
Turk: When you walk outside, watch your back.
Turk: I've been a cop in the NYPD for over 30 years.
Why did you become a cop?
Rooster: Where I come from it was either a gun and a badge or a hardhat and a hammer.
Like carrying a gun?
Turk: There's nothing wrong with a little shooting as long as the right people get shot.
Dr. Prosky: How do you feel when You've fired your weapon?
Turk: Dirty Harry said there's nothing wrong with a little shooting, as long as the right people get shot.
Dr. Prosky: And when the wrong people get shot?
Turk: It sucks... but I'd rather be in than out.
Rooster: So long, Tom.
Turk: Where are you going?
Rooster: I dunno. To hell, I suppose.
Rooster: He's gonna kill again. You know it, and I know it.
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