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Author Information

Name
Charles Matthew
Last name
Hunnam
Pseudonym
Charlie Hunnam
Born
April 10, 1980
Gender
male
Nationality
English
Profession
actor
Zodiac sign
Aries

Charlie Hunnam Movies

  • Triple Frontier
  • The Gentlemen
  • King Arthur: Legend of…
  • Crimson Peak
  • Pacific Rim
  • Deadfall
  • Cold Mountain
  • Abandon
  • Nicholas Nickleby

Charlie Hunnam movie quotes, phrases and lines

From the movie: Triple Frontier

“I was the best of the best, able to shut down, control, manipulate; all basic human instincts towards one goal: The completion of my mission. But the effects of committing extreme violence on other human beings are biological and physiological. That’s the price of being a warrior.”
Charlie Hunnam – William ‘Ironhead’ Miller

From the movie: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

“- Vortigern: You and I have a lot more in common than you think. It’s not just the same blood we share, but also the same interests. We both developed a palate for power.
– Arthur: I’ve never had any power, or any desire to achieve it. Sire, I could simply drift away never to be seen again.
– Vortigern: As much as I would like to believe you,…” (continue)
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Jude Law – Vortigern
Charlie Hunnam – Arthur

From the movie: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

“Why have enemies when you can have friends?”
Charlie Hunnam – Arthur

From the movie: The Gentlemen

“- Brown: What am I guilty of?
– Ray: Being a cunt, Brown. Being a cunt.”

Max Bennett – Brown
Charlie Hunnam – Ray

“Everybody, at some point in their life, has fallen down and not felt like getting back up, but you have to, no matter how difficult it is.”
Charlie Hunnam

“Good-quality travel and good-quality food are the two luxuries that I never have any guilt indulging in.”
Charlie Hunnam

In: About Colleagues

“There are definitely worse people to be compared with. I think Brad Pitt makes interesting decisions.”
Charlie HunnamOn Brad Pitt

“It’s generally more fun playing the villain.”
Charlie Hunnam

From the movie: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

“I’ll talk, I’m happy to talk. But there is no way that I am fighting.”
Charlie Hunnam – Arthur

From the movie: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

“- Arthur: So what happens now?
– Vortigern: You know what happens now. You’re quickly becoming a legend.”

Charlie Hunnam – Arthur
Jude Law – Vortigern

From the movie: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

“- Vortigern: What kind of man would you have become if had you inherited your father’s kingdom and all its advantages instead of being raised in a brothel? What gave you such drive, hmmm?
– Arthur: You wanted to know what gave me such drive. It was you. You put me in that brothel. You cut me on the streets. I am here now because of you. You…” (continue)
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Jude Law – Vortigern
Charlie Hunnam – Arthur

From the movie: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

“- Back Lack: What a waste of brandy.
– Arthur: But doesn’t it make the palace burn well?”

Neil Maskell – Back Lack
Charlie Hunnam – Arthur

From the movie: King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

“- Bill: You’ve made quite a celebrity of yourself among the Blackleg ranks.
– Bedivere: You’ve done very nicely on the back of your cozy relationship with your King’s men.
– Arthur: I’m a little old for finger-wagging and speeches. So unless you’re my dad, which… I believe is unlikely, can you just get around to telling me exactly what it is…” (continue)
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Aidan Gillen – Bill
Djimon Hounsou – Bedivere
Charlie Hunnam – Arthur

From the movie: Pacific Rim

“- Raleigh Becket: This is worth fighting for. We don’t have to just obey him.
– Mako Mori: It’s not obedience, Mr. Becket; it’s respect.”

Charlie Hunnam – Raleigh Becket
Rinko Kikuchi – Mako Mori

From the movie: Cold Mountain

“- Bosie: I give you my gun and you’ll shoot me dead.
– Inman: I will not shoot you, but nor am I walking down that mountain looking over my shoulder for you.
– Bosie: That’s what you call a conundrum. I tell you what I’ve got on my side.
– Inman: What have you got on your side?
– Bosie: The confidence of youth.”

Jude Law – Inman
Charlie Hunnam – Bosie

From the movie: Abandon

“Sopranos, this piece was written by monks who believed in God. They’re singing not to other monks, but to God. They’re singing to God about God. And you think I’m a tough audience.”
Charlie Hunnam – Embry Larkin

From the movie: Nicholas Nickleby

“Weakness is tiring, but strength is exhausting.”
Charlie Hunnam – Nicholas Nickleby

From the movie: Nicholas Nickleby

“My father told me that the great journey of my life would be to find such a person. But, I am nearly 20 years of age and I fear he may be wrong.”
Charlie Hunnam – Nicholas Nickleby