17 anarchy quotes, film quotes, movie lines, taglines

From the movie: SLC Punk!

Posers were people who looked like punks but they did it for fashion. And they were fools, they’d say “anarchy in the UK”. What the fuck’s that? Anarchy in the UK. What good is that to those of us in Utah, America? It was a Sex Pistols thing.
Matthew Lillard – Stevo

In: The Art of Acting and Filmmaking

“There is a certain combination of anarchy and discipline in the way I work.”
Robert De Niro

In: The Art of Acting and Filmmaking

“I think any good actor is an anarchist. They have to be.”
Sam Rockwell

From the movie: SLC Punk!

“To be an anarchist in Salt Lake City was certainly no easy task, especially in 1985. And having no money, no job, no plans for the future, the true anarchist position was in itself a strenuous job.”
Matthew Lillard – Stevo

From the movie: The Mist

“- Amanda Dunfrey: People are basically good; decent. My God, David, we’re a civilized society.
– David Drayton: Sure, as long as the machines are working and you can dial 911. But you take those things away, you throw people in the dark, you scare the shit out of them, no more rules.”
Laurie Holden – Amanda Dunfrey
Jeffrey DeMunn – Dan Miller

From the movie: The Handmaid’s Tale

“In the days of evil and anarchy you had freedom to, now you are granted freedom from. Don’t underrate it.”
Victoria Tennant – Aunt Lydia

From the movie: Miller’s Crossing

“It’s gettin’ so a businessman can’t expect no return from a fixed fight. Now, if you can’t trust a fix, what can you trust? For a good return, you gotta go bettin’ on chance – and then you’re back with anarchy, right back in the jungle.”
Jon Polito – Johnny Caspar

From the movie: The Crow

“Greed is for amateurs. Disorder, chaos, anarchy: now that’s fun!”
Michael Wincott – Top Dollar

From the movie: SLC Punk!

“I am an anarchist. I believe that there should be no rules, only chaos. Fighting appears to be chaos.”
Matthew Lillard – Stevo

From the movie: The Russia House

“- CIA Interrogator: Have you ever met any jazz musicians you would describe, or who would describe themselves, as anarchists?
– Barley: Hmmm… ah, there was a trombone player, Wilfred Baker. He’s the only jazz musician I can think of who is completely devoid of anarchist tendencies.”
George Roth – CIA Interrogator
Sir Sean Connery – Barley

From the movie: Blown Away

“I’ve come here to create a new country for you called chaos, and a new government called anarchy.”
Tommy Lee Jones – Gaerity

From the movie: Black Legion

“I will exert every possible means in my power for the extermination of the anarchist, the Roman hierarchy and their abettors.”

Humphrey Bogart – Frank Taylor

From the movie: Spice World

“When the rabbit of chaos is pursued by the ferret of disorder through the fields of anarchy, it is time to hang your pants on the hook of darkness. Whether they’re clean or not.”
Sir Roger Moore – Chief

From the movie: The Butcher’s Wife

“- Marina Lemke: It’s beautiful!
– Leo Lemke: It’s vandalism!”

Demi Moore – Marina Lemke
George Dzundza – Leo Lemke

From the movie: Hammett

“- Hammett: Kit, this is Eli, last of the IWW organizers.
– Kit Conger: Are you really a Wobbly?
– Eli the Taxi Driver: No, that’s just Hammett talkin’. What I am now is sort of an anarchist, with syndicalist tendencies.”
Frederic Forrest – Hammett
Marilu Henner – Kit Conger
Elisha Cook Jr. – Eli the Taxi Driver

From the movie: Play It to the Bone

“Church music? It’s too good for the Church. Jesus was too good for the Church, ya’ ask me. You know, he shook things up. He was… he was an anarchist, ya’ know? He, uh, he threw the money lenders outta the temple. First thing he’s gonna do when he comes back is torch the Vatican!”
Woody Harrelson – Vince Boudreau

From the movie: Mad Max 2

“Without fuel they were nothing. They’d built a house of straw. The thundering machines sputtered and stopped. Their leaders talked and talked and talked. But nothing could stem the avalanche. Their world crumbled. The cities exploded. A whirlwind of looting, a firestorm of fear. Men began to feed on men. On the roads it was a white line…”

Harold Baigent – Voice of Narrator