蜘蛛侠2 Spider-Man 2 （2004） 一段动人的台词 Hero
You will never guess what he wants to be, the spider man.
He knows a hero when he sees one. Too few characters out there, flying around like that, saving old girls like me.
And Lord knows, kids like Henry need a hero. Courageous, self-sacrificing people. Setting examples for all of us.
Everybody loves a hero. People line up for them, cheer them, scream their names. And years later, they'll tell how they stood in the rain for hours just to get a glimpse of the one who taught them how to hold on a second longer.
I believe there's a hero in all of us, that keeps us honest, gives us strength, makes us noble, and finally allows us to die with pride, even though sometimes we have to be steady, and give up the thing we want the most, even our dreams.
Are we on the right side on this one?
We are on a necessary side. People I thought with all my heart were guilty turned out to be innocent. And people I thought were saints...they weren't. That's why you don't go on instinct. You wait, you listen, and watch. Eventually, everyone reveals themself.
When they see you cry, it makes them happy. So get it out of your system here. [I had a friend. Went through the same thing. Said it was hell for a few months.] Harden yourself. Ignore what people say. Keep your head down and keep working. Work is your friend. Don't watch TV, don't look at the Internet. Do you have a book? Then read it. Keep it with you at all times. Don't give them the satisfaction of making eye contact. It's hard. But it ends.
You know, people can lie and still be telling the truth. Nobody's a hundred percent of any one thing.
Most people think I didn't want kids, and that's why I made my work my life. What they don't realize, it's really just the opposite.
Yes. Work. It's what gives it all meaning.
It's good to be wanted.
You're a clown. What's worse is you're a smart clown who occasionally has a point, a point you destroy by mixing up with racism and misogyny you probably don't even believe. When you were little, someone rejected you or made fun of you, and now you get to be one of the mean guys, making fun of others.
(And you get to be the principal? Outraged?)
No, I just have better things to do.
You think this is some grand rebellion against progressives and social justice warriors, it's not. You're just some kid in the corner pissing yourself, so have at it.
(You've lost, Diane. And you're upset 'cause I am the embodiment of free speech.)
No, but you are what we have to tolerate, so thank you. Now go.
We all know we get close to the line sometimes. Now, we try to stay on the right side of the law. You want to be a good lawyer, you need to get close to that line and you know that.
(I just want to know the truth.)
Then die. That's how you know the truth. Die. And God'll tell you.
(Do you believe him?)
It's not about what I believe, it's about what we can prove.
(That's not what I asked.)
Reverend...I have been around too long to know better than to expect anything from my heroes other than feet of clay. I don't care one way or the other. I just want to beat this son of a bitch.
We had fun. Both know it wasn't for life. We don't do "For life."
Carl, you said this was a battle between the firm's heart and its head. But it's not. It's about the past or the future. Your past glories have a lot to teach us, but this is now. The fights are now, and Adrian knows how to fight them. I vote for Adrian.
(Hmm. That's the problem with the world today, huh? You think the fights are different now. But you're wrong. They're exactly the same.)
No, I've seen lucky. That was smart.
Well, life has a way of reminding you of who you are. Guess I'm not the retiring type.
But the report also points to a problematic area.
Yes. You need to asset yourself more. Speak up.
(I'm sorry. I want to...)
Maia. There is your third apology in 30 seconds. Forget apologizing. Jump in. Don't hesitate. Look, choose a partner...Diane, Thomas...and you follow them around all day.
24 hours. Learn from them.
You don't take no for an answer. Insist on following them around, Okay?
Eye contact, always. Don't back down. Advance. Don't ever, ever, ever retreat.
There's a whole lot of people who want to see this country fail, Diane.
(Are you talking about our clients?)
Not just. It's a grim time out there.
It feels like something's come detached. You know, like a piece of machinery that doesn't sound right.
(So what do we do?)
The same thing we're doing. The only constant is the law. Everybody running around out there doing God knows what. The only constant we have is the law.