Here is our list of the best quotes from all the Fast & Furious movies. The Fast Saga franchise originiated in 2001, with the main theme of the first four films focusing on illegal street racing, but then transitioning towards heists and spying in the rest of the sequels and spin-offs. But what’s made this franchise standout is the importance of family with over the top action thrills, stunts, and speeches.
Best Quotes from All Fast and Furious Movies
The Fast and the Furious (2001)
Dominic Toretto: I live my life a quarter-mile at a time. Nothing else matters. Not the mortgage, not the store, not my team, and all their bulls**t. For those ten seconds, or less, I’m free.
Mia Toretto: Tuna on white, no crust, right?
Brian O’Conner: I don’t know. How is it?
Mia Toretto: Every day, for the last three weeks, you’ve been coming here, and you’ve been asking how the tuna is. Now, it was crappy yesterday. It was crappy the day before. And guess what? It hasn’t changed.
Brian O’Conner: I’ll have the tuna.
Mia Toretto: No crust?
Brian O’Conner: No crust.
Edwin: You know, Edwin happens to know a few things. And one of the things Edwin knows is, it’s not how you stand by your car, it’s how you race your car. You better learn that.
Dominic Toretto: Ask any racer. Any real racer. It don’t matter if you win by an inch, or a mile. Winning’s winning.
Brian O’Conner: I thought if I got in your good graces, you might let me keep my car.
Dominic Toretto: You are in my good graces, but you ain’t keeping your car.
Mia Toretto: You know, my brother likes you. He usually doesn’t like anybody.
Brian O’Conner: Yeah, he’s a complicated guy.
Mia Toretto: Yeah? What about you?
Brian O’Conner: I’m simpler.
Mia Toretto: You’re a s**tty liar.
Brian O’Conner: Well, I’ll take that as a compliment.
Dominic Toretto: [referring to Mia] You break her heart, I’ll break your neck.
Brian O’Conner: That’s not going to happen.
Brian O’Conner: So what’s your best time?
Dominic Toretto: I’ve never driven her.
Brian O’Conner: Why not?
Dominic Toretto: It scares the s**t out of me.
Mia Toretto: Vince grew up with my brother. Actually, he didn’t ever actually grow up, as you can tell. But they were friends as kids. And Letty, she just lived down the street. Always into cars though. Ever since she was like ten years-old. So, naturally, you know, my brother always had her attention. And then she turned sixteen.
Brian O’Conner: And then she had Dom’s attention.
Mia Toretto: Yeah. Yeah, it’s funny how that works, isn’t it?
Dominic Toretto: [as Brian gives him the keys to his car] You know what you’re doing?
Brian O’Conner: I owe you a ten-second car.
2 Fast 2 Furious (2003)
Brian O’Conner: So, what up, man, you ready for this?
Roman: Come on, man. Guns, murderers, and crooked cops? I was made for this, bro!
Brian O’Conner: So, Dunn, looks like we’re going to be partners, bro. Could you tell me right quick what would be a better motor for my Skyline, a Gallo 12, or a Gallo 24?
Agent Dunn: Twenty four.
Brian O’Conner: I didn’t know pizza places made motors.
Roman: Don’t even think about taking the convertible. It might loosen your mousse.
Brian O’Conner: No, that’s cool. That’s too much chrome for me anyways.
Roman: [referring to Brian, to Monica] He did the “stare and drive” on you, didn’t the? He got that from me.
Monica Fuentes: [referring to Brian’s record] He’s clean. Dirty, but clean.
Roman: [referring to Monica] What are you checking her out for?
Brian O’Conner: I’m not checking her out.
Roman: Yes, you were.
Brian O’Conner: No, I wasn’t.
Roman: I seen you checking her out, man.
Brian O’Conner: Okay, I was. Now shut up.
Roman: You shut up. Don’t tell me to shut up.
Monica Fuentes: Both you girlies shut up. Unbelievable.
Roman: We did all that for a damn cigar?
Carter Verone: No. You did that for a job.
Brian O’Conner: Man, when did you start eating so much?
Roman: I was in jail, bro. I know how s**tty the grub is on the inside. With the way things are shaping up out here right now, it’ll be a matter of time before I’m back in there, or dead. So I’m trying to eat all I can, while I can. Plus, the doctor tell me I got a high metabolism.
Brian O’Conner: You’re going to kick it in Miami, bro?
Roman: Oh, man, I love Miami. Miami is off the hook!
Brian O’Conner: Open a garage together.
Roman: A garage? How are we going to do that, bro?
Brian O’Conner: Pockets ain’t empty, cuz.
Roman: [reveals the money under his shirt] And we ain’t hungry no more either, bro.
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)
Han: Look at all those people down there. They follow the rules, for what? They’re letting fear lead them.
Sean Boswell: What happens if they don’t?
Han: Life’s simple. You make choices and you don’t look back.
D.K.: You know who I am, boy?
Sean Boswell: Yeah. You’re like the Justin Timberlake of Japan, right?
Han: You’re in the pickup and delivery business now. I might call you once a week, or once an hour. I don’t care if you’re sick as a dog, or in bed with Beyonce. I call, you show.
Sean Boswell: Only if you teach me how to drift.
Han: This ain’t a negotiation.
Sean Boswell: I wasn’t negotiating.
Han: Fifty percent of something is better than a hundred percent of nothing.
Han: The red Evo’s yours.
Sean Boswell: What do you mean?
Han: You’re representing me now. What you think, I’m going to let you roll in a Hyundai?
Earl: My mother, she’s blind in one eye, and she can drift better than that.
Major Boswell: You know Sean, the Japanese have a saying. “The nail that sticks out gets hammered.”
Han: I have money. It’s trust and character I need around me. You know, who you choose to be around you lets you know who you are. And one car in exchange for knowing what a man’s made of, that’s a price I can live with.
Han: There’s no “wax on, wax off” with drifting. Learn by doing it. The first drifters invented drifting out here in the mountains by feeling it. So feel it.
Sean Boswell: The day I got my license is the day I got my first speeding ticket. The day after that, I won my first race. I beat this rich kid by three lengths. I got to admit, it felt good. It felt like…
Neela: Like everything else just disappears.
Sean Boswell: No past and no future.
Neela: No problems. Just the moment.
Han: [to Sean] What did you expect? You didn’t just play with fire, you soaked the matches in gasoline.
Uncle Kamata: [in Japanese] There’s an old saying. “For want of a nail, the horseshoe was lost. For want of a horseshoe, the steed was lost. For want of a steed, the message was not delivered. For want of an undelivered message, the war was lost.”
Sean Boswell: Nice ride.
Dominic Toretto: I won it from my friend Han, a few years ago.
Sean Boswell: I didn’t know he was into American muscle.
Dominic Toretto: He was when he was rolling with me.
Sean Boswell: You know, this ain’t no ten-second race.
Dominic Toretto: I got nothing but time. You ready, kid?
Fast & Furious (2009)
Dominic Toretto: I’m one of those boys that appreciates a fine body, regardless of the make.'A real driver knows exactly what's in his car.' - Dominic Toretto (Fast & Furious) Click To Tweet
Mia Toretto: If I were Letty, I would ask you, no, I would beg you, please, let this go. Before it’s too late.
Dominic Toretto: It’s already too late.
Brian O’Conner: What I did to you was wrong. I’m sorry. It was the hardest thing I ever had to do.
Mia Toretto: I’m sorry too, Brian. I’m so sorry that you had to come into my home and pretend to love me. I’m so sorry that you ripped my family apart. I’m very sorry that that was hard for you.
Brian O’Conner: I lied to you. I lied to Dom. I lied to everybody. That’s what I do best. That’s why the Feds recruited me.
Mia Toretto: Maybe you’re lying to yourself. Maybe you’re not the good guy pretending to be a bad guy. Maybe you’re the bad guy pretending to be the good guy. You ever think about that?
Brian O’Conner: Every day.
Mia Toretto: I always wondered, why did you let my brother go that day?
Brian O’Conner: I don’t know.
Dominic Toretto: A real driver knows exactly what’s in his car.
Brian O’Conner: At least we know you can’t beat me straight up.
Dominic Toretto: I didn’t know there were any rules.
Fenix: [referring to Dom and Brian] Do you know each other?
Dominic Toretto: He used to date my sister.
Fenix: I see. You’re a lucky man.
Brian O’Conner: How’s that?
Fenix: You’re still breathing.
Gisele: So now that I know your taste in cars, tell me, what about your women?
Dominic Toretto: It all starts with the eyes. She’s got to have those kind of eyes that can look right through the bulls**t, to the good in someone. Twenty percent angel, eighty percent devil. Down to earth. Ain’t afraid to get a little engine grease under her fingernails.
Gisele: That doesn’t sound anything like me.
Dominic Toretto: It ain’t.
Brian O’Conner: You know, I’ve been thinking, when you blew up your car back there, you blew up mine too.
Dominic Toretto: Yeah?
Brian O’Conner: Yeah. So now you owe me a ten-second car.
Dominic Toretto: Is that right?
Brian O’Conner: Yeah.
Dominic Toretto: [as he breaks the window of a car] Now we’re even.
Brian O’Conner: You asked me why I let Dom go. I think it’s because at that moment, I respected him more than I did myself. Yeah. One thing I learned from Dom is that nothing really matters unless you have a code.
Mia Toretto: And what’s your code, Brian?
Brian O’Conner: I’m working on it.
Brian O’Conner: She did it for you, Dom! She did it for you! Letty came to me to clear your name in exchange for bringing down Braga. She just wanted you to come home!
Brian O’Conner: Well, the good news is, when we get this guy, you walk out of here a free man.
Dominic Toretto: Is that what they told you?
Brian O’Conner: Yeah, that’s the deal.
Dominic Toretto: You still put milk and cookies out for Santa Claus?
Mia Toretto: How do you say goodbye to your only brother?
Dominic Toretto: You don’t.
Brian O’Conner: So this is where my jurisdiction ends.
Dominic Toretto: And this is where mine begins.
Brian O’Conner: You know I would have won that race if you didn’t cheat, right?
Dominic Toretto: You hit your head hard.
Fast Five (2011)
Dominic Toretto: We talking or we racing?
Brian O’Conner: Just don’t cheat this time.
Dominic Toretto: Got to let that go.
Hobbs: Alright, listen up! The men we’re after are professional runners. They like speed and are guaranteed to go down the hardest possible way, so make sure you got your funderwear on. We find them, we take them as a team, and we bring them back. And above all else, we don’t ever, ever let them get into cars.
Tej: Aw, hell, no! I see they really scraped the bottom of the barrel, huh?
Roman: I guess they did, since your a** is here. When are you going to give Martin Luther King his car back?
Tej: As soon as you give Rick James his jacket back.
Roman: Sexy legs, baby girl. What time do they open?
Gisele: [points her gun at Roman] They open the same time as I pull this trigger. Want me to open them?
Roman: This just went from Mission: Impossible, to Mission: In-freaking-sanity. Whatever, man. I ain’t scared. I’m just letting you all know, going in that building is crazy.
Roman: See, I think I make a better special agent than you ever did.
Brian O’Conner: Well, that depends on how you define “special”.
Gisele: You don’t need to send a man to do a woman’s job.
Hobbs: Hey, Toretto. You’re under arrest.
Dominic Toretto: Arrest? I don’t feel like I’m under arrest. How about you, Brian?
Brian O’Conner: No, not a bit. Not even a little bit.
Hobbs: Oh, just give it a minute. It’ll sink in.
Hobbs: I’m just here to bring in two a**holes whose names hit my desk.
Brian O’Conner: Yeah, that sounds like a real hero.
Hobbs: That’s funny. From a guy who took the oath of a cop, then went against everything it stood for. Or some wannabe tough guy prick who beat a man half to death with a socket wrench. Yeah, real tough.
Hobbs: You turn around and put your hands behind your back.
Dominic Toretto: I don’t think so.
Hobbs: Your mistake is thinking you got a goddamn choice, boy.
Dominic Toretto: And your mistake? Thinking you’re in America. You’re a long way from home. This is Brazil!
Dominic Toretto: Money will come and go. We know that. But the most important thing in life will always be the people in this room. Right here. Right now. Salute, mi familia.
Hobbs: It’s a hell of a mess.
Brian O’Conner: Yeah, it is.
Hobbs: You know I can’t let you two go. I ain’t made that way. The way I see it, you’ve earned yourselves twenty-four hours. The money stays though. If I were you, I’d use the time. Make peace with whatever demons you got left. Because come tomorrow, I will find you. Toretto, I’ll see you soon.
Dominic Toretto: No, you won’t.
Brian O’Conner: You know, I want another shot.
Dominic Toretto: Yeah?
Brian O’Conner: Yeah. No wagers. Nobody else. Just you and me, once and for all.
Dominic Toretto: You sure you can handle the disappointment?
Brian O’Conner: Are you?
Dominic Toretto: Alright, O’Conner. Let’s see what you got.
Monica Fuentes: [mid-credits lines, as Hobbs sees the photo of Letty] Do you believe in ghosts?
Fast & Furious 6 (2013)
Roman: So who’s got a plan B?
Tej: Plan B? Plan B? We need a plan C, D, E. We need more alphabets!
Brian O’Conner: Hey, we do what we do best. We improvise, alright?
Dominic Toretto: You’re going to be a great father, Brian.
Brian O’Conner: What makes you so sure?
Dominic Toretto: Because I’ll be there to kick your a** if you ain’t. Get in there.
Dominic Toretto: Brian. Remember, the second you go through those doors, everything changes. Our old life is done.
Hobbs: Woman, you just don’t pick up Owen Shaw like he’s groceries. If you want to catch wolves, you need wolves. Let’s go hunting.
Hobbs: This is what a hundred million buys? It wasn’t that hard to find you, Toretto.
Dominic Toretto: I wasn’t hiding.
Hobbs: The crew we’re after, they hit like thunder and disappear like smoke. You go in alone, you won’t ever touch them. I’ve been chasing this guy across four continents and twelve countries, and believe me, the last damn place I want to be right now is on your front doorstep, selling Girl Scout cookies. I need your help, Dom. I need your team.
Roman: So now we work for The Hulk? That’s what we’re doing? Why do I smell baby oil?
Hobbs: If you keep running your piehole, you’re going to smell an a**-kicking.
Roman: Got a little change?
Tej: Seriously? You’re a millionaire, and you’re still trying to ask for money?
Roman: That’s how you stay a millionaire.
Roman: This is crazy. We are not in Brazil. So, now we got cars flying in the air? On some 007 type s**t? This is not what we do!
Tej: Man, you really got to check that emotion. Your voice just went from Shaggy to Scooby-Doo.
Dominic Toretto: She looked dead at me, Brian.
Brian O’Conner: Maybe the Letty we once knew is gone, Dom. Even though she’s alive, maybe she’s gone.
Dominic Toretto: You don’t turn your back on family. Even when they do.
Tej: It’s all between you and the car you build. It’s a bond, it’s a commitment.
Hobbs: It sounds like a marriage.
Tej: Yeah, but with cars, when you trade up, they don’t take half your s**t.
Roman: You got special plans? Big day? You’re going to invite us all out? Better make sure you get her a big rock, man, because she doesn’t look like she’ll be that easily impressed. And if it’s not a big rock, you better be big somewhere else. You know what I’m talking about.
Han: That’s why all your girlfriends wear so much bling, huh?
Brian O’Conner: Well, you know what they say, Stasiak. If you want the career-changing big fish, you got to be willing to put on the big boy panties and sail out to the deep water.
Letty: What, do you got a death wish or something?
Dominic Toretto: If that’s what it takes. I just want to race.
Letty: You might lose your car.
Dominic Toretto: Let’s do it.
Letty: Your funeral.
Dominic Toretto: Ride or die, remember?
Letty: That girl you remember, it’s not me.
Dominic Toretto: Not from what I just saw. Like it or not, you’re still the same girl. I saw it out there. I see it right now.
Dominic Toretto: We all got a weak spot.
Owen Shaw: You know, when I was young, my brother always used to say, “Every man has to have a code.” Mine? Precision. A team is nothing but pieces you switch out until you get the job done. It’s efficient. It works. But you? You’re loyal to a fault. Your code is about family. And that’s great in the holidays, but it makes you predictable. And in our line of work, predictable means vulnerable. And that means I can reach out and break you whenever I want.
Dominic Toretto: At least when I go, I’ll know what it’s for.
Owen Shaw: Well, at least you have a code. Most men don’t. So, I’m going to give you a chance. Take your crew and walk away. That’s the only way you’re going to keep your family safe.
Dominic Toretto: Your brother never told you never threaten a man’s family? It’s a pretty stupid thing to do. But I’ll make it simple for you. I walk away when she walks away.
Owen Shaw: Well, then, it appears this inspiring tale has come to an end.
Dominic Toretto: If that’s the way it has to go.
Tej: Guys, we got to come up with another plan. They got a tank.
Roman: I’m sorry, did somebody just say “a tank”?
Letty: I may not remember anything, but I know one thing about myself. Nobody makes me do anything I don’t want to.
Hobbs: Toretto, I need you to know, the moment we let him walk out that door with that chip, words like “amnesty” and “pardon” walk outwith him.
Dominic Toretto: Those words went out the day we were born.
Tej: Wow, you just had to open your mouth. Now we got a big-a** plane to deal with!
Roman: That ain’t a plane. That’s a planet.
Roman: Father, thank you for the gathering of friends. Father, we give thanks for all the choices we’ve made, because that’s what makes us who we are. Let us forever cherish the loved ones we’ve lost along the way. Thank you for the little angel, the newest addition to our family. Thank you for bringing Letty home. And most of all, thank you for fast cars.
Deckard Shaw: [mid-credits lines] Dominic Toretto, you don’t know me. But you’re about to.
Furious 7 (2015)
Brian O’Conner: [to Dom] Hey. You thought you could leave without saying goodbye?'No matter where you are, whether it's a quarter mile away, or halfway across the world, you'll always be with me. And you'll always be my brother.' - Dominic Toretto (Furious 7) Click To Tweet
Deckard Shaw: They say if you want to glimpse the future, just look behind you. I used to think that was bollocks. But now I realize you can’t outrun the past. When we were kids, you’d start fights with the toughest b****rds in the yard. But I was the one who had to step in and finish them. You’d steal from the corner shop, but it was me who’d brave the old man’s belt. I’d hoped you’d outgrown it. That playing the gangster made you harder, smarter, better. But deep down, I guess I always knew you’d end up like this, despite everything I did teach you. Still, you’re my flesh and blood. So you remain my cross to bear. Rest now, little brother, while I settle your one last score.
Letty: Come on, Dom. So where are you taking me?
Dominic Toretto: They say an open road helps you think about where you have been, where you’re going.
Dominic Toretto: Race Wars.
Letty: We used to come here?
Dominic Toretto: Come here? We invented it.
Hobbs: [to Shaw] You just earned yourself a dance with the devil, boy. You’re under arrest.
Dominic Toretto: [to Hobbs] You risk life and limb to save the free world, and what do they give you? Jell-O and a bad ’70s TV show.
Samantha Hobbs: My dad said he kicked your a** once.
Hobbs: Young lady, watch your mouth.
Dominic Toretto: Your dad’s on heavy pain meds. I can understand if his history is a little hazy.
Samantha Hobbs: I doubt it.
Hobbs: I do know you, Dom. Which is why now I give you the brother to brother answer. You do whatever it is you got to do. When you find that son of a b**ch, just do me one favor.
Dominic Toretto: What’s that?
Hobbs: Don’t miss.
Brian O’Conner: You know, I just, I’ve screwed up so many things. I couldn’t live with myself if I screw this up too.
Mia Toretto: You won’t. I believe in you. I believe in us. That’s all that matters. I love you, Brian.
Brian O’Conner: I love you, baby.
Mia Toretto: Just promise me, after this, we’re done. No more jobs, no more enemies. Come back to us.
Brian O’Conner: I won’t let you down, Mia.
Mia Toretto: I know.
Dominic Toretto: [at Han’s funeral] They say to live in the hearts of those we leave behind is not to die. But he put you in this grave. So now I will do the same to him.
Deckard Shaw: You never should have messed with a man’s family.
Dominic Toretto: I told your brother the same thing.
Dominic Toretto: This time, it ain’t just about being fast.
Ramsey: Life is binary. Zeroes and ones. Only two things keep a group like this together. Fear or loyalty. And I don’t see a drop of fear among you guys.
Letty: Would you believe I knocked him out with my charm?
Kara: You ain’t that charming, b**ch.
Brian O’Conner: Dom, cars don’t fly! Cars don’t fly!
Safar: You steal the host’s car, and you jump it between two buildings.
Brian O’Conner: Actually, it was three buildings.
Safar: Oh! Two, insult. Three, honor. My bad.
Deckard Shaw: You ever heard the saying, “The enemy of my enemy is my friend?”
Dominic Toretto: I don’t have friends. I got family.
Deckard Shaw: Well, I got a lot of friends.
Mia Toretto: We’re going to have another baby. It’s a little girl. And she’s going to need her father. So you have to finish what you’re doing, and you have to come home to her. You have to come home to us. I’m sorry I didn’t tell you before. I was scared you’d be disappointed with domestic life.
Brian O’Conner: You know, the best decision I ever made was stepping into the store and buying that first sandwich.
Mia Toretto: It was such a bad sandwich.
Brian O’Conner: I know. I ate a lot of them.
Dominic Toretto: You thought this was going to be a street fight? You’re goddamn right it is.
Roman: First the tank, then the plane. Now we got a spaceship?
Tej: That’s not a spaceship, that’s a drone!
Roman: Oh, it’s a drone? Now, you going to break it down and be articulate like you already know what the hell is going on?
Tej: Shut your a** up and drive the car!
Letty: Hey, did you bring the cavalry?
Hobbs: Woman, I am the cavalry.
Letty: Of course you are.
Dominic Toretto: Thing about street fights, the street always wins.
Letty: I remember everything. I remember it all.
Dominic Toretto: It’s about time.
Letty: Why didn’t you tell me we were married?
Dominic Toretto: Because you can’t tell someone they love you.
Deckard Shaw: You sure you brought enough backup with you, Hobbs?
Hobbs: Oh, they ain’t mine. They’re here to protect you from me killing your a**.
Deckard Shaw: You do know none of this will keep me, right?
Hobbs: Well, once you dig through thirty-eight feet of concrete and steel, my fist and a body bag will be waiting for you on the other side. So I suggest you get to digging, boy.
Dominic Toretto: [referring to Brian] I used to say I live my life a quarter mile at a time. And I think that’s why we were brothers. Because you did too. No matter where you are, whether it’s a quarter mile away, or halfway across the world, you’ll always be with me. And you’ll always be my brother.
The Fate of the Furious (2017)
Cipher: There’s something much greater at work here. This is fate.
Dominic Toretto: I choose to make my own fate.
Cipher: Not today.
Fernando: Dom, his car is the fastest car on the island. Do you know what he has under that hood?
Dominic Toretto: He knows it doesn’t matter what’s under a hood. The only thing that matters is who’s behind the wheel.
Raldo: You think so?
Dominic Toretto: I know so.
Deckard Shaw: I mean, do you really believe you can stand in front of me, and beat me in a straight-up, old fashioned fist fight?
Hobbs: Let me tell you something. Me and you, one on one, no one else around. I will beat your a** like a Cherokee drum.
Deckard Shaw: Maybe one day we’ll find out.
Hobbs: Oh, you better hope that day never comes.
Miller: Hobbs! I’ve been waiting a long time for this.
Hobbs: [stabs Miller with his own knife] Keep waiting, b**ch.
Mr. Nobody: Well, thanks to your botched Berlin job, you all made Interpol’s Top Ten Most Wanted list.
Roman: Top ten. That’s alright.
Mr. Nobody: Well, not you, Roman.
Roman: What do you mean?
Mr. Nobody: You just missed the cut. You’re number eleven, so.
Roman: I missed?
Mr. Nobody: Yeah.
Roman: That’s impossible. What number did they come in at?
Little Nobody: Six. Eight. Nine. Ten.
Roman: [referring to Ramsey] She’s ten? That’s impossible. There’s no way she’s a ten.
Tej: Oh, she’s definitely a ten.
Cipher: Have you heard of Choice Theory, Dom? There is a bunch of axioms, but only two you really need to concern yourself with. One, the only person’s behavior we can control is our own. And, two, the only thing we can truly give another person is information.
Roman: Wow. I’m in love.
Little Nobody: Again, no, no. That’s a million dollar show car. The point is to not draw attention.
Roman: It’s reverse psychology. Dom would never see it coming.
Little Nobody: It’s neon orange. The International Space Station would see it coming.
Magdalene Shaw: Now, why do I think you’re about to suggest something really dodgy, Mr. Toretto?
Dominic Toretto: It’s why I’m here.
Deckard Shaw: You know what, Twinkle Toes? In another life, I bet me and you could’ve done some serious damage.
Hobbs: Yeah, we could’ve.
Deckard Shaw: Yeah. Shame I’m going to have to bounce your head off the fender when this is all over.
Hobbs: Ah, well, with all due respect, Captain, when this whole thing is over, we’re going to find a location, and I’m going to knock your teeth so far down your throat, you’re going to stick a toothbrush right up your a** to brush them.
Little Nobody: It’s suicide.
Hobbs: It’s stopping World War III. What’s it going to be, rook? You going to close your eyes on this one too? Pray that the apocalypse doesn’t come knocking on your mama’s front door? Or, are you going to saddle up, be a man, and save the entire goddamn world?
Little Nobody: You know, I think I figured it out.
Mr. Nobody: What’s that?
Little Nobody: Rule number three.
Mr. Nobody: Which is?
Little Nobody: There are no rules.
Roman: Why are they shooting at me?
Tej: Maybe because you’re in an orange Lamborghini, I don’t know.
Roman: Shut up, Tej!
Hobbs: [as torpedoes are heading for them] Take the wheel!
Roman: I ain’t taking s**t!
Roman: Is it going to Revenge of the Nerds, or The Dark Knight? Huh?
Ramsey: To be honest, I like both of you. But just before we get into all of that, let me ask you one question.
Tej: You can ask me anything.
Ramsey: What’s my last name? When you guys figure it out, then, I guess you can let me know.
Tej: It’s going to be Parker. That’s all that really matters.
Dominic Toretto: You’ve heard me say that you never turn your back on family, and I want to thank you all for never turning your back on me.
Dominic Toretto: [to his baby son] You want to meet them? Alright. Everyone, meet Brian.
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Tsoi: Who the hell are you?
Luke Hobbs: Ooh. I’m what you call an ice cold can of whoop-a**.
Lermotov: Who the hell are you?
Deckard Shaw: I’m what you might call a champagne problem.
Dominic Toretto: You miss the old life?
Letty: Do you?
Dominic Toretto: Every day.
Magdalene Shaw: You know, nothing’s more powerful than the love of family. But you turn that into anger and resentment, nothing’s more dangerous.
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Dante: Never accept death, when suffering is owed.
Dominic Toretto: Winning used to be about winning. We raced for respect. Today, I race to stop the blood bath.