Ellen Brody: Martin hates boats. Martin hates water. Martin... Martin sits in his car when we go on the ferry to the mainland. I guess it's a childhood thing. It's a... there's a clinical name for it isn't there? Brody: Drowning.Jaws
Martin Vanger: It might amuse you that while you were upstairs having moose with me and Liv, who, by the way, finds me conventional, I had Irina down there in that cage. Martin Vanger: [points to cage and Mikael sees it] Martin Vanger: Who's Irina, y...The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Martin: [speaking to Debbie for the first time in five years] Debbie, Debbie, Debbie, don't you remember? I'm Martin, I'm Martin, your brother, remember? Debbie, remember back. Martin: [pause] Do you remember how I used to let you ride my horse? And ...The Searchers
Martins: I guess nobody really knew Harry like he did... like I did. Calloway: How long ago ? Martins: Back in school. I was never so lonesome in my life until he showed up. Calloway: When did you see him last ? Martins: September, '39. Calloway: Whe...The Third Man
Calloway: Go home Martins, like a sensible chap. You don't know what you're mixing in, get the next plane. Martins: As soon as I get to the bottom of this, I'll get the next plane. Calloway: Death's at the bottom of everything, Martins. Leave death t...The Third Man
Martin Sixsmith: [frustrated] I asked a question. Sister Claire: You're a journalist. Martin Sixsmith: Yes. Well, I used to be. Philomena: He's a Roman Catholic. Martin Sixsmith: Yes. Well, I used to be.Philomena
Martin Kreutz: Where's my sister? Jason Bourne: Why don't you sit down. Martin Kreutz: Where is she? Jason Bourne: She's dead. She was killed. I'm sorry. Martin Kreutz: I knew it was going to end this way. It was always going to end this way. Jason B...The Bourne Ultimatum
I was in the kitchen drinking coffee when I heard Coretta cry, "Martin, Martin, come quickly!" I put down my cup and ran toward the living room. As I approached the front window Coretta pointed joyfully to a slowly moving bus: "Darling, it's empty!The Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.