"The Good Doctor" movie quotes tell the story of one young physician who strives to receive the respect he deserves as a medical professional, even if it means very extreme actions. The Lance Daly quiet thriller follows this doctor as he goes to extraordinary lengths in an effort to keep the one person in his life, a young, attractive patient, who truly respects him.
In "the Good Doctor," Dr. Martin Blake (Orlando Bloom) begins a residency at a new hospital but things soon take a turn for the worse causing friction between him and his superiors, including Dr. Waylans (Rob Morrow). But then a young, attractive girl, Diane Nixon (Riley Keough), is admitted to his care and the two bond instantly. Diane gives Dr. Blake the respect and admiration he desperately seeks, something Dr. Blake soon becomes addicted to. That's why when Diane's treatment ends, Dr. Blake tampers with her medication to make sure she returns to his hospital.
That action to keep Diane sick ultimately kills her leaving a guilty Dr. Blake once again alone. Things only get worse when an orderly, Jimmy (Michael Pena), discovers Diane's private journal, complete with details of her relationship with the doc. Jimmy and Dr. Blake initially work out a deal to trade drugs for Jimmy's silence but Dr. Blake soon takes yet another extreme step to murder Jimmy when he learns that Jimmy will never give up the journal. Dr. Blake is faced with a decision at this point, attempt to carry on his life all while dodging police detectives or end it all by walking into the ocean and drowning.