"Old Dean Martin even sang a song about it once." These Bad Times at the El Royale quotes feature some of the best dialogue from the film, which follows seven strangers as they spend the night together in the El Royale. Drew Goddard wrote and directed this film, his first being The Cabin in the Woods. For this list we're highlighting the best quotes from Bad Times At The El Royale, with the help of your votes. The mystery thriller film is filled with some killer one-liners, not to mention some great dialogue between characters.
In Bad Times At The El Royale, Miles Miller (Lewis Pullman) is the bellboy of the El Royale, a novelty hotel which lies directly on the state lines of California and Nevada. Miles takes orders from a mysterious group called The Management. Our guests, Daniel Flynn (Jeff Bridges), Darlene Sweet (Cynthia Erivo), Emily Summerspring (Dakota Johnson) and Seymour "Laramie" Sullivan (John Ham), all seem to have something to hide from one another. More guests arrive, and with them comes trouble.
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Darlene Sweet: How'd you end up at the El Royale?
Daniel Flynn: The Ritz-Carlton was booked.484Is this a great part in the movie?
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Miles Miller: This is not a place for a priest, Father. You shouldn't be here.
Seymour Laramie Sullivan: We might need to work on your sales pitch, son. [laughs] “The El Royale, no place for a priest.”485Is this a great part in the movie?
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Billy Lee: You think that you could just take what's mine and I wouldn't come a huntin'?
Emily Summerspring: No, I figured you would, but I'd be ready when you did.425Is this a great part in the movie?
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Seymour Laramie Sullivan: Would you mind openin' up the door?
Emily Summerspring: No, I ain’t gonna to do that.250Is this a great part in the movie?