'Chernobyl Diaries' movie quotes include the most memorable lines from this 2012 horror movie starring Jesse McCartney, Jonathan Sadowski and Devin Kelley. The film, based on a story by, and produced by Oren Peli ('Paranormal Activity'), follows a group of tourists who become stranded in the city of Pripyat, near the site of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. There, they encounter terrifying beings who are trying to hunt them down and kill them. The quotes from 'Chernobyl Diaries' are
The group of tourists in 'Chernobyl Diaries' are on an "extreme tour" -- traveling to a place that's uninhabited, and not exactly a popular spot for sightseeing. Pripyat, the town where they get stranded, was the home of workers at the Chernobyl Nuclear Plant. Decades after the 1986 nuclear disaster, the area remains uninhabited. Once the young travelers become trapped in Pripyat, they quickly discover that they are not alone -- strange, supernatural beings are after them. 'Chernobyl Diaries' is produced by Oren Peli and directed by Bradley Parker.Looking for more great movie quotes? Check out these pages for the best lines from 'Men in Black III,' 'The Cabin in the Woods,' 'Battleship,' 'Dark Shadows,' 'The Avengers,' 'The Hunger Games,' 'The Dictator,' 'Chronicle,' 'The Raven,' 'The Moth Diaries,' 'Project X,' and 'The Woman in Black.'
Everything's Still There
Extreme tourism is a very real thing, and companies do offer tourist trips to areas in and around the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Paul seems enthused about the idea, but his friends are understandably skeptical about making the trip.
Paul: "So, there's this place called Pripyat. It's the town right next to Chernobyl. Uri, who is really excited to take us there, is an extreme tour guide. He's going to show us this city that was abandoned overnight. Literally. They had no time to take anything. Factories, schools, stores, homes apartments -- everything's still there. Imagine the photo shoot you could have there, Amanda."
Amanda: "Okay I hear that, but it's radiation levels -- it's probably pretty dangerous, right?"
Paul: "Nope, we're only going to be there for a day."
Natalie: "And how are we going to get there?"
Paul: "Uri's going to take us. He's got a van."
Honestly, you're touring Chernobyl -- no it's not entirely safe. It's never good when your tour director needs a Geiger counter to check radiation levels. It's just not.
Natalie: "Is it safe?"
Uri: "I have Geiger counter, to let us know if the radiation levels are high."
Are We Alone?
After spending the day roaming around Pripyat, the group returns to the van, only to find that it's broken down. It doesn't take long before they start hearing eerie sounds...
Paul: "Hey you hear that?"
Amanda: "It sounds like a baby..."
Paul: "Are you sure we're out here alone?"