• Entertainment

Deliver Us from Evil Movie Quotes

"Deliver Us from Evil" movie quotes tell the story of a non-believing cop who joins forces with a Castilian/Hungarian priest to investigate paranormal happenings in New York City. The crime-horror film was written by Scott Derrickson and Paul Harris Boardman, based on the book "Beware the Night" by Ralph Sarchie and Lisa Collier Cool. Derrickson also directed the movie, which opened on July 2, 2014.

In "Deliver Us from Evil," Ralph Sarchie (Eric Bana) is a seasoned New York City cop trying his best to balance his work life with his home life, including with wife Jen (Olivia Munn) and daughter Christina (Lulu Wilson). He's called in to investigate a strange case where a woman was violent alongside partner Butler (Joel McHale).

Sarchie soon meets Mendoza, a Castilian/Hungarian priest who seeks out Sarchie to help with this investigation. Mendoza tries to convince Sarchie that there are paranormal evil forces at work here but Sarchie, someone who lost his faith in those sorts of things, is not a believer. As they investigate further, however, the odd happenings start to hit home leaving Sarchie and his family in danger.

"Deliver Us from Evil" had some stiff competition as it opened on July 4, 2014, weekend alongside the likes of "Tammy," "Earth to Echo," "Transformers: Age of Extinction," "Snowpiercer," "Begin Again," "They Came Together," "Think Like a Man Too," "22 Jump Street, "How to Train Your Dragon 2," "Hellion," "The Rover," The Fault in Our Stars," "Edge of Tomorrow," "A Million Ways to Die in the West," "Maleficent," "Night Moves," "Filth," "Blended," "X-Men: Days of Future Past," "The Immigrant," "The Love Punch, "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, "Million Dollar Arm," "Godzilla," "Palo Alto," and "Chef."
  • 1

    Two Types of Evil in This World

    Video: YouTube

    Mendoza: "There's two types of evil in this world, Officer Sarchie, secondary evil, the evil that men do, and primary evil, which is something else entirely."
    Sarchie: "I've seen some horrible things, nothing that can't be explained by human nature."
    Mendoza: "Then you haven't seen true evil."

    Sergeant Sarchie is approached by Mendoza, a Castilian/Hungarian priest. While Sarchie isn't believing this evil nonsense Mendoza is spewing, but that doesn't discourage Mendoza from explaining what he thinks is happening.
    Should this be higher or lower?
  • 2

    I Love You and I Miss You

    Video: YouTube

    Christina: "Hi, daddy. I'm going to sleep now. First I want to tell you that I love you and I miss you."
    Jen: "Here, give daddy a kiss." [to Sarchie] "Be safe tonight."

    Sarchie's family is introduced when his daughter, Christina, and wife, Jen, send him a video message at work. Both with Sarchie was home more often and worked in a less dangerous job.
    Should this be higher or lower?
  • 3

    Why Doesn't Daddy Go to Church With Us?

    Video: YouTube

    Christina: "Why doesn't daddy go to church with us?"
    Jen: "Your daddy used to go."

    Sarchie's relationship, or lack there of, with religion is highlighted. He lost his faith in God long ago, something that is proving to be very important in his current investigation.
    Should this be higher or lower?
  • 4

    I Came to See Officer Sarchie

    Video: YouTube

    Mendoza: "I came to see Officer Sarchie."
    Sarchie: "I've met a lot of priests. You don't seem the type."
    Mendoza: "And there's not a lot of cops and you're exactly the type."

    Mendoza seeks out Officer Sarchie to ask for help on some strange happenings around town. There was no mistake or randomness in this meeting, Mendoza selected Sarchie for a reason.
    Should this be higher or lower?