Hit and Run Movie Quotes  

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"Hit and Run" movie quotes take audiences on quite the adventure in the 2012 movie written, directed, produced and starring Dax Shepard. In "Hit and Run," Shepard portrays Charlie Bronson, a seemingly nice guy who just happens to have a secret past that involves robbing banks. When his past comes back to haunt him, the romantic action comedy hits the road along with Charlie for fast-paced and often vulgar fun.

Charlie wakes up next to his beautiful girlfriend, Annie (Shephard's real-life catch Kristen Bell) and remarks on how good his life is. Moments later he's taking a golf club to the face when his former best friend and partner in crime Alex (Bradley Cooper) is back for revenge. With no time to explain, Charlie packs up Annie and they both head off towards Los Angeles in a race to find money Charlie buried there years earlier.

Along the way, Annie begins to learn more about Charlie's past, including that he was a getaway driver for bank robbers and helped put his buddy Alex in prison where very bad things happened. Along the way they encounter a number of colorful characters including Clint (Beau Bridges), Debbie (Kristin Chenoweth), and Randy (Tom Arnold), the clumsy but persistent US Marshall assigned to Charlie as part of his involvement in the Witness Protection Program.

The adult comedy and nudity in the R-rated comedy is not for everyone but there's plenty more at the box office to entertain all audiences. New for summer 2012 is also the likes of "The Campaign," "The Babymakers," "Ted," "Celeste and Jesse Forever," "Madea's Witness Protection," "Magic Mike," "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "The Dark Knight Rises."
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A Wonderful Day
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Charlie: "We're going to have a wonderful day today. I'm so terrible on the eyes I don't know why I share a bed with you. You're absolutely perfect and if you want, I'll spend the rest of your life with you."
Annie: "I'm up for it."
[door bell rings, Charlie is hit with a golf club]
Charlie: "You hit me in the nose with a golf club?!"
Gil: "I didn't think it would hurt that bad."
Charlie: "Alex, what do you want?"
Alex: "I want my money, that's all."
Charlie: [punches Alex] "Then you got it"

After waking up next to his beautiful girlfriend, Annie, Charlie counts his blessings and gets ready to savor the day. All seems well until he gets a knock at the door and a golf club to the face.
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I'm Sorry
I'm Sorry is listed (or ranked) 2 on the list Hit and Run Movie Quotes
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Charlie: "This whole thing happened really fast and I'm sorry."
Annie: "Except for completely lying about who you are"
Charlie: "You may have had three ways with dudes. I don't know."
Annie: "Whoa, whoa, whoa!"

Forced to traverse on foot, Charlie and Annie have plenty of time to reflect on the shocking events that they just experienced. Pretty sure Annie was hoping for some sincere apology, not an accusation that she was some kind of whore.
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Who Are You?!
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Annie: "What's going on?"
Charlie: "I was kind of involved in bank robbing. When I got into witness protection I knew I wasn't going to be that guy anymore."
Annie: "You're a bank robber?!?"
Charlie: "I did the getaway driving part."
Annie: "Who are you?!?"
Charlie: "I knew you were going to react this way."
Annie: "Who wouldn't react this way? A sociopath?"

After being rushed out of the house by Charlie, Annie wants to know what the heck is going on, and rightfully so. She however was not expecting to hear that her significant other is on the run from his old bank-robbing buddies.
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What Are You Doing, Randy?
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Charlie: "What are you doing, Randy?!"
Randy: "Nothing!"
Charlie: "I look out the window you're ghost-ridin' your van and blasting holes in everything... You gotta be more careful!"
Randy: "Shut the [gunshot] up!"

US Marshall Randy sure means well but life just keep giving him lemons. Such is the case when his minivan stars rolling down a hill and towards children playing in a yard. His subsequent choice to try to stop the van by shooting his gun toward the children is ill-advised, but thankfully the children are spared great bodily injury.
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