Solace movie quotes provide the dialogue to the mystery thriller about one psychic who helps the FBI chase after a psychic serial killer. The film, which was originally intended as a sequel to Se7en, was written by Ted Griffin and Sean Bailey and directed by Afonso Poyart. Solace opened theatrically in the United States on December 16, 2016.
In Solace, FBI Special Agents Joe Merriweather (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Katherine Cowles (Abbie Cornish) investigate a string of serial murders. When the bodies begin to pile up, Joe calls in help from psychic doctor John Clancy (Anthony Hopkins), much to the displeasure of Katherine.
When John examines one of the crime scenes, he realizes that the killer, Charles Ambrose (Colin Farrell), is a fellow psychic. John knows that the killer is anticipating the FBI's moves through his psychic visions, which are more powerful than John's. With the FBI always one step behind the killer, John wonders if pursuing this suspect is even worth attempting.
Solace movie quotes feature lines from the film just as other movie quotes do for their respective movies such as for A Kind of Murder, Collateral Beauty, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Miss Sloane.
John: Something bad is going to happen, something really bad.
In perhaps the most vague statement ever, John gives some words of wisdom in this Solace movie quote. He states something bad will happen, which is true of every situation everywhere at any time.
Katherine: Three murders, identical M.O.
Joe: I need to go see him.
Katherine: I think it's a big mistake.
After the FBI notices a pattern in a series of murders in these Solace movie quotes, Agent Joe wants to call in some help. Considering this help is from a psychic, Katherine is not in agreement.
The Whole Thing's a Trap
John: The whole thing's a trap and we are walking right into it.
John warns Joe that they've sent the FBI team into a trap set up by the killer. John feels the killer knows the events of the future and is waiting for the FBI.
Is He Really Worth Stopping?
John: He's way beyond me and I can't stop him, which begs a more important question: Is he really worth stopping?
When John realizes that the killer cannot be caught as he knows the FBI's move before they make them, he ponders if it's even worth trying. Of course it's worth trying, otherwise they wouldn't have made a movie about it.