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The Angriest Man in Brooklyn Movie Quotes

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"The Angriest Man in Brooklyn" movie quotes follow one man who tries to right all the wrongs he did in life in a span of 90 minutes. The comedy-drama, which is a remake of a 1997 Israeli film titled "The 92 Minutes of Mr. Baum," was written by Assi Dayan and Daniel Taplitz. Directed by Phil Alden Robinson, "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn" opened on May 23, 2014.

In "The Angriest Man in Brooklyn," the title character of Henry Altmann (Robin Williams) is perpetually angry at the world and everything in it. Dr. Sharon Gill (Mila Kunis) is also angry, but only briefly after an unfortunate morning. So after Henry is in a car crash and the two meet in a hospital, their chance encounter changes Henry's life forever.

See Dr. Gill found that Henry had a brain aneurysm and in a moment of anger, falsely tells Henry that he has just 90 minutes to live. This sends Henry on a journey to reconcile with his wife (Melissa Leo), brother (Peter Dinklage), son (Hamish Linklater) and friends (including Richard Kind). But when Sharon wants to come clean and help save Henry's life, finding him, admitting what she did and keeping him calm enough not to hurt that aneurysm, is not going to be easy.

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    Give Me a Number!

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    Henry Altmann: "What the hell? I've been waiting here for over two hours. You don't care, do you?"
    Dr. Sharon Gill: "The results showed a brain aneurysm."
    Henry Altmann: "How long do I have?"
    Dr. Sharon Gill: "I don't know."
    Henry Altmann: "How long?"
    Dr. Sharon Gill: "I don't know!"
    Henry Altmann: "How long? Give me a number! A number, a number, I'm not leaving here until I get a number."
    Dr. Sharon Gill: "90"
    Henry Altmann: "90 what?"
    Dr. Sharon Gill: "minutes"

    Henry Altmannn: "What should I be doing?"

    When a car crash lands Henry in the hospital in front of a doctor who had an equally bad day, he learns that he has a brain aneurism. So when Henry pushes Dr. Sharon Gill to give him an exact time he has left, she makes a hasty decision to lie. While not a good idea, her choice leaves Henry with a different outlook on life.
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    Things He Hated

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    Henry Altmann: "As Henry Altmann waited in traffic, he mentally added subwoofers and small cars to things he hated. On his short list was also dog crap, car alarms, flyers for cheap haircuts, double baby strollers, hamsters, pigeons, men's cologne, greeting cards, flip flops and god."

    Henry Altmann narrates his own life including an extensive listing of things that he dislikes. The title about him being the angriest man isn't just for show. He really hates everything.
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  • 3

    And You've Met My Brother?

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    Dr. Sharon Gill: "The important thing is, we find your brother and get him admitted to a hospital immediately. Make sure he remains calm, nothing that raises his blood pressure."
    Aaron Altmannn: "Like?"
    Dr. Sharon Gill: "Anger"
    Aaron Altmannn: "And you've met my brother?"

    Dr. Gill, feeling bad about what she did, finds Henry's brother with the hopes that he can lead her to Henry so she can come clean about her lie. But in order to truly safe Henry's life, he must stay calm, which is far from him at all.
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  • 4

    We Have to Have Sex

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    Bette Altmannn: "Henry, what's going on?"
    Henry Altmannn: "We have to have sex, immediately! I don't have a lot of time."
    Bette Altmannn: "We are not having sex."

    With 90 minutes left to live, Henry has one thing on his mind: Sex. Too bad his wife Bette is not interested.
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