The Nice Guys movie quotes tell the tale of two unlikely partners who must work together to solve the crime of the century. The mystery comedy was directed by Shane Black using a screenplay he co-wrote with Anthony Bagarozzi. After premiering at the Cannes Film Festival, The Nice Guys opened theatrically in the United States on May 20, 2016.
In The Nice Guys, it's the 1970s and Jackson Healy (Russell Crowe) is a hired enforcer who is tasked with shaking down private detective Holland March (Ryan Gosling). But sometime after their violent initial encounter, Healy reaches out to March to work together in solving a case of a missing girl. Hired by Judith Kutner (Kim Basinger), the duo seek to find Kutner's daughter, Amelia (Margaret Qualley).
But this case is no normal one as it is very high profile and involves the mob's intent to take over Los Angeles. Bodies are falling on a regular basis, including what appears to be a suicide by adult film star Misty Mountains (Murielle Telio). In order to find Amelia, March and Healy must not just work together, but also solve a criminal conspiracy that dangerously spans far and wide.The Nice Guys joined theaters in late May when it opened alongside the likes of Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, The Angry Birds Movie, The Lobster, Money Monster, and Captain America: Civil War.
Whores Here and Stuff
Holly March: Dad, there's like whores here and stuff.
Holland March: Sweetheart, how many times have I told you, don't say, "and stuff?" Just say, "there are whores here."
You're Not a Murderer
Tally: Weapons on the floor!
Holland March: This is not you. You're not a murderer!
Jackson Healy: She just killed three people.
Holland March: I know, but I'm saying, deep down.
Had to Question the Mermaids
Jackson Healy: You were in the pool?
Holland March: Yeah
Jackson Healy: Why?
Holland March: I had to question the mermaids. What were you doing while I was working?
My Husband, He's Gone Missing
Fred's Widow: It's my husband, he's gone missing.
Holland March: Missing?
Fred's Widow: I'm terribly worried. It's just, Fred's never been gone this long before.
Holland March: How long has he been missing?
Fred's Widow: Since the funeral
Holland March: Well, I can start right away.