The Visit Movie Quotes  

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The Visit movie quotes bring the thrills of what happens when two children visit their quite spooky grandparents. The horror comedy movie was written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan. The Visit opened in theaters on September 11, 2015.

In The Visit, Rebecca (Olivia De Jonge) and Tyler (Ed Oxenbould) leave their mother (Kathryn Hahn) to spend a week at her childhood home with their grandparents Doris (Deanna Dunagan) and John (Peter McRobbie). Rebecca and Tyler look forward to the visit, having not spent quality time with their grandparents for some time.

But soon after they arrive, they notice that things are not normal. John gives them a 9:30 bedtime, after which they shouldn't leave their room, which is good considering after that time Doris wanders the house naked scratching on the walls and John fears strangers are following him. While neither grandparent will acknowledge these strange happenings during the day, the kids grow fearful, and for good reason. It will take all they have, plus some help, to make it out of this visit alive.

The Visit brings some light horror to theaters already showing a number of other fun movies such as The Perfect Guy, The Transporter: Refueled, A Walk in the Woods, No Escape, and Z for Zachariah.
Bedtime is 9:30
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John: I have not seen your Nana this happy in years! Bedtime here is 9:30. It's probably best if you two shouldn't come out of your room after that. See you in the morning.
Tyler: 9:30?
Rebecca: 9:30
Tyler: What is that? It's 10:47. We think there's someone outside the door. What the hell was that?!

Grandfather John explains to the kids that in their home, the bedtime is 9:30, after which they should stay in their room. Rebecca and Tyler don't read much into this, that is until one night at 10:47 when strange things happen outside their room.
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My Parents Asked if Their Grandchildren Could Visit
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Mother: My parents asked if their grandchildren could visit them for a week.
Doris: Here we are!
Rebecca: This is where our mom grew up... I've wanted to spend time with you for so long.

Introducing the setting of the film, grandchildren Rebecca and Tyler take a week to go visit their grandparents in the home that their mother was raised. What could go wrong?
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Could You Clean the Oven?
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Rebecca: Maybe we should go outside and film some evening shots of the house.
Tyler: Okay, so let's do it, big sister.
Doris: Could you clean the oven for me, Becca? Get all the way inside!
Tyler: Becca?
Doris: She's done it before.
Tyler: I really should film something outside.
Doris: Do this first.
Rebecca: I'll be quick.
Doris: Oh, this will just take a second.

Things go from just a little strange to straight up cuckoo bananapuffs when Doris asks Rebecca to clean the oven. Perhaps by 'clean the oven' Doris meant 'get in the oven so I can trap you inside.' How bizarre!
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Nana and Pop Pop Are Acting Strange
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Mother: It's so weird. I can't see you.
Rebecca: I think I can clean it off.
Mother: Tyler, why are you quiet?
Tyler: Nana and Pop Pop are acting strange. Ow!
Mother: What kind of strange? Becca, did you hit Tyler?
Rebecca: No
Mother: Kids...
Tyler: Pop Pop wears diapers and he keeps them in an outhouse and Nana walks around at night without her clothes and Pop Pop thinks strangers are following him.
Mother: I know we were going to have this call. They're old, Tyler.
Rebecca: I discussed this with him.
Mother: Old people have trouble with their bodies sometimes. They also aren't very self aware. They can get paranoid too, and, Becca, how strange are they acting?
Rebecca: They haven't been mean one second.
Tyler: Nana crawled after us under the house.
Rebecca: Playing hide and seek.
Mother: You guys played hide and seek under the house? I used to love that!
Tyler: Carrie Underwood
Mother: T, just bear with it for a couple of days! My parents were strange back then. My mom was a hippie. She used to sunbathe in the backyard without warning back then.
Tyler: I'm already partially blind!
Mother: I used to get so embarrassed. They're just weird people, honey. What level problem is this?
Rebecca: One
Tyler: One
Rebecca: See?
Mother: I miss you guys!

In a video call with their mother, Rebecca and Tyler try to explain some oddities of their grandparents. Their mother brushes off these concerns, citing old age as the reasonable explanation.
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