A Sound of Thunder (film)

A Sound of Thunder is a 2005 movie based on the short story of the same name by Ray Bradbury.

Ben KingsleyEdit

  • History is not a class struggle, it is a vision struggle. It's people like me trying to get free from narrow-minded pricks like you. Nothing moves without us, we're the goddamn engine.
    • To the government inspector Dr. Lucas just after Kingsley's facility has been seized by the government

DialogueEdit

Ted Eckles [speaking of time travel tourism]: It is awfully expensive.
Christian Middleton: What's the point of being rich if you don't buy things other people can't afford?

Travis Ryer: We cannot have accidents.
Payne: While I was a physics major in college, we studied something called the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. It proves that there is no such thing as zero tolerance. It doesn't exist. You basically can't be 100% sure of anything no matter how hard you try. Accidents... happen.
Travis Ryer: We can't have accidents.

External linksEdit

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