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Meet the Robinsons

Meet the Robinsons is a 2007 computer-animated family film produced by Walt Disney Pictures about a young boy named Lewis, who is very smart and invents things but does not have any family, even though he wants one. Then one day, Lewis' world was changed when a boy called Wilbur, who has a time-machine, takes Lewis on a trip to the future to meet Wilbur's family - The Robinsons.

Wilbur RobinsonEdit

  • Well it's been a long hard day filled with emotional turmoil and dinosaur fights.
  • I never thought my dad would be my best friend.

FrannyEdit

  • Mister, you're grounded 'til you die.

LewisEdit

  • Take a good look around, Doris, 'cause your future's about to change.

DialogueEdit

Mr. Willerstein: Okay, next up is Lizzy and her fire ant farm.
Lizzy: That's right.
Mr. Willerstein: Lizzy, we talked about the fire ants. You know that they have a tendency to bite people.
Lizzy: Only my enemies.
Mr. Willerstein: Keep moving, shall we? Top notch, Lizzy! Let's not anger her, or make her jumpy in any way.

Bowler Hat Guy: Ah, yes. You are now under my control.
Frankie: I am now under your control.
(Bowler Hat Guy laughs; Frankie does monotone laughing)
Bowler Hat Guy: Stop laughing.
Frankie: Stop laughing.
Bowler Hat Guy: Don't repeat everything I say.
Frankie: I won't repeat everything you say.
Bowler Hat Guy: Excellent.
Frankie: Excellent.
Bowler Hat Guy: Uh, did you just say "excellent" because I said "excellent"?
Frankie: Uh, no.
Bowler Hat Guy: Excellent.
Frankie: Excellent.

Lewis: Why is your dog wearing glasses?
Grandpa Bud: Oh, because his insurance won't pay for contacts.

Bowler Hat Guy: What's going on? Why aren't you seizing the boy?
Dinosaur: [in dinosaur language] I have a big head, and little arms. I'm just not sure how well this plan was thought through.

Mr. Willerstein: Dr Krunklehorn, I know you're very busy there at Inventco Labs, and we're just so excited to have you as a judge.
Dr. Krunklehorn: It's my pleasure, Mr. Willerstein. Hey, you never know. One of your students may invent the next integrated circuit or microprocessor or integrated circuit. [stops Mr. Willerstein, realizing something] Oh, wait! I said that already. Well, I just don't get out of that lab very much. [Looks down at Mr. Willerstein's bow tie he's wearing.] Is that a bow tie? I like bow ties. I haven't slept in eight days!
Mr. Willerstein: Well, can I offer you a cot?
Dr. Krunklehorn: Nope. [places a sticker with a picture of a coffee mug on the Mr. Willerstein's forehead] I've got the caffeine patch. I invented it myself. One patch is the equivalent to twelve cups of coffee. You can stay awake for days with no side effects. [screams, scaring Mr. Willerstein] Sorry.

Mildred: Poor Mr. Harrington.
Lewis: (immediately scared) I killed him?
Mildred: No, no. You didn't kill him. He's perfectly fine.

Tallulah: Laszlo, you stop painting my hat, or I'm telling Ma.
Laszlo: Ah, lighten up, sis.
Tallulah: Lasz, I mean it.
Uncle Fritz: Children, please. Your mother's trying to take a nap.
Aunt Petunia: What is all the yelling out here?
Tallulah and Laszlo: He/she started it.
Aunt Petunia: I don't want to hear any more.
Uncle Fritz: Now, sweetie--
Aunt Petunia: [slaps Uncle Fritz] Don't you "sweetie" me. I'm going for a drive.
[sound of a car roaring away]
Grandpa Bud: That's strange. She usually takes the Harley.

Gaston: And so it begins. Ready, aim, fire.
Franny: Ha. Surely that is not the best you can do. (sound doesn't match her lips, like a poorly dubbed martial arts movie)
Gaston: Impressive, little sister. Your skills are strong, but not strong enough.
Franny: Your words do not threaten me, brother.
Gaston: Then enough words. Now the real battle begins.
Franny: Your meatballs are useless against me.
Gaston: Then perhaps it's time for spicy Italian sausage.
Franny:[gasps] No!

Wilbur: If I prove to you I'm from the future, will you go back to the Science Fair?
Lewis: Yeah, sure; whatever you say.(Wilbur starts to push him on to the edge of the roof) Hey, where are we going? What are you doing? Let go of me.
Wilbur: Okay. (pushes him off the roof)
Lewis: (stops in midair) Ahh! (Wilber presses a button and a time machine appears) What is this? Where are we going?
Wilbur: To...the future!

Wilbur: [to Lewis] Pop quiz. Who've you met, and what have you learned?
Lewis: Okay, Bud, Fritz, and Joe are brothers. Fritz is married to Petunia, and is she--
Wilbur: Cranky? Yes.
Lewis: Tallulah and Lazslo are their children, Joe is married to Billie, Lefty is the butler, Spike and Dimitri are twins and I don't know who they're related to.
Wilbur: Neither do we. Go on.
Lewis: Bud is married to Lucille and Cornelius is their son. What does Cornelius look like?
Wilbur: (muses for a moment) Tom Selleck.
Lewis: (muses for a moment) Okay, Cornelius is married to Franny and her brothers are Gaston and Art.
Wilbur: You're forgetting something.
Lewis: Forgetting--Oh, right. Wilbur is the son of Franny and Cornelius.
Wilbur: And no one realized that you were from the past?
Lewis: Nope.
Wilbur: Whew.
Lewis: Thank you, thank you, hold your applause, thank you very much.

Lewis: [to Wilbur while fixing the time machine] I don't even know what I'm doing.
Wilbur: Keep moving forward.
Lewis: I mean, this stuff is way too advanced for me.
Wilbur: Keep moving forward.
Lewis: And what if I can't fix this? What are we gonna do?
Wilbur: Keep moving forward.
Lewis: Why do you keep saying that? And don't just say, ‘keep moving forward.’
Wilbur: It's my dad's motto.
Lewis: Why would his motto be ‘keep moving forward?’
Wilbur: It's what he does.
Lewis: What's that supposed to mean?
Wilbur: That is an excellent question. Robinson Industries, the world's leading scientific-research and-design factory. My dad runs the company. They mass produce his inventions. His motto, ‘Keep moving forward.’ It's what he does.

Grandpa Bud: What if Louis Armstrong said, "I can't"? You think he'd have walked on the moon?
Grandma Lucille: Dear, Louis Armstrong was a singer.

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