The 10 Best Quote From The Fly (1986)

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1986 remake fly It is one of the best horror/sci-fi epics of all time, and the debate remains fierce about whether it is better than the original version in 1958. Jeff Goldbrunn’s outstanding performance as the weird and crazy Seth Blundell is one of his best performances. This movie not only contains his character, but also many unforgettable performances by others. saying.

These quotes help tell the grotesque transition of Brendel from a handsome young scientist to a terrifying human/fly hybrid and the horror that followed.This is one of the darkest and most tragic horror films of the 1980s, with creepy visuals and

A great script, it sticks to the story and sells it perfectly.

10 “What am I doing? Well, I am doing something that will change the world as we know it and human life.”-Seth

Seth Brundle is a weird weird person, he mostly keeps silent about himself and the rigor of his work. He is studying the technology related to transmission every day. If this power is used correctly, it will have a huge impact on mankind. He is not a typical horror movie mad scientist, but he is on the cutting edge, leading many people astray.

He first met Victoria at a scientific event, where he immediately tried to use his research story to attract her. This was enough to arouse her interest and agreed to return to his laboratory, where he introduced her to the teleport module he had been studying.

9 “I’m glad I didn’t give you my Rolex, if I had a Rolex!”-Victoria

Blundell’s transfer technology is similar to Black mirrorr Franchising rights are equally dangerous. In order to demonstrate the power of his teleportation pod, Brundle asked Victoria to share a personal item.She finally took off one of her sock and gave it to him, then he put it in a pod and activated it

Aircraft and successfully transferred it to another pod.

At first, Victoria thought he had ruined her stockings, which triggered this interesting quote that was ironic in itself. Later, she realized how rich Seth was in his research, even if the teleportation of organic matter was still out of reach.

8 “Complete record of the most earth-shattering invention ever. Ends all concepts of traffic, borders and boundaries, time and space.”-Seth

When Victoria revealed that she wanted to write an article about Seth’s work, he immediately hesitated, worried that his funds would be cut. He tried to attract her more by inviting her to lunch, where he proposed the idea of ​​them working together instead of opposing parties.

Victoria will not reveal her story until Seth feels that the technology has been perfected. This is a transaction based on mutual trust that paves the way for a working relationship, followed by a romantic relationship.

7 “…The transmission of human beings-the extraction, decomposition and transformation of molecules, is essentially purifying. It makes a man a king!”-Seth

After experiencing a jealousy of Victoria’s ex-boyfriend, Seth got a little drunk and decided to test his teleportation pod on himself. He appeared healthy on the other side, but it didn’t take long before warning signs began to appear.

He took Victoria to go

At lunch, he began to talk endlessly about teleportation technology and how it made him feel. He seemed to be born again, like a newcomer full of infinite optimism, confidence and physical strength, not to mention the unhealthy obsession with sugar.

6 “Something went wrong, Seth! When you passed, something went wrong!”-Victoria

When his character began to change, Victoria realized that Seth was not in good health. He was no longer the cute, socially awkward man she fell in love with. He became arrogant, insane, grumpy, and judicious, all because she didn’t allow herself to be teleported.

He eventually clashed with her and said that he would find someone who was not afraid of the process, thus ruining his romantic relationship. For Seth, teleportation is the path to ultimate happiness. For Victoria, this is a nightmare scene, full of traps of her distrust.

5 [Seth] “Do not be afraid.” [Veronica] not afraid! terrified! “

After breaking up with Victoria, Seth decided to go out and find another woman he could convince to enter the teleportation cabin. He wrestled with a burly patron of the bar and broke his wrist to show his strength, which was enough to attract a young woman to come home with him.

After Seth showed her his teleportation technology, the two got in touch, but when he tried to persuade her to pass, she refused. Seth told her not to be afraid when she dragged her into the pod, but Victoria blocked his way and told the young woman to be very, very scared.Ironically, a behind-the-scenes fly Factoid revealed that the comedy legend Mel Brooks was the one who put forward this sentence as a slogan, and he thought it was a comedy rather than a horror movie.

4 “What’s wrong with me? Am I going to die?”-Seth

After Victoria let Seth do whatever he wanted, he began to take to heart her warnings about his appearance and personality changes. He went into the bathroom to check on himself and found that several parts of his body were beginning to deteriorate.

He finally pulled out one of his nails easily, which was enough to make him feel terrified. He wanted to know whether this process caused him to contract a certain disease, or damage his molecular structure, so that he suffered from serious cancer. This “physical horror” element was only one reason for the remake in 1986.Better than the original version in 1958 fly.

3 “I’m going to be a Brenfly. Don’t you think this is worth one or two Nobel Prizes?”-Seth

Seth compared the travel data from his first transmission and found that a foreign organic entity was in the pod with him. He was horrified to learn that it was an ordinary housefly, and the computer didn’t know what to do. It chooses to fuse their respective DNA patterns together at the genetic level.

He finally has the answer to why he wants to change. When Victoria appeared to discuss the matter with him, Seth said that the unnatural fusion of DNA was turning him into something that has never been seen in the world. To ease the atmosphere, he made a joke, saying that scientific value will undoubtedly make him win at least one Nobel Prize.

2 “The medicine cabinet is now the Brundle Museum of Natural History. Would you like to see what else is inside?”-Seth

As Seth continued to mutate, certain parts of his body continued to fall off. With the emergence of new genetic mutations, his teeth, ears, genitals and other body parts are now redundant. Instead of throwing them away, he stuffed these parts into a jar and hid them in the medicine cabinet at home.

There is no other way but to overcome the sudden change, and Seth feels it is necessary to at least make a joke about his state of affairs. He asked Victoria if she wanted to see the collection of body parts that had fallen off since then, but it was understandable that she objected to this idea.

1 “I will hurt you if you stay!”-Seth

When the mutation entered the penultimate stage, Seth realized that his thoughts were gradually returning to more primitive things. He joked about Victoria and said that “insect politics” was a satire, meant to show that insects were barbaric and instinctive, and didn’t care much about diplomacy.

This is his way of showing her danger by his side. Finally, he stood up and said that if she stayed, he would eventually hurt her. Seth knew that as his mental state deteriorated, so did his respect for humans. Instinct will be his first reactionary mechanism, and nothing is more dangerous than this.

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