Fly, The (1986)
Seth Brundle: I'm saying I'm an insect who dreamt he was a man and loved it. But now the dream is over and the insect is awake.
Veronica "Ronnie" Quaife: Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Seth Brundle: There was an old lady who swallowed a fly, perhaps she'll die.
Seth: I've changed the medicine cabnet into the Brundle Museum of Natural History.
Seth Brundle: What's there to take? The disease has just revealed it's purpose. We don't have to worry about contagion anymore... I know what the disease wants. Veronica Quaffe: What does the disease want? Seth Brundle: It wants to turn me into something. That's not too terrible is it? Most people would give anything to be turned into something else. Veronica Quaffe: Turn into what? Seth Brundle: Whaddya think, a fly? Am I becoming a hundred-and-eighty-five-pound fly? I may be becoming something that's never existed before. I'm becoming... Brundlefly. Don't you think that's worth a Nobel Prize or two?