Postman, The (1997)
Postman: I know you. You're...famous. Tom Petty: I was.
Postman: When I was a kid, we all wore our hats backwards. We thought it was cool.
The Postman: It takes one postman to make someone else a postman. Ford Lincoln Mercury: Sorta like vampires, huh?
[Clutching a spoon as a weapon] The Postman: Don't make me use this.
Bethlehem: I was at the Battle of Georgetown; I watched the White House burn to the ground!
Bethlehem: Great men were made by other great men. Patton had Rommel. Grant had Lee!
The Postman: Once more into the breach, my friends, once more. We'll close the wall with our dead. In peace, nothing so becomes a man as modesty and humility, but when the blast of war blows in our ears, then imitate the action of the tiger, summon up the blood, disguise fair nature with rage and lend the eye a terrible aspect.
Sheriff: You're nothing but a drifter who found a bag of mail.
Postman: The President's name... is Richard Starkey!
The Postman: Tell me something: how much mail can a dead Postman deliver?
The Postman: Wouldn't it be great if wars could be fought by the same assholes who started them?
The Postman: You're no general. You're not even a good painter.
Abby: You made Mrs. March feel like she could see again. You made Ford believe he was part of something. You give out hope like it was candy in your pocket.