The Starling is coming to select theaters this Friday, September 17th and globally on Netflix September 24th. I will have a review of the movie coming soon, so make sure to stop back by to check it out, it will be linked down below. In the meantime, I wanted to share a list of some of the best quotes from the film. I love me a good movie line and this one had some heartfelt ones. Check out this list of 50+ best and most heartfelt The Starling quotes.
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The Starling Quotes
I always found Boss Ross very sexy. You know, the hair, the mom jeans. I’m all in.
Why don’t you go inventory something.
I can not imagine what you have been through.
You know me, I’m a sucker to peer pressure.
Changes are scary but that doesn’t have to be a bad thing.
Not what you call a ringing endorsement for psychiatric care.
When you come here, do you get anything out of it for yourself?
You have to do the work too.
You got any plans for that recliner?
Dr. Larry, Lilly has an appointment but no pet.
So Regina sent you to see me because you are fine?
If you ever have an animal problem, you know where to find me.
The bird obviously thought you were a threat.
Sometimes we just push people away to see if they will come back.
That is a starling. See the little white flecks that look like stars?
They are extraordinary mimics. Mozart had one as a pet. They found in his notebooks a melody from one of his concertos that he wrote out, and next to it, the melody as the bird sang it, identical, except for one or two sharps and flats.
You the lady with the bird problem?
Lady came in last month. Glass eye. Bird attacked her.
I saw a possum shimmy up a hummingbird water feeder thing one time, a super skinny one. It was bent like a palm tree in a tropical storm.
I can’t be who I was for her.
I just need a minute to figure out what happens next.
It’s not about Katie. It’s about Jack and you. Jack and you. How do you restart? How do you have a marriage now?
You blame yourself.
We can’t stand the idea of something so tragic happening for no reason at all.
Worst of all, we turn on ourselves.
I’m suppose to go back to being my good old self and we can get on with our lives.
You really think time is going to make all this okay?
I don’t know how I fit anymore. I don’t know how we fit, how any of it works.
That precious moment of agony is the highlight of my day.
So he’s a quitter like everyone else.
Am I on this island all alone?
I don’t have the answers, I just talked. And the moment I figured that out, I quit and stopped pretending.
What color is the sky in your world, Kemosabe?
You came here to make you feel better.
Some things are just out of our control. The sooner you can figure that out the faster you can let them go.
That birds crazy!
I’m depressed. That’s why I’m here.
My little girl passed away and then I tried to pass myself away.
If I’m being honest with myself, I have been in and out of this state since I was in my 20s.
I quit on myself so fast. And then I quit on the people who love me.
She just keeps at it. Keeps hoping and believing and moving around in the world. And I hate her for it. And I love her so much for it at the same time.
Starlings are different from other birds. When they mate, they build a nest together, and they protect the nest. Together. They even feed the hatchlings, together.
You know you’re not the only one in pain, right?
You’re gonna say sorry to me for trying to take you from me.
We’re going to live a long life, Jack. And we are gonna do it together.
Does it have to work?
Living is predictable in that way. Embrace routine.
I think he was wrong about you. I think I was too.
I’m so sorry about it all. You deserve better.
You’re forcing a choice of being constant darkness or constant light. And that’s just nuts. I mean, no offense.
I’m a little bit scared.