Into the Storm (2014)
Gary: That was good thinking with that knife back there.
Trey: I thought you'd be mad.
Gary: Oh I am. Hand it over.
Cheerleader: [eyes closed, fingers crossed] Please marry a rich guy. Please marry a rich guy. Please marry a rich guy.
Trey: Uh, we're rolling. So, what would you like to say to yourself in 25 years?
Cheerleader: That was it.
Boy 1: Hey, pass the bottle over.
Boy 2: A little busy back here, okay?
Girl 1: Yeah, we can see that, David.
Girl 2: Yeah, you can get un-busy.
Boy 2: Oh, come on, Marce. I mean, you know, we skipped graduation for this.
Girl 2: You are not graduating down there, David Brody.
Girl 1: Hey, you better not be filming us.
Boy 1: No, just checking my messages.
Girl 2: [electricity pops] What was that?
Girl 2: [electricity pops again] Did you see that?
Boy 1: What?
Gary: Everybody out, now! Let's go!
Principal Thomas Walker: What are you doing? Are you out of your mind?
Gary: There's another tornado heading this way
Principal Thomas Walker: And you want us to go outside?
Gary: You don't understand.
Allison: Yes you have to.
Principal Thomas Walker: This is a storm shelter for Christ's sake.
Pete: Not for this
Allison: Will you please believe us. We have been out there and we know what this thing can do.
Principal Thomas Walker: I am not going to risk having hundreds of dead people...
Gary: You will have hundreds of dead people if you stay here.
Allison: Sir. I have been studying storms all my life, alright? This one is bigger than any one that has ever been. Do you hear that? It will flatten this building in seconds.
Gary: With or without you, we're getting these people onto those busses right now.
Allison: Hey... gentlemen... guys, you can't stay out here. You have to get indoors.
Donk: So do you guys actually get paid to do this shit? Man, I'm in the wrong job.
Reevis: You don't even have a job!
Pete: [on the phone] It's going to be big.
Pete: I don't know how big. They're tornadoes, they don't do courtesy calls.
Todd White: Hey self, what is it, twenty five years in the future and I just know you are playing in the NBA now and are super rich. And you also have a super smoking hot cheerleader girlfriend, so what are you hanging around here for? Why don't you head up to your penthouse and bang her good, bro!
Trey: That's your time capsule message, Todd?
Todd White: Huh... why not?
Donnie: [to the camera] And Trey, live everyday like it's your last. 'Cause shit, someday it will be.
Gary: Trey, where's Donnie?
Trey: I don't know.
Gary: Get away from the window
Trey: [Tree crashes through the window and alarms go off] TORNADO!
Gary: RUN, RUN!
Kaitlyn: See, look at this place. They should clean this up and put a garden in here or something.
Donnie: They should totally put a skate-park in here.
[Kaitlyn gives him a look]
Donnie: Yeah... a garden would be great.
Pete: Great, we missed another one.
[into the radio mic]
Pete: Hey you guys know the point of this documentary is to actually film a tornado, right?
Daryl: [answering on the radio] 10-4.
Jacob: We need a tornado.
Pete: We need a tornado. When's the last time we saw one?
Lucas: That EF-4 that we shot for the Weather Channel last year.
Pete: Oh, so that makes us zero-for-365. What does that make our average? Jacob, you play baseball, right?
Jacob: Hockey, actually.
Lucas: Really? I play lacrosse, man.
Jacob: Really? No way.
Pete: [laughing sarcastically] This is fun, just like a family road trip.
Jacob: Did I miss something?
Pete: No Jacob, you miss... everything. Although we do have four hundred hours of clouds and sunsets and us going to every drive-in from Idaho to Texas, which makes this the most expensive home movie ever.
Jacob: Just to be clear, we still get paid whether we see a tornado or not, right?... Right?