10 classic inspirational movie lines
       1. "There is no certainty, only opportunity." V ​​for Vendetta (2005) - V (Hugo We****ing)
  Nothing will happen, only what might happen. - "V-Vendetta", V (Hugo-Wei Ming)
  2. "A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow." Wag the Dog (1997) - Conrad Brean (Robert De Niro)
  Today's good plan is better than tomorrow's perfect plan. - "Walking Dog", Conrad Brian (Robert De Niro)
  3. "Failure is never quite so frightening as regret." The Dish (2000) - Cliff Buxton (Sam Neill)
  More frightening than failure is confession. - "Antenna", Cliff - Bacton (Sam - Nell)
  4. "It's what you do right now that makes a difference." Black Hawk Down (2001) - Jeff Struecker (Brian Van Holt)
  What you are doing now is the key to changing the status quo. - "Black Hawk Landing", Jeff - (Brian Van Holt)
  5. "No point in punching things you can't see." Cinderella Man (2005) - James Braddock (Russell Crowe)
  It doesn't make sense to fight things that you can't see. - "Tekken Man", James Bradeck (Russell-Crow)
  6. "Onstantly talking isn't just communicating." Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) - Joel Barrish (Jim Carrey)
  It doesn't necessarily mean communication. - "Eternal Sunshine of Beautiful Mind", Joel-Brazil (Gold-Kerry)
  7. "It's not who you are underneath, it's what you do that defines you." Batman Begins (2005) - Rachel Dawes (Katie Holmes)
  It doesn't matter who you really are. What matters is what you do. - "Batman: The Moment of War", Rachel Dows (Kate Helms)
  8. "Men don't follow titles, they follow courage." Br****eheart (1995) - William Wallace (Mel Gibson)
  People follow the brave, not the one. - "Brave Heart", William Wallace (Mell-Gibson)
  9. "If work has no intention, it's not work at all. It's an empty motion." The Razor's Edge (1984) - Raaz (Saeed Jaffrey)
  If the job has no goals, it is not a job, but an empty behavior. - "Blade", Leeds (Said-Jeffrey)
  10, “It is not our abilities that show what we truly are, it is our choices.” Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) - Dumbledore (Richard Harris)
  It is not our ability to decide what kind of person we are, but our choice. - "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets", Dumbledore (Richard Harris)