10 Best Dialogues of Hollywood Movies ~ TERMINATOR

This is from the movie TERMINATOR.

This line has been the SOUL of the movie's main character and the later Terminator sequels!!
"I'll be back" is a catchphrase associated with Arnold Schwarzenegger, which he first used in his role as the title character from the 1984, The Terminator.

 Schwarzenegger first used the line in The Terminator, after his cyborg assassin character is refused entry to the police station where his target, Sarah Connor is being housed. He takes a few seconds to survey the partition which separates the counter into two. He then tells the police officer — who refused him entry — at the entrance desk window, "I'll be back", before returning moments later by driving a car through the doors and into the officer's counter, then commencing to massacre sixteen other police officers in the building

Variations of the line have been used by Schwarzenegger in a number of other films in which he appears

  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) – "Stay here, I'll be back." (1:53:47) Said by The Terminator to Sarah and John Connor during the escape from the Cyberdyne building. The character returns by driving a truck through the front door to rescue the human protagonists trapped inside, referencing the same scene in the first movie.
  • Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003) – "She'll be back", said by the Terminator in reference to the enemy T-X android, and "I'm back!" after flying a helicopter into the antechamber of a military bunker, and emerging from the wreckage. In the latter use, the phrase "I'm back" also refers to his return to loyalty and allegiance with the protagonists, after having been "corrupted" by the villainous T-X. Schwarzenegger also uses it in the DVD introduction.
  • Terminator Salvation (2009) – "I'll be back." Said by John Connor after being asked by his wife Kate Brewster "What should I tell your men when they find out you're gone?"
  • Terminator Genisys (2015) – "I'll be back." Said by the Terminator right before jumping out of a helicopter onto a pursing helicopter.