Well, arguably not, but I was watching it the other night and the quality of the dialogues is just...memorable:
"Frank: I've walked a white line my entire life, I'm not about to screw that up.
Nada: White line's in the middle of the road, that's the worst place to drive.
Nada: Brother, life's a bitch... and she's back in heat.
Nada: I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass... and I'm all out of bubblegum.
Frank: The Golden Rule: He who has the gold, makes the rules.
Street Preacher: This world may have blinded me, but the Lord has let me see.
Nada: I don't like this one bit. Not one bit."
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"Nada: I got news for 'em. There's gonna be hell to pay. 'Cause I ain't Daddy's little boy no more.
Nada: [to Frank] You ain't the first son of a bitch to wake up out of their dream.
Frank: The steel mills were laying people off left and right. They finally went under. We gave the steel companies a break when they needed it. You know what they gave themselves? Raises.
Female Interviewer: Last place of employment?
Nada: Denver, Colorado. I worked there for ten years and things just seemed to dry up. They lost fourteen banks in one week. So, well... Female Interviewer: There's nothing available for you right now.
Bearded Man: The poor and the underclass are growing. Racial justice and human rights are non-existent. They have created a repressive society and we are their unwitting accomplices.
Bearded Man: They are dismantling the sleeping middle class. More and more people are becoming poor. We are their cattle. We are being bred for slavery."
Hey, that was just memorable, indeed, and nothing can beat that fight in the alley.
UPDATE: Sorry forgot to add the link with the info for this masterpiece: