100+ Armageddon Quotes About An Asteroid And A Bunch Of Astronauts

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Armageddon is basically a Hollywood sci-fi disaster movie that has been directed by Michel Bay. Released in 1998 the movie is basically about a team of deep core diggers that are sent by NASA to protect the earth from a massive asteroid collision. The movie is a multi-starter film with Bruce Wills leading the pack of the blue-collar diggers. Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, this movie was the highest grossing movie in the year 1998.

The movie starts with a meteor shower with NASA finding out about the cause and locating a huge asteroid that is said to hit earth course in 18 days, which has the capacity to wipe out the entire life on earth. They basically come up with a plan to drill a massive hole in the asteroid and plant a bomb that will split the asteroid into two, helping it to safely pass the earth. After the plan, they approached Harry Stamper, the greatest deep-sea driller to make it happen along with a great team of weaponized drillers. The team was then given a 12-day astronaut training and developed “armadillos” for their fight. The team, after a briefing on day 13th , leave for the asteroid on space shuttles to carry out the plan.

In the after several misfortunes, when asteroid caught fire and destroyed the remote, Harry volunteered to stay behind to activate the bomb manually. The movie ends with Harry dying with A.J and Grace’s wedding scene with the pictures of heroes who died saving the earth.

The movie, Armageddon, received a number of critical remarks and was stated not a realistic logical movie as compared to Deep Impact with a similar storyline but was scientifically accurate. Apart from the controversy, it bagged a number of awards like ASCAP Film and Television music awards, Blockbuster entertainment award also BMI film and TV awards and many more. the movie also received 4 nominations in Academy Awards, 1999 Grammy awards, MTV movie awards and many more.

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“Harry? The clock on that nine-foot nuclear weapon is tickin’.”

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“United States astronauts train for years. You have twelve days.”

Armageddon famous quotes“Don’t wake me for the end of the world unless it has very good special effects.”

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“Its not over, until the Lord says its over.”

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“Never a good sign, he thought, when the crows showed up.”

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“[After Freedom’s Armadillo is destroyed] Get a hold of Truman, prepare the world for bad news.”

“[as he activates the manual detonator] We win, Gracie!”

“Okay, I want three groups. One: internal malfunction; get the log tape and start working back; maybe it’s a glitch. Two: I want NORAD, Space Command and the
50th Precinct comparing all the space junk you tracked in every orbit. I want you to check, re-check and then do it all over again. Number three: wild cards,
anything and everything. Now, Big Russ, I want you to get on the phone and wake up 11,000 people. Walt, get ’em going.”

“When the rogue comet went through the asteroid belt, it sent shrapnel right for us. For the next 11 days, the Earth’s in a shooting gallery. Even if the
asteroid itself hits the water, it’s still hitting land. It will slam into the ocean bedrock. Now if it’s a Pacific Ocean impact, which we think it will be,
it will create a tidal wave about three miles high, flash boil millions of gallons of sea water. It will hit the West Coast, washing away California and
ending up in Denver. Japan is gone, Australia is wiped out. Half of the Earth’s population will be incinerated by the heat blast, the rest will freeze to
death in a nuclear winter. Basically the worst parts of the Bible.”

“I address you tonight not as the President of the United States, not as the leader of a country, but as a citizen of humanity. We are faced with the very
gravest of challenges. The Bible calls this day “Armageddon”; the end of all things. And yet, for the first time in the history of the planet, a species has
the technology to prevent its own extinction. All of you praying with us need to know that everything that can be done to prevent this disaster is being
called into service.”

“The human thirst for excellence, knowledge, every step up the ladder of science, every adventurous reach into space, all of our combined modern technologies
and imaginations, even the wars that we’ve fought have provided us the tools to wage this terrible battle. Through all the chaos that is our history, through
all of the wrongs and the discord, through all of the pain and suffering, through all of our times, there is one thing that has nourished our souls, and
elevated our species above its origins, and that is our courage.”

“The dreams of an entire planet are focused tonight on those fourteen brave souls traveling into the heavens. May we all, citizens the world over, see these
events through. Godspeed, and good luck to you.”

“A.J.: Have you ever heard of Evel Knievel?
Lev Andropov: No, I never saw Star Wars.”

“A.J.: No. If anybody’s anybody, I’m Han and you’re Chewbacca.
Oscar: Chewie! Have you even seen Star Wars?”

“A.J.: Tell Grace that I’ll, I’ll always be with her. Can you do that?
Harry Stamper: Yeah. Okay, kid. [pulls AJ’s air hose out and rips off his own mission badge and hands it to AJ] Give this to Truman! Make sure Truman gets that! Get in there. [pushes AJ back into the hatch and closes the door] It’s my turn now.
A.J.: Harry! You can’t do this to me! It’s my job!
Harry: You go take care of my little girl now. That’s your job. I always thought of you as a son. I’d be damn proud to have you marry Grace.
A.J.: Harry…
Harry: You take care of yourself. [pushes a button sending the hatch up] I love you.
A.J.: No wait Harry I love you! Harry don’t do this! I love you! No wait a minute!
Harry Stamper: Bye son.”

“Harry Stamper: What’s your contingency plan?
Truman: Contingency plan?
Harry: Your backup plan. You gotta have some kind of backup plan, right?
Truman: No, we don’t have a back up plan, this is, uh…
Harry: And this is the best that you-that the government, the U.S. government could come up with? I mean, you’re NASA for crying out loud, you put a man on the moon, you’re geniuses! You’re the guys that’re thinking shit up! I’m sure you got a team of men sitting around somewhere right now just thinking shit up and somebody backing them up! You’re telling me you don’t have a backup plan, that these eight boy scouts right here [gestures to USAF pilots], that is the world’s hope, that’s what you’re telling me?
Truman: Yeah.”

“Harry: None of you have to go. You can all just sit here on Earth and wait for this big rock to crash into it, killing everything and everybody we know. The United States government just asked us to save the world. Anybody wanna say no?
Chick: 20 years. Haven’t turned you down once. Not about to start now. I’m there.
Freddy Noonan: Guess I can’t let you go up there alone.
Bear: I’m with you.
Oscar: Man, this is historic. Guys, this is, like, deep blue hero stuff! Of course I’m in.
Rockhound: While I don’t share his enthusiasm…you know me. Beam me up, Scotty!
Harry: You all right, Max?
Max: I…I…whatever you think?
Harry: [to A.J] How about you?
A.J.: I’m in.
Harry: All right then. We go.
Rockhound: I don’t mean to be the materialistic weasel of this group, but…do you think we’ll get hazard pay out of this?”

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“President: I address you tonight not as the President of the United States, not as a leader of a country, but as a citizen of humanity. We are faced with the very gravest of challenges. The Bible calls this day “Armageddon”-the end of all things. And yet, for the first time in the history of the planet, a species has the technology to prevent its own extinction. All of you praying with us need to know that everything that can be done to prevent this disaster is being called into service.
The human thirst for excellence, knowledge, every step up the ladder of science, every adventurous reach into space, all of our combined technologies and imaginations, even the wars that we’ve fought have provided us the tools to wage this terrible battle. Through all of the chaos that is our history, through all of the wrong and the discord, through all of the pain and the suffering, through all of our times, there is one thing that has nourished our souls, and elevated our species above its origins, and that is our courage.
The dreams of an entire planet are focused tonight on those fourteen brave souls traveling into the heavens. And may we, citizens the world over, see these events through. God speed, and good luck to you.”

“President: What is this thing?
Truman: It’s an asteroid, sir.
President: How big are we talking?
Scientist: Sir, our best estimate is 97.6 billion…
Truman: It’s the size of Texas, Mr. President.
President: Dan, we didn’t see this thing coming?
Truman: Well, our object collison budget’s about a million dollars a year. That allows us to track about 3% of the sky, and begging your pardon sir, but it’s a big-ass sky.
President: Is this, going to hit us?
Truman: We’re efforting that as we speak sir.
President: What kind of damage?
Truman: Damage? A total, sir. It’s what we call a global killer. The end of mankind. Doesn’t matter where it hits, nothing would survive, not even bacteria.
President: My God. What do we do?”

“Rockhound: Hey Harry.
Harry Stamper: What?
Rockhound: You realize we’re sitting on 45,000 pounds of fuel, one nuclear warhead and a thing that has 270,000 moving parts built by the lowest bidder? Makes you feel good doesn’t it?
Harry: Yeah, Rock.”

“[after the asteroid landing goes wrong]
Rockhound: We’re in segment 202, lateral grid 6, site 15H32-give or take a few yards. Captain American here blew the landing by 26 miles!
Col. Sharp: How the hell do you know that?
Rockhound: Because I’m a genius.
Watts: The gauges will not read. They’re all peaked like we’re plugged into some magnetic field.
Rockhound: [sarcastically] Who on this spaceship wants to know why?
Gruber: By all means.
Rockhound: The reason we were shooting for grid 8 was because thermographics indicated that grid 9 was compressed iron ferrite…which means you’ve landed us on a goddamn iron plate!”

“[during the standoff with the bomb]
Harry: For God’s sakes, think about what you’re doin’. Why are you listening to someone that’s a hundred thousand miles away? No one down there can help us and if we don’t get this job done, then everybody’s gone.
Chick: Forty two seconds.
Harry: I have been drilling holes in the earth for thirty years. And I have never, never missed a depth that I have aimed for. And by God, I am not gonna miss this one. I will make 800 feet.
Col. Sharp: You swear on your daughter’s life, on my family’s, that you can hit that mark?
Harry: I will make 800 feet. I swear to God I will.
Col. Sharp: [lowers his gun] Then let’s turn this bomb off.”

“[Rockhound is riding the bomb, a la Dr. Strangelove]
Col. Sharp: Get off…the nuclear…warhead.
Rockhound: Just wanted to feel the power between my legs, brother.
Col. Sharp: NOW!
[Rockhound climbs off]
Rockhound: Hey Colonel! [Sharp turns to look at him] NO NUKES! NO NUKES! NO NUKES!
Harry: You got any bullets left in that gun?”

“Guess what guys, it’s time to embrace the horror! Look, we’ve got front row tickets to the end of the earth!”

“Miss Stamper? [salutes Grace] Colonel Willie Sharp, United States Air Force, ma’am. Requesting permission to shake the hand of the daughter of the bravest man I’ve ever met.”

“Talk about the wrong stuff. [upon seeing Harry and his crew for the first time]”

“The United States government just asked us to save the world. Anyone wanna say no?”

“This is one order you shouldn’t follow and you ****ING know it!”

“We win, Gracie!”

“We’re staying, we’re going, we’re staying, we’re going, make up your mind!”

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“When the rogue comet went through the asteroid belt, it sent shrapnel right for us. For the next 11 days, the Earth’s in a shooting gallery. Even if the asteroid its self hits the water, it’s still hitting land. It will slam into the ocean bedrock. Now if it’s a Pacific Ocean impact, which we think it will be, it will create a tidal wave about 3 miles high, flash boil millions of gallons of sea water. It will hit the West Coast and wash up in Denver. Japan is gone, Australia is wiped out. Half of the Earth’s population will be incinerated by the heat blast, the rest will freeze to death in a nuclear winter. Basically the worst parts of the Bible.”

“Wow. Got a great view of the Earth from here. Too bad we’ll never set foot on her again.”

“You wanna compare brainpans? I won the Westinghouse prize when I was 12. Big deal. Published at 19, so what. I got a double doctorate from MIT at 22. Chemistry and Geology. I taught at Princeton for two and a half years. Why do I do this? Because the money’s good, the scenery changes and they let me use explosives, okay?”

“Honestly, if you’re given the choice between Armageddon or tea, you don’t say ‘what kind of tea?”

“As far as her mom was concerned, tea fixed everything. Have a cold? Have some tea. Broken bones? There’s a tea for that too. Somewhere in her mother’s pantry, Laurel suspected, was a box of tea that said, ‘In case of Armageddon, steep three to five minutes’.”

“Have you ever thought what a God would be like who actually ordained and executed the cruelty that is in [the biblical Book of Revelation]? A holocaust of mankind. Yet so many of these Bible-men accept the idea without a second thought.”

“The children of the nuclear age, I think, were weakened in their capacity to love. Hard to love, when you’re bracing yourself for impact. Hard to love, when the loved one, and the lover, might at any instant become blood and flames, along with everybody else.”

“I think this is irresponsible preaching and very dangerous, and especially when it is slanted toward children, I think it’s totally irresponsible, because I see nothing biblical that points up to our being in the last days, and I just think it’s an outrageous thing to do, and a lot of people are making a living—they’ve been making a living for 2,000 years—preaching that we’re in the last days.”

“What silence rules the ghostly hours
That guard the close of human sleep!
(“The Testimony of the Suns”)”

“If we cannot find our way to a time when most of us are willing to admit that, at the very least, we are not sure whether or not God wrote some of our books, then we need only count the days to Armageddon—because God has given us far many more reasons to kill one another than to turn the other cheek.”

“A little while, their hunger unfulfilled,
The mothlike worlds flit ’round the guttering sun.
(“Ephemera”)”

“There was the kind of silence there might have been on the day before Creation.
Adam stood smiling at the two of them, a small figure perfectly poised exactly between Heaven and Hell.
Crowley grabbed Aziraphale’s arm. “You know what happened?” he hissed excitedly. “He was left alone! He grew up human! He’s not Evil Incarnate or Good Incarnate, he’s just…a human incarnate-”

“When the time draws close the buzzing of the bees will be continuous.”

“The road to oblivion is just around the next bend.”

“If there was Armageddon tomorrow? Well, then all those school-goers would be the unschooled and I’d be in my element. Survival is all about circumstances and who’s prepared for the current situation”

“Today’s a good day for Armageddon,”

“When the masses consciously decide to be unconscious, the masses decide to be annihilated by conscious will. And by the laws of the universe, their desire must be fulfilled, for they have used freewill against themselves.”

“The world will end by the doing of man’s own hand.”

“I saw the billboard that says Armageddon July 1. Well, shit, I said, it’s about fucking time.”

“The world is of our making and of our undoing.”

“The space race isn’t to see who can get into space first. It’s to get the hell off this planet we’re on because they know that there is no turning back.
tick…tock…tick…tock…tick…tock…”

“The hugest changes were the ones that could not be seen – that’s where the real apocalypse lay: in people’s hearts, their souls, their beings.”

“When Armageddon takes place, parking is going to be a major problem.”

“No amount of expertly choreographed PR could prevail, in the end, against Armageddon. It strolled over the barricades and took its pleasure.”

“Zombies are not just fictional creatures that devour the flesh of the living. They also include those who follow the words of others without thinking for themselves. This world is falling apart. I don’t think anyone can disagree with that. People live in their twenty-mile-radius realities and don’t notice the world happening around them, until it finally breaks down their front door.”

“And how should we behave during this Apocalypse? We should be unusually kind to one another, certainly. But we should also stop being so serious. Jokes help a lot. And get a dog, if you don’t already have one.”

“Cousin Jimmy says that a man in Priest Pond says the end of the world is coming soon. I hope it won’t come till I’ve seen everything in it.”

“In some universes, all possible pasts funnel towards a single fixed ending, O.
It you are of millenarian bent, you might call O Armageddon, If you are of grammatical bent, you might call it punctuation on a cosmological scale.
If you are a philosopher in such a universe, you might call O inevitable.”

“The atomic bomb was created with the destruction of men in mind”

“if you can fight,fight,help each other, be prepared for anything.”

“Everything had been going so well, he’d had it really under his thumb
these few centuries. That’s how it goes, you think you’re on top of the world, and suddenly they spring Armageddon on you.”

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“You one of those decaffeinated Christians, padre? The diabetic wafer? Doctrine-free, guilt-reduced, low in Last judgement, 100% less Second Coming, no added Armageddon? Might contain small traces of crucified Jew?”

“The worst threat to man is man himself”

“Mounting tensions in Eastern Europe send shivers down the spine. Barely a quarter of a century after the end of the Cold War we seem to be sliding inexorably towards another.”

“I remember once in the Holy Land seeing a sign in the shape of an arrow along a road. It said, “Armageddon, 4 kilometers.” If ever there was a sign that made you wonder whether you wanted to continue down a road, this was it.”

“The world is heading for another major crisis that is being called, even by the secular world, “Armageddon.”

“I am crying for more and more disasters, for bigger calamities, for grander failures. I want the whole world to be out of whack, I want everyone to scratch himself to death.”

“You want to pray to someone, pray to Bruce Willis in Armageddon.”

“People witness the end of their small worlds every day: when somebody’s marriage ends, when his only son dies, when a husband/wife dies, when he is diagnosed with a terminal illness, when your party is erased from the political map, when a leader faces a coup, when your town is bombed and your house is hit…”

“She sat watching the street and its businesses melt away in the thick tides of mist, partially re-form, and melt away again, over and over, as if some celestial power had ordered the end of the world but kept having second thoughts.”

“I have become more deeply aware of the enormous problems that face our world today, and the dangerous trends which seem to be
leading our world to the brink of Armageddon.”

“The end is coming yesterday it was here too.”

“Every generation of humans that has ever lived believed they would see the end of the world, whether they called it Armageddon or Ragnorök.”

“Yeah, Vi, unless Armageddon hit while i was fuckin’ you this morning and we missed it, I’m thinkin’ grocery stores still exist and they’re all still stocked.”

“But that’s how it goes; you think you’re on top of the world, and suddenly they spring Armageddon on you.”

“It doesn’t take long to realize you’ve made the wrong decision. You bump along with your eco-fueled ego in your eco-fueled vehicle and reuse every piece of plastic and glass you encounter, but it isn’t enough.”

“As the horde of ancient and mythical creatures impossibly descends upon you and dragonfire envelopes the land, you are forced to concede that it’s probably the very coolest way that you could die.”

“You stumble upon an unhappy Martian sentry on a mission and shoot ineffectually at his powersuit a few times before he pulps you with his laserbeam eyes and hideous poisonous-gas breath. Glory!”

“It boils down to this: we should have done with humbug, and let war be war, and not a game … If there were none of this magnanimity business in warfare, we should never go to war, except for something worth facing certain death for.”

“The front edge of the shockwave impacts the earth and you’re both shoved to your backs against the crumbling asphalt of the parking lot, and then crushed into oblivion as the Earth, along with every celestial body of your solar system, is disintegrated into tiny shards and then sucked unceremoniously into the resulting black hole.”

“Your eyes meet and you immediately feel yourself shriveling under his gaze. He bears a scale in one hand and appears to be weighing your worth. Finding you wanting, the Horseman of Famine turns his dark steed and trots on.”

“Sorry, there’s just not enough mead to go around.”

“YOUR LIFE HAS BEEN A MIX OF TRIUMPHS AND TOILS, CHALLENGES AND TESTS, AND YOU HAVE BEEN FOUND WORTHY. YOUR FAITH IN ME AND YOUR LOVING HEART ARE A TESTAMENT TO MY PEOPLE.
‘Thank you, my God.’
cOME, BE WITH ME. SIT WITH ME AT MY TABLE; JOIN ME IN RAPTURE. AND BRING YOUR CUTE FRIEND TOO.”

“Oh, one more thing,’ Thor calls out. ‘If I know my prophecy, and I do, you beautiful ladies had best start looking for a boat!”

“Zandy Brandy scented lotion – like the Normans, drunk and with soft hands!”

“You cast a desperate look at Eric, who has not yet noticed that you’ve been bitten. Will I turn now? Am I becoming one of them? When Ghandi said, ‘Be the change you want to see in the world,’ I don’t think this is how he meant it.”

“You dial another college friend, Dr. Saunders, and she picks up almost immediately, ‘Hi! Got a shitstorm here, what’s up?”

“They really need to cite their sources, you think to yourself, which would make your seventh-grade science teacher proud if only he knew.
It’s a moot point, however.”

“Goodness, a girl steps out of the office for a couple days and the whole world ends!”

“You are one of the unfortunate ones whose body decays rapidly in the face of radiation poisoning. You hang your head over the toilet to vomit again and again, and die praying to the porcelain gods.”

“Well, sir. I look at facts. And the fact is that our world is dying and if we don’t all do our best to save it, we aren’t going to last much longer.”

“Deciding to spit in the eye of every homely matron who ever warned her children not to stare into the sun directly, you crank the titanic telescope around to look directly towards the sun, the center of our solar system.”

“Chick:
I’ve never told anyone this before, but I hate flying. So it would be an awful shame to die now.”

“Rockhound:
You think that’s bad? I owe 100 grand to a fat-ass loan shark which I spent on a stripper named Molly Mounds.”

“Chick:
Boy, that’s bad.”

“Chick:
Man, what are you doing with a gun in space?”

“F.B.I. Agent:
Sir, we have a national security matter.”

“Rockhound:
Good for you.”

“Lev Andropov:
Don’t touch my uncle! He is the genius of my family. He used to make the tip of the bomb, you know? That finds New York or Washington?”

“Ronald Quincy:
I know the presidents’ chief advisor, we were at MIT together. And, at this point in time, you really don’t want to take advice from a man who got a C minus in astrophysics. The presidents’ advisors are wrong. I am right.”

“A.J.:
Have you ever heard of Evel Knievel?”

“Lev Andropov:
No, I never saw Star Wars.”

“Colonel William Sharp:
Do you swear on your daughter’s life, on my family’s life, that you can hit that mark?”

“Grace Stamper:
I understand that you are handicapped by a natural immaturity, and I forgive you.”

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