The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
Denis Leary: Captain Stacy
Gwen Stacy : No, Dad, I do not want cocoa. Honestly, I'm 17 years old.
George Stacy : Okay. I just thought I remembered somebody saying last week that her fantasy was to live in a chocolate house.
Gwen Stacy : Well, that's impractical.
[she shuts the door, then reopens it]
Gwen Stacy : And fattening.
[closes the door again]
Peter Parker : Chocolate house.
George Stacy : I was wrong about you, Peter. This city needs you. Here. You're gonna need this.
[gives Peter his Spider-Man mask]
George Stacy : You're gonna make enemies. People will get hurt. Sometimes the people closest to you. So I want you to promise me something, okay? Leave Gwen out of it. Promise me that. Huh? You promise me.
George Stacy : You know, recently, Dr. Connors gave Gwen a glowing college recommendation. It was beautiful. I read it, I cried. But you would have me believe that he is running around dressed up like a giant dinosaur?
Peter Parker : Not dressing up, not a dinosaur. He has transformed himself into a giant lizard.
George Stacy : Let me ask you a question. Do I look like the mayor of Tokyo to you?
Philip Stacy : Did you catch that spider guy yet?
George Stacy : No, we didn't catch him yet. But we will. An amateur who's assaulting civilians in the dead of night. He's clumsy, he leaves clues, but he's still dangerous.
Peter Parker : He's assault - He's assaulting people? I'm not sure. I mean, I saw that video with him and the car thief and I think most people would say he was providing a public service.
George Stacy : Most people would be wrong. If I wanted the car thief off the street, he'd already be off the street.
Peter Parker : So, why wasn't he, then?
George Stacy : Oh. You saw a video on the Internet? Well, then the case is closed.
George Stacy : Mayor, if there was a large dinosaur running around New York, you would be the first to know.
George Stacy : So 38 of New York's finest versus one guy in a unitard. Am I correct?
George Stacy : [at a press conference] Which is why, this morning, I am issuing an arrest warrant for the masked vigilante known as Spider-Man.