Senator Kelly: You’re evading the real question. Three words: Are mutants dangerous?
Doctor Jean Grey: That’s an unfair question, Senator Kelly. After all, the wrong person behind the wheel of a car can be dangerous.
Senator Kelly: Well, we do license people to drive.
Doctor Jean Grey: But not to live.
Storm: Do you know what happens to a toad when it’s struck by lightning? The same thing that happens to everything else.
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: Don’t give up on them, Erik.
Magneto: What would you have me do, Charles? I’ve heard these arguments before.
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: That was a long time ago. Mankind has evolved since then.
Magneto: Yes, into us.
Cyclops: Storm, fry him!
Magneto: Oh yes! A bolt of lightening into a huge copper conductor. I thought you lived at a school?
Mystique: You know, people like you are the reason I was afraid to go to school as a child.
Wolverine: It’s me!
Cyclops: Prove it!
Wolverine: You’re a dick.
Wolverine: You going to tell me to stay away from your girl?
Cyclops: If I had to do that, she wouldn’t be my girl.
Wolverine: Well, then I guess you’ve got nothing to worry about, do ya, Cyclops?
Cyclops: It must burn you up that a boy like me saved your life, huh? Gotta be careful. I might not be there next time. Oh, and Logan – stay away from my girl.
Wolverine: Magneto’s right; there is a war coming. Are you sure you’re on the right side?
Storm: At least I’ve chosen a side.
Magneto: Does it ever wake you in the middle of the night? The feeling that one day they will pass that foolish law or one just like it and come for you? And your children?
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: It does indeed.
Magneto: What do you do, when you wake up to that?
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: I feel a great swell of pity for the poor fool who comes to that school looking for trouble.
Bobby: Welcome to Mutant High.
Dr. Jean Grey: Mutants are not the ones mankind should fear.
Magneto: Are you a God-fearing man, Senator? That is such a strange phrase. I’ve always thought of God as a teacher; a bringer of light, wisdom, and understanding. You see, I think what you really fear is me. Me and my kind. The Brotherhood of Mutants. Oh, it’s not so surprising really. Mankind has always feared what it doesn’t understand. Well, don’t fear God, Senator, and certainly don’t fear me. Not any more.
Prof. Charles Francis Xavier: You can stay here. We can protect you from Magneto.
Wolverine: What’s a Magneto?
Magneto: Welcome to the future.
Logan: Fair enough. So, what kind of name is Rogue?
Rogue: I don’t know. What kind of name is Wolverine?
Logan: My name is Logan.
Magneto: I will bring you hope, old friend. And I ask only one thing in return: don’t get in my way.
Rogue: The first boy I ever kissed ended up in a coma for three weeks. I can still feel him inside my head. It’s the same with you.
Wolverine: There’s not many people that’ll understand what you’re going through. But I think this guy, Xavier, is one of them. He seems to genuinely want to help you. And that’s a rare thing, for people like us.
Wolverine: You actually go outside in these things?
Cyclops: Well, what would you prefer? Yellow spandex?