The Boondock Saints
Murphy: We're sort of like 7-Eleven
. We''re not always doin' business, but we're always open.
Suzie: Remember when we had our condo? We could just go straight from the garage inside. No one would bother us. We could walk to 7-Eleven
Suzie: Hey, do you want to, I don't know, go out or something? We can go to 7-Eleven
and get pizza sticks.
Flight of the Navigator
David: Which way to Fort Lauderdale?
Flying Saucer: I only know what's in your head. You don't know the way from your house to a 7- Eleven
Dana: This is the amount we need to save drama. 6K, a.k.a. $6,000. How do we get it? Piff?
Epiphany: Bake sale.
Dana: Not enough dough, pun intended.
Heywood: Yo. We could knock over a 7-Eleven
Dana: Nice thought, but 7-Elevens
are not as vulnerable as they used to be. Don't ask me how I know that.
The House of Yes
Lesly: Anthony I'm not going to go to Pennsylvania with you. I'm not going to New York with you. I'm not going to 7-Eleven
In Your Eyes
Bo Soames: You know our cousin, Adam? The one who beat that aggravated assault charge against the 7-Eleven
Lyle: Kicked his lard ass all up and down the freezer section.
Jackie: Can we stop and get cigarettes?
Max: Sure. Have you ever been to the River Bottom
Jackie: I don't think so.
Max: It's all right. It's a cop bar.
Jackie: Can we just stop at a 7-Eleven
Max: I thought you might like to have a drink.
Jackie: I'd love to have a drink, but not there.
Max: How 'bout the Hilton
by the airport?
Frank: He's not dead. I flipped him.
Frank: He owns a string of 7-Elevens
in Orange County.