The Accountant Movie Quotes and Review!
Review by Myla Tosatto
Be sure to read the list of The Accountant Movie Quotes that we liked the best along with our movie review below!
The Accountant Movie Quotes:
“Define Normal.”- Doctor (Jason Davis)
“Looks like someone has seen too many westerns.”- Frank Rice (Ron Prather) while watching Wolff target practice
“You’re probably right, Francis. You’re extremely old.”- Wolff to Francis Silverberg (Jeffery Tambor) about not getting out of jail
“You find one person you can trust. Just one person.”- Silverberg to Wolff
“I like safe. I like you safe.”- Wolff’s handler via phone
“Heavy sigh.”- Wolff’s handler
“Same spot, Simon. Why would you let me hit you in the same spot?”- Braxton (John Bernthal)
“What do you want, Dana Cummings?”- Wolff
“I have a pocket protector.”- Wolff
“That’s a nice pocket protector.”- Dana
“You’re needed in the area I am paying you to be in.”- Rita Blackburn (Jean Smart) to Dana
“I don’t guess.”- Wolff
“Dead? What did he do, hit him over the head with an adding machine?”- Braxton
“No, I don’t live here. It’s a storage unit. That would be weird.”- Wolff
“Chris, why are we here?”- Dana looking around at the very expensive hotel
“I thought this hotel had good water pressure.”- Wolf
“Who is Christian Wolff?”- Ray King
“The Accountant.”- Marybeth Medina
“You don’t see that every day.”- Ray King
“I was old 10 years ago.”- Ray King
“Maybe your son is capable of more than you know.”- Doctor
The Accountant Movie Review
At the beginning of the movie, Ray King (JK Simmons) asks the question “Do you like puzzles, Marybeth Medina?” That is the theme for the entire movie. Not only does the plot keep you twisting and turning, the genre does as well. Is it an action pic? Is it a suspense thriller? Is it vigilante film? Is it a buddy comedy? The answer is YES! To all of those questions. There is no puzzle about seeing this movie. Go see it! It is fantastic.
Ben Affleck plays Christian Wolff, a mild mannered accountant who is on the Autism Spectrum. Wolf is hired to look into the books of a robotics company owned by Lamar Black (John Lithgow). He meets the accountant that discovered the financial discrepancy for the company, Dana Cummings (Anna Kendrick). Christian and Dana form an unlikely friendship and get to the bottom of the monetary irregularities. Because Wolff may not be what he appears to be, Ray King and Marybeth Medina (Cynthia Addai-Robinson) of the Treasury Department pursue him all the while for suspected shady practices. By the end of the movie, everyone will have their answers and their puzzles will be solved.
Is the Accountant appropriate for kids?
I cannot stress enough that this an R rated movie. Do not bring children. The violence is intense. My viewing companions were two young men in their 20’s. While I was bowing my head down during the extreme scenes, I noticed them flinching as well. When 2 guys that play video games and love horror movies cringe, you know that this film is not made for everyone.