Narcos: 20 epic dialogues from the Netflix series
These powerful dialogues from Netflix’s ‘Narcos’ will make you crazier for the show!
‘Narcos’ is regarded as one of the finest Netflix original series till now. It revolves around the rise and fall of ‘Drug Lord’ Pablo Escobar and also, depicts the stories of many other drug kingpins of Colombia in late 80’s. The series is extremely well written, beautifully crafted and brilliantly executed. Along with the top notch performances, great cinematography and background score, ‘Narcos’ is also famous for some of its epic dialogues.
- “Lies are necessary, when the truth is too difficult to believe.” (Pablo Escobar)
- “There is a time to fight and there is a time to be clever.” (Pablo Escobar)
- “One man’s prison is anyone else’s palace.” (Steve Murphy)
- “What good is having all the money in the world if you can’t go home?” (Tata Escobar)
- “Geniuses are always branded as crazy.” (Pablo Escobar)
- “Imagine you were born in a poor family, in a poor city, in a poor country, and by the time you were 28 years old, you have so much money you can’t even count it. What do you do? You make your dreams come true.” (Steve Murphy)
- “The enemy of my enemy is my friend, until he becomes my enemy again. When that happens, God help them.” (Javier Pena)
- “I am not a rich person. I am a poor person with money.” (Pablo Escobar)
- “The bad guys need to get lucky every time. The good guys just need to get lucky once.” (Steve Murphy)
- “If you support evil, you are evil.” (Horacio Carrillo)
- “If you don’t play, you are going to watch others score.” (Orlando henao)
- “When you get too close to the sun, your dreams may melt away.” (Steve Murphy)
- “What good is being the king if nobody knows it? (Javier Pena)
- “Best way to make a bad story go away is to come up with a better story, and sell it hard.” (Steve Murphy)
- “The purpose of war is peace.” (Pablo Escobar)
- “To have power does not mean one can abuse the poor.” (Pablo Escobar)
- “If you want something done right, you have to do it yourself.” (Gilberto Rodriguez)
- “There is nothing lower than a rat. And if we let the rats run free, the streets will be filled with them.” (Pablo Escobar)
- “Sometimes you gotta do bad things to catch bad people.” (Javier Pena)
- “Problem is, nobody can control the dreams they have.” (Pablo Escobar)
So, which dialogue is your most favourite?