One good bully-related movie quote is from the 2003 romantic comedy "Love Actually." The Prime Minister, played by Hugh Grant, in reference to Britain's relationship with the United States, says "... a friend who bullies us is no longer a friend. And since bullies only respond to strength, from now onward I will be prepared to be much stronger."
Another good quote about bullies is from the 1991 comedy "City Slickers." In a tense scene, Phil Berquist, played by Daniel Stern, says, "I hate bullies! Because bullies don't just bully you, they take away your dignity!"
The fate of schoolyard bullies is referenced in a good quote from the 1997 film "Jack Frost." Natalie, played by Mika Boorem, responds to a bully with the following dubious statistic: "I hope you know that school bullies make up 75% of our prison population."
In a rousing speech in the 2001 film "The Majestic," Matt Damon's character Luke Trimble delivers this inspirational quote: "When bullies rise up, the rest of us have to beat them back down, whatever the cost. That's a simple idea, I suppose, but one worth giving everything for."
Judy Garland's character Esther Smith has a good bully-related quote in 1944's "Meet Me in St. Louis." Defending a bullied child, she makes her stance on bullies crystal clear: "If there's anything I hate, loathe, despise, and abominate, it's a bully."