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Flight of the Navigator is a 1986 science fiction film directed by Randal Kleiser and written by Mark H. Baker and Michael Burton, about a 12-year-old boy named David who is abducted by an alien spacecraft and finds himself caught in a world which has changed around him.
Flight of the Navigator (1986):
Max: I told you, I blew a fuse when I totalled that electrical tower. I was checking out some daisies.
David: You crashed while looking at FLOWERS?

Max: I crashed into electrical towers and my star charts were erased. I need the ones in your head to complete my mission.
David: So you need ME and my INFERIOR brain to fly that thing?
Max: Correction, I need the SUPERIOR information in your INFERIOR brain to fly this... thing.

David: What are we doing all the way up here, you geek?
Max: Geek?
David: I swear to God if I was driving this thing we'd be home by now!
Max: Oh yeah?
David: Yeah!
Max: Oh yeah?
David: Yeah!
Max: OK turkey YOU fly it.
(Max turns everything off)

(Alien eats David's hat)
Max: That could have been your head David.

Max: Compliance!

Radar operator 1: Japanese air force report sightings of the aircraft above Tokyo, sir.
Dr. Faraday: Tokyo?
Radar operator 2: Japanese air force reports the aircraft has left Japanese airspace.
Dr. Faraday: Where's it going now?
by The Centurion December 01, 2012
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