A lot of the times when I've auditioned for parts in America, the answer is, 'Sorry, we need a bigger name.'
— Michael Sheen
You know, I'm really busted up over this and I'm very, very sorry to those people in the audience, the blacks, the Hispanics, whites - everyone that was there that took the brunt of that anger and hate and rage and how it came through, and I'm concerned about more hate and more rage and more anger coming through, not just towards me but towards a black/white conflict.
— Michael Richards
I engaged in behavior which was regrettable and demonstrated bad judgment. I'm 23 years old and despite the successes I've had in the pool, I acted in a youthful and inappropriate way, not in a manner people have come to expect from me. For this, I am sorry. I promise my fans and the public it will not happen again.
— Michael Phelps
Are we going to say sorry for our lack of customer service? Absolutely not.
— Michael O'Leary
I don't mind dying if I have to, but I'm damned if I want to pay for the guarantee. I'm sorry.
— Michael Landon
I feel like I missed my era, because I remember the time when black people uplifted each other and looked for the positives. I feel sorry for the people who live their lives in the negative default setting because they filter out what's good, and that's no way to live.
— Michael Jai White
Anything is possible. I've got a few more miles in me. I'm not going to feel sorry for myself.
— Michael Flatley
I don't think that an emphasis on the peculiar plight of black males at all suggests that others are not suffering, or that such attention suggests that black men and women feel sorry for themselves.
— Michael Eric Dyson
People depend on the Open Internet to connect and communicate with each other freely. Voters need it to inform themselves before casting ballots. Without prompt corrective action by the Commission to reclassify broadband, this awful ruling will serve as a sorry memorial to the corporate abrogation of free speech.
— Michael Copps
Look at the streets! The people have smiles on their faces, they're hustling and bustling and going places, they're well-dressed, there's lots of construction going on. It's kind of hard to feel sorry for an economy like this.
— Michael Bloomberg
And if I were the president, I'd go out there and I'd emphasize the things I have done, and I'd say, 'Some things haven't worked, and I'm sorry about that, but I keep trying.' And I'm - and I think the president is a very viable candidate, and you're going to have a real horse race here no matter who the Republican nominee is.
— Michael Bloomberg
The Founding Fathers would be sorry to see that America had become so divided and factionalized.
— Michael Beschloss
I was born in Orange County - in Santa Ana. My dad is from California. I was raised on the East Coast. My first two years were in California, but I claim East Coast. I'm sorry, I don't rep California.
— Michael B. Jordan
Sam was slow getting up. To Quinn he looked like an old man standing up after slipping on the ice. But he looked up at Quinn and performed a sort of salute. I owe you, Quinn." I'm sorry I didn't get him," Quinn answered. Sam shook his head. "Man, don't ever be sorry you don't want to kill someone.
— Michael Grant
I'm calling from my car, I'm sorry, I'm like running around like crazy.
— Melissa Joan Hart
I am not sorry for a moment . It was worth every moment, every second we were together. I would not change it for an immortal lifetime
— Melissa de la Cruz
I'm so sorry for loving you, I'm so sorry.... But it was such a wonderful dream, my love, such a wonderful dream.
— Melissa de la Cruz
Everything hurts, every single thing including the weight of him and I'm crying because it hurts and he's telling me he's sorry over and over again, and I figure somewhere down the track we'll work out the right way of doing this but I don't want to let go, because tonight I'm not looking for anything more than being a part of him. Because being a part of him isn't just anything. It's kind of everything.
— Melina Marchetta
Sorry, Bex," Jason said "You don't have the recognizable facial characteristics - such as a huge chin, or a large amount of real estate between the eyes - that would merit the bestowing of a criminal mastermind nickname such as Lockjaw or Walleye. Whereas Crazytop here...well, just look at her." "Atleast I can blow-dry my hair straight," I pointed out. "Which is more than what I can say for your nose, Hawkface.
— Meg Cabot
Mia, I'm not sorry. And I'll wait. Love, Michael.
— Meg Cabot
I'm sorry, Heather, but everything was not just fine before I got here. You know how I know that? Because you're dead. Okay? You are dead. Dead people don't have lockers, or best friends, or boyfriends. You know why? Because they're dead.-Suze Simon
— Meg Cabot
Be a child again. Flirt. Giggle. Dip your cookies in your milk. Take a nap. Say you're sorry if you hurt someone. Chase a butterfly. Be a child again.
— Max Lucado
You made her apologize for sickness. For her courage. You made her feel sorry for dying.
— Matthew Tobin Anderson
I'm a screwed-up person who no longer knows how to communicate with the people I love. But I meant everything I told you in my letter. If I were your Nikki, I would have come back to you on Christmas Day, but I'm not Nikki. I know. And I'm sorry.
— Matthew Quick
The only way to beat my crazy was by doing something even crazier. Thank you. I love you. I knew it from the moment I saw you. I'm sorry it took me so long to catch up.
— Matthew Quick
When he [the slothful person] is pressed to be diligent, either in his worldly affairs or in the business of religion, this is his excuse (and a sorry excuse it is as bad as none).
— Matthew Henry
I'm sorry, but I can't make a movie with the blonde from 'ER' who is starring in every single bad romantic comedy.
— Matthew Fox
A sympathetic look always makes me feel sorry for myself.
— Mason Cooley
Many survivors refuse to talk about what they went through but I've never been ashamed to have been in one of those places. The shame is not mine; the church should be ashamed. They say now they're sorry - what they mean is, sorry they were found out.
— Mary Norris
In the inner city, there's a mentality that the government owes you something. My breakthrough came when I stopped feeling sorry for myself and took responsibility for every part of my life. No more pity parties. I've gotta love me more than anybody else loves me.
— Mary J. Blige
Of course there's something there; unfortunately, there's always something "there.' Something you will one day be sorry you saw.
— Mary Gaitskill
We can feel sorry for ourselves or we can put the work boots on and understand the situation and the reality of it all.
— Marty Turco
The first element that I connected with was the emotion. Sorry, that's how it goes.
— Martin Scorsese
The quota idea is a good one, but there are two problems with it. The first is clear: A quota system would also require all European countries to be prepared to take refugees. And secondly: What happens when the quota has been filled? Would we then simply tell those who are threatened, sorry but we have to send you back?
— Martin Schulz
I'd just like to thank everybody who was involved in the film, especially Brendan Gleeson and RuaidhrÃ Conroy. And RuaidhrÃ, I'm sorry that you couldn't be here tonight but I hope next time, if they let you into the country.
— Martin McDonagh
Let the wife make the husband glad to come home, and let him make her sorry to see him leave.
— Martin Luther
Vidal gives the impression of believing that the entire heterosexual edifice - registry offices, 'Romeo and Juliet,' the disposable diaper - is just a sorry story of self-hypnosis and mass hysteria: a hoax, a racket, or sheer propaganda.
— Martin Amis
Sorry to take your award, Faith ... Everybody knows that it's really not about the numbers and the chart positions and the sales and all that stuff, it's about relationships and my two best friends are at home ... I know you're as excited as I am.
— Martie Maguire
I am sure that if the devil existed, he would want us to feel very sorry for him.
— Martha Stout
One must feel sorry for those who have strange tastes, but never insult them. Their wrong is Nature's too; they are no more responsible for having come into the world with tendencies unlike ours than are we for being born bandy-legged or well-proportioned.
— Marquis de Sade