The Movie: Wild at Heart, 1990 (David Lynch, director and screenwriter, from the novel by Barry Gifford)
Who says it: Nicolas Cage as Sailor, ex-convict, Elvis fan and lover of the sociopathic Lula (Laura Dern)
The context: Sailor says this all through the movie, as he and Lula run from the hit man hired by Lula’s crazy mother (Diane Ladd)
How to use it: You can probably figure this one out for yourself.
I'm going to pick up my car this morning. Barring unexpected developments, I'll leave here tomorrow.
In all this distress over getting my car fixed, I've forgotten to be distressed about leaving. That's probably a good thing.