Carl Van Loon (Robert De Niro) competition speech from the movie Limitless. Great dialogue!

Bradley Copper (Eddie Morra): Well in order for a career to evolve, I am going to have to move on…

Carl Van Loon (Rober De Niro): That you would even think that would only show me how unprepared you are to be on your own. I mean you do know you are freak…your deductive powers are a gift from god, or chance, or a stray shot of sperm, or whatever or whoever the hell wrote your life script-a gift, not earned. You do not know what I know because you did not earn those powers. Your careless with those powers; you flaunt them and you throw them around like a brat with his trust fund; you haven’t had to climb up all the greasy little rungs; you haven’t been board blind at the fund raisers; you haven’t done the time in that first marriage to that girl with the right father-you think you can leap over it all with a single bound. You haven’t had to bribe, or charm, or threaten your way to a seat at that table. You don’t know how to access you competition because you have competed. Don’t make me your competition.