The clip Linda's eulogy from The Perfect Storm (2000) with Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
I did not know his crew very well.
But any man who sailed with him must've been the better for it.
...may you rest easy, long-liners...
...in fair winds and calm seas.
For those of us left behind...
...the unmarked grave which is home for those lost at sea...
...is of no consolation.
It can't be visited.
There is no headstone on which to rest a bunch of flowers.
The only place we can revisit them...
...is in our hearts or in our dreams.
They say swordboatmen suffer from a lack of dreams.
That's what begets their courage.
Well, we'll dream for you...
...and Alfred Pierre.
The clip The moment of truth from The Perfect Storm (2000) with Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
So this is the moment of truth.
This is where they separate the men from the boys.
How about it?
Are you Gloucestermen?
But why go all the way to the Flemish Cap to prove it?
Tell him, Alfred Pierre.
That's where the fish are.
Do we have any other choice?
Yeah. Crawl home, busted.
All right, skip.
The clip Sully attacks Murph from The Perfect Storm (2000)
Oh, boy, oh, boy. Look at that shiner.
Come on, Murph, will you?
Good morning. Where'd you get the mouse?
Chris "Boom-Boom" Cotter.
Put some hair around that hole, I bet you could hit it.
Not with a pool cue, or any other pointed instrument.
What do you know except to cut squid and take them to bed with you?
Ethel, where you getting your customers these days?
The welfare office?
Who gave you that scar, tough guy?
Back off! Back off.
Come on, swing it.
How you gonna act onboard if you're already at each other's throats?
All right, Ma.
See you onboard.
Alfred Pierre, one for the road?
No, tanks, Mom.
"No, tanks, Mom. " Guy can't even speak good English.
Well, anyway, can I get you anything?
Let's go, boys.
I'll wait for you in the car, Bobby.
Catch fish, boys. Lots of them. Full ahead.
Hold down the fort, Quentin.
Gotta go, Mom.
The Grand Banks.
Grand Banks are no joke in October. All right?
The clip Hanging out at the bar from The Perfect Storm (2000) with George Clooney, John Hawkes
What are you doing out here? Get in there. Get drunk.
Waiting on my ex...
...and my son.
Give him lots of hugs and kisses tonight.
You don't gotta remind me to do that, skip.
Ladies, you're looking fine. How you doing?
Can I buy you a drink? What, what, what?
What are you so happy about?
It wasn't exactly a slammer up on the Grand Banks.
Isn't it past your bedtime?
Bugs, how you making out?
I don't know. Maybe I smell like fish.
You need a new deodorant.
Maybe I need a new face.
Frickin' Alfred Pierre.
They were upstairs, they come down, a little refreshment.
Now they're going back up again.
Half an hour ago, they shook the lamps over the bar.
Last time she brought her sister. You should've seen the lamps then.
How do he do it, mon?
I think he's fishin' with a longer pole, Bugs.