The clip Having to Get 200K from The Money Pit (1986) with Josh Mostel, Wendell Pierce
Jog with me, Wally.
I don't wanna break my rhythm.
How long have you been doing this, Jack?
Oh, six months. It's great.
Next month I'm gonna run in a 1-K. Would you believe it?
Before I started this, I couldn't fit into these clothes.
I feel better. I look better. I sweat better.
So you called my office.
Do you have some good news for me?
When you hear what I got for you, just remember this is a conservative club.
Don't rip off my shoes and kiss my feet.
You don't have to worry about that.
You asked for an apartment? Something nice, yet affordable?
Uh, Jack, could you sweat the other way, please?
Wally, will you listen to me?
Not if you keep calling me Wally.
What is that?
Oh, it's nothing. It's a pulse alarm.
Well, maybe we should stop.
No, no, no. These things are unreliable.
Walter, can you get your hands on $200,000 by close of business Friday?
Well, let me see.
If I sell everything I own, maybe I can buy you lunch.
Jack? Jack, are you all right?
I'm fine, really.
Take it easy, Mr Schnittman.
Has this ever happened before?
Seven times in the past five months.
I thought jogging was getting you in better shape.
Yeah. Thanks to the jogging, now I can lift him into the ambulance.
Walter, this is a million-dollar house, literally.
I just want an apartment. My girlfriend's ex-husband returned from Europe today.
No, we have to get out of his place now. It's an uncomfortable situation.
Why would somebody sell a million-dollar house for 200,000?
Who knows? A divorce, loan sharks...
drugs, sudden death.
The point is: You get to capitalize on a fellow human being's misfortune.
That's the basis of real estate. Have we got a deal?
You are more beautiful than ever.
The clip the-feral-kid-wants-to-go-with-max from Mad Max 2 (1981) with Mel Gibson, Mel Gibson. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Get out, kid. Come on, get out of here. Go on, get out. Scat. Get out.
The clip failing-to-convince-max-to-stay from Mad Max 2 (1981) with Michael Preston, Mel Gibson. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. I told you, he's leaving. What did I tell you? Look, he's leaving. Look, I don't have time for long speeches. I want you to drive the tanker. Sorry. We had a contract. I kept my part of the bargain. We'll make a new contract. I've got all I need here. You don't have a future. I could offer you that. Rebuild our lives. Max... ...buy a ticket for 2,000 miles. You have to come, sonny. This is where we're going. Paradise. Two thousand miles from here. Fresh water, plenty of sunshine. Nothing to do but breed. No, thanks. What is it with you, huh? What are you looking for? Come on, Max, everyone's looking for something. You happy out there, are you? Wandering? One day blurring into another? You're a scavenger, Max. You're a maggot. Do you know that? You're living off the corpse of the old world. Tell me your story. Come on, tell me your story. What burned you out? Kill one man too many? See too many people die? Lose some family? Oh, so that's it. You lost some family. That make you something special, does it? Listen to me.