The clip Staying at Laura's from Funny People (2009) with Adam Sandler, Leslie Mann
I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
I don't need to be in a marriage that is like that, so I'm fine.
I'm not worried about that. I just want you to be okay.
I would be scared if I was you right now.
Are you kidding me?
This is what needed to happen.
I would run away.
No, I'm staying here.
Are you gonna run away?
Where am I running to? Only if you come with me.
I really need you around right now.
Can you stay till Monday?
Can't we just go and, like, come back later, you know?
I mean, if this is meant to be, it'll be.
We don't have to be here right this second.
Can't we just go?
Man, I don't... I see...
Jesus Christ, every instinct in my body is telling me to leave here, too.
But that's what led me to this shitty life.
I gotta stay here. I gotta do the right thing. I love her.
Right now, her husband is gonna come back and murder us, man!
Did you see his arms? They look like legs!
Shut up. Don't be an idiot.
I'm not being an... Imagine that you are a gigantic Australian man
and someone came into your home and fucked your wife.
You would murder him and then you would make a hat out of his skin
'cause that's what Australians do. Let's go!
Ira, this is deep shit. People get divorced.
They make mistakes, they change their lives.
It's not that big of a deal. She's married to an asshole.
She seems like a crazy actress, man.
I don't know what to tell you, man.
Am I not allowed to be happy or something?
I've been living alone and alone and alone. That's my life.
This is the only girl I've ever loved
and I'm not supposed to do anything about this?
When am I supposed to be happy?
Why does everyone else get to be happy?
Look, George, I'm just gonna tell you this, as a friend.
From where I'm sitting it seems like your happiness
might be coming at the cost of destroying this family.
Okay, let me respond to that, as your friend,
and let you know you're not my friend.
You fucking work for me!
I didn't ask for your advice! You're overstepping your boundaries, man!
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The clip vincent-and-neil-sit-for-coffee from Heat (1995) with Al Pacino, Robert De Niro. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Seven years in Folsom. In the hole for three. McNeil before that. McNeil as tough as they say? You looking to become a penologist? You're looking to go back? You know, I chase down some crews... ...guys just looking to fuck up, get busted back. That you? You must've worked some dipshit crews. I worked all kinds. You see me doing thrill-seeking liquor-store holdups... ...with a "Born to Lose" tattoo on my chest? No, I do not. Right. I am never going back. Then don't take down scores. I do what I do best, I take scores. You do what you do best, trying to stop guys like me. So you never wanted a regular-type life? What the fuck is that? Barbecues and ball games? Yeah. This regular-type life like your life? My life? No, my life... No, my life's a disaster zone. I got a stepdaughter so fucked up... ...because her real father is this large-type asshole. I got a wife. We're passing each other on the down slope of a marriage... ...my third... ...because I spend all my time chasing guys like you around the block. That's my life. A guy told me one time: "Don't let yourself get attached to anything... ...you are not willing to walk out on in 30 seconds flat... ...if you feel the heat around the corner."