Hulk (2003): Repressed Memories


Uploaded on February 21, 2012 by AnyClip

The clip Repressed memories from Hulk (2003) with Sam Elliott, Eric Bana

What a coincidence.
So you're not gonna tell me where he is, are ya?
How many times do I have to tell you? I'd like to help you, but I just don't know
You know who I am. Right, Banner?
Your Betty's father. You're a high-ranking general.
Let's cut the crap.
I'm the guy who had your father tossed away, and a lot more like him,
and I'll do the same with you if I feel so disposed. You understand?
If you had him tossed away, then why are you asking me?
I don't remember. I was always told my father was dead.
Don't play with me!
You were four years old when you saw it.
When I saw what?
You were right there. How could anyone forget a thing like that?
Oh, some more repressed memories.
Just tell me.
I'm sorry, son.
You're an even more screwed-up mess than I thought you'd be.
Until we get to the bottom of this,
your lab has been declared a top-secret military site...
and you're not gonna get a security clearance to get back into it...
or any other lab that's doing anything more interesting than...
trying to figure out the next generation of herbal hair gel.
One more thing.
If you ever...
come within a thousand yards of my daughter again,
I'll put you away for the rest of your natural life.

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