Looper Quotes Page 1 2 USER REVIEWS
[first lines; we see an open pocket watch showing the time, then as Joe waits in a field, he listens to a French learning tape and repeats the phrases he hears]
Joe: Il y a. Nous avons. Nous avons. Nous avons. Vous avez.
[he turns off the tape, then suddenly a man appears out of thin air, with a bag over his head, and Joe quickly shoots and kills him]
[we see Joe rip open the back of the jacket of the man he just killed, exposing 4 bars of silver, he then loads the body into the back of his truck and takes it to an industrial furnace]
Joe: [voice over] Time travel has not yet been invented. But thirty years from now, it will have been. It will be instantly outlawed, used only in secret by the largest criminal organizations. It’s nearly impossible to dispose of a body in the future. I’m told tagging techniques and what not. So when these criminal organizations in the future need someone gone, they use specialized assassins, in our present, called Loopers. And so, my employers in the future, nab the target, they zap him back to me, their looper. He appears, hands tied and head sacked, and I do the necessaries, collect my silver. So the target is vanished from the future, and I’ve just disposed of a body that technically does not exist.
[Joe drops the body into a shaft that leads to a furnace]
Joe: [voice over] Clean.
[Joe goes to a roadside diner for breakfast and waitress comes over and smiles at Joe]
Beatrix: Bonjour, Joe.
Joe: Bonjour, Beatrix.
Beatrix: How’s the French?
Joe: Slow. How’s the coffee?
[Joe goes to a pawn shop, drops his gun into a basket then goes to a backroom and slides 2 silver bars through a small slot]
Joe: Two jed.
[a wad of cash is given in exchange for the silver bars, Joe turns to leave and runs into another Looper]
Dale: Hey, Joe. Be at the club tonight?
[Joe walks off and collects his gun]
[Dale makes his deposit of 4 bars of silver]
Dale: Four jed.
[we see Joe at home, listening to an old album, he eats, gets dressed, checks his hairline in the mirror and then falls on his bed and says to himself]
Joe: Bonjour, mademoiselle.
[Joe goes to the garage and gets his car and drives off into the dangerous looking city]
[threatening a homeless man as he walks near his bike]
Seth: Hey, walk around. Around the bike!
[Seth points his gun at the homeless man]
Homeless Man: Hey, I don’t want no trouble.
Seth: I’m not kidding! Right around! You shit!
Homeless Man: If you had a mama, she didn’t raise you right!
Seth: That’s funny, because I’m going to pick your mother up later on my bike and I’m gonna take my Blunderbuss…!
[just at that moment Joe drives up]
Joe: Hey, Seth.
Seth: Hey, Joe.
[referring to Seth’s bike]
Joe: That’s new?
Seth: Yeah, thanks. Goddamn thing won’t fucking start. So you going to the Belle?
[as Joe drive them to the club]
Joe: So you bought a slater?
Joe: How much did that thing set you back?
[Seth doesn’t reply]
Joe: How much?
Seth: I was gonna pull up in it tonight.
Joe: Well, congratulations. You’re pulling up with me instead.
[Joe sees Seth toying around with a quarter, telekinetically floating it above his hand]
Joe: Don’t. If we’re going in, don’t do that.
Seth: Chicks dig TK’s.
Joe: They do not.
Seth: Yes, they do.
Joe: That’s tacky, don’t do it.
[as they drive up to the club]
Joe: [voice over] About ten percent of the population has this TK mutation. When it first appeared, everyone thought we were gonna get superheroes, but it turns out, this was it. Now it’s just a bunch of assholes think they’re blowing your mind floating quarters. It’s like this whole town, big heads, small potatoes.
[as they enter the club]
Club Bouncer: Full house tonight, Joe.
Joe: We’ll stick back stage. Just meetin’ up, in and out.
Club Bouncer: Cash in your Blunderbusses?
Joe: Hardly. Right, Seth?
[Joe walks on ahead though backstage of the club]
Seth: Hardly. I’m with Joe. Just meetin’ up and in and out.
Club Bouncer: Uh-huh.
[as Joe walks through backstage of the club, he calls out to one of the club dancers]
Joe: Hey, Suzanne?
Joe: You working a shit tonight?
Suzie: Yeah, but a Gat Man bought me out already for the night.
Suzie: Sweetie, I gotta work.
[looking disappointed, Joe turns to walk off]
[after getting turned down by Suzie, Dale cuts by and Joe follows him, he sees several other Loopers gathered at the top of a stairwell]
Dale: Zach. He’s in there right now with Abe.
Joe: For what?
Dale: Closed his loop.
Joe: No shit!
[Joe looks down and sees his boss showing Zach out with a shoulder pat]
Joe: [voice over] There’s a reason we’re called, why we sign up for this job, taking out the future’s garbage. We also agree to a very specific provisal. Time travel in the future is so illegal, that when our employers wanna close our contracts, they’ll also wanna erase any trace of their relationship with us ever existing. So if we’re still alive thirty years from now, they’ll find our older self, zap him back to us, and we’ll kill him like any other job. This is called, ‘closing your loop.’ And you get a golden pay day, you get a handshake, and you get released from your contract. Enjoy the next thirty years. This job doesn’t tend to attract the most forward thinking people.
[after getting released from his contract, Zach walks up to the other Loopers]
Zach: So, we are we…celebratin’?
[the other Loopers cheer as they agree, they all go off to party, Joe uses eye droppers filled with drugs to get high, then everyone gets thrown of the club, Joe drives them around in his car where he nearly hits a kid]
[next morning, Joe wakes, finds a note with a time, he drives out to the corn field, shoots his target, disposes of the body and heads to his usual roadside diner]
Beatrix: Bonjour, Joe.
[Beatrix serves him his usual coffee]
Joe: Ravi de te voir, Beatrix.
Beatrix: Ooh, la la.
[we then see Joe go the cornfield again to shoot another target, we see him later that night go to his usual club, Joe and Dale watch as other Loopers celebrating]
Dale: What’s that, four loop closes this month?
[Joe watches Suzie dance on stage, gets high with the eye droppers, then we keep seeing him repeating the pattern of killing his targets in the cornfield, collecting the silver bricks and going to the club]
[Joe gets woken up in the middle of the night by a scared Seth pounding on his window]
Joe: Seth, Jesus!
[Joe opens the window and let’s a scared looking Seth in]
Seth: Ssh! They’ll be here any minute. Are they here?
Joe: No. Who?
Seth: Oh, Christ! Joe! Christ!
[Joe turns off the lights]
Seth: What are you doing?!
Joe: Give me the gun.
Seth: Oh, alright.
[Joe takes Seth’s gun]
Joe: Come here. Get away from the window.
Seth: Oh, Christ! Christ, Joe!
Joe: Quite down.
Seth: You can protect me a little, right, Joe? Just so they don’t…
Joe: What did you do?
Seth: Oh, jeez. This is like a nightmare. This is a nightmare.
[after letting Seth into his apartment and asking him why he’s scared]
Joe: [voice over] I knew then what he did, so I don’t know why I asked.
Seth: What did you do?
[we see flashback of Seth as he’s about to shoot a target]
Seth: He…he was singing, through the gag-it-sack, but I could hear the tune. Deep memories. My mom in a dark room, taking care of me, singing that tune. I knew, it was me.
[Joe looks at Seth]
Seth: Joe, I couldn’t. I couldn’t. I had to see.
[we see as Seth takes off the bag off his older self’s head]
Seth: He told me…he told me, there’s a new holy terror boss man in the future, and he’s closing all the loops. The Rainmaker, they call him. He told me and…and then he wanted a cigarette, so I untied him and he gives me this look. And he just starts running. I had my Blunderbuss, so I know I’ve got about fifteen strides till he’s out of my range. And they come, and they go, and I just watch him till he’s gone.
Joe: [voice over] This is called, ‘letting your loop run.’ It’s not a good thing.
[after confessing to Joe that’s he let his loop run]
Seth: What do I do? You’re the only friend I got, Joe. You gotta help me.
Joe: Fucking idiot coming here. You can’t be here. I’ll give you some money, that’s it, then you leave.
Seth: Joe, a little money! Where am I gonna go?
Joe: You’ll hide in the freight train, and you beat it the hell out of town…
[suddenly there’s a knock at Joe’s door, Seth whimpers in terror, Joe tries to quite him down, he looks at his front door camera and sees it’s Kid Blue and some Gat Men]
Joe: Just a minute.
Kid Blue: Open this Goddamn door!
[turning to Seth]
Joe: I can’t do anything for you, Seth.
Seth: You gotta hide me! Please, Joe! Please! Hide me! Please! Christ! Please! Buy me some time, and I’ll go! Please!
[Kid Blue continues to knock at Joe’s door]
Kid Blue: Are you gonna make me bust this door down?!
Joe: Yeah, hold on!
[Joe hesitates for a moment before saying]
Kid Blue: Come on, Joe! Open up!
[Joe opens his floor safe, holding all his silver bricks, and lets Seth crawl into it, he closes, smooths his rug over it and opens his front door]
[Kid Blue pushes Joe aside and looks around his apartment]
Kid Blue: That took a while.
Joe: You think it’s easy lookin’ this good?
Kid Blue: Tye is gonna watch your apartment while we go have a talk with Abe.
[to Tye as he gets his coat]
Joe: There’s coffee in the tin.
Tye: Thank you.
[While they wait outside of their boss’ office, Kid gets his gun out and plays with it]
Kid Blue: Do you know why they call the pea shooter here a Blunderbuss? Cause it’s impossible to hit anything further than 15 yards, impossible to miss anything closer. It’s a gun for fuckup turkeys. Not like a Gat. A Gat has a range, accuracy.
Joe: Kid, cut it out, or you’ll blow your other foot off.
[suddenly Kid stands and points his gun at Joe, they stare at each other for a moment, Kid cocks his gun and smiles at Joe, at that moment Abe opens his office door and accidentally slams the door into head, Kid’s gun discharges and hits the wall]
Abe: What the hell’s goin’ on out there?
[Joe walks into Abe’s office]
Joe: How you doin’, Abe?
[Abe looks down at Kid]
Abe: You didn’t shoot your other foot off, did you, Kid?
[he walks back into office and closes the door]
[in Abe’s office]
Abe: My great grandfather told my grandfather, men select spiders. It’s the little ones you gotta be careful of.
Joe: I don’t know if I agree with that.
Abe: Yeah? What the fuck did my great grandfather know?
Joe: [voice over] This man is from the future, he was sent back here by the mob. A one way ticket to run the Loopers. That’s low effort, even for Abe, so to pass the time he recruited some real muscle, the Gat Men. Now he runs the city, and any other city that be impressive.
[Abe sits at his desk and looks at Joe for a moment]
Abe: How can you kids stand to wear those shoulders. Those…cravats.
[Joe points to his tie]
Abe: It’s ridiculous. You’re aware we don’t have a dress code.
Abe: You know, well, you don’t know. The movies that you’re dressing like are just copying other movies. It’s Goddamn twentieth century affectations. Do something new, huh? Put a glowing thing around your neck, or use rubberized…just be new
Joe: Well, it was nice chatting with you, Abe.
Abe: I do like you, Joe. That and I’m sure enough that Seth paid you a visit, we’re gonna have to do something about that.
Abe: You’re expecting that we’re going to break your fingers with a hammer, or something awful, but I’m gonna diffuse that tension right now. That’s not gonna happen. What is gonna happen, is that I’m gonna talk for a little. Not even that long. And then you’re gonna give up your friend.
Joe: My friend? Sorry, I’m…I’m confused.
Abe: Well then, I’ll talk a little. You know, you were the youngest Looper I ever hired. You’re the Goddamn ridiculous they said.
Abe: Blunderbuss up to here on you. I remember they brought you in, I forget what it was for.
Joe: Watch shop.
Abe: Mm. That’s…yeah. You rolled one of our fronts, the watch shop. And they had you, you know, you know this kid, like an animal. But you…you looked at me, your hair stuck to half your face, just the one eye looking at me. I could see. I could see it happening on the TV, the bad version of your life. Like a vision, I could see, how you’d turn bad. So I changed it. I cleaned you up and put a gun in your hand. I gave you something that was yours.
Joe: And I’m grateful for that, Abe.
Abe: I gave you something that was yours. And I remember that kid, and I think if you ask yourself, if you ask, who would I sacrifice for what’s mine, I think Seth would be deep and cozy inside that circle. And I’ll show you how much I know you. I’m not even gonna break you, I’m just gonna set you back aways. Now we know that you’ve been stashing half your bars. Which is smart, no law against it. You’re gonna get out, you’re gonna go overseas. Right? Studying up your Mandarin?
Abe: French? You give him up, or you give us half your stash. You’re willing to dump your silver in the dirt for Seth.
[realizing the decision he has to make, Joe looks down for a moment]
Joe: You gonna kill him?
Abe: Not if we can help it. It’s too cataclysmic a change for the future. Now, what we’ll do is dangerous in that regards. Well not…it’s dangerous just killing him, on top of which a man from the future runs free. And all this time travel shit, just fries your brain like an egg. Why the fuck French?
Joe: I’m going to France.
Abe: You should go to China.
Joe: I’m going to France.
Abe: I’m from the future, you should go to China.
Joe: I’m going to France.
Abe: You’re going…
[Abe stops realizing he can’t say too much, Joe pauses for a moment to think]
Joe: The floor safe under the rug. Six seven four two.
[Abe looks at one of his men who he leaves the room]
Abe: It’s the little ones that get you.
[leaving Abe’s office after giving up Seth’s hiding place]
Abe: Why don’t you kill an hour, Joe? On the house.
[Joe turns and leaves, Abe turns to Kid]
Abe: Call the Doc.
[we then see older Seth making a run for it in the city, he notices a scar on his palm pointing to his wrist, he sees a message has been carved into his skin telling him to be at 75 Wire Street in 15 minutes, as he prepares to climb a fence he notices his right hand is now missing a finger and watches in horror as more fingers disappear, as he races against time to reach the location, he loses his nose, legs and arms]
Old Seth: Wait! Wait! Wait!
[he drags himself on his stumps to the door of the address, the door opens and older Seth closes his eyes as Kid blasts his gun, killing older Seth]
[Joe is at the club with Suzie, she watches the clock and gives him the eye drop drugs as he lies on her bed]
Joe: I can’t remember my mother’s face. She used to run her hands through my hair. Just like this.
[he takes Suzie’s hand and runs it through his hair, Suzie then tries to take his clothes off but he stops her]
Joe: I think I just let my best friend get killed tonight, for silver.
Joe: Yeah. Shit.
[Suzie tries to run her hand down his trousers, but he drags her hand up]
Joe: I’m gonna give you some money. I’ve been stashing my silver for years, and I’m gonna give you half of it. It means you can leave.
Suzie: You wanna give me half your silver? Silver’s got strings. I got my job, you got yours. It’s sweet of you to worry about me, but I’m doing fine. Why don’t we just stick to ‘services rendered’?
[she starts running her hand through his hair]
Suzie: Is this what you want?
[she watches the clock to see when the hour is up, Joe then returns home, he opens the safe, Seth is gone but the silver remains, he notices a bar knocked out of place and pushes it back, he looks at his finger which has the blood smear from the bar]
[next day Joe continues his routine and goes to the corn field to kill his next target, but his target is late, suddenly the target appears, this time with no bag over his head and not bound, they look at each other for a split second before Joe realizes that it’s older self, as Joe goes to shoot, old Joe quickly turns and the shot hits the gold bars strapped to his back, Old Joe grabs one of the bars and whips it at Joe and then he quickly manages to knock Joe out, Joe wakes up to find note from old Joe]
Note from Old Joe: Hop a train out of town. RUN.
[after waking and finding old Joe gone, Joe returns to his apartment to find it ransacked and his floor safe open, as he goes to grab some money, he hears Kid Blue and another Gat Man approaching, he hides in the closet, as the Gat Men leaves and Kid collects the silver bars from the floor safe, a gunshot rings out, Kid cocks his gun turns and suddenly Joe spring out and forces Kid into the floor safe and slams the door on his fingers]
Kid Blue: Goddammit!
Joe: Mr. Kid, I’m sorry! Tell Abe I’m gonna fix this! Tell him, I’m gonna find him and I’m gonna kill him! Tell Abe…!
[suddenly Kid fires his gun through the floor sage, catching Joe’s ear, as another Gat Man enters the apartment and starts shooting at Joe, he sprints to the window and jumps out, falls and everything goes black]
[we’re back in the corn field and the exact same scene, as Joe waits for his target, his target appears, but this time his target is gagged, bound with bag over his head, Joe kills him and finds the gold bars strapped to his back, realizing he’s killed Old Joe and closed his loop, we then see Joe collect his silver and gold bars, moving to Shanghai and we see an alternate life as Joe gets older, continuing to take drugs, running out of money and eventually becoming a Gat Man, then falling in love and marrying, after 30 years have passed we find Old Joe waking up one morning with some numbers scrawled on his palm, then Gat Men burst into his home take him and get him ready to be sent back in time to be killed by young Joe, but Joe breaks free and kills his captors, he looks at the photo of his wife in his clock, then steps into the time machine and teleports himself to the past, back to young Joe waiting in the corn field and old Joe knocking out young Joe and escaping]
[after old Joe knocks Joe out, he takes his car, stops off at a store to stock up]
Old Joe: You got any aspirin?
Bodega Owner: Uh-huh.
Old Joe: All of them, please.
[the cashiers drops the last remaining aspirin bottles into the bag, then old Joe points his gun at the cashier]
Old Joe: I’m gonna take that coat too.
[old Joe starts getting new memories of what young Joe is did after he knocked him out, breaking his phone and going back to his apartment]
Old Joe: What are you doing? What are you doing? Joe, I told you to run.
[old Joe then watches as young Joe tries to sneaking back to his apartment]
Old Joe: Don’t do it, you idiot.
[he sees Joe making a run for it into his apartment and sees Kid Blue standing outside the apartment building]
Old Joe: Fucking Kid Blue.
[old Joe then shoots and kills Kid’s driver, this is the gunshot sound heard earlier, he steals the driver’s gun and finds young Joe climbing down the fire escape with a Gat Man shooting at him, old Joe aims to shoot but the gun doesn’t go off, as he tries to get the gun going, young Joe falls from the building and lands on top of a car, old Joe then takes another aim and this time shoots and kills the Gat Man, he goes over to where young Joe’s body has landed]
Old Joe: You stupid little shit.
[he takes young Joe’s unconscious body and drives off]
[at the club, Abe has gathered his men to give instructions about Joe]
Abe: Sweep the train yard. Every second that passes is bad. Get on it!
[his men leave and Abe walks into office where Kid is sat holding an ice pack on head]
Abe: Little shit!
Kid Blue: I can fix this. I can find him!
Abe: Go home. Let the grown ups work. Kid Blue.
[when Joe awakens, he is in the outskirts of town with his ear bandaged, he starts running and trying to hide from Abe’s men; referring to old Joe]
Joe: You old bastard, how do I find you?!
[old Joe breaks into the Public Library trying to decode the numbers on his palm and prints out some maps, then he notices an arrow appear on his wrist pointing down to the letters ‘BEATRIX’, then old Joe goes Beatrix’s diner where Joe is waiting for him, old Joe sits across from him and they look at each other for a moment before Beatrix walks up to them to take their order]
Old Joe: Please. Black, and some water.
Beatrix: Anything else?
[he looks at Joe]
Old Joe: Are we eatin’?
Joe: I ordered something.
Old Joe: Steak and eggs. Rare and scrambled.
Beatrix: Two steak and eggs coming up.
[Beatrix walks off]
[referring to the wound on Joe’s arm where he’d carved the message ‘BEATRIX’]
Old Joe: It must hurt.
Joe: I wasn’t sure you’d remember her.
Old Joe: Yeah, I put it together. Clever. You know, there’s another girl who works here on the weekends.
Old Joe: Right.
Joe: Less letters. They’ve been burned.
[Beatrix brings them their steak and eggs]
Beatrix: Pour vous.
Old Joe: Merci.
Old Joe: How’s your French coming?
Joe: Good. You gonna tell me how I’m gonna be learnin’ Mandarin?
Old Joe: I never regretted learning French.
[old Joe speaks in French]
Old Joe: [subtitled] I know you have a gun between your legs.
[Joe looks at him, not understanding what he said]
Old Joe: No? Well, you’ll get there eventually. Obviously.
Joe: Alright, listen. I know this is a hard situation for you, but we both know how this has to go down. I can’t let you walk away from this time alive. This is my life now, I earned it, you’ve had yours already. So why don’t you do what old men do and die? Get the fuck out of my way.
Old Joe: Why don’t you take your little gun out from between your legs and do it…boy?
[they stare at each other for a second and old Joe looks away]
Old Joe: It’s hard staring into your eyes. It’s too strange.
Joe: You’re face looks backwards.
Old Joe: Yeah.
Joe: So, do you know what’s gonna happen? You done all this already, as me?
Old Joe: I don’t wanna talk about time travel shit. Cause if we start talking about it, then we’re gonna be here all day talking about it, making diagrams with straws. It doesn’t matter.
Joe: If I hurt myself it changes your body. This is what I do now, change your memory.
[suddenly old Joe snaps in anger]
Old Joe: It doesn’t matter!
[old Joe calms himself]
Old Joe: My memory is cloudy. Too cloudy, cause my memories aren’t really memories, they’re just one possible eventuality now. And they grow clearer or cloudier as they become more or less likely. But then they get to the present moment, and they’re instantly clear again. I can remember what you do after you do it, and it hurts.
Joe: So even when we’re apart, you can remember what I do after doing it?
Old Joe: Yes. But this is a precise description of a fuzzy mechanism. It’s…it’s messy. All I know, I know two things. I know what’s happening in my head and I know that you’re still gonna meet her.
[old Joe takes out his watch and opens it to look at the photo of his wife, young Joe recognizes the watch which is the same one hanging from his trousers]
Old Joe: She’s gonna save your life. For a long time she thought we were gonna…we’d have a baby. Would have been a great mother. She wanted it so much.
Joe: Yeah, but she…how? You says she saves my life?
Old Joe: Yes. Let’s take a look at your life. You’re a killer, you’re a junkie with a fucking child mentality. What’s mine? My life, save your life? You’re asking me how? The question is why? Why would some sacrifice their life? Why would someone waste themselves?
Joe: Cut your high and mighty bullshit. I don’t need my life…
Old Joe: Shut your fucking child mouth. You’re so self-absorbed and stupid, and she’s gonna clean you up and she’s gonna take…
[old Joe has flashback to the time his wife helped him through his withdrawals from drugs]
Old Joe: You are gonna take her love, like a sponge. And you think, maybe I’m clear of the past, maybe I’m safe. Yesterday…
Joe: Yesterday, what?
Old Joe: Thirty years from now is yesterday. And I can remember it, and I’m gonna tell you what happens to this beautiful woman, who saved your worthless fucking life.
[we see flashback to when the Gat Men burst open into old Joe’s house, and as they are holding him at gun point, suddenly they hear Joe’s wife in the garden and one of the Gat Men shoots and hits her through the stomach, fatally wounding her]
Old Joe: Have you heard of the Rainmaker?
Joe: Yeah, Seth said that night. Your boss from the future, used the words ‘holy terror’.
Old Joe: Yeah. The rain of terror. Mass executionist, vagrant purges, everywhere at once. Legend is that the Rainmaker came out of nowhere. In the span of six months, took total control of the five major syndicates.
Joe: Had to take an army.
Old Joe: But he didn’t have an army. The story is that he did it alone. Alone, alone.
Joe: So how did he do it?
Old Joe: That’s the mystery. There’s no pictures of him, either if it’s a him. It’s insane. There’s stories that he has a synthetic jaw, saw his mom shot, shit like that. But word spread about him through the ex-Looper grapevine, because the first thing he did was start closing loops. All of them.
[he takes out a piece of paper with the numbers that were written on his hand written on it]
Old Joe: You know what this is? This number?
[old Joe has flashback to how he came by those numbers, as the Rainmaker is raining terror in the city, old Joe’s friend calls him with what he’s found out about the Rainmaker]
Old Joe’s Friend: It could lead us right to the Rainmaker, Joe! It was in the hospital records! Write this down! Zero, seven, one, five, three, nine, zero, two, nine, three, five!
[suddenly there’s an explosion in his office and the line cuts off and old Joe writes the number on his palm]
[referring to the numbers]
Old Joe: This is a piece of identifying information on the Rainmaker. He’s here. He lives here, now. In this county. And I’m gonna use it to find him and I’m gonna kill him. And I’m gonna stop him from killing my wife.
Joe: Fuck you, and your wife. None of this concerns me.
Old Joe: This is gonna happen to you, you stupid…!
Joe: It happened to you, it doesn’t have to happen to me! You got her picture right there in my watch? Let me see it.
[old Joe pulls his watch away so that Joe can’t see]
Joe: Show me the picture, and as soon as I see her, I’ll walk away. I’ll fucking marry someone else. I promise. So when I see that picture, that fog inside your brain should just swallow up all the memories, right? She’ll be gone. If you give her up, she’ll be safe.
Old Joe: Give her up?
Joe: Yeah, give her up! You’re the one that got her killed! If she never meets you she’s safe!
Old Joe: You don’t understand, we don’t have to give her up. I’m not gonna give her up. I’m gonna save her.
[Joe quickly grabs the gun in between his legs and old Joe quickly kicks Joe in his crotch, grabs hold of Joe and slams his face down to disorient him]
[after stopping Joe from shooting at him in the diner, old Joe looks around the diner and sees that it’s empty, he realizes that Joe has led Abe’s men to them, he quickly grabs Joe and takes hold of his gun]
Old Joe: Get to the fields! We can lose them in the fields!
[suddenly one of Abe’s men enters the diner and just as he’s about to shoot, old Joe shoots and kills him]
Old Joe: Hop a train! Stay out of town!
[he lets Joe go, kills another one of Abe’s men, he looks down and sees Joe gone and looks up to see Joe is at the opposite end of the diner pointing a gun at him, Joe starts shooting at old Joe and more of Abe’s men enter the diner and start shooting too, old Joe manages to escape by shooting one of the diner windows and jumping out]
[outside the diner, Kid shouts at his men]
Kid Blue: What the hell is everybody doing?! You wait for my signal!
[suddenly Abe’s men burst out of the diner and start running]
Gat Man: Out back, he’s running!
[Joe follows Abe’s men as they try to chase down old Joe shooting at him, but they lose him in the corn fields, Joe throws down his gun in frustration]
[there’s a moment when Joe and Kid stare at each other and then suddenly Joe bolts and makes a run for it and makes his to his bike, but has trouble starting it]
Joe: Fuck! Shit! Come one! Come on! Come on, you piece of shit! Come on!
suddenly the bike starts and Joe escapes, Kid shouts to his men as he watches Joe escape
Kid Blue: Get the tracker! The tracker!
[in the corn fields, Joe jumps off his bike, finds a piece of old Joe’s map in his pocket with the destination number to where the Rainmaker is and heads towards it]
Total Quotes: 82
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