Starring: Woody Harrelson, Laura Dern, Isabella Amara, Judy Greer, Cheryl Hines

Comedy-drama directed by Craig Johnson which follows Wilson (Woody Harrelson), a lonely, neurotic and hilariously honest middle-aged misanthrope who reunites with his estranged wife, Pippi (Laura Dern), and gets a shot at happiness when he learns that he has a teenage daughter, Claire (Isabella Amara), he has never met because Pippi gave her up for adoption without telling him. In his uniquely outrageous and slightly twisted way, he sets out to connect with her.


Best Quotes from Trailer:


Wilson: [voice over] Remember when you were a kid? Everyday seemed like it was in technicolor, and then you grow up. And then you wonder…


Wilson: [voice over] I’m just lucky I figured it out a long time ago. Life is lonely and miserable.


[to the passenger on the seat next to him]
Wilson: So, tell me, friend, have you heard the good new?
[he holds up a copy of the bible]
Bus Passenger: Oh, no, I’m, no, thank you.
Wilson: I’m just fucking with you!
[he chuckles and tosses the bible aside]
Wilson: Jesus doesn’t give a shit.


[to his date]
Wilson: My wife left me seventeen years ago. I just need to move on, find somebody new, not you necessarily.


[to the train passenger sat next to him]
Wilson: Working man, hey? Forty years from now you’re going to be on your deathbed saying, “Where did it all go? How did we end up like this?!”
Train Passenger: There’s a lot of seats, you know, in this train.


[referring to the photo of a young girl]
Warren Kudo: Here she is.
Wilson: Who?
Warren Kudo: It looks like your ex-wife put this girl up for adoption seventeen years ago.


Wilson: I’m a father! Yes!


[Wilson shows up to Pippi’s workplace where she’s working as a waitress]
Wilson: How could you not tell me that we had a daughter!
[he shows Pippi the photo of the young girl]
Restaurant Patron #1: Excuse me, do you think I could get this with the aioli on the side, as I requested?
Pippi: Yeah, I’m sorry.
Restaurant Patron #2: I think you should know, we have tickets to Wicked…
Wilson: Hey, dickhead, shut the fuck up! Can’t you see that this woman is having a profound moment?


Pippi: What do you want, Wilson?
Wilson: Don’t you want to see her in the flesh? You tell me that you don’t want to see your daughter.
Pippi: What do you want to do, stalk her?


[following Claire around the mall when they see Claire being heckled]
Boy: Hey, Claire, Jenny Craig’s over here!
Wilson: You need to shut the fuck up, you little prick! That’s my daughter!
[Wilson attacks the boy]


[to Claire, who’s crying]
Wilson: If you’re wondering about the lack of family resemblance, she used to be a real hippo.
[points to Pippi]


Pippi: [to Wilson] I cannot believe you’re taking me along on this insane instant-family!


[to Pippi as he’s driving]
Wilson: We all want people to love us for exactly who we are, so we got to make the best of what we have.
[the car next to them honks their horn as Wilson nearly crashes into them]
Pippi: Wilson!
Wilson: Oh, man, I think I wet myself a little bit.


[to Pippi and Claire]
Wilson: You guys are so beautiful.
[he takes a photo of them]


[to the streetwalker]
Wilson: My ex, she’s a good woman. I just have to help her embrace her maternal nature.
Sinammon: Sorry, I can’t help you with that.
Wilson: In that case I guess I’ll take a blowjob then.
Sinammon: Alright.
Wilson: [to himself] I should have brought my wallet.


[in prison; referring to the swastika on Siverwolf’s cheek]
Wilson: That is quite a tattoo.
Silverwolf: How’s that?
Wilson: It’s like the ultimate argument ender. It’s like, “No, I don’t want your fucking job. I want to destroy your entire society.”
[suddenly the other prisoner stat next to Wilson gets up and smacks his tray food into Wilson’s face]


Wilson is set for release in the US 24th March.



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