alone in a two-person booth, engrossed in the Journal.
BACK TO SCENE:
What the fuck?
It’s time to give up on pro ball,
Davis. Doesn’t assimilate with
Dexter, you fucking peasant.
Do you have egg beaters?
What are you, kiddin’ me?
Don’t spark up in here. People
What do you want?
What do I want? Shut your mouth
and listen. That’s what I want.
(as Davis is silent)
All you Wall Street schmucks. You
analyze numbers ’til you’re blue
in the face, but when it comes
down to betting, a.k.a. thinking
with your money, your common sense
is as scarce as your ethics.
And what you do is ethical?
If you’d ever hit one you’d think
I was ethical.
There are two reasons why you
should never bet on team sports.
the spread and they’re not using
their money. It’s that simple.
Yes, I grasp the concept.
So why are you putting ten grand
Green Bay and it’s twenty below
(as Davis says
I’m sorry that it got this
pathetic, but you owe ninety-six
Get Carter (2000)
Synopsis: Jack Carter (Michael Caine) is a cold-blooded London gangster, and not the sort of man you want to cross. When Carter's brother winds up dead, he travels to Newcastle to arrange the funeral. Convinced that his brother was murdered, Carter questions local thug Eric (Ian Hendry), who eventually leads him to kingpin Kinnear. From there, Carter carves a bloody trail of revenge through the seedy underbelly of Newcastle in search of his brother's killer.