Constantine

Synopsis: John Constantine is approached by Det. Angela Dodson who needs his help to prove that her twin sister Isabel's death was not a suicide. The dead woman was a devout Catholic and Angela refuses to accept she would have taken her own life. She's asked Constantine for help because he has a reputation for dealing with the mystical. In fact, he is a demon hunter whose sole purpose on Earth is to send demons back to the nether regions. John himself has been to Hell and knows that he is destined to return there on his death - but hopes his good deeds may find him a place in Heaven. As he looks into Isabel's death, he realizes demons are trying to break through to the human world, and his battles lead him into a direct conflict with Satan.
Genre: Action, Drama, Fantasy
Director(s): Francis Lawrence
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures
  2 wins & 9 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.0
Metacritic:
50
Rotten Tomatoes:
46%
R
Year:
2005
132 min
$75,400,000
Website
296 Views

bManuel./b

bManuel!/b

bManuel./b

bl think..../b

bl think l found you one./b

bLook, l called you, right?/b

bSoon as l couldn't pull it out myself,/b

bl called you, John./b

blt's okay, it's okay./b

bWe had to tie her down, okay?/b

blt's okay./b

bThis is Constantine./b

bJohn Constantine, asshole./b

bSure./b

bWhat the hell?/b

bl need a mirror./b

bNow. At least 3 feet high./b

bMove! Go, now!/b

bThis is Kramer./b

bChas Kramer, asshole./b

bAsshole./b

bWhat? Oh, this is Kramer./b

bChas Kramer, asshole./b

b-Chas!/b

b-What?/b

b-Move the car./b

b-Why?/b

bMove the damn car!/b

b''Chas, move the car.''/b

bThere, car's moved./b

bLift it up over the bed./b

bTie that end off./b

bHennessy, over the top./b

bClose your eyes./b

bAnd whatever happens, don't look./b

bNo!/b

bShow yourself./b

bSmile pretty, you vain prick./b

bFor your boss./b

bPull it!/b

bMa? Ma?/b

bLike l said, l found you something,/b

bdidn't l, John? Didn't l?/b

bWhat happened in there?/b

bGoing to a lot of meetings, l see./b

bKeeps the voices out so l can sleep./b

bl have to sleep, John./b

bl need some help, Father./b

bYou do?/b

bFrom me?/b

bWhat kind of--?/b

b-Hey, listen, l--/b

b-That exorcism wasn't right./b

bListen to the ether./b

bAnything unusual, you let me know./b

bCome on, you don't need its protection./b

blt'll be like back in the day./b

bA few days./b

bOkay./b

bOkay. For you, John./b

bJohn, why would you do that/b

bif you know it's not my car?/b

b-l told you to move it./b

b-You did tell me to move it.../b

b...but if you'd said you were dropping/b

ba 300-pound mirror with a demon.../b

b...l would've moved it further, John./b

b-Take Alvarado./b

b-Yeah, thank you. l know what to take./b

bYou ever think if you told me more now/b

bthat maybe l could help out?/b

b-No?/b

b-Nope./b

bNope?/b

bOf course it's a nope./b

bBless me, Father, for l have sinned./b

bIt's been.../b

b...two weeks since my last confession./b

bl killed a man today./b

bAnother one./b

bl didn't even see his face, l just.../b

b...pulled the trigger, and he went away./b

bMost cops go 20 years/b

bwithout firing their guns./b

bWhy do I always know/b

bwhere these guys are?/b

bWhere to aim, when to fire./b

bI'm wondering, is there/b

bsomething wrong with me, Father?/b

bSomething damned?/b

bGod has a plan for you./b

bHe has a plan for us all./b

bYou mustn't let your faith/b

bbe overshadowed by guilt./b

bYeah, I'm trying./b

bI'm trying real hard./b

bIsabel./b

bIsabel./b

bThings l've beaten./b

bThings most people never even heard of./b

bAnd now l'm gonna be done in by this./b

bWouldn't be the first, John./b

bCome on, Les./b

bYou saved me before,/b

byou can do it again, right?/b

bThis is aggressive./b

bTwenty years ago,/b

byou didn't wanna be here./b

bNow you don't wanna leave./b

bYeah, that's a good idea./b

bJohn, you really need to prepare./b

b-Make arrangements./b

b-No need./b

bl already know exactly where l'm going./b

b-Morning./b

b-Good morning./b

b-Good morning./b

b-Detective./b

b-No, no, no./b

b-Angela, wait./b

bYou don't need to see this, okay? No./b

bGive us the room, please./b

blsabel./b

bShe fell from the roof?/b

bShe jumped./b

b-No./b

b-Look.../b

b...l know it's hard to accept./b

bShe was sick./b

b-lsabel wouldn't kill herself./b

b-Angie./b

b-She wouldn't kill herself./b

b-Detective./b

b-Period./b

b-Detective./b

bPeriod!/b

bAngie, there were security cameras./b

b-Hold the door. You going down?/b

b-Not if l can help it./b

bA new case?/b

bThe big score? The mother lode?/b

bThe one you've been waiting for?/b

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Kevin Brodbin

Kevin Brodbin is an Irish screenwriter. His credits include writing the screenplay and story for The Glimmer Man (1996) and Mindhunters (2004). He is also the co-author of Constantine (2005), the film adaptation of the DC Comics comic book Hellblazer. In addition, Brodbin worked on the screenplays for The X Men and its sequels, as well as the film version of The A-Team. More recent projects include James Cameron's remake of the sci-fi classic Fantastic Voyage. He scripted and produced the 2016 film The Siege of Jadotville, which was released by Netflix Original Films. more…

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