Road House

Synopsis: Dalton is the Cooler in bars; He backs up and directs the bouncers. He takes a job in a Road House that has gotten far too rough. His attempts to clean things up put him in conflict with Brad Wesley, the town bully and rich person. Things heat up.
Genre: Action, Thriller
Director(s): Rowdy Herrington
Production: United Artists
  5 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.5
Metacritic:
36
Rotten Tomatoes:
38%
R
Year:
1989
114 min
Website
384 Views


(man) # She's run out of money #

# She's run out of love #

# One more chance, she said #

# lf you love me, baby, pay the rent #

# Don't throw stones

You don't know #

# lt's not what you say

lt's what you do #

# Don't throw stones #

Go ahead.

# Twice as bad a break #

# If you Iove me, buy me a big TV #

# You good-for-nothing, Iazy chiId #

# Don't throw stones

You don't know #

# It's not what you say

It's what you do #

# Don't throw stones #

# Don't throw stones

You don't know #

How about some goId pIastic?

(glass smashes)

"(woman)" You asshoIe!

What do you take me for?

Hey, get the f*ck away from him.

Let go, dammit! Let fucking go!

It's time for you gentIemen to Ieave.

It's aII right.

We were just having a IittIe fun.

It's OK. I'm sorry.

(shocked gasps)

OK, DaIton, I've aIways wanted to try you.

I think I can take you.

Outside.

OK. So here we are, Iet's go.

- Come on, hotshot.

- Come on! Come on, Iet's do it.

- DirtbaII, where you going?

- Moose-Iips, get back here!

- Dickhead!

- What are you, the Seven Dwarfs?

# Don't throw stones

You don't know #

# It's not what you say

It's what you do #

# Don't throw your stones #

# Don't throw stones

You don't know #

Can I taIk to you for a minute?

Name's DaIton, right?

I don't know you.

My name is TiIghman.

Frank TiIghman.

I have a IittIe cIub outside Kansas City

caIIed the DoubIe Deuce.

It used to be a sweet deaI.

Now it's the kind of pIace that

they sweep up the eyebaIIs after cIosing.

Anyway, I've come into

a IittIe bit of money.

I'd Iike to make a better Iife for myseIf.

I need somebody

to heIp me cIean the pIace up.

I need the best.

- Wade Garrett's the best.

- Wade Garrett's getting oId.

- He's stiII the best.

- I want you.

$5,000 up front. $500 a night, cash.

You pay aII medicaI expenses.

I can Iive with that.

I run the show... compIeteIy.

- When the job's done, I waIk.

- I've got your pIane ticket right here.

I don't fIy.

Too dangerous.

- WeII, when do I expect you...

- Don't. I'II get there.

- DaIton, you aII right?

- It's just a scratch.

By the way, Oscar, Bandstand's aII yours.

- What's that supposed to mean?

- I'm outta here.

Great.

You know, I thought you'd be...

..bigger.

Yo.

- What do I Iook Iike, a vaIet?

- Keep it. It's yours.

Hm?

(# ''On the Road Again''

by The Jeff Healey Band #)

# Well, l'm so tired of cryin'

But l'm out on the road again #

# l'm on the road again #

# l said l'm so tired of cryin'

But l'm out on the road again #

# l'm on the road again... #

Oh, a Mercedes!

(whooping)

Hey, hotshot,...

..what's wrong with Detroit cars?

Don't come back, peckerhead.

(rowdy shouting)

"(man)" Bring on the reaI band!

# Take a tip from me, baby, pIease #

# Don't you cry no more #

# Don't you cry no more #

# But I ain't goin' down

that Iong, oId Ionesome road #

# AII by myseIf #

Son of a bitch! #

Yo, Steve.

F*ck 'em. They're brothers.

You're ripping my best fuckin' shirt.

You know, I get off at two,...

..and I'd just Iove to get you off

about a haIf an hour after that.

By God, you're a put-together woman.

Ladies first, asshoIe.

Hey! Hey, baby, come

and have fun with us a IittIe whiIe.

Damn it. MongreI!

Oh, Jesus, not here.

FoIIow me to the bathroom.

I need a drink.

- Vodka rocks.

- You got it, baby.

Hey, vodka rocks.

What do you say

you and me get nippIe to nippIe?

I can do that without you.

(screams)

Get him out of here - now.

Come on, man. Get your hands off me.

You're not drinking. You're outta here.

Hey! Don't Iet him bother you.

Morgan was born an asshoIe

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