Saturday's Warrior

Synopsis: A group of siblings comes to earth to experience trials crucial to their eternal progression and learn the true meaning of their existence.
 
IMDB:
5.3
PG
Year:
2016
120 min
$556,403
592 Views


1

Jimmy?

Life on Earth

is going to be difficult.

And it might feel like sometimes

you're just not gonna make it.

It's just a moment.

And it's your moment.

I've been on this shift

since the dawn of time

Seen a lot of folk come

and go

'Cause life on Earth

is just the blink of an eye

Moving so fast, yet so slow

Excuse us! Excuse us!

- Excuse us. Coming through.

- Whoops. Sorry.

- Okay.

- Coming through.

I love that robe.

Hi. I'm Tod...

Richards.

I know.

We're in love.

And, um, so we were wondering

if it's possible

if you could put us down

in the same town.

- Right.

- Or the same street.

At least at the same time

if possible.

How about the same family?

- Yes.

- That would be great. Yeah.

No. Oh! No.

- No. No.

- Ooh! No! No, no, no, no, no.

Yeah. Well, I don't make

those decisions.

But we were really gonna...

Let me tell you how it works

around here.

Step aside.

- Ooh.

- Oh. Right.

Sorry.

Well, listen

From Adam and Eve,

Plato and da Vinci

A shove

and down to Earth they go

Mother Teresa,

Martin Luther King

Cleopatra and Marilyn Monroe

A lifetime is nothing

but a hundred years

If you're lucky,

you'll make it that long

Honey, give it your all

If you stumble and fall

Just stand up

and sing a new song

Oh, a hundred years

A hundred years

Is just the blink of an eye

Yes, a hundred years

A hundred years

Is just the blink of an eye

I said, a thousand years

A thousand years

Is just the blink of an eye

Yeah

You might be rich or poor

Just walk through that door

And if one day you're hot

but the next you're not

Be grateful

for whatever you got

Hey, hey. Hey!

It's just the blink

of an eye!

Yeah!

Well, blue eyes, time's up.

Let's go.

Not you.

I knew this would happen.

A blink of an eye, right?

Oh.

Hey, this isn't a breakup.

It's... It's a "till next time."

Oh, okay.

So are you gonna date other

people when you're down there?

Well...

Tod!

I'm not gonna know you exist

until the next time I see you,

so I might.

Well, I won't even look

at another boy until I find you.

Julie, how long have we known

each other?

Forever.

And how long have we loved

each other?

Forever.

And you think Earth life

is just gonna erase all that?

Yes.

No.

I don't know.

I don't know.

Hey.

Hey.

I love you.

And if I have to search

the whole world, I'll find you.

What if I'm ugly?

Uh...

'Tod!

I'm kidding!

You could be the ugliest girl

on Earth.

I would still love you.

You'd better.

And when I find you,

I'm gonna look you in the eye

and say, "Have we met before?"

And you'll say...

"I don't know."

You do look familiar.

Then I'll say...

I've seen that smile

somewhere before

I've heard your voice before

It seems we've talked

like this before

Sometime

Who can be certain when?

But if I knew you then...

It's strange.

I can't remember

Feelings come so very strong

Like we've known each other

Oh, so long

The circle of our love

is more

Than just a rising sun

that sets

The circle of our love

It goes forever

The circle of our love

Begins with now

And every promised dream

in God's eternal plan

It goes forever

The circle of our love extends

beyond the reach of time

Beyond the span of days

and years

It goes forever

The circle of our love

is found

In every warm

and tender thing

That lips may breathe

or hearts may beat forever

Lips may breathe

or hearts may beat

The circle of our love,

it goes forever

Forever

The circle of our love

begins with now

And every promised dream

In God's eternal plan

It goes forever

The circle of our love extends

beyond the reach of time

Beyond the span of days

and years

It goes forever

The circle of our love

is found

In every warm

and tender thing

That lips may breathe

Or hearts may beat

Forever

Forever and ever

Forever

Forever and ever

Forever

Forever and ever

Forever

Forever

What kind of dance should I do

first for Mom and Dad?

Something classical?

Or... cha-cha?

Cha-cha.

From what I've heard,

it's gonna take a while

to even learn how to walk.

So maybe just the Twist, then?

Julie.

Is Tod gone already?

[Crying 1

He's meeting his mom right now.

Come here.

At least I got you guys.

You're kidding.

We just got word.

- Yeah!

- Yeah!

I guess twins come earlier.

Oh, I just wish we could all

go down at the same time.

You want to kill Mom off

in one shot?

She's a strong woman.

Emily, what's wrong?

I'm the last kid to be born.

What if by that time

Mom and Dad don't want me?

No way.

But I've seen lots of families

make promises

and then break them.

Not us.

Emily, I will see to it

personally

that you're not forgotten.

- You promise, Jimmy?

- I promise.

Look, we're gonna be the

best family this world has seen

since Adam and Eve had Cain

and...

Mnh-mnh.

Well, we're gonna be better

than that, right?

- Right!

- Right.

What will we do

when the going gets tough

And the journey is rough?

What will we do?

Courage take,

for goodness' sake

And when we're out of courage

and we're ready to break

We've got our father

and mother, sister and brother

Pulling together,

we can work it out

What will I do

if I'm scared in the night

And I shiver with fright?

What Will I do?

Piece of cake,

for goodness' sake

If goblins try to get you

and you shiver and shake

Just climb under the covers,

yell for big brother

Pulling together,

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