Hell or High WaterBlu-ray Disc - 2016 | Blu-ray version.
In English dubbed in French with French subtitles.
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VaughanPLMajid Jan 15, 2017
A modern western; where men of law and outlaws both fight for personal values, friends and families and injustice is hiding behind the law; with strong characters and a very slow but appealing story, the movie has become one of the best in 2016.
VaughanPLRachelK Jan 02, 2017
This film managed to address a number of heavy issues- race, class, environmental woes- and universal personal issues- mental health, family, friendships- all while following a wonderfully intense story between two brothers trying to make things right for their family. I'm impressed by how seamle... Read More »
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Toby Howard: I've been poor my whole life, like a disease passing from generation to generation. But not my boys, not anymore.
"I've been poor my whole life, like a disease passing from generation to generation. But not my boys, not anymore."
“You want to live here? Got an old hardware store that charges twice what Home Depot does. One restaurant with a rattlesnake for a waitress. I mean, how is anybody supposed to make a living here?”
“People have made a living here for 150 years.”
“Well, people lived in caves for 150,000 years. But they don't do it no more.”
“Would you order me something while you're there? I'm starving.”
“I doubt they serve pemmican.”
“You know I'm part Mexican, too.”
“Yeah, well, I'm gonna get to that when I'm through with the Indian insults, but it's gonna be a while.”
“This is Mr. Pibb. I asked for a Dr. Pepper.”
“Only a**holes drink Mr. Pibb.”
(an estranged father warning his son)
“Whatever I hear, I won't believe.”
“No, you believe it. I did all of it. Now you do different.”
What are you doing?
-Sleeping on the porch, practicing my future.
It's a dangerous thing we do for a living. You're lucky, having seen it through to the end. I hope I'm that lucky.
You fellas robbin' the bank?
-What's it look like, old man?
But you ain't Mexicans.
This is what they call white man's intuition.
-Sometimes a blind pig finds a truffle.
We ain't stealing from you. We're stealing from the bank.
Do you know what Comanche means? It means enemies forever.
-Enemies with who?
Everyone. You know what that makes me? An enemy.
-No. It makes me a Comanche.
Boys. Y'all been here for a while?
-Well, long enough to watch a bank getting robbed that's been robbing me for 30 years.
Why are you always dressed like me?
-This is our uniform.
We ain't got no uniform. You can wear whatever color shirt you choose. You just keep choosing mine.
-Ranger regs say white, blue, or tan dress shirts. Stands to reason every once in a while we're gonna be dressed the same.
You know, they loaned the least they could. Just enough to keep your mama poor on a guaranteed return. Thought they could swipe her land for $25,000. That's just so arrogant, it makes my teeth hurt.
To see you boys pay those bastards back with their own money? Well, if that ain't Texan, I don't know what is.
Girl: Do you have a reservation?
-We do not. ... Good lord, look at you. We would be obliged if you would provide accommodations, though we failed to call ahead.
Girl: Boy, you are trouble.
-Oh, the worst kind, darling. In your last days in the nursing home, you'll think of me and giggle.
Ain't you Christian?
-Yeah. But I ain't stupid. God doesn't talk through this man any more than he talks through my dog.
Well, then maybe you should give your dog a listen.
-Ain't you Indian? You're supposed to be burning Sage and dancing around the bed whooping like a bee stung you.
-Come on. Come on! I'd rather dance around a fire with a spear. I'd rather have you stab me with a spear than watch this. This son of a bitch, he wouldn't know god if He crawled up his pant leg and bit him on the pecker.
That soccer, never could understand that. Anything a five-year-old can do ain't a sport.
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