Download over 80'000'000 DVD movies!!!
Searh and Download Over 80 Million DVD Quality Movies!!!

Subtitles for Rain Man CD2.

English Subtitles for DivX Movies.


Select one of the letters to view a proper section of titles list:

# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z



Rain Man CD2

Click here to download subtitles file for the movie "Rain Man CD2"

Click here to download the movie "Rain Man CD2"


Ads:

television programming viewed by our entire nation...
in return for which you'll receive a check...
in the amount of $286 each month.
Who's he?
That would be my partner, Mr. Bainbridge, who does sample--
- That's it. - Oh, boy.
You'll miss your program.
- It's finished. - One minute to Wapner.
One minute to Wapner.
I had you in there, Ray!
Defendants! Plaintiffs! You had it all!
They're in there making legal history, Ray.
- Legal history. - Oh, boy!
- Oh, boy. - What is going on out here?
I'm sorry, ma'am. I lied to you. That man is my brother.
If he doesn't watch 'People's Court' in about 30 seconds...
he'll have a fit on your porch.
Now, you can help me, or you can stand there and watch it happen.
We Like to watch cartoons. You think he'd settle for that?
...and she sees an identical twin.
True, he didn't have his shirt on-- the other one did--
but they sure look alike to me.
If it got on his chest, even if it didn't burn or got real cold--
- I put my hand on the dry ice. - Daddy's not here now.
I wanted to take it off quickly because it got very cold.
I also confess, I was afraid I might burn my hand.
If I put it up against a bare chest--
Ken, work with me. I'll take care of you--
- You know that song? - My judgment is for the defendant.
We'll be back for the reaction...
to Judge Wapner's decision right after these messages.
- My credit card's been rejected? - Yes, sir.
Must be some accounting error. How much will this cost?
Twenty dollars, sir.
Thank you.
I'm never going back. It's gonna be a Long time.
- Definitely gonna be a Long journey. - Just a couple of more days.
You know the fella's name? Then who's playing first?
- The fella playing first for St. Louie? - You gonna start with this again?
It's just another motel. You gotta do this every time?
That's the man's name. That's whose name.
What are you asking me for? I'm not asking you. I'm telling you.
Who is on first. I'm asking you, who's on first?
- Yo, Ray. - That's the man's name.
- This is not a riddle. - Yeah. Know the fella's name?
-Yeah. Then who's playing first base? -You'll never figure out who's on first.
Who is on first. That's the joke. It's comedy.
Sometimes his wife comes down and collects it.
- Whose wife? - It's comedy.
Every dollar of it. Yeah.
You got a first baseman on first? Yeah.
It's a routine between Abbott and Costello.
When you do it, you're not funny. You're Abbott and Abbott.
- Yeah. - You understand me?
Sometimes his wife comes down and collects it.
Whose wife? Yeah.
- Ray? - Yeah.
- You are never gonna solve it. - Yeah.
You know why? It's not a riddle.
And if you understood that...
if you understood that it's funny, you might get better.
All I'm trying to find out is what's the guy's name on first base.
What's the guy's name on first base? No, what's the guy's name on second base.
Have you got a first baseman on first? Yeah.
Then who's playing first? Yeah.
You know the fella's name? Yeah.
Then who's playing first? Yeah.
The fella playing first for St. Louie. Who.
The guy on first. Who. The first baseman.
Who is on first. What are you asking me for?
Have you got a first baseman on first? Yeah.
All right, Ray. Come on.
We're gonna put the bed by the window...
we got your apple juice, we'll put the pens and paper on the table.
- Did I forget something? - The cheeseballs.
- Yes. - Definitely have cheeseballs.
- I forgot the cheeseballs. We got 'em. - I have to have 12 cheeseballs.
- Yes, definitely. - Get my tartar-control toothpaste.
We got that for you a couple of days ago.
Where's my toothpaste?
Raymond.
Remember that doctor asked you those number questions today?
- Yeah. - How did you do that?
I see it.
I see it.
What's that? Will you stop for a second?
I see it.
Put that down. I'm trying to talk to you.
When I say stop it, why don't you stop it?
Why do you always have to act Like an idiot?
- Yeah. - You think that's funny?
Yeah, funny Rain Man. Funny teeth.
- What'd you say? - Funny teeth.
Rinse.
Why'd you say-- Why'd you say funny teeth?
You said funny teeth, funny Rain Man.
'Rain man'? I said, 'Rain man'?
Yeah, funny Rain Man.
Was I trying to say 'Raymond' and it came out 'rain man'?
Yeah. Funny Rain Man.
You? You're the rain man?
- Who took this picture? - D-a-d.
- You lived with us? - Yeah, 10961 Beechcrest Street...
Cincinnati, Ohio.
When did you Leave?
January 21, 1965.
- You remember then? - It was Thursday. Very snowy out.
7.2 inches. Snow that day.
- Just after Mom died. New Year's. - Yeah, Mom died.
January 5, 1965.
And you remember that day that you left?
- Short and sudden illness. - You remember that day you left?
Was I there? Where was l?
You were in the window. You waved to me.
'Bye-bye, Rain Man. Bye-bye, Rain Man.'
So, you--
- You were the one that sang to me? - Yeah.
What did you sing? What was that song?
What did you sing?
She was just seventeen
You know what I mean
And the way she looked was way beyond compare
So how could I dance with another
When I saw her standing there
Did I Like it when you sang to me?
Did we sing any other songs Like the Beatles?
Scary! Hot! Scary bad!
Scary bad! Scary!
What's scary about it?
Hot water burn baby!
- Water! - 'Hot water burn baby'?
- What baby? Me? - Yeah.
- Yeah. - Easy, easy.
- Water-- Hot water burn baby. - I'm not burned.
I'm not burned. Look at me, please.
- Water burn baby. - Please. Please!
Hot water burn-- Tub burn baby.
- I'm not burned. - Tub burn baby.
- I'm not burned. - Yeah.
I'm not burned. It's okay.
It's okay.
Time for Wallbrook now.
That's why they put you away.
They thought you'd hurt me.
Never hurt baby.
Never hurt Charlie Babbitt.
Never hurt Charlie.
What? What?
Never hurt Charlie Babbitt.
What, Ray?
What?
Come on. It's 11:00, Ray.
- Lights out. - Yeah.
Never hurt Charlie Babbitt. Never hurt Charlie Babbitt.
There you go. Right where you Like 'em, at the end of the bed.
Come on, Ray.
Hi, it's me.
You didn't hang up. Does that mean we're engaged?
Listen, l, uh--
I just wanna hear it's not over.
I'm scared it's over.
Don't ask me tonight. I don't know what to say.
- Let it sit. - Something I'm not real good at.
There are a lot of things that you're not good at.
I'll call you when I get back, okay?
- I'll see you. - Ciao.
Why are you looking at that? I bought a TV, and you're watching a dryer.
I don't know.
Because at the shrink hearing, we'll have to prove...
you prefer to watch TV as opposed to the clothes dryer, you understand that?
- Yeah. - You Listening to me?
Turn this off when you're not watching it.
- Yeah. - You'll run down the batteries.
Then where will you be at 3:00 when Wapner's on?
Yeah. The red one always falls the same.
Why don't you listen to me?
You don't wanna listen to me, do you?
You wanna go back to Wallbrook?
I gotta make a phone call.
Lenny, it's me.
Where have you been? I've been sittin' by this phone for three hours.
I had to buy some clothes.
Clothes? Charlie, we are in serious trouble.
- Why are you buyin' clothes? - Take it easy.
I'm in Tucumcari. I'll be there--
They repossessed the cars to pay off the Loan.
The cars are gone, Charlie.
And Bateman wants his down payment back. They all do.
That's 80,000, Charlie.
80,000. I don't have it.
You gotta pay these people back, or it's all over.
We're out of business. What am I gonna tell 'em?
I don't know.
Son of a bitch!
Son of a bitch!
This would be easier if you let me put the top up.
You wouldn't have to fry.
Put this lotion on so you don't burn.
Don't start with that. You want me to put the top up?
- I definitely Like the top down. - I know. I don't want you to burn.
Definitely Like it when the top's--
It's all right. Just take it easy.
- Oh, no. - It's almost over.
Uh-huh. All right. How does that feel?
Very slippery.
Maldonado swings, and there's a base hit into center field.
One run is in. Here's Brenly going to third.
The throw by Davis... not in time.
Brenly in safely at third base...
on Maldonado's single.
He held that ball too Long in center field, don't you think so?
We'll look at it again.
Treadwell playing way over towards the right side, shaded him to pull.
Here's Davis.
Yeah, he seems to hold it there just a bit, Tom.
Sort of double-pumped it. Watch the replay.
He loses all chance on a play on Brenly...
even though Brenly doesn't exactly run fast.
And the throw into third base finally is a little bit high.
Will you give me a break with this?
Ray, stop it.
J-7.
- K-7? What's that? - J-7.
What's J-7?
What's J-7? The song?
Look out there, Raymond. No, out here.
'18 Wheels and A Dozen Roses.'
- What's the number? - E-5.
'Cheating Heart,' Hank Williams.
'Your Cheating Heart.' 'Course, that's Hank Williams, Jr.
D-1. D-1.
'Blue Moon of Kentucky,' Bill Monroe.
And the Bluegrass Boys. K-5.
How many toothpicks came out of that box?
246.
- Yeah. - 246.
- Are you paying attention? - Yeah.
- You watching that? - Yeah.
- You seeing that, Ray? - Yeah. Falling on the ground.
Okay. Now what do I have left?
Two jacks, one 8, one king, one 6...
two aces, one 10, one 9, one 5.
One 5.
You are beautiful, man.
- I'm an excellent driver. - You can't drive now, Ray.
You Listening to me? This is very important.
When there's lots of tens and picture cards left, then it's good for us.
- Say it. 'Tens are good.' - Tens are good.
- Okay. And you're gonna bet one-- - One if it's bad.
- Two if it's good. - That's right. Two if it's good.
Now, listen. Casinos have house rules.
The first one is, they don't Like to lose.
So you never, never show that you are counting cards.
That is the cardinal sin, Ray.
Are you Listening to me? That's very, very important.
Yeah. Counting is bad.
Yes. Counting is bad.
I Like to drive slow on the driveway.
You get this right, you can drive wherever you want as slow as you Like.
I'm an excellent driver.
Miss Sue Morgan, please pick up the hotel courtesy phone.
- Rain Man? - Yeah.
- Let's play some cards. - Yeah.
- You want a hit? - No. You've got 18.
- Want a hit. - Sir, you have 18.
- He doesn't want a hit. Hit me. - Definitely want a hit.
Hitting 18.
- He doesn't want a hit. - Hit me.
You took my queen. I've got a ten. I needed that queen.
- I can't take it. - Sir, please don't touch the cards.
- I need my own queen. - There's lots of them.
- 'There's lots of them'? - Lots and lots of them.
Hold on here for a second.
I'm gonna double down.
Queen. Queen.
- Queen. - Yes!
Yes, sir. You gotta love this town.
I'm goin' for it, Nick.
It certainly looks Like it.
- You wanna bet one chip or two chips? - Bet two.
Bet two?
What's your secret, guys?
We cheat.
This is Sam. Tape table 47.
- About 85,000. - 85,000?
- Yeah. - Did you call the eye in the sky?
- Sam did. - Okay, I'll take over from here.
Do it again. Do it again.
- Do it again. All right! - Yes!
You're doing well. I'm happy for you, sir.
What do you see?
He's not catching the hole card, and he's not past posting us.
- He's not using a computer. - No, but something's not right.
No one can count into a six-deck shoe.
Hold it here.
- Watch my chips. I'll be back. - Go ahead, sir.
What are you doing? You don't Leave in the middle of a hand.
We are red hot! The Babbitt brothers, kickin' ass in Vegas!
- Wheel of Fortune. - Cleopatra and Caesar are over there.
-Come on, Ray. -Look at all this glamorous merchandise.
- A little one for bad, two for good. - Yeah. Twenty.
- Twenty? - Yeah.
- It's gonna hit on twenty? - Yeah. Definitely twenty.
$3,000 on 20.
- Definitely twenty. - Definitely twenty?
- It's not your game. - Yeah.
- I lost $3,000. - Yeah.
That's $3,000 I lost. Come on, Ray.
Little black-- No? Easy, easy.
Don't start banging yourself.
- Maybe we'll play later. - Yeah.
- I'm gonna cash in. - Yeah, cash in.
- You make me sad, Ray. - Yeah.
Twenty.
We won $86,000 and some change.
- Right, Ray? - 86,500.
$80,000. Refund on the car payments.
And I owe--
What did I say I owe to get the Rolex back?
- $3,500, six months to pay. - $3,500.
We don't have to pay for a room. That's comped. I'm free and clear.
I'm gonna take a celebration piss.
Don't go anywhere. Until I get back, the sign says, 'Don't walk.'
- Don't walk. - Don't walk.
Are you lookin' for a date?
I don't know.
- What's your name? - Raymond.
My name is Iris.
Raymond, you like me?
I don't know.
You don't know.
If you gave me a chance, you would. Why don't we get to know each other?
- To get to know each other. - He doesn't have any money, honey.
That's all right, sugar, 'cause we are just talkin'.
Yeah, we're just talking.
- Let's go upstairs. What are you doin'? - Getting to know each other.
- Just talking. - What room? I'll bring him up.
That's all right.
Do you want to stay and get to know each other?
Yeah, get to know each other. Just talking.
This will be interesting. I'll be over here.
- He doesn't seem to Like me. Who is he? - My brother. I'm living in his room.
- He seems young to be your brother. - He was born August 12, 1962.
It was a Sunday.
What exactly do you guys do here?
- We're counting cards. - You're counting cards?
We're counting cards.
We're counting cards.
What else do you do?
We're counting cards.
I know that. What else do you do?
Are you taking any prescription medication?
Whoa. Look, I'm outta here.
- What time is the date? - Later.
- What time is the date? - It's 10:00.
I have to be in bed by 11:00. Lights out at 11:00.
10:00, daylight saving time.
- 10:00, daylight saving-- - 10:00?
- 10:00, daylight saving time. - You Like her? You think she's pretty?
Yeah. She's very sparkly.
- Definitely very sparkly. - Very sparkly.
I've never seen you in a suit. He did a great job.
You don't realize how good you look. Do you Like it?
It's not Kmart.
How could you not Like that suit? You look fantastic, Ray?
- It's not a Kmart suit. - Let me let you in on a secret.
- Kmart sucks. Okay? - Yeah.
- There you go, Ray. - Yeah.
It's a high roller's suite. This is for you.
- You ever seen a room Like this before? - Yeah.
What's up there?
What's up there? You're not even looking.
- Yeah. Bed. - That's your bed.
I had them put it by the window, just the way you Like it.
- Right by the window. - Go on up.
- Just the way you Like it, isn't it? - Yeah.
Look at you with all those lights, Ray.
You are Mr. Las Vegas now.
What do you think?
There's a lot of lights out there. It's very sparkly. Very twinkly.
We made a lot of money today.
Forgetting the $3,000 that we tossed away at that wheel of fortune.
Yeah, 'Wheel Of Fortune.'
And I'm sorry about that. I got a little carried away.
I got a little hot, Ray.
I'm sayin' that I'm sorry, and I just want you to know that I am sorry.
I'm apologizing. I got a little carried away. The money.
I got a little greedy. Wanna say somethin'?
I have to be at the bar at 10:00 with Iris.
I gotta thank you, man.
You did it.
I was just there. You saved my ass.
I'm just along for the ride.
Be at the bar at 10:00. Have to go to a date with Iris.
Iris, that's her name.
Big date. Gonna go dancing.
I have to go to a date with Iris at the bar.
- Know how to dance? - I don't know.
You ought to learn sometime.
Yeah, have to learn to dance with a date.
- I have to learn to dance with a date. - I was just kidding.
You're not gonna have to dance on this date.
I have to go to the date, learn to dance. Definitely. Now.
You don't have to dance now...
but I'll teach you how to dance sometime.
- You won't have to dance on this. - Have to learn how to dance now.
I'm sorry I brought this up. All right, Ray, my mistake.
You got the only famous dancing hooker in Vegas.
Stand over there.
- Come over here. - Yeah.
You hear the music? Just watch my feet.
Raymond, watch my feet.
Just do what I'm doin'. Okay?
You feel the rhythm of the music? We're just movin' our feet.
You're the guy, so you're gonna have to lead.
I'm the date, so you want to--
You wanna put your left hand up Like this.
Raymond, don't stop movin'. Payin' attention?
Put your left hand up Like this. Left hand. That's good.
Don't stop movin'. Good. Just Like that.
Take this other hand, put it behind my back.
- Ray, you wanna learn how to dance? - Yeah.
You gotta touch someone when you dance. I'm not gonna hurt you.
All right? Just put it right there.
I take my hand, I put it up here.
Watch my feet, Ray.
The rhythm, the rhythm. All right?
You can't watch my feet the whole time, so you're gonna have to look up.
Now when I tell you to, I want you to just look up...
real slow, just keep movin'.
- You ready? - Yeah.
- Start lookin' up. - Yeah.
A little more. Keep movin'.
- Just a little more. - Yeah.
A little more, Ray.
All the way up.
There you go, Ray. You're dancin'.
- Yeah, dancin'. - You wanna close your hand here.
You wanna put it Like that. You're gonna turn me Like this.
Just turn me. That's good.
- This is dancin'. - This is dancing.
I don't know about you, but I'm startin' to feel a little silly.
- That's it. - Yeah.
All right!
You are a good dancer.
- You wanna give me a hug? - Yeah.
I just wanted to give you a hug, Ray.
I just felt Like givin' you a hug.
What are you doin' here?
- I'm unemployed. - What do you mean?
- You don't know about the business? - Yeah, I know. Come on in.
I'm glad to see you.
Ray, look who's here.
It's not right, what you're doing to Raymond.
- He's fine. - I know he's fine.
He's in Las Vegas in a suit in a big room. It makes me sad.
Six minutes to my date.
Six minutes to Iris.
He has a date?
Raymond, it'd be nice if you didn't carry that television everywhere we go.
Why do you have to bring a Watchman on your date?
A man's dancing.
But what does your date look Like, Raymond?
She's very sparkly. She looks Like a holiday.
- I haven't heard that one before. - Mr. Babbitt?
- Mr. Kelso would Like to see you. - I don't know Mr. Kelso.
He's director of security. Would you come with me, please?
Sure. Susanna, you stay with Raymond.
- Right this way. - Certainly.
10:01, she's not here.
She'll come. She will.
Congratulations, Mr. Babbitt. Counting into a six-deck shoe is a feat.
I don't understand what you're talking about.
We make videotapes, Mr. Babbitt, and we analyze the tapes...
and we even share some of the information with the other casinos.
These tapes suggest that you should take your winnings and Leave the state.
Someone has a good day at the tables...
and you accuse them of illegal activities?
Is this how you treat all your guests?
All you have to do is close your mouth and go home.
Those are the best odds you're gonna see for a while. I'd take 'em.
- Did you want to dance on your date? - Yeah.
There'll be other chances. Many pretty girls would love to dance with you.
- Yeah. - It's gonna be okay.
- I Like this music, Ray. - Elevator stopped.
It's okay. You think you could show me how you were going to dance with Iris?
- Yeah. - Yes?
- Would you Like to dance with me? - Elevator's on hold.
- Give me this. - Yeah.
- Yeah. - Show me how.
Charlie Babbitt taught me.
- Charlie Babbitt? - Yeah.
Dancing in the elevator.
It's nice.
You're very good.
- Iris missed a beautiful dance. - Yeah.
- And a kiss. - Yeah, a kiss.
- Have you ever kissed a girl? - I don't know.
You don't know?
Open your mouth. Open.
- Yeah. - Like this.
Like you were tasting something very good...
and very soft.
Like this. Close your eyes.
- It's okay, Ray. - Yeah.
- How was that? - Wet.
- Then we did it right. - Elevator's definitely stuck.
No, it's not stuck.
Here.
Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
- Like us. - Yeah, Like us.
What'd I tell you, Ray? I promised you could drive.
- At Wallbrook, I drive on the driveway. - Charlie, this is okay?
- I'm an excellent driver. - He's good on a driveway.
Ray, why don't you get in the front seat?
So, I'll wait to hear from you after Raymond's meeting?
- Yeah. - It's gonna be fine.
- Yeah. I'm nervous. - I know.
Listen, I'm glad, happy-- I'm happy that you came to Vegas.
I know.
Ciao.
Ray, thank you for the date in the elevator. It was really nice.
- Yeah. - Ciao.
- Thank you for the what? - It's something between us.
- Between us? - Us.
Us, Ray?
Here we go, Ray. This is your bedroom up here.
Of course, there's definitely no bed there.
No, this is a magic bed, Ray. You just watch and see.
We got the table over here. We got the television, Ray.
Went to the video store. Got a surprise for you, Ray.
Picked up a video for you.
Don't start with that, Ray.
It's not just another place, Ray. This is my place.
I'm asking you who's on first. That's the man's name.
Who? The first baseman. Who is on first.
You got a first baseman on first? Certainly. Then who's playing first?
- The man's entitled to it. - Who is?
Yes.
- So who gets it? - Why shouldn't he?
Sometimes his wife comes down and collects it.
- Whose wife? - Yes.
- After all, the man earns it. - Who does?
Absolutely.
All I'm tryin' to find out is what's the guy's name on first base?
No, What is on second base.
- Don't you think this is funny? - Yes, it's funny.
- Where'd you see this first? - Dad gave me a book on baseball trivia.
- Dad, huh? - Yeah.
- Guess it didn't read as funny. - Definitely not.
Hello, this is Dr. Bruner. I'd Like you to call me.
Yeah, what is it?
I thought I got the machine.
I just got into town, and the psychological interview is tomorrow.
Yes, sir, I know that.
I thought we should get together and talk.
I think it might be in your best interests to meet me.
When?
I'm at the Bonaventure. How about tonight at 8:30?
Tomorrow you'll meet Dr. Marston, who's in charge of Raymond's evaluation.
- Yeah, I know. - I gave him boxes of files on Raymond.
- Good luck. - This isn't a close call.
It's a formality. Your brother's a very disabled individual.
Are you trying to tell me that Marston's gonna rule against me?
No, I'm telling you it's always been a lost cause.
- Then why did you call me? - Let me tell you something.
Your father put me in charge of all the money.
It doesn't matter whether or not you win custody of Raymond.
I won't have to pay you a dime. It's at my discretion.
- So you can't lose? - I can lose Raymond.
I care about your brother's Life and the treatment he receives.
I made a commitment to your father some 20 years ago...
and I'm not willing to gamble with that.
What is this?
It's a very big check.
$250,000.
And no strings attached. Just walk away, Charlie.
This isn't about you and me.
It's not about winning or losing.
I asked you a week ago, why didn't anyone ever tell me I had a brother?
You didn't have an answer.
I don't know.
I just realized I'm not pissed off anymore...
my father cut me out of his will.
You probably knew he tried to contact me over the years.
I never called him back. I was a prick.
If he was my son and didn't return my calls, I'd have written him out.
But it's not about the money anymore.
You know, I just don't understand.
Why didn't he tell me I had a brother?
Why didn't anyone ever tell me that I had a brother?
Because it'd have been nice to know him for more than just the past six days.
Ray! Come on.
It stopped. It's all right.
V-E-R-N.
Vern. Vern.
My main man, Vern.
V-E-R-N.
My main man, Vern.
V-E-R-N. Vern, my main man.
They got raspberry, blueberry...
whole wheat, peachy keen, beer nut, rocky road, buckwheat.
How about buckwheat? What kind of pancakes you want, Ray?
- Pancakes. - What kind?
- Pancakes. - Of course.
The maple syrup is supposed to be on the table before the pan--
Charlie Babbitt made a joke.
- I made a joke, Ray. - Yeah.
Step back a little bit.
Hello?
Why don't you go sit down over there?
Hello?
This is not a legal proceeding, so there's no judge present...
just the people who care about Raymond.
Raymond, have a seat over there. Mr. Babbitt, other side of the table.
Raymond, right here. How about this seat?
- Take this seat. - Put your knapsack on the floor.
This is a good opportunity to be honest with one another.
Ray, the TV? On the floor. I'm sorry.
I don't know an easy way to say this, Mr. Babbitt--
Have I lost already?
No, you haven't lost. I'm not the judge and jury.
I'm just making a recommendation to a court.
I must tell you that Dr. Bruner is a very respected professional.
Raymond's case has been meticulously documented over the years...
and Wallbrook is one of the finest institutions in this country.
You've made up your mind. I'll see you in court.
My brother came further with me than he did with you in 20 years.
- It's not necessary to-- - You don't know anything about us.
- It's not necessary to challenge him. - I'm sorry.
Exactly what happened this past week, Raymond?
- We got to know each other. - I was asking Raymond.
Raymond, what happened this past week?
- What did you do? - Counted cards.
- Counted cards? - Counted cards in Las Vegas.
- Your brother took you to Las Vegas? - Lost $3,000 on the wheel of fortune.
Gave you $3,000 to gamble with?
Lost $3,000 on pitiful 20.
- And what else did you do? - Bet on number 20.
- What else did you do? - Danced with Charlie Babbitt.
- Danced with your brother? - He wanted to learn.
Danced in the elevator with Susanna. Kissed Susanna.
- You kissed Susanna? - Yeah, in the elevator.
- Did you enjoy kissing a woman? - I don't know.
- How did it feel? - It felt wet.
- Wet? - Yeah.
- Quite a trip, huh? - Yeah.
- Did you enjoy being on the road? - I'm an excellent driver.
- You drove? - Yeah.
-Your brother let you drive the highway? -Slow on the driveway.
He didn't drive on the highway.
- Did he have any emotional outbursts? - What do you mean?
Well, things they tend to do when-- Inflict bodily harm on themselves.
- Yeah, a couple of times. - A couple of times?
He had what you call an outburst at the airport because he didn't wanna fly.
- So we didn't fly. - When was his last outburst?
- This morning when-- - This morning?
This is bullshit, because I could tell you anything or tell you nothing.
You'd never know the difference. This morning the smoke alarm went off.
He got nervous, but he's fine now.
Don't feel as I'm placing any blame.
We went out for pancakes. He's fine.
- You don't have to be defensive. - I'm just being honest with you.
- You're missing the point. - I'm being truthful about this.
I'm not placing any blame--
I had a father I hardly knew, a mother I didn't know at all.
I find out now that I have a brother, and I'm supposed to give him up?
No one is saying anything.
I didn't hurt him, he's not hurting me, we're not hurting you.
- Why are you interfering? - I'm not interfering.
- This is my family. - I understand that.
Your brother is not capable of having a relationship with you.
That's your opinion. Did you spend 24 hours a day, seven days a week with him?
You cannot care for your brother without professional guidance.
- That's your opinion. - Yes, it's my opinion.
There's some things I'd Like to go over.
Dr. Bruner states a week ago you stole Raymond out of the institution...
and were willing to trade him for $1.5 million, correct?
My father died. I was upset.
That was wrong.
Last week you were upset, and this week you've found a devotion to him...
and you want to take care of him.
Yes.
From the beginning it was Like a kidnapping.
Kidnapping. That's very strong. I didn't kidnap my brother.
But in the course of a week, you came to have an understanding with him.
Yes.
- Look, that-- - Yes?
I understand that this sounds irrational to you.
When it started out--
- Don't feel compelled to be defensive. - Can I talk?
- Yes, you can. - Thank you.
There's no accusations. Go ahead.
No accusations?
See, you have to understand...
that when we started out together that he was only my brother...
in name.
And then...
this morning we had pancakes.
Maple syrup. Maple syrup on the--
Maple syrup on the table.
And Charlie Babbitt made a joke.
See, we--
I made a connection.
I think it's admirable that you made a connection...
but the purpose of this meeting is to determine what is best for Raymond...
whether or not he's capable of functioning in the community...
and what, in fact, he wants, if that's possible to determine.
I'm all for that.
- Raymond's unable to make decisions. - You're wrong.
He can't decide for himself.
He's capable of a lot more than you know.
Why don't we ask Raymond?
Raymond, can I ask you a few questions?
- The doctor's talking to you. - Can I ask you a few questions?
Do you wanna stay with your brother?
Raymond, would you Like to stay with your brother in Los Angeles?
The doctor's asking you a question.
- So you listen. - Yeah.
Raymond, do you wanna stay with your brother Charlie?
- Do you wanna stay with your brother? - Yeah.
- You do? - Yeah.
You wanna stay with your brother?
Yeah. I wanna stay with my brother Charlie Babbitt.
- That's what you want? - Yeah.
- You wanna stay with your brother? - Yeah.
- Can I ask you something else? - Yeah.
- You wanna go back to Wallbrook? - Yeah.
Raymond, can you make a distinction between your brother and Wallbrook?
Yeah.
- Do you wanna stay with your brother? - Yeah.
- Or do you wanna go to Wallbrook? - Yeah.
They're two separate things.
Your brother or Wallbrook? It's not one thing, Raymond.
- Back to Wallbrook, stay with Charlie. - Okay.
- Back to Wallbrook, stay with Charlie. - Can you make that choice?
- One or the other. - Go back to Wallbrook.
All right.
Just hold on here.
All right.
All right. You made your point.
You don't have to humiliate him. Ray, it's okay.
- It's over. - Yeah.
Stay back at Wallbrook with Charlie Babbitt.
- Stay back at Wallbrook-- - It's over.
- Raymond? - Yeah.
Dr. Bruner, can I talk to you?
Excuse me.
- You okay, Ray? - Yeah.
- You don't want more questions, do you? - No.
I don't know.
- You don't want more questions, do you? - No.
- There won't be any more questions. - Yeah.
- I'll make sure of that. - Yeah, main man.
- What? - My main man.
Listen.
Ray, I don't know if I'm gonna have a chance to talk to you again.
Because you see, these--
Dr. Bruner really likes you a lot, and he's probably gonna take you back.
- You know? - Yeah.
What I said about being on the road with you I meant.
Connecting.
- I Like having you for my brother. - I'm an excellent driver.
Yes, you are.
I Like having you for my big brother.
C-H-A-R-L-l-E.
C-H-A-R-L-l-E.
Main man.
May I have your attention, please?
Amtrak train number 36, the Desert Wind, eastbound...
now boarding, track number three.
- Fullerton, San Bernardino, Barstow... - Ray.
Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Denver, Omaha, Chicago.
- Hello, Charlie. - Dr. Bruner.
Hello, Raymond.
Wouldn't you feel more relaxed in your favorite Kmart clothes?
Tell him, Ray.
- Kmart sucks. - I see.
I have the tickets, and I'll be on this car right here to the right.
Why don't you take a couple of minutes? See you, Charlie.
You made a joke, Ray.
I guess I'd better give this to you. You're gonna have to carry this now.
It's got your cheeseballs, your apple juice...
notebooks, pens and...
'Who's On First?' video that you Like.
- 'Who's On First?' is very funny. - I told you it's funny.
Board!
- Better get goin'. - Very shiny train.
Yeah, it sure is.
Now listen, Ray. Dr. Bruner only has custody of you.
That doesn't mean I can't visit.
I'm comin' to see you in two weeks.
- How many days is that? - Fourteen days from today.
- Today's Wednesday. - And hours?
336 hours.
Mystifying.
'Course, that's 20,160 minutes.
1,209,600 seconds.
Ray?
I'll see you soon.
Yeah. One for bad, two for good.
Bet two for good.
Three minutes to Wapner.
You'll make it.
RPM
RRRrrrr!!!
RU Ready
Raaz
Rabbit Proof Fence
Rabid Dogs - Cani Arrabbiati 1974
Raccoon War Pom Poko The CD1
Raccoon War Pom Poko The CD2
Radio
Radio Days
Raging Bull 1980
Raid 2003 CD1
Raid 2003 CD2
Raid On Rommel 1971
Rain Children The 2003
Rain Man CD1
Rain Man CD2
Rainmaker The
Rainy Dog - Takashi Miike
Raise Your Voice
Raisin in the Sun A
Raising Victor Vargas (2002) Deity
Raja Hindustani
Ranch The 2004 Unrated Uncut Edition
Random Harvest 1942
Random Hearts (1999)
Rasen (The Spiral)
Rashomon 1950
Ratcatcher (1999)
Ravenous
Ray CD1
Ray CD2
Rayon Vert Le (Rohmer 1986)
Real Cancun The
Real Fiction (Shilje sanghwang)
Real Women Have Curves (2002)
Rear Window
Rebel Music - The Bob Marley Story
Rebel Without a Cause 1955
Recess Schools out
Recipe For Disaster 2003
Reconstruction
Red Dessert (Deserto Rosso) CD1
Red Dessert (Deserto Rosso) CD2
Red Dragon (Jet Lee)
Red Dragon 2002 CD1
Red Dragon 2002 CD2
Red Dwarf - 05x01 - Holoship
Red Dwarf - 05x02 - Quarantine
Red Dwarf - 05x02 - The Inquisitor
Red Dwarf - 05x03 - Terrorform
Red Dwarf - 05x05 - Demons and Angels
Red Dwarf - 05x06 - Back To Reality
Red Dwarf 02x01 - Kryten
Red Dwarf 02x02 - Better Than Life
Red Dwarf 02x03 - Thanks For The Memory
Red Dwarf 02x04 - Stasis Leak
Red Dwarf 02x05 - Queeg
Red Dwarf 02x06 - Parallel Universe
Red Dwarf 03x01 - Backwards
Red Dwarf 03x02 - Marooned
Red Dwarf 03x03 - Polymorph
Red Dwarf 03x04 - Bodyswap
Red Dwarf 03x05 - Timeslides
Red Dwarf 03x06 - The Last Day
Red Dwarf 04x01 - Camille
Red Dwarf 04x02 - DNA
Red Dwarf 04x03 - Justice
Red Dwarf 04x04 - White Hole
Red Dwarf 04x05 - Dimension Jump
Red Dwarf 04x06 - Meltdown
Red Heat
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Off the Map
Red River 1948
Red Shadow
Red Sonja
Red Sorghum 1987
Red Water
Red beard 1965 akahige CD1
Red beard 1965 akahige CD2
Ref The
Regarding Henry 1991
Regle Du Jeux La
Reign of Fire
Reindeer Games
Relentless 1989
Remains of the Day The CD1
Remains of the Day The CD2
Rembrandt
Remember Me CD1
Remember Me CD2
Remember the Titans
Remember the Titans (Standard Edition)
Remo
Rendez-vous 1985
Replacement Killers The
Replacement Killers Who Am I
Replicant The
Requiem for a Dream
Requiem from the Darkness Episode One
Requiem from the Darkness Episode Two
Rescuers Down Under The
Rescuers The
Resident Evil Apocalypse
Respiro grazias island 2002
Resurrection of the little match girl CD1
Resurrection of the little match girl CD2
Return The
Return To Me
Return To Paradise (1998)
Return of The King The
Return of the Dragon
Return to Sender
Return to the Blue Lagoon
Returner (Takashi Yamazaki 2002) CD1
Returner (Takashi Yamazaki 2002) CD2
Reversal Of Fortune (2003) Korean
Revolution OS 2001
Rhapsody In August 1991
Richard III - CD1
Richard III - CD2
Ricordati Di Me CD1
Ricordati Di Me CD2
Ride The
Ridicule 1996
Riding in Cars with Boys
Riget I (The kingdom) 1x01
Riget I (The kingdom) 1x02
Riget I (The kingdom) 1x03
Riget I (The kingdom) 1x04
Rikyu 1989
Ring 0 - Birthday 2000
Ring The CD1
Ring The CD2
Ring Virus
Ring of Bright Water
Rio Bravo 1959 CD1
Rio Bravo 1959 CD2
Rio Lobo (1970) CD1
Rio Lobo (1970) CD2
Rio das Mortes (1971)
Ripleys Game
Ripoux 3
Risky Business
Riso Amaro (1949)
Riten (1969)
Ritual 2000
River Wild The
River of no Return The 1954
Riverworld 2003
Road Movie CD1
Road Movie CD2
Road To Perdition 2
Road Trip (Unrated Edition)
Road to Perdition
Roadhouse
Roaring Twenties The 1939
Rob Roy 1995
Robe The CD1
Robe The CD2
Robe The CD3
Robin Hood (Disney)
Robin Hood - Prince Of Thieves 1991 CD1
Robin Hood - Prince Of Thieves 1991 CD2
Robin Hood Men in tights
Robocop
Robocop Directors Cut 1987
Rock The CD1
Rock The CD2
Rock The CD3
Rocket Brothers (2003)
Rocky Horror Picture Show The
Rocky III
Rodger Dodger
Roger Dodger
Roger and Me 1989
Rogue Trader
RollerBall
Roman Holiday
Roman de Renard Le 1930
Romance
Romancing The Stone 1984
Romantic Comedy
Romeo Is Bleeding 1993
Romeo Must Die
Romeo and Juliet CD1
Romeo and Juliet CD2
Romper Stomper
Ronin CD1
Ronin CD2
Rookie (2002) CD1
Rookie (2002) CD2
Room with a View A CD1
Room with a View A CD2
Rope (1948)
Rose Red (Stephen King) CD1
Rose Red (Stephen King) CD2
Rose Red (Stephen King) CD3
Rosemarys Baby
Rote Sonne
Rouge
Roughnecks - The Starship Troopers Chronicles (1999)
Roxanne
Royal Engagement CD1
Royal Engagement CD2
Royal Tenenbaums The
Royal Tramp (Stephen Chow)
Royal Tramp 2 (Stephen Chow)
Rudy (1993)
Rue Des Plaisirs (2002)
Rugrats Go Wild
Rules of Attraction The
Ruling Class The 1972
Rumble Fish 1983
Rumble in the Bronx CD1
Rumble in the Bronx CD2
Run
Run 2 U
Run Silent Run Deep
Runaway Bride
Runaway Jury
Runaway Train
Rundown The
Running Out Of Time
Running Out Of Time 2
Running Scared 1983
Rurouni Kenshin TV 1-9 2000
Rusalka CD1
Rusalka CD2
Rusalka CD3
Rush Hour - New Line Platinum Series
Rush Hour 2 (2001) CD1
Rush Hour 2 (2001) CD2
Rushmore (1999)
Rusians Are Coming The Rusians Are Coming The CD1
Rusians Are Coming The Rusians Are Coming The CD2
Russian Ark (Aleksandr Sokurov 2002)
Ruthless People