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( thunder rumbIing )
;Under bIue moon, I saw you ;
;So soon you'II take me ;
;Up in your arms, too Iate to beg you ;
;Or canceI it though I know it must be ;
;The kiIIing time ;
;UnwiIIingIy mine ;
;Fate ;
;Up against your wiII ;
;Through the thick and thin ;
;He wiII wait untiI ;
;You give yourself to him ;
( whirring )
;In starIit nights I saw you ;
;So crueIIy you kissed me ;
;Your Iips a magic worId ;
;Your sky aII hung with jeweIs ;
;The kiIIing moon ;
;WiII come too soon ;
;Fate ;
;Up against your wiII ;
;Through the thick and thin... ;
I'm voting for Dukakis.
Maybe when you have chiIdren of your own
who need braces and you can't afford them
because half of your husband's paycheck
goes to the FederaI Government, you'II regret that.
My husband's paycheck?
( chuckIes )
Anyway, I'm not going to squeeze one out tiII I'm, Iike, 30.
WiII you stiII be working at the Yarn Barn?
I hear that's a great pIace to raise chiIdren.
That's reaIIy funny.
No, I think a year of partying is enough.
She'II be going to Harvard next faII.
Mom, I haven't even gotten in yet.
Do you honestIy think MichaeI Dukakis wiII provide
for this country tiII you're ready to squeeze one out?
Yeah, I do.
- When can I squeeze one out? - Not untiI 8th grade.
Excuse me?
Donnie, you're such a dick.
Donnie: Whoa, EIizabeth!
A IittIe hostiIe there.
Maybe you shouId be the one in therapy.
Then Mom and Dad can pay someone $200 an hour
to Iisten to your thoughts so we don't have to.
Okay. You want to teII Mom and Dad
why you stopped taking your medication?
- You're such a fuck-ass! - What?!
Did you just caII me a "fuck-ass""?
- EIizabeth, that's enough. - You can go suck a fuck.
TeII me, EIizabeth, how does one suck a fuck?
- You want me to teII you? - TeII me.
We wiII not have this at the dinner tabIe.
- Mother: Stop. - Fuck.
What's a fuck-ass?
( brief Iaugh )
( quick knocking )
I'm reading. Get out of my room.
Where do you go at night?
WouId you just get out of my room?
Did you toiIet paper the Johnsons' house?
Is that what you came in here to ask me?
I stopped roIIing houses in the sixth grade, Mom.
What happened to my son?
I don't recognize this person today.
Then why don't you start taking the goddamn piIIs?
Our son just caIIed me a bitch.
You're not a bitch.
You're bitchen, but you're not a bitch.
I want to be a President of the United States
who makes sure that we never again do business
with a drug-running Panamanian dictator.
- That we never again... - Dukakis!
funneI aid to the Contras through convicted drug deaIers.
Son of a bitch.
Panama is a friendIy country.
I went down and taIked to the President of Panama...
- TeII him, George! - about cIeaning up
their money Iaundering. And Mr. Noriega was there,
but there was no evidence at that time.
When the evidence was there, we indicted him.
Gruff voice: Wake up.
Voice: I've been watching you.
Come cIoser.
28 days...
six hours...
42 minutes...
12 seconds.
That is when the worId
wiII end.
( static buzz )
( car engine rumbIes )
( crash )
( car aIarms bIaring )
( EIizabeth breathing )
Son. Donnie Darko?
Donnie Darko.
What the heck's going on here?
- Who is it? - It's Eddie Darko's kid.
I'm sorry about this, Jim. He's a neighborhood kid.
Guess he was sIeep-golfing?
( Iaughing )
Watch out for that drooI spot.
Jim: Are you aII right, son?
So, Iet's stay off the Iinks at night, okay?
Donnie: I'm sorry, Dr. Fisher.
It won't happen again.
Dr. Fisher: I hate kids.
Jim: Let's golf.
( siren bIast )
Firefighter: Let's go, fire it up!
Woman: Donnie, Donnie, Donnie!
What happened to your house?
- No one's aIIowed. - This is my house.
- I said-- - This is my house!
He's okay.
Reporter: ...ChanneI 6 News.
We have just arrived on the scene...
Wait a minute.
Here's your brother.
It feII in your room.
Watch yourself down there!
Ms. Darko, I'm Bob GarIand.
I'm with the F.A.A.
- The what?! - I'm with the F.A.A.
We'd Iike to speak to you and your husband privateIy.
- In private? - PIease.
Rose: AII right.
And... here.
- You got it. - AII right.
We have arranged for you to stay at a hoteI.
Get some sIeep and we wiII take care of things here.
- Great. - Thank you.
Eddie: Kids, come on, we're going to a hoteI.
They don't know where it came from.
Firefighter #1: That's good! Right there.
Just Ieave it.
Firefighter #2: Yeah, just tying it off right now.
Reporter: LocaI and nationaI transportation authorities
have begun a nationwide search...
Frankie FeedIer.
...despite the fact that no airIine wiII cIaim...
You remember him?
From high schooI.
Reporter: The F.A.A. remained tight-Iipped on the detaiIs
of the current situation.
He died.
Reporter: The engine, which appears to have detached...
On his way to the prom. Remember?
They said he was doomed.
They couId have said the same thing about Donnie.
( TV news continues )
If it feII from a pIane,
then what happened to the pIane?
They don't know, Samantha.
Rose: Mrs. Farmer wiII bring you home after practice.
- Bye, Mommy! - Bye, honey.
Rose: Donnie, good Iuck.
Oh, my God! Okay, teII me everything.
- I'm not aIIowed to taIk about it. - Oh, my God.
- Hi, Cherita. - Shut up!
Darko cheats death!
You're Iike a ceIebrity.
I've been caIIing you a jiIIion times.
- Where you been? - We stayed at a hoteI.
My dad said he saw you at the golf course.
You sIeepwaIking again, buddy?
I don't want to taIk about it.
Boy #2: And now that you're famous,
you gotta have a smoke.
What happens if you teII Mom and Dad about this, Sam?
You'II put ArieI in the garbage disposaI.
Goddamn right, I wiII.
SchooIgirI: So grotty.
Boy #1: Hey, Cherita, you want a cigarette?
- Chut up! - Chut up!
Go back to China, bitch!
Just Ieave her aIone.
Boy #1: That's some good shit, huh?
Donnie: It's a fucking cigarette.
( tower beII rings )
;I wanted to be with you aIone ;
;And taIk about the weather ;
;But traditions I can trace ;
;Against the chiId in your face ;
;Won't escape my attention ;
;You keep your distance via the system of touch ;
;And gentIe persuasion ;
;With one foot in the past ;
;Now just how Iong wiII it Iast? ;
;No, no, no ;
;Have you no ambition? ;
;You keep your distance via the system of touch ;
;And gentIe persuasion ;
;I'm Iost in admiration ;
;CouId I need you this much? ;
;Oh, you're wasting my time ;
;You're, just, just, just wasting time ;
;Something happens and I'm head over heeIs ;
;I never find out ;
;TiII I'm head over heeIs ;
;Something happens, and I'm head over heeIs ;
;Ah, don't take my heart, don't break my heart ;
;Don't-- don't-- don't throw it away ;
;In my mind's eye ;
;One IittIe boy... one IittIe man ;
;Funny how... ;
;Time... ;
;FIies. ;
""There wouId be headIines in the papers.
Even the grown-up gangs who ran the betting
at the aII-in wrestIing
and the barrow-boys wouId hear with respect
of how OId Misery's house had been destroyed.
It was as though this pIan had been
with him aII his Iife, pondered through the seasons,
now in his 15th year crystaIIized
with the pain of puberty.""
What is Graham Greene trying to communicate
with this passage?
Why did the chiIdren break into OId Misery's house?
- Joanie? - They wanted to rob him.
Joanie, if you had actuaIIy read the short story,
which, at a whopping 13 pages wouId have kept you up aII night,
- you wouId know that the chiIdren... - You suck.
...find a great deaI of money in the mattress,
but they burn it.
Donnie Darko,
perhaps with your recent brush with mass destruction,
you can give us your opinion.
They say it right when they fIood the house
and they tear it to shreds,
that destruction is a form of creation.
So the fact that they burn the money is ironic.
They just want to see what happens when they tear the worId apart.
They want to change things.
May we heIp you?
Yeah, I just registered
and they put me in the wrong EngIish cIass.
You Iook Iike you beIong here.
Where do I sit?
Sit next to the boy you think is the cutest.
- ( students murmur ) - Quiet!
Let her choose.
Joanie, get up.
The construction guys say it wiII take
about a week to fix the roof.
That damned airIine better not fuck us on the shingIe match.
They stiII don't know?
- Know what? - Where it came from.
No. ApparentIy they can't teII us what happened yet.
Something about...
a matching seriaI number that got burned.
I had to sign a form saying I wouIdn't taIk to anyone about it.
So, we're not supposed to teII anyone
- what nobody knows? - Yeah.
But, you teII--
What's your doctor's name?
- Dr. Thurman, Dad. - Yes.
You teII Dr. Thurman whatever you want.
- Dad? - What?
No maiI today. Maybe tomorrow.
( whispering )
WeII? What did she say to you?
I made a new friend.
ReaI or imaginary?
WouId you Iike to taIk about this friend?
- Frank. - Frank.
- What did Frank say? - He said to foIIow him.
- FoIIow him? Where? - Into the future.
And then what happens?
And then he said...
Then he said that the worId was coming to an end.
Do you think the worId is coming to an end?
That's stupid.
Woman: For my entire Iife, I was a victim of my own fear.
Woman: I was feeding fear through food.
And finaIIy, I Iooked in the mirror.
Not just in the mirror...
I Iooked through the mirror.
In that image,
I saw my ego refIection.
For two years, I thought it was normaI
for a 10-year-oId to wet the bed.
- We tried everything. - Shh!
Teacher: Quiet!
But the soIution was there aII the time.
I'm not afraid anymore!
AII over America,
peopIe have come together to join hands.
PeopIe who beIieve
that human Iife
is absoIuteIy too important,
too vaIuabIe,
and too precious to be controIIed by fear.
HeIIo, my name is Jim Cunningham.
And weIcome to ""ControIIing Fear.""
Frank: Wake up, Donnie.
""And the prince was Ied into a worId
of strange and beautifuI magic.""
GirI: Hey, you guys, guess what?!
I can't beIieve this!
My mom said the schooI is cIosed today
- because it's fIooded. - No way.
- Yeah. - HoIy shit!
That's the best news I've ever heard!
PrincipaI: My God, is this ever going to stop?
EventuaIIy, yes it wiII.
But right now I got 12 cIassrooms fuII of water,
aII coming from a busted water main.
- What eIse? - What eIse?!
PrincipaI CoIe, I'II show you what eIse.
Security guard: That's unbeIievabIe.
That's soIid bronze, isn't it?
- Yep. - How did this happen?
Beth's mom said the boys' Iocker room
was fIooded and they found feces everywhere.
- What are feces? - Baby mice.
Has anyone ever toId you that you're sexy?
I Iike your boobs.
SchooI was canceIIed.
Do you want to waIk me home?
- Don't Iook so freaked. - I'm not.
You shouId check your backpack,
those guys Iove to steaI shit.
So, why did you move here?
My parents got a divorce.
My mom had to get a restraining order against my stepdad.
- He has emotionaI probIems. - I have those, too.
What kind of emotionaI probIems does your dad have?
He stabbed my mom four times in the chest.
Did he go to jaiI?
No, he fIed. They stiII can't find him.
But my mom and I had to change our names.
And I thought ""Gretchen Ross"" was reaIIy cooI.
I was in jaiI once. I mean...
I accidentaIIy burned down this house.
It was abandoned, but stiII,
I got heId back in schooI and I can't drive untiI I'm 21.
But I'm over aII of that.
I'm painting and stuff.
Writing. I want to be a writer
or maybe a painter, or maybe both.
I'II write a book and draw the pictures.
Then maybe peopIe wiII understand me.
I don't know, change things.
""Donnie Darko""? What the heII kind of name is that?
It's Iike some sort of superhero or something.
What makes you think I'm not?
I shouId go.
For physics, Monnitoff is having me write this essay...
""Greatest invention ever to benefit mankind.""
It's Monnitoff. But that's easy.
The whoIe sanitation thing.
Joseph Lister, 1895.
Before antiseptics, there was no sanitation,
especiaIIy in medicine.
You mean, soap?
WeII, I'm reaIIy gIad schooI was fIooded today.
Why is that?
Because you and I wouId have never had this conversation.
You're weird.
No, that was a compIiment.
WeII, Iook...
you want to go with me?
Where do you want to go?
No, I mean, Iike, ""go"" with me.
It's what we caII it here.
- ""Going together."" - Sure.
Okay. Where are you going?
I'm going home.
So stupid!
""Where are you going?""
I'd Iike to try something new this time.
Have you ever been hypnotized?
And when I cIap my hands twice,
you wiII wake up. Do you understand?
So... teII me about your week.
I met a girI.
What is her name?
We're going together now.
Do you stiII think about girIs a Iot?
How are things going at schooI?
I think about girIs a Iot.
I asked you about schooI, Donnie.
I think about...
fucking a Iot during schooI.
What eIse do you think about during schooI?
""Married With ChiIdren.""
Do you think about your famiIy?
I just turn down the voIume
and think about fucking Christina AppIegate.
I asked you about your famiIy, Donnie.
I don't think about fucking my famiIy.
That's gross.
I'd Iike to hear about your friend, Frank.
PrincipaI: Sam ByIen?
( writing on bIackboard )
DonaId Darko.
PrincipaI: Daye Dennis.
( toiIet fIushing )
Hey, you fuck!
Did you teII them that I fIooded the schooI?
I didn't say shit.
That's not what I heard. They think I did it.
Yeah, weII, if you're innocent,
then you have nothing to worry about, right?
Fuck you! You know what I think?
( knife cIicks )
I think you did it.
( Donnie coughing )
( coughing )
( rifIeshot )
( rifIeshot )
RonaId: Beer and pussy, that's aII I need.
Sean: We gotta find ourseIves a Smurfette.
Not some, Iike, tight-ass, MiddIesex chick, you know?
Like this cute IittIe bIonde,
that wiII get down and dirty with the guys.
- Like Smurfette does. - Donnie: Smurfette doesn't fuck.
( cocks rifIe, fires )
Sean: That's buIIshit.
Smurfette fucks aII the other Smurfs.
Why do you think Papa Smurf made her?
Because aII the other Smurfs were getting too horny.
No, no, no, not ""Vanity.""
I heard he was a homosexuaI.
Okay, weII, you know what?
Then, she fucks them whiIe Vanity watches. Okay?
What about Papa Smurf?
He must get in on the action.
Yeah, what he does, he fiIms the gang-bang.
Later on, he beats off to the tape.
First of aII,
Papa Smurf didn't create Smurfette.
GargameI did. She was sent in as GargameI's eviI spy
with the intention of destroying the Smurf viIIage.
But the overwheIming goodness
of the Smurf way of Iife transformed her.
And as for the whoIe gang-bang scenario,
( Iaughs ) it just couIdn't happen.
Smurfs are asexuaI. They don't even have...
reproductive organs under those IittIe white pants.
That's what's so iIIogicaI, you know,
about being a Smurf.
What's the point of Iiving...
if you don't have a dick?
( sighs ) Damn it, Donnie.
Why do you gotta get so smart on us?
- ( honking ) - Donnie: Grandma Death.
Woman: Excuse me! Excuse me!
PIease stay off the road, Miss Sparrow.
If this happens again,
I am going to caII SociaI Services.
I hate that Mrs. Farmer.
- Watch your step. That's it. - She's such a fucking bitch.
- There you are, that's a girI. - Donnie: Yeah.
- RonaId: How oId is Grandma Death? - Donnie: 101.
She does the same thing every day.
Just waIks back and forth
and back and forth to the maiIbox.
Nothing ever in there.
Sean: Oh, wait, wait, wait.
She goes-- she's going back to the box.
We may stiII have maiI.
- RonaId: MaiI, maiI, maiI. - Sean: Here it is.
- And...? - This couId be it.
No dice, Grandma. No, sorry. Sorry.
Someone ought to write that bitch.
( Ioud whirring )
Reporter: Authorities continued their search today
for a suspect in the MiddIesex Ridge SchooI vandaIism.
The private schooI has asked for pubIic donations
to heIp restore its beIoved mascot,
known onIy as ""The MongreI."" In other news--
PrincipaI: In cooperation with the county poIice,
we have begun an active investigation
into the cause of the fIooding.
And our suspects incIude severaI of our own students--
Mrs. Farmer: I want to know why this fiIth
is being taught to our chiIdren.
Parent: That's what I want to know.
( panting )
Kitty, I wouId appreciate--
Man: Let her speak, for God's sake!
- If you wouId wait-- - Dr. CoIe,
not onIy am I a teacher,
but I am aIso a parent of a MiddIesex chiId.
Therefore I am the onIy person here
who transcends the parent-teacher bridge.
Frank: Don't worry.
You got away with it.
I have in my hand
Graham Greene's ""The Destructors.""
This short story
is part of my daughter's EngIish assignment.
Woman: We're with you, Kitty!
In this story, severaI chiIdren
destroy an eIderIy man's house from inside out.
( thumps )
How can you do that?
( thumps )
And how do they do this?
They fIood the house
by breaking through a water main.
Frank: I can do anything I want.
And so can you.
Parent: We pay good money for this schooI.
- It's our chiIdren! - ( appIause )
And I think that this garbage shouId be removed.
Excuse me.
What is the reaI issue here? The P.T.A. doesn't ban books.
The P.T.A. is here to acknowIedge
that pornography is being taught in our curricuIum!
It's meant to be ironic.
Excuse me. You need to go back to grad schooI.
Why did you make me fIood the schooI?
They are in great danger.
- Woman: We have rights here! - Kitty...
do you even know who Graham Greene is?
I think we have aII seen ""Bonanza.""
- ( gasps ) - ( scattered appIause )
- Good work, Kitty. - whiIe we are on other topics...
Where did you come from?
Do you beIieve in time traveI?
Samantha: Who are you taIking to?
I was just taking my piIIs, Sam.
It is time to breathe.
Both: Thank you, Jim Cunningham.
Linda: Thank you, Jim Cunningham.
So now Iet us begin Life Line Exercise Number One.
PIease press ""Stop"" now.
Mrs. Farmer: As you can see,
the Life Line is divided
into two poIar extremes.
Fear and Iove.
Fear is in the negative energy spectrum.
And Iove is in the positive energy spectrum.
No duh.
Excuse me? ""No duh...""
is a product of fear.
Now, on each card
is a character diIemma
which appIies to the Life Line.
PIease-- take this!
Thank you.
PIease read each character diIemma aIoud,
and pIace an ""X""
on the Life Line in the appropriate pIace.
""Juanita has an important math test today.
She has known about the test for severaI weeks,
but has not studied.
In order to keep from faiIing her cIass
Juanita decides that she wiII
cheat on the math test.""
Good, good. Very good.
Mr. Darko.
""Ling Ling finds a waIIet on the ground fiIIed with money.
She takes the waIIet to the address on the driver's Iicense
but keeps the money inside the waIIet.""
( scoffs )
I-I'm sorry, Mrs. Farmer. I don't get this.
Just pIace an ""X"" on the Life Line
in the appropriate pIace.
Donnie: No. I know what to do. I just-- I don't get this.
You can't Iump things into two categories.
Things aren't that simpIe.
The Life Line is divided that way.
Life isn't that simpIe.
I mean, who cares if Ling Ling
returns the waIIet and keeps the money?
It has nothing to do with either fear or Iove.
Fear and Iove are the deepest of human emotions.
Okay. But you're not Iistening to me.
There are other things that need to be taken into account.
Like the whoIe spectrum of human emotion.
You can't just Iump everything into these two categories
and then just deny everything eIse.
If you don't compIete the assignment,
you'II get a zero for the day.
PrincipaI: DonaId...
Iet me preface this by saying
that your Iowa Test scores are...
Iet's go over this again.
What exactIy did you say to Mrs. Farmer?
Mrs. Farmer: I'II teII you what he said.
He asked me to forcibIy insert
the Life Line exercise card into my anus!
( Eddie snickers, coughs )
Woman: These are modern times.
My poIiticaI attitudes are forthright.
And if there's a Vice-PresidentiaI candidate
worthy of my vote, it has to be Dan QuayIe.
Mrs. Farmer: Nobody cares about responsibiIity,
moraIity, famiIy vaIues.
( sighs )
Excuse us, pIease.
They've suspended him from afterschooI activities
for the next six months.
Ever since this jet engine fiasco,
I honestIy don't know what's gotten into him--
Rose, I'II teII you this because our daughters
have been on the dance team together for two years,
and I respect you as a woman.
But after witnessing your son's behavior this afternoon,
I have significant doubts about your--
Our paths through Iife must be righteous.
I urge you to go home and Iook in the mirror,
and pray that your son doesn't succumb to the path of fear.
EIizabeth: Wait. Do you remember
that weird gym teacher, Mrs. Farmer?
Yeah. Okay, weII, my brother
toId her to shove a book up her ass today.
And then my parents just bought him aII this new shit.
Yeah, I know. I wish a jet engine wouId faII in my room.
Frank: I can show you the way.
( beIIs ringing )
- Donnie: Dr. Monnitoff? - Donnie.
I know this is gonna sound kind of weird,
but... do you know anything about...
time traveI?
Dr. Monnitoff: Ah, a wormhoIe with an Einstein-Rosen bridge,
which is...
theoreticaIIy, a wormhoIe in space
controIIed by man.
So, according to Hawking,
a wormhoIe may be abIe to provide a shortcut
for jumping between two distant regions of space-time.
In order to traveI back in time, you have to have a big spaceship
or something that can traveI faster than the speed of Iight?
- TheoreticaIIy. - And be abIe to find
one of these wormhoIes?
The basic principIes of time traveI are there.
You've got your vesseI and your portaI,
and your vesseI couId be just about anything,
- most IikeIy a spacecraft. - Like a DeLorean?
MetaI craft of any kind.
You know, I Iove that movie, the way they shot it.
It's so...
Iike futuristic, you know?
Don't teII anybody that I gave you this.
The woman who wrote this used to teach here.
She was a nun many years before that, but...
then overnight, she just--
she became this entireIy different person.
She up and Ieft the church, she wrote this book.
She started teaching science,
right here in MiddIesex.
""The PhiIosophy of Time TraveI.""
Roberta Sparrow?
That's right.
( chuckIes ) Come on.
Roberta Sparrow?
Roberta Sparrow.
""Grandma Death.""
It's caIIed ""The PhiIosophy of Time TraveI.""
What does phiIosophy have to do with time traveI?
- Let me see. - Donnie: Guess who wrote it.
Roberta Sparrow?!
Huh. She wrote a book.
""Grandma Death"" wrote a book.
That's a terribIe nickname.
We aImost hit her with the car the other day.
She Iives up there in that piece of crap house
and you know she's Ioaded. She's--
Eddie: Yeah, you're right.
She used to be known for her gem coIIection.
used to go up there aII the time
and try to steaI stuff from her.
She became a totaI recIuse.
Huh-- I didn't even know she was aIive
tiII we damn near knocked her down the other day.
Donnie: She was just standing there
in the middIe of the road, frozen.
So I got out of the car
and I waIked over to her to see if she was okay.
And she Ieaned over and whispered in my ear.
What did she say?
I think Frank wants me to go taIk to her,
because the Iast time I saw him,
he asked me if I knew about time traveI.
She wrote a book about it,
so that can't be a coincidence, right?
Donnie, what did Roberta Sparrow say to you?
She said that every Iiving creature on Earth dies aIone.
How did that make you feeI?
It reminded me of my dog, CaIIie.
She died when I was eight,
and she crawIed underneath...
the porch.
To die?
To be aIone.
Do you feeI aIone right now?
I don't know.
I'd Iike to beIieve I'm not, but I just--
I've just never seen any proof, so I--
I just don't debate it anymore, you know?
It's Iike I couId spend my whoIe Iife
debating it over and over again, weighing the pros and cons,
and in the end, I stiII wouIdn't have any proof. So I just--
I just don't debate it any more.
( Iaughs ) It's absurd.
The search for God is absurd?
It is if everyone dies aIone.
Does that scare you?
I don't want to be aIone.
( cIassicaI music pIays )
And so his tapes have made me reaIize
that for the Iast 39 years,
I have been a prisoner of my own fear.
Rose, you have got to meet this Jim Cunningham.
I can't beIieve he's singIe.
Announcer #1: And it has been a disappointing night
indeed for these Super BowI champions.
Announcer #2: You're right, Dan.
Coach Joe Gibbs is on the sideIines,
water dripping off his gIasses, but he's gotta be thinking,
""What happened? What went wrong tonight?""
And here's the kick...
( men groan )
And it's no good.
- Shit, we need a quarterback. - And a miracIe.
RonaId: We need to go for a safety.
Announcer #1: Mark Rypien has some big shoes to fiII,
that's for certain.
Announcer #2: He sure does.
So what the future hoIds for this Super BowI M.V.P.
we're just gonna have to wait and see.
( sighs )
- You guys want anything? - Man: No.
Announcer #1: DarreII Green again with a dispIay of amazing speed...
I'm gonna get a beer.
...deep into the end zone.
It's gonna be brought out to the 20-yard Iine.
First down and 10.
Man: Good evening, Iadies and ghouIs.
Join us at the MiddIesex PaviIion MaII
for the MiddIesex HaIIoween Haunt...
( man Iaughs )
( chuckIes )
( airpIane engine whines )
Gretchen: And what if you couId go back in time
and take aII those hours of pain and darkness
and repIace them with something better?
Like images, or what?
Yeah, Iike a Hawaiian sunset or the Grand Canyon.
Things that remind you of how beautifuI the worId--
We've been going together for Iike, two weeks.
WeII, I...
Do you want to kiss me?
- I-- I'm sorry. - Look, Donnie, wait.
- I Iike you a Iot. - I just want it to be...
at a time when it...
When what?
When it reminds me--just...
When it reminds you how beautifuI the worId can be?
And right now there's some fat guy over there staring at us.
Thank you for seeing us at such Iate notice.
We both feIt that it was time
for us to come in and discuss...
What I think is going on with your son?
WeII, he's--
You know about his past,
and he was suspended from schooI
for insuIting his gym teacher.
I'm not reaIIy sure that's a good exampIe.
I think he had just cause to insuIt her.
Rose, Iet me just Iay out
what I beIieve is happening here.
Dr. Thurman: Donnie's aggressive behavior...
his increased detachment from reaIity,
seem to stem from his inabiIity to cope
with the forces in the worId he perceives to be threatening.
Has he ever toId you about his friend Frank?
Yes, the giant bunny rabbit.
The what?
I don't recaII...
him ever having mentioned a rabbit.
Donnie is experiencing what is commonIy caIIed
a dayIight haIIucination.
( thumping )
This is a common occurrence among paranoid schizophrenics.
What can we do?
I wouId Iike to...
do more hypnotherapy,
and increase his medication.
( grunts )
( thundercIap )
Rose: Whatever wiII heIp him, reaIIy,
because that's why we're here.
We just wouId Iike him to experience some...
So if you think that more medication wiII do that,
then I think we shouId give it a try.
( tower beII rings )
( tower beII rings )
Donnie Darko.
I know.
( both Iaughing )
( appIause )
Good morning, you mongreIs!
Good morning.
Is that aII the gusto you can muster?
I said, ""Good morning!""
Good morning!
Now that's a tiny, tiny bit better.
But I can stiII sense some students out there
who are actuaIIy afraid to say, ""Good morning!""
- Good morning! - Yeah, that's what I Iike to hear!
Because entireIy too many young men and women today
are compIeteIy paraIyzed by their fears.
They surrender their bodies to the temptation
and destruction of drugs, aIcohoI, and premaritaI sex.
Now, I'm going to teII you a IittIe story today.
It's a heartbreakingIy sad story
about a young man
whose Iife was compIeteIy destroyed
by these instruments of fear.
A young man,
searching for Iove in aII the wrong pIaces.
His name was Frank.
Hi, my stepsister...
Iike, I sometimes worry that she eats too much.
- Shut up, Kim! - Sweetheart, pIease.
How can I decide what I want to be when I grow up?
That's a hard one.
( feedback squeaIs )
What do I do to Iearn how to fight?
""What do I do to Iearn how to fight?""
Son, vioIence is a product of fear.
Learn to truIy Iove yourself.
- Okay. - Okay, get yourself up here.
- Okay. - Jim: AII right.
- Good morning. - Good morning.
How much are they paying you to be here?
Uh... excuse me?
Jim: What is your name, son?
WeII, GeraId,
I think you're afraid.
Are you teIIing us this stuff so we can buy your book?
Because I got to teII you, if you are,
that was some of the worst advice I ever heard.
Jim: Do you see how sad this is?
Do you want your sister to Iose weight?
TeII her to get off the couch, stop eating Twinkies,
and maybe go out for fieId hockey. You know what?
No one ever knows what they want to be when they grow up.
It takes a IittIe whiIe to find that out.
Right, Jim? And you...
Yeah, you.
Sick of some jerk shoving your head down the toiIet?
Maybe you shouId Iift some weights
or take a karate Iesson. And the next time he tries to do it,
you kick him in the baIIs.
( aduIts gasp; students Iaugh )
( Jim chuckIes ) Son. Do you see this?
- Right? - This is an anger prisoner,
- Man: Remove him. - Jim: A textbook exampIe.
Do you see the fear, peopIe?
This boy is scared to death of the truth.
Son, it breaks my heart to say this,
but I beIieve you are a very troubIed and confused young man.
I beIieve you are searching for the answers in aII the wrong pIaces.
You're right, actuaIIy.
I am pretty-- I'm pretty troubIed
and I'm pretty confused, but I--
and I'm afraid, reaIIy, reaIIy afraid.
ReaIIy afraid. But I--
I think you're the fucking Antichrist.
( audience gasping )
Man: Get him out of here! Who do you think you are?
( whistIing; cheering )
It's amazing.
The man thinks he's teIIing the truth,
and everything he says is just a fucking Iie!
Everything he says!
Everyone thinks he's so rad. He's such a fucking chud.
- Everything he does-- - Are you okay?
- Yeah. - Sit down. CaIm down.
You ever hear of Grandma Death?
""The PhiIosophy of Time TraveI.""
What is this?
She wrote it.
I've been seeing stuff.
Like, a Iot of reaIIy messed up stuff.
And there are chapters in that book
that describe the stuff I've been seeing.
It can't just be a coincidence.
Dr. Monnitoff: Each vesseI traveIs aIong a vector...
through space-time, aIong its center of gravity.
Like a spear.
I beg your pardon?
Like a spear that comes out of your chest.
Umm... sure.
And in order for the vesseI to traveI through time,
it's got to find a portaI, or in this case a wormhoIe--
CouId these portaIs--
CouId these portaIs just appear anywhere, anytime?
I think that's highIy unIikeIy.
No, I think what you're taIking about is...
an act of God.
If God controIs time, then aII time is pre-decided.
I'm not foIIowing you.
Every Iiving thing foIIows aIong a set path.
And if you couId see your path or channeI,
then you couId see into the future, right?
Like... that's a form of time traveI.
WeII, you're contradicting yourself.
If we were abIe to see
our destinies manifest themseIves visuaIIy,
then we wouId be given a choice
to betray our chosen destinies.
And the mere fact that this choice exists,
wouId make aII pre-formed destiny come to an end.
Not if you traveI within God's channeI.
I'm not going to be abIe to continue this conversation.
- Why? - I couId Iose my job.
( chuckIes )
Frank: Now you know where he Iives.
Dr. Thurman: And they grow out of our chest...
soIar pIexus?
Donnie: Just Iike she described in the book,
the way they moved and they smeIIed.
It's Iike-- Iike they're workers.
Assigned to each one of us.
They just-- they're Iike Iiquid.
I foIIowed it...
into my parents' bedroom.
What did you find?
Donnie: So we caII them IMGs.
Gretchen: Infant Memory Generators.
The idea is that you buy these gIasses for your infant,
and they wear them at night when they sIeep.
Gretchen: But inside the gIasses are these sIide photographs.
And each photograph is of something peacefuI or beautifuI...
whatever the parents want to put inside.
And what effect do you think this wouId have on an infant?
the thing is, nobody remembers their infancy.
Anyone who says they do is Iying.
So we think this wiII heIp deveIop memory earIier in Iife.
Did you stop and think that maybe infants need darkness?
That maybe darkness is part of their naturaI deveIopment?
- Gretchen: No. - Mm-mm.
( snaps fingers )
What if the parents put in pictures of Satan?
Or, Iike, dead peopIe? Crap Iike that.
Is that what you'd show your kids?
WeII, I mean...
didn't your dad, Iike, stab your mom?
( screeches )
Get out.
( cIass beII rings )
Gretchen! I'm sorry, Gretchen.
Gretchen, I'm sorry about those guys.
They're fucking--
Two for ""EviI Dead,"" pIease.
That'II be $2.
( sIow pounding )
Why do you wear that stupid bunny suit?
Why are you wearing that stupid man suit?
Take it off.
What happened to your eye?
Frank: I'm so sorry.
Why do they caII you Frank?
It is the name of my father...
and his father before me.
When's this going to stop?
You shouId aIready know that.
( giggIes )
I want you to watch the movie screen.
There's something I want to show you.
Have you ever seen a portaI?
( beII ringing )
Burn it to the ground.
( music pIays )
Okay, now girIs...
I want you to concentrate.
FaiIure is not an option.
And Bethany, if you feeI the need to vomit up there...
-just swaIIow it. - Okay, Mom.
Hey, you guys, good Iuck out there.
( rude whistIing )
Seth: Get off the stage, Cherita!
You suck!
PrincipaI: HoId on.
Now that was reaIIy something.
Thank you, Cherita Chen, with ""Autumn AngeI.""
And now the moment we've aII been waiting for is here.
It is my very distinct pIeasure
to introduce to you...
EmiIy Bates, Suzy BaiIey,
Samantha Darko, Beth Farmer,
and Joanie James. They are... ""SparkIe Motion.""
;No-- no-- notorious... Notorious ;
;No-- no-- notorious ;
;I can't read about it ;
;Burns the skin from your eyes ;
;I'II do fine without it ;
;Here's one you don't compromise ;
;Lies come hard in disguise ;
;They need to fight it out, not wiId about it ;
;Lay your seedy judgments ;
;Who says they're part of our Iives? ;
;You own the money ;
;You controI the witness ;
;I'II Ieave you IoneIy ;
;Don't monkey with my business ;
;You pay the prophets ;
;To justify your reasons ;
;I heard your promise, but I don't beIieve it ;
;That's why I've done it again... ;
GirI: AII right, SparkIe Motion!
( man screaming )
Gretchen: How Iong was I asIeep for?
WhoIe movie.
Iooks Iike we've got another room back here.
TV Reporter: The bIaze was extinguished
sometime after 8:00 Iast night.
Firefighters discovered what has been referred to
as a ""kiddie porn dungeon.""
Cunningham, who has become a recent ceIebrity
for his books and motivationaI tapes,
- was arrested earIy this morning... - Oh, my God! Sarasota Heights Country CIub.
Arson has not been ruIed out
as part of the cause of the fire.
A group of Cunning Vision empIoyees...
Oh, my God. Dad pIayed golf with that guy.
...vehementIy denied the aIIeged Iink
to a chiId pornography pubIishing circuit.
In a vicious statement,
Cunningham attacked the MiddIesex Fire Department officiaIs,
cIaiming a vast conspiracy.
PrincipaI: I'm sorry, Karen, but we don't think the methods
you've undertaken here are appropriate.
With aII due respect, sir, what exactIy about my methods
do you find inappropriate?
I don't have time to get into a debate about this.
I beIieve I've made myself cIear.
You caII this cIarity?
I don't think that you have a cIue
what it's Iike to communicate with these kids.
And we are Iosing them to apathy...
to this prescribed nonsense.
They are sIipping away.
I am sorry that you have faiIed.
Now if you'II excuse me, I have another appointment.
You can finish out the week.
( screams ) Fuck!
Good afternoon.
It gives me great pIeasure to announce
that the MiddIesex Ridge SchooI dance team
has been invited to perform
on Ed McMahon's ""Star Search '88""
in Los AngeIes, CaIifornia.
( siIent )
( doorbeII rings )
No, it was ridicuIous. I'II caII you back.
- Rose. - Kitty.
I'm sure you're aware of the horribIe aIIegations
against Jim Cunningham.
I know, I saw it on TV.
Something about a... ""kiddie porn dungeon.""
PIease, pIease. Don't use those words!
It's obviousIy some kind of conspiracy
to destroy an innocent man.
I have taken it upon myself to spearhead
the Jim Cunningham defense campaign.
I have to appear at his arraignment tomorrow morning.
As you know, the girIs are scheduIed to Ieave
for Los AngeIes in the morning.
As their coach, I was the obvious choice
to chaperone them on their trip--
But now... you can't go.
- Yes. - Hmm.
BeIieve me, of aII the other mothers,
I wouId never dream of asking you.
But none of the other mothers are avaiIabIe to go.
I don't know, Kitty.
It's a bad weekend. Eddie's in New York.
I don't know if you reaIize
what an opportunity this is for our daughters!
This has been a dream of Samantha's
and aII of ours for a Iong time.
I made her Iead dancer!
Sometimes I doubt your commitment
to SparkIe Motion.
EIizabeth wiII be in charge.
She'II drive you to therapy.
If you need anything, you promise me
that you wiII caII Dr. Thurman?
( softIy ) Okay.
How's it feeI to have a wacko for a son?
It feeIs wonderfuI.
So what do I teII the other kids when they ask about you?
TeII them that everything is going to be just fine.
What's ""CeIIar Door""?
This famous Iinguist once said,
that of aII the phrases in the EngIish Ianguage...
of aII the endIess combinations...
of words in aII of history,
that ""ceIIar door"" is the most beautifuI.
Donnie: ""CeIIar door""?
I promise that one day
everything's going to be better for you.
Chut up!
Dr. Thurman: I want to taIk about your past today.
Donnie: No.
Dr. Thurman: I want to taIk about... you and your parents.
Donnie: They didn't buy me
Donnie: They didn't buy me
what I wanted for Christmas.
What did you want for Christmas that year?
""Hungry, Hungry Hippos.""
How did you feeI,
being denied these ""Hungry, Hungry Hippos""?
What eIse makes you feeI regret?
That I did it again.
You did it again?
I fIooded my schooI
and I burned down that pervert's house.
( Iaughing )
I onIy have a few days Ieft before they catch me.
Did Frank teII you to do these things?
I have to obey him. He saved my Iife.
I have to obey him or I'II be Ieft aII aIone.
And then--
and then I won't be abIe to figure out
what this is aII about.
I won't be abIe to know his master pIan.
Do you mean, God's master pIan?
Do you now beIieve in God?
I have the power to buiId a time machine.
How is that possibIe?
How is time traveI possibIe?
Time's up, Frank said.
When is this going to happen?
What is going to happen?
Frank is going to kiII.
Who is he going to kiII?
Who is he going to kiII, Donnie?
I can see him right now!
The sky is going to open up.
If the sky were to suddenIy open up,
there wouId be no Iaw. There wouId be no ruIe.
There wouId onIy be you and your memories--
the choices you've made,
and the peopIe you've touched.
If this worId were to end,
there wouId onIy be you...
and him...
and no one eIse.
EIizabeth: I got in.
I'm going to Harvard.
We shouId totaIIy throw a party.
I mean, Mom and Dad are gone.
It's HaIIoween CarnivaI. We couId get away with it.
Okay, but it has to be smaII, aII right?
- What do you guys got? - Nothing good.
Kid: Happy HaIIoween!
( rock music pIaying )
( doorbeII rings )
We got eggs, water baIIoons
and a dozen roIIs of toiIet paper.
I stoIe four beers from my dad.
- WeII, we got a keg. - Keg beer is for pussies.
( phone ringing )
( beep tone )
Rose, this is LiIian Thurman.
It is extremeIy important that you caII me
as soon as you get this message.
Thank you.
- Hi. - Hey.
Are you okay?
Yeah, my mom's gone.
You want to come in?
( music pIays Iouder )
I don't know, she...
she didn't Ieave a note
and the house was aII messed up.
But you're okay?
Did you caII the cops?
Yeah, they said I shouId Ieave the house
and that I shouId go to a safe pIace.
I'm just so scared.
I keep thinking something awfuI
is happening, and...
it's my fucking stepdad, I know it.
I guess some peopIe are just born
with tragedy in their bIood.
Hey, have you guys seen Frank?
No, I think they were going on a beer run.
- Shit. - ( phone ringing )
( beep tone )
Rose: If you're there, pIease pick up.
Oh, weII. Good news.
The girIs, they got three and a half stars,
and they get to come back for the quarterfinaIs.
It was amazing. Anyway...
we're going to take the red-eye back tonight, and we ought to arrive--
Samantha: Mom-- the pIane's about to Ieave.
Okay, okay. We'II take the red-eye back tonight.
We shouId arrive around 8:30 in the morning.
I hope everything's aII right.
I Iove you. Bye.
; private consuItation ;
;Under the MiIky Way tonight ;
;Wish I knew what you were Iooking for ;
;Might have known what you wouId find ;
;And it's something quite pecuIiar ;
;Something shimmering and white ;
;It Ieads you here ;
;Despite your destination ;
;Under the MiIky Way tonight ;
;Wish I knew what you were Iooking for ;
;Might have known what you wouId find ;
;Wish I knew what you were Iooking for ;
;Might have known what you wouId find ;
Karen's voice: ""...the ceIIar door...""
;And it's something quite pecuIiar... ;
- Come with me. - Where are we going?
- Donnie. - Look, we gotta go.
- Where? - You ever see Grandma Death?
Why, is this about the book?
- No, it's Frank. - RonaId: Donnie--
Time is running out! We gotta go.
Donnie: Roberta Sparrow.
Grandma Death.
Sean: Donnie, nobody's here. Let's just forget about it.
Huh-- ""CeIIar door.""
( sustained Iow note )
( brief keystroke )
Oh, my God! Donnie! Donnie!
Why the fuck are you here?!
Oh, my God!
You're dead!
What are we doing?
- Sean: Shit! - RonaId: Leave him aIone!
Don't fucking move! Don't fucking move!
- There's a car. - ( coughing )
Get the heII out of here. Now!
Ricky: Seth, there's a car coming. Let's go!
I have a bigger knife now.
Let's go! He caIIed the cops!
Did you caII the fucking cops?!
- Deus ex machina. - What did you just say?
- What the fuck did you just say? - Our savior.
( car engine sputters )
Donnie: Gretchen...?
Wake up, Gretchen.
- Frank... - Wake up.
What did you do?
Donnie: Gretchen, wake up. Wake up.
Wake up.
""CIown"": What the fuck did you do, man?
You kiIIed her, Frank!
Is she dead?
What were you guys doing in the middIe of the road?!
What are you thinking?!
Go home.
Go home and teII your parents everything wiII be okay.
( engine starts )
( tires screeching )
( sirens bIaring )
Frank's voice: 28 days...
Donnie's voice: Six hours...
42 minutes...
12 seconds.
Frank: I'm going home.
( Donnie chuckIing )
Donnie's voice: So in order to traveI back in time,
you have to have a big spaceship or something that can traveI
- faster than the speed of Iight? - Dr. Monnitoff: TheoreticaIIy.
And be abIe to find one of these wormhoIes?
Dr. Monnitoff: The basic principIes of time traveI are there.
You've got your vesseI and your portaI.
And your vesseI couId be just about anything,
most IikeIy a spacecraft.
MetaI craft of any kind.
( Ioud bang )
Gretchen's voice: What if you couId go back in time
and take those hours of pain and darkness
and repIace them with something better?
Donnie's voice: ""Dear Roberta Sparrow,
I've reached you in your book,
but there's so many things I need to ask you.
Sometimes I'm afraid of what you might teII me.
Sometimes I'm afraid that you'II teII me
this is not a work of fiction.
I can onIy hope that the answers
wiII come to me in my sIeep.
I hope that when the worId comes to an end,
I can breathe a sigh of reIief,
because there wiII be so much to Iook forward to.""
( Iaughing )
;AII around me are famiIiar faces ;
;Worn out pIaces ;
;Worn out faces ;
;Bright and earIy for their daiIy races ;
;Going nowhere ;
;Going nowhere ;
;Their tears are fiIIing up their gIasses ;
;No expression ;
;No expression ;
;Hide my head, I want to drown my sorrow ;
;No tomorrow ;
;No tomorrow ;
;And I find it kind of funny ;
;I find it kind of sad ;
;The dreams in which I'm dying ;
;Are the best I've ever had ;
;I find it hard to teII you ;
;I find it hard to take ;
;When peopIe run in circIes ;
;It's a very, very... ;
;Mad worId ;
;Mad worId ;
;ChiIdren waiting for the day they feeI good ;
;Happy birthday ;
;Happy birthday ;
;Made to feeI the way that every chiId shouId ;
;Sit and Iisten ;
;Sit and Iisten ;
;Went to schooI and I was very nervous ;
;No one knew me ;
;No one knew me ;
;HeIIo, teacher, teII me, what's my Iesson? ;
;Look right through me ;
;Look right through me ;
;And I find it kind of funny ;
;I find it kind of sad ;
;The dreams in which I'm dying ;
;Are the best I've ever had ;
;I find it hard to teII you ;
;I find it hard to take ;
;When peopIe run in circIes ;
;It's a very, very... ;
;Mad worId ;
;Mad worId ;
;EnIarged in your worId ;
;Mad worId. ;
what's going on?
HorribIe accident.
My neighbor...
got kiIIed.
What happened?
Got smooshed by a jet engine.
What was his name?
Donnie. Donnie Darko.
I feeI bad for his famiIy.
Boy: Did you know him?
PoIice radio: ...switch back to base.
DC Sniper 23 Days of Fear
D A R Y L 1985
Daddy Day Care
Daffy Duck - Drip Along Daffy (1951)
Daffy Duck - Duck Amuck (1953)
Daffy Duck - Duck Dodgers in the 245 Century (1953)
Daffy Duck and Porky - Boobs in the Woods (1950)
Daffy Duck and Porky - Daffy Duck Hunt (1949)
Daffy Duck and Porky - Deduce You Say (1956)
Daffy Duck and Porky - Golden Yeggs (1950)
Daffy Duck and Porky - The Ducksters (1950)
Daffy Duck and Porky - Yankee Doodle Daffy (1943)
Daffy Duck and Sylvester - The Scarlet Pumpernickel (1950)
Damien Omen II
Damnation (1988) CD1
Damnation (1988) CD2
Damnation de Faust La CD1
Damnation de Faust La CD2
Dance With Me
Dancer in the Dark (2001) CD1
Dancer in the Dark (2001) CD2
Dances With Wolves (Extended Cut) 1990 CD1
Dances With Wolves (Extended Cut) 1990 CD2
Dances With Wolves (Extended Cut) 1990 CD3
Dances With Wolves 1990 CD1
Dances With Wolves 1990 CD2
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Dangerous Minds
Dantes Peak 1997
Dark Angel 1x15 Haven
Dark Angel 1x16 Shorties In Love
Dark Angel 1x17 Pollo Loco
Dark Angel 1x18 I Am I Am A Camera
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