Meet joe black not a man like you
William Parrish : Love is passion, obsession, someone you can't live without. I say, fall head over heels. Find someone you can love like crazy and who will love you the same way back. How do you find him? Well, you forget your head, and you listen to your heart.
“Meet Joe Black” quotes
Joe Black : I don't care Bill. I love her. William Parrish : How perfect for you - to take whatever you want because it pleases you. That's not love. Joe Black : Then what is it? William Parrish : Some aimless infatuation which, for the moment, you feel like indulging - it's missing everything that matters.
Joe Black : Which is what? William Parrish : Trust, responsibility, taking the weight for your choices and feelings, and spending the rest of your life living up to them. And above all, not hurting the object of your love. Joe Black : So that's what love is according to William Parrish?
William Parrish : Multiply it by infinity, and take it to the depth of forever, and you will still have barely a glimpse of what I'm talking about. Joe Black : Those were my words. William Parrish : They're mine now.
William Parrish : It's hard to let go, isn't it? Joe Black : Yes it is, Bill. William Parrish : And that's life William Parrish : Should I be afraid? Joe Black : Not a man like you. Joe Black : Careful, Bill, you'll give yourself a heart attack and ruin my vacation. Drew : And who would've thought Joe Black : Death and Taxes. I'm talking about taking care of each other as best you can.
What's wrong with taking care of a woman? She takes care of you. Susan Parrish : Well you'll have a hard time finding a woman like that these days. Young Man in Coffee Shop : Shoot, you think so? Susan Parrish : Mm-hmm. Young Man in Coffee Shop : I don't know. Lightning could strike. Susan Parrish : Tell me you love me now. Joe Black : I love you now. I love you always. William Parrish : How's your working going?
I mean elsewhere Joe Black : While you were shaving this morning, you weren't just shaving, you weren't just shaving. William Parrish : What do you mean? Joe Black : You were hatching ideas, making plans, arriving at decisions, right?
William Parrish : Yeah, I guess so. Joe Black : So you understand the concept. While part of you is busy doing one thing, another part of you is doing another, perhaps even attending to the problems of your work. William Parrish : Of course. Joe Black : So you understand the concept, Bill. Now multiply that by infinity, take that to the depths of forever, and you still barely have a glimpse of what I'm taking about. William Parrish : [reaches out and stops him from walking in front of a honking car].
Joe Black : Thank you for loving me. Quince : Do you like me, Joe? Joe Black : Oh, yes, Quince. You're one of my favorites. Joe Black : Should you choose to test my resolve in this matter, you will be facing a finality beyond your comprehension, and you will not be counting days, or months, or years, but milleniums in a place with no doors. Joe Black But Allison loves you? Quince : [Quince nods yes between stifled sobs]. Joe Black : How do you know? Quince : Because she knows the worst thing about me and it's okay.
Joe Black : What is it? Joe Black : Yes it is,Bill. William Parrish : What can I tell you? That's life.
I don't want you to examine me. Susan Parrish : Why? Susan Parrish : And I- I don't want to examine you. Young Man in Coffee Shop : You don't? Why not? Susan Parrish : Because I like you so much. Voice : Yes. William Parrish : Yes what?
Voice : 'Yes' is the answer to your question. William Parrish : What question? Voice : Oh, Bill. Come on. The question. The question you've been asking yourself with increased regularity, at odd moments, panting through the extra game of handball, when you ran for the plane in Delhi, when you sat up in bed last night and hit the floor in the office this morning.
The question that is in the back of your throat, choking the blood to your brain, ringing in your ears over and over as you put it to yourself. William Parrish : The question. Voice : Yes, Bill. William Parrish Am I going to die? Joe Black : You're the poison, Drew. You've operated behind the scenes to suborn the trust of a man who has stamped you with his imprimatur of class, elegance and stature. I've had the opportunity to be a witness to every kind and degree of deception but Bill Parish has been on the receiving end of machinations so Machiavellian that it has rarely been my experience to encounter and yet he has combated them himself stoically and selflessly without revealing my identity.
Had he violated the vow of secrecy he took, his task would have been far easier, he could have turned defeat into victory. But he is too honorable a man to have done that. Because of me, he has lost his work, his company, his reputation, so now, given these losses, I'm compelled to end the need for secrecy. Joe Black : I can't believe you people. I come for you, and you want to stay, I let you stay and you want to go.
Jamaican Woman : Mr. Bad News. Joe Black : Don't be feisty, sister. Jamaican Woman : I'm not feisty, mister. You come for me? That's good news. Joe Black : No, I come to see the doctor. Jamaican Woman : Doctor? Joe Black : Mm-hmm. Jamaican Woman : What could be wrong with you?
Joe Black : Nothin'. Jamaican Woman : Ohh. You come to see doctor lady? Joe Black : Yeah, man.
Brad Pitt: Joe Black, Young Man in Coffee Shop
I first watched this movie with my mom right after her dad died, and we sobbed the entire way through, both of us finding our own connections to the story of a beloved father Hopkins leaving his daughter Claire Forlani behind as she, uh … well, as she falls in love with the Grim Reaper. Much like The OA , this movie is embarrassing to describe out loud. To this day, even the first few notes of the sweeping score bring me to tears.
Joe Black : I don't care Bill. I love her. William Parrish : How perfect for you - to take whatever you want because it pleases you. That's not love.
Anthony Hopkins: William Parrish
It was the second pairing of Hopkins and Pitt after their film Legends of the Fall. The film received mixed reviews from critics. Billionaire media mogul Bill Parrish is considering a merger between his company and another media giant and is about to celebrate his 65th birthday with an elaborate party planned by his eldest daughter, Allison. His youngest daughter, Susan, a resident in internal medicine , is in a relationship with one of Bill's board members, Drew. She is considering marriage, but Bill can tell that she is not passionately in love. When she asks for the short version of his impassioned speech, he simply says, "Stay open. Who knows?
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