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Road House (1989)

Road House (1989)

Road House is a classic action film that was released in 1989. Starring the legendary Patrick Swayze, the movie takes viewers on a thrilling journey into the world of bar brawls and high-stakes conflict.

Directed by Rowdy Herrington, Road House tells the story of Dalton, an expert bouncer who is hired to clean up the Double Deuce, a rowdy bar in the small town of Jasper, Missouri. Dalton, played brilliantly by Patrick Swayze, is known for his no-nonsense approach to his job, using his martial arts skills to maintain order amidst chaos.

As Dalton takes on the seemingly impossible task of restoring peace to the Double Deuce, he encounters a host of interesting characters along the way. Sam Elliott portrays Wade Garrett, Dalton's mentor and fellow bouncer who provides guidance and support throughout the film. The chemistry between Swayze and Elliott adds depth to the movie, further enhancing the audience's connection to the story.

Another vital character in Road House is Doc, a local doctor played by Kelly Lynch. Doc becomes romantically involved with Dalton, adding an emotional layer to the action-packed plot. The relationship between Dalton and Doc evolves throughout the film, creating a sense of vulnerability and tenderness amidst the ruggedness of the bar scene.

The villains in Road House are memorable as well. Ben Gazzara plays the role of Brad Wesley, a ruthless businessman and crime lord who controls the town of Jasper through fear and manipulation. His character provides the central conflict of the movie, as Dalton confronts the criminal forces that stand in his way.

One aspect that sets Road House apart from other action films of its time is the attention to detail in capturing the bar culture. From the rough-and-tumble patrons to the gritty atmosphere, the movie immerses viewers in the world of late-night brawls and hard-drinking. This realism adds to the intensity of the fight scenes and enhances the overall viewing experience.

The musical score of Road House is equally memorable. With a soundtrack filled with classic rock and blues songs, the movie captures the spirit of the era. From Jeff Healey Band's hypnotic rendition of "Roadhouse Blues" to Otis Redding's soulful "These Arms of Mine," the music sets the tone for each scene, complementing the action-packed sequences.

If you want to experience the excitement of Road House, you can play and download the sounds from the film here. Immerse yourself in the world of barroom brawls, as Patrick Swayze delivers a powerful performance that solidified his status as an action icon. From the thrilling fight sequences to the heartfelt moments between Dalton and Doc, this film is a true classic that continues to captivate audiences to this day.

So, grab your popcorn, get ready for some adrenaline-pumping action, and join Dalton as he takes on the Double Deuce and Brad Wesley in the heart-pounding Road House.

A new windshield will cost you more than that old beater's worth.
A polar bear fell on me.
After you.
Ain't gonna kill you.
Ain't it peculiar how money seems to do that very thing?
All right, that's enough.
All right, y'all, we'll be back in ten. We gotta drain the main vein. Stick around.
All right.
All right. Who's gonna tell me what the hell happened here?
All the businesses in town belong to it.
All you have to do is watch my back and each others'.
And cut it the fuck loose.
And I'm not gonna lose a second's sleep about it.
And if I'm not there, you're there.
And three: Be nice.
And to protect my investment, I've hired the best damn cooler in the business.
And we've got entirely too many troublemakers here.
And when he did he fucked up.
And you know why? Because I like you.
And you'll both be nice.
And you're not?
Anybody else here dealing?
Anyway, I've come into a little bit of money.
Are you always better than they are?
Are you gonna take the stand against him?
Argh!
Argh!
Ask for a little contribution to improve the town, everybody digs deep, except him.
Ask him to walk, be nice.
Aw, shit.
Bastard! Let go!
Beautiful day, isn't it?
Being called a cocksucker isn't personal?
Big, bad Dalton.
Brad Wesley, he's not afraid of anything, right?
Brad Wesley.
Breakfast.
Bullshit!
But a lot of the guys who come in here, we can't handle one on one.
But I'm on my break.
But it's amazing what you can get used to, huh?
But now I just don't have the time.
But what are you gonna win? Who's this for anyway? Are you doing it for them?
But you and I know that isn't so, don't we?
But you, O'Connor, somehow I don't believe you.
But, Christ, you get paid for beating people up. Tell me you don't love it.
By God, you're a put together woman.
By the way, Oscar, Bandstand's all yours.
Bye.
Calling me sir is like putting an elevator in an outhouse don't belong.
Can I buy you guys a drink?
Can I talk to you for a minute?
Carter!
Christ, I'm just like you. I came up the hard way, from the streets of Chicago.
Christ, JC Penney is coming here because of me. You ask anybody, they'll tell you.
Cody. Later.
Come on, motherfucker.
Come on, move it.
Come on.
Cool him off.
Cos you're a bleeder. You bleed too much.
D'you always carry your medical records with you?
Dalton, check this out. Wesley wants to put a little something down on a new car.
Dalton!
Dalton?
Dalton.
Dalton.
Dalton.
Dalton...
Damn it. Mongrel!
Darling.
Did I explain it wrong?
Did she?
Dig a hole.
Do you ever win a fight?
Doc...
Does a hobbyhorse have a wooden dick?
Don't bet on it.
Don't come back, peckerhead.
Don't ever do that. It just takes the energy right out of you.
Don't give me no lip, Lord.
Don't mean to bust up the party, but my shift starts in a couple of hours.
Don't you forget it.
Drinking and having a good time.
Elvis, play something with balls.
Emmet, talk to me. Are you all right?
Emmet!
Emmet!
Ernie, what's the story?
Escort this gentleman to the door.
Ever seen a better pair of attitudes?
Every week.
Everybody pay?
Excuse me, gentlemen.
Expect the unexpected.
Find that prick.
Fine, ain't they?
For 20 years I've watched Wesley get richer while everybody else got poorer.
Forget it.
Frank Tilghman.
From now on he's in charge of all the bar business. What he says goes.
Fuck. Anybody got a mirror?
Fucking around somewhere I shouldn't have been at the time. I was very drunk.
Garrett. Oh, my God.
Gee, I've never heard that before.
Get him out of here now.
Get out.
Get outta here!
Get this piece of shit coward out of here.
Get those firemen in here. I wanna buy them a drink.
Get up! Hey, get up!
Give me the biggest guy in the world, you smash his knee, he'll drop like a stone.
Go ahead.
Go ahead. Do it, go on.
Go fuck yourself.
Go on, Dalton. Kick his ass!
God, he's great coming out of the gate, but not much for stamina.
Goddamn, that hurts, doesn't it?
Good to see you.
Good. Then some other place has gotta be open. Let's go.
Got blindsided by a bottle of Jack Daniel's.
Got it.
Great.
Great.
Guess I picked the wrong guy.
Hang on.
Hank. Hank!
Happen to be in the neighbourhood, huh?
Hardly.
He keeps taking and taking until somebody takes him.
He killed a guy once.
He was in better shape.
He's got the sheriff and the whole police force in his pocket!
He's my only sister's son, and if he doesn't have me, who's he got?
He's my uncle.
He's working at the Double Deuce.
Hell, you took all my boys.
Hell, you took Jimmy.
Here you go.
Hey, buddy, what are you doin'? Are you gonna kiss 'em or not?
Hey, Dalton.
Hey, Dalton. Have a Bloody Mary?
Hey, get the fuck away from him.
Hey, hey!
Hey, hotshot...
Hey, how'd you like to tell us what the fuck's goin' on?
Hey, look, pal, we don't...
Hey, there's a fight out back!
Hey, you'll be fine. Come on.
Hey, you're paid to play. Play.
Hey! Don't let him bother you.
Hey.
Hey.
Hi.
Hi. I'm Dr Clay.
Hm?
Hm. Come on.
Hold it, hold it, hold it.
Hold on a second.
How about some gold plastic?
How d'you like that, Kung Fu?
How do you explain that?
How does $100 a month strike you?
How's a guy like you end up a bouncer?
How's it going, mijo?
I ain't got 20 bucks.
I am only good at one thing, Doc. I never lose.
I believe we all have a purpose on this earth.
I believe you, Tinker.
I brought the mall here. I got the 7 Eleven. I got the Photomat here.
I can call a friend in Springfield who works with the FBI.
I can do that without you.
I can live with that.
I can't believe you're still dragging that shit around with you.
I care about you, Dalton. You don't know him.
I didn't hear you say that.
I didn't say that.
I didn't see nothing.
I don't fly.
I don't know.
I don't think so.
I don't think so.
I figure he's costing you about $150 a night.
I finally get this place just the way I want it, and now we're running out of booze.
I fucking knew it.
I got somebody I want you to meet.
I gotta find Doc.
I hate this place.
I have a cousin in Memphis. Tells me you killed a man down there.
I have a little club outside Kansas City called the Double Deuce.
I heard you had balls big enough to come in a dump truck, but...
I know exactly who Brad Wesley is. I have seen his kind many times.
I know you.
I know you're not a nice guy.
I love it.
I love this guy. Isn't he cute?
I love you, mijo.
I need a drink.
I need somebody to help me clean the place up.
I need the best.
I never thought you'd turn on me, too.
I run the show... completely.
I said one beer, senor.
I saw your picture in Red Webster's place.
I say let her dance.
I see you found my trophy room, Dalton.
I should have let you go, Jimmy.
I sure ain't gonna show you my dick.
I swear he does that just to piss me off.
I think I can take you.
I thought it would be fun to fight you, Dalton. I really did.
I used to fuck guys like you in prison.
I wanna tell you something else.
I want you to remember that it's a job.
I'd be fine if you'd get off of me.
I'd better take you home.
I'd like to make a better life for myself.
I'll see you.
I'll take care of it.
I'll take it.
I'll tell you what, for 20 bucks...