One of the Good Ones (2019) Movie Script

I heard this poem once.
No one sees life
beyond the sunset.
Everyone stares
as the sun goes down.
If you stay there,
wait a little longer,
the sun comes back up
but no one is around.
No one is around.
Oh, cap's on it.
Oh my God.
Santa Monica pier!
Mama said you
Better watch out
For the pretty girls
With the big mouth
Every once in a while
I've been looking for you baby
Tell me can I find you
Can I find you
Tell me where to find you
Not that close. Come on.
Let me look.
Oh, wow.
Mama says never give up
Mama says you
Better be tough
My mama told me
You never know
What you're gonna get
But don't be scared
'Cause that's what mama said
That's what mama said
Mama said
Your time will come
It's who you are
Not where you're from
And you will find
who you are
When you wish upon a star
No one should be watching this.
Turn this off if you're watching this.
Everyone is gonna see this.
Will I make it
Will I even be okay
Maybe I should just give up
Mama says never give up
Mama says you
Better be tough
My mama taught me you never
Know what you gonna get
But don't be scared
'Cause that's what mama said
Oh Marilyn!
That's what mama said
- Hello.
- You are so pretty.
You are so pretty.
Okay, enough.
I just found out we're
not getting married.
- Oh, man.
- It kind of is breaking my heart.
At least it has been documented.
It's a good thing.
Not now.
Okay, all right.
I'm actually full.
I don't need to eat that.
Do you wanna
get a milkshake though?
- You want to get a milkshake?
- Yeah.
- Will you split it with me?
- I don't want milkshake.
- I'll watch you...
- No.
All right.
- You filming yourself?
- No, I mean I'm filming myself so
- when I'm gone you can watch this.
- Oh my God.
And you can think I'm cute.
Just minutes on minutes
on minutes and
- he's smiling at the camera.
- She's doing it again.
Hi, Sammy.
When I'm back home, you can watch this
when you miss me and you can be happy.
We could have wrote
The letters out
We could have spoke sweeter
Things from our eyes
See now
I only hide when I'm far
I don't even wanna try anymore.
Then get a dating app.
- No, absolutely not.
- I'm downloading it.
- No! Oh my God, Megan.
- No, stop. Stop, stop.
And the password.
Password should be
Megan the moron.
Okay. I'm actually
gonna do that.
Okay, good.
And then pick top three
hot photos of you.
- Easy. Got it.
- We can make it five then.
- All right.
- Okay, okay.
Oh my God.
Okay '
Oh my God.
Look at this kid.
He's cute.
See? You
can thank me later.
I guess this could be fun.
Oh, hey.
You said not really the phone
call type so I thought maybe Facetime.
Facetime is like the third
basic communication.
What are you doing?
I'm not really doing anything.
You look gorgeous.
So do you.
Well, I'm only kind of couple more
days and I'm thinking that we should hang.
- Oh, are we hanging?
- Yeah.
We'll see.
Well, I did want to call you and talk to
you about something before we did hang out.
Okay, like what?
Like what I'm doing in town.
I think I know.
You do?
I mean no one
under the age of 35
lives in Malibu
for a few months.
It's got to be like
some kind of rehab.
- Am I right?
- Smart girl. Very smart girl.
- Thank you.
- But, technically, it's not a rehab.
It's a sober living facility.
- Okay?
- What's the difference?
Well, a rehab is like
super intense 24-hour,
no margarine, there is no
contact with the outside worlds.
But, you know, rehab, like, or a sober living
facility, little more accountability based.
Still lot of rules but, technically,
I can leave to hang out with somebody.
That is if you still want to. I don't
know if it's like a turnoff or whatever.
Oh my God, it's 3:30,
how did that happen?
Wow, we've been
talking for a long time.
Well, I should go.
I have work tomorrow.
Yeah, I better get
some sleep, too.
Okay '
Text me when you wake up.
Okay, just text me whenever
you want tomorrow.
Okay, I will.
- Goodnight, Sammy.
Hey, JJ.
- Who are you talking to?
- Hey, Mr. Carroll.
Hey, come on, it's Billy.
Everybody can see you
smiling. Look at that smile.
I can see you smiling
from four blocks down.
- Now who is it?
- I'm talking to my mother.
Okay. Well, look at...
Let me look at mom.
Mommy's cute.
What was she, two years old
when she had you or what?
Yeah, actually it was
a modern miracle.
Well, you are a modern miracle.
You know it's a wonder how
you ever ended up here.
- Yeah, yeah.
- You ever think about that?
All the time.
- Yeah?
- I'm almost done actually. So, I'm excited about that.
Yeah. I'm proud of you.
- Let's walk.
- Okay.
I don't see you walking.
I'm walking.
- Come on.
- I'm walking.
Regarding Jake, there's a
new assistant counselor.
I'm getting some word back that you've been...
You've been taking advantage of his newness.
I don't know about advantage.
- It's a strong word.
- Uh-huh.
- Oh beautiful, isn't it?
- Yeah.
How you feel?
I feel good. Yeah. I feel good.
Almost made it to the end.
You pushed through, JJ.
You pushed through
like you meant business.
I am proud of you for that.
- Thank you.
- I am.
I appreciate that, Billy.
The court back home
reached out to me.
They want my opinion
on your progress.
I told them... I told
them you're doing better.
- Thank you. I...
- Yeah.
I appreciate it. I mean-
I also told them you're
not ready for custody, yet.
- Wait? What?
- JJ-just need-
- You're keeping my kid from me?
- Need a little more time.
- No, no, Billy, Billy... -I'm
thinking about your daughter.
- I'm thinking about Lexi.
- I've been here over five months, man.
I'm thinking about her, okay? She
needs a dad that's a hundred percent.
- And I want you...
- I am a hundred percent.
- That's why I'm here.
- A hundred percent fully at the end of this.
That's why I'm here, Billy.
Okay, okay,
just a little more time.
Come here.
Forget it.
Wake up! Wake up!
How about you come home with
me? You can meet my daughter.
Lexi would love you.
You wanna meet her?
Hey, mom.
I'm okay.
It's just this... I guess
they told the courts I'm
not ready for custody.
Where... where did they
tell her I am? On vacation?
She said she wants to
be with me on vacation?
That's really...
That's really sweet.
No, I tried calling but she
won't let me talk to her.
No, she won't even let me
talk to her on the phone.
No, it's... it's... it's
like for nothing.
If I came out here for Lexi
and then I can't even see her.
I just want to be done.
Like with all of this,
I just want to be done.
Okay '
Yes, I promise.
I promise I will try
and have some fun.
Okay '
I love you, too.
All right.
- Sam, look at this-
- Hey.
- It's cute, right?
- Yeah, it's really cute.
What size is that?
A small.
You should put on
hold for yourself.
- Right?
- I'll put it on hold for later.
Yeah, yeah.
So, I'm going out
with that guy tonight.
- Amazing! Where you guys gonna hang?
- I don't know yet.
But I wanna ask you
a quick question.
Okay '
- So JJ is in rehab and...
- He's in rehab?
Well, it's not a real rehab
it's like a sober living facility.
But I didn't want to tell you because I knew
you'd freak out like you are right now.
I'm not freaking out.
Kind of.
You kind of are.
Okay, okay, I'm not.
Um, do you think that it would be
okay for me to get a drink with him
or is it like bad because
he's going to rehab?
Why do you want to hang with a guy in
rehab if you can just meet another guy?
'Cause it's literally perfect.
He's just gonna be here a few days,
we'll have some fun and then he's gone.
It's nothing serious.
He's perfect.
That's either
brilliant or twisted.
Thank you.
I think I'll get too high
When I'm next to you
- Hey. How are you?
- Good.
- How are you?
- Good.
- Do you want to get in and we can go?
- I don't think so.
- What?
- I want you to get out of the car and hug me.
What? Oh my God,
no, just get in the car.
I'm not getting in till
you get out and hug me.
- No! Just get in the car!
- You wanna go? Cool. Come on.
Oh my God.
- Feel good?
- Yes.
- Should we go?
- Yeah, we can go.
- Okay, great.
- Let's go.
- Are you hungry? Where are we going?
- Yeah.
- Okay, do you like sushi?
- No, I hate it.
What? Really? It's my favorite.
I think it's so gross.
I don't think this
is gonna work.
Yeah. Me either.
- Just pull over, I can just hop off now.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah.
I'm kidding. Go. Go, go, go.
You can go wherever you want.
Okay, perfect.
You look beautiful.
Even better than your profile.
- Really?
- Yeah, you can't always say that for people.
- Some people...
- Yeah.
You see their profile and you
meet them in person, it's like-
They catfish you.
- Do you feel like I... I live up to my photos?
- Absolutely.
Oh: you?
- Yes, me.
- Oh, oh, we're not talking about me anymore.
You think you live up
to your own photos? Wow.
- Yeah.
- Wow.
- No.
- Someone is a little stuck up.
I like your tattoo.
Mm. Don't look at it.
- Why?
- 'Cause I don't like to show people.
Now why would you get a tattoo, something
that's gonna be on your body probably forever,
and you don't want
anyone to see it?
'Cause I got it when I was seventeen and it's
really dumb and I want to get it removed.
Okay, fair enough.
- Do you have any tattoos?
- Yeah, I got a couple.
Show me.
Oh, cool.
I actually want
to get a lip tattoo.
- Yeah?
- I heard that those wear off after a while.
That's what they say. I've
had them on like six years.
- Did it hurt?
- A little, but I can handle it.
- Mm-Hm.
- Yeah.
I wanted to get another one while I
was in town but just didn't get a chance.
How you've been so far?
Six-month program and I'm... I'm
almost done, so about that long.
Has it been difficult,
the program?
Uh, yeah.
Yeah, it has in some ways.
But I wanted to do it.
I got a daughter at home.
- Really?
- Yeah.
- Wow.
- Is that weird?
That's cool. I have some
friends that have kids.
Yeah. I'm gonna be that dad right
now and I'm gonna show you a picture.
- I would love to see a picture.
- All right.
- Gosh, she's beautiful!
- Yeah, right?
- Yes. What's her name?
- Lexi.
She's so beautiful.
That girl... little
girl's my princess.
I miss her so much.
So is her mom
still on the picture?
- Wait, you're not married or something, are you?
- No.
No, no, no.
Okay '
Lexi's mom and I haven't
been together in a long time.
We're friends though.
- Do you guys think you'll ever get back together?
- Nah.
I think we're better as friends
than when we're together.
That's good, for Lexi at least.
My parents separated
when I was really young.
Was hard on me
but you get over it.
- You have any siblings?
- Nope.
- Only child right here.
- Okay.
That explains a lot.
- Rude.
- Yeah, it does.
I'm just teasing.
I have a big family though.
Yeah? You close with them?
Yeah, super close to my
siblings, really close to my mom.
- You close with your parents?
- Yeah.
Actually I'm really
close with my dad.
Was really hard on him when
I moved out here on my own.
He wants me to move
back and work for him.
He does investment banking.
- You gonna do it?
- I don't think so.
I don't know. I don't really
know what I want to do.
Well, if you could do anything in
the world what would you want to do?
I don't know.
Anything in the world.
I want to do a lot of things.
- It's hard to say these days, you know?
- What's hard about that?
Figuring out what you
want to do with your life.
Like, think about it... our great-grandparents
never had dreams of being millionaires.
I mean they just worked a really hard
job they hated to put food on the table,
to provide a better
life for their children.
Then our grandparents just wanted to make
enough so that their kids, our parents,
could go to college and be doctors
or lawyers or engineers and they did.
And then we come along and our parents tell
us that we can do anything we dream of,
which is a lie, but we
believe them and we try and fail
at doing these things
we think we're good at
but never actually get
any work ethic or drive,
never becoming functioning
members of society.
And then internet and social media comes along
and people are creating websites and apps
and becoming the youngest
billionaires of all time.
People on reality stars make millions
of dollars for being themselves on TV.
And suddenly we all feel like if we are
thirty and don't have a few mil in the bank
then we're a failure.
I mean our grandparents would have never even
dreamed of being millionaires by thirty,
maybe not even ever.
But for us that's the norm. I mean
that kind of pressure is ridiculous.
So, no, I have no idea
what I want to do.
I'm just working
retail right now.
Feels like such a dead end.
Make enough money at this cool store to
pay rent in LA? It's expensive out here.
my dad helps.
A lot.
Kind of pays my rent.
I know how it is. My mom helps
out with my daughter a lot.
I'm gonna order another drink.
Okay. You do that. I'm
gonna go to the bathroom.
- Okay.
- All right?
All right.
- You good? All right.
- Yes.
I don't want to talk
about this right now.
No, we... we don't have
anything to talk about.
I... I don't have an attitude.
Do not bring my
daughter into this!
No, I'm not drinking.
Dude, I'm... I'm done
talking. I'm done.
They say when you drink tequila at the
bottom of the drink you can see your future.
- Future?
- You know palm reading?
- Yeah, that looks not good.
- So, uh...
You're embarrassing me.
We are in public.
It's gonna happen tonight.
- What's gonna happen?
- What?
- What?
- You know.
We need... we need another round.
- This is great.
- I know.
I like this.
You look like you want
to get out of here.
What do you want to do?
We can go somewhere else or we
can go back to my place for a drink.
But if I go back to your place,
how am I gonna get back later tonight?
You can spend the
night if you want.
You realize if I spend the night,
they are gonna kick me out, right?
- Don't do that. No.
- I don't care.
- Do not get kicked out because of me.
- I don't care.
Look, I only have
three days left, okay?
All I have is a couple of
interviews and grabbing my bags.
No, you should finish.
I already did my time.
- Unless you just don't want me to come over.
- No, I do. I just-
- You promise?
- Yes.
There is one small problem.
If they kick me out I want to
have a place to stay next three days.
That's fine.
On the couch.
On the couch.
You know how to use that thing?
No, not really. Just
saw over there. It's helpful.
Yeah, let me see it.
So this camera actually takes
thirty five-millimeter film.
Okay '
Yeah, you let it here in the back, you
only get thirty-six exposures per roll.
- I mean thirty-six photos?
- Yeah.
- Okay.
- Like with digital you can take as many photos as you want.
I've done that before.
I know how that one works.
So look in there.
- Okay. And do you see the light meter on the right?
- No.
- Like the numbers on the side?
- Yeah, yeah, I see the numbers.
- So that's a light meter.
- Okay.
Now you press down on this button. It
will show you what to set the aperture to.
- This is 2.8.
- Okay, perfect.
So I'll move it to 2.8.
Okay '
Okay '
Now look through in
focus and then shoot.
Did you cock that back?
Okay, here, let me see.
- No, no.
- Come on, come on.
- No. No, no, no, no, no.
- Let me take one-
- Let me just take one.
- No.
- Be careful! No.
- Relax.
Just relax.
You're bad.
Remember, I totally
wanna do this.
- That's great.
- It better be.
That better be beautiful.
JJ, it's Billy.
I want to talk through some of
the stuff we talked through earlier.
Give me a call, please.
Hey, you need to
call me right now.
Look, I'm trying to
cover for you, man.
You're gonna
throw all this away.
You're better than this.
Call me right now.
So I'm officially kicked out.
Damn. Sorry.
It's not your fault.
So here's my house key.
If you want to go get
food or something.
I don't think there's really anything to eat
in the fridge, but help yourself to whatever.
Okay '
And feel free to text me
or call me or whatever.
Okay '
Okay '
You're not gonna steal my stuff
and go sell it on Craigslist, are you?
No, actually,
your Harry Potter books and that gorgeous
painting of Miami Beach are gonna be just fine.
Oh, you can actually sell the painting,
I've never really liked it anyway.
We'll have to split the profits.
- Oh yeah? Now what are we gonna do with all that money?
- I don't know.
Okay '
Okay '
Well, I gotta go to
work. So, goodbye.
Bye, dude.
Bye, dude.
Hey, I can't come in today.
- Oh, hey.
- You forget something?
- No, they had extra cover.
They didn't need
me come in today.
Okay '
Yeah. What do you
wanna do today?
I'm down for whatever.
Want to go see a movie?
So anything you want to see?
- I don't know. It's what's live.
- Okay.
Hey, do you mind if we go by
the rehab and pick up my stuff?
Yeah, sure, we can go to
the movies on the way back.
Did you go through my stuff?
I just was brushing my teeth
and I saw them in the drawer.
I didn't take any.
Okay '
- Do you... do you take those?
- No, honestly, I forgot that they were even in here.
Are you mad at me?
- Why would I be mad at you?
- I don't know, I just feel weird.
I get that.
I've had a lot of weird moments
with the family over the years.
There's a time when nobody
trusted me, not even my own mom.
I'll throw them away.
You don't have to do that.
Well, what should I do?
If I wanted to,
I could have somebody here with
pills in less than thirty minutes.
But it's just not how
I want to be anymore.
It's not me.
I think you can put them back
in the drawer, just leave them.
You can even count
them if you want.
Are you sure?
Do you trust me?
Ah, shit.
- Hi, man.
- Hey, bud.
You know I think you're
making a mistake here.
You guys are the ones who
kicked me out, remember?
If you'd come back last night like I
told you to, we could have figured it out.
- Yeah, it's too late now.
- No, it's not too late.
My God, JJ, you got
a lot of good in you.
You wanna throw it all away for
this? You know maybe I should meet her.
- No. No, no.
- You know, just one...
- You don't need to meet anybody.
- I just want-
- You don't need to meet anybody.
- I just want to-
Relax. Relax.
You just want to introduce myself and you
think I'm gonna embarrass you, don't you?
No, you are embarrassing
me. Listen, listen...
I'm talking low,
you're talking loud.
Okay? Okay. She hears
you, she doesn't hear me.
- Listen, listen.
- Yeah, go ahead.
- What?
- I'm just gonna spend my last couple of days with her.
I'm gonna go home.
- Yeah?
- And I'm gonna be fine, okay?
- Okay.
- Thank you.
And do you think you could
hang on your sobriety
- with that and you think you can get Lexi back?
- I'm fine.
- Yeah, oh I know you're fine.
- Thank you. Thank you for everything. Thank you.
I still believe in you, JJ.
All right.
- What was all that about?
- Nothing. Let's go.
Okay '
You good?
- Is that what you're wearing?
- Wow.
- Where are we going?
- We're going out.
- Do you want me to change?
- No, I think you look great.
- You can wear whatever you want.
- Thanks.
Let's go.
Okay '
- Here you go, guys.
- Thank you, man.
You're out here
making some fans.
- Too soon.
- Sorry.
- Too soon quite literally.
- You wanna cheers to that?
- Yeah.
- Cheers to that. You're leaving soon.
Too soon.
We'll start off easy.
- Okay?
- Mm-Hm.
- What's your favorite color?
- Yellow.
- Favorite movie?
- Hmm,
10 Things I Hate About You.
Good one.
Thank you.
- Do you believe in true love?
- Wow, that escalated quickly.
Well do you like that there's only
one person out there just for you?
Not really.
DO you?
I used to.
My grandma always told me that you
have three great loves in your life
and that they all
teach you something.
- How many have you had?
- Just one I think.
You think? I feel like there's something you
should know about it if you've had it, right?
- You care to share?
- No.
No? Okay.
- We can move on.
- Thank you.
- What is your greatest fear?
- Good one. Um...
Probably drowning.
- So dying a slow death?
- No, just death in general.
- So you're afraid to die?
- No.
I guess just what comes after death,
just nothingness, you're just gone.
Yeah, people cry for a
day or two but, eventually,
you're forgotten like
you're never even there.
I take it you don't
believe in heaven then.
Oh, I think heaven was
invented by hurt people
hoping that their loved ones
are still out there somewhere
that they'll see them
again someday.
- But I could be wrong.
- Hopefully.
Who knows?
Wanna play pool?
- So what you wanna do today?
- I wanna see I.A.
- Okay. What do you want to see?
- I wanna see the Hollywood sign.
Oh, maybe one of those star tours,
you can see the famous people's houses.
Come on, be a
tourist with me today.
- Ah.
- Please be a tourist with me today.
- Ah.
- Please be a tourist with me today.
- Yeah!
- Oh my God!
I was born in the city I'
Went out on my own
Reporting live from
the scene right now.
- Looks like there has been
a volcano eruption... What?
- On observatory...
- Start over.
- Shall I move my hair?
- No, I like it.
There you go.
Let me tie it.
Close to nature
Closer, close to God
Closer, closer to myself
I went down to the valley
And I sawa gun
Clutched so tightly by the
Hunter pointing at his mouth
Oh, I ran as fast as I could
You just don't
look like an addict.
- What?
- To me.
- I don't look like a drug addict?
- Yeah.
Is that offensive about that?
- What does a drug addict look like?
- You really want to
- look like a drug addict?
- Well, what does that look like?
I don't know. You just
don't look like it to me.
- What does a drug addict look like?
- I don't know.
Do you mean like a face tattoo?
Closer, closer
Said the tourist.
JJ, say something funny.
- Um...
- It's not funny.
I can't think of anything.
Somebody left their shoe.
Just too bad, you know.
You don't appreciate
anything anymore.
There she is.
Buildings like chandeliers
Illuminating my fears, oh-oh
But I'm still closer
Close to nature
Okay, put it away.
Closer, close to God
Closer, closer to myself
This is actually scary!
- What are you getting?
- Smells nice.
- There's good oakiness to it.
- Um, yeah, earthy tone.
- Maybe some...
- Yeah.
- Yeah.
- Yeah!
- Were you popular in high school?
- Very.
- Were you really?
- Were you not?
it's hard to say.
I just feel like I was friends with,
like, a lot of different groups of people.
But I guess like my group of
friends would have been considered like
the burnouts, you know.
Like we were invited to the
parties, but we just never went.
We like just did our own thing.
So that's like kind of cooler
than being popular, right?
I guess it depends who you ask.
If you ask yourself,
I guess, yeah.
- I'm asking you, so what's the answer?
- I don't know.
- I think you're pretty cool.
- Thank you.
- Mm-hm.
- That's all I need to hear.
Well, there you go.
- I love this movie.
- I've seen this movie so many times.
Never gets old.
No, never.
Just so good.
I have a crush on him.
- I did.
- Yeah?
In Jumanji.
- Oh my gosh!
- Oh my gosh!
I've always really
liked older men.
Like my first crush...
- Okay, continue.
- Really, my first crush was Mel Gibson in The Patriot.
- Which it would have been normal for it to be like Heath Ledger.
- Mm-hm.
We are officially out of wine.
Let's go get some more.
- You want to?
- Yeah.
- Are you going to?
- Here I am.
JJ reporting live from
the scene of the crime.
- Oh God!
- Apparently, someone has stolen all of the wine...
- No!
- In all of Los Angeles.
- What are we gonna do?
- We have suspicion that
it is a young woman under
the name of Sammy.
- And she's ran
off with all the wine.
- Oh my God!
- We are now in pursuit.
We're gonna go
live on the scene.
Why would she do that?
She's an alcoholic.
She needs it.
She can't get enough of it.
Look at her!
Oh, drinking so...
Look at her.
Look at her, she's right here.
- Caught red-handed!
- How much did that...?
Why would I ever, you know?
Here she is.
Our last night together.
- Bye.
- Bye, over you.
She's really rude to me, but I
think deep down she cares about me.
- So, you're excited to go back home?
- Definitely.
Mm-H IN.
I miss my mom, my little lady.
But I'm a little
scared to go home.
- Really?
- I don't know, this is the best I've ever been.
It's the longest I've been
sober. That's for sure.
But being here with you-
I don't know. Do you ever wish
you could just pause time?
Just stay in one moment for
a little while and just... just-
I don't know.
When I was in school I
wanted to go to prom so bad
but my parents were separated at the
time and my dad was being really strict
and wouldn't let me go.
But the cutest guy asked me to be
his date in front of the whole school.
- Yeah? What'd you do?
- Well, I couldn't say no.
So, I begged and begged
and finally he said okay.
And it took some convincing, but even
helped me buy a dress and everything.
Good man.
It was the most beautiful night
and I never wanted it to end,
but it did and the next day at school the boy
that asked me to prom wouldn't even talk to me.
'- What a jerk!
- I know!
life isn't prom.
Life is going to
school the next day.
Yeah, I guess so.
So, do you mind me asking
how it all started for you?
- What started?
- Your addiction.
- I mean, if it's too personal, you don't have to...
- No, that's fine.
I learned to talk about it
a lot in rehab, you know.
Mm-H IN.
Actually it's fine that you're
talking about high school
because that's where
it all started for me.
- Really?
- Yeah.
I know it doesn't seem like it but I was
quite the football player back in the day.
- Were you?
- I was.
- Shocking!
- Whatever.
I was 16 and there
was a big game.
I was running down the sideline
and I got hit hard, seeing stars.
The next day, my back was hurting
so bad I couldn't even go to school.
Went to the doctor and not
really much they can do.
So, they handed me a couple of
bottles of pills, some Vicodin, some Oxy.
At first, I just took
them when needed.
There was just one time my
back was hurting pretty bad.
I took a couple of extra
and I felt amazing.
Not a care in the world,
no stress, no anxiety.
It's like you're floating.
Not too long after that I found
myself trying to get hurt in games.
Hitting people as hard
as I possibly could.
Of course, the coach loved it and
everyone thought I was this great player,
but I was just
trying to get injured.
I just wanted to get more pills.
- And they would just give you more?
- Every time.
Every time.
That was ten years ago.
Those little pills stole
ten years of my life.
What made you wanna stop?
I lost custody a while back.
I haven't seen her in...
I haven't seen her
in a long time.
But I'd do anything
for that little girl.
Well, then she's
lucky to have you.
I don't know about that, but
I know I'm lucky to have her.
She makes me want to be better.
You make me want
to be better, too.
- How'd you sleep?
- Good.
- Yeah?
- Yeah, how'd you sleep?
I slept great.
How's the caramels?
- So good.
- So good.
Yeah, so good.
- Are you ticklish? Are you ticklish there?
- Right there, yeah.
Who isn't? Do
you want your Runyon?
- What's a Runyon?
- Means like a popular place to go hike.
Oh, hiking. Okay.
Isn't it funny, how in life,
you can go like your whole life without ever
talking to someone and then you meet them
and you can't imagine your life going
on without talking to them anymore?
It'd be weird like if I never
talked to you again from this point on.
- Oh my God! Who is this guy?
- It was terrible.
Seems like a horrible friend.
It was so bad, I thought
I was going to die.
Hey give me your key.
- Why?
- Just give it to me.
Hey, look just give me
my key. Come on, let's go.
All right.
- Hello.
- You're so pretty.
You are so pretty.
Okay, enough.
I just found out we're
not getting married
- Oh, man.
- It kind of is breaking my heart.
At least it's been documented.
- It's a good thing.
- Not now.
Okay '
All right, I'm actually full.
I don't need to eat that.
- Do you wanna get a milkshake though?
- What?
- You want to get a milkshake?
- Yeah.
- Will you split it with me?
- I don't want milkshake.
- I'll watch you...
- No.
Have your milkshake.
Okay, fine.
Here we are, in Hollywood,
In case you don't know, this is the very
site that they shot Pretty Woman right here.
- What? Is it actually?
- No.
- Wow.
- She looked out that window.
- Yeah, folks, it's the truth.
- And she said, big mistake.
- Huge.
- Huge.
Come with me.
I'll show you more.
- Ow! I really twisted my ankle.
- Really? Can we watch that? We got to watch this, hold on.
Guys, blow. Give me a spare.
Oh, Marilyn!
I love you, Bob.
Oh, okay.
So much.
Come on.
I love you, man.
You know that Bob Hope,
he's like not American.
- Who is that?
- Wait. Repeat what you just said to me right now.
She just asked me
who Bob Hope is.
We got it on tape.
- Oh, shit!
- It is a problem.
Hey, 'Hey,
What are you doing out here?
I couldn't sleep.
How come?
I guess I'm just sad
I'm leaving tomorrow.
- You want a cigarette?
- No, you know I don't smoke.
There's only one left.
It's a lucky cigarette.
You never told me
what's your greatest fear.
Once when I was a kid,
I got mud on my favorite shoes.
It was a rainy day
and I was playing with my
brothers out in the woods.
It was those shoes that had all
those squares and lines on the bottom
and it would have taken
forever to get it all out.
So, I went and found
my little brother.
He was pretty young at the time.
I thought I could
convince him to do it.
I told him how he was good with sticks
and he had better focus than I did.
So, he agreed.
That kid sat there for over 40 minutes
picking out the mud out of my shoes.
Finally, he got tired of doing it and
he gave the shoes back to me, but he-
he got a lot of it out.
I'd always thought it was because I
was so good at convincing people of things
and that I could
manipulate situations.
But now that I look
back, I realize,
he's just a better
person than me.
I didn't convince him of anything. He just
felt bad and he wanted to help, you know?
There are powerful
people in this world.
But there's also just good ones.
People that want to just
help people, you know?
My biggest fear is that
I'm not one of them.
I think you are.
One of the good ones.
I'm not.
I'm not.
Yes, you are.
All right. I want to know
the things you like about me.
- Oh, my God!
- I do.
- Please tell me.
- No.
Please just tell me a few
things you like about me.
No, stop.
Okay, I'll tell you a few
things I like about you.
I love when I kiss you and you push
me away because you can't handle it.
I love when
I talk to people
and you get really flustered
because you have social anxiety.
That's so rude.
It's a problem, you literally
talk to everyone you see.
It's cute.
What's the third thing?
Why do I try
Burning my bridges
When I can never get
What my poor heart wishes
Oh, Lord 4'
Oh, Lord 4'
I must confess that
At times I do worry
I feel like I'm headed
To the grave in a hurry
Oh, Lord 4'
Oh, Lord 4'
Every time
I try to love, I fail
Yet you place your
Heart in my hands
Knowing very well
That I'll let you
Down, every time
Oh, I will let you down
Time after time
- So, you're gonna miss me?
- Maybe a little.
Oh, you got to remind me,
you need to give me your address.
I'm gonna send you something.
- You don't need to send me anything.
- I want to.
You're gonna like it.
Look, we should
discuss some things.
Okay. Like what?
- Like what this is?
- What do you mean?
Well, you are going home so
some things are gonna change.
What has to change? I still
want you to be in my life.
And I want that, too, but I think
we need to be honest with ourselves.
I mean, you're gonna be a
million miles away, you have a kid.
This was really fun, but
maybe it's all it should be.
You really wait until the last
minute to tell me that, huh?
- Just throwing it away.
- What?
You are.
I just think it'll be easier for the both
of us if we don't talk when you go home.
- But why are you so afraid to commit?
- Commit to what?
To anything.
- What does that mean?
- Look, I like you.
I think we're good together
and I think I want to try.
- Okay, so you're gonna move here?
- I don't know.
What about your daughter? We
live completely different lives.
- How would that even work?
- I don't know Sam, but that's okay.
It's okay to not know sometimes,
- but you quit before you even try.
- You don't know me.
You don't.
Get out of the car.
Get out of the car and hug me.
Come here.
You're amazing.
Maybe you think you're not
worth it or something, but you are.
You're worth trying.
Maybe you don't want to
with me and that's okay.
I'm gonna get over it.
But give somebody a chance.
I feel so lucky to have
these last few days with you.
He told me he loved me.
He did?
Do you love him?
I think. I don't know.
I just wish he was staying.
I get that.
That must be hard.
I told him we shouldn't
talk anymore.
- Why?
- I just feel like it'll be easier.
I feel so connected to him. It'll just be so
hard talking every day and him being so far.
He has a kid, a
whole life there.
Yeah that makes sense.
I'm sorry, babe.
- Is there anything I can do?
- No, I'm fine.
Seems like yesterday
I first saw your face
Days flew by
I promise I won't forget you
I promise I won't forget you
No, never
You were one
Of the good ones
But they say good
Things go, love...
- Have you talked to JJ?
- No.
Well, maybe you should.
Maybe he thinks you
don't want to talk to him.
Hi, JJ.
It's Sam.
Um, I just wanted
to see if you got in.
Okay, and if you
got to see Lexi.
So, yeah. Just
give me a call back.
Okay, yeah. Call me. Bye.
Waiting for the time to pass
I promise I won't forget you
I promise...
Put a roll to the dice Take a
fat chance On a whole another life
I'm a whole another guy
In the class...
- Where you from?
- I'm from Miami.
Miami? Wow, you don't
seem like a Miami girl.
Well, what kind of
girl do I seem like?
- That's a loaded question, right? Yeah.
- Yeah.
- I take that as a compliment.
- It is.
Okay, cool.
- There's really no way...
- No, but I want to hear it now.
- That's yeah...
- You're not gonna... you're not going to give it to me?
Maybe second date.
- Is this a date? This is...
- This is not a date.
- It's fine. That was fine.
- We're in a hallway.
There's people around.
We're in a hallway.
- You're right.
- Yeah.
I'm bad at this.
- Sorry.
- No, you're doing so good.
You are.
- You are.
- You're very generous.
It's true.
What are you doing in I.A.?
I don't know.
Same thing everyone's doing.
You know that
You want to love me
Show me everything
That you got, baby
Just tell me that
You really need it
- I'll be your daddy...
- Feeling kind of low.
Want another?
What else you got?
You wanna do some blow?
- Seriously?
- Oh my God!
It's fine. It's fine.
Sam, open the door!
- Seriously?
- Oh my God! Okay, hold on.
- What?
- What are you doing?
- Nothing, nothing.
- This isn't you.
- What isn't me? What?
- Come on.
- Chill.
- You get away from her.
- You don't even know her.
- Okay, okay, okay, Megan. Stop.
Is this about him?
JJ? No. That was just for fun.
I don't even care about him.
I don't.
Why won't he text me back?
He's just like every other guy.
He got what he wanted now he's
over him... just over this shit.
Sam, that's not
what happened at all.
You're the one that told him
that you guys couldn't talk anymore.
What was he supposed to do? You said that
he had a kid and this whole other life.
And if you wanted to be a part of it, then you
should have said something in the first place.
But, first, you have to
be honest with yourself.
I'm trying, Okay?
No, you're not. You're
making a fool out of yourself.
You know, just go home.
Do you believe in true love?
Wow! That
escalated quickly.
Well, do you like that there's
only one person out there just for you?
He's just gonna
be here a few days.
We'll have some fun and then
he's gone, nothing serious.
Bye, over you.
She's really rude to me, but I
think deep down she cares about me.
I really do.
Yesterday, I found my
beloved JJ dead on the bathroom floor.
He had battled the disease of
addiction half of his young adult life.
I lost a son.
Lexi lost a father.
Gerald lost a brother.
Many lost a friend.
Rest in peace, my sweet JJ.
Did you go through my stuff?
Do you trust me?
[JJ] Can you give
me your address?
I'm gonna send you something.
You don't need
to send me anything.
I want to.
You're gonna like it.
Whoa, I just got
it on my camera.
- I took a really small bite.
- I caught a crime.
- Caught red-handed.
- I got it all on camera.
- You want more coffee, babe?
- I'm okay. Thank you.
What? Okay.
- Are you filming yourself?
- No, I mean I'm filming myself so
when I'm gone
you can watch this.
- Oh my God!
- And you can think I'm cute.
Just minutes on minutes on
minutes of you smiling at the camera.
- You're doing it again.
- Hey.
Hi, Sam.
When I'm back home you can watch this
when you miss me and you can be happy.
Aw, thanks, baby.
This taste's awful.
Aren't I cute?
Ain't that right
Or is it wrong
To want you all night long
Or is it too much
To ask baby, baby
Cus breakin' bread
Next to you
Feels like heaven, too
So, I'm gonna stay here
For a little while
Come on baby, I ain't rich
You already know
Any luck I can catch a roll
But I'll make you
Feel good inside
I'll take you
To the other side
I ain't rich
You already know
Any luck I can catch a roll
But I'll make you
Feel good inside
I'll take you
To the other side
I'll take you
To the other side, baby
I'll take you
To the other side, baby
Isn't it right
Just alright baby
We'll be fine
For the night baby, baby
Breakin' bread next to you
Feels like heaven too
So, I'm gonna stay here
For a little while
Come on baby, I ain't rich
You already know
Any luck I can catch a roll
But I'll make you
Feel good inside
I'll take you
To the other side
I ain't rich
You already know
Any luck I can catch a roll
But I'll make you
Feel good inside
I'll take you
To the other side
I'll take you
To the other side
I'll take you
To the other side
I'll take you
To the other side
I'll take you
To the other side
Isn't it right
Just alright, baby
We'll be fine
For the night baby, baby