Weekend Warriors (2021) Movie Script

- Speak Josie, speak.
- Smooth move, klutz.
- Loser!
- All right, class, settle down.
Come up here and
solve this problem
on the board for me.
- I'll see you after class.
- Ooooh!
- Hey, hey,
that's enough of that.
Go to the board and
solve the problem.
- Hey, word on the street is
Mickey is gonna bust you up
like he did that 10th
grader last week.
Whew, that was not pretty.
- Thanks.
You're not helping.
Maybe I can make it to
the car before he gets me.
- Yeah, maybe.
Dead man walking.
- Where do you think
you're going, geek?
Let's see if the little wussy
scout can knock me down now.
- Look, I didn't mean to
trip you, it was an accident.
- Accident huh?
I think it's time for
you to have an accident.
- Fight,
fight, fight, fight!
Fight, fight, fight!
- Didn't they teach you
self-defense in Boy Scouts?
Looks like the only thing
you know how to do is bleed!
- Hey, hey, are you okay?
- Yeah.
- Here.
You're bleeding.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
- Now we're both
gonna be in trouble.
- What are they
gonna do? Suspend me?
Lets see, that means
I get to stay home,
sleep late, uh, and swim
in the pool all day.
- Why did you help me?
- Because your nose
was taking a pounding
and I sort of like your nose.
- What happened to you?
- I don't wanna talk about it.
- It looks like somebody
got into a fight.
My Sunday school
teacher says you should
always turn the other cheek
and you should never fight.
- Yeah, thanks.
I'll remember that.
- Are you okay?
If you don't wanna tell me
about it, that's okay, okay?
You tell me when you're ready.
Are you asleep?
- No. I can't.
- Do you wanna tell
me what's wrong?
- Well, to start off, everyone
at school makes fun of me,
I got no friends,
nobody likes me,
and the saddest part is, I don't
even know if I like myself.
- Sweetheart, you are a
loving, caring, wonderful boy.
Why would you say such a thing?
- I don't know mom,
maybe it's this place.
- Well what do you mean?
- Remember when Dad took
us up to the mountains
and Grandma and Grandpa's?
- Yeah.
- That was one of the
best weekends of my life.
I just think spending some
time away from this place
would be good for all of us.
And plus, I miss Uncle Joey.
- Yeah, well Uncle Joey
has his own life now
and I can't miss any work.
- Well, he said he'd come and
get us whenever we wanted.
- I just don't know.
- Please, mom.
- You really want
this, don't you?
- Not only do I want
this, I need it.
- Okay.
Let me think about it and
we'll talk in the morning.
I love you.
- I love you too, Mom.
- Okay.
- Oh excuse me.
I'll be right back.
- Hey, Joey?
It's Peggy.
- Sis, hey. How are
you and the kids doing?
- Good.
Um, sorry to call so late.
Are you already in bed?
- Uh, not yet.
- Are Mom and Dad there?
- Mom and Dad, they went
out of town for the weekend
to go see Aunt Judy
up in the hospital.
They'll be back
tomorrow, though.
Do you want me to
tell them to call you?
- No, I just need to
ask them a question.
- Is there anything
I can help you with?
- I think the kids wanna
come out for the weekend.
- Cool.
- I just don't wanna
interrupt anything.
I wanted to make
sure it was okay.
- Sis, you're never
interrupting anything.
You guys know you are
welcomed here, okay?
So when are you coming?
- Oh, that's just it.
I have to work, so I
was hoping that maybe
you and Dad could pick up
the kids for the weekend?
- I will come up and personally
pick the kids up
tomorrow morning.
- Really? Are you
sure it's no trouble?
- Of course. Who's
their favorite uncle?
- You are.
- All right, then I'll
be there to see you.
Tomorrow morning.
- Joey, the kids are
gonna be so happy.
Thank you.
- Get up! Get up!
- No, go away!
- You better wake up
or you're gonna miss
your trip to the mountains.
- What?
You're not joking, are you?
Yes, yes, yes!
Yes, yes!
- But you need to hurry
up because your Uncle Joey
is on his way, so you
need to start packing.
- Yes!
- Let's go.
- Oh, boy, are you ready?
- Yup.
- Oh my god.
- Hey!
- Hey!
- Hey!
- Woo, wow, you
should grow more.
- Yeah.
- Good to see you. Hi, sis.
- Thank you for
coming to get them.
- Oh you're so welcome.
We're gonna have a great
weekend, aren't we?
- Hi.
- Give me a hug.
- They need a good weekend away.
- Well, they're gonna have it.
Here let's hug it out, buddy.
All right, now
give me your stuff.
Let's get loaded up.
- Okay.
- I call shotgun.
- Call me when you get there.
- Yeah, yeah, I know.
- Take good care of your sister.
- Yes, I know.
- Okay.
Oh you need help?
- Yep.
- I got you.
- Can you hop in?
- Okay, watch your phone.
- Okay.
- Okay.
You take care of my babies.
- I sure will.
- Buckle up.
- All right, kids buckle up.
Buckle up.
- Put you seatbelt on.
- I know, Mom.
- Be good, now.
- So how's school?
- I like school.
- What
about you, Scottie?
- He doesn't like school
because he doesn't
have any friends.
- What? I have friends.
- Who?
- Victor and Tommy Adkins.
- Victor is a huge
nerd and Tommy Adkins?
Yuck, he's the
smelliest boy in school.
He smells like pickles.
I'm not kidding.
- Kids in school picking on you?
- The only time they talk
to me is to pick on me.
- What do you do about that?
- I don't do anything.
- Well, you have to
stand up for yourself.
- What do you mean? Like fight?
- If you have to.
What do you do for fun
when you're not in school?
- He doesn't do anything.
He just sits in his room
all day and picks his nose.
- Is that true?
- Yeah.
- You know, tomorrow's
not promised buddy.
You gotta have fun,
you gotta get out there
and live a little bit.
- Uncle Joey, can I
ask you a question?
- Sure.
- Aren't you a little old
to be living at home
with your parents?
- Oh well you know, I tried
that whole move out of the house
and get a job thing
and it really stunk.
So whatever you
do, don't do that
and always stay at home.
Never leave home.
- I ain't gonna lie,
I thought about it.
Just the other day,
I was on my bike
and I thought to myself
I could pedal across
the United States
if I wanted to.
You know, just go.
Hit the open road.
I can see me now, the
wind blowing in my hair.
It would be a wild trip.
- I don't know kid, that
sounds a little dangerous.
- Uncle Joey, I'm dangerous.
- Hey, I've got a
question for you guys.
Do you wanna go
camping this weekend?
- Yeah!
- A group of friends and
I we go camping a lot
and we play war games.
- What's war games?
- War games is like,
it's all about strategy
and survival, you know?
We pick a spot way out
in the middle of nowhere
and we put this yellow
flag and the first person
or team to get to
that yellow flag wins.
- Okay, it sounds easy.
- Yeah, but the hard part
is getting to that flag
without getting shot or killed.
- Killed?
- Well, we don't
really get killed.
We do it with paint ball guns.
You know, they look like real
guns but it's just paint.
- So no one gets hurt?
- Well I mean, it
hurts if you get hit
but it only stings for a minute.
And it's so much fun.
What do you say?
- I'm in.
- Me, too.
- All right, great.
Hey you know what, though?
I need you to do
something for me.
- What?
- Hey, Scottie.
Get out of the car and
come talk man-to-man
with me for a second.
Hey listen, I need you to call
your mom for me, all right?
I need you to tell her we're at
Grandma and Grandpa's house and
if she asks to talk to them,
you gotta tell her
that they're in town
doing some stuff, okay?
- Why? Why do I have to do this?
- It's the only way.
- Why...
Why do I have to lie?
- Because your mom will
kill me if I take you away
to the woods for
the weekend, man.
Come on, hey, in the Boy Scouts
there's a code of honor, right?
So my friends and I have
a code of honor, too.
I'm not really supposed
to tell anybody
what we do on the weekends.
But, from the sounds of it,
you could use some adventure
more than anyone I've
ever seen in my life, man.
Come on, you're 14-years-old,
you're a man now.
It's time to use some of
those Boy Scout skills.
And what better place do
do it than out in the woods
where survival is everything?
So what do you say?
Are we gonna do this?
- I don't know.
- Look, I'll make
this easy on you.
The road to the left there,
that goes to Grandma
and Grandpa's house.
The road to the right, it goes
way up in to the mountains
where eventually the
war games will start.
So you just point the way.
All right, call your mom.
Let me talk to her.
- Hello?
- Hey, sis.
- Joey?
- Yeah, yeah.
Hey, I wanted to just
call you and let you know
everything's doing great.
- Are you already there?
- Yeah, yeah.
I mean, there wasn't a lot of
traffic so we made good time.
- How are the kids?
- Oh, they're doing great,
they're doing great.
Hey listen, Scottie wants
to talk to you for a sec.
- Hi, Mom.
- Hi sweetheart, how
are you and your sister doing?
- Yeah, we're fine, we're fine.
- Okay good.
Now listen, if your grandparents
need help around the house,
you give them a hand, okay?
And don't forget
to brush your teeth
and wash up before you eat.
- Yeah, yeah, Mom, I got it.
- I love you.
- Yeah, I gotta go.
- Wait, let me talk
to your grandparents.
- They're not here right now.
They went to the store
to get some things.
- Okay, well, let
me talk to Uncle Joey.
- Hey.
- Are you sure it's no trouble?
- Oh, come on, it's
no problem at all.
We're gonna have the
greatest weekend ever.
- Okay.
- Bye.
Good job.
- Hey Chief.
- Yeah.
- I mean, would it kill
him to smile and say hello?
- Well, hey, he's had
it a little rough.
How about cutting him
a little slack, buddy?
- We could get
the boys and some beer?
- Boys, beer.
- Yes.
We're about to go.
Let's go somewhere soon.
Wanna go fishing in-
- Ladies.
You know you can't park here.
- We're gonna move
sooner or later.
- Well then do it.
- Don't get your panties
in a wad, chief.
- I heard that.
- All right kids.
These two guys right here,
these are the McKinley brothers.
This is Mike and Travis.
- Howdy.
- Hey.
- This big guy over
here, that's Kimble.
- Call me Bull.
- Bull here used to be a
professional football player.
From what I hear, he was the
hardest hittin' linebacker
in the business.
- And that ain't no bull.
- This is Edward here.
- Good to make
your acquaintance.
- And this
right here is Lisa.
- Hi, good to meet you.
Hello, aren't you just adorable?
- Right back at ya.
- Lisa!
Get over here.
- You guys, uh, wait right here.
What's with the crossbow?
- Gotta eat, don't ya?
- Don't look at me like that.
Are you kidding me?
- Look, I know we've
got rules, man.
- No, no, no.
You look, okay.
You know how important
these war games are to us.
All of us. I need this.
- Yeah, I know.
Look, they won't get in the way.
You won't even know
that they're here.
- Yeah, I better
not. For your sake.
- You got my word.
- Woo!
Let's get this party started.
- Give me your bag.
- Hey, excuse me, stewardess.
I'll be carrying my
suitcase on board with me.
- We don't have room
for you and your beer.
- That's fine.
I'll just ride with
the kids and Joey.
- Officer
Shoreman, come in.
- Go for Shoreman.
- What's your 20?
- Hi Betsy.
I'm out here on Mount Holly
Road looking for trouble.
- Well, speaking of trouble,
Chief Baumgardner
is lookin' for you.
- Now is he?
How about telling
him I'm a little bit
indisposed at the moment?
- I'll tell him but he
ain't gonna like it.
- Now, now Betsy,
you know he has a lot
of trouble with his feelings
and he's nothing at all like me.
- Well you could say that again.
You've been showing
your feelings
to every woman in town.
- What can I say?
Women love the uniform.
- What's up?
- Get him.
Get him!
- Don't you think it's
time for you to retire?
- Retire?
They're gonna have
to pry my radar gun
out of my cold, dead
hands before that happens.
I have way too much
fun with this job.
Speaking of fun,
I gotta go, Betsy.
I got one flyin'.
Driver, pull over to
the side of the road.
- Uh oh, no, no, no.
No, you gotta be kiddin' me.
Not right now.
- Oh no.
- Come on, man.
- You need to pull over now.
- I ain't goin' back
to prison for nobody.
- That's right.
- That's right.
- What are you talking about?
- I ain't goin' back
to prison for nobody.
That violates my
parol, don't you think?
And besides, nothing
good came out of prison
except meetin' you guys, man.
- Hey, whatever you
do, brother, I'm with you.
Don't even worry about it.
- You need to pull over!
- Would you shut up?
Just shut up!
And relax.
Everybody be cool, be cool.
He dropped off, he
dropped, he dropped off.
We're good, we're good.
We're good.
- All right.
- Let's roll, man.
- Sweetheart, you know
I love you, right?
Huh? Get over here.
But don't you ever tell
me what to do again,
you understand me?
I run this ship!
I run it!
- Dispatch, come in.
- Go for dispatch.
- Oh, hi Betsy.
Hey, can you get George
to meet me out here
on the far end of
Mount Holly Road?
- Donnie, don't tell me
you ran out of gas again.
- Yep.
- What happened to the
blue lights back there?
- Nothing to worry about.
Call it divine intervention.
Nobody's gonna mess
up our weekend!
- All right, here we go.
- Where's my girl?
I know you miss me.
- All right, all right.
There's my sweetheart.
- Cool.
- Look at her.
All right, Mike.
- Yep?
- Bull.
- Got 'em, coach.
- Joey.
- I got no service.
- Me, either.
- Oh, no you guys won't
get any reception out here.
- Well it's a good
thing I downloaded
most of my music, so I'm good.
- Hey Scottie,
you ride with Sebastian.
Jamie, you're with me.
- Hold on tight.
It's gonna be a wild ride.
- You're gonna treat us
real good right there.
- We're gonna be ridin'
or we're gonna be dyin'.
- All right. Get
up here all snug.
She may not be the fastest,
but she's the safest.
- Yeah!
Can't back out
'Cause I'm two feet in
Eye on the ground
Water risin' higher
Not a root to bring
Ain't goin' under
Now you can't take me
I am the warrior
You are the warrior
We are the warriors
And we're about to win
- All right, listen
up! Listen up!
Shut up, everybody shut up.
Gather around, all right?
This is how it works:
the goal is to capture
the yellow flag as always.
But this time it's
gonna be a lot harder.
- Whoa, what do you mean harder?
Are you trying to make it harder
because you're
tired of me winning
or are you just tired of losing?
- Oh, brother, you sound
overconfident, beast.
What's up?
- No, no, no.
I just didn't come
all the way out here
to Redneckville to lose.
Losin' ain't in my playbook.
- No you came out here
for the same reason
all of us came out here for.
- Yeah, and what's that?
- We like to hunt.
So that just means
we love to kill
and there's no greater
thrill than hunting humans.
Of course we can't
actually kill people,
but if you take a hit from
one of these paint guns,
you're gonna wish you were dead.
- I've seen
paintball wars on TV.
Doesn't look like
it hurts that bad.
- Yeah, well, a
normal paintball kit
might feel like a bad bee sting,
but these bad boys right here?
You get tagged with one of these
and it's gonna feel like you
were hit with a sledgehammer.
Four years of college
didn't teach me much,
but what it did
teach me was to apply
what I have learned
to what interests me.
I like to inflict pain.
So I decided to take one of
these little CO2 cartridges
and increase its
power by just a bit.
I mean, to truly appreciate
it, you gotta see it.
Hey Travis, start running.
- What?
- I said start running.
- Yeah.
Go get 'em, right?
Go get 'em, yeah.
- Come on, man.
- Yeah.
- Come on.
- That's what's up!
Will you stand down?
Stand down.
- Come on!
Come on, hot shot,
let's go! Come on!
Come on, big boy!
Come on!
Let's see, you purty, but
can you get a purty shot?
Let's give it to me!
Hit me!
- Hey, Travis?
Come on, wake up.
Wake up.
Wake up.
How'd that feel?
- Um, it felt like I
got my butt kicked.
- That was awesome.
- All right, all
right, is he all right?
Good, good, good.
All right, back to what's
gonna happen tomorrow.
To capture the yellow flag,
not only do we have to
eliminate each other
but there's another
team: a 10 man team
made up of some of the
best from around the world,
and they've already set up
their camp around the perimeter.
They'll be wearing red armbands.
They are professionals.
They've never lost.
But they haven't faced us.
After we eliminate the Red
Team, then you're on your own.
- I wouldn't have
it any other way.
- That's what's up, baby.
All right.
All right, let's go set up camp.
We'll go check out the
rest of the terrain.
- Magazine is good,
but they are no good.
Worthy adversary...
- Who's that?
- That?
That's Sominski.
- He's their best.
- Look.
It is Weekend Warriors.
- Hey, Uncle Joey?
- Yeah?
- Yeah, I don't think
Wesley likes us very much.
- Likes us? He hates us.
- Well, Wesley lost
his whole family
when he was real young.
He's been on his own ever since.
You know, but don't mistake
that tough exterior.
His IQ's off the charts,
just like his temper.
- He doesn't have a family?
- These guys are his family now.
- All right,
come on, let's get this.
- Them?
- Hey, give me that
hatchet, numb nuts.
- All right.
Hatchet up something,
huh, tough boy?
- Well, I mean, what
about Sebastian?
- Well, Sebastian and I,
we're the new guys here.
We don't really quite
fit in yet, but,
you know, it's not
really about fitting in.
It's about winning.
- Let's get in here.
I'm gonna take care
of right now, brother.
- Let's see.
- Come on, buddy.
- Come on!
- What's wrong with them?
- That's the McKinley Brothers.
They're about as
country as it gets.
- Come on, come on!
Let's go, let's go!
- But you've never seen
brothers closer than these guys.
And they're both crazy.
Act like 10-year-olds,
but you know,
if I was gonna go to war,
I'd take them with
me every time.
- Them?
- Travis is real
good with blending
into the woods there.
Usually by the time you
see him, it's too late.
And Mike? They call
him the sniper.
He's the best shot in the state.
And Edward back over there,
he's a real smart guy,
but I think he lacks what
it takes to be a leader,
you know, he looks up to Wesley.
Think that's why he follows
him around like a puppy.
And Bull there, after the NFL,
got himself into some trouble
and ended up in prison
but that's where
he met Wesley and
the brothers there.
Here we are.
- So, we're uh, we're pretty
deep in the forest, right?
- Yeah.
- Are they any, like,
wild animals around here?
- Yeah.
Some wolves and coyotes
and mountain lions.
And I've heard that there's
occasionally a grizzly bear.
- Grizzly bear?
- Yeah, but it's highly unlikely
we're gonna come across one.
- Okay but like, what
happens if we do?
- Well, they're most
likely more scared of us
than we are of them.
- Yeah, I wouldn't bet on it.
- Well, if we were
to see a grizzly bear
and if one were
to try to attack,
then what you do is
you pretend to be dead,
because then they
get disinterested
and they leave you alone.
- See Scottie, even the
bear would be bored of you.
- Okay, hey, hey.
We're good.
She and I can take care
of the rest of this.
You know how to use
one of these right here
to start a fire?
- Oh yeah.
- All right. You're
in charge of the fire.
You keep that on you.
All right, you got all
your hooks latched?
- Yep.
- Yeah?
You got everything in there?
All right, yep, undo
that and we'll zip it up.
- Damn,
that's some strong 'shine.
- Yeah.
That's my grandpappy's recipe.
Run in our blood.
- Here's a gift
for you, princess.
Bottom's up.
Go on.
You all right, Edward?
- Uh, that tastes like,
um, uh, Fireball candy.
- Speaking of candy, I got some.
Anybody want some candy?
- I'll take some.
- Hey Wesley?
Do you remember that
time we was in the yard
and Big Ray come after me?
- I was there.
- Yeah, what happened?
- Well...
Wesley cut off on Big Ray before
he could get to my brother
and he put a beat on
him like I've never seen
a man get beat.
- I thought he was dead.
- He lived.
But he never bothered
me or any of us again.
That's just what one
time Wesley saved us.
- I think I can speak
for all of us when I say
we'd do anything for
that man right there.
- Yeah, I will drink to that.
- Nice, Uncle Joey.
Those are some great
role models for us.
- They've all paid
their debt to society.
Everybody makes
mistakes, all right?
- It's time.
- Kids, I think
it is time to get
everything into the
tent and go to sleep.
- Why?
What's happening.
- Don't worry about it.
It's just a part of
the initiation for us,
uh, so just, I think
it's time to go to bed.
Let's go.
- Let's do it.
Come on.
Come on, get up.
- Oh guys, come on.
Come on now, not
tonight. I'm too tired.
Guys, come on.
- Let's just go to bed.
- Mike, come on.
- Bring it on, come on.
- Set him down.
This brand is a symbol
of our brotherhood.
Are you willing to
sacrifice your burning flesh
to become part of our family?
- Wesley.
Let me go.
Let me go.
- Let him go.
- All right.
- That's it.
- Let's just get it over with.
- That's what I'm talkin' about.
That's what I'm talkin' about.
- Give me a sip.
All right.
- May we be heroes in this life
and great warriors in death.
- All right, just do it.
- Do it!
- Come on.
- Do it!
- Come on.
- Do it.
- Do it!
Yeah, get him, get him.
- You'll never be alone.
- That's it.
- We're your family
now, you understand?
- That's right.
That's right.
- Look at me.
Now you're a man, do
you understand me?
You're one of us!
That's it, that's it.
Have some of that.
That's real 'shine right there.
- I gotta go pee.
- Yeah?
I'ma turn in.
- Okay.
- You know I love you, right?
- I love you too, Wesley.
- Lisa.
What happened to you?
- What are you talking about?
- There are marks
all over your back
and I know they're not from me.
Who did this?
Are you cheating on me?
- No.
- Who did this to you?
- I, I was walking
back from the woods.
Who's there?
And, and then he just
came out of nowhere.
- What?
- I asked him to stop,
but he was so strong.
- What are you talking about?
- I did everything I could.
- Who did this to you?
- Joey.
- All right, so...
Here's your map.
I know you're gonna win.
- Yeah?
- All right? I'm
rootin' for you.
- Where's Joey at?
- Um...
Well Joey, Sebastian,
and the kids,
I think they left about
a half an hour ago?
- Yeah?
- Everything cool?
- So the Red Team's perimeter
is here, and we are here.
- The yellow flag is
just over the ridge here.
- Okay.
All right.
Okay, great, okay.
You kids, go wait on that
ridge right over there.
You should be able to see
all the action from
there, all right?
- Cool.
- All right.
- Hey.
Can I borrow that?
- Okay, but, promise
you won't break it?
- I promise.
- I got a great
collection of music,
some I even think you'll like.
- Sweet.
- Hey Sebastian?
Good luck.
- You're the one
that's gonna need it.
- Look, it's the flag.
- It means I won.
- No it doesn't.
All right, top of
the hill's up here.
- All right. I see you.
- Hello, Edward.
I'll see you soon.
- I see you, Blue!
I see you!
- So your team's
undefeated, huh?
Not anymore.
- Hey.
Says in the Paintball
Wars handbook,
no physical contact
with the opponent.
- Oh does it now?
- Yeah.
Chapter two, page eight.
- Chapter two, page eight?
I must've skipped that page.
- Do we have anyone left
out on the field at all?
- Only one, sir.
- Sominski.
He's the best.
They won't ever catch him.
- I just say get
him on the radio.
Sominski, this is
team leader, copy.
This is team
leader. Do you copy?
Sominiski, this is team
leader, do you copy?
- Red Team leader,
this is Sominski. Over.
- Has your position
been compromised at all?
- Negative Red Team leader.
I have target in sight.
- Watch out for those rednecks.
They're bloody good.
- Don't worry.
They never find me.
- Hello.
- Who is this?
- Yeah, this is the
I just wanted to
call and inform you
that we have captured
your last soldier.
Thank you for playin'.
You can go home now.
- Wow, look.
- Oh-ho, cool.
Uncle Joey told me about this.
- What does it mean?
- It means that they've
beaten the Red Team now
and they're on their
own to fight each other.
We should be able to see
everything from here.
- Cool.
- It's you and me.
- We're
the last two left.
- Yes!
- Yeah.
- Yes!
- You're so dead.
- No, you're dead.
- What happened?
- Justice.
- What are you talkin' about?
- He forced himself
on Lisa, man.
He got what he deserved.
- He's dead.
- I didn't like him anyway.
- Hm.
So what do we do now?
- We can say it was an accident.
- An accident?
I'll be back in jail so fast
it'll make your head swim
and I'm definitely
not going back there.
- Then what?
- Nobody knows we're
out here but us,
so we'll just bury the body
where nobody can find it.
- What about those two brats?
- Oh, we'll have to
get rid of them, too.
- What?
You've gotta think this through.
This is not a good idea.
- I ain't killin' no
innocent kids. No way.
- Where's your loyalty, man?
- With you.
I mean with us.
- Right answer.
- Yeah, yeah, let's
go. Come on, come on.
Come on, let's go.
Come on.
- They've seen everything.
Get 'em!
- Which way?
- Come on.
Wait, wait, wait.
- Get 'em!
- You hear that?
They're close, we have
to hide, we have to hide.
Let's go, come on.
Come on.
- I got you now.
- You all right?
- Yeah.
- You okay?
All right, come on, we gotta go.
- Hey Mike!
- Yeah?
Did you get 'em?
- You better get
over here, brother.
- No, no.
Wake up.
Wake up.
Wake up.
No, brother, wake up.
Wake up, buddy.
- Innocent kids, huh?
- I'm gonna kill those kids.
- Wake up, brother.
Wake up.
He's not dead.
No, no.
- We need to get warm.
I'm gonna grab some fire wood.
- Okay, hurry. Please.
Happy birthday to you
- Go on, make a wish.
- Yay.
- All right.
- A survival knife?
- Yeah, I had one
when I was a kid.
Not only is it super cool,
it's incredibly handy.
- Thanks, Dad.
- You're welcome.
- All right already,
now let's have some cake.
- This is for you, brother.
- I love you, brother.
- You know what we need to do.
We pledge vengeance.
- I'm gonna kill those
murderin' kids for my brother.
- That's right.
Prepare yourselves tonight.
We leave at sun up.
- Wesley.
Do you honestly think we're
gonna be able to find them?
I mean, there's like a
million places they can hide.
- Yeah, we'll find 'em.
We might not find 'em alive.
With these temperatures
and the wildlife,
they'll be lucky to make
it through the night.
- Hey.
What about Joey's body?
- Edward, get over here.
Get over here!
- What's up?
- You and Edward
go bury the body
where nobody can find it.
Let's go.
- You need to sleep.
- I can't. I'm scared.
- I am, too.
We're gonna be okay.
Pray with me.
We need all the help we can get.
Dear Lord, please help Jamie
and I to make it home safe.
And please help our mom.
She's probably worried
to death by now.
I know Uncle Joey is up
there with you and Dad now.
And tell him we don't blame
him for what happened,
and that we miss him.
Although we're scared,
our dad taught us
in times of darkness
that we recite
the Lord's Prayer.
Thanks, Dad.
So here it goes.
- Our Father,
who art in Heaven,
hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come,
thy will be done
on earth as it is in Heaven.
Give us this day
our daily bread...
- And forgive us our tres...
- Hey this is Joey.
You know what to do.
- Hey, Joey, it's Peggy.
Um, you're going
straight to voicemail
and Mom and Dad
aren't picking up.
Can you give me a call, please?
Just getting a little worried.
Thank you.
- What do we do now?
- Well, the best thing to do is
keep as much space between
us and Wesley as possible.
- Where'd you get that?
- Oh, I got it from
Uncle Joey's tent.
Good thing I did.
There should be a highway
right over the hill.
Let's go.
- They're close.
All right, let's go. Come on.
- So, according to the map,
the road should be
right down here.
- What highway? I
don't see a highway.
- God!
- This highway looks like it
hasn't been used in forever.
- It was on the map.
Maybe we'll just wait and
then we can get lucky.
- Or we can just stay
here and die of old age.
- All right, okay?
I just gotta think
of something else.
All right, uh...
What if we just follow the road.
And then we have to
run into somebody.
- Yeah, they call themselves
the Weekend Warriors.
That's a bad idea.
That's the first place
they'll look for us.
- Well, I mean, you are right.
The best thing we can
do is to stay together
and get off the road.
Let's go.
- Hey yo Wesley!
- What's up?
- Looks like they
gone into the river.
- They're trying to
cover their tracks.
Ain't no tellin' when
they'll come out.
- All right, look here.
We need to split up.
Sebastian, you go straight
and you keep to the right
and don't let 'em get by you.
Bull, you take the
terrain up there.
It's not that rough.
The water's gonna push 'em back.
It's gonna help us catch 'em.
- I'm on it!
- Me and Mike are
gonna take the river,
and you and Lisa,
you cross the creek
and you stay to the left,
and do not let them get by you.
Let's go.
- You know we can't
do this, right?
- Yeah, I know, just...
Look, we have to play
along or we're all dead.
- Sooner or later we're
gonna catch up to those kids,
and then what?
- I don't know, I don't know.
I'll think of somethin'.
- Follow
me, they're coming.
- Look. There they are.
- Wait, guys.
- We won't hurt you.
- Shoot 'em.
- Hey, hey kid, hey.
Hey, hey.
Hey, no.
Come on.
Come with us.
Don't worry about this.
That's nothing, all right?
Come on.
Just come with us and
you'll be safe, I promise.
Come on.
- Hey Scottie!
Say your prayers!
You gave me no choice.
- No, no!
Come on, hey, come on.
We can make it,
come on! Come on.
- They shot me.
- No, come on, we can make it.
- Run.
- Look what you made me do!
Get 'em.
- Hey, Chief?
You have three messages.
- Copper Bell?
Did they get my
special 'shine in?
- No.
- Oh.
Oh, no, don't tell
me, Mrs. Hollaway?
What's she want now?
- She said that
some kids snuck in
and stole some apples.
It was like a bushel of
apples from her orchard.
What do you want me to tell her?
- I don't know, Joyce.
Tell her, tell her
I don't have time
to be chasin' apple bandits.
I don't know.
Make up somethin'.
- Okay.
- No, no.
Joyce, she's just gonna
call back again, isn't she?
- Yeah.
- Oh, okay, tell her...
Tell her I'll be out
there tomorrow morning.
- I'm sure she will
love to hear that.
- And Joyce, have you seen
those Montgomery files anywhere?
Oh boy.
- Should probably slow
down on the 'shine, buddy.
- Copy that.
- Hey, can I help you?
- I need some help.
I need to speak with
a police officer.
- Oh, over here at the window.
They can help you.
- Thank you.
Excuse me?
Excuse me, I need some help.
- Okay,
give me a minute.
- Are you okay?
- Give you a minute?
My kids are missing.
- Hey, can you come over
here and help her right now?
- Okay, uh, what's this about?
- I just said my
kids are missing.
- I'm sorry, excuse me,
what's going on here?
- My two kids.
I don't know where they are.
I went by my parents' house,
there was nobody there,
I went by the neighbor's house.
They said the house has
been vacant for days.
- Chief,
you want me to take
the report on this one?
- No, I got it.
What are their names?
- Scottie and Jamie Kendall.
- What are their ages?
Can you tell me what
they were wearing?
- Scottie is 14 and Jamie's 10.
I think Scottie was wearing
green cargo pants and uh,
uh, a blue shirt
and a gray hoodie
and he had his black
baseball cap on.
Um, Jamie was wearing black
pants and a purple sweater.
- All right, got it.
Just calm down now.
Now when was the last
time you saw 'em?
- It's been two days
since Joey picked 'em up.
- Who's Joey?
- He's my brother.
- All right.
So Joey picked 'em up.
Can you describe the
vehicle he was driving?
- He's um, he's driving
a white Jeep with big tires.
- A white Jeep with big tires?
What's your name?
- Peggy Kendall.
I'm their mom.
- All right, well,
Peggy Kendall, come on.
Let's figure this out.
- Thank you.
- Excuse me, ma'am,
would you describe
that car again, please?
- Wow, look at it.
- Nice.
Come on.
Ha, looks like your room.
- Very funny.
- All right, let's look
around for stuff we can use.
Oh-oh, sweet, lima
beans and corn.
You know, I never thought I'd be
this excited about
lima beans and corn.
- Oh sleeping bag, I love you.
- What? What is it?
- It's in my leg.
- What is?
- Rat!
- Oh!
- Get it off, get it off!
- What, what?
What do you want me to do?
- Just kill it!
- I don't wanna kill it!
- Get it off!
- That's just a field mouse.
- Oh.
- Yeah, but that was gross.
Are you okay?
- Besides the fact that we're
being chased by murderers
and a rodent just tried to
use my pants as its new home?
I'm fine.
- So you're okay?
- Eh.
- I'll take that as a yes.
All right, I'll keep
looking for stuff.
I can take that.
- You bets-ta.
- Let's go back to the campsite.
I promise I'll make it worth it.
- No, we're gonna
rest here tonight
and then we're
gonna go back out.
It's gonna get
really cold tonight
and they're gonna
have to build a fire
if they wanna stay alive.
We find the fire,
we find the kids.
- I'm so tired and starving.
Can we stop and eat
and get some rest?
- Yeah.
The lid's sharp.
- Do you think
anyone will find us?
- Are you kidding me?
You know mom is worried
to death by now.
She probably has everybody
in the state looking for us.
- Yeah, but, no one
knows we're here but us.
She thinks we're at
Grandma and Grandpa's.
- We'll be fine.
- I'm so tired.
- Why don't you get some rest
while I go out and get
some firewood for tonight?
- Dad would've
been proud of you.
- Thanks.
- Jaime?
- Jaime!
Leave her alone!
- Scottie?
- If we were to
see a grizzly bear
and if one were
to try to attack,
then what you do is
you pretend to be dead,
'cause then they get
disinterested and
they leave you alone.
- Jaime, Jamie, Jamie, Jamie.
- Scottie!
I thought you were dead.
- Eh, it's just a
mean old grizzly bear.
Nothing I couldn't handle.
- Your arm.
- Yeah. He got me.
He got me pretty good.
- Here.
Lay down.
- Yeah.
Maybe just for a minute.
I'm gonna close my eyes.
- Scottie?
- What the?
Did you do all this?
- I cleaned you up.
You had blood all over you.
And let me tell you,
red is not your color.
Believe it or not, I was
also paying attention
when Dad was showing
you first aid.
And I watch tons
of survival shows.
I know what you're thinking,
how can I be so
beautiful and smart, too?
I don't know. I just am.
It's crazy, right?
- What's up with
the taking my shoes?
- I'll explain later.
The deeper we go into the woods,
the less likely we make
it out of here alive.
- Okay, so what do you suggest?
- We have to make it here.
- Okay, to make it there we
have to go by their camp site.
And when we get there
we have at least
10 miles to the road.
- I know that.
- So how are we gonna do that?
- We'll backtrack.
We'll walk along the bank of
the stream until we pass them.
- Okay.
Uh, let's suppose that works,
and we make it
back to their camp.
We still have at least
10 miles until the road.
- Once we get to camp
it should be empty
except for the tents
and four wheelers.
- How did you come
up with all this?
- I may be a kid,
but I am not stupid.
- Let's go.
Let's go, come on.
So, what happens when they find
where we camped last night?
You know they're
gonna track us here.
They always do.
- Big brother, as always,
you underestimate me.
And your arm bone
- Yo.
- What's up?
- They played us.
- What are
you talking about?
- We've been here already, man.
We're going in circles.
- Wesley, seriously
man, we can just let them go.
- Anybody here wanna back out,
let him or her say right now.
- They deserve
what's comin' to 'em
for killin' my brother.
- See, he wasn't
just your brother.
We're all brothers
and sisters here.
That's what this means.
And if you're not a
part of this family...
- Hey.
- Then you're a traitor.
- Listen, Bull.
- Mm-mm.
Mm-mm, mm-mm.
Now we can take care
of that right now.
- Mm-hm.
- Bull, Bull?
You guys are right.
Um, I'm sorry. I don't
know what I was thinkin'.
Just, I'm on board with
you guys, just relax, okay?
We'll find 'em. I'm on board.
You're right.
- They're goin' for
the four-wheelers.
- How do you know that?
- Because it's
their only chance.
- We need to find some
keys. Go in Wesley's tent.
Thank you, Uncle Joey.
I got the keys, let's go.
- Give me the keys.
- I can't let you do it.
I can't let you kill those kids.
- Give me the keys!
- No!
- Come on, go faster! Come on!
- You're dead.
- Jaime!
Just breathe.
Come on, breathe.
Breathe, just breathe. Come on.
Come on, stay with
me, breathe. Come on.
Come on.
Breathe. Come on.
- Bull, you good?
- I'm good, man.
Go get them kids, man!
- Let's go, let's go!
- Ah!
We're outta gas.
- Do you see them?
- No.
I think we lost 'em.
Come on, we gotta keep goin'.
Come on, come on.
All right, we gotta go. Come on.
- Anything?
- No, nothing yet.
- Come on, come on.
Come here, come here.
We gotta go, right here.
Okay, let's go.
- Stop.
I need to rest.
- Hey, hey, hey, it's all right.
Hey, hey, hey.
Hey, look at me.
Look at me.
It's gonna be all right.
All right?
All right, I'm gonna try
to take it out, all right?
- Please make the pain go away.
- All right, on three.
I can't get it out.
Come on, we gotta keep going.
Okay, let's go.
Come on.
Let's go, come on, come on.
- Which way?
I think they either
went over or around.
- I'm gonna go
up, you go around.
Move it!
Let's go!
- I got you now.
- Nowhere to go but up.
- Bring your arm
here up, come on.
You all right?
- Yeah.
I'm okay.
- Come on.
We can camp here for the night.
That'll give you enough time
to regain strength, all right?
- No, you have to go without me.
- No.
Mm-mm, I'm not leaving
you. It's not an option.
All right.
I'm gonna go get some firewood.
You're all right.
- I got you, I got you!
I got you.
I got you!
- Help, Scottie, help.
- Yeah, Scottie, help.
Help, Scottie.
Come out!
Come out, come out,
wherever you are!
I know you can hear me.
Are you listening?
This sweet little, young,
little innocent girl.
Yeah, Scottie.
She has her whole
life ahead of her.
What are you gonna do?
- Don't do it, Scottie. Run.
- I'll tell you what.
I'll tell you what, Scottie.
I'll spare her life for yours.
If you're not out on here
on the count of three,
well let's just say
sweet little Jaime
is gonna be joining Joey!
It's your choice!
- Don't do it, Scottie!
- Three!
- Wait!
No one else has to die.
- Oh, you're wrong about that.
Drop the gun.
I'll finish her right here.
You know I'll do it.
I got nothin' to lose, man.
- Don't do it, Scottie.
- Time is up.
- Okay, all right.
What do you want me to do?
- Toss me the gun.
Go over there to your brother.
I'm sorry it's
gotta end like this.
Just at the wrong place
at the wrong time.
- Joey never even touched me.
I was with Edward.
I love him, and now
you're never gonna
hurt anyone ever again.
- It's okay.
- Air base to one,
this is Chief Baumgardner.
I think we found them.
We're preparing to land.
- Oh my god.
- May have some injuries.
Have a couple of
ambulances on stand by.
Roger, out.
On the ground!
On the ground!
Do not move.
- Mom!
- Are you okay?
- I'm all right.
- You hurt?
What happened to your arm?
- Don't worry.
Jaime took care of me.
Besides, you wouldn't
believe me if I told you.
- Oh, Jaime.
- All right, very careful now.
Step down, that's it, good girl.
- Jaime.
Oh, baby.
- Mom.
- Are you okay?
Oh, god.
Is she gonna be okay?
- She's a tough one.
- Baby.
- Hey.
- Hey Chief.
- Hey Scottie,
how are you doing?
- I'm good.
Everything's finally
getting back to normal.
- Oh that's good news.
Good, good.
- Well what do we
owe the pleasure?
- Oh, I just happened
to be in your fine city
and I thought I'd
stop by, check in,
see how things are goin'.
How's Jaime?
- Well she's getting
on my last nerve,
but I wouldn't have
it any other way?
- Good.
Well, yeah...
I just wanted to
say spending time
with you and your sister
over the last couple of weeks
has been really good for me.
I uh...
In you kids I see my
grandkids and I lost them
a couple of years ago.
They're in heaven now,
and uh, I miss 'em.
So I was thinking
that, you know,
if it's all right
with all of you,
maybe I could every now
and then stop by, check in,
see how you're doin'?
- Scottie?
- Yeah.
That'd be cool. I'd like that.
- Me, too.
- Me three.
- Besides, you saved my kids.
- Oh, I didn't save 'em.
They saved themselves.
- Well, you brought
them home to me,
and for that, I'm
forever grateful.
You are always welcome.
- Oh, thank you.
- Thank you.
- Hey, let me get in on that.
- Oh absolutely.
Oh, boy.
Watch that arm.
You guys are the best.
- Where are you off to?
- Oh don't worry about me.
I'll be right back.
I have some unfinished
business to attend to.
- Oh.
- Chief.
- I got your back.
- Yeah, I got yours, too.
- Would you like to come in?
- Oh...
That'd be nice.
- Come on in.
- What's
your problem Amy?
- I don't have a
problem. You're mine.
- Well come
on, let's just go.
- I don't wanna
go on a ride with you.
- Whoa.
- Just get out of my way.
- Calm down.
- Stop.
My parents are waiting for me.
Mickey, can you move so
I can get into my house?
- Come on Amy, let's
take a ride on your bike.
- I don't wanna take a ride
on my bike, I wanna go home.
Just get out of my way.
- What is your problem?
- I don't want to-
- Hey, is there
a problem here?
- The only problem is you.
Beat if before I beat you.
Come on Amy, let's
just go to the park.
- I don't want to
go to the park.
I just wanna go inside.
I don't want you
to go in with me.
Can you just let me go by?
- Amy.
- Okay, just leave her alone.
- I warned ya.
- Scottie!
- Wait, wait.
- You've had this
the whole time?
- Yeah.
It may sound silly,
but it kept me alive.
- What are you doing
with that loser anyway?
- The only loser here is you.
- Hey.
- Hey, wait.
- That was awesome.
- So, can I join you?
- Yeah, come on.
Can't back out
'Cause I'm two feet in
Eye at the ground
Water risin' higher
Not a root to bring
Ain't goin' under
Now you can't take me
I am the warrior
You are the warrior
We are the warriors
And we're about to win
I won't bend
No, I won't break
Goin' to the end
Yeah, everything at stake
Another dead end
Oh, another road block
Gotta keep fightin'
I will survive this
I am the warrior
You the warrior
We are the warriors
And we'll fight to win
I have to try
No time to cry
Not gonna die
This ain't my time
Eyes to the sky
Spreading my wings wide
'Cause I'm about to fly
I'm gonna
I'm gonna fly
I'm gonna fly
Oh yeah
Oh yeah
I'm gonna