Midnight Run

You're aware of your behavior...
...and yet you continue to do things
that aren't good for you.

Sounds foolish to me. Don't you think?
lt was foolish.
But taking $15 million in mob money
and giving it to charity...

...was good for a lot of people.
You pissed off a Mafioso killer
to be loved by a bunch of fuckin' strangers.

That makes a lot of sense.
Don't you want to be loved?
Lots of people love me.
l got an ex-wife,
and l got a daughter in Chicago.

How do they put up with all your sarcasm?
Beautifully. l haven't seen either of them
in nine years.

Think maybe we should go see them?
No, l don't think maybe we should go
see them. Thanks for the interest, though.

The job must have been tough on them.
-l didn't do this then.
-What did you do?

-l was a cop.
-You were a cop in Chicago?

Then you must know
all about Jimmy Serrano.

Do you have the right
to ask these questions?

-l think l do.
-No, you don't.

-l think l do.
-No, you don't.

Why not?
Dinner 's over. Let's go.
l can see this is gonna be some fuckin' trip.
l wouldn't worry about it.
l won't be with you much longer.

What do you mean?
With what l know about Serrano,
if l go to jail l'll be dead within 24 hours.

So sooner or later,
l'm gonna have to give you the slip.

Glad you find it humorous.
-Let's go.
-$2? That's all you're gonna leave?

-That's 15 percent.
-That's 13 percent.

These people depend on tips for a living.