Rock School

to get yourself to be the best guitar
player, singer, whatever, that you can be.

God, Paul has been so influential
on my musical taste...

because before we
came into Rock School...

- we were listening to Bush and stuff.
- And 311.

Before, I was into, like, Korn
and Limp Bizkit, and crap like that.

He definitely has that
random thought thing going on...

when he teaches the kids,
but I think they like it.

It's a lovable quirk that
he's mentally disturbed.

He yells and screams.
And I know I don't react
very well to that type of teaching.

I gotta tell you, he scared me to death,
'cause he kept yellin' at people.

The bottom line is, you
can't argue with success.

He's able to bring out things in some of
these kids that, honestly, I don't see.

Yeah, his, definitely, his method is...
He tries to get on the kid's level.
Okay. This is a Vietnam picture
I'm workin' on.

It's about four buddies...
The narrator, Fatty,
Brooklyn, and the Kid.

Okay? They're basically running gumbo duty
up the Yang Kwai river, you know.

Sort of like Behind Enemy Lines,
that kind of thing.

And he plays a Vietnamese regular,
V.C., Vietcong, all that.

Who, we actually let go earlier in the movie
'cause we're a platoon with a heart.

But after we let him go, he actually
kills Fatty later in the picture, okay?

So, now, we've captured him again.
And okay.
You're playin' Brooklyn.

I'm the narrator, right?
We're askin' him where the guns are.

'Cause they're in the village somewhere,
but we can't find them.

Where are the guns?
Where are the guns?

Where are the fuckin' guns?
- Where are the guns? Where are the guns?
- He doesn't understand you!

He doesn't understand me?
You understand me, don't you?

You understood how to kill Fatty!
You understood that, didn't you?

Thank you.
I need more coffee.