“Mr. Destiny” quotes(1990)
Plot – On the day of his thirty-fifth birthday, clerk Larry Burrows walks into a bar. Mike, the bartender, serves him an elixir called "spilled milk". Larry travels back in time to the day of his mistake during a baseball game. However, this time instead he hits a home, changing the course of his life. Too bad that Larry is not happy in this life either.
All actors – James Belushi, Linda Hamilton, Michael Caine, Jon Lovitz, Hart Bochner, Bill McCutcheon, Rene Russo, Jay O. Sanders, Maury Chaykin, Pat Corley, Douglas Seale, Courteney Cox, Doug Barron, Jeff Weiss, Tony Longo, Kathy Ireland, Andy Stahl, Bryan Buffington, Sari Caine, Martin Thompson, Michael Genevie, Osamu Sakabe, Howard Kingkade, Eddita Hill, Collin Bernsen, William Griffis, John Garver, Terry Loughlin, Adam C. Eichhorst, Jeffrey Pillars, Richie Devaney, Bruce Evers, Whit Edwards, Sky Berdahl, Raymond L. Anderson, Heather Lynch, James Douglas, Chris Stacy, Jesse J. Donnelly, Polli Magaro, Hamilton Perkinsshow all
“Mr. Destiny” Quotes 23 quotes
“You'll find a lot of people that don't like you, Larry.”
“Destiny's a pretty big concept, when you think about it. Where you are in life, how you got there, what would have happened if one thing or another had been different. To be honest, I never gave it much thought, myself, until today, June 14th, my 35th birthday, and without a doubt, the strangest day of my life. Do you remember the old story that...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Why is it when you do something terrific, nine times out of ten you're all alone, but when you screw up really big, the whole world is watching?”
“All morning I'd been thinking about what it would have been like if my life had turned out differently.”
When I played for the Bears, they used to call me "cement head". But you can call me Jackie.
“Why is it every time you have a mouthful of freeze-dried, your boss walks in on you?”
“Your destiny has been changed, Larry, by request, I might add. And you must take responsibility for the circumstances of your new life. They are, after all, of your own making.”
“- Ellen Burrows: Larry, if we had such a great life together, why'd you want it changed?
- Larry Burrows: I guess... I just didn't know what I had.”
“- Larry Burrows: Have you ever had any regrets, Clip? You know, about how your life is turned out, about the choices you made.
- Clip Metzler: Oh... no. I figured I didn't make out many choices. You know what my policy is? You do nothing, you see what happens. And you know what, things always are turning up fine.”
“Why is it every time your best friend's kissing you on the head, a beautiful woman comes along and catches you?”
“- Clip Metzler: You know what your problem is? Nothing's ever good enough for you. The way I see it, you've got the perfect life. You've got a wonderful home, a terrific wife, a good job, and the best friend money can buy. What else could a guy want?
- Larry Burrows: A little excitement would be nice.”
“- Larry Burrows: So, Mike, do you do this a lot, I mean, you know, change peoples' lives and stuff?
- Mike: I've been known to make a few adjustments now and again.”
“- Cindy Jo: I wish I'd known it was your birthday, I would have gotten you something.
- Larry Burrows: Well, Cindy Jo, you've already given me more than you could possibly know. Really.”