“Open Range” quotes(2003)
Plot – Charley Waite, Boss Spearman, "Button" and Mose Harrison are escaping from their past and are directed to the West endless plains, the only place where they feel really free, where rules are dictated by nature. The four cowboys support in fact fair causes and try to avoid any kind of violence, but a frontier town is ruled by fear and tyranny. As they decide to take action, their lives will change forever.
All actors – Robert Duvall, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening, Michael Gambon, Michael Jeter, Diego Luna, James Russo, Abraham Benrubi, Dean McDermott, Kim Coates, Herb Kohler, Peter MacNeill, Cliff Saunders, Patricia Stutz, Julian Richings, Ian Tracey, Rod Wilson, Diego Diablo Del Mar, Patricia Benedict, Tim Koetting, Tom Carey, Kurtis Sanheim, Billy Morton, Alex Zahara, Chad Camilleri, Greg Schlosser, Guy Bews, Lorette Clow, Alexis Cerkiewiczshow all
“Open Range” Quotes 10 quotes
“- Mack: I didn't raise my boys just to see 'em killed.
- Charley Waite: Well you may not know this, but there's things that gnaw at a man worse than dying.”
“It's a shame to go forever without takin' a taste of somethin'.”
“I'm tryin' to put some bad times behind me, but sometimes they don't stay put.”
“- Boss Spearman: It's a pretty day for making things right.
- Charley Waite: Enjoy it, 'cause once it starts, it's gonna be messy like nothing you ever seen.”
“- Sue Barlow: So is it marriage that scares you two, or puttin' down roots?
- Boss Spearman: No. Who'd have him? All rangy and mangy like a rough old dog.”
“A man's trust is a valuable thing. You don't want to lose it for a handful of cards.”
“- Boss Spearman: Sounds like you got it all worked out.
- Charley Waite: Except the part where we don't get killed.”
“- Boss Spearman: We come for justice, not vengeance. Now them is two different things.
- Charley Waite: Not today they ain't.”
“I know that people get confused in this life about what they want, and what they've done, and what they think they should've because of it. Everything they think they are or did, takes hold so hard that it won't let them see what they can be.”