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Distant Thunder (1988 film)

Distant Thunder is a 1988 American drama film, directed by Rick Rosenthal and starring John Lithgow and Ralph Macchio.

A hero of war. A casualty of peace, With only one hope for survival...his son. (taglines)

Mark LambertEdit

  • I'm not fucking with you.
  • When I was 18, my father used to call me "numbnuts" and "dumbass".
  • Why don't you go take a flying fuck?

DialogueEdit

Jack: My father wants to see me. He sure took his sweet ass-time about it.

Jack: I'm not going to waste all of your time so I'm just going a few words. Like all of you, I would like to move on in life. Thank you.

Jack: This is what they do. Kill theirselves by walking into trains?

Mark: I wrote a letter, didn't I?
Jack: 15 years and one goddamn letter? Fuck you!

[Mark tries to dodge a train]
Mark: There it is.
Jack: Fuck "There it is"! Don't you see I care about you?

TaglinesEdit

  • A hero of war. A casualty of peace, With only one hope for survival...his son.
  • The last echoes of war.

CastEdit

External linksEdit

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