Out of the Furnace (2013)
Christian Bale: Russell Baze
Lena Taylor : You're staying at your Dad's?
Russell Baze : Yeah. I'm trying to give it some life.
Lena Taylor : I went to his funeral.
Russell Baze : I know. Thank you, that was important to me. Thank you.
Lena Taylor : You're back at the mill?
Russell Baze : Just can't get enough of it. You know?
Lena Taylor : I heard they are gonna close it.
Russell Baze : Yeah, looks like it. It's cheaper to... uh, get steel from China. God, I've missed you so much. I've missed you so much. I was hoping... that uh... we could work it out. You know? The things that were keeping us apart. And, you know, take that next step. That's what I wanna do, with you. Because, uh... I can't be without you, Lena. I can't.
Lena Taylor : I am pregnant.
Russell Baze : Okay. Wow. Wow! You uh... That's uh... that's wonderful news.
Lena Taylor : It is?
Russell Baze : Yeah. That's wonderful news. I am really happy for you, Lena. I really am. That's wonderful news. You're gonna be a hell of a mom. Wow, you're gonna be a hell of a mom.
Lena Taylor : I'm so sorry. I have to go.
Russell Baze : Yeah. Okay.
Russell Baze : Come work at the mill. I told you Roach would give you a job.
Rodney Baze Jr. : No, man, I'd rather be fucking dead. Fuck the mill.
Russell Baze : Fuck the mill. I work at the mill, you little fucker. It's good enough for me, it was good enough for our dad.
Rodney Baze Jr. : The fucking mill killed our dad!
Russell Baze : It sounds like they're not doing a goddamn thing. Now, either you're all afraid to go in there... or, uh... you just don't give a shit.
Chief Wesley Barnes : You're walking down the wrong road. I said I'm into it, and I said I'll handle it. Don't make this personal. You need to stay out of my business.
Russell Baze : Stay out of your business. Stay out of your business. You know what? While I was away, it seems that all that you was into was my business.
Chief Wesley Barnes : So that's what this is, you got a problem with me.
Russell Baze : Yeah, I got a problem with you.
Russell Baze : [about jail] Could be worse.
Rodney Baze Jr. : How could it be worse?
Russell Baze : Well. I could've gone to Iraq with you.
Rodney Baze Jr. : No shit.
Russell Baze : No shit.
Rodney Baze Jr. : I asked Lena to come down here, she said some bullshit about not wanting to see you like this.
Russell Baze : She would. She doesn't like this place very good...
Rodney Baze Jr. : She doesn't like this place? What, is there someone that likes this place?
Russell Baze : Just give her a break. What about you, you still seeing the... the... "woof-woof...? Woof-woof! Down!"
[he makes more dog sounds, and they both laugh]
Rodney Baze Jr. : Oh man... I almost forgot about her. Thanks a lot.
Russell Baze : There's nothing wrong with working for a living.
Rodney Baze Jr. : Working for a living? What do you call this, motherfucker?
[shows long scar on his belly]
Rodney Baze Jr. : Is that working for a living? Huh? Is it working for a living when a carried my best friend's legs under this arm, and the rest of him under this arm? I saw a fucking baby with his fucking head cut off. I saw a fucking pile of feet in the middle of the street, and I had to clean it up. I gave my fucking life for my country. That's not work?
Russell Baze : You let me worry about who's the nasty son of a bitch.