Friday Night Lights (4/10) Movie CLIP – You’re Gonna Seriously Fly, Son (2004) HD

Friday Night Lights (4/10) Movie CLIP – You’re Gonna Seriously Fly, Son (2004) HD

Can you get the job done, Mike? We’re pretty small.
I didn’t ask you
if you think we’re small. I asked you if you think
we can get the job done. Think so.
Well, you’re gonna have to do better
than “I think so. “Is that clear?It’s clear. Now I’m gonna assume
that by now you’ve learned
that the world’s not fair… and sometimes
you get the short end.
That’s all you get.And if you don’t do
something personally to fix it,that’s all you’re ever gonna get.Yes, sir.Mike.Do you wanna play college ball?
Do you wanna get out of this town? Think so. Well, why aren’t you
doin’ something about it? [ Sighs ] My mind’s not right. One of these days you’re gonna
have to get out of this house. You’re gonna have to leave her. [ Sniffling ] Yes, sir. You gotta accept the fact that
people have to take care of themselves,
and that includes you. You understand that?
Yes, sir. Okay. The truth is, against some
pretty overwhelming odds, if– if you do decide to accept that– Look at me, Mike. If you decide to accept that, you’re gonna seriously fly, son.

25 thoughts on “Friday Night Lights (4/10) Movie CLIP – You’re Gonna Seriously Fly, Son (2004) HD

  1. I'd love to live in Texas! They take their football extra serious over there!! If you don't know football, go to Texas. You will leave knowing the game inside out

  2. Favourite scene of the whole movie. No not very flashy, but watching the non prototypical QB rise and grind his way, is inspiring. Fear is a lie. That’s the message I get from it

  3. So many “disabled” parents do this to their older children. Selfishly guilt trip them into being their servants until they die. Trap their own children and make them put their life on pause.

  4. Coach Gaines teaching some real lessons here…gets Mike to tell him what's really going through his mind. Great stuff. Coaches and teachers making home visits is such a thing of the past (isn't it?), I remember my baseball coach calling me up at home and we'd talk about my life and ball and what we want to accomplish…nothing makes you feel more secure than knowing you've got a leader/mentor/teacher right there in it with you, willing you to be better. Coach Gaines was a great character, very difficult community to deal with, football-centric, and he honestly just worries about his players, nobody else.

  5. After watching them first act together in sling blade I was expecting Gary say to Mike "you ain't supposed to talk like that, your just a boy".

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *