The Mule (2018) quotes

A 90-year-old horticulturist and Korean War veteran is caught transporting $3 million worth of cocaine through Illinois for a Mexican drug cartel.

For what it’s worth, I’m sorry for everything.
– Earl Stone

Family is the most important thing. Don’t do what I did. I put work in front of family. I thought it was more important to be somebody out there than the failure I was in my own home.
– Earl Stone

It’s just time is all. I could buy everything, but I couldn’t buy time.
– Earl Stone

I was a terrible father, a terrible husband. I blew my chance. I didn’t deserve forgiveness. This is the last one. So help me God, this is the last one. For what it’s worth, I’m sorry for everything.
– Earl Stone

The only people who want to live to 100 are 99 year olds.
– Earl Stone

Need help, sir?
– Cop
Oh, officer, hi.
– Earl Stone
Do you need any help?
– Cop
No, no, I’m fine. Thank you.
– Earl Stone
What you got there?
– Cop
Pecans. I deliver pecans to my niece in…
– Earl Stone
Pecans?
– Cop
Yeah, pecans. She makes the worst pecan pie you’ve ever tasted. I feel sorry for her husband, but and I feel sorry for the pecans too.
– Earl Stone

Yeah next time you see me, I’ll be texting my brains out!
– Earl Stone

You were the love of my life, and the pain of my life. And I need you to know, it’s all the world to me that you’re here.
– Mary
I love you Mary.
– Earl Stone
More today than yesterday.
– Mary
But not as much as tomorrow.
– Earl Stone

Are you sure you’re Mexican? You’re acting like you’re under The Fuhrer or something.
– Earl Stone

Internet! Who needs it?
– Earl Stone