Into the Storm – Quotes
Pete: Hey – you guys know the goal of a documentary is to actually document something? …We need a tornado!
Pete: All we have is footage of sunsets and prairies … which makes this the most expensive home movie ever!
Donnie: Dad, it’s always something. I’m used to it. If you’re not completely ignoring me, you’re all over my case.
Trey: What’s the point of a video time capsule? Video won’t even exist in 25 years!
What would you like to say to yourself in 25 years?
Reevis: Look! My arm hairs!
Donk: Dude, it’s your hair hairs—they’re standing up!
Donk or Reevis: I’m in a tornado! I’m in a tornado!
Gary: Why didn’t he just tell me?
Trey: Oh, I don’t know Dad. You’re so easy to talk to.
Reevis: You guys actually get paid to do this? I’m in the wrong d*** job, man.
Donk: You don’t have a job.
Donnie: My mom was a nurse so when we were little, instead of story time… we’d have like CPR lessons and stuff. I was kind of lobbying for Cat and the Hat at the time, but…
Kaitlyn: Do you ever think a bout the last thing you said to your mom?
Donnie: I think about it every day.
Allison: He was out there getting your shot for your movie because you told him nothing else matters.
Kaitlyn: Mom, Dad, I Just want to thank you for every thing… You should know I’m not alone… Donnie’s here and he’s being really sweet, so, it’s kind of OK. I love you so much.
Donnie: I spent the last week filming people’s futures and you know, it looks like I won’t have one. So since there’s no future, maybe we should talk about the past.
Donnie, advice to Trey: Live every day like it’s your last because one day it will be, and for once, I know what I’m talking about.
Student: In 25 years, it doesn’t matter you know. Just taking it one day at a time. I’m alive. Nothing else matters.
Old man: Some times people are crazy, but when the chips are down, people are good.
We’re here together now and that’s all that matters.