Great memorable quotes and script exchanges from the Meet Joe Black long, Death has ingratiated himself with a wealthy industrialist (Anthony Hopkins) and . The cinema has no trouble finding attractive human forms for angels and devils. They're playful folk. But when it comes to personifying Death. A goofy synopsis of the movie, Meet Joe Black starring Brad Pitt. He is Anthony Hopkins. He pads into the bathroom if I remember and then he's OK It's a very beautiful speech and it's on a helicopter. Me and Jurate noticed.
In Meet Joe Black, the emphasis shifts from the guest to the host, from Death to the multi-millionaire business tycoon Bill Parrish Anthony Hopkinswho, on the eve of his sixty-fifth birthday, has intimations of mortality in the form of internal voices and severe chest pains.
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On the way from his Hudson River mansion to his Manhattan office by helicopter, the widowed Bill warns his beloved daughter Susan Claire Forlani that she should only marry his right-hand man Drew Jake Weber if she really loves him. That morning in a coffee shop near the hospital where she is a doctor, Susan falls in love at first sight with a handsome young man played by Brad Pitt.
He's killed in an accident shortly after they part and his body is taken over by Death, who thereupon moves into the Parrish household under the name Joe Black. Joe gives Bill a reprieve until the mammoth sixty-fifth birthday bash his other daughter Marcia Gay Harden is organising, but he prevents anyone knowing his true identity.
Films in which people become aware of their impending death normally involve remorse over past sins and attempts to put lives in order. Kurosawa's Living is the classic instance. But, astonishingly for a rich man involved in the media, Bill has conducted himself impeccably. There is not a stain on his private or professional life.
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Unbeknownst to her, the man is struck by multiple cars in a possibly fatal accident. Death arrives at Bill's home in the uninjured body of the young man, explaining that Bill's impassioned speech has piqued his interest.
Given Bill's "competence, experience, and wisdom", Death says that for as long as Bill will be his guide on Earth, Bill will not have to die. Making up a name on the spot, Death is introduced to the family as "Joe Black". Bill's best efforts to navigate the next few days, knowing them now to be his last, fail to keep events from going rapidly out of his control.
Drew is secretly conspiring with a man bidding for Parrish Communications. He capitalizes on Bill's strange behavior and unexplained reliance on Joe to convince the board of directors to vote Bill out as Chairman, using information given to him inadvertently by Bill's son-in-law, Quince, to push through approval for the merger which William had decided to oppose.
Susan is confused by the appearance of Joe, believing him to be the young man from the coffee shop, but eventually falls deeply in love with him.
Joe is now under the influence of human desires and becomes attracted to her as well. After they make love, Joe asks Susan, "What do we do now? But then we decided that maybe they are so close because he is a widow and she has no mom so they only have each other. Oh, and Allison, but no one cares about her.
There is a man talking on the phone very loudly. And he is at the height of his hotness. Here he is now verses then. They chat about stuff and the sparks are just flying all over the place. And they talk about stuff, all of which I have forgotten.
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Then Brad turns around in the middle of the street and gets hit by a car. And then gets hit again by another car. When I told Wanyu I watched this movie, he said that getting hit twice by cars was just too much. Am I Going To Die? That is the question. Then its the family dinner night, so William, Allison, her husband, and Drew are all sitting at the dinner table. Basically William is getting time in exchange for showing this autistic spirit around.
So they go back to the dinner table and William has to introduce Death.
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But then, Susan comes to dinner. What are YOU doing here? I needed a body. So this is a little problem. It is very comfortable looking. Death has never eaten peanut butter before and he likes it a lot. Then he wanders into the pool-room in this case a room with a giant swimming pool and he runs into Susan.