Most critics agree that Road House is the greatest film in the history of film. Its true greatness lies in the fact that it’s not only entertaining, but it is educational as well. Based on that fact, I present Life Lessons from Road House.
-Take the train.
-Some people (like Brad Wesley, for instance) keep taking and taking, until someone takes them.
-It’s ok to like horses, if they like you.
-When you’re stuck in a difficult situation and you’re struggling on what to say, simply state “A polar bear fell on top of me.”
-Never marry an ugly woman, it just takes the energy right out of you.
-You’ve got insurance, don’t you?
-Always carry your own medical records. Saves time.
-Nobody wins a fight.