Earl is engaged to his step-sister Baby. Baby has entrusted him to take care of her misfit cousin Junior. Baby is also intent on leaving Texas for LA on Tuesday. When Junior and his recently released ex-con friend Tinker rob a pizza delivery boy and end up with $20,000 of drug money Earl is forced onto the scene, giving up his and Baby's LA money to save Juniors limbs. Written by
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Larry Hovis' final project. See more
When Earl, Jimbo, Tink, and Junior pull up in front of the Mexican's house, Tink lights a cigarette, then you see Earl grab an unlit cigarette from his mouth and says "you know there's no smoking in Jimbos car". See more
I told you I was going to kill ya, didn't I?
Don't you think we've been through enough for one night, Tinker?
It ain't enough until I said "it's enough". And I ain't said "it's enough". Well I... I said "it's enough", but it ain't enough.
The letter "o" in the word 'of' in the title is not spelled onscreen. The movie opens with a close-up of a neon sign in the shape of the Texas state, with a lone 'star' in the middle. The title slowly appears around the neon 'star', which fills-in for the letter 'O' See more
How Can I Miss You
Written by Wake Eastman and Barbara Jean Smith
Performed by Wake Eastman
Courtesy of Marc Ferrari / Master Source See more