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Blues Brothers 2000 is an American musical comedy film that is a sequel to the 1980 film. The Blues Brothers, written and produced by John Landis and Dan Aykroyd. Directed by Landis, the film stars Aykroyd and John Goodman, with cameo appearances by various musicians.

The film is dedicated to John Belushi, Cab Calloway, and John Candy, cast members from the original film who had died prior to the sequel’s production, as well as Junior Wells, who died one month before it was released.

The now-brother less Ellwood Blues (Dan Aykroyd) is finally out of prison, attempting to reunite the old band and find a few new partners in crime (John Goodman), (J. Evan Bonifant). In this sequel to the original “Blues Brothers” comedy/musical, Ellwood battles the Chicago police, sings and dances his way out of numerous sticky situations, and manages to get the old band on the road for a hair-raising adventure.

The last film Release on February 6, 1998 and he film grossed a little over $14 million in box office sales in North America. A Blues Brothers 2000 video game was released for the Nintendo 64 on November 17, 2000, based on the first film.



“Weren’t lies, it was just… bullshit.” – Elwood

“There’s 106 miles to Chicago, we’ve got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark out, and we’re wearing sunglasses.” – Elwood

“That’s just great Elwood, the day I get out of prison, my own brother picks me up in a police car.” – Elwood

“So often, you won’t even notice.” – Elwood

“Were on a mission from God.” – Elwood

“What kind of music do you usually have here?” – Elwood

“You promised you’d visit the penguin the day you got out of prison.” – Elwood

“Our Lady of Blessed Acceleration, don’t fail me now.” – Elwood

“We’re on a mission from God.” – Elwood

“There are 106 miles to Chicago, we have a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark and we’re wearing sunglasses.” – Elwood

“There are 106 miles to Chicago. We have a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark, and we’re wearing sunglasses.” – Elwood

“You got any white bread?” – Elwood

“I’ll have some toasted white bread please.” – Elwood

“And some dry white toast please.” – Elwood

“No, ma’am.” – Elwood


 “You want butter or jam on that toast, honey?” – Mrs. Murphy

“Best damn chicken in the state.” – Mrs. Murphy

“You want chicken wings or chicken legs?” – Mrs. Murphy

“Y’all want anything to drink with that?” – Mrs. Murphy

“Be up in a minute.” – Mrs. Murphy

“We got two honkies out there dressed like Hasidic diamond merchants.” – Mrs. Murphy

“They look like they’re from the CIA or something.” – Mrs. Murphy

“The tall one wants white toast, dry, with nothing’ on it.” – Mrs. Murphy

“And the other one wants four whole fried chickens and a Coke.” – Mrs. Murphy

“The Blues Brothers? Shiite. They still owe you money, fool. You’re living’ with me now. You ain’t going’ back out on the road and playing’ them old two-bit sleazy dives, and y’ain’t gonna go sliding’ around witchool’ white hoodlum friends.” – Mrs. Murphy

“Don’t you blaspheme in here. This is my man, this is my restaurant, and you two are gonna turn around and walk right out of here – without your dry white toast, without your four fried chickens, and without Matt ‘Guitar’ Murphy.” – Mrs. Murphy

“Help you boys?” – Mrs. Murphy


“I hate Illinois Nazis!” – Jake

“We need $5000 bucks fast!” – Jake

“How often does the train run by here?” – Jake

“We need this gig!” – Jake

“Fix the cigarette lighter.” – Jake

“This don’t look like no expressway to me!” – Jake

“No, I didn’t. Honest… I ran out of gas. I… I had a flat tire. I didn’t have enough money for cab fare. My tux didn’t come back from the cleaners. An old friend came in from out of town. Someone stole my car. There was an earthquake. A terrible flood. Locus. It wasn’t my fault. I swear to god!” – Jake

“Yeah… so I lied to her.” – Jake

“Got any fried chicken?” – Jake

“Ma’am, would it make you feel any better if we told you that what we’re asking Matthew to do is a holy thing?” – Jake

“Bring me four fried chickens and a Coke.” – Jake


“What they want to eat?” – Murphy

“And Jake. Shit, the Blues Brothers!” – Murphy

“But babes, this is Jake and Elwood. The Blues Brothers.” – Murphy


“Use of unnecessary violence in apprehension of the Blues Brothers . . . has been approved.” – Police Dispatcher


“Not a lot of people at thirty-four can say that they’ve had the same best friend since the first grade. You… you’ve always stood by me. Even when I grew that I grew that ponytail. So, of all people, what was I thinking, letting you down? And more importantly, what was I thinking missing the Blues Brothers? I’m sorry, Pat.” – Joel Larsen

“Well, Jake… I think that’d be a…” – Joel Larsen

“I don’t know, there’s so much people around…” – Joel Larsen


“Hey! Those aren’t the Blues Brothers!” – French

“Yeah, well Dan Ackroyd sends his deepest apologies and John Belushi’s been dead for 15 years.” – French


“But they were playing ‘The Time warp’. I hate ‘The Time warp.” – Tim

“So what? I hate it. It’s boil-in-the-bag perversion for sexually repressed accountants and first-year drama students with too many posters of Betty Blue, The Blues Brothers, Big Blue and Blue Velvet on their blue bloody walls.” – Tim


“Let’s just take a look at the game that we humans used to call, “Blues Brothers.” But as of nowadays, people like to call it an unholy dick storm of shit-cheese! God, this game is awful. The worst thing to be associated with the movie since Blues Brothers 2000.” – Nostalgia Critic

“Oh, concert over? I’ll say it is! [the Critic takes the cartridge out of the system, then throws it out of his house; then he fires a gun at the cartridge repeatedly]” – Nostalgia Critic

“What the hell is this thing anyway? Let me see what it says in the instruction book. [looks in the Blues Brothers SNES manual; reads] “Snake: A friendly creature; you can jump on its back and control it.” Does that look *remotely friendly to you*? Does it act like it’s friendly? If it’s so friendly, how come he’s always trying to knock me off and push me down every chance he gets?” – Nostalgia Critic



“We’ve got to get off this road. They’ve called ahead by now and you can’t outrun a Motorola.” – Elwood Blues

“There not carpet tacks. They’re dry wall nails.” – Elwood Blues

“Stay away from drugs, gangs, and cyberporn on the Internet and you can be President someday.” – Elwood Blues

“Duck, give me a mountain tempo in A minor.” – Elwood Blues

“The Lord works in mysterious ways.” – Elwood Blues

“I mean… that’s terrible.” – Elwood Blues

“Would you fellas care to jam?” – Elwood Blues

“Yeah, that was me.” – Elwood Blues

“What boat?” – Elwood Blues

“Look in the glove compartment.” – Elwood Blues

“They’re not carpet tacks. They’re dry-wall nails.” – Elwood Blues

“These are unsophisticated men. They only respond to fear and the draw of lucre. We elicit this by using iconographic symbols, and psychological intimidation. The way we look together presents a uniform image of strength and organization. Don’t say anything. Look mean. No smiling.” – Elwood Blues

“Is there anything in particular you would like to hear this evening your highness?” – Elwood Blues

“Uh, ma’am, we’re the Blues Brothers. We do blues, rhythm & blues, jazz, funk, soul. We can handle rock, pop, country, heavy metal, fusion, hip hop, rap, Motown, operetta, show tunes. In fact, we’ve even been called upon, on occasion, to do a polka. However, Caribbean is a type of music, I regret to say, which has not been, is simply not, nor will ever be a part of this band’s repertoire.” – Elwood Blues

“Go Curtis.” – Elwood Blues

“I mean — that’s terrible.” – Elwood Blues

 “Yes, ma’am.” – Elwood Blues

“Seeing as we’re kind a like step-brothers, I thought maybe you could help me out.” – Elwood Blues

“I need $500 for this car, see? And I thought maybe you could, you know, loan me the money.” – Elwood Blues

“I’m thinking of putting the band back together. Maybe you could join us.” – Elwood Blues

“I could show you all the moves.” – Elwood Blues

“I think you need a hug.” – Elwood Blues

“You may go if you wish. But remember this: walk away now and you walk away from your crafts, your skills, your vocations; leaving the next generation with nothing but recycled, digitally-sampled techno-grooves, quasi-synth rhythms, pseudo-songs of violence-laden gangster-rap, acid pop, and simpering, saccharine, soulless slush. Depart now and you forever separate yourselves from the vital American legacies of Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Jimmy Reed, Memphis Slim, Blind Boy Fuller, Louie Jordon, Little Walter, Big Walter, Sonny boy Williamson I and II, Otis Redding, Jackie Wilson, Elvis Presley, Lieber and Stoller, and Robert K. Weiss.” – Elwood Blues

“Turn your backs now and you snuff out the fragile candles of Blues, R&B; and Soul, and when those flames flicker and expire, the light of the world is extinguished because the music which has moved mankind through seven decades leading to the millennium will wither and die on the vine of abandonment and neglect.” – Elwood Blues


“Great. They have automatic weapons. We have carpet tacks.” – Mighty Mack

“We wish to win first prize!” – Mighty Mack

“Hey, you guys having’ a picnic?” – Mighty Mack

“Elwood, they have automatic weapons.” – Mighty Mack

“Carpet Tacks. They have guns and we have carpet tacks.” – Mighty Mack

 “The suit’s real neat, but do I have to wear the hat?” – Mighty Mack


“You’re not the Elwood Blues I know. The Elwood Blues I know once said that no pharmaceutical product could ever equal the rush you get when the band hits that groove; the people are dancing’, and shouting’, and swaying’; and the house is rocking’.” – Mighty Mack

“The music, man. You know you miss the music.” – Mighty Mack


“I thought you said she was old and ugly.” – Cab Chamberlain

“How could I do that?” – Cab Chamberlain

“I’m a commander in the Illinois State Police, and I enjoy my job. You waltz in here telling me I have a dead, white criminal brother, who was in a band which, the last time they played anywhere.” – Cab Chamberlain

“Felonious motor vehicle assault, over seven hundred violations of the highway traffic act and damages, both public and private, in excess of $24,000,000 and you are asking me if i want to join this band?” – Cab Chamberlain

“Get the hell out of my office right now.” – Cab Chamberlain


“That’s the International Jewish Communist conspiracy in action, people!” – Robertson

“Now y’all might think we’re just a group of sad, sorry, sumbitches out here in a field jerkin’ each other off — Or you might just think — that we know something’.” – Robertson

“I’m gonna tell you something’ else. The federal government has a computer. Now this computer is wired to a computer in Jerusalem.” – Robertson

“Son, it’s okay to be nervous, okay? Uh — there’s enough explosives in that boat to blow up every post office in this country, you know? But no one knows we’re here, no one knows our plans.” – Robertson

“Don’t shoot, you might hit the boat.” – Robertson

“That’s the International Jewish Communist Conspiracy in action, people. One of their spy satellite’s must have picked up our location …. kill them.” – Robertson


“You wish to enter the contest.” – Queen Mousette

“You wish to enter the Battle of the Bands contest.” – Queen Mousette

“Yes. Do something Caribbean.” – Queen Mousette


“Before Curtis came to us at St. Helen of the Blessed Shroud, he had a musical group that toured the joints of the Mid West. In one town Curtis had an affair… with a married woman.” – Mother Mary Stigmata

“That’s what I thought you meant.” – Mother Mary Stigmata

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