You know gypos, Sol. They're always throwin' dogs in with deals.
The gun has a sensing device. It won't fire at anything with high body temperature, only something cold like a machine.
This place is really fun.
There's the way it ought to be, and there's the way it is.
The President would be finished. He'd never recover. 400 American lives. Christ, Jack, we'd all be finished, the whole administration.
And the next sumbitch I catch coppin' z's in the bush, I'm personally gonna take an interest in seein' him suffer. I shit you not.
There's law here now. You can't go around plugging whoever you please.
There's a lot of suspicion and hate. I can't believe we're fighting each other when we should be fighting them.
The hell? Goddamned machines anyway!
Then cut the robot power.
It's the realest thing I ever done. I mean that.
heat exchanger, plate heat exchanger
They were dragooned into the cause of the rebels. Lovers of liberty, they knew no liberty.
John Connor: That's great. See? You're getting it. Terminator: No problemo.
The system goes on-line on August 4, 1997. Human decisions are removed from strategic defense. Skynet begins to learn at a geometric rate.
The legendary Corsican brothers. They are the pair mismatched in birth 30 years before.
The brains of a chicken, coupled with the claws of two eagles, may well hatch the eggs of our destruction.
That's definitely you.
There is a barge arriving at the docks tomorrow loaded with arms and ammunition. It's the arms we need for the revolution!
The Blind Man has just informed me that a barge arrives tomorrow with arms and ammunition we need for the revolution.
Terminator: This is tactically dangerous. John Connor: Drive faster. Terminator: The T-1000 has the same files that I do. It knows what I know. It might anticipate this move.
Miles Dyson: The chip. Do you know about the chip? Sarah Connor: What chip? Miles Dyson: They keep it in a vault at Cyberdyne. It must be from the other one like you. Terminator: The CPU from the first Terminator. Sarah Connor: Son of a bitch! I knew it!
Peter: The guns they give you are real guns? John: Mm-hmm. Real guns. Peter: That's incredible.
Tonight, I have to announce a marriage between Christina of Belgium and Escargot.
Charles: Well, that depends on what you regard as business. Claude: And what you may regard as pleasure.
Man In Iron Mask: Take me with you. Claude: Take me with you! Yes! Take me with you! Man In Iron Mask: Don't leave me alone. Take me.
Charles: There's no outside door to your dressing room? Christina: No. Charles: Bless this dressing-room door.
There's much killing to be done yet. After the marriage, we'll kill Christina, kill Louis, and together, rule all France.
Philippe: There's a tunnel down here! Pierre: What? Philippe: I said, there's a tunnel down here. Are your ears as bad as your back?
That's what a wolf does. You a wolf? Heh heh heh. Come on, wolf! Come on, dog.
Sarah Connor: The future, always so clear to me, had become like a black highway at night.
Alonzo: Now what is that? Blue: Motherfuckin' crack, man. Alonzo: That's right, Jimmy crack corn. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. Oh, you're federally fucked now.
Blue: Fuck! Alonzo: That's 20. Give me a name. That's 30 years. You wanna go to jail, or you wanna go home?
Blue: He in the county, man! Alonzo: Who? Blue: This niggah named Sandman. That's all the fuck I know, man. Shit! Alonzo: Sandman? Blue: Sandman! Alonzo: See how easy that was?
Dungeon Keeper: This one is tough. Can't break the little beggar. Claude: Evening, evening. Prisoner: Evening, evening.
There's nothing you can do. Listen. Listen to me. I don't have much time.
Henry: This is too much. Clare: I'm sorry. You told me to go easy on you, and, um, I'm not.
The last time that I saw you, I was 18. Seems that you go back to the same places a lot.
Jake: They say don't come in here with anything less than a platoon. Alonzo: That's right.
That's the heart of it, right here. Jungle damu headquarters. Stoners, yeah, a lot of murder investigations lead right here.
Jake: What's that up there? Alonzo: They're flipping pigeons. They wanna let everybody know I'm here.
There's no such thing as time travelers.
This weekend, your brother, Mark, who's a real pain in the ass, falls out of a tree and breaks his arm.
This is an illegal arrest by an illegal force of occupation!
James: Officer, why don't you take miss McCasslin upstairs for some air? Guard: I was instructed not to leave you alone.
Henkin: They told Glenn that your boy James said that he could get them out of solitary as long as they were willing to testify for the defense and lie on the stand! Mary: That's a lie!
Lou: Tell him the story. Come on, tell the story. Doug: Oh, you think it's so funny, you tell it. Lou: No, no. It's your story. You tell it.
There's this serial burglar, and, uh, chasin' him for 12 months. A real slickster, gave up nothing. Captain's riding my ass the entire time.
Lou: The Russians don't care if you have a badge. They'll whack you. You ought to hop a jet out of here. Alonzo: Why? It's an easy fix.
Alonzo: There's nothin' free in this world, Jake. Not even arrest warrants. Jake: Shit, man. I didn't want to know.
Alonzo: That's a nice suit you got on there. Jeff: That's what I said.
There aren't any choices for a woman attorney. There aren't any other jobs waiting out there for me, either.
Mary: The only option that I had was to do what he told me to do. What could I have done, James? You tell me! James: I'll see you, Mary.
Collins: These files are no good without the G-men who compiled them. Ned: That's rough, all right.
Christ. That's all we need. Come on! Get up! Come on! Get up, ya drunken bousy! Get up, ya!
To whom it may concern. This is to inform you that any further collaboration with the forces of occupation will be punishable by death. You have been warned. Signed, "The Irish Republican Army."
They wouldn't be able to move outside those fuckin' walls. That's how serious I am.
Harry: There's only one problem. Collins: What's that? Harry: We'd have to do it.
Collins: These are the best premises you could get, Joe? Joe: Just a temporary stopgap, Mick, I swear to God.
That's no excuse for obscenities. Maybe I can force it out.
There's only one kind of force they understand, and you know it! Our job is at home!
There's a new regime in here, and it's startin' now! Good day, Mr. Broy.
They're fillin' up the Castle from Belfast, Harry. Things'll get rough.
They can't imagine a gunman in a pinstripe suit on a bicycle. Fuck it. It's worked for us so far.
Take a section each. And time is of the essence. The sooner we finish, the sooner we go home. Toothcomb, gentlemen.
They're the elite of the British Secret Service. Churchill hand-picked 'em.
Collins: They were sent here for one reason, weren't they? Ned: To eliminate you and your boys.
Charlie: Tell him about Mr. Soames, Rosie. Rosie: Well, he tips me every day. Not like some.
They put her in a home or an orphanage and, I don't know.
These men have more experience than you ever will. You'll get one chance and one only, and I don't need to tell you it's either them or us.
Then he put me through law school, then he got me the job at the public defender's office.
James: Henri, I'm sorry you're here. Henri: Hey, this here's paradise compared to my last home.
The trouble with the Irish, they sing at the drop of a hat. Ask them to talk, and they won't.
Harry: The big fella sends his regards. Eamon: We'll see who is the big fella.
There is a slim possibility that they might want to talk.
Eamon: They call us murderers. Collins: War is murder! Sheer bloody murder! Had you been here for the past year, you'd know that!
There's nothing we can do, Mick. There's nothing we can do.
The world has to believe we're invincible. Maybe then we can talk.
Kitty: There's a horse called Irish Republic running at Donnybrook today. Collins: Yeah? Harry: Ha! What were the odds? Kitty: 50 to 1.
There must be a hundred thousand Tommies here, not 2,000 of us. I'd say 50 to 1 is optimistic.
Kitty: That makes £25, plus the place money, £7, 10. Harry: Right. Kitty: And my stake makes £33, 10 shillings. Collins: £33, 10 shillings. Kitty: Thank you very much.
Claude: That does it. France will be free. Escargot: And you will be dead. Marie: Traitors, all of you.
King Louis: That's me! That's me! Charles: Louis, get out of here or you'll get killed. King Louis: Oh, no, don't. No, it's me. Charles: No!
They called me an assassin and a murderer, for Christ's sake. Can you even see Churchill shaking my hand?
To negotiate a treaty for the first time in history between Ireland and England.
That will be the Irish people and me as President of the Irish Republic.
"The English language was never meant to be spoken like that. How in God's name did these people ever get to run an empire?"
The position of the North will be reviewed, but at the moment, it remains part of the British Empire.
This treaty is just a steppingstone, Kitty. I hope the country sees it as such.
Harve: Now, uh, this is going to be a private conversation, Byron. Uh, it never took place, alright? Byron: Is it alright with you, Thurgood? Winthrop: I'm the one who suggested it, Byron.
Collins: They were the best we could get. Eamon: In your opinion! Collins: And what's more, Dev, you sent me there because you knew they were the best we could get.
Eamon: That is idle speculation. Collins: No. It's the truth. Otherwise, you'd have gone yourself.
This is very important. Don't make any sudden movements or sounds.
They're having a picnic in my shorts. And I brought the sweets!
This administration is not going to allow public attention to be diverted from all the good that it's done by some kind of witch hunt in the justice department.
Cathal: The minister does not like what I have to say. Collins: Anything that can be said about me, say it!
The alternative to this treaty is a war, which nobody in this gathering can even contemplate.
The result, ladies and gentlemen, is 64-57.
There is one thing I want to say.
And it is this: the Irish people established the republic.
Dev! Traitors! Traitors, all!
This treaty bars the way to the republic with the blood of our fellow Irishmen!
The volunteers may have to wade through Irish blood.
Through the blood of some members of this government in order to get Irish freedom!
They won't accept the treaty, Mick. No matter how the vote goes. You heard what de Valera said.
Collins: Kitty. Kitty: They won't shoot me, Mick. Collins: Kitty!
The people have spoken, Mr. Collins, overwhelmingly, for the treaty you brought home.
Griffith: They've occupied the four courts, half of O'Connell Street, Limerick, Cork. It's anarchy out there! Collins: Better anarchy than civil war!
The big fella scared? Well, I hate to say it, Mick, but you've a right to be.
Collins: They fight, we don't. Harry: You've said what you had to say, and you can go now, Mick.
Alonzo: That's for you. Roger: What am I supposed to do with this, wipe my ass?
Alonzo: They're making me do it. I'm just a lowly civil servant. Roger: Ahh, you're their bitch.
Tim, Jeff, Jake, we're gonna work in the kitchen. Grab the tools. Give me the bitch. You guys hold him down.
That's a quarter million dollars you holding right there in your hand. Over 4 million in here.
There you go. Start an entourage.
Jake: That is the second time you pointed a gun at me! There will not be a third. Alonzo: God damn, boy! That's what i'm talkin' about, Jake. My niggah. Are you all watchin' this? That's it.
The investigators are gonna want to pull a tube of your blood to check for intoxicants. What are they gonna find, Jake? Do the math.
Alonzo: Huh? Jake: That man was your friend, and you killed him like a fly. Alonzo: Come on. My friend, huh? Jake: Yeah. Alonzo: Tell me why. Because he knows my first name?
Hey, this man was the biggest major violator in Los Angeles. I watched that cocksucker operate with impunity for over 10 years, and now I got him.
Alonzo: Take the money. Jake: Hey, man, I already told you, I'm not gonna take that. Alonzo: Just take it. Jake: I'm not gonna take that. Alonzo: OK, don't. Just burn it, barbecue it, fish fry it. I don't give a fuck, but the boys'll feel better about it. Jake: Fuck their feelings.
That's interesting, 'cause the prints we took off you, flagged this.
The sooner you can match what's in your head with what's goin' on in the real world, the better you're gonna feel.
And when all this is behind you, there's gonna be a whole other world that opens up for you.
Sam: Stacia, this is United States Marshal Catherine Walsh. She's the boss. Catherine: Delighted to meet you. I've seen you so much on the T.V.
No, that's why I never shake his hand, homes. He don't respect nada.
Well, turns out that Russian, he's a somebody. Now, Alonzo, he's into the Russians for a million.
They gave Alonzo till tonight to pay up, but his name's still on their list, huh? Nobody thought he could get cash that big.
Jake: That girl was being raped, all right? I saw these 2 fuckin' drug addicts attacking her, and I stopped 'em, man! Smiley: What? Jake: I swear to God! I stopped 'em!
Thanks for gettin' my cousin's back, huh? Here, put this on your head. You'll mess up my floor.
Smiley: This cop, what'd he look like? Letty: Um, he was a white boy, and he looked real young, too.
There's one more chip. And it must be destroyed, also.
You, against the wall. Move real slow. Keep your hands where I can see 'em. I want you to put that money in that bag, take your weapons and place 'em inside that pillowcase right there.
You see what I see, Jake? Officer Hoyt. Job number one: preserve life. There's my son. Don't hurt him.
Sarah Connor: The unknown future rolls toward us. I face it for the first time with a sense of hope.
The Skynet funding bill is passed. The system goes on-line on August 4, 1997.
Dungeon Keeper: The Montage girl is down here, your grace. Claude: You're sure she's down here? Dungeon Keeper: All prisoners are brought to the palace dungeon. Claude: My, it's interesting.
The Chairman of Joint Chiefs sent me this little movie.
Thanks a lot, brother.
The old "call forwarding from the shoe phone to the cell phone so you don't know where I am, then I appear on the roof behind you and surprise everyone" trick.
What in the hell do you think you're doing here? This is a closed set.
They've hit Buddy! Come on, girls!
That we are both old-fashioned men.
Then you seem just like everybody else. Except you're stranded and all alone, just waiting to disappear.
Gomez: Uh-huh. There's something wrong with you. Henry: Yeah, there is.
Henry: That's not gonna help. Richard: Sure it does. Want one? Henry: No. I don't drink anymore. Pity.
Richard: Then why don't you keep her from getting into that goddamn car? Henry: I would if I could. You know that.
The plane leaves at midnight. You be on it.
There's gotta be some kind of drug you can take. There's gotta be someone, something. Something that can help.
Clare: Tell me, or I'll imagine the worst. Henry: Go ahead and imagine it. I mean, you're gonna do it anyway.
Navigator: There's a road 20 miles ahead. Pilot: OK, that's it, then. Indy center, this is F-patch 343.
James: Then you must be familiar with the dungeons, correct? Glenn: Dungeons? James: Surely you've heard of them.
Mr. Glenn, The dictionary definition of a dungeon is "a close, dark prison or vault, commonly underground."
That Chinese fellow Ling dropped in some poor old boy's roof and into the bathtub.
James: The walls of those cells measure six feet by nine, and the roof is five to six feet tall. Would you call that close? Glenn: As a matter of opinion, no.
Poe: And, uh, now, that should go in all directions, now, just like a big, uh. Sam: Perimeter.
James: Is it? Clawson: Mr. Stamphill, there is no place in my courtroom for sarcasm! James: Sorry, Your Honor.
Biggs: I wonder if they have the, uh, you know that vinegar barbecue? Cosmo: Yeah. On the french fries. Biggs: Yeah, it's on the meat, the french fries. Cosmo: Yeah.
Noah: The fact is, he called himself Mark Warren in Chicago. I.D.s were forged. Cooper: Mark Roberts ain't nothin' but a photo and a set of prints on a federal warrant.
These men were not ordinary civilians. They were my agents, murdered by Mark Roberts in cold blood at the U.N. Building last January.
James: Here are men who came to Alcatraz legally sane, were subjected to the conditions of Alcatraz, and then deemed to be insane. Is that correct? Glenn: Yes, but you- you can't say that one causes the other!
Sam: Take off your sunglasses. John: Why? Sam: So I can see your face.
That is not a ball-point pen.
John: Uh, that was my phone. That's my personal phone. Sam: You're under arrest for obstructing a federal investigation.
James: That's the truth, isn't it? Answer the question! McNeil: Objection, Your Honor! Clawson: The witness has already testified that he hasn't beaten any prisoners! James: He's testified to a lot of things, Your Honor!
Marie: They keep saying you're a criminal. You murdered 2 people. Mark: No. No, it's a lie.
Henry: And listen, there was a woman at the hospital when he was arrested. Paid his bill, in cash. Sam: Find her.
James: And you will tell us the name of the man, who was your superior, who ordered you to do these things? Simpson: Mr. Glenn.
Mark: Then get righteous again. Stark: Well, how do you intend to do that? Mark: I got a couple of ideas.
The jury will disregard Mr. Simpson's testimony.
Noah: That's, um, 5 to 10 years. John: And then they kick you out of the country. Marie: Why are you threatening me like this?
This is a ruthless killer who committed murder in cold blood and probably will again. He'll do anything and use anybody to escape.
Sam: That was good work, fellas. Noah: Yeah. Yes, it was. Sam: Uh, Newman, I want you to set up a surveillance on Miss Bineaux around the clock and get a tap order for her telephones here and at work.
The dude we just lost is the guy who set up the zip gun hit on the damn airplane!
Marie: Mark, it was horrible. The police found me. Mark: Yeah, I knew they would, but are you all right?
Mark: That's my girl. I love you. Marie: I know. I love you, too, Mark.
The man you know as Mark Roberts is in fact Mark Sheridan.
Henry: The call was narrowed down to a cell site in Manhattan, Third Avenue and 42nd street. Sam: Get on the plane with her, Henry. Our New York guys will meet you at JFK.
Third Avenue and 42nd. We're going to work, folks. Get your stuff. We're neighbors with Mark Sheridan.
Saleswoman: The dressing room's back there. Marie: Thank you.
The dock records would show when he was there, Henri. Every trip to Alcatraz is recorded, I had to sign in myself.
They're going to save his foot. Now, he's going to be in a wheelchair for a few months, but he's going to be all right.
Things are happening fast now, honey. I'm traveling a lot. It might be because of what they're giving me for the pain.
John: The police said that, that my son died on impact. Is that correct? Doctor: Not quite.
That I know I've been a pain in the ass, but you've been great. It's all been great.
"The Lord is my rock "and my fortress and my deliverer."
"The sorrows of death passed me, and the floods of godly men."
They won't have a chance. Pick it up. Come on. Let's go. Come on. Pick it up.
Danny: That's a funny one. Rae: Will you try it with Mummy now? Danny: No. Rae: Oh, come on.
This is Gerard, eighth floor, Lorali Building, room 814. I need an ambulance. Newman has been shot.
This is unit 115. We're en route to your facility with a 32-year-old male. Multiple gunshot wounds to the chest. ETA-5 minutes.
This is Linda Carlton outside the United States Mission to the U.N. Many details are still unclear at this point.
The prime suspect in 2 murders at the United Nations 6 months ago.
Though unconfirmed by the Diplomatic Security Service, sources at the scene report that Barrows may be implicated with Sheridan in the selling of top-secret documents to the Chinese government.
This was in the front seat. Guess what. We got half a latent. Sheridan's right index.
Tetralezine, for motion sickness.
3 passengers, they don't have any names. They said Immigration didn't require it. It's heading up through Canada.
So do I, but look at her, Rae. That boat's in trouble.
John: There it is. It's a dinghy. Rae: Adrift. John: No. There's a man in it.
There were 6 of us. The others died 10 days ago.
The, uh, isolation cells were simply a tool of a temporary nature for extreme cases, uh, within the general population.