The Book of Eli

The book of Eli (2010)

[last lines]

Eli:
Dear Lord, thank you for giving me the strength and the conviction to complete the task you entrusted to me. Thank you for guiding me straight and true through the many obstacles in my path. And for keeping me resolute when all around seemed lost. Thank you for your protection and your many signs along the way. Thank you for any good that I may have done, I’m so sorry about the bad. Thank you for the friend I made. Please watch over her as you watched over me. Thank you for finally allowing me to rest. I’m so very tired, but I go now to my rest at peace. Knowing that I have done right with my time on this earth. I fought the good fight, I finished the race, I kept the faith.

Fortsätt läsa The book of Eli (2010)

Miss Marple: A Caribbean Mystery

Miss Marple (1989)

Jason Rafiel:
I had to think about this quite a bit before mentioning it to you.
Inspector Weston:
And why is that, Mr. Rafael?
Jason Rafiel:
It wasn’t my idea, and the person who had it – the idea, I mean – is a little old lady who knits and wears lace. She also has a mind like a bacon slicer.
Inspector Weston:
Why didn’t she come to me herself?
Jason Rafiel:
She didn’t think you’d take her seriously.
Inspector Weston:
I might have done.
Jason Rafiel:
I doubt it. It’s a very good disguise. She even had me fooled for a minute.
[He laughs]

Inspector Weston:
Better have her name for the record.
Jason Rafiel:
Miss Marple.
Inspector Weston:
[Startled]
What?
Jason Rafiel:
Miss Marple.
Inspector Weston:
You wouldn’t know if this lady comes from a village in England called St. Mary Mead?
Jason Rafiel:
Yeah, yeah! That rings a bell… I think that’s what she said – something like that anyway. How do you know that?
Inspector Weston:
[Laughs]
Magnificent! I’ve heard her called the best personality analyst in the world, a ruthless forensic brain – a mind like a bacon slicer would do very well.

Fortsätt läsa Miss Marple (1989)