Etikettarkiv: Thriller

Rush hour

Rush hour (1998)

Carter:
That’s why I don’t have no partner, that’s one thing I learned from my daddy.
Lee:
Your father was a policeman?
Carter:
Fifteen years LAPD.
Lee:
My daddy also a policeman.
Carter:
Your daddy was a cop?
Lee:
Not a cop, an officer, a legend all over Hong Kong.
Carter:
My daddy a legend too all over America. My daddy once arrested fifteen people in one night by himself.
Lee:
My daddy arrested 25 by himself.
Carter:
…My daddy once saved five crackheads from a burnin’ building, by himself.
Lee:
My daddy once caught a bullet with his bare hand.
Carter:
My daddy’ll kick your daddy’s ass all the way from here to China, Japan, wherever the hell you from and all up that Great Wall too.
Lee:
Hey, don’t talk about my father.
Carter:
Don’t talk about my daddy.

Fortsätt läsa Rush hour (1998)

Inte utan min dotter

Inte utan min dotter (1991)

Moody:
I don’t know how to say this to you. We’re not going back. We’re staying here.
Betty Mahmoody:
[pauses]
What do you mean? How long?
Moody:
I want to get a job here in a hospital.
Betty Mahmoody:
What?
Moody:
I want us… to live in Iran.
Betty Mahmoody:
[softly]
No… No…
Moody:
There’s nothing for me in America.
Betty Mahmoody:
No… What? Are you crazy? We’re Americans. Your daughter’s an American! Moody, honey, you’re upset about your job. I understand that. We’re going to go back today and we’re going to fix it.
Moody:
I want Mahtob to grow up here.
Betty Mahmoody:
[increasingly angry]
No!
Moody:
I think she should become a Muslim!
Betty Mahmoody:
[screams]
No! No!
[pauses]

Betty Mahmoody:
You lied to me. You lied to me! You held the Koran and you swore to me that nothing was going happen. You were planning this all the time. You lied to me!

Fortsätt läsa Inte utan min dotter (1991)

Änglar och demoner

Änglar och demoner (2009)

Camerlengo Patrick McKenna:
Christianity’s most sacred codices are in that archive. Given your recent… entanglement with the Church, there is a question I’d like to ask you first here in-in the office of His Holiness.
[Walks towards Robert Langdon]

Camerlengo Patrick McKenna:
Do you believe in God, sir?
Robert Langdon:
[pause]
Father, I simply believe that religion…
Camerlengo Patrick McKenna:
I did not ask if you believe what man says about God. I asked if you believe in God.
Robert Langdon:
[pause]
I’m an academic. My mind tells me I will never… understand God.
Camerlengo Patrick McKenna:
And your heart?
Robert Langdon:
[pause]
Tells me I’m not meant to. Faith is a gift… that I have yet to receive.
Camerlengo Patrick McKenna:
[pauses to consider his words]
Be delicate with our treasures.

Fortsätt läsa Änglar och demoner (2009)

Da Vinci-koden

Da Vinci-koden (2006)

Robert Langdon:
This is the original icon for male. It’s a rudimentary phallus.
Sophie Neveu:
Quite to the point.
Sir Leigh Teabing:
Yes, indeed.
Robert Langdon:
This is know as the blade. It represents aggression and manhood. It’s a symbol still used today in modern military uniforms.
Sir Leigh Teabing:
Yes, the more penises you have, the higher your rank. Boys will be boys.

Fortsätt läsa Da Vinci-koden (2006)