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I deliver perfection...|and don't brag about it! :D
Ming!|Turn that stinking music down!
Oh, it's you!
Where's my painting? I want my painting.
In the mail? Well, that's original!
I have to say, I'm astonished|that you could do it!
The climb! All that schlepping|at your tender age!
Anyway, bad news.|The price for the goggles went up.
The Rembrandt's|not gonna cover my expenses.
Under the circumstances,|40 million would be a bargain.
I don't care how you get it.|Just make sure that you get it fast.
Tick-tock... tick-tock.
- Morning, Mr Cruz.|- Morning.
First you insure the art, only to watch it|get clipped a month after the client buys it.
Well, it could become|part of our ad campaign.
I'll remember that when I go upstairs to hear|about my new position in the Toledo office.
I called you at 4.30 this morning.
I was home in bed.
- You didn't pick up.|- I didn't wanna pick up.
You had company.
- He came in the window.|- How romantic.
I think that's how he got in.
This was 70 storeys up with smart-glass|windows at 400 pounds a pop.
He rigged something.
And I think it was...
...telescoping bolts.|- And you know this how?
Excuse me.
- You're showing off again.|- Let a thousand flowers bloom.
- Chairman Mao.|- You got it.
He left the window open when he came in.
The draught blew over the flowers.
I'll bet the bolts on that window|have fresh scratches.
- And who do we like for this?|- Guess.
Oh, gee. I wonder.
Indulge me.
Indulge you?
- Bob, may I?|- Oh, yeah, sure. Go ahead.
Four weeks ago, when our client|bought the Rembrandt.
- See anyone we know?|- No.
No, and neither did anyone else.
Now look again.
You think he marked the buyer|at the auction house.
- Right.|- Good work, Bob.
- And let's not forget the calling card.|- Elvis has not left the building.
This is classic Mac, Hector.
In the five years I've known you, you've liked|MacDougal for half the cases we've worked.
- He's the best.|- He's also 60 years old.
He ain't Spiderman any more. He's a rich guy.|He doesn't have to steal a Rembrandt.
You think he steals because he has to?
Keep working.
So you get in here at 7am... work until 10, eat lunch alone,|you have no friends at the office...
- Wow, you've been paying attention.|- I'm worried about you.
Maybe I like being alone.|Maybe I'm getting over someone.
Well, they say nothing gets you over|the last one like the next one.
Is this your way of asking me out,|Hector? Huh?
Well, um... not if you're gonna say no.
You may be right.
- He was here this week.|- He flew back to London this morning?
It might be worth sending someone|over there, see what he's up to.
- I know this guy.|- Do you?
Some years back, when I was at the Bureau,|we sent two guys after him.
I know, I know. They disappeared.|I know the story.
- And these were both good agents.|- They were both men.
What do you have in mind for bait?
- The one thing I know he wants.|- Why not the Mona Lisa?
Our guy likes a challenge.
Come on.
I want this back.
Thank you, sir.
Rule number one:
Never carry a gun, or you|might be tempted to use it.
- Why are you here?|- To ask some questions.
If I don't like your answers,|you're going out the window.
- Why are you following me?|- I've got a proposition for you.
- How do I know that you're not a cop?|- You'll just have to trust me.
Rule number two:|Never trust a naked woman.
I had nothing to sleep in.|Somebody stole my luggage.
Really? I'm shocked.
It's amazing what gets stolen|these days. Your bags...
That Rembrandt.
Indeed. That Rembrandt.
- And this is your proposition?|- Yep.
- I don't think it's for sale.|- It's not. I'm gonna steal it.
From Bedford Palace?|It's rather well guarded.
By its own random-access security code,|changed daily, to which I have the key.
- Well, good for you.|- But I need your help.
I can't get in and out.
I've already got a buyer|who'll give me 40 million for it.
I have no reason to believe|a word you've told me.
- But you want to.|- Why is that?
Because you want the mask.
First we try, then we trust.
Meaning what?
Meet me outside the hotel, 9am.|Preferably dressed.
- How do I know you'll be there?|- Oh, I'll be there. And I'm never late.
- Not ever?|- Never.
If I'm late... it's because I'm dead.
Whose hotel? Yours or mine?
Ah, here we are.
You go straight in there and ask for Haas.
- Haas?|- Lovely fella.
Very low-key.
You tell him you want to buy a Qing vase.|The price is Ł200,000...
...which, of course, you won't pay.|- Why not?
Because you're going to steal it.|You are a thief, aren't you?
Take this card, which is fake.|As he turns to swipe it, you swipe the vase.
Enjoy. I'll be waiting.
- Ooh!|- Sorry!
- Hello!|- Hi.
- I'm here for the Qing vase.|- I don't know you.
We've never met before. Mac sent me.
- Where's the money?|- Where's the vase?
- OK, show me the real one.|- No, trust me, babe.
This is better than a real one. 200,000.
- What's that?|- It's a credit card.
Yeah. And?
I need the miles.
What exactly... do you think this is?
- Harrods?|- No, I've never seen rats at Harrods.
You like ajoke, don't you?
How funny is this?
I'm sorry.|I made a terrible mistake about the vase.
Too right.
Uh, yeah, I did.
Time's running out.|You can still escape if you're quick.
Now listen.
- Where's the vase?|- I broke it.
- What!|- I'm sorry...
Oh, God!
God bless!
The man had a knife.|What was I supposed to do?
- You were supposed to get the damn vase!|- It was a cheap Victorian knockoff!
You missed the point of the entire exercise.
No, I didn't.
Oh. Good.
Good girl!
- Give it to me.|- What is it?
Give it to me!
What is it?!
Bedford Palace.
The complete plans,|security system, soup to nuts.
Man, look what you've done|to this beautiful car!
Yeah, thank God it's not mine.|Here, some clothes.
- Where are we going? These are my clothes!|- Yes, you have some nice things.
- It was you? You stole my luggage?|- I'm a thief. So sue me.
- And where are we going?|- Up.
- Mac, where is my suitcase?|- It's with hotel security.
With what?!
Well, there was a robbery yesterday|at Cryptonic.
And someone stole five prototype superchips|worth $4 million each.
And one of these chips|is inside your suitcase.
- With hotel security.|- Yes.
And one anonymous phone call,|from me, plus the photos...
- What photos?|- Oh, yes.
Who took...?
- This is entrapment!|- What?
- This is called entrapment!|- Actually, it's called blackmail.
Entrapment... what cops do to thieves.
You coming?
Almost there.
No lock? No security?
You're not casing the joint already, are you?
This way.
Oh, wow!
Shall we?
Oh, my God.
- This is quite a collection.|- Thank you.
Only contemporary art?
- You sound surprised.|- No, it's just not what I expected.
Where are the suits of armour|and crossed swords?
Up in the attic. Whiskey?
Sure. I'd love one.
Is all this paid for?
- With blood. Cheers.|- To the mask.
- I'll show you to your room.|- Who else do you bring here?
- That's sad.|- Why?
Well, to have something like this|and not share it with anyone.
I don't need to share it with anyone.|Most people buy art to show it off.
I collect art for me.
Your room's this way.
Good night, then.
- But it's still early.|- Yes, we have an early start.
But I'm not tired!
Where do "you" sleep?
Just in case I need anything.
- May I ask "you" something?|- Sure.
Has there ever been anyone you couldn't|manipulate, beguile, or seduce?
Why, do I make you uneasy, Mac?
No. No, not at all.
In fact, I think now might be a good time|for you and I to, uh... discuss something.
- Well, what do you have in mind?|- Uh...
The rules.
Oh! OK.
In order for there to be|complete trust between thieves...
...there can be nothing personal.
A job is ajob. You do your part, I do mine.
If one of us thinks about something|"other" than the task at hand...
...we'll either both get caught,|or both get dead.
Good night again.
Nope. No...
No. No.
- That's the way in.|- That's the lake.
Yes, I know it's the lake, dear. The first duke|dug a tunnel as a back door for his mistress.
100 years later, they flooded the place.
OK, so we go underwater.
I go underwater. I steal the mask.|You get a finder's fee of 10%.
But I have the code to the mask case, "dear".
Which you're now going to give to me.
- Have you been wasting my time?|- Have you been wasting mine?
I'll arrange your return to London.
I'm not who you think I am, Mac.
I hope not, for your sake.
I'm a thief.
So you keep telling me.
I stole the Rembrandt.
- Mac, I stole the Rembrandt!|- And I painted the Sistine Chapel!
Come on! Ask me how I did it!
- How did you do it?|- I came in from the roof.
I dropped 20 floors down|on a McNeal Descender.
- You must be a hell of a climber.|- I am.
I "am" a hell of a climber!
I am... one... hell of a climber.
But how did you get it out of there?
Now that... the most...
...beautiful part!
- I mailed it.|- No!
I put it down their own mail chute.
...effective... safe.
That's very clever.
Nope. Not clever.
It was perfect!
Absolutely unbelievable!
You're right. It "is" beautiful. Mm?
Did you know that Rembrandt lived|with his parents well into his forties?
But of course you'd know that.|You're perfect.
How did you get that?
Why rob the penthouse... when|the mailroom's on the ground floor?
How did you know I took it?
There's only a handful of people|who can make the equipment you used.
And I know all of them.
- Someone was expecting that.|- Obviously.
- Mr Conrad Greene of Kuala Lumpur.|- Oh, God...!
What was it? A down payment?|A service this Mr Greene is providing?
Yeah, something like that.
What could you possibly|want to steal in Malaysia?
- Hm?|- A hundred million dollars.
What's the job?
Like the wise man said:
First we try, then we trust.
Ah, good morning.
Wanna tell me why my Jaguar looks like|you drove it off a fuckin' cliff?
Thibadeaux, I'm awfully sorry.
- You owe me 140 G's.|- How about a $40 million Chinese mask?
Is it turbocharged with a six-CD changer?
Did you get everything I need?
- When we done, you buyin' me a new car.|- Agreed. Did you get the small pneumatics?
Yeah, I got the small pneumatics.|You gotta be a damn elf to use 'em.
- The det cord?|- It's in the van.
That's some nasty shit. Don't mix it with|nothing else or you'll be all over the floor.
- What the hell's this?|- IR thermo-camera, what you asked for.
- I specifically said no liquid-plasma screen.|- That was specifically all I could get.
How can I do this without the right tools?
Gimme a break, man.|You think I go to K-Mart and get this shit?
Figure out something. You always do.
- Where's the honey?|- In the loch, training.
I told her I swim for an hour every day,|so she'll do it for two.
So, when is it we do the dirty?
Maybe we should wait a bit.
She's got a biggerjob after this one.
This is big enough, man.
It's never big enough.
- You are keepin' this strictly business, right?|- Strictly.
Have you ever bought a woman's dress?
It's for the job. For her.
I don't know her size.
Well, I'd say she's probably a six, but...
...she'd look real fine in a four.
I had this girl, Tina. She said the dress made|the woman. I say the woman makes the dress.
That's a lovely story.
But could you get the dress?
Mac, you're too old for this shit.
This mask thing better be worth it.
Oh, it is.
It better be worth it for "me".
Our gear has arrived.
Who brought it?
Delivery man.
- You order this stuff from a catalogue?|- No, I order it from someone I trust implicitly.
There's lots more, if you're not too tired.
Left a bit. Left a bit. What is it?
- It's 15.|- Good. Now...
Straight back, straight back.|Go on, take it out. Back.
There you go. There.|Yeah, straight back now. Keep it taut. Taut!
There. That's it. Ah, finally!
Good. Well done.
- Five decibels.|- Still too loud.
- One and...|- Bang.
- Two and...|- Bang.
- Three and...|- Bang.
Four and...
Oh, yeah. Bang.
- The bangs must be with the clock's chimes!|- OK, I forgot, I forgot!
Knees together. Down, down, tuck.
I'll watch the mask.|You keep your mind on your movement.
No, no, no! These are the lasers! Hm?
I am your eyes. So you keep yours closed,|because you can't see. Mm?
But I'll be watching|every move on our screen.
Come on, move! You have three minutes|till the guard gets here!
Up... Good!
Better. Left leg. Left!
- There you...
I need a break!
You'll get a break... when you get it right!
Number one!
Two and...
- Bang.|- Three and...
- Bang.|- Four and...
- Bang.|- Five and... inflate!
Well, what's this?|It's supposed to be one second!
- You're supposed to open the valve full!|- I did open it full! Look, it's open!
All right, very well! I'll rectify it later. Hm?
Lever. Seven. Drop.
- Eight.|- Deflate.
Well done!
I did open it full, OK?|You can go over there and check.
Come on!
This is where I'm gonna enter into them.
Then I'll come up through the first beam.|The hardest part.
I'm just gonna... You see? Right here.
Once I get under the first beam, I'll be fine.|So don't worry about me, OK?
Once I have this on the computer, I can|visualise it. I can do this blindfolded now.
- Is this absolutely necessary?|- Yes.
- Because you won't be able to see them...|- And you will. Right.
Trust me.
We're ready!
I'll tell you when we're ready.
You forgot the damn pressure switch,|didn't you?
Jesus! You just can't help it, can you?
- Help what?|- Being such a nasty son of a bitch.
This is how it has to be.
- But if you can't deal with it...|- Hey, Mac? Bullshit!
You know what?|I think you're just afraid to be nice to me!
Merry Christmas!
- For me?|- Well, it's certainly not for me.
Open it.
I thought you were probably a six,|but would look very nice as a four.
It's beautiful.
Believe it or not,|no-one's ever bought me a dress before.
Well, it comes out of your share.
I didn't get you anything.
- Not necessary.|- No, no. I want to.
I won't be long.
I'll be waiting!
{y:i}Waverly Insurance.
Hi, this is Virginia Baker.|Hector Cruz on a secure line, please.
Didn't I say something about|checking in every day?
{y:i}I'm sorry, Hector, but I can't|{y:i}just pick up my cell phone here.
- I've been worried about you. Where are you?|- I'm staying with Mac, at his castle.
{y:i}- Spare me the details. Did he take the bait?|{y:i}- Yeah, big time. And he's got the Rembrandt.
Well...! Tilt bingo jackpot!
You wanna pick him up now?
{y:i}- We've got him for possession, conspiracy...|- But I can catch him with his hand in the till.
{y:i}- Grand larceny, 25 years to life.|{y:i}- You think you're up to that?
{y:i}- Hector, I know so.|- So give me the how and the when.
{y:i}- Look, I'll call you as soon as I know, OK?|- Is that a promise?
- Course it's a promise. Look, I gotta go.|{y:i}- OK, just wait a second. I wanted to...
- Hello?
- Ohh!
- Did you find what you were looking for?|- Ohh!
- God, you scared me!|- You know what they say about fear.
- The only remedy's to cut off the head.|- Really?
Beautiful view, isn't it?
It helps me to see things more clearly.
You know, I never come up here|without dropping something off.
Go ahead, then.
We leave in two hours.
You're the most beautiful crook|I've ever seen.
Why, thank you, kind sir.
So I'll recognise you.
I wouldn't wanna go home|with the wrong man now, would I?
It "is" a masked ball.
We all go as someone else.
Ten-thirty in... three...
...two... Now.
We should pay our respects|to the guest of honour.
Shall we?
One, two, three, four, five.
And... north.
One, two, three.
Dum-de-dum, dum-de-dum.
Oh, here we are.
- 15 seconds.|- Going hot.
Seven... six...
...three... two... And one.
And two.
And three.
- And four.
- And five.
- Six.
- And seven.
- And eight.
- More air.|- Nine.
- More.|- Ten.
- Eleven. It's too loud!|- More!
{y:i}Good. You've got three minutes on the guard.
Balance. One point.
Now lift.
Two minutes on the guard.
Extend. Now turn.
Up a little more.
Now bend the knee.
75 seconds.
You're blocking the beam. I can't see it.
Got it covered.
Clever girl.
Now, remember the damn pressure switch!
Good girl.
{y:i}35 seconds.
Preparing pressure switch|neutralisation device.
Now get out of there - fast!
- Let me have the mask.|- Here he is!
Now this is where we play Truth or Dare.
First we start with truth, huh?
You work for Hector Cruz|at Waverly Insurance, hm?
...I dare you to lie to me.
- I don't know what you're talking about.|- What!
The job was a cover!|That's how I got the code.
No, no, no, you're playing both sides.
You're gonna sell the mask|to Conrad Greene, then turn me in.
- No, I need you for the job.|- There is no otherjob!
There is! It's worth over...
And don't tell me it's worth a hundred million.
It's not. It's, it's... You're right, it's not.|It's worth over a billion.
And that's just your share!
I'm not lying!
I can't do this job without you, Mac.
Please come with me to Kuala Lumpur.
Can you just decide soon, please?
Four, three...
...two, one.
Your time's up. You said you would tell me|what the nextjob is in 24 hours.
It's a bank.
And I didn't say I'd tell you any more.
Isn't it beautiful here?
Banks have never really been my thing.
Think a billion dollars and change your mind.
- I just don't like surprises.|- Trust me, there won't be any.
Trust "me". There always "are" surprises.
I must say, it's, uh... very homey.
Why, thank you!
Of course, when I said bank...
...I didn't mean just any bank.
A room with a view!
- I give you the world's tallest building.|- And we're going to steal it?
Home of the International Clearance Bank...
...which I'm sure you know controls all big|money transactions in Southeast Asia.
- Do I have your attention now?|- Undivided.
Here, the headquarters of the International|Clearance Bank in New York.
Running from there are hackproof,|firewalled, dedicated lines... computers in its branch offices|around the world.
The only access is from|central control in New York...
...or from the totally secure computers|in the branch offices.
In Kuala Lumpur,|only one man has unlimited access.
{y:i}Lee Kuan Hong, Chairman of the International|{y:i}Clearance Bank of Kuala Lumpur.
Vaults are accessed by two things: A key code|and a completely unfakeable retinal scan.
- Morning, everyone. Nice day, uh?|- Hi.
Which we're gonna fake.
{y:i}Right now, our Chairman,|{y:i}with a face full of Mace...
{y:i}... is getting his eyes checked...
{y:i}... with a little help from|{y:i}Conrad Greene's guys...
{y:i}... hopefully.
- With me so far?|- All the way.
Now, because of the millennium bug,|our friends at International Clearance...
...will be running integrity tests,|which they're rehearsing as we speak.
- Prepare test shutdown for Sydney in...|{y:i}- Just before midnight, local time...
{y:i}... they'll shut down the mainframe|{y:i}in each zone for 30 seconds.
- Sydney is shut down.|- Run test program.
Now we need those 30 seconds|to patch into the mainframe.
We then need ten seconds of one-on-one time|with the computer, to download...
..."the stuff".|- How do we acquire those ten seconds?
We steal 'em.
{y:i}The transmitter I left behind simply overrides|{y:i}the signal of the atomic clock. So...
...from 11pm tomorrow night their clocks gain|a fraction of a second every minute...
...and we gain our ten seconds.
And what is this "stuff" we are downloading?
Cunningly disguised in there is a disk|that took me five years to make...
...cooped up in my broom closet|at Waverly Insurance.
It tells the ICB computer to transfer|relatively small amounts of money...
...from hundreds of corporations all over|Southeast Asia into my account.
- "Our" account.|- Yeah, our account.
Eight billion dollars in total.
You said "one" billion.
Mm-mm. I "said" that was your share.
What can you do with seven billion|that you can't do with four?
Hold the record.
Sounds rather lonely.
No. Alone is good.
- You want a beer?|- Thank you.
- We'll need three weeks to prepare.|- What?
- Minimum.|- No. It has to be tomorrow night.
No way.
You don't understand. It has to be|millennium midnight or it's never.
Then it's never. It's impossible.
OK. Fifty-fifty.
You heard.
It's impossible.
But doable.
Ladies and gentlemen, we are|now standing over 700ft above sea level.
Our skybridge is the longest|and highest in the world.
It stretches over 300ft to the opposite tower.
It is supported, as you can see,|by four flexible steel pillars.
The lights are being hung|for our millennium party tomorrow.
Over 40,000 light bulbs|will make this truly a sight to remember.
So, what have we here? We have the goggles|with the chairman's retinal scan.
And we have the chairman's|access card to the 86th floor... the bag.
Anything else I need to know?
Confucius, he say:|Don't use cannon to kill mosquito.
Well, now that I've shown you mine,|it's your turn to show me yours.
- Well, here she is.|- Oh, goody, goody, goody!
Bring it to Papa.
Oh! A thing of beauty, huh? Ajoy forever!
And where's the mask?|I want my mask. Come on!
Oh! So you're working|with MacDougal on this, huh?
I would suggest that you have|a little těte-á-těte with your partner.
If he's still in the country.
In the meantime,|I'll hold on to the access card and goggles.
Conrad, you've gotta believe me.|I had no idea.
- I swear to God, I'd never do this to you!|- Don't...! Don't pout at me, you little bitch!
- Come on, Conrad.|- Get out of here! Get out!
Get out! Just get out! Get outta here!
Baby, I'm glad to see "you"!
I'm calling it off.
You take this.|I'll get the Rembrandt for you later.
- What you sayin'?|- She's over her head. It's not happening.
What about the big, giant, huge job|you were all cute about in Scotland?
Now you wouldn't be tryin'|to cut a brother out of anything?
- There's nothing to cut you out of.|- Sit down, Mac.
Sit down.
I said, sit the fuck down.
You know, Mac, I think it's time|to take your girlfriend out of the equation...
...and get down to the you-and-me of it all.|- She's not my girlfriend.
See, I'm gettin' this little Yoko vibe, like all of|a sudden your girlfriend's the one in control.
Now, you change partners,|you change the rules.
And the rules are... Mac does the job.
I watch Mac's back.
You don't call off nothin' unless I say so.
Where is it, you bastard?! I trusted you!
- You bastard! I trusted you! I trusted you!|- Gin! Hey! Gin!
Where is it?!
Why'd you take it?
Get up! I know you're faking!
Where'd you go?
- Why'd you take it?|- I was going to sell it.
Then why didn't you?
Because... I... couldn't do it.
Why not?
I knew that if I told you to forget this job...
...get the hell outta here... wouldn't do it, would you?
- Hm?|- No.
Mm. Right.
- Were you worried about me, Mac?|- Well, yes.
- Were you?|- I was worried about both of us.
- Don't be.|- Hm.
Whoops, sorry. Forgot about the rules.
Have you ever broken 'em, Mac?
- Not once?|- No.
Alone is... good, eh?
No. Bullshit.
I hate alone. Alone sucks.
- Really?|- Yeah.
Hey... Gin...
Mm! Gin!
- Gin... Gin.|- What!
My situation is... complicated...
...I can't...
...I can't explain.
Well, can you try?
I'm sorry.
Yeah, I love you, too, guys.
Hey! What are you doing! Get off me!
What are you doing here?
Oh, I read in the newspapers|that the mask thing's gone down.
I don't hear from my trusty agent,|so naturally I worry.
I call the hospitals, I call the morgue...
...and, finally, I call the airlines.
I'm a man badly in need of news here,|Miss Baker. Help me out.
You want news, Hector? The news is, I don't|appreciate you blowing my cover like this.
He's planning ajob that's|gonna make the mask look like...
You don't believe me? Fine.|Then pull me in and pick him up.
Why would I pull you in when you|seem to be getting so close to Mac?
Oh, jeez!
- This was business, Hector!|- Business...
Are you sure there's nothing else|you wanna tell me?
Look, give me until tomorrow.|I promise you, you'll have it all.
Can I go back to work now?
Don't lose her.
Guess she didn't appreciate my pictures.|Did I tell you, or did I tell you?
- She's screwin' you both, man.|- She says it's business. I believe her.
Yeah, she's probably on her way to Mr Mac|right now to do a little "business".
Don't do that. You do not do that!|You do not speak like that! You do not!
Hector, baby! There ain't no need|to get all up and hard, my man!
Now I said I'd make this trip|worth your while.
You better be right.
All you gotta do is listen to old Thibadeaux.
I've never felt so underdressed in all my life.
OK. The dish should be coming on-line.
Every minute, from now to midnight,|we steal a tenth of a second...
...from our friends|at the International Clearance Bank.
They're still there.
So, uh, be careful, OK?
- Gin...|- No, don't... Don't say a word.
Hey, have you seen a guy in blue overalls?
Four to Base. No, I'm sorry, sir, I lost him.
I don't know. Just somewhere|between the stairs and the truck. Yeah.
Boys, this is Chief Inspector Yeng San, and|Mr Cruz from Waverly Insurance, New York.
They have a special interest|in some guests tonight.
Elevator. One minute.
This one's not working.
I'd use "that" one.
Do try to put a smile on your face, dear.
So, this is your international art thief,|Mr Cruz?
He doesn't look very dangerous, does he?
Not yet.
And now...
Now time stands still.
Excuse me.
- Did you see where they went?|- 70th floor, sir.
- Watching the fireworks, probably.|- Do you have cameras up there?
- Of course.|- Would you mind?
- I can't find them, sir.|- What do you mean?
Sir, I... I just can't find them.
There are 2,000 cameras in this building!|Find them!
Listen, I don't mean to intrude,|but these people are very, very smart.
If they've disappeared, it's because they|mean to. Is there any art in this building?
- And the Bank Clearance House?|- Nothing but a big computer.
Something doesn't smell right.
Well, Mr Cruz, on the say-so of you|and your friends in the FBI...
...I have a lot of men on standby here.|What "would" smell right to you?
I think you should pick them up.
Sonic pulse.
Five milliseconds.
- Now, put your feet down...|- Between the pulses, I know.
Now... three...
...two, one.
- Two.|- ## De-dee-dee-dee... #
- Three.|- # De-dee-dee-dee... ##
- Four.
Nine... ten.
Fingerprint brush.
Kill... mosquito...
- Cannon...|- Don't use a cannon to kill a mosquito.
- Confucius.|- You "are" good.
This is "it"? Whatever happened to money?
- Gimme the goggles.|- Stuff you can get your hands on.
Oh, God!
This is why I don't do banks now. There used|to be bars of gold, safety-deposit boxes...
I mean, where's the good old-fashioned loot?
The loot, my dear... right in there.
20 seconds.
Prepare to go off-line in KL in...
...five, four, three...|- This is for real, people.
...two, one, go.
- They're ten seconds early.|- Why are Americans always in a hurry?
- Ten seconds in.|- FDZ complete.
Approaching... fifteen.
- Here we go!|- Clear!
- All clear.|- Ten seconds.
- Five, four, three...|- Three seconds, people.
...two, one...
We're clear.
Happy New Year, Malaysia!
- Ten, nine, eight...|- Come on!, six...
...five, four, three...
...two...|- Two.!
- We did it!|- Happy New Year!
Happy Millennium!
That was perfect.
Ah, Gin...!
The disk!
- Get me the spanner!|- The what?
The wrench!
If they find that disk, we're dead!
The door!
I can't stop it, Mac!
Armed Response Unit, Code Red.
Leave it! Come on!
- Elevator five's on the move, sir.|- Who's in it?
- It's empty.|- No...
I think they're still in it. Look.|They freeze-framed the camera. See?
Shut it down.
There's always a surprise.
Suspects in the vicinity of floor 50.
OK, Mr Cruz, your friends are rats in a trap.
- Where to?|- Service elevators.
Get out! Out! Out!
Try the stairs.
Get back!
Hang on.
Got a better idea.
Temper, temper, Mr MacDougal.
Confirm suspects on floor 50,|heading south away from the gas.
They'll think we'll try to avoid the gas, so|keep your eyes closed and take a deep breath.
Get back.
- What's this?|- Plan B pack.
- For what?|- If we need it, I'll tell you.
Now, if we can get across the vent shaft,|we should be OK.
Across where?
Let's go.
Move it!
Keep moving!
Come on!
Oh, God!
Gin! Watch out!
Gin! We're nearly there! Move it!
Come on!
Oh, God!
Next stop, vent shaft.
{y:i}Armed police!|{y:i}Put your hands above your head!
{y:i}- Do not move. Remain where you are.|{y:i}- SWAT team to the roof.
{y:i}SWAT team to the roof.
Let's go, let's go!
Move, move, move!
If you can't feel alive now, you never will.
{y:i}Control, we have a clean shot. Do we take it?
{y:i}- I repeat, do we take it?|- Negative, Team Leader. Negative.
Do you copy?|I want these people alive and kicking.
Go! Get up into the shaft!
Come on!
- Plan B. Turn around.|- What?
Turn around.
This is a mini-chute.|But it only works for the updraft.
- I'm not going without you. We go together.|- No, no, no, too heavy. We'd drop like stones.
So when will I see you again?
Meet me at 6.30 am, Pudu train station.
You'd better be there, OK?|Promise me you'll be there.
I will be there. I'm never late.|If I'm late, it's because I'm dead.
Now... cord.
My God! Mac!
- Agh!|- Oh, I'm sorry! I'm sorry. Are you all right?
So what's wrong?
Wrong? Nothing's wrong.|Everything is the... way it has to be.
- What?|- Virginia Baker?
- Special Agent Aaron Thibadeaux, FBI.|- Come on!
You're under arrest for grand larceny.|You have the right to remain silent...
Anything you say can be used|against you in a court of law.
Thanks, Mac. You got your one minute.
You're a cop.
No. Well, not exactly.
Thibadeaux, believe it or not,|is FBI. And two years ago...
...he caught me and, uh, cut a deal.|The deal was that... I had to deliver you.
They've been onto you for quite a while.
- And Cruz knew, too?|- No, he's just found out.
I don't get it. Why didn't you pick me up|before? What were you waiting for?
Well, at first I, uh... well,|I wanted to see if you could do it.
Bullshit! Come on!
And I wanted to see if I could do it.
Weren't we partners?
I can't believe you'd do this to me.
Well, you'd better believe it! Hm? It's all over.
I gave them Greene,|the Rembrandt, the mask...
...and the full seven billion.
What do you mean, seven?
So you'll just have to make do with one, hm?
- I thought you said one minute.|- Relax, Hector. He knows what he's doin'.
Now, plan C.
In your pocket, you'll find an envelope.|A passport, visa, money.
Where you go from here is up to you.|And you'll still hold the record... alone.
- I don't understand. Why are you doing this?|- Well, believe me...
...I was prepared for everything, except you.
Mac! Time's up!
Come with me.
...your life, it's all ahead of you.
Mine... this is all I've got.
No. You've got me.
You got me.
Listen carefully. In your other pocket...
Let's do it.
- Move and I blow his head off!|- Everybody, just be cool.
- Nobody move! No-one moves, OK?|- Fellas, put your weapons down.
- You, too, Hector! I'll kill him if you move!|- We'll get her at the next stop.
Bye, Mac.
She's headed toward the next station.|Move! Move it!
- No guns! Get out of here!|- Move it! Move it!
You know, I don't know|"what" just went down here...
...but I'm gonna see that you're busted|outta the Bureau for it.
- It ain't over, Mac.|- I believe you.
Well, Mac, this looks like|the end of a terrible friendship.
But you still owe me for today.
I always pay my debts.
Four prototype superchips.|Value: Five million dollars each.
Hope she was worth it.
Oh, she was.
I'll be seein' you, Mac.
I don't think so.
OK, Bob, let the people back on the platform.
Bring me a damn car.
How did you do it?
I jumped trains mid-station.|When the train slowed down, I just...
- It was perfect.|- Was it now?
You know what, Mac?|I don't wanna hold the record alone.
- No?|- I need your help on anotherjob.
- The Crown Jewels or something?|- No! Come on, too easy!
I was thinking of... Well...|I know this guy in South Africa.
Diamonds, diamonds, diamonds! The biggest|diamonds you'll ever see in your life!
Have I told you how much I love diamonds?
- Mac!|- What!
So, what do you think?
- About what?|- About my idea.
It's doable.
- Ohh!|- Oh, I'm sorry! I'm sorry!
{y:i}## We both know #
{y:i}# That the harder we try #
{y:i}# Can't understand it #
{y:i}# We're so caught up in the reasons why #
{y:i}# Station to station #
{y:i}# And we couldn't even say their names #
{y:i}# I realise it's just a game #
{y:i}# I... #
{y:i}# Had lost my faith #
{y:i}# Long ago #
{y:i}# I can see #
{y:i}# That if I #
{y:i}# That if I stay close to your side #
{y:i}# That all of these pressures now #
{y:i}# I know they will subside #
{y:i}# You know, if ever you need me, yeah #
{y:i}# All you gotta do is fall #
{y:i}# But I hear you say that #
{y:i}# You got it all #
{y:i}# I... #
{y:i}# Had lost my faith #
{y:i}# Long ago #
{y:i}# I... #
{y:i}# Had lost my faith #
{y:i}# Long ago #
{y:i}# Strangers, so it seems #
{y:i}# I lie here for your touch #
{y:i}# And what I'd like to know #|{y:i}# is why do I want you so much #
{y:i}# You say that it's just a game #
{y:i}# All through my life #
{y:i}# I have waited for you, yeah. #
{y:i}# I need to know now, I need to know now #
{y:i}# Have you waited, too? #
{y:i}# Are you feeling what I'm feeling? #
{y:i}# Oh... #
{y:i}# I... #
{y:i}# I... #
{y:i}# Had lost my faith #
{y:i}# I... #
{y:i}# Had lost my faith #
{y:i}# Long ago #
{y:i}# I had lost my faith #
{y:i}# Long ago ##
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