Rock The CD1
We can't hold out much longer, sir!
General Hummel, you've gotta get us outta here now!
I won't let you down. I won't let you down, son.
Goddamn it, sir! How long do we have to wait? I've lost 15 men already!
Sir, they're lightin' us up like a firestorm!
This is General Hummel. You gotta get my men outta there!
We don't have clearance to go behind enemy lines, sir.
They're not coming for us, are they, sir?
Congressman Weaver and esteemed members...
of the Special Armed Services Committee.
I come before you to protest a grave injustice.
It has to stop.
I miss you so much.
There's something I've gotta do, Barb.
Something I couldn't do while you were here.
I tried. You know I tried everything.
And I still don't have their attention.
Let's hope this elevates their thinking.
But whatever happens...
please don't think less of me.
Marine, inform the garrison C.O...
that General Hummel's coming on board with a security inspection team.
Yes, sir. Sir, it's an honor having you, sir.
Ya know, at least we can get some--
- A long time before guard meeting, huh? - Yeah, I'll tell ya.
I got the access card. We've got 30 minutes 'til those darts wear off.
The access card, sir.
Let's do it.
2400 magazine check.
- Man, it's wet out there! - Check me through, will ya?
- I want 16, Major! - Move it!
Evac! Seal the door!
- No! - Come on, man! - No! - Seal it!
- No! - Seal it! - Help!
Let me outta here! Oh, God! Let me outta here! Oh, God!
Let me out! Let me out!
Clear out. Get outta here!
Let's move out.
Two more cc's of acetylene chloride.
- That'll be five dollars, lsherwood. - You suck.
You guys have too much time on your hands.
Yes! She's here! Bring it to me now. Thank you, Phil!
What's that? Why'd you get it sent here?
Carla wouldn't approve. She thinks it's dumb to spend $600 on an L.P.
Carla's right. Why don't you just spend $13 on a CD, man?
First of all, it's because I'm a Beatlemaniac.
And second, these sound better.
Could be serious. Could be sarin gas.
A dog out of JFK caught a whiff of something in this package...
postmarked to a Bosnian refugee camp.
It could be detergent, or it could be sarin gas.
Bosnian refugee camp?
Half a million Serbians reside in the U.S., Marvin. Serbians don't like Bosnians.
You guys wanna get suited up?
- You bring the cockroaches? - Got 'em.
We have air lock, Stanley. You're all set to go.
October 1, 0900 hours.
Agent Stanley Goodspeed, Agent/Trainee Marvin lsherwood...
initiating exam of wooden crate.
Suspicion of sarin gas inside.
- Marvin, sarin is a-- - G.B. aerosol.
That is correct.
Now, let's see. We have some dirty magazines.
Stone Age Cave Girls in the Raw.
Kinky. And, uh-- Not a good sign.
Hello, little baby doll.
- Hi there, Stanley. - Marvin! - Marvin, don't!
- Hi, Stan. - Shit! Move back! Move back!
- I want the exhaust. - Hang on, guys.
We'll have that room clear in 50 seconds! You're gonna be okay.
Okay, I've got some bad news and some really bad news.
The bad news is that the gas is corrosive and it's eating our suits.
- It's all over my hand, man! - The really bad news...
is there's enough C-4 explosive and poison gas to blow the whole chamber...
-and kill everybody in the building. -Detonation too heavy. -Everybody, out of the room now!
Seal us inside.
- Where are the sprinklers, Lonner? - The acid's eating my su--
It's eating my fucking suit! All right? Shit!
- Just wash us off! - Where are my sprinklers?
We're working on it. It's coming. It's just a flow problem.
Well, that's a pretty big friggin' problem, Lonner. Fix it now!
- We're working on it! How much time do you have on that detonator? - A minute ten.
- Look at this! - We're gonna have the room clear.
- Tell 'em to take the atropine, now! - The atropine, lsherwood.
- What? - Where's my water, Lonner? One minute!
- Marvin, the atropine, now! - Inject it in your heart before your suit melts.
Make him take his dose.
- Where's that water? - Get that away from me!
Come on, Phil, fix it for Christ's sake!
- Take the atropine now, Stan, for Christ's sake! - We're fucked.
The poison's mixing.
What the fuck are you waiting for, Stanley? You take the fucking needle now!
- Fuck! Shit! Oh, fuck, shit! - Forty seconds!
If that suit melts-- If you die, we all die!
Inject your heart and then diffuse the bomb!
- Come on, just do it, Stan! - Shit! What if I miss my heart? I can't see shit!
-Do it now! -Look how big this is. You want me to stick this into my heart?
- Are you fucking nuts? - The sprinkler's coming! It's coming!
Okay, here we go, man!
How much time left?
We're not gonna make it.
Oh, come on.
Get me the fuck out of this gas chamber!
I almost stabbed myself in the heart with this thing.
Please lock me away
- Stan? - Hey, darlin'.
Here inside where I hide with my loneliness
I had such an interesting day today.
Yeah, I had kind of an interesting day myself.
Oh, okay, you go first.
Oh, just some terrorists decided to send a little care package, box of goodies...
which had to be neutralized before blowing up the office.
So I took the rest of the day off.
Glass of wine, little guitar. Just relaxing.
- Wow! - I mean it, honey. The world is being Fed-Ex'd to hell on a handcart.
I really believe that anyone who's even thinking about having a child in this world...
is coldly considering an act of cruelty.
I know, I'm rambling, I'm complaining. I'm sorry.
- What's your news, baby? - I'm pregnant.
- Really? - Yeah.
-Wow! -Is that all you're gonna say, is "wow"?
- You're pregnant? - Three weeks.
How do you know? I mean, h-how do you know?
Blue! Just turned blue so I went to the doctor.
- Well, you didn't mean what you just said, did you? - When?
Uh, just right now when you were talking about bringing a child into the world...
and having it be an act of cruelty.
-I meant it at the time. -Stanley, at the time? You said it seven and a half seconds ago.
Kind of a lot's happened since then. Look, we're not even married.
- I know. It's funny you should mention that. - It's funny?
- Do you love me? - Of course I love you.
- Will you marry me? - Whoa! Whoa! Wai-- Hey, Marriage Police, pull over!
Come on, Stanley. I'm proposing to you right now.
The Rock is the most famous and was the most feared prison ever built.
Is it really true that there's never been an escape?
Ah, that's true. From 1936 until '63 when the prison closed...
there were 14 attempts.
No one is believed to have made it to shore, alive at least.
No, uh, h-h-hey, hey, fellas. I'm sorry, but tourists are not allowed back here.
- I don't really give a shit! Do you give a shit? - No.
- Come here, fruity. - Move!
- Hey, girls? Hi. You all havin' a good time? - Yeah.
Will you do something for me? It's really, it's really important.
I need you to tell your teacher that you need to get back on the boat and go home right now.
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Broadway!
This cell block housed...
the most awesome scum in America.
Ladies and gentlemen, l, Ranger Bob...
cordially invite you to become inmates of Alcatraz, temporarily, of course.
On the line!
Pretty tight quarters, aren't they, huh?
Like being a caged animal.
Spend a couple of years in there--
- What's the matter, fellas? Something wrong with the tour? - The tour's over, Bob.
What kind of fucked-up tour is this?
General Hummel, Captains Frye and Darrow reporting, sir.
Welcome to The Rock, gentlemen. Land the choppers on the back side and deploy as planned.
- Aye, aye, sir. - Aye, aye, sir. Move out!
I'm not allowed to carry a gun.
Oh, you're not allowed to carry a gun? I got a goddamned gun.
If I'd have known this was gonna happen, I'd have brought my motherfuckin' gun! Help!
All right, gentlemen, this'll be our new home. Tom, I want my command center right here.
- I want Coms up. - Roger that, sir.
Put the satellite over there. I wanna be up at 1600.
Let's move it.
- Systems up. - Possible penetration point in the shower room.
- We're setting anti-intrusion. - I brought a personal touch, sir.
It's an anti-motion trembler device. It's custom-made.
Nobody knows about it and nobody expects it.
- What's it do? - We head-fake 'em with the laser beam.
And then if they disturb Mr. Backup here, we own 'em.
Ladies and gentlemen, you're being detained against your will.
For that, I apologize.
It is not our intention in any way to harm you.
You will not be detained one minute longer than is necessary for us to complete our mission.
Attention on deck!
Stand easy, men.
Make no mistake about it, gentlemen, we are now in harm's way.
For Major Baxter and l, this is the last campaign in a career datin' back to Tet '68.
Likewise for Captain Hendrix, Gunnery Sergeant Crisp,
who cut their teeth under my command in Desert Storm.
Captain Frye, Captain Darrow, this is my first operational situation with you and your men.
And I have to say, thus far your conduct reflects your reputations.
- Thank you, General. - Thank you, sir.
We have achieved our position through poise, precision and audacity.
To this we must now add resolve.
We'll be branded as traitors, the gravest capital crime.
Punishable by death.
A couple hundred years ago...
a few guys named Washington, Jefferson and Adams...
were branded as traitors by the British.
And now they're called patriots.
In time, so shall we.
God willing, in less than 48 hours...
you will evacuate this island in gunships under cover of hostages and V.X. gas warheads.
Your destination: a non-extradition treaty country.
You will each be paid a fee of $1 million for services rendered.
But you can never again set foot on your native soil.
- Can you live with that? - Yes, sir!
The men of Marine Force Recon...
are selected to carry out illegal operations throughout the world.
When they don't come home...
their families are told fairy tales about what happened to them...
and denied compensation.
Well, I have choked on these lies my entire career!
Well, here and now the lies stop!
God be with all of you. Man your positions, men.
This is FBI Director Womack.
Director, be advised.
Eighty-one, I say again,
81 civilians are under my control as of this moment.
81 civilians are under my control as of this moment.
You are to take measures to assure this remains a need-to-know classified fact.
Who is this?
Mr. Director, you have a very serious problem.
A battery of V.X. gas rockets is presently deployed...
to deliver a highly lethal strike on the population of the San Francisco Bay area.
-I will call again at 0100 hours to state my demands. -I want to know who I'm talking to.
This is Brigadier General Francis X. Hummel, United States Marine Corps, from Alcatraz.
- I'll cancel your reservations. - Get the Pentagon.
And call the San Francisco office. It seems Alcatraz was just reopened.
Last night General Hummel, using brutal but nonlethal force...
under the guise of a security exercise, walked off with 15 V.X. poison gas rockets.
He lost one of his own men in the process.
That's General Hummel in Vietnam. I think he was a major at the time.
Three tours in Vietnam, Panama, Grenada, Desert Storm.
Three Purple Hearts, two Silver Stars...
and the Congressional Medal of--
Jesus! This man is a hero!
Well, I think "legend" might be a better description, Mr. Sinclair.
Well, now we can add kidnapping and extortion to his list of accolades.
Mr. Sinclair, General Hummel is a man of honor.
General, it's him.
Frank, it's AI Kramer.
Hi, Al, how you doin'?
I don't know, Frank. Ah, why don't you tell me.
Got a lot of very, very worried people here, Frank.
I'll come straight to the point.
Eight-three Force Reconnaissance Marines have died under my various commands.
Forty-seven in northern Laos and southern China.
Southern China? We never admitted we sent troops into China.
Who is this? ldentify yourself.
White House Chief of Staff Hayden Sinclair, General.
- How old are you, Chief of Staff Sinclair? - I'm 33.
Well, Mr. Sinclair, you've probably got no fucking idea what I'm talking about.
By your ninth birthday, I was runnin' black ops into China...
and my men were responsible f-for over 200 enemy kills.
Al, put some rigging tape over Mr. Sinclair's mouth. He's wasting my time.
Ah, you want to continue, Frank?
Remember Operation Desert Storm?
Those surgical hits made by our smart bombs, covered so well on CNN?
It was my men on the ground that made those hits possible by lasing the targets.
Twenty of them were left to rot outside Baghdad after the conflict ended.
No benefits were paid to their families.
No medals conferred.
These men died for their country, and they weren't even given a goddamn military burial.
The situation is unacceptable. You will transfer $100 million...
from the Grand Cayman Red Sea Trading Company account to an account I designate.
From these funds, reparations of $1 million will be paid...
to each of the 83 marines' families.
The rest of the funds I will disperse at my discretion.
Do I make myself clear?
Except for the Red Sea Trading Company. What is that?
- Identify yourself. - This is FBI Director Womack, General.
It's a slush fund where the Pentagon keeps proceeds from illegal arms sales.
Jesus, Frank! This is classified information.
You alert the media, I launch the gas.
You refuse payment, I launch the gas.
You've got 40 hours, 'til noon day after tomorrow to arrange transfer of the money.
I am aware of your countermeasure. You know and I know it doesn't stand a chance.
Hummel from Alcatraz. Out.
All right. We have to identify the hostages and contact each of their families.
Uh, tell 'em somethin'. Make up a story, and we've got to keep this undercover.
If this comes out, the city of San Francisco will be in chaos. I am talking anarchy.
Wait a minute, wait a minute. What is the potential casualty rate...
for a single rocket armed with V.X. poison gas, General Peterson?
- Sixty or seventy. - Well, that's, that's not so bad.
- Thousand. Seventy thousand dead! - Oh.
One teaspoon of this hits the floor, it's lethal up to a hundred feet.
One teaspoon of this shit detonated in the atmosphere...
will kill every living organism in an eight-block radius.
Get the point?
Uh, what did Hummel mean by your countermeasure, General?
Standard poison is countered by napalm. It burns it up, consumes it upon detonation.
Now, the problem with V.X. poison gas is...
that it's designed specifically to withstand napalm.
That's where, uh, thermite plasma comes in. General Peterson?
Thermite plasma incendiary systems can burn hot enough to consume V.X....
but they're still in the test phase; it's not operational.
Hummel knows this. We are dealing with one smart son of a bitch.
What's it gonna take to equip a flight of F-18s with thermite plasma...
within the next 36 hours?
- An act of God. - Excuse me?
All right, we can try.
But I strongly urge you to consider the use of this as a secondary initiative.
Then we have to go to our primary initiative. Uh, Admiral?
Sir, I'd like to bring in our SEAL ground commander, Commander Anderson.
Mr. Womack, who is your best chemical/biological man?
- Oh, that's interesting. - Oh, yeah. - That's very compelling.
- You like my pigtails? - Oh, yeah, the pigtails are very naughty.
Just the Amaretto cream with peach sorbet persuasion.
- This isn't happening. - No, Stan, don't answer it.
- This isn't happening! - No, just don't answer it. It's okay.
- I have to. It's the office, baby. They know I'm home. - No.
How could they possibly know that you're home?
It's the FBl.
Goodspeed. Uh, yeah. O-Okay, yeah.
I'll be, I'll be down, yeah, downstairs in ten minutes.
No, you won't.
- I have to go to San Francisco. - No, you don't.
Stanley, no, you do not have to go to San Francisco.
Are you kidding me right now? You need to stay here and talk to me about things.
-I've got to go, baby. -Oh! I am Catholic! Do you realize that?
I am pregnant and I am unmarried. And this causes a serious problem for me.
I cannot believe you.
I love you. I will marry you.
I just didn't plan on this, that's all.
- Come to San Francisco. - Really?
Yeah, I'm sure it's just a training exercise.
Check into the hotel. Order up some champagne.
- And we'll finish what we started? - Exactly.
- Baby, you're gonna marry me? - You know it.
You're gonna marry me!
- Oh, honey, come on. Just a really quick one. - Oh, oh, I gotta go now.
A nighttime airdrop incursion is out due to the full moon.
Likewise a frontal seaside attack.
If we're compromised and shots are fired, Hummel might launch.
Our only alternative is an attack from within the prison.
We penetrate the island through the tunnels under the prison buildings undetected...
and emerge in its center; that way we can jump the marines from behind.
And if we're lucky, take their rocket positions without a shot fired.
I don't understand. You-you've studied the architectural plans?
They're useless. Alcatraz has been ripped up and rebuilt for years.
- Under there is a maze of shit. - Well, there's no question, gentlemen.
We need firsthand intelligence of the tunnel systems.
- So what about the former warden? - Died in 1979.
All the guards we contacted were useless.
Um, there is someone who I think can help us.
- This is for the sake of national security. - No!
It's the sake of national security that got us here in the first place 33 years ago.
I knew! I knew someday this would come back to bite us.
Forget it! He does not exist.
He does exist! We just chose to forget him for 30 years.
- We locked him up and threw away the key. - Oh, and a lot of goddamn good it did us.
He broke out of two maximum-security prisons. And if he hits the streets--
He's not gonna hit the streets, Jim.
Thirty years ago he was a highly-trained SAS operative.
He is my age now, for Christ's sake!
I have to get up three times a night to take a piss.
We can't risk letting him out.
He's a professional escape artist.
- Gosh. Neat, uh-- - Yeah. - Neat, neat plane.
Dr. Goodspeed. James Womack.
- A pleasure to meet you, sir. - Welcome. - Thank you.
You come very highly recommended.
B.A. Columbia; M.A., PhD, Johns Hopkins.
Well, I'm one of those fortunate people who like my job, sir.
Got my first chemistry set when I was seven. Blew my eyebrows off.
We never saw the cat again. Been into it ever since.
What do you know about V.X. gas?
Liquid. Failed pesticide discovered by a mistake in 1952.
Uh, actually, it's kind of like champagne that way.
The Franciscan monks thought they were making white wine.
Somehow the bottle carbonated. Voila! Champagne.
- And then the whole thing just-- - The gas, Dr. Goodspeed.
It's very, very horrible, sir.
It's one of those things we wish we could disinvent.
This isn't a "train" exercise, is it?
No, Dr. Goodspeed, it's not a training exercise.
- Hello, sir. - Good morning, Director.
This is Ernest Paxton, agent in charge of the West Coast operation.
- Dr. Goodspeed. - Pleasure to meet you. - How do you do, sir?
It's been a fairly interesting day so far. The prisoner's here. Shall we?
Now, my boys, they haven't been able to find a file on this guy. Who is he anyway, sir?
His name is John Mason, a British national...
incarcerated on Alcatraz in 1962, escaped in '63.
I was under the impression that no one ever escaped Alcatraz, sir.
Paxton, don't argue!
This man has no identity, not in the United States or Great Britain.
He does not exist. Understand?
I want one thing: how he escaped The Rock.
Specifically the route he took through the island's bowels.
- The papers are in order, sir. - We're prepared to offer him a full pardon.
And Paxton, no strong-arming Mason. I know him too well.
Well, if you know him, then why don't you question him?
No, he'll remember me. I don't want his anger clouding the issue.
All right, I'll take care of him.
Mr. Mason, I'm Special Agent in Charge, Ernest Paxton.
In charge of what? Fucking me over for another three decades?
I don't know anything about your previous matters. I'm here because...
a special situation exists that we feel you might be able to help us with.
Well, what might that be?
I've been in jail longer than Nelson Mandela, so maybe you want me to run for president.
- Not exactly. - Mmm, a pity.
I feel rather like Alcamenes.
- Who? - Alcamenes. He was imprisoned by his king in ancient Greece.
-Like Sir Walter Raleigh. The same fate. -James the First.
Even someone as bright as you must be aware that, uh,
there's a certain pattern emerging here.
Yeah, I heard of him. Didn't he play hockey for the fuckin' Red Wings?
- That's the chap. - Get this straight, pops.
I don't like you any more than you like me.
But I'm here to make you a legitimate offer.
You wanna hear what I have to say or not?
By all means, dear Paxton. By all means.
We got a problem in a place that I think you know.
There's a hostage situation on Alcatraz.
- Hostage? - Eighty-one tourists.
The Rock has become a tourist attraction?
Why don't we cut the shit, huh? You know The Rock.
- You broke out. - Yes, successfully.
Yeah. So why don't you do yourself a favor while you're helpin' us?
I mean, it'd be nice to get out of jail while you're still vertical.
Hmm? While you got a little lead left in your pencil.
While I'm considering your offer...
I want a suite in the Fairmont Hotel.
You know I'm here to cut you a deal.
I am not here to bend over and take it up the ass from you.
Here. Here's a quarter.
Do yourself a favor. Call your lawyer. You're goin' back to jail.
- Y-You're sending him back to jail? - I'm not sending him anywhere.
I'm just givin' him somethin' to think about.
With all due respect, sir, I don't think we have time...
for him to just sit around and think about it.
- Oh, really? - No, Goodspeed's right.
- You go talk to him. - Me? - Yes.
- Sir, I'm not qualified for that. - You're an FBI agent!
- W-What is your specialty again? - Chemical weapons.
Don't mention that!
- You want me to lie? - Yeah, lie.
We got less than 24 hours. Give it a shot.
I'm an agent with the, uh, uh, F-Federal--
- Eh, well, my-- I'm Stanley Goodspeed. - But of course you are.
Well, at least he got his name right.
- Of course I am. Huh. - And you have an emergency.
And you need my help.
- Coffee. - No, no, I'm fine. Thank you.
Offer me coffee.
Oh, yes! Well, that was, in fact, gonna be my next--
Can we get a cup of coffee in here, please?
And offer to take these off.
Mr. Mason, really.
- All kidding aside. - As a gesture of your good faith.
- Prisoner requests to have his handcuffs taken off. - No, no, no, no.
Why don't you go ahead and have his handcuffs taken off, please?
Well, I guess that's one way to go.
This is a pardon and release contract from the Attorney General's office.
Now, it makes you a free man provided you cooperate.
So if you'll just, uh, sign...
uh, at, uh, where it says--
- "Signature"? - That's-- Yes. "Signature."
Well, timeo danaos et dona ferentis.
"l fear the Greeks even when they bring gifts."
Oh, an educated man!
That rules out the possibility of you being a field agent.
In point of fact, I am a field agent, Mr. Mason.
- Really? - Yes.
- In which field? - Antiterrorism.
Then you're trained in weaponry, explosives and mortal combat.
Then it's the Fairmont Hotel.
I want a suite, a shower, a shave...
and the feel of a suit.
May I also suggest, uh, a haircut?
- Am I out of style? - Unless you're a 20-year-old guitarist from Seattle.
- It's a grunge thing. - Grunge?
Yeah, well, uh, uh-- Okay, thank you very much.
All right. Call the Fairmont. Close the floor if necessary, but I want him sealed off.
And he gets two hours max.
-Great job, Goodspeed. -Why didn't you throw in a trip to Tahiti while you were at it?
- I'll deliver this to the Attorney General. - Uh, no, you'll give it to me. Give it to me, Reynolds.
And take Attorney Reynolds outside. There's a car waiting for you. Thank you.
That's a signed federal document, sir. Isn't that illegal?
You're not acquainted with the full facts, Goodspeed.
With all due respect, sir, I'd like clarification. I gave that man my word.
Damn it! You're on a need-to-know basis, and you don't need to know.
It's, uh, it's, eh, kind of curious, but, uh,
Sir Walter Raleigh, Alcamenes, Solzhenitsyn,
they, um, well, they were all wrongfully imprisoned.
Womack! Now, why am I not surprised, you piece of shit!
Eh, peace! Peace!
Hey, we're not home. Leave a message.
Hi, darling, it's, uh, it's me.
Uh, listen, don't come to San Francisco.
I repeat, do not come to San Francisco.
- Stanley, no! - Carla. - Wha--
- Carla. - Like hell I'm not coming!
Who's Carla? And why don't you want her to come to San Francisco?
You're on a need-to-know basis, and you don't need to know.
Watch it, he'll bite you.
Good. Mobile Command is fully operational.
Good. Mobile Command is fully operational.
- We'll be there in approximately two hours. - I'm not armed, sir. - Right.
- I am unarmed, sir. - Well, where's your issue?
I left it in my, uh, my sock drawer.
For what? You're a chemical freak.
No, I'm a chemical super-freak, actually. But I still need a gun.
Give him a goddamn gun.
Have you fired one of those things since the Academy?
- Wear some flowers in your hair - If you're going to San Francisco
Don't forget to wear flowers in your hair
- If you're going - If you're going
- To San Francisco - To San Francisco
- You're sure to meet some gentle people there - You're gonna meet
- Some gentle people there - And you come for--
If you're going to San Francisco
Uh, uh, room service?
Ah, listen. This is the penthouse. Do you do snacks, drinks? Huh?
- You the barber? - No. Stylist.
- Just clippers. No scissors. - No scissors? You've got to be kidding me, no scissors!
I mean, did they tell Picasso, "No brush"?
With scissors, this man could kill you.
I can't cut anyone's balls off with a trimmer now, can l?
Why don't we do this outside? Get some sun.
Oh, who did this to you? This is just not right. In fact, it's nasty!
Well, it's a grunge thing.
Well, it's some kind of thing.
Do you think we have time for a sea kelp protein pack and maybe some color?
Okay. Not very nice, is he?
No, he's not.
'Cause I'm leavin'
Hey, somebody ordered it. Can't let it go to waste.
- Don't know when I'll be back again - Don't you ever stop eatin'?
Not when it's free.
- We're supposed to be on duty. - Hey, don't worry. He's an old man.
The boss is watchin' 'im. Come on. Have-- Try some of this lobster.
-Mm-hmm. -My secretary here will settle the bill.
So what do you have in store for me, Womack, when this is over?
You'll get your life back, Mason.
But you could've given me my life back years ago.
- Why should I trust you now? - You've got my word.
Will you shake on it?
- Freeze, mister! - Oh, man!
Drop the gun, or I drop your boss.
You will not!
- He's getting very heavy. - Then pull him up.
Come on. Have a scallop. Come on. Catch.
You hoist him!
Help! Help! Help!
- Where's Mason? Where is Mason? - Help! Hang on!
- Where's Mason? - Mason's gone! - Gone?
Living room's clear!
Oh, my God! Oh, my God!
All units, this is Caretaker. We have a Signal Six. He's in the hotel!
Okay, I don't wanna know nothin'. I never saw you throw that gentleman off the balcony.
All I care about is, a-are you happy with your haircut?
Watch it, you fuckhead, you're gonna pull my arm out!
- Hey, watch it! - He's over there!
This is my Humvee. I don't want any dings, dents or scratches, or I'll have your ass. Hey!
Hey! Stop! Hey!
Hey, I was inside the bedroom with Jack Powell!
Hey, call the guard! Go!
Suspect is in a black Humvee, heading west on California.
Speed approximately 70 miles per hour.
Get out of the way!
I want a net put on this son of a bitch, you hear me?
This guy's hittin' every fuckin' thing in sight tryin' to block us!
I hope you're insured!
Oh, well, why not?
You're goin' down!
I'm only borrowing your Humvee!
Information? San Francisco?
Uh, Jade Angelou. That's A-N-G--
Welcome aboard, y'all. How y'all doin' today?
We're gonna crash! Save yourselves!
Oh, my baby!
Hey, man, you just fucked up your Ferrari.
- Oh, no! Baby's goin' down in flames! - It's not mine.
Neither is this!
Rabbit Proof Fence
Rabid Dogs - Cani Arrabbiati 1974
Raccoon War Pom Poko The CD1
Raccoon War Pom Poko The CD2
Raging Bull 1980
Raid 2003 CD1
Raid 2003 CD2
Raid On Rommel 1971
Rain Children The 2003
Rain Man CD1
Rain Man CD2
Rainy Dog - Takashi Miike
Raise Your Voice
Raisin in the Sun A
Raising Victor Vargas (2002) Deity
Ranch The 2004 Unrated Uncut Edition
Random Harvest 1942
Random Hearts (1999)
Rasen (The Spiral)
Rayon Vert Le (Rohmer 1986)
Real Cancun The
Real Fiction (Shilje sanghwang)
Real Women Have Curves (2002)
Rebel Music - The Bob Marley Story
Rebel Without a Cause 1955
Recess Schools out
Recipe For Disaster 2003
Red Dessert (Deserto Rosso) CD1
Red Dessert (Deserto Rosso) CD2
Red Dragon (Jet Lee)
Red Dragon 2002 CD1
Red Dragon 2002 CD2
Red Dwarf - 05x01 - Holoship
Red Dwarf - 05x02 - Quarantine
Red Dwarf - 05x02 - The Inquisitor
Red Dwarf - 05x03 - Terrorform
Red Dwarf - 05x05 - Demons and Angels
Red Dwarf - 05x06 - Back To Reality
Red Dwarf 02x01 - Kryten
Red Dwarf 02x02 - Better Than Life
Red Dwarf 02x03 - Thanks For The Memory
Red Dwarf 02x04 - Stasis Leak
Red Dwarf 02x05 - Queeg
Red Dwarf 02x06 - Parallel Universe
Red Dwarf 03x01 - Backwards
Red Dwarf 03x02 - Marooned
Red Dwarf 03x03 - Polymorph
Red Dwarf 03x04 - Bodyswap
Red Dwarf 03x05 - Timeslides
Red Dwarf 03x06 - The Last Day
Red Dwarf 04x01 - Camille
Red Dwarf 04x02 - DNA
Red Dwarf 04x03 - Justice
Red Dwarf 04x04 - White Hole
Red Dwarf 04x05 - Dimension Jump
Red Dwarf 04x06 - Meltdown
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Off the Map
Red River 1948
Red Sorghum 1987
Red beard 1965 akahige CD1
Red beard 1965 akahige CD2
Regarding Henry 1991
Regle Du Jeux La
Reign of Fire
Remains of the Day The CD1
Remains of the Day The CD2
Remember Me CD1
Remember Me CD2
Remember the Titans
Remember the Titans (Standard Edition)
Replacement Killers The
Replacement Killers Who Am I
Requiem for a Dream
Requiem from the Darkness Episode One
Requiem from the Darkness Episode Two
Rescuers Down Under The
Resident Evil Apocalypse
Respiro grazias island 2002
Resurrection of the little match girl CD1
Resurrection of the little match girl CD2
Return To Me
Return To Paradise (1998)
Return of The King The
Return of the Dragon
Return to Sender
Return to the Blue Lagoon
Returner (Takashi Yamazaki 2002) CD1
Returner (Takashi Yamazaki 2002) CD2
Reversal Of Fortune (2003) Korean
Revolution OS 2001
Rhapsody In August 1991
Richard III - CD1
Richard III - CD2
Ricordati Di Me CD1
Ricordati Di Me CD2
Riding in Cars with Boys
Riget I (The kingdom) 1x01
Riget I (The kingdom) 1x02
Riget I (The kingdom) 1x03
Riget I (The kingdom) 1x04
Ring 0 - Birthday 2000
Ring The CD1
Ring The CD2
Ring of Bright Water
Rio Bravo 1959 CD1
Rio Bravo 1959 CD2
Rio Lobo (1970) CD1
Rio Lobo (1970) CD2
Rio das Mortes (1971)
Riso Amaro (1949)
River Wild The
River of no Return The 1954
Road Movie CD1
Road Movie CD2
Road To Perdition 2
Road Trip (Unrated Edition)
Road to Perdition
Roaring Twenties The 1939
Rob Roy 1995
Robe The CD1
Robe The CD2
Robe The CD3
Robin Hood (Disney)
Robin Hood - Prince Of Thieves 1991 CD1
Robin Hood - Prince Of Thieves 1991 CD2
Robin Hood Men in tights
Robocop Directors Cut 1987
Rock The CD1
Rock The CD2
Rock The CD3
Rocket Brothers (2003)
Rocky Horror Picture Show The
Roger and Me 1989
Roman de Renard Le 1930
Romancing The Stone 1984
Romeo Is Bleeding 1993
Romeo Must Die
Romeo and Juliet CD1
Romeo and Juliet CD2
Rookie (2002) CD1
Rookie (2002) CD2
Room with a View A CD1
Room with a View A CD2
Rose Red (Stephen King) CD1
Rose Red (Stephen King) CD2
Rose Red (Stephen King) CD3
Roughnecks - The Starship Troopers Chronicles (1999)
Royal Engagement CD1
Royal Engagement CD2
Royal Tenenbaums The
Royal Tramp (Stephen Chow)
Royal Tramp 2 (Stephen Chow)
Rue Des Plaisirs (2002)
Rugrats Go Wild
Rules of Attraction The
Ruling Class The 1972
Rumble Fish 1983
Rumble in the Bronx CD1
Rumble in the Bronx CD2
Run 2 U
Run Silent Run Deep
Running Out Of Time
Running Out Of Time 2
Running Scared 1983
Rurouni Kenshin TV 1-9 2000
Rush Hour - New Line Platinum Series
Rush Hour 2 (2001) CD1
Rush Hour 2 (2001) CD2
Rusians Are Coming The Rusians Are Coming The CD1
Rusians Are Coming The Rusians Are Coming The CD2
Russian Ark (Aleksandr Sokurov 2002)