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Con Air

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Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, John Malkovich, Steve Buscemi, Ving Rhames, Mykelti Williamson, Colm Meaney, Rachel Ticotin, Monica Potter, Landry Allbright, M.C. Gainey, Danny Trejo, Dave Chappelle
Released
1997
Ted Bundy | Jeffrey Dahmer | Drug Enforcement Administration
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U.S. Marshal Skip tells U.S. Marshal Vince Larkin, “Good, let’s go deal with the DEA boys.”
”Vince, Duncan Malloy, DEA.” (0:11)

Another agent introduces himself to Larkin: “Sims, DEA.”
Larkin: ”This is our file on your man Francisco Cindino, son of Eduardo, prime mover of narcotics from Columbia.” (0:12)

Larkin tells Sims, referring to eye contact, “In the pen it’s a sign of aggression.”
Referring to another convict: “Cyrus is a poster child for the criminally insane.” (0:14)

Convict Parker tells parolee Poe, “Pinball Parker, armed robber, arsonist, dope fiend.” (0:18)

Guard Falzon: “You see this kind of thing puts me in a foul mood.” (0:19)

Convict Bedford asks Grissom, “You lost your mind?”
Grissom: “According to my last psych evaluation, yes.” (0:27)

Sims, impersonating a convict, tells Pinball, “I’m DEA.”
Sims tells Cyrus, “I’m DEA.”
Cyrus: “You’re DEA?”
”You know, next time you choose a human shield, you’re better off not picking a two-bit Negro crackhead.” (0:28)

Pinball asks Cyrus, “You didn’t mean that dirty, nigger, crackhead shit, did you?” (0:30)

Pilot: “Crazy.” (0:32)

By radio Larkin tells Cyrus, “This is United States Marshal Vince Larkin and Duncan Malloy of the DEA.” (0:47)

Larkin tells Malloy and Skip, referring to Poe, “Got in a drunken brawl defending his wife, and he killed a guy.”
Larkin asks Skip, “When exactly did this become a DEA jurisdiction?”
Malloy: “The second a DEA agent was murdered.” (0:50)

Convict Greene, referring to Bedford: “He’s a font of misplaced rage.” (0:56)

Greene tells Poe, “Most murders are crimes of necessity rather than desire, but the great ones -- Dahmer, Gacy, Bundy -- they did it because it excited them.”
Poe: “They were insane.”
Greene: “What if I told you ‘insane’ was working 50 hours a week in some office for 50 years...? Wouldn’t you consider that to be insane?”
Poe: “Murdering 30 people -- semantics or not -- is insane.” (1:03)

Poe asks convict Jones, “Don’t you want to get high and get laid?” (1:10)

Larkin asks Poe, “If you can’t trust a South American drug lord, who can you trust, huh?” (1:14)

An older man tells Poe, “Drugs’ll end you son.”
Poe: “You just stay here, and don’t panic.” (1:20)

Greene defines irony: “A bunch of idiots dancing on a plane to a song made famous by a band that died in a plane crash.” (1:29)

Poe tells Cyrus, referring to his convict friend Baby-O, “The insulin, it made him crazy.”
”He’s flipped out. He’s nuts.” (1:31)