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The clip goodbye to new life from The Family Man (2000) with Nicolas Cage, Téa Leoni Is it morning yet? No, honey. Go back to sleep. Take care, Annie. I'm going back to the mother ship. Hey. These past few weeks, I know I've done some... some unusual things. It's been interesting, that's for sure. I've done some good things, too, though, haven't I? You've been Jack Campbell, and that's always a good thing. I need you to remember me, Kate. How I am right now...
20 Nov 2011
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The clip kate is moving away from The Family Man (2000) with Nicolas Cage, Téa Leoni For Manhattan. Kate Reynolds. I need an address too. It's very fragile, so I want you to be very careful with it, okay? It's valuable. It's over 300 years old. You'll probably need a few guys to carry it. All right. The painting is also very, very old, so take extra care. It means a lot to Kate, okay? I appreciate it. Yeah? What? Are you from the moving company? I'm Jack Campbell. I'm an old... friend of Kate's. Kate, some guy is here. Did you call the airline like I asked you to do? It's like two hours... Jack. Kate. God, it's been a long time. You look... You look great. Thanks. I... Come on in. Come on in. I'm just doing some... Lori, do you know where those boxes... I'm sorry. No, no, no! You know what... Jack. Don't... Please. I don't even care. Oh, great. Thank you. What's going on? I'm moving to Paris. Hey, Lori, have you seen that box? It says "Jack" on it. I put it with the rest of the Salvation Army stuff. Do you want me to look for the box or call the airline, Kate?
20 Nov 2011
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The clip interview at old job from The Family Man (2000) with Josef Sommer, Nicolas Cage We're really more of a boutique operation, as you can see. But you're not interested in boutique dollars. I get it. He's expecting you, Mr. Lassiter. Alan, this is Jack Campbell, the one I was telling you about. Of course. Jack. Hi. Mr. Mintz. No, just call me Alan. We like to cultivate a very casual atmosphere here. I can see that. What can I tell you? Do you have kids? Uh, actually, yes. Two of them. Good ones. Great, great. Why don't you have a seat? Peter mentioned to me that you're an avid CNBC watcher. But he didn't say whether you had any actual Wall Street experience. Um, I was a sales associate at E.F. Hutton. A broker, really? And now you're in the tire business? That's right. And auto supply. In the retail end, I understand. We get about 60 percent of our business from automotive service. And do you mind me asking what kind of sales you did in the last year? Just ball park. We did 1.7 million in total revenue. 1.7. That's great. And what do you project for this year? I think we're gonna have a banner year. Sales are up almost 20 percent in the first quarter, and we just landed a major trucking company account. You did? That's great. So that puts you just a tad over two million? That's right. And that would make us number one in our market. Excuse me. I'm gonna get a glass of water.
20 Nov 2011
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The clip jack flips out from The Family Man (2000) with Nicolas Cage, Don Cheadle Frank, you won't believe what's been happening to me. Is Adelle here yet? Hold it right there. Where's Mintz? The building is closed, pal. You have to come back tomorrow. Frank, why do I feel the need to remind you that I'm Jack Campbell, President? I don't care who you are. It's Christmas, and like I told you, the building is closed. I don't think you heard me correctly. I'm Jack Campbell. Jack Campbell! President! Have a nice holiday, man. That's my car! Hi, Jack. You stole my car. I know this whole thing is really bizarre to you... and you're feeling quite shocked, but just hop in. I'll explain everything to you, okay? Come on. Come on. You're probably gonna wanna buckle up, Jack. This thing moves. What's happening to me? Breathe into the bag, Jack. This kind of thing makes a lot of guys have to throw up. I seen it happen before. So if you feel the urge, you roll down the window and do it out there. Try not to get so worked up, Jack. After all, you brought this on yourself.
21 Nov 2011
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The clip message from kate from The Family Man (2000) with Nicolas Cage, Josef Sommer Oh, and Oxford called. Ooh, my suits are ready. Care for a Lifesaver? No, thank you. Help yourself. Kate Reynolds. Her assistant said you could reach her at home after 8:00. Kate Reynolds was my girlfriend in college. I almost married her. You? Married? Almost married. And almost a broker at E.F. Hutton. Excuse me? She didn't want me to go to London. We're standing at the airport saying good-bye, and she asked me to stay. So you left her. Wasn't easy. Oh, stop it. I'm getting all weepy. I took the road less traveled, Adelle. And look where it took ya. I'm gonna get this gal on the phone. Nope. You almost married this woman. You're not even curious why she called? She's probably just having a fit of nostalgia. Lonely Christmas eve. Call the one that got away. Why call her back and mislead her? This happened a very, very long time ago. 8:35 on Christmas eve. Jack Campbell still at his desk. Now there's a Hallmark moment for you. Peter, I don't see you rushing home to trim the tree. That's because I'm a heartless bastard who only cares about money. Well, you know what? God love you for that. Got a call from Terry Haight. Bob Thomas is nervous. That'll happen when you're about to spend $130 billion on some aspirin. Somebody's gotta nurse him through this. Why are you staring at my breasts, Peter? I need you, tiger. Where is he? Aspen. Call Aunt Irma and tell her I won't be able to make it. You're a credit to capitalism, Jack. Hey, Peter, let me ask you a question. An old girlfriend calls you out of the blue on Christmas eve.
21 Nov 2011
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The clip old life gone from The Family Man (2000) with Nicolas Cage Tony, thank God! Sorry, pal. Entrance is for residents and guests only. What? What are you talking about? Jack Campbell, penthouse "C." What's the matter with you? Mrs. Peterson, I think there's something wrong with our man Tony here. Who is this man? Oh, come on. What is going on with you two this morning? Is this like a, uh... a Christmas joke? "Who is this man?" Well, we're on the co-op board together, Betty. And we fought side by side for garbage disposals. And every morning we exchange quasi-sexual witty banter. Ok? Shall I call the cops? I'm gonna call the cops. No, I'm gonna call the cops! You're scaring me. No, no, no, no. Thank you for not calling the cops. Now, I'm going upstairs, I'm gonna get some sleep. Then I'll be fine. Sleep you shall. Noblesse oblige isn't dead. Not yet anyway. Let's, um... Let's get you some help. Surely there's a shelter somewhere in this city. A shelter? Hey, hey, are you smacked out of your head? I'm the richest man in this building! I've got twice the square footage you have! And I'm going upstairs. Take a walk, pal. Oh, not cool. Not cool! You wanna get cute? Get cute. I'm gonna go to my office. I'm gonna file a complaint to the manager of the building. I'm gonna have you fired, Tony. And, Mrs. Peterson, you're on notice with the co-op board! So you better just stop whatever this is that you're doing!
21 Nov 2011
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The clip old life gone Part 2 from The Family Man (2000) with Nicolas Cage Oh, come on! Frank, you won't believe what's been happening to me. Is Adelle here yet? Hold it right there. Where's Mintz? The building is closed, pal. You have to come back tomorrow. Frank, why do I feel the need to remind you that I'm Jack Campbell, President? I don't care who you are. It's Christmas, and like I told you, the building is closed. I don't think you heard me correctly. I'm Jack Campbell. Jack Campbell! President! Have a nice holiday, man.
21 Nov 2011
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The clip fighting over suit Part 2 from The Family Man (2000) with Téa Leoni, Nicolas Cage Daddy's a crazy guy. No. No. Do you have any idea what my life is like? Excuse me? I wake up in the morning covered in dog saliva. I drop the kids off, spend eight hours selling tires retail. Retail, Kate. I pick the kids up, walk the dog, which, by the way, carries the added bonus... of carting away her monstrous crap. I play with the kids, take out the garbage, get six hours of sleep if I'm lucky. Then everything starts all over again. So what's in it for me? Wh-Where are my Mary Janes? You know, it's sad to hear that your life is such a disappointment to you. I can't believe it isn't a disappointment to you! Jesus, Kate, I could have been a thousand times the man I became. I could have been one of the richest... Forbes... How could you do this to me? How could you let me give up on my dreams like this? Really, I want to know. Who are you? All right, look. I'm sorry. I'm sorry I was such a saint before... and I'm such a prick now! But maybe I'm just not... the same guy that I was when we got married. You know what? Maybe you're not. Because the Jack Campbell I married would not need a $2,400 suit... to feel better about his life. But I'm telling you, if that's what it's gonna take, then buy it. Jesus! We'll take the money out of the kids' college fund. Forget it. We'll get a funnel cake. It'll be the highlight of my week.
21 Nov 2011
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The clip bad bowling from The Family Man (2000) with Jeremy Piven, Nicolas Cage What do you say, Jack? Show 'em how to do it, baby. Jack, we need a strike. Damn! Jesus, Jack. What are you doing? It's a league match. Where's your follow through? Where's your stance? You know what? I'm doing the best I can. It's okay, Jack. Why am I so competitive all the time? You can still pick up that spare. Crack 'em, Jack! Here we go. Hurt 'em. You're Jack Campbell. You're better than the sport. You shot the rapids in Kanai. You ran with the bulls in Pamplona. You've jumped out of an airplane over the Mojave Desert, for Christ's sake. You can do this. You can do this. Yes! Victorious! Huh? All right! High five! You're up. Go get 'em.
21 Nov 2011
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