The clip kevin being born from The Kingdom (2007) with Kevin Brief, Ali Suliman
Yeah, come on! Come on!
Here we go.
Here you go, man.
Hey, guys, you might want to move back!
Is this what you're looking at?
Give it up!
Come on, move it!
We need a hit. Come on!
Here we go. No-hitter.
Come on. Do your worst.
Hello. How are you today, Sergeant?
Sun is shining. Wind is blowing.
How bad can I be doing?
And this is the skateboard that my Grandma Ruth gave to me.
This is my fish Jaws. And he's a really neat fish.
And this is the day that my daddy says is the happiest day of his life.
Can you tell us about that day, Mr. Fleury?
Yeah. You guys want to hear it? You want to hear the story?
Do you want to hear about that day? Well, I'll tell you what.
This is December 4
and we were at the hospital all day and most of the night.
And we was waiting on this little man to come out.
And then all of a sudden the doctor showed up and said, 'He's not coming out.'
'We got to go in and get him.'
Like a search team, right? So what she did was...
You sure I can tell this story?
Yeah, go ahead.
So what happened was, is they took a tiny little knife
then cut right underneath the belly button,
and they opened her up
and then took her hands and stuck them all the way in her belly and disappeared.
The clip kevin being born Part 2 from The Kingdom (2007) with Jamie Foxx
And she was in there just rustling and rumbling and looking for something.
Then she started pulling and pulling and pulling and pulling
and she was pulling, and all of a sudden she stopped!
Then she looked at me and said, 'Mr. Fleury, are you ready
'to have your world rocked?'
And I said, 'Well, I guess so.'
And so she starts pulling and pulling and all of a sudden a head popped out.
And I looked down and I said, 'Kevin!' And then he looked back at me
and he said...
And that was...
That was the happiest day of my life.
Say that again!
The clip team briefing from The Kingdom (2007) with Jamie Foxx, Chris Cooper
The initial attack,
involving a suicide bomber and at least two gunmen...
...was apparently designed to lure...
FBI, Washington D.C.
...followed by a massive secondary explosion.
Numbers so far, 100 plus killed, 200 plus injured.
Target was a softball game.
The killers wore Saudi police uniforms. Special...
Special Agent Fran Manner was killed.
Grant? Take a stab at the bomb sizes.
From the craters it looks like they used a high explosive, possibly military grade.
Twenty, thirty pounds of P.E.T.N.
That's something that they have.
Semtex or C-4 if they could get it.
That there. God knows.
That crater looks like a plane dropped a 500-pounder.
Sir? I, already know the answer to this, but is there any chance in hell
we get to go over there and use our hands?
If you already know the answer, why ask the question?
Just thought I'd ask.
Look, we're not seeing this kind of planning and execution
anywhere else, are we?
I mean, these ain't hot-wired artillery shells
waiting for Humvees to roll by.
These hits are coordinated.
The planning, timing in big, broad-daylight, balls-out ugly.
So fucking greedy.
Do we know if they used the uniforms in the other two attacks?
No, as far as I know this is the first time for that.
Then you're saying now they got access to Saudi uniforms?
I mean, baby Jesus!
Is anybody taking credit? Anybody seen anything on the web?
Haven't heard anything. Tom, you got anything?
We haven't found anything yet.
How do we know it's not Saudi on Saudi?
Could be. If it's Saudi, then it's quite probably the work of Abu Hamza.
The clip team briefing Part 2 from The Kingdom (2007) with Jamie Foxx, Jason Bateman
Osama wannabe. Lived in Iraq. Afghanistan.
Sir, not to beat a dead horse,
but if there was ever a time for us to put boots on Saudi sand,
I mean, don't you think this is it?
There's no way, Adam. They will never allow it.
Then let's just ask.
The Saudi Royal Family cannot appear as if they're losing control.
If they lose control of their country, lose control of the people,
they risk losing control of the oil.
And that is not gonna happen.
'We are in agreement with the Saudi security assessment
'that any additional American presence on kingdom soil represents reckless risk.'
Oh, come on, risk?
What's that? That's not a reckless risk?
You hang tight. I'm gonna go get access.
Keep your bags packed. Keep your phones on.
Some of you are gonna get some calls.
The clip bazooka from The Kingdom (2007) with Chris Cooper, Jamie Foxx
Move, move, move.
The clip the history from The Kingdom (2007)
After capturing most of the Arabian Peninsula
with the help of the Wahhabi Islamic warriors,
Ibn Saud establishes the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
The Wahhabis were fiercely anti-Western.
They want to go back in time
to a pure Islam that wasn't threatened by the West.
It was by chance that we discovered oil.
We were looking for water.
Despite criticism of foreign presence in the Kingdom,
the King allows commercial oil production to begin.
The result is the first union
between Saudi Arabia and the United States.
To accommodate the workforce
the first Western housing compounds are created.
The strict Islamic laws enforced outside of these walls
do not apply inside.
West and East came together in Egypt
when President Roosevelt and Ibn Saud, King of Arabia...
They want America present there in the kingdom
because we are their security.
The Saudi elite became notorious big spenders and lost credibility
and respect among religious conservatives.
In response to the U.S. Support of Israel in the Arab-Israeli War,
Wahhabi Muslims pressured the Saudi monarchy to stop pumping oil.
Those who control the flow of oil
hold the Western world hostage.
Oil was an American national security priority.
The embargo redefined the balance of power
between the oil consumers and oil producers.
Iraq's battle-trained army swept across Kuwait's borders at first light.
As a Saudi national, Osama bin Laden offered his services
to the Royals.
He told them he could
bring his army from Afghanistan
to repel the Iraqi invaders from Kuwait.
But the Saudis had a better offer.
A half-million troops from the United States.
The clip the history Part 2 from The Kingdom (2007)
His offer rejected,
Osama took to the streets and mosques to denounce the U.S.,
the Royal Family and their unholy alliance.
Osama bin Laden this week
again lashed out at the Saudi Royal Family.
We were tracking bin Laden since the early '90s.
We stripped him of his citizenship.
When it became clear that 15 of the 19 were Saudis,
that was a disaster. A total disaster.
Because bin Laden, at that moment, had made, in the minds of Americans,
Saudi Arabia into an enemy.
We are with you to get to...
The perpetrators of this cowardly attack.
How dare they say they are Muslim!
This is a nation where tradition and modernity
are in violent collision.
The Al Qaeda is thought to have been behind the bombing.
A team of F.B.I. agents prepare to investigate the attack in Saudi Arabia.
The latest terrorist attacks showcase the great division
between the pro-U.S. Monarchy and the extremist Wahhabi militants
within the kingdom.
The clip the terrorist attack from The Kingdom (2007)
The clip the terrorist attack Part 2 from The Kingdom (2007) with Ali Suliman
Get out of the car! Get out of the car!
On the floor!
Shame on you.
Please do not panic, everything okay.
Come. Follow me, please. Come with me.
Come. Follow me, please. Come with me.
There is no God but Allah, and Mohammed is his messenger.
All glory to Allah.
The clip the second attack from The Kingdom (2007) with Jamie Foxx, Kyle Chandler
Are you getting this yet?
Slow down. I'm at Kevin's school. What's going on?
Riyadh. We got a lot of bodies down here, Ronnie.
Hold on, I'm going outside. I can't hear you. Where exactly?
The Al Rahmah Western Housing Compound.
Oil company employees. They hit the compound picnic.
Broad fucking daylight.
They blew up a goddamn softball game, Ronnie.
I mean, kids and everything.
An hour ago. Get them away from there!
An hour ago. One bomber. Shooter crew for diversion.
Over there! Jesus Christ.
Fran, you okay?
Get them on the far side.
Yeah, I'm fine. Listen to me, Ronnie. You got to get out here.
Do you understand me? You got to get out here.
Don't take no for an answer.
All right, I hear you. I hear you.
They're not gonna say no.
Hey. Look, Daddy's got to go to work. All right?
We're gonna do ceramics.
We're gonna do what? Ceramics?
Well, we'll do ceramics when I get back, okay?
Who was that?
That was Uncle Fran.
Uncle Fran? What happened?
Some bad things happened.
A lot of bad people out there?
Yeah. But you are not one of them.
How old were you when your hat was that small?
The clip the second attack Part 2 from The Kingdom (2007)
Come on, buddy. You got to get up.
We got work to do.
Well, we got to clear out this perimeter. We got to...
We got to preserve some of this evidence.
Get Jack and Steve to cover on the far side.
The clip questioning a suspect from The Kingdom (2007)
The clip questioning a suspect Part 2 from The Kingdom (2007)
Everyone's terrified, so nothing moves.
The clip wanting to go to saudi arabia from The Kingdom (2007) with Kelly AuCoin, Anna Deavere Smith
You and your team aren't going anywhere
and this meeting's just a circle jerk, Ronnie.
Attorney General Young is gonna go through the motions
because protocol says we get an appeal.
We'll be on record, but you expect nothing more.
I met with Prince Thamer at Saudi Embassy
15 minutes after hearing this morning's news.
And after speaking with Thamer,
I advised withholding additional U.S. Personnel,
because a large part of the religious justification
for these bombs is the presence of current U.S. Personnel.
More boots on Saudi soil
is only gonna make an already combustible situation
that much more so.
My two cents.
The Saudis have not asked for F.B.I. help. They've done the opposite.
This is just going to further complicate an already deteriorating situation
with one of our few remaining allies in the Middle East.
Rock solid logic.
Well, we would like to be on the record as saying the F.B.I. would like
an Evidence Response Team on the ground in Riyadh now.
Doesn't your team in that country represent exactly the kind
of target that these masters would die for?
They'd trade 10 of their own for one of you.
Not to go after criminals because they might try to harm you
is really not a policy of the F.B.I.
See, we try not to say uncle.
Let me put it to you another way.
Al Qaeda lost the first phase of this war.
And they know it.
So a new zero-sum phase has begun.
'If you're a Westerner or a moderate Arab
'and you won't join us, we will let loose the truly talented murderers.'
Men like Abu Hamza.
These are operational commanders
who plan, organize, train, brainwash, preach extreme violence.
These are the men we're fighting.
Now, as far as the public's concerned
let's try to view this through F.B.I. agents' eyes.
Is that clear?
Sir, how do you suppose this is viewed through F.B.I. agents' eyes?
The clip wanting to go to saudi arabia Part 2 from The Kingdom (2007) with Danny Huston, Jamie Foxx
I said, in this situation, how do you feel this is viewed
through our eyes?
It's a variation of vengeance.
When one of your own is killed, agents lose their analytical skills.
Kind of like a...
We don't do it in 36 hours, we can forget it.
Agent Fleury, Agent Mayes,
I appreciate your passion. Quite spirited.
If you were running the F.B.I., you might turn it into Patton's Third Army.
Might be a good idea, I don't know.
The clip visiting fran manner's son from The Kingdom (2007) with Jamie Foxx, Jeremy Piven
My daddy used to fly a helicopter up in Saudi Arabia.
Is that right? Now, where would he sit?
Would he sit either here, or would he sit over there?
No, he used to sit right here.
And you want to know a secret?
My daddy died in Saudi Arabia.
Yeah. Your daddy died in Saudi Arabia.
You know your daddy was my friend, right?
So that means that now you're my friend.
So, since we're friends you promise to take me flying
when you know how to fly this helicopter?
What sound does it make when it takes off?
Yeah, like that, huh?
That's when it's coming in.