The clip Printing money from Rush Hour 2 (2001) with Chris Tucker
so if I seem a little aggravated, I apologize.
You need to tell us what's goin' on.
The Triads and Reign think I'm a crooked customs agent.
Is that a payoff?
No. That's a sample.
You guys ever heard of the Superbill?
I heard of it. It's a myth. Some kind of counterfeit.
Honey, it's much more than a counterfeit.
Fourteen out of fifteen world banks can't even tell the difference.
The paper is Crane linen blend...
and the bills are printed on U.S. Intaglio presses.
You wanna tell us how they get into the U.S. Mint to use the presses?
In 1959, the United States was very friendly with the Shah of Iran.
Why? Because we wanted his oil.
Our government gave him a gift...
a U.S. Treasury intaglio printing press.
Now, it's the only one to ever leave the country.
Five years ago, Ricky Tan bought the press on the black market.
Five years ago?
That's right before he left the force.
Ricky Tan got hold of one-of-a-kind Swiss-made hundred-dollar plates...
and he started printing Superbills.
That's why Hu Li killed him... for the plates.
And they've printed and shipped one hundred million dollars.
There's only one way to spot a fake.
They use an optical transfer ink from India that burns red.
You see? Now, the real ink, it burns black.
You know, Carter, I believe you're asking the wrong question.
The real question is, where are the plates?
Because if we can find the plates, we can stop the whole operation.
Yeah, you're right.
Maybe this is where you can help us, guys.
Yeah. Carter, this is your city, right?
Yeah, this is my titty. I mean, this is my city.
Great. And Lee, you know Hu Li and the Triads, correct?
Can you do me a favor? Can you find out where Hu Li's keeping the plates?
That ain't no problem.
So welcome aboard, gentlemen.
From now on, you're officially working for the United States Secret Service.
Secret Service agent James Carter.
The clip the-next-move from The Wild Bunch (1969) with William Holden, Edmond O'Brien. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. What's our next move? I figure Agua Verde is the closest. Three days, maybe. We'll get the news and drift to the border. Maybe a payroll, maybe a bank. Maybe that damn railroad! That damn railroad you're talking about sure as hell ain't getting no easier. And you boys ain't getting any younger, either. We gotta start thinking beyond our guns. Those days are closing fast. All your fancy planning and talking damn near got us shot to pieces... over a few lousy bags of washers. Well, this was going to be me and Tector's last job before we quit and headed south! We spent all our time and money getting ready for this! You spent all your time and money running whores in Hondo... while I spent my stake setting it up! Hell, I should have been running whores instead of stealing army horses! While you was doing all that planning... me and Tector was getting our bell rope pulled by two... two, mind you, Hondo whores! And Pike was dreaming of washers! He was. You were matching whores... in tandem! What's that? That's one behind the other. That's right! That's what we was doing!
The clip results-of-the-mcdiet from Super Size Me (2004) with Morgan Spurlock, Stephen Siegel. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Lisa Howard, it's Morgan Spurlock calling... I don't know how many times we've called her now, but this has got to be the 15th time. Lisa Howard, Morgan Spurlock calling from New York. Please call me when you get this message. We'd still like to schedule an interview with someone from McDonald's. Please call me when you get this and let's talk about what's possible. You'll not talk to anybody, and you'll like it that way. After six months of deliberation, Judge Robert Sweet dismissed the lawsuit against McDonald's. The big reason? The two girls failed to show that eating McDonald's food was what caused their injuries. Interesting. In only 30 days of eating nothing but McDonald's, I gained 241/2 pounds, my liver turned to fat, and my cholesterol shot up 65 points. My body-fat percentage went from 11% to 18%, still below the national average of 22% for men and 30% for women. I nearly doubled my risk of coronary heart disease, making myself twice as likely to have heart failure. I felt depressed and exhausted most of the time. My moods swung on a dime, and my sex life was nonexistent. I craved this food more and more when I ate it and got massive headaches when I didn't. In my final blood test, many of my body functions showed signs of improvement, but the doctors were less than optimistic. I would very, very much doubt that these numbers will return to normal. Although it did drop, it was a small drop. If you kept on the diet, you'd definitely... I know that you'd probably develop coronary artery disease. ...inflammation and hardening of the liver. Should people eat fast food? No. You know, the answer's no. It certainly needs to be very restricted and balanced with, overall, a healthy diet and, overall, a lot of exercise. And there's no reason whatsoever why fast food has to be so disgusting. Fast food can be nutritious. It's a cheap form of food,