The clip late night call from Frost Nixon (2008) with Michael Sheen, Frank Langella
Okay, that is a cut.
In any deal, you need to know your opponent's breaking point.
To assess that, you might call them
late at night or at the weekend.
If they take the call, you know they're desperate.
And from that moment on, you know you have the upper hand.
Mr. Frost? Irving Lazar.
Swifty Lazar. I represent President Nixon.
What time is it?
No! Not at all.
I'm calling with regard to your request for an interview
and to say, having considered it,
my client is not necessarily opposed to the idea.
Really? Well, that's terrific news!
For God's sake.
I got $500,000.
Is that good?
Mr. President, it's a half a million dollars for a news interview.
Yeah? Well, what's the catch?
With Frost? None. It'll be a big wet kiss.
This guy'll be so grateful to be getting it at all,
he'll pitch puffballs all night
and pay a half a million dollars for the privilege.
Well, you think you could get 550?
I got 6.
The clip closing-in-on-the-castle from Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) with Eddie Marsan, Chris Hemsworth. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Release! (YELLS) Ready! Release! Release! COLL: Go, go, 90! The summit's breached! Back here, lads! Come on! Get back to it! Pull! Nion, get on that rope! COLL: Come on! Go on! BEITH: Quert! It's a massacre down there! Gort, on that rope! We must turn back!
The clip ravennas-death from Snow White and the Huntsman (2012) with Charlize Theron, Chris Hemsworth. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. (GASPING) You can't have my heart. (EXHALES) (BELLS RINGING)