The clip mr-shaw-under-house-arrest from Tower Heist (2011) with Ben Stiller, Alan Alda. Powered by: Anycli...
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a federal judge released Arthur Shaw on $10 million bail,
on condition he remain under house arrest at his penthouse apartment
on Central Park West.
Mr. Shaw, I need a statement from you.
You need to back off.
Can I get a comment please, Mr. Shaw?
You need to back off. Excuse me.
Here! Over here! Come on, Shaw! Right here! Shaw!
Shaw, can we get a picture?
Over here, Mr. Shaw!
We're taking Shaw and his attorney up to the penthouse.
I need Mr. Shaw's personal security code.
That was my street address on Steinway Boulevard in Astoria when I was a kid.
My client would like access to the gym on 43.
Even serial killers get 15 minutes of exercise a day.
He has my permission to jump out the window.
The rules of Mr. Shaw's house arrest are simple.
Kovaks, no visitors without prior permission from the FBI.
All incoming and outgoing mail gets vetted by my office.
All food deliveries, packages,
cleaning, repairs, all that has to be cleared by the agent on duty.
You tell your staff that this penthouse is now
a maximum security prison and it will be guarded as such.
The FBI is in control of the elevator and this floor.
What the hell is this?
Agent Denham, that is a 1963 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso,
owned and raced by the coolest cat who ever lived, Steve McQueen.
This was his baby,
and now it's my baby.
You got Steve McQueen's car parked in your living room?
And here I thought you were an asshole.
I paid a million for it 10 years ago.
I wouldn't sell it for 10 times that.
We're 65 stories up. How do we get it out of here?
This car was taken apart piece by piece
and reassembled inside this room.
This car will eventually be sold at auction
with the rest of your belongings.
Only if I'm guilty, Agent Denham, which I'm not.
If you leave this apartment for any reason without my say so,