The clip ill-make-it-right-sir from Tower Heist (2011) with Ben Stiller, Alan Alda. Powered by: Anyclip. an...
The clip ill-make-it-right-sir from Tower Heist (2011) with Ben Stiller, Alan Alda. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
You know what's considered the greatest move in the history of chess, Josh?
A man named Frank James Marshall
was losing to a man named Levitsky in 1912,
world championship in Helsinki.
And it looked like Marshall had no chance until he moved 23 queen G-3.
He deliberately sacrificed his queen
and the move was so shocking and surprising
that Levitsky never got over it.
He lost the game two moves later.
And the move became known in the annals of chess as the "Marshall swindle."
I'm a very good chess player, but I'm no swindler.
What you did to my Ferrari was the move of a small man.
But now it's my move, and I'm not sure how I want to play this.
All I'd like to say, Mr. Shaw,
is someday I'm gonna find a way to make things right.
I don't care what I have to do,
I will find a way to pay you back
for everything that has been done.
Good, because I know how difficult it must be for you
to lose a service job like this at your age.
And one day when all this is ancient history, I hope you can come back,
maybe not as a building manager at first,
but somewhere where you can start over, earn our trust.
A doorman, for instance.
Now go home and practice your chess game.
I'll study the "Marshall swindle," sir.
Anybody can sacrifice their queen, Josh.
The real trick is getting away with it.