In the Line of Fire

In the Line of Fire

Frank Horrigan: "I know things about people."

Hunter: "Was that you shooting?"
Leary: "Yes."
Hunter: "That's a cool gun you got there. Could I see it? Shit, that's light! What's it made of?"
Leary: "Composite. Like plastic."
Hunter: "Mind if I give it a little dance?"
(Leary shrugs. The hunter shoots a duck.)
Hunter: (That is great! That is really really great! You wouldn't want to sell it would you?"
Leary: "No, I need it."
Hunter: "For what?"
Leary: "To assasinate the president."
(Hunters laugh.)
Hunter: "Now what do you want to do that for, mister?"
Leary: "Why'd you kill that bird, asshole?"

Frank Horrigan: "What to do you see when you're alone in the dark, and the demons come?"
Mitch Leary: "I see you standing over the grave of another dead President."

Lilly Raines: "What makes you think he'll call back?"
Frank Horrigan: "Oh, he'll call back. He's got "panache"."
Lilly Raines: "Panache?"
Frank Horrigan: "Yeah, it means flamboyance."
Lilly Raines: "I know what it means."
Frank Horrigan: "Really? I had to look it up..."

Leary: "The irony is so thick you could choke on it."
Horrigan: "There's no fuckin' irony."
Leary: "Think about it Frank. The same government that trained me to kill trained you to protect. And now you're trying to kill me while up on that rooftop I protected you."

Mitch Leary: "Watching the President, I couldn't help wondering why a man like you would risk his life to save a man like that. You have such a strange job. I can't decide if it's heroic or absurd. Frank Horrigan: Now, why would a man like you risk his life to kill a man like that?"

Sam Campagna: "Frank, The President sent his limo for you."
Lilly Raines: "Well, that's the least he could do."
Frank Horrigan: "Good, I love public transportation."

Mitch Leary: "I have a rendezvous with death, and so does the President, and so do you if you get too close."
Frank Horrigan: "You have a rendezvous with my ass, motherfucker!"

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