Con Air

- And why not?
- No way was she gonna meet her daddy...

in a prison visitor room surrounded
by home-made cookies and--

and love-starved murderers.
- No way.
- What you got here is a walking,
talking reason to rehabilitate.

So today let's exemplify
our three operative words--

firm, fair and vigilant.
Now, let's go to work.
We off-load six in Carson City,
the rest are sheeted to Feltham.

Good. Let's go deal
with the DEA boys.

- You know this guy?
- Haven't had the pleasure.

He's a piece of work,
a real piece of work.

Duncan, good to see you.
She sure is beautiful.

Hey, beautiful? Sunsets are beautiful.
Newborn babies are beautiful.

This, this is
fucking spectacular!

Duncan, this is Vince Larkin.
He's overseeing the transport.

Duncan Malloy, DEA.

Nice to meet ya. I'm sure
we're gonna have a good time
working on this together.

- Hey, Willie.
- Boys!
- How ya doin'?
- What's up, Chief?

- You know each other?
- Vince Larkin.
- Sims, DEA. Good to meet you, Larkin.

This is our file on your man,
Francisco Cindino, son of Eduardo...

prime mover of narcotics
from Colombia.

It's gonna be
an all-star flight.

This kid's a potential fountain of
information about the family business.

- Eleven and a half okay?
- Yeah.

Look at him.
Nice college boy, right?

We interrogated him for months.
He gave up nothing.

This is our last chance
before the FBI gets him.

Over my dead body
those assholes get the glory.

We pick up Mr Cindino
in Carson City.

From then until the plane hits Alabama,
we've got two hours to get him to talk.

We got you a seat right next
to him, and he's known to be...

somewhat garrulous
in the company of thieves.

What the fuck is garrulous?

That would be loquacious, verbose,
effusive. How about "chatty"?

What's with dictionary boy,

Thesaurus boy, I think,
is more appropriate.