The Bourne Legacy (2012)
Drone Spec: What kind of weapon system is this guy operating?
Dita Mandy: He's probably got a rifle.
[Drone operators exchange incredulous glances]
Byer: It's a high-powered rifle.
Retired Adm. Mark Turso, USN: Is it possible?
Ezra Kramer: Possible? We had Bourne six weeks ago in Moscow. He was on foot, wounded, with a full Cossack posse up his ass. Somehow, he walked out of there. I've kind of lost my perspective on what's possible.
Dr. Marta Shearing: Are we lost?
Aaron Cross: No, I was just looking at our options.
Dr. Marta Shearing: Oh, I was kinda hoping we were lost.
Aaron Cross: [to Dr. Shearing] Now, I've got a plan, and it's just not that complicated. What I'm going to do is wait for the next person to show up to kill you. Maybe they can help me.
Aaron Cross: We have less than eight minutes to clear out of here, okay?
Dr. Marta Shearing: Yes.
Aaron Cross: Good. Beacause the next thing coming though that door is going to wipe us out.
Dr. Marta Shearing: Well, if you're going to reprogram human genetic material, you need a delivery system, and nothing works better than virus. It's like a suitcase.
Dita Mandy: LARX is a beta-2 stem program. Amped mission fidelity, minimized empathy.
Terrence Ward: It's Treadstone without the inconsistency, Outcome without the emotional noise.
Zev Vendel: It's looking very strong for us.
Dita Mandy: We have never seen evaluations like this.
Retired Adm. Mark Turso, USN: This went from something I don't know about to something on the drawing board, and now you're telling me it's up and running?
Byer: It's up and running. Consider yourself informed.
Byer: We are the sin eaters. It means that we take the moral excrement we find in this equation and we bury it down deep inside of us, so that the rest of our case can stay pure. That is the job. We are morally indefensible, and absolutely necessary.
Retired Adm. Mark Turso, USN: You were given a Ferrari and your people treated it like a lawnmower.