Safe House (2012)
Matt Weston: Are you going to kill me?
Tobin Frost: [Frost shoots the wall next to Weston's head] I only kill professionals.
Tobin Frost: Time's a-wasting. Tick tock, tick tock, tick tock, tick tock...
Matt Weston: I'm taking you in!
[Frost knocks him down]
Tobin Frost: I want you to take me in.
Tobin Frost: I think you need to consider how your safe house was attacked in the first place. That house was a secure location. Whoever crashed it, they were invited. Someone told them, someone you know...
Matt Weston: You're not gonna get in my head.
Tobin Frost: I am already in your head!
Tobin Frost: I'm not your only enemy tonight.
Tobin Frost: [offering sage advice] Don't kill innocent people, Matthew.
Tobin Frost: That house was a secure location. Whoever crashed it didn't stop by a gas station and ask for directions to the nearest safe house. They were invited. Someone told them, Matthew. Think about it. Someone you know, so you better ask yourself, can you trust your landlord?
Matt Weston: Go ahead. You're not gonna get in my head.
Tobin Frost: I already am in your head. They're going to isolate you, Matt. They're going to be real nice to you at first. They're going to put their arm around you and tell you things like, "You did a decent job, son. We'll take it from here." That's when you know you're screwed. Forget about me, they're going to focus on you. They're going to try and make a connection between you and I. So that if this all goes wrong, they'll have something to fall back on in their little Senate hearings. I'm not your only enemy tonight.
Daniel Kiefer: I'm here to make you aware of your rights... you have none, but you know that.
Tobin Frost: Six-hundreds.
[looks at waterboarding towels in bucket]
Tobin Frost: The towels, you need six-hundreds. Those are 350, 375-gram weight. You're gonna need six-hundreds.
Daniel Kiefer: [looking at waterboarding bucket] Khalid Sheikh Mohammed lasted 20 seconds.
Tobin Frost: They had six-hundreds.
Matt Weston: How am I supposed to get more experience by staring at four walls all day?
Tobin Frost: Remember rule number one: you are responsible for your house guest. I'm your house guest.
[on the run, advised to follow protocol]
Matt Weston: Protocol? There is no protocol for this?
Tobin Frost: You've done a fine job, Son. We'll take it from here. That's when you know you're screwed.
Carlos Villar: In the old days, a cheap bottle of Flor de Cana kept us happy all night
Tobin Frost: Mmm. Tastes change. People change.
Carlos Villar: People don't change. We grow old. And some of us adapt. And learn how to enjoy simple pleasures of life, like a family, a home. And for you... What's in that glass right now, for you, is as good as it's ever going to be. One day you'll understand. You got more past than future, you learn.
Tobin Frost: You practice anything a long time, you get good at it. You tell a hundred lies a day, is sounds like the truth. Everyone betrays everyone.
Harlan Whitford: People don't want the truth anymore, Matt. It's too messy. Keeps them up nights.
Tobin Frost: [to Weston] Do you want to be the guy that lost Tobin Frost?
Tobin Frost: [to Weston] That's why you and I exist. To take advantage of that. Of people's desire to believe and trust.
Matt Weston: [refusing to lower gun] I'm responsible for you.
Tobin Frost: [disarming Matt] You're responsible for yourself.
Tobin Frost: You're a good boy, Matthew. You know what you are?
Tobin Frost: I know what you're not... You're better than me.