Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000)
Christopher Eccleston: Raymond Calitri
[when Calitri turns on the car crusher, Memphis points a gun at him]
Memphis : Shut it off!
Raymond Calitri : You got 30 seconds to consider your options.
Memphis : [screaming] SHUT IT OFF!
Raymond Calitri : One, you kill me, they kill you, your brother dies anyway.
Raymond Calitri : Two, you lie, you accept the job, you run, I hunt you down, I kill you, I kill your brother, and I kill your mother for the aggravation you cause me. Three, you accept the job, you steal some cars, you make some money, and you be a big brother.
[Memphis surrenders; One of Calitri's goon turns off the crusher]
Raymond Calitri : 8 a.m. Friday Morning. The cars are on the boat, or your brother's in the coffin.
Raymond Calitri : [over the phone] Time's up Atley. I've got 49 cars. That's one less than required. Bring the kid and we'll settle this.
Atley Jackson : Which kid is that?
Raymond Calitri : Oh, The Cincinatti Kid, Billy the Kid. Which kid do you think I meant?
Atley Jackson : Oh gee, I think you mean Kip Raines.
Raymond Calitri : Well, gee, I think you're right.
Atley Jackson : You know what? The funny thing happened: That little son of a bitch evaded me.
Raymond Calitri : Find him, Atley.
Atley Jackson : What if I can't find him?
Raymond Calitri : Then big brother takes the fall for the slipup. It don't matter much to me. One Raines is as good as another: It never rains but it pours.
Atley Jackson : Son of a - ! Ju - Well, I guess you can thank your big brother. I think he just took your place under the guillotine.
Raymond Calitri : I try to learn your ways, understand your obsessions. But this baseball, it's so bleedin' boring, isn't it?
Raymond Calitri : They threw us out of England, they threw us out of France, so here we are. Flourishing, really, except for the minor inconvenience of despising everything about your country.
Raymond Calitri : [aiming a gun] Who are you?
Det. Roland Castlebeck : I'm a police officer. You don't want to do that now.
Raymond Calitri : Yeah, I do.
Det. Roland Castlebeck : Listen to me. You walk out of here with me, you've got some options. You kill me - now you think about this, I'm a police officer - your life will be over.
Raymond Calitri : No, you've got that the wrong way around. If I kill you, *your* life's over. Not all bad, though. Your funeral will be on the telly. Everybody out there, pressed and dressed. Guard of honor, twenty-one gun salute, and the stars and stripes draped all over your coffin.
[tightens his finger on the trigger]
Raymond Calitri : It'll be the greatest day of your life...
[Memphis appears and kicks Calitri over the rail]