Shoot 'Em Up (2007)
Julian Richings: Hertz's Driver
Hertz's Driver : Of all the squats in the city, how does he know Smith's in this one? Another lucky guess?
Man Who Rides Shotgun : Naw, he doesn't guess. He sees things we don't. He was once an FBI profiler.
Mr. Hertz : Forensic behavior consultant. My god, how many times do I have to tell you guys? Details make all the difference in this business.
[opens the door]
Man Who Rides Shotgun : Hey, uh, don't you think you should hang back, sir?
Mr. Hertz : The leader who stays in the rear, takes it in the rear. Besides, violence is one of the most fun things to watch.
Mr. Hertz : Stop the car. He was here.
Hertz's Driver : Come on, what makes you think he was here?
Mr. Hertz : Trust me, I know what people do and I know what people think. I always have. Even as a kid I had this gift, and you should have seen the playground hurt I laid down playing rock-paper-scissors.
[while his men are cleaning up the scene of the warehouse shootout, Hertz drags the corpse of the Baby's Mother to the car]
Hertz's Driver : I was going back for her, Boss...
Mr. Hertz : No, I got it. I'm not the head honcho who sits on his hands, warming them with his own exhaust, while everybody else does the work.