Taken (I) (2008)
Olivier Rabourdin: Jean-Claude
Bryan Mills : [after Jean Claude tries to shoot him] That is what happens when you sit behind a desk. You forget things, like the weight in the hand of a gun that's loaded and one that's not.
[Bryan pulls his gun and shoots Isabelle in the arm]
Jean Claude : Isabelle!
[Jean-Claude turns and shouts at Bryan in French]
Jean Claude : You asshole!
Bryan Mills : It's a flesh wound. But if you don't get me what I need, the last thing you'll see before I make your children orphans is the bullet I put between her eyes!
Jean Claude : Just like the old days.
Bryan : Would you have it any other way?
Jean Claude : Between you and me, no. But now that I sit behind a desk, the world looks different.
Bryan : You mean it looks boring.
Jean Claude : I mean different. Okay, a little boring. But is being retired any more interesting?
Bryan : It wasn't until my daughter disappeared in Paris yesterday. She and her friend were marked by a spotter at the airport. Albanians took her.
Jean Claude : How do you know this?
Bryan : I'm retired, not dead.
Jean Claude : And I assume you don't want to go to the police.
Bryan : I was told I have 96 hours. That was sixteen hours ago.
Jean Claude : Okay, first we should find the spotter.
Bryan : I found him. He's dead.
Jean Claude : You found him that way?
[Bryan stays silent]
Jean Claude : Bryan, you cannot just run around, tearing down Paris.
Bryan : Jean Claude, I will tear down the Eiffel Tower if I have to.
Jean Claude : Bryan, try not to make a mess!