Drop Zone (1994) Movie Script

- Hey, Evan.
- I got that stuff, man.
Here, kitty, kitty. Hey, you guys.
Come on. I got breakfast for you.
Come on, come on.
Here, kitty, kitty.
Agnes! Agnes, come on.
Hey, Buford. Look what
I got you for breakfast.
Nothin' personal, buddy.
You must be sick
of those two-month relationships.
You're not meeting
the right kind of woman -
a woman who'll run with the wolves,
keep you interested.
"Run with the wolves"?!
You're watchin' too much Oprah.
C'mon, Pete. A little excitement
is not gonna kill you.
Terry, I like women
nice, quiet and dumb.
Not like that Mongolian feminist
you set me up with.
OK! Wait a minute! All right!
- Who is it?
- Who's who?
- Who is she?
- What?
This always comes down to your wife
trying to set me up with somebody.
So who is she?
- This is your brother talking.
- Does she cook with her toes?
Do I got to wheel her around?
All right! Her name is Shanandra.
- Gesundheit!
- Her NAME is Shanandra!
What the hell is a Shanandra?
I don't know, but she's bad.
- I'm too old to date a Shanandra.
- Trust me on this one, G.
Terry and Pete Nessip, US Marshals.
May I have your ID, please.
OK, sir. Sign here, please.
Sounds like a nightclub.
- Gordon Maples, US Attorney.
- Pete Nessip. My brother Terry.
Remember the DEA electronically
confiscated drug money from banks?
PETE: Yeah! Dealers found
all their money gone.
Leedy was the computer wizard
for the Chang Triad.
He hid their money.
THAT guy is a genius?!
He breaks codes
that can't be broken.
- How'd he get caught?
- His ego. He felt unappreciated.
So I cut him a deal and kept him
out of sight. But they found him.
I need you to move him to the
Atlanta pen so I can keep him allve.
We don't have
to take the cats, too?
PA: 'Welcome
to Flight 611 to Atlanta,
'continuing to Seattle.'
- You all right?
- OK. That's what I'm here for -
cat protection (!)
"Cat protection"? Real smooth (!)
Did you fed the cats enough?
Agnes has low blood sugar.
They'll be better fed than us.
- You're not just saying that?
- Would I?
What about their temperature?
What if they freeze?
I gotta see the cats.
TERRY: Chill, man.
- Would you like an aisle seat?
- That'd be great.
The pleasure's all mine.
LEEDY: If anything happens
to those cats, I'll sue.
You heard of punitive damages,
Mr US Marshal?
Miss? Excuse me.
I'm afraid to fly. I need
some water to take a sedative.
- No problem.
- Thanks.
'We're getting some heavy weather.'
I'm climbing to 38,000,
to see if we can get above it.
Bob, I think
you better listen to this.
RADIO: 'This is Miami Approach.
We have a Code Red transmission.'
Would you care for some wine?
I only drink wine by candlellght.
Well, I could help with that.
Would you like to follow me?
Give me a break!
The captain needs
to see you right away.
- Gentlemen.
- We just received this.
'Flight 611, you're about to be
taken over by Posse Commitus.
'Stay on course
and no one will be hurt.
'You'll receive further
instructions in 5 minutes. Over.'
Heads up!
OK. Keep your heads down!
I said keep your heads down!
Nobody move,
or I'll blow us to hell!
Get off the phone!
Hold still, goddamn it!
Heads down! Hands out of pockets!
You're not listening.
Leedy, come with me.
LEEDY: No! No, please!
Take him in the back.
- How much time?
- 10 seconds.
No! Not my fingers!
Be good boys and girls. If
you're not, I'll blow the plane up.
- What happened?
- Number One's down!
Talk to me! Talk to me, Number One!
Hi, I'm bullet-proof. What are you?
- What the hell?!
- We're losing cabin pressure!
Mayday! Mayday! This is flight 611.
We have emergency decompression.
We're over Ocalaca, Florida.
Go! Go!
I got you, hang on!
OK. Hold on to me. Hold on! OK...
WOMAN: Lena, hold on... I got her.
Terry! Hang on!
I got you! Hold on!
TERRY: I'm slipping!
No! Terry!
Glenn Blackstone, FBI.
- Bob Covington.
- Tom McCracken, US Marshals.
I'm looking for my guy, Pete Nessip.
BLACKSTONE: Pete's over there.
Pete... Pete, did you see anything?
Two, three... maybe more.
You didn't hear
their names or anything?
A little girl...
I reached for her and grabbed her.
They shot Terry. Motherfuckers.
He was bad. He was real bad.
The blood was everywhere.
I grabbed him and I had him.
But I couldn't hold him.
I couldn't hold him.
the passenger list.
Break down ticket purchase
from cash and credit card.
Cross-check with advance
and same-day purchase.
- What are you doing?
- Nothing. It's some virus, sir.
- Well, get it back.
- The whole system's going down.
It's Leedy.
- What?
- It was a set-up.
What are you saying?
A prison break at 30,000ft?
- Why not?
- They used a spaceship (?)
One had a pack.
Maybe a parachute.
Did Leedy float down
like Mary Poppins?
Nobody saw a parachute.
Nobody could see in the smoke!
They DID see your brother fire
at a man wrapped in explosives.
That's a lie! Do the FBI
get extra polnts for speed?
We're talking about my brother, man!
Isn't that worth the investigation?
You want an investigation?
Two hours after the explosion,
a maintenance man was shot at Miami
Airport, running from detectives.
In his apartment, they found Posse
Commitus literature and explosives.
He put the explosives on board?
Detective Fox recognised
him from the pre-flight inspection.
I'm telling you...
We feel bad about your brother.
Nobody wants him to be fall guy.
But he panicked, opened fire
and 14 people are dead.
My brother didn't panic.
Forensic got an ID
on some remains found on the plane.
Your prisoner... Leedy.
TV: 'Through the investigation
by federal and local officials,
'the FBI has answered most questions
concerning the attempted hijack
'of PAC-Atlantic flight 611.'
REPORTER: 'Was it a Marshal
who set off the explosion? '
'That question
is under investigation.'
Hey, guys!
You guys, check it out.
They're buying it, top to bottom.
- Of course.
- Talk about a rush, man.
Out that door, the wind
hits you like a train.
I saw this woman
still holding a magazine!
Has Leedy finished throwing up?
Don't touch my hand, lady!
Don't touch my hand!
Earl, come here. Come here...
- Shut up and say thank you.
- Thank you?! You bit off my finger!
- You have nine good ones.
- How can I work?
You crashed the airline system
with one hand.
'We're hearing that the marshal
fired at a hijacker,
'and set off the explosion, killing
Yes! Unload the boat.
'... and a prisoner, Earl Leedy.'
Wait. Wait... They think I'm dead.
Does that mean I'm free?
No, your ass belongs to me.
And it'll be worth your while.
But what about the other marshal?
- I shot him.
- He was in the bathroom.
Listen, all he saw was smoke.
We got out clean,
except for you, Jagger.
Next time, just throw her
out the door.
I'll buy you breakfast.
Come on, let's go.
Hi, Pete. I need to talk,
it's important.
So is this. Wait till you see
what I've found.
I got it down to a two-mile radius
where they could have landed.
We got bodies, Pete.
The only ones beyond recognition
are the terrorists and Leedy.
Does that make any sense?
Nobody jumps at that altitude
and speed and lives, understand?
No, that's where you're wrong. Look.
A Seal team did it three years ago.
It's a set-up. I just need to figure
out how Leedy fits into this.
The Board of Review
meets in two weeks...
The Board of Review!
...to determine your responsibility.
- What responsibility?
- Listen.
The FAA's in trouble with the media,
insurance companies, relatives...
Nobody wants to hear
about skydiving from 747 s.
They want to polnt fingers,
don't you understand?
You know the SOP.
I need your badge and gun.
- You're suspending me?!
- You know the rules.
Your badge and gun, please.
I don't care.
I'm not quitting on this.
I took a team out a commercial jet.
Hostage drill scenario.
- So it can be done?
- We did it. But a 727 at 20,000ft.
It was a drill, no explosions.
A 747 at 38,000ft... I doubt it.
Plus, you got another problem...
Petty officer?
- Yes, sir?
- OK, See this? High-density metal.
Now, your terrorists
may have had a few guns stashed,
but not five parachute rigs.
Five rigs going through X-ray would
raise hell with airport security.
- Carry on.
- Sir.
With the right equipment,
it is possible.
To jump from a 747, you've got
to be very skilled or dick-brained.
- Which do you want?
- What?
Skill is a guy named Don Jagger,
world-champion skydiver.
Dick-brained is his
old partner Jessie Crossman.
- Where can I find them?
- Crossman lives close by.
Jessie Crossman?
Not today, man.
Know where I can find him?
You must be with the class.
Check upstairs.
- Thanks a lot.
- No problem, dude.
JESSIE: Be right out.
Damn! Do you belleve that?!
Listen. I hope you're good
at fixing tollets,
'cause you're never fixing
another flight of mine.
- You wanna take me up?
- Just you fix this plane right!
Where did you learn to fix planes?
Mr Good Wrench?
This isn't a waiting room.
We're booked.
I so wanted
to get on that plane (!)
DEA, FBI or local?
- Jessie Crossman?
- You're either a skydiver or a cop.
You don't look like
any skydiver I've ever seen.
You know, cops? I don't like 'em.
Every time you've met one,
you've broken the law.
Did I forget to call my parole
officer? Yes, it was an emergency.
- It's not about parole violation?
- Heard about a hijacking of a 747?
How could I miss it?
What a screw-up!
What if someone just wanted
to make it look that way?
- Why?
- A prisoner I was escorting. Jump.
Ajall-break from a 747?
That's a cool idea.
No offence.
- Could you?
- Am I a suspect?
Why do you ask?
Well, people probably said I'm the
only person skilled enough to do it.
The phrase used was "dick-brained".
And you were
with your parole officer.
Look, some yahoo pulled
a John Wayne and got people killed.
That's not what happened.
That yahoo was my brother.
Well, I'm sorry. But if I'm not
a suspect, I don't have to talk.
You haven't answered the question.
The longer I stand here,
the broker I get.
- Pay like everyone else, Mr Cop.
- We'll see.
What do I need this get-up for,
if I don't have a chute?
It's my drop zone, it's my rules.
Wait. You're not scared, are you?
Wait! Wait! Come on! Oh!
JESSIE: Give a controlled exit
and a good arch.
Ready, set, go!
I don't get the attraction.
Haven't you watched birds glide
and wished you could?
For about 20 seconds.
- You don't get it, do you?
- What's so difficult?
Count to 20,
pull the string, that's it.
Let the air sculpt your position.
Ready, set, go!
Can you see how the wind forces...
Come here, man.
See how the wind forces their bodies
open. We're only at 80 knots.
A 747 at 500 knots would rip you
apart. That's where skill comes in.
N-no big deal.
You are way outta your league
up here. Way out.
If you're so good,
why work in this shit-hole?
- What?
- You deaf? Shit-hole!
- He paid for a jump, he got one!
- Just go get him, OK?
Get off me! You kicked me!
Wait! Come back! Come back!
- Help me!
- I got you!
You're crazy!
- Hold still.
- Get me outta this!
You did OK. You fell,
you lived. Good start.
You fell, you lived... I'm gone.
You're outta your damn mind.
There's things in here!
WINONA: Hey! I didn't know
she was gonna do that, OK?
I bet it was safer than
landing in that plane of yours.
Where can I find Don Jagger?
There's a jump at Ocean Reef.
It's your best bet.
- Thank you.
- Skydivers are a tight group.
- You won't break in by yourself.
- I'll take my chances.
Jessie didn't mean anything. Since
Jagger left, she's been touchy.
- What happened to Jagger?
- He got conned into drug jumps.
He did time, she did too...
Never made up.
- Why would she want to?
- She's loyal. What do you think?
I think it's time for you to zip it.
Let's get the tall fixed, all right?
- Nice jump, man.
- Yeah, right.
Ah... shit!
Please don't push me.
Don't make me...
- Oh, nice landing!
- Good.
Let's go! Let's go!
- Hit it, Brother Leedy!
- I can't!
- Leedy, do yourjob.
- I need to steady myself.
- When we break in, we have seconds.
- It's the jump. I can't think.
- Jump him till he can.
- He's had enough.
I haven't. Jump him till he can.
Up and at 'em.
- Let's go.
- I don't wanna jump any more!
This is gonna be a snap.
This is easy.
They're not gonna know what hit 'em!
- Hi. Joy Willens.
- I'm Pete.
Miami police. They've been great.
Come on, Lena's round back.
Look what I've got for you!
Thank you.
That's to replace
the one you lost on the plane.
Lena, do you remember me? Remember
when you bumped me on the plane?
Can you remember anything about your
trip? Was there nolse or yelling?
No, I fell asleep... and when
I woke up, we were already landed.
I'm gonna show you some pictures.
Look at them very carefully.
This is the plane that we were on.
Remember the plane?
Then something went wrong. There
was a loud nolse and a lot of smoke.
- A big nolse?
- A big nolse. And screaming.
Do you remember if you saw anyone?
- What are you doing?
- Do you remember what he wore?
He wore glasses?
The scar? He had a scar?
Lena, was this the man?
You can tell me. See? He has a scar.
- Is this the man?
- All right. OK. That's enough.
- Was this the man you saw?
- That's it. Detective Wallace!
That's all right.
Thank you, Lena. I'm sorry.
ON PHONE: Detective Fox. That plane
accident you're investigating.
The other marshal
has acquired some information.
- The other marshal?
- Correct.
The young lady on the plane
gave a partial ID of a hijacker.
A scar under his right eye.
- I'm impressed.
- Thank you.
Not with you,
with the other marshal.
Hang on. I wanna come with you.
JAGGER: You're mine now.
Where I go, you go.
KARA: Let me go,
or lose me forever. I'm serious.
JAGGER: Hey, what are you doing?
Hey, Ty, what are you doing?
Hey! Hey! Let me go!
Let me go! Let me go!
- You sonofabitch!
- It's all over! Bye, bye!
- Cool move.
- 911 won't work for him.
That could be any of you.
Out team is now four strong.
MAN: Did you everjump
those parachutes?
You never know where
they're gonna come down.
I got enough branches up my ass
to start a wood mill.
Hi, I'd like, er... maybe a...
I'll wait for you to come back.
Look at this guy. He's at our table?
I don't think he gets it.
Let's explain it.
This is gonna get messy.
Hey, guys. Oh, I'm sitting in your
seats? Sorry. Can I get you a beer?
BOTH: Sure.
Come on.
You want me to move, just ask.
Get these guys a beer.
Get him a pillow.
- I'm Pete Nessip.
- Bob.
Nice to meet you, Bob.
See you up there.
Well, I see
you've met some skydivers.
You sure do make friends easy.
You blow my cover,
I'll bust your ass.
Looks like you're blowing
your own cover.
- Have a seat.
- I get into fights.
Look, buddy, at the moment, we're
the only cover you got. Have a seat.
All I want to do
is talk to your friend Jagger.
OK, here's what I want. There's a
exhibition jump in DC next weekend.
My parole officer won't let me go.
- Keep talking.
- You got a problem here.
The only way to learn
is to fly with the best.
You stick out like a cub scout
in a whorehouse.
Bad news.
I grease your parole officer,
you work me in, right?
And another thing...
Burn in! Drinks up. Blue skies!
ALL SHOUT: Black death!
- What the hell is that?
- Some skydiver burned in today.
- What does that mean?
- As in crash-landed. Dead.
They're gonna raise a toast
every hour till midnight.
- A great tradition (!)
- Who hammered in?
- Damn.
- Cops found cocaine on him.
He was stuck up
on some power lines.
Power lines?! He just floated
into the power lines?
Just what I heard. Sorry, Jessie.
- No, that's not possible.
- Jessie, where you going?
If you want my help,
pay for me and the airplane.
- How much?
- 15,000.
- 15,000?!
- What do you care?
- It's the government's money.
- I don't work for them any more.
I'll talk to you later.
What's up, man?
- Good news. Good news, Mr Moncrief.
- What's that?
Our client
found your offer interesting.
We're just a little concerned
that you used to work for the DEA.
"Used to" is why
I'm worth something.
Right. Your past leaves
a bad taste in our client's mouth.
You have to do better than that.
If it was bad, you wouldn't be here.
What I'm offering, no one else
in the world can provide.
And I'll prove it
by doing it once for free.
When we meet again, your boss
brings his wallet. Payment in full.
Simple as that. Then we have a deal.
Thanks for lunch. Let's go.
I'm not ready! I'm not ready!
Torski, these are computers.
'Silent movies for 400, please.'
- 'Who was Jackie Cooper? '
- Jackie Coogan. Stupid...
- Gotta go.
- Give me some space.
Hey, how you doing?
I've got a surprise for you.
My God! Too bad
we're not in the drug business.
- Come on. Leedy.
- I almost got it... There.
Can I help?
- Just get away!
- Two minutes, Earl.
- What can I do to help?
- Shh! I've got access.
I'm into the system.
- Take this to the evidence locker.
- You got it, babe.
Oh, baby, don't come down here.
- Elevator's coming up.
- Roger that.
Earl, we have to go now.
Here they come. Look at him.
We gotta go.
Don't rush me.
They'll know we were here.
You did good.
Stay... Go!
- We're moving, Torski.
- Gotcha.
TORSKl: Fuckin' Leedy
threw up all over me!
'The daring theft netted criminals
over 50,000 worth of drugs,
'stolen from this enclosure.
'The thieves hid
until everyone had gone home.
'An Internal Affairs review
is underway,
'since access to these areas
is limited.
'Reporting from Miami headquarters,
I'm Diane Morales.'
Well, you're good. But so am I.
Here come your undercover agents.
These narcs think they're allve!
Thanks. Carry on.
So, er... is that it? Am I done?
A little while longer.
Is this the other marshal?
You said you killed him.
- Don't worry.
- What? You killed his brother.
I'll take care of my end!
- Where's your car?
- Don't ask.
- Well, very cool bike.
- Air time.
- Where's my team?
- All right. They're upstairs.
MAN: Looking good, guys.
Good formation.
JESSIE: Hey, Bobby.
- Hey, Jess.
- How you doln'?
I'm getting a team for DC.
What about it?
- Hell, yes. You kidding?
- Cool. Seen Swoop around?
Not for a while. That crazy
bastard's living on the street.
I think I know where he's at.
We'll find him and Hockridge
and we've got a team.
Jessie. Hockridge is out.
He busted his ankle.
He wasn't even on a jump.
He slipped in the tub.
- But I could go.
- What have you logged? 20 jumps?
When was the last time
you saw me jump?
He's better. I've been
giving him extra air time.
- I'll slice the sky to pieces.
- I need someone who's good. Period.
I like his attitude.
He's got enthusiasm.
Enthusiasm can get you killed.
Thank you, Pete.
- I can get Burt next week.
- I can't deal with Burt.
All right, you're in.
But first, you're our mechanic,
so keep the plane flying.
If you hot dog, you're gone.
And Winona, keep a watch
on the extra air time.
Come on. I'm taking Pete.
We're gonna go find Swoop.
- Swoop? He's a nutcase.
- Swoop is cool! Swoop!
- I'm jumping, right?
- Jumping?
I need you allve
for my probation officer.
- I'm serious.
- So am I. I'm good,
but exhibition level in a week?
Jessie, I'm not gonna find
what I'm looking for down here.
I gotta go up there.
If I don't jump, we got no deal.
- OK, you train, but you don't jump.
- Way to go, kid.
JESSIE: Swoop!
PETE: Why are we up here again?
What would he be doing over there?
SWOOP: Over here.
Hey, Swoop! What are you doing?
How about this? The fine folks here
asked if I'd do a few windows.
- I need you for a team.
- Really? What does it pay?
- All yourjumps are paid for.
- So, Jessie, are they paid for?
- Yeah.
- Didn't I just say that?
If he hasn't jumped with you,
he won't talk to you.
I'm going to have to require
a free T-shirt, Jessie.
- Can we get him one?
- He can have a T-shirt.
OK, free T, Swoop.
My lucky day. Give me a hand.
All right! It opened!
Hey, that ain't funny.
That ain't funny, man.
Did you know about this?
Found what you're looking for?
How long have you been following me?
Ever since you decided
to be my friend.
What's this about?
When a skydiver burns in, they
bring the rig in for inspection.
- And this is Jagger's.
- What?
There's nothing wrong with it.
He'd have had to screw up big,
and there's no way that happened.
He had help.
- Aren't these supposed to be metal?
- Yeah, it's a smuggler's rig.
Drug runners custom-make them.
There's no metal in them.
Would these pass
through airport security?
Yeah, probably.
What? Pete?
Put this back where you found it.
They're killers.
Leave the cop stuff to me.
All right.
- Milton?
- Mike, wake up. This is Nessip.
I got a piece of nylon. Examine it
for explosives, all right?
Explosives? Nylons? Are you dating
that Mongolian feminist again?
Yuk, yuk.
I need your help, Mike.
I thought you were
on suspen... vacation.
Suspension, you can say it.
I am. That's why I need you.
Just examine it
for alloys, powder, anything.
- This is the Justice Department...
- Mike, just do it, OK?
Don't say it's for me
or they'll fire your ass.
Why can't you just call
to borrow money?
# She said, "I'm fine,
but cover up your trembling hands"
# "This indecision when you know
you ain't got nothin' left
# Well, the good times never stay
# And the cheap thrills
always seem to fade away... #
Let's go!
Go on! Get in there!
Yeah. Watch this.
He isn't balancing at all.
# She said, "I'm fine,
but cover up your trembling hands
# This indecision when you know
you ain't got nothin' left
# For the last time,
conscience calls
# For a good friend,
I was never there at all
# When will we fall?
# When will we fall down? #
Whoo! Beautiful!
Crash and burn.
Oh, yeah! Oh, yeah! I love it.
I love it. What a ride!
That was great.
It was incredible. How did I do?
Come on. I jumped with him.
What's the deal?
I don't think he counts that.
He's funny that way.
What other kind of jump is there?!
I did a sweet one, if I may say.
My buddy Luxem ran the lab
on your nylon. This is serious.
He found C4, flash residue,
high-grade alloys.
'This ain't a cat burglar, Pete.'
But I'm in the right place.
Tell your friend I owe him one.
I promised him you'd paint
his house this summer.
Chopper's aboard.
TY: Hello. How are you?
- Welcome aboard.
- Thank you.
We tested your sample
and decided we want more.
- There's only one way to get more.
- Your price is rather large.
So are the results.
Good evening, everyone.
Welcome aboard.
I'm only interested
in long-term investments.
What happens when the DEA replaces
their dead agents? And they will.
You're buying a very
sophisticated data service.
Once we're in the DEA computer,
we're in.
We'll update you whenever they do.
And the, er... charge
for this update?
2 million a month
for the operations of every
undercover agent in the world.
What can I say?
- When do we see the list?
- The day after Jefferson died.
July 5th. God bless America.
All right, everybody, settle down,
and welcome to DC!
The jump tomorrow is one you're
gonna tell your grandchildren about.
We are jumping into the city's
fireworks display in Potomac Park.
That's right.
Jack in the centre,
surrounded by a nine-way star.
Outside that, a 24-way star.
Judges today determine
who jumps and who doesn't.
Wanna be in a fireworks show?
Fly your butts off!
You need 10 polnts to quallfy.
That's all I got to say.
Let's skydive!
Swoop, why are you with group?
It's embarrassing, isn't it?
- You a comedian?
- Fuck off?
Nice landing!
My chute!
All right. All right. OK.
OK, 10 polnts for Moncrief's team.
- 10 for Crossman's team.
- Both teams quallfy.
Hey, Torski. Watch your back.
- Hey! Hey!
- Come on. Come on.
Hey, get outta my face, man!
Merry Christmas, asshole!
Shit! What's that guy doing?
Looks like a gift wrap.
Rock and roll!
Eye for an eye.
CHANTING Swoop! Swoop! Swoop!
Thank you.
- Who's the guy with Torski?
- Ty Moncrief.
He's military or something.
Shows up for big jumps.
- I gotta strangle the weasel.
- You do that, Pete.
Look who's here, Deucy. Mr Comedian.
- Just jumpers here...
- Where you going, sport?
Think it's funny?
You sonofabitch!
How you doing now?
You wanna do this?
You wanna play with me some?
Tollet's stopped up.
Why don't you use a tree?
- A tree?
- Yeah, right there.
OK. Sorry,
I'm environmentally conscious.
This is none of your business.
Get your butt out of here.
You fuck with my team,
you fuck with me.
Fuck you and fuck your team.
Come on. Come on.
So what about this Ty Moncrief?
Jagger did some drug carries
with him three years ago.
Is he good enough?
If I find out that he killed Jagger,
it won't matter how good he is.
Why would he risk
showing his face here?
What's so special
about this DC jump?
The 4th of July exhibition
is the biggest thing in the world.
Washington DC as a drop zone. Any
other day it's restricted airspace.
That's why every skydiver
worth his ass wants in on this.
Where exactly are they putting down?
Sel, pass me that map... please.
Thank you.
Right there,
by the Washington Monument.
PETE: You could put down anywhere.
I'm gonna land
right in Abe Lincoln's lap.
Jessie, you tell the new guy thanks.
- Thanks.
- Tell him any time. I enjoyed it.
- Can I keep this?
- Sure.
That's him. That's what I've been
trying to tell you all along.
We better take him out
before he shuts us down.
This is real simple. Cops can smell
dead cops 100 miles away.
We keep their team grounded,
they'll never touch us.
- How?
- Take out their leader.
This is Jessie's traller.
We gotta move.
Have a nice trip.
Patrick, get this off to Chicago
and wait for the fax.
- Tom?
- Holy shit! What happened to you?
- I gotta talk.
- Come on. Tell me when it comes.
Working undercover on suspension
violates about 20 laws.
Me accessing this file makes it 21.
I'm in the middle of them.
I found a way to chute from the 747.
Tell the FBI. You have to
do better than Ty Moncrief.
- He's DEA.
- Moncrief is DEA?
Honourably discharged 8 months ago.
I'll get his record,
so you can see it.
What wrong with this computer?
- Leedy.
- Pete, I...
OK, check it out. Demo jumpers,
Guys, has anyone seen Nessip?
- Who?
- Pete.
What's your problem, ace?
- What's up, sweet pea?
- I'm not a pro.
- I don't wanna screw things up.
- You won't screw anything up.
Listen, this rig logged two world
records for Jagger and one for me.
- You want to wear this?
- No stupid helmet?
No stupid helmet.
How's that? All right?
Whoo! Yeah!
Let's jump!
I'm ready for this.
Come on, let's go! Do it!
Shit! Somebody didn't open!
Selkirk, cut away! Damn it!
Cut away!
I can't cut it!
Cut away!
Swoop, get him! Goddamn!
Two grand. Pull it!
Paramedics to the water!
We need a medic!
Selly, can you hear us?
Goddamn it! Get this off him!
Oh, Bobby, he's not breathing.
He's not breathing.
He tried to pull,
it just wouldn't work.
BOBBY: Get us a medic, goddamnit!
SWOOP: Stay with us, Selly.
I hear him.
He's breathing. He's breathing.
Look out. Let me in here.
Selly, hang on.
We're right here, buddy.
Sorry, guys, you can't stay in here.
You can meet us at hospital,
but nobody rides in the back.
Don't worry about it.
You guys gotta jump anyway.
Tell Jessie her rig's broken.
We'll see you at the hospital.
SWOOP: Where the hell is Jessie?
we're going after Ty's plane.
What's this?
I'm a US marshal.
Read about it later.
No way, later. We're going. Come on!
OK, let's go! Go! Go! Go!
Go, go, go, go! Go! Go! Go!
Let's go. Chutes on. Let's go.
Here we go. Come on.
We're so close.
All you have to do...
Hey! Surprise!
Only one of you has to die,
so who killed Jagger?
Wanna try me?
I'll shoot you between the eyes!
- Jesus, Jessie. Bad idea.
- No chute, Jessie?
I knew it was you, Ty.
- You don't know what you're doing.
- No, you don't.
Let me tell you about Jagger.
He left you in jall.
This is his girlfriend.
You meant nothing to him.
Sit down.
Get off me!
Get off!
Throw her out!
TY: Jump, Jessie. I dare you.
- Oh, shit!
- Jessie!
She's got a lot of juice.
Yeah, but no wings, man.
Let's go.
We've lost them. They sure weren't
tracking for the fireworks.
I know where Ty's headed.
- The DEA building.
- Should I radio for back-up?
Yeah, they'll laugh,
then throw your ass in jall.
Jesus, Mary, priest!
SWOOP: She's hanging on the foot
rall. What the hell is she doing?
I know what she's doing.
It's the only trick I know.
- What are you doing?
- I'm not missing this!
MR SPOCK ON TV: He feels nothing.
His mind has been so conditioned.
God damn! Look at this dweeb.
You'd think by the 23rd century
they'd have better toupees.
- They all wear wigs on that show.
- Not Spock. He got the ears.
What are you talking about?
All clear up here.
I'm going to the 19th floor.
We got a power hit.
Probably burning down the kitchen
again. Are you cooking again?
- We've had some power spikes.
- No. You want pizza? I'm starving.
OK, we're in.
Radio check. 1, 2, 3.
- Is it gonna work?
- It's gonna work.
Come on, come on.
- We're all clear.
- Good.
OK, we're in.
Come on.
How smart can one man be?
Jimmy Sansome. He used
to hit on me. This guy's a fed?
Run code blue. Ready?
Copy. I'm ready to rock.
What's up? Can't fly?
Swoop, get away from the door.
Follow me. Come on. Get him up.
You're dead! Dead!
Oh, thank God!
'Listen up. Stage one is completed.
Stay focused. We're on schedule.'
Well, the schedule's gonna change.
Come on. Are you OK?
Swoop, stay here.
I'm going for help, OK?
SWOOP: Take it easy.
She's going for help.
GUARD: What the?!
- Joanne, come back to me.
- Yeah, I got you.
It says a washer trolley's moving.
Check it out.
We might be under attack
from Klingons.
Maybe they got food. OK, on my way.
I'll be back.
Ty, the elevator's moving.
Stop it on this floor.
I'll meet you. Stay with Leedy.
Quiet, quiet. Give him the gun.
It's OK. Radio down,
tell them everything's fine.
Tell them you're fine.
Nothing going on up here.
Hmm... We're still
getting the signal.
- Probably just a short.
- Roger. Thank you.
You're dismissed.
Take care of her.
Oh, fuck!
What? Whoa!
Goddamn it!
You go up on the roof. Kara,
check four. I'm coming with Leedy.
I'm with the magician.
You're on the roof. Come on!
All right, Leedy, I'm right outside.
Where you going? Hey!
I'm calling for back-up.
Fire department too. We got smoke.
Close it out. Close it out now.
Oh, God! Ty...
Goddamn... Kara!
- You proud of yourself?
- Ty, get off me.
I'll be right back, OK?
I'll be right nearby.
All right...
Jessie, what do you want me to do?
Leedy! Don't you move!
Wait, wait. No! You got 'em.
You got 'em on hijacking, murder,
smuggling, cruelty to animals.
Look what they did.
They took my finger.
- Thought you got away from me?
- Pete!
Earl, you disappolnt me.
They'll put you away if you go in.
- You'll lose your freedom.
- I was stalling them.
You're the reason
your brother's dead!
- Families shouldn't fly together.
- You'll meet him again.
- He's gonna bust your ass!
- Don't try to stop me!
He's bluffing. He needs him.
Freeze! Drop your weapon!
Drop 'em!
JESSIE: Leedy!
Oh, shit.
I'm going for it!
Oh, Jesus... Look, is this
necessary? I'm not that hurt.
I've been through worse than this.
I will be recommending
commendations for your actions.
Maintain your stations,
I'll check the rest of the area.
- Jerry.
- I'm Ted.
Leedy... Leedy!
Leedy, you come back here!
Stop that guy!
Stop that guy with the bozo hair-do!
PETE: Leedy!
He's wearing a DEAjacket.
Stop him! Leedy! Leedy!
Stop that guy!
No way!
You better
not make me run after you.
Fuckin' awesome, man!
Way to go, Swoop!
It's the other leg, man!
- See you in a minute.
- All right.
- Pete! Hi, Pete. Are you all right?
- Yeah.
Well, you jumped. You lived.
That's a good start.
Yeah, maybe in another 40
or 50 years, I'll try it again.
Pete! Pete, Pete, Pete!
- Swoop!
- Hey, Pete, listen!
Talk to these guys, OK?
Tell them that my leg is broke, OK?
Anything you want, Swoop.
Anything you want.
# It's a party, baby
# It's like we're staring at the sun
# Everybody's got their invitations
# I'm hopin'
that you're gonna come, yeah
# These are the times
# These are the crimes
# What are waiting for?
# What are we hating for?
# You've bottled
a solution of bother, brother
# You're gonna
have to dance with one
# You've given up
on the future, honey
# I count you out
of having some, yeah, so...
# These are the times
# These are the crimes
# What are we waiting for?
# What are we hating for?
# Here comes the rain
# Yeah, here comes the rain, yeah
# These are the times
# These are the crimes
# What are we waiting for?
# What are we hating for?
# These are the times
# These are the crimes
# What are we waiting for?
# What are we hating for?
# Wash away the pain
# Into the blue sea, yeah
# These are the times
# These are the crimes
# What are we waiting for?
# What are we hating for?
# These are the times
# These are the crimes
# What are we waiting for?
# What are we hating for?
# Wash away the rain
# Into the blue sea, yeah
# These are the times
# These are the crimes
# What are we waiting for?
# What are we hating for?
# Wash away the rain
# Into the blue sea, yeah
# These are the times
# These are the times #