- 1. Hi.
- 2. - How'd it go?
- 3. Got a '63 Thunderbird
I would've sold in a day a year ago.
- 4. Now they just wanna look at the pictures.
- 5. You smell nice.
- 6. How was your day?
- 7. It was great.
- 8. We had a big breakthrough
in the Bulgari case.
- 9. Really?
- 10. We found a boot print.
- 11. A really good one.
- 12. The left heel was worn way down.
- 13. That's a good lead.
- 14. I know.
- 15. We found a hair.
- 16. A hair, wow.
- 17. It's at the lab.
- 18. So hopefully by noon tomorrow
we'll find out his DNA...
- 19. what kind of conditioner he uses,
if he streaks his hair...
- 20. if he has dandruff, everything.
Isn't that amazing?
- 21. That is amazing.
- 22. You know, having those
extra men really paid off.
- 23. Oh, you're just being modest.
- 24. Are you coming to bed, baby?
- 25. I'm just gonna have a shower.
Don't let me keep you up.
- 26. - Good morning.
- Good morning.
- 27. - And you are Mr...?
- Diaz. Miguel Diaz.
- 28. - And you're here to open a...?
- A SEP retirement account.
- 29. Terrific. Oh, it says here
you're already retired.
- 30. - I am.
- What was your occupation?
- 31. I was a high school basketball coach.
- 32. You must have done
very well for yourself.
- 33. - What's your name?
- 34. Greg. Let me ask you something.
Do you have safe-deposit boxes here?
- 35. Yes, they're housed in our vault.
- 36. - In your vault?
- It's over 100 years old.
- 37. Of course, we've made some
state-of-the-art upgrades since then.
- 38. You know, I was once in a vault
while it was being robbed.
- 39. That must have been quite an experience.
- 40. Yeah.
- 41. Yeah.
- 42. That's too oxblood.
- 43. What do y'all do?
- 44. My husband and I?
- 45. Well, he's retired. Just retired.
- 46. It's great. It's...
- 47. And I did work at an art gallery.
- 48. And, you know, I love art,
obviously, and paint and...
- 49. That's too brown. I'm sorry.
Do you mind if I...?
- 50. - Hey, it's your paint.
- Okay. Thank you.
- 51. May I show you something specific?
- 52. Well, I was looking
for something for my wife.
- 53. What is it, a special occasion?
- 54. It's our second third anniversary.
- 55. Excuse me. Hello, Mrs. Diaz,
we were just talking about you.
- 56. - How'd it go at the bank?
- It was easy.
- 57. I mean great.
- 58. No, you mean easy.
- 59. What?
- 60. You're doing recon work
on our anniversary?
- 61. - Tess.
- Let me ask you this:
- 62. - Where are you now?
- Casing a jewelry store.
- 63. That's an interesting way to ease back
into society, which was your idea.
- 64. - Should I stop painting now?
- 65. Let's talk about something important.
I can't find a restaurant for tonight.
- 66. - Well, we'll stay in.
- 67. - Great. I'll cook.
- No, I'll cook. You talk.
- 68. You want me to talk?
- 69. Words and everything? That's what
they make flowers for, you know.
- 70. - Oh, no, Danny.
- What is it?
- 71. Tess...
- 72. what's wrong?
- 73. There's water in the basement
and the pilot light is out.
- 74. Hang up!
- 75. Hello, Tess.
- 76. Where is he, Tess?
- 77. Where is...
- 78. Mr. Diaz?
- 79. I want it back, Tess.
- 80. I want it all back.
- 81. - You got it all from the insurance company.
- I want my money back.
- 82. The money that your husband
and his 10 friends stole from me.
- 83. With interest. A hundred and sixty
million dollars over three years.
- 84. That's a lot of vig.
- 85. And I want it all back.
- 86. He's got two weeks.
- 87. You'll never find them.
- 88. They're way too smart for you.
- 89. Right.
- 90. You know, as it turns out...
- 91. I'm not the only person in the world
looking for Ocean's 11.
- 92. All right.
- 93. I'm the groom, and I'm not supposed
to say anything, but... Make a speech.
- 94. But I don't care what the rules are,
because I really wanna thank my family.
- 95. My mom and dad,
my Uncle Gary and Aunt Grace.
- 96. Uncle Ted, Aunt Celeste...
- 97. and their children, Denise and Jessica.
- 98. Bishop Tom and his wife, Helen,
my neighbor John...
- 99. and his new girlfriend, Tanya.
- 100. And all the guys at Lean Machine Inc.,
- 101. Big Sam.
- 102. And everyone else
who's just been great...
- 103. in welcoming Sara
into the family. Thank you.
- 104. Excuse me, everybody. I'd just like to...
- 105. - Get up.
- Get up.
- 106. - Get up.
- Get up. Get up.
- 107. - Walk.
- 108. I'd like to say a few words
- 109. about honor...
- 110. about responsibility...
- 111. about a very special someone
and admitting to her...
- 112. Get up. Pull the chair out.
- 113. Admitting to her in front of everybody...
- 114. that her wedding...
- 115. and that very special
honeymoon trip to Epcot Center...
- 116. will have to be postponed.
- 117. The photographer. Jesus, he's just a friend.
You met him at The Mint, remember?
- 118. Well, of course I am.
- 119. You don't expect me to embarrass myself
by flying commercial?
- 120. On a budget? On a budget?
- 121. Who was the only person who couldn't
get in on the Chinese cell-phone market?
- 122. You, with all your connections.
What was that?
- 123. He seemed really nice. And you know
it's hard for guys to be friends with me.
- 124. And you do this every time
that I meet someone new.
- 125. And you know what?
It's getting really boring.
- 126. You think it's a accident
no one know about Fred "Bud" Kelly?
- 127. Ain't no accident.
There's one explanation...
- 128. and you ladies
know exactly what it is.
- 129. I'm gonna tell you what it is.
- 130. Conspiracy, collusion, complicity.
That's all it is.
- 131. Let me break it down like a fraction for you
about my man Fred "Bud" Kelly.
- 132. Fred "Bud" Kelly made skates
out of whiskey bottles...
- 133. at his uncle's farm in the early 1900s.
That was over there in Nova Scotia.
- 134. I'm gonna tell you something else. You
never seen his name on the Stanley Cup.
- 135. You know why that is?
Because that son of a bitch Jim Crow...
- 136. took his name off the history books.
You kind of...
- 137. Seems like every time I see you,
you're playing the race card, Frank.
- 138. Now, why is that?
- 139. You can let go of my feet now.
- 140. - This don't bother you?
- Of course it * * * * * * * bothers me, mate.
- 141. - What the * * * * do you want me to do?
- Well, it's * * * * * * up.
- 142. You can't hear none of the lyrics.
- 143. You can't get with the beat
with all them * * * * * * * bleeps in it.
- 144. radio, it's what you have to * * * * * * * do.
- 145. Well, it's * * * * * *, isn't it?
Totally * * * * * *!
- 146. What the * * * * is that?
- 147. Somebody must be in 2.
- 148. Oh, * * * *!
- 149. And you haven't contacted
my father about any of this?
- 150. Because, really, I don't think there's
any reason to involve him or my mom.
- 151. It's all on you, Linus.
- 152. Okay. Good.
- 153. - Good. Because I have a whole network...
- Get out of my car.
- 154. Thank you.
- 155. - Mr. Bloom?
- 156. There appears to be
a slight problem with your card.
- 157. Oh, well, yes. Here.
- 158. I'm afraid not, sir.
- 159. Why?
- 160. Your business manager
said you would understand.
- 161. Todd said I would understand?
- 162. No, Mr. Benedict.
- 163. Mr. Benedict. Mr...
- 164. Oh, yes.
- 165. An old friend, a practical joker.
- 166. Tell Mr. Benedict
he's won this round, yes.
- 167. Terry Benedict.
- 168. Old Terry.
- 169. She's looking at me
from across the room.
- 170. And she's crazy about me, I can tell...
- 171. because she's been staring
at me all night. So suddenly...
- 172. I just go up to her, and I grab her.
- 173. And I've got her really close to me...
- 174. and her eyes are all fiery.
- 175. And my eyes are fiery.
- 176. And it's like... It's electric.
- 177. And I say to her, "Mom...
- 178. Mother... "
- 179. What?
- 180. Thanks for letting me finish.
- 181. What can I say?
- 182. You're a funny guy.
- 183. Oh, yeah. My friend Rusty.
I'm worried about him.
- 184. He owns this hotel in Los Angeles...
- 185. losing a lot of money,
and he's got no life.
- 186. He's a nice, bright kid,
but he's beating his brains out.
- 187. Do you think I could send something
through you, like, a message to him?
- 188. I read your palm, not his.
- 189. Somebody who could do that could do
very well. Anything on my health?
- 190. - My hips are bothering me.
- 191. This? You couldn't see this?
- 192. - I tried knocking, he won't open.
- I'll handle it. I know him.
- 193. Jesus Christ, are you people retarded?
- 194. - It says, "Do not disturb"!
- It's me.
- 195. Hey.
- 196. Come on in.
- 197. Jeez, Topher, you didn't
have to go all Frankie Muniz on me.
- 198. I'm sorry.
Rust, look, I know this is your joint.
- 199. I just...
- 200. There's this girl.
- 201. I love her, man.
- 202. I love her, but she is driving me crazy!
- 203. I can't sleep. I can't work.
- 204. I quit the show. I totally phoned in
that Dennis Quaid movie.
- 205. - I mean, it's like...
- 206. God, it's almost like this
Kabbalah crap doesn't even work!
- 207. Rusty, call for you.
- 208. Dude, don't leave.
- 209. - Yeah?
- I have a message for Robert Charles Ryan...
- 210. soon to be ex-owner
of the Standard Hotel.
- 211. - You got him.
- Last time we spoke, you hung up on me.
- 212. You used some nasty words.
I got sensitive ears.
- 213. I admit I was a little
emotional that evening.
- 214. Think about that night a lot,
- 215. I thought I'd be dead before
I heard the sound that killed me.
- 216. I've been asked to show restraint.
Otherwise, you would've gone out...
- 217. to your favorite car of all the 17 you own,
and as soon as you turned on the ignition...
- 218. You got two weeks.
- 219. Now, you told me that your wife said
that he called it Ocean's 11.
- 220. Now, who decided that?
I'm a private contractor.
- 221. It was a collaboration.
That moniker is insulting.
- 222. It was one job we did together.
- 223. I don't know where this proprietary stance
comes from. It seems possessive.
- 224. One could make the argument
that because it was Danny's idea...
- 225. Hang on a minute.
We all had our own areas of expertise.
- 226. I mean, without us,
it don't leave your head, mate.
- 227. It just hurts, you know, because...
- 228. it seemed we all agreed
to call it "the Benedict job. "
- 229. That's what we called it
when we were doing it.
- 230. If you wanted to call it
- 231. When you have a problem,
who do you go to?
- 232. - Rusty.
- 233. Thanks.
Let's get back on the topic.
- 234. Based on what we stole, plus interest...
- 235. how much does everybody owe?
- $ 17.34 million.
- 236. Assuming Benedict gives us
prime plus one, which I doubt.
- 237. Figure 19 to be safe.
- 238. Okay, 19 each. Anybody got that?
- 239. What, you think the stock market's
some great mystery...
- 240. beyond the realm of human
understanding? Didn't you see the signs?
- 241. I saw the signs.
- 242. How much is everybody short?
- 243. How much you short?
- 244. Fourteen. Fourteen.
- 245. - All but 5 million?
- Yeah. You gonna start with me?
- 246. You don't know what it's like
to create something from scratch.
- 247. - Well, with interest, I'm short 7.
- 248. I spent about a million,
mostly on talent development.
- 249. That makes it 7 for me.
Boy, the interest just kills you.
- 250. - I'm light 9.
- What's the interest?
- 251. - About 6.
- Then I owe 6.
- 252. - How?
- 253. I've been staying at my parents'.
- 254. I owe 25.
- 255. Hotels, man.
- 256. Saul?
- 257. I haven't spent it all, but I will.
- 258. I'm out, fellas.
- 259. As ranking old-timer,
I gotta say, I just can't do it.
- 260. At my age, I think I earned
the right to be selfish.
- 261. I wanna thank you all for the wonderful
opportunity. You're all aces in my book.
- 262. But I want the last check
I write to bounce.
- 263. Saul, you having a laugh?
- 264. Saul.
- 265. - I can handle Saul's share.
- You don't have to.
- 266. Who would I talk to if you were all dead?
- 267. That's a good point.
All right, I owe 10. Amazing?
- 268. Yeah, but it's a nice place.
- 269. - So that comes to...?
- Ninety-seven, give or take.
- 270. He didn't find us on his own.
- 271. - Someone helped him.
- Another thief.
- 272. Nobody we know would
violate rule number one.
- 273. What we do know is we need a job.
We need a high-paying job.
- 274. We're too hot to work
anywhere in this country.
- 275. - So we go abroad. How about we go...?
- We're on the 5:00.
- 276. Good. Where are we going?
- 277. - Amsterdam.
- Amsterdam it is.
- 278. - Clock's running. Let's go.
- Never been to Amsterdam.
- 279. I hear German girls are really hot.
- 280. Rusty.
- 281. - Amsterdam?
- 282. Don't tell Danny.
- 283. Hey, Rusty. Rusty.
- 284. Sorry, sorry. Hey.
- 285. What are you doing?
What's wrong with you?
- 286. - Nothing.
- 287. - Can I...? Can I...?
- 288. - Just for a second, can I talk to you?
- What's wrong?
- 289. I just... I don't know.
- 290. This might not be the perfect time
or whatever to talk about it.
- 291. - Okay.
- I've been thinking.
- 292. I've been doing my homework.
- 293. And I'd really like...
- 294. to play a more central role
this time around.
- 295. - Right.
- I feel like I've...
- 296. - Right.
- I'm ready for that, and I...
- 297. Way overdue.
- 298. I was wondering if I could come to
the meeting and help you guys negotiate.
- 299. Okay. It's just a sit-down with Matsui.
- 300. He's got his own language, this guy.
- 301. I watched you and Danny really closely
last time around. I learned a ton.
- 302. Linus, in my professional opinion,
you're not ready.
- 303. - Okay. Yeah, I mean...
- But... But... But...
- 304. if you're convinced you are ready...
- 305. I can speak with Danny.
We can make this happen.
- 306. But you gotta be sure.
- 307. - Not sure?
- No, I am.
- 308. - You're sure?
- But if I had a question, I could...
- 309. - You would call me?
- Right. Okay.
- 310. Any time.
- 311. - Okay.
- 312. - All right.
- Okay. Awesome. Thank you.
- 313. Yeah.
- 314. I almost wasn't gonna
come over and say anything.
- 315. Then I'd still be sleeping.
- 316. - Thanks, buddy.
- 317. - Who's there?
- Li... It's...
- 318. - What?
- It's Linus.
- 319. Is Rusty here? Rusty...?
- 320. - Do you know where Rusty is?
- 321. So have you met Matsui?
- 322. Seriously, what do you think of me...
- 323. you know, in terms
of just leadership potential?
- 324. The fact that we're unemployable
shouldn't enter your mind.
- 325. Otherwise, you're wasting time.
- 326. Don't mention Benedict
unless he does first.
- 327. And if he does, tell him everything.
- 328. Right. Stay on point. And don't
forget the other thing I told you.
- 329. - What?
- About listening.
- 330. Relax. Remember, if we don't
get this job, we're dead.
- 331. Rusty, I tried calling you
- 332. So finally, she slams her vodka tonic
down on the tray and says:
- 333. "Hey, maybe that's why
I've been feeling so warm recently. "
- 334. Yeah.
- 335. - So to business?
- To business.
- 336. A doctor who specializes in skin diseases...
- 337. will dream he has fallen asleep
in front of the television.
- 338. Later, he will wake up
in front of the television...
- 339. but not remember his dream.
- 340. Would you agree?
- 341. If all the animals along the equator
were capable of flattery...
- 342. then Thanksgiving and Halloween...
- 343. would fall on the same date.
- 344. Yeah. Hey.
- 345. When I was 4 years old...
- 346. I watched my mother
kill a spider with a tea cozy.
- 347. Years later, I realized it was not a spider.
- 348. It was my Uncle Harold.
- 349. Oh, let the sun beat down upon my face
- 350. Stars to fill my dreams
- 351. I am a traveler in both time and space
- 352. To be where I have been
- 353. Is he all right? Are we all right?
- 354. - "Kashmir"?
- Is that your idea of making a contribution?
- 355. - We hadn't even started yet.
- We were this close to losing that.
- 356. Okay, I don't even understand what
happened in there. What did I say?
- 357. - You called his niece a whore.
- A cheap one.
- 358. - She's 7.
- Confined to bed with a case of...
- 359. - No, don't tell him about it.
- I'm sorry.
- 360. Okay. So, what does this mean?
- 361. It means you stay here.
- 362. The mark's name is van der Woude.
A semi-known, wealthy recluse.
- 363. He claims to sell antiques,
but hasn't actually sold one.
- 364. His store is his privately owned home,
which no one ever enters.
- 365. But don't let van der Woude's
eccentricity fool you.
- 366. The house is extremely well-protected.
- 367. - What are we after?
- It's a document.
- 368. It's a very old, very valuable document.
- 369. - Yeah, what is it?
- A stock certificate.
- 370. The first one ever issued
from the first corporation on the planet.
- 371. Dutch East India Trading Company.
- 372. - The only one of its kind.
- What's the take?
- 373. 2.5 million euro.
- 374. Wait. Each?
- 375. - No.
- Who negotiated this?
- 376. - That's a lot of money to a lot of people.
- Are you out of your mind?
- 377. If we do one job a week at that rate,
we won't pay Benedict off until...
- 378. - September 2005.
- Jesus Christ, Danny.
- 379. I hear you, but it's what's available.
- 380. After we pull this job off...
- 381. Matsui's gonna throw us another.
It's gonna pay 10 times this one.
- 382. - Which will buy an extension from Benedict.
- You hope.
- 383. I hope. Now, the good news is that
Matsui gave us the system's master code.
- 384. - So, what are we waiting for?
- Van der Woude.
- 385. - That's the bad news.
- He never leaves.
- 386. - He's agoraphobic.
- He's never been out of his house?
- 387. - Not in 10 years since he moved in.
- Does he believe in fresh air?
- 388. - He opens his window.
- What does that mean?
- 389. - Best time of arrival.
- Means he opens his window.
- 390. Every night at 1:30 he takes an Ambien,
puts on Beethoven's Third.
- 391. By the fourth movement, he's out
like a light. So we go in at 3 a. M.
- 392. Okay, can we tap into the system
from the phone lines?
- 393. It's a closed-loop system with two servers
locked in titanium cases next to his bed.
- 394. - So hacking in is out.
- Look at this.
- 395. Telephone-repair truck,
basket up to the second floor.
- 396. Telescoping rod through the window,
tap out the freak's code.
- 397. - Dumb idea. One lane, one-way streets.
- Dumb idea.
- 398. All right? Any stoppage will bring cops.
- 399. The outside is covered
by five surveillance cameras.
- 400. Monitored 24 hours a day
by a security company.
- 401. He's got five exterior cameras?
- 402. - This guy is a freak.
- Super freak.
- 403. What about through the roof?
- 404. - Two more cameras, pressure sensors...
- A laser net over the trap door...
- 405. - Smoke the freak out.
- 406. - Smoke the freak out.
- 407. - What?
- Do we have to use that term?
- 408. - What term?
- "Freak. "
- 409. The National Institute of Mental Health
estimates 5.6 percent of adults...
- 410. develop "agraphoriaphobia. "
- 411. Whatever. I'm just saying,
I mean, do we...?
- 412. We don't need to be an
organization that labels people.
- 413. Oh, now we're an organization?
- 414. You'd call Emily Dickinson a freak?
- 415. - Are you hosting a telethon?
- Who's Emily Dickinson?
- 416. Am I the only one who feels funny
about stealing from a...?
- 417. You know, a handicapped guy?
- 418. - Well, I don't care.
- Hell, yeah.
- 419. I feel funny about other things.
- 420. Cool.
- 421. But...
- 422. - Yeah?
- 423. - Right.
- 424. - Ahab with a piggyback. Livingston?
- I can get anything.
- 425. - It's done.
- Ahab with what?
- 426. - Boys.
- You're making that up. That's...
- 427. That whole "Ahab with a piggyback,"
that's not real?
- 428. - Let me in.
- How do you think it feels...
- 429. - when someone bangs on the door?
- I gotta go to the toilet.
- 430. Otherwise, I'm gonna shit on your feet.
- 431. Show me them specs.
- 432. I've been doing this since
I'm 12 years old. You're micromanaging.
- 433. You gotta find people you can delegate to.
Otherwise, you'll never have a life.
- 434. I don't want a life. I want the hotel
to run like a hotel should.
- 435. Reuben.
- 436. Yeah.
- 437. Great.
- 438. - Okay. Good.
- 439. Fantastic.
- 440. Remember in Miller's Crossing
where Turturro begs for his life?
- 441. Sure. "Look into your heart. "
- 442. I cry every time.
- 443. What?
- 444. We have no line of sight.
- 445. Our only possibility, the window.
We're three inches too high.
- 446. There's no clear shot, even with Basher.
- 447. In the physical universe we occupy,
it cannot be done.
- 448. What about the guy
from the Bulgari job?
- 449. - Nagel. Spoke with him.
- 450. Lot of ideas, none of them any good.
- 451. He's pushing this new
- 452. Really interesting stuff, though.
He can reproduce anything 3-D.
- 453. How about 97 million?
- 454. We're forcing it.
- 455. Yeah, we're forcing it.
- 456. - You know what we haven't thought of?
- 457. We turn ourselves in.
- 458. - What could Benedict do to us then?
- There you go.
- 459. Call the cops,
tell them we did the Bellagio job.
- 460. They put us away for 20 years.
That'd teach him.
- 461. I think Tess would stick around.
- 462. You look great in jumpsuits.
- 463. Hey...
- 464. - how's the hotel business?
- 465. - How's East Haven?
- 466. I don't know.
- 467. Can't turn my brain off, you know.
- 468. We go into some place,
and all I can do is see the angles.
- 469. It's what I do. It's what
I've always done. I love it.
- 470. I don't know.
- 471. Some sort of weird irony, you know?
- 472. Tess watching me scratch and itch.
- 473. Hey, listen. You know,
the world's gone nuts and you're...
- 474. - What'd you wanna do?
- It's not attached to the adjacent buildings.
- 475. - The whole house?
- We're just raising it slightly.
- 476. Schumann did it in '64 in Venice
and '73 in Istanbul.
- 477. - He only had a crew of six.
- We can't tilt a house.
- 478. - Did it with the Leaning Tower of Pizza.
- Exactly, thank you.
- 479. - It took 300 men over two years to do it.
- There's 30 pylons.
- 480. We cut them, insert the jacks
and crank away.
- 481. It's really our best plan,
considering it's our only plan.
- 482. - Crank for how long?
- Like I said, it's our only plan.
- 483. What?
- 484. Oh, oh, okay, hold on.
- 485. Try that.
- 486. Number five. I'm a go.
- 487. Master thieves who practice the long con
live separate lives as civilians.
- 488. They have legitimate jobs and families...
- 489. which make them
extremely difficult to catch.
- 490. The greatest thief of all time was,
- 491. Gaspar LeMarc, who either died
in Portugal in 1988...
- 492. or in Hong Kong in 1996,
or he's still alive.
- 493. We may never know for certain,
- 494. was never captured or photographed...
- 495. despite being active for over 50 years.
- 496. Though he left behind a slew
- 497. only one is worth mentioning
in the same breath as LeMarc:
- 498. The thief we know only
as the Night Fox.
- 499. So named for the small onyx figurines
he leaves behind to taunt us...
- 500. the Night Fox must be considered
our number-one priority.
- 501. His string of high-profile crimes are
an embarrassment to our branch...
- 502. to our entire profession.
- 503. We need more than traditional resources
to pursue thieves like the Night Fox.
- 504. We need to train ourselves to think the
way they think, to see what they see.
- 505. And we should not allow ourselves
to be distracted...
- 506. I'm sorry. Someone just robbed
the van der Woude house.
- 507. What?
- 508. Hi, Isabel. Well, we could really use
your help on this one.
- 509. I hope the scene hasn't
- 510. When can I speak to Mr. Van der Woude?
- 511. Probably tomorrow. He's heavily sedated.
- 512. We can't figure out how they disabled
the alarm. Shorted it out somehow?
- 513. No, that would have triggered the system
and damaged the circuits.
- 514. Well, then.
Then I don't know how they got in.
- 515. They had the code. Someone other than
the owner must have known it.
- 516. Impossible. Van der Woude programmed
the last nine steps of the system.
- 517. He set it and never left the house again.
- 518. Closed loop. Redundant servers.
- 519. It's not bad, actually.
- 520. Yeah. Thanks.
- 521. Do we know each other?
- 522. - I think I saw you yesterday.
- Oh, yeah?
- 523. Yeah, you were being chased
by the police.
- 524. Chasing me? No. I don't think so.
- 525. I'm quite sure it was you.
- 526. Doesn't say much for the police.
- 527. No, I love Rome. I love it.
- 528. But there's an opening at work
the level above me, and it's...
- 529. I was thinking I was gonna try out for it.
It's in Amsterdam.
- 530. My mother has family there, so it'd be...
It'd be good.
- 531. - He lifted the whole house?
- The whole house.
- 532. - The entire house?
- The entire house.
- 533. It's called a Schumann Special...
- 534. named after this guy, a brilliant guy,
- 535. Then he did it in Istanbul in 1973.
- 536. What is it?
- 537. It's where the crossbow bolt hit.
- 538. The crossbow bolt?
- 539. They fired from that rooftop
through this open window.
- 540. With a crossbow bolt from that roof
through that window?
- 541. - That's a very difficult shot.
- No, it is an impossible shot...
- 542. until they raised the building.
- 543. Check the pylons. They'll be elevated.
- 544. - You know the name Max Schumann?
- 545. - Well, they do.
- 546. The Americans.
- 547. Wait a minute.
- 548. Exactly. Why would they bring the drill
if they weren't planning to use it?
- 549. - What?
- Oh, God.
- 550. - What?
- I don't know.
- 551. Congratulations. You are the second person
to crack the van der Woude safe tonight.
- 552. In arriving second, Mr. Ocean,
you have joined a long line...
- 553. of people who've worked hard and risked
a great deal only to get somewhere second.
- 554. You don't know these people by name,
of course, because they enter oblivion.
- 555. You know this word, "oblivion"?
- 556. It means to be totally forgotten
by everyone forever.
- 557. And it's where you would be now
if it weren't for the Bellagio heist.
- 558. How does this guy know who we are?
- 559. In a way, I'm responsible for you
coming to Amsterdam in the first place.
- 560. I hired Matsui, and Matsui hired you.
- 561. That's the guy who dimed us
- 562. - All of them, including Ocean.
- 563. I find that hard to believe.
And you are?
- 564. You can call me the Night Fox.
- 565. The Night Fox. Okay, Mr. Night Fox.
- 566. - What will this information cost me?
- Don't worry. Nothing.
- 567. Nothing? Who do you think you're
dealing with? Nothing costs nothing.
- 568. And this information is definitely
- 569. Let's just say our interests
are temporarily aligned.
- 570. How so?
- 571. Well, the information is free,
but it comes with certain conditions.
- 572. - Such as?
- Restraint on your part.
- 573. Restraint? That's asking a lot.
- 574. Two weeks to buy themselves
out of trouble.
- 575. Two weeks?
- 576. I can live with that, even if they can't.
- 577. Just out of curiosity,
what will you make them pay?
- 578. For letting them live?
Everything they stole, plus interest.
- 579. A lot of interest.
- 580. But didn't your insurance
cover what was stolen?
- 581. Of course.
- 582. So you're asking them to double
- 583. Well, do you really think that's fair?
- 584. Fair? I certainly hope not.
So, what about the information?
- 585. Okay. It's on your desk.
- 586. He was here.
Around 3:30 this morning. I can tell.
- 587. - Who?
- The Night Fox.
- 588. Go down to the Dampkring
and pick up a guy called Matsui.
- 589. Real name, Ian Nicolas McNally.
- 590. The Night Fox was here at the same time
as the Americans? Why?
- 591. That's what we're gonna find out.
- 592. What is he doing?
- 593. Get him out of there.
- 594. God.
- 595. Hello, Frank.
- 596. I can't understand what we did
to this guy.
- 597. - Why does he have it out for us like this?
- How did he get that code?
- 598. Doesn't matter. He broke rule
number one. He's on the list.
- 599. Great time for a turf war.
- 600. I spoke with Frank's associate in Dublin.
She's trying to get us a name on this guy.
- 601. Our train leaves tomorrow at 1:38, okay?
- 602. - Where is Frank?
- I don't know.
- 603. It's gonna get out. Then we'll be dead,
and no one will wanna work with us.
- 604. Housekeeping.
- 605. Turndown service for Mr. Ryan.
- 606. Hi.
- 607. Nice room.
- 608. You have it all to yourself?
- 609. You here to take me in?
- 610. Why would I do that?
It's not as if you stole something.
- 611. It's nice to see you again, Robert.
- 612. You too.
- 613. Of course, you've been seeing
plenty of me, haven't you?
- 614. I like this one.
- 615. I call it "thief? la mode. "
- 616. Schumann Special, huh?
- 617. I guess that's what I get
for opening my mouth.
- 618. So, what about the Night Fox?
- 619. Did he leave you a message?
- 620. What about the figurine?
You still have it?
- 621. I suppose it's a compliment in a way.
- 622. I guess he's threatened by you,
though I can't imagine why.
- 623. You have no idea what you're up against.
- 624. The French police
think he's better than LeMarc.
- 625. Well, he is French.
- 626. Let me give you some advice.
- 627. Find out how you offended him.
Apologize. Beg for mercy.
- 628. Got to go.
- 629. Any message for Frank?
He's been hanging around the station.
- 630. On what charge?
- 631. Well, we found a print of a size 14
Hi-Tec Magnum boot at the crime scene.
- 632. And?
- 633. Bought with a fraudulent credit card.
- 634. From that point on, well, there's only one,
maybe two great nail salons in Amsterdam.
- 635. - And you lied to us.
- Yeah, and to me.
- 636. Well, Frank knew.
- 637. - Frank knew you were in touch?
- I wasn't in touch.
- 638. I was more like keeping tabs.
- 639. - She's a cop!
- Detective, actually.
- 640. - Where'd she learn all that Schumann crap?
- 641. - What, he was a cop?
- 642. - Oh, God. Was he good?
- Oh, yeah.
- 643. Great. Pissed-off ex-girlfriend
whose thief father...
- 644. taught her every trick in the book.
- 645. Well, she just made Danny and Yen.
- 646. In the next 48 hours, your pictures
will be in every police station.
- 647. - Nobody looks at them.
- Nobody but cops.
- 648. - Detectives.
- You'd think she'd have sympathy for us...
- 649. - if her old man was a thief.
- Is that sympathy or empathy?
- 650. No, her old man got popped a day
before her 9th birthday. Died in jail.
- 651. So I wouldn't count on much sympathy.
- 652. She's gonna have the hotel
- 653. Great. We'll just eat room service, watch
movies and wait for Benedict to kill us.
- 654. - Who's on the $ 100 bill?
- 655. - John Travolta.
- He said every problem...
- 656. is an opportunity in disguise.
- 657. He couldn't say that
with a. 45 in his mouth.
- 658. No, you're missing the silver lining here.
- 659. Now, she gave us a name, didn't she?
The Night Fox.
- 660. One phone call, we're gonna find out
everything there is to know about this guy.
- 661. The name is M. Diaz.
- 662. It's a black duffel bag.
- 663. The team's in Rotterdam.
The bag's in Brussels.
- 664. He's the modern man:
- 665. paranoid, but with good reason.
- 666. It's too sad to be funny.
- 667. - I think I can get 20 minutes out of it.
- 668. I got it. The team's in Barcelona.
The bag's in Madrid.
- 669. This is a moral issue
we're dealing with here.
- 670. And we don't have a grease man anymore,
because he's in a bag somewhere.
- 671. We got a bag man.
- 672. Such an ape. An animal with no feelings.
- 673. - I have feelings.
- No, you don't.
- 674. I feel bad for the guy. He's in a piece
of luggage, but he's got water.
- 675. - What did you want them to do?
- Get off the bus.
- 676. And pick up the bag
with our friend in it.
- 677. How many pro soccer teams
are fielding 50-year-old men?
- 678. Rusty's not 50 years old.
- 679. Yeah, dude, we know Rusty's not 50.
- 680. You think I'm 50 years old?
Let me ask you something.
- 681. No, wait, let me ask you something.
- 682. How old do you think I am?
- 683. Forty-eight.
- 684. You think I'm 48 years old?
- 685. Fifty-two?
- 686. - Maybe he should've asked me.
- Nobody should ever ask you anything.
- 687. That guy doesn't have a hard enough
life right now? You gotta...
- 688. You're gonna defend him?
They put Yen in a handbag.
- 689. - Can I ask you something? Ever notice...?
- If you're gonna ask a question...
- 690. give me time to respond,
unless it's rhetorical...
- 691. in which case the answer
is obvious: Yes.
- 692. - Okay, can I ask...?
- 693. - You ever notice that Tess looks exactly...?
- Don't ever ask that. Seriously.
- 694. - Not to anyone. Especially not to her.
- Wait. Why not?
- 695. Look.
- 696. It's not in my nature to be mysterious...
- 697. but I can't talk about it,
and I can't talk about why.
- 698. - Can I ask you...? Do I look 50 to you?
- 699. - Really?
- Well, I mean, only from the neck up.
- 700. Saul?
- 701. What's the matter?
- 702. Nothing.
- 703. You wanna go out? It's nice.
- 704. No.
- 705. You wanna watch something?
The game's on.
- 706. No.
- 707. - You hungry? I'll heat something up.
- 708. Saul, ever since you got back,
you've been acting strange.
- 709. What did Danny want?
- 710. Nothing.
- 711. Nothing? How could he want nothing?
- 712. All right, the Night Fox has a name.
- 713. Baron Franзois Toulour.
- 714. Father was a French industrialist,
mother was Italian nobility.
- 715. He never met her,
but he inherited her title.
- 716. The bad news is he's rich, he's bored
and he's talented.
- 717. The really bad news is he was trained
- 718. - This is not good.
- With the LeMarc? Gaspar LeMarc?
- 719. That's the one.
- 720. - Well, we're doomed.
- We're not doomed.
- 721. - He's one guy, and he's French.
- 722. Before we get too impressed
by his background...
- 723. - ... let's hear what he's done.
- He started in the '90s.
- 724. Bank of Geneva, the Danish Treasury,
the Bank of Italy, AMC Amro...
- 725. the Brussels Diamond Exchange,
Antwerp Diamond Exchange.
- 726. - Wait, wait. All those in the 1990s?
- I'm only up to '96.
- 727. - Seriously?
- In '97, he went through an art phase.
- 728. He hit the Tate in London, the Louvre
in Paris, twice, and the Prado.
- 729. Wait. No, no, hang on. The Prado Museum
in '97? That was Moretti.
- 730. - Everybody knows that...
- He is Moretti. It's one of his aliases.
- 731. Okay, I'll skip to my favorite.
- 732. In 2002, he stole the king of Morocco's
200-foot yacht. Vanished into thin air.
- 733. Crew surfaced days later in a life raft.
Couldn't remember a thing.
- 734. - How do you hide a 200-foot yacht?
- If the king knows, he's not telling.
- 735. He got it back a month later. He now plays
tennis with Toulour every weekend.
- 736. - We're in some serious trouble here.
- Copy that.
- 737. - So, what do we do?
- We respond.
- 738. - Respond? How?
- In kind.
- 739. Mr. Ocean.
- 740. You broke rule number one,
and that has consequences.
- 741. Oh, you must be talking about
- 742. Don't worry. You'll be dead in five days,
and I'll get my paintings back.
- 743. - Unless you have an accident first.
- I don't think so, Daniel.
- 744. Perhaps I should explain to you
why I'm tormenting you.
- 745. I'd like that.
- 746. Last month I was in Portugal
to see my mentor.
- 747. - LeMarc.
- 748. A very loud and annoying American
businessman was there the same day.
- 749. He worked for a big insurance company.
- 750. He's the one who suggested Benedict
to you as a potential mark.
- 751. - You know the man?
- What about him?
- 752. He said it was the most
beautiful job he'd ever seen.
- 753. He went on and on about this job,
and then he said...
- 754. it showed you were the greatest
thief in the world.
- 755. But the worst part is that LeMarc
never corrected him.
- 756. I told LeMarc that you can't be
better than me.
- 757. And he answered that it was impossible
to know for sure.
- 758. So I thought about that for, like,
three weeks in a row, day and night.
- 759. And then suddenly, I realized that
he was actually right.
- 760. It is impossible to compare one theft
to the other.
- 761. So I guess the only way to know
who's the best of us for sure...
- 762. is to go after the same object.
Do the same job.
- 763. Don't you think that would be fun?
- 764. You're being awfully cavalier with a lot of
people's lives so you can play out a game.
- 765. You're gonna regret it.
- 766. Come on, Mr. Ocean.
- 767. How are you gonna possibly get
$97 million by next Wednesday?
- 768. Especially if every safe you crack
between now and then is already empty?
- 769. Whereas if you accept my challenge
- 770. I promise I'll pay your debt
- 771. and LeMarc will hold my money
in escrow as a guarantee.
- 772. What are we stealing?
- 773. The famous Faberg? Coronation Egg.
- 774. - Was that your idea or LeMarc's?
- I think he would agree...
- 775. that it's the most appropriate thing
for us to compete over.
- 776. Where is it located?
- 777. The egg left Paris this morning
on its way to Rome.
- 778. It travels with heavy security and usually
with one or more replicas.
- 779. Sometimes they even show the replicas
without anybody knowing.
- 780. When the egg goes on display
- 781. you'll have 48 hours to steal it
before your deadline's up.
- 782. When the deadline passes
and you don't have the egg...
- 783. LeMarc will know who's the best.
- 784. - Rusty's phone.
- Who is this?
- 785. Nicole. Who's this?
- 786. Nagel. Where's Rusty?
- 787. He said if you called,
to say he was at Gunther's.
- 788. Gunther's? What's that about?
Did he say something?
- 789. Do you have a message?
- 790. Yes, I do. Tell him this thing is gonna
cost him double what I told him.
- 791. And tell him I had to go three times
as thin on the layers.
- 792. And tell him if he wants it tomorrow,
it should cost him more than double.
- 793. And tell him this thing is beautiful.
- 794. Would fool the bloody Romanovs
- 795. And tell him I'm being a nice guy.
And tell him he dresses like a gigolo.
- 796. Is that it?
- 797. Yeah. No. Tell him having
a sexy female assistant...
- 798. is such a terrible clich?
- 799. Can I get a coffee or something?
- 800. Thanks. Just a cappuccino or espresso.
- 801. Well...
- 802. You call me on Saturday
and ask me to come into my office...
- 803. and sign a 1077...
- 804. and you can't even tell me
what they are after?
- 805. - I can come to your house.
- I'm leaving for Naples in two hours.
- 806. - We'll talk about this on Wednesday.
- It'll be gone by Wednesday.
- 807. - What? What? What will be gone?
- Something worth signing a 1077 for.
- 808. Ryan and his friends
did the Bellagio casino heist in 2001.
- 809. - I am telling you, this is serious...
- If that's true...
- 810. - ... then we should call the American FBI...
- No, no, no.
- 811. - Maurizio, listen to me.
- Agent Lahiri...
- 812. a 1077 is not a small thing.
- 813. Unless you can tell me what they are after,
there is no point in discussing it.
- 814. Hey...
- 815. Because LeMarc stole it in 1980
when 23 others failed.
- 816. Because the Night Fox is trying to prove
he's better than Ryan and his friends.
- 817. This is ridiculous.
You say the egg will be stolen.
- 818. Then you say LeMarc already stole it
24 years ago.
- 819. - Which one is it?
- 820. What?
- 821. LeMarc's wife made him
put the egg back.
- 822. When I signed a 1077 for you
on the Bulgari case...
- 823. you requisitioned 30 of my men
for three months and made zero arrests.
- 824. I won't do it again.
- 825. First, we cannot go at night.
- 826. The laser grid in the Great Hall's
impossible to beat.
- 827. - Nothing's impossible.
- This is impossible.
- 828. It's in constant motion, programmed
to improvise randomly...
- 829. meaning we can't
plan our way through.
- 830. All right.
- 831. So it's a daytime play.
- 832. We're still short three on the inside
since Isabel made you and Yen and Danny.
- 833. We could try a Smuggler's Paradise.
- 834. - It hasn't worked since the '50s.
- '54, actually.
- 835. What's option two?
- 836. Baby Jane, Squeaky Wheel,
followed by a Number-Two Son.
- 837. It's complicated, but it's got a high
success rate. The only problem is...
- 838. We can't do it without a grease man
on the inside, without Yen.
- 839. We'll have to risk it.
We'll put him in disguise.
- 840. 10:10, I leave the caf?
proceed west. 10:11?
- 841. - I enter the second-floor bathroom.
- 842. Approach the Spanish Steps
from the south.
- 843. Basher and I enter by the main entrance.
- 844. - 10:15?
- I help Yen into the ventilation duct.
- 845. - 10:18?
- I move Reuben to the Egg Room.
- 846. - I pause in the Great Hall while...
- I go to the Egg Room.
- 847. - 10:21?
- Yen enters the mainframe room.
- 848. He cuts power to grid 14-A.
He radios me. I signal Linus.
- 849. - I then go to the Egg Room.
- 850. I drop my keys and move Reuben
to his mark.
- 851. - I blind camera one.
- I blind camera two.
- 852. - I blind camera three.
- Camera four.
- 853. - I make the switch.
- 854. - 10:24?
- I pull to the corner of the main entrance.
- 855. I meet Danny at the Steps.
We head north. 10:25?
- 856. Turk and I make the drop.
- 857. All right. Really good stuff, guys.
- 858. Really good work. All right,
we'll pick it up here in an hour.
- 859. It's a slam-dunk.
- 860. - Great.
- 10:45, we all get arrested.
- 861. You bet.
- 862. - How was Toulour?
- He was predictable.
- 863. You hear from Nagel?
- 864. He'll be here.
- 865. That's a lot to presume
from a guy like Nagel.
- 866. Follow it up.
- 867. This is Isabel.
- 868. It's Johan. I just set a 6:00 meeting
for you with an Andre Ciment...
- 869. who says he had four paintings stolen
from his house in Lake Como.
- 870. - And when was this?
- Sometime Friday.
- 871. He's missing two Monets,
a Turner and a Degas.
- 872. - Which Degas was it?
- Blue Dancers.
- 873. Supposedly, there's surveillance video,
but I haven't been able to confirm that yet.
- 874. It is all about error correction.
- 875. Three thousand separate,
translucent, digital slivers...
- 876. instead of the 1000
I thought it would be.
- 877. Thank God it doesn't have to move.
- 878. Re-creating the lighting was a pain.
It's a mixture of tungsten and real light.
- 879. But I think the color rendition
is pretty damn accurate.
- 880. Batteries are in the base.
Two minutes maximum.
- 881. You're good.
- 882. - It's good, Roman. You're a genius.
- I think I am.
- 883. You'd have never got past that grid.
- 884. That's why you're paying me double.
- 885. - What? No, no, no.
- You got my message.
- 886. - Who's that sexy phone voice? Early Bond.
- What message?
- 887. The message I left with
Sexy Phone Voice Nicole.
- 888. On your mobile.
- 889. Got something going
with Gunther? Am I in?
- 890. - Okay, when did you leave the message?
- Two days ago.
- 891. She had your phone.
- 892. - She has your...?
- 893. - That means that she's...?
- 894. - Well, you better...
- 895. - That's great.
- I mean...
- 896. So...? So who's got my money?
- 897. Who has got my bloody money?
- 898. Jesus.
- 899. Sorry to hear about your mom.
- 900. She was an amazing...
- 901. Well, I thought so, at least.
- 902. She hated you.
I should've picked up on that.
- 903. - She hated all thieves.
- No wonder you fought.
- 904. Excuse me?
- 905. - May I have my phone back?
- 906. - That's a nice pull, by the way.
- 907. Did you get that tingling sensation
down your spine when you did it?
- 908. Or is that none of my business?
- 909. You considered a career change?
- 910. Have you?
- 911. I tried hotels.
- 912. I'm better at this.
- 913. Went by the caf? for some tiramisu.
- 914. - It wasn't the same.
- Who's the Night Fox?
- 915. - They did something to the eggs.
- Why accept his challenge?
- 916. Because he'll lose.
- 917. And how can you beat him?
- 918. We can't.
- 919. You're not making any sense.
- 920. Okay.
- 921. The Bulgari job you pulled with Frank
when we were together...
- 922. I knew it was you.
- 923. Why didn't you say something?
- 924. Why didn't you...
- 925. Robert?
- 926. I didn't want it to end.
- 927. You assumed it would.
- 928. Was I wrong?
- 929. You shouldn't be here.
- 930. I have a meeting.
- 931. Someone stole a whole bunch
of paintings in Lake Como.
- 932. Interesting. Any leads?
- 933. The next time I see you...
- 934. I'm arresting you.
- 935. And Ocean and anybody else I recognize.
- 936. Fair enough.
- 937. - Ready?
- 938. Yes, of course I do.
- 939. My Blue Dancers, my Degas.
- 940. They took it, unfortunately,
and I really would like...
- 941. Do you have any enemies?
- 942. Anybody out there who would
feel wronged by you?
- 943. No. I can't see anyone.
- 944. But why? You think...
You think maybe the thief...
- 945. is trying to harm me personally now?
- 946. Well, I assumed he was after
the paintings themselves.
- 947. I think it's enough.
- 948. Ready?
- 949. Good?
- 950. I have something you might be
- 951. It's a DVD with all the hidden
surveillance cameras I have to my place.
- 952. It's plenty. I haven't checked it out yet.
- 953. Maybe the thieves have been
careless enough to be photographed.
- 954. I doubt it, this level of thief,
but I'll take a look.
- 955. Yeah. You never know.
- 956. Okay. Well, merci.
- 957. Thank you, Mademoiselle Lahiri,
- 958. Thank you. Goodbye. Goodbye.
- 959. Mademoiselle Lahiri.
- 960. Did you get the faxed copy
of the 1077? Good.
- 961. Here's what I need:
A dozen... Twelve uniformed officers.
- 962. Metal detectors, extra cameras.
- 963. So I'll e-mail you the photographs.
Do you happen to have a pen?
- 964. I'll just give you the names. Okay.
- 965. Livingston Dell, male, Caucasian,
5'6", 150 pounds.
- 966. Virgil Malloy, male, Caucasian,
5'10", 160 pounds.
- 967. Robert Ryan, male, Caucasian...
- 968. - Hello?
- Buon giorno, Mr. Eisenhower.
- 969. This is your 5 a. M. Wake-up call.
- 970. - Really?
- Yes, I'm afraid.
- 971. Have a nice day, sir.
- 972. - Hey.
- What are you doing?
- 973. - What...? Sleeping. Why are you dressed?
- It's 5:30, day of. We gotta go. Let's go.
- 974. It's 11:30.
- 975. The night before.
- 976. But...
- 977. Oh, he's mean.
He's just mean-spirited.
- 978. - How many espressos did you have?
- 979. Yeah, come on.
- 980. I don't know if she's just confused...
- 981. or she's really turned the corner
and hates me now.
- 982. You think I handled this wrong?
- 983. I was too forceful.
I was too American.
- 984. She's different.
- 985. Maybe you're right,
maybe she has moved on.
- 986. You know, I talked to a doctor
about getting that tattoo removed.
- 987. But given its location,
he advised against it.
- 988. That guy doing Potsie is unbelievable.
- 989. I mean, what's this guy's problem?
- 990. He's stitched us up twice in two weeks,
all over his ego.
- 991. It's the first decent evening we've
had together in I don't know how long.
- 992. All right, all right,
let's just stay on point here.
- 993. Let's go over the list again.
- 994. Who died and made you Danny?
- 995. No one.
- 996. I'm sorry. My emotions
are all over the place.
- 997. I was forceful, trying
to show good leadership...
- 998. - For fuck's sake. Let's go.
- You're a good leader.
- 999. Thanks.
- 1000. All right, well,
let's go over the list again.
- 1001. - Swinging Priest?
- Not enough people.
- 1002. - Crazy Larry?
- Not enough people.
- 1003. - Soft Shoulder?
- Not enough people.
- 1004. - Baker's Dozen?
- No woman and not enough people.
- 1005. Hell in a Hand basket?
- 1006. We can't train a cat that quickly.
And not enough people.
- 1007. - What about Tess?
- What about her?
- 1008. Well, you know how she
kind of looks like...
- 1009. - So what?
- Yeah, what's your point?
- 1010. So we do a Lookie-loo.
- 1011. - It's a Lookie-loo with a Bundle of Joy.
- A Lookie-loo with Tess...
- 1012. and a Bundle of Joy?
- 1013. You've gone right out of your tree,
my son. He's mad.
- 1014. It's crazy. It's Italian-television crazy,
and we're still one short.
- 1015. No, think about it. She can get near the egg
during daylight with half the system down.
- 1016. I mean, that's a trifecta.
- 1017. He might be right. Make the calls.
- 1018. Linus Caldwell, you are not
following the procedures...
- 1019. Danny talked about
if Terry Benedict shows up.
- 1020. Something is wrong. What is wrong?
- 1021. Danny's fine. He's with Rusty.
- 1022. During this part of the plan,
they can't communicate with us.
- 1023. Promise he isn't hurt.
- 1024. I promise he isn't hurt.
- 1025. You're gonna miss the deadline.
- 1026. Danny would be thrilled if you met him
in Rome when the job's finished.
- 1027. He misses you like crazy.
- 1028. Plus, you studied art,
so I know how much you love Rome.
- 1029. There's no downside here.
- 1030. Wow, they're bringing you
along fast, aren't they?
- 1031. Yes. Danny would be more thrilled...
- 1032. if you were on the 7 p. M. Out of JFK,
which means you have to leave right now.
- 1033. I thought I'd requested a midsize.
- 1034. - Danny here?
- He wanted to be.
- 1035. Did you have a nice flight? We weren't
sure if you were a window or aisle person.
- 1036. - How long's Danny been in jail?
- Just a couple of days, really.
- 1037. Which, you know, on the bright side,
he's completely safe from Benedict.
- 1038. He told me everything was fine.
He lied right to me.
- 1039. What I think he meant by "fine"
is we're running low on time and money...
- 1040. and we're deeper in debt
than when we started.
- 1041. I assume that you have a plan
to get him out.
- 1042. - Actually, she sounds like her.
- No, she needs a Southern accent.
- 1043. - Can you do a Southern...?
- What the hell is going on with you guys?
- 1044. Not quite. The accent is crucial.
It's the first thing people notice.
- 1045. - This ridiculous car, what is it doing?
- Okay, I'm sorry.
- 1046. All right, I'm just gonna level with you.
Due to certain personnel losses...
- 1047. that we have sustained...
- 1048. we're... Various readjustments
had to be made.
- 1049. You're gonna have to play a small role
in this thing.
- 1050. Okay? So can you put these on?
- 1051. I'd like you to put this hat on.
- 1052. You're gonna put on that,
and you're gonna stuff it with that.
- 1053. And we'll turn around,
just give you a little moment.
- 1054. Small role.
- 1055. Who am I supposed to be?
- 1056. Well...
- 1057. Oh, really?
- 1058. Well, absolutely.
- 1059. I can have... We can make
the suite available.
- 1060. No, no, no trouble at all.
- 1061. I mean, we would love... We are honored
that she would think of us again.
- 1062. Okay.
- 1063. Okay. Thank you.
- 1064. Bye.
- 1065. How is this going to get Danny out?
- 1066. - We needed someone famous.
- Why didn't you get someone famous?
- 1067. Just think Four Weddings and a Funeral.
- 1068. She wasn't in
Four Weddings and a Funeral.
- 1069. "I."I wasn't in
Four Weddings and a Funeral. "
- 1070. Just protect your fake baby.
- 1071. I'm hyperventilating.
- 1072. - Welcome back, Signora Roberts.
- Thank you. She's very tired.
- 1073. - Take it. Take it.
- 1074. Oh, let's hide. Let's hide.
- 1075. Julia?
- 1076. My name is Teresa.
- 1077. I thought I saw a friend of mine,
someone that I know.
- 1078. No, absolutely not. You can't turn off
the pressure sensors. No.
- 1079. Well, she can't touch it.
- 1080. She's a movie star.
She's not the pope, for Chris sake.
- 1081. You're from Smyrna, Georgia.
You were born in 1967.
- 1082. - You like croquet and knitting.
- Your middle name is Fiona.
- 1083. You've got 10 dogs, seven horses.
- 1084. - Your favorite color is peach.
- She doesn't have more horses than dogs.
- 1085. - I can't do this. I can't.
- Tess, we're out of time.
- 1086. - "Julia," please.
- 1087. No, we understand you're feeling
insecure. That is totally natural.
- 1088. - You're playing an actress. They're insecure.
- No, I'm not insecure. I'm freaking out.
- 1089. - Yes. That's right.
- 1090. You're playing a role.
- 1091. No, you're playing a role.
I'm apparently playing a real person.
- 1092. - Yeah, so?
- It's just wrong.
- 1093. You mean, like, morally?
- 1094. No. Well, yes.
- 1095. Probably... It's not the point.
The point is you want me to speak...
- 1096. for someone who's out there somewhere.
It's too personal.
- 1097. More personal than your husband
- 1098. He won't do 25-to-life. Benedict will
have him killed immediately.
- 1099. - Don't.
- I'm sorry, that was stupid.
- 1100. We're gonna be in and out in 10 minutes.
We have to. That's our time frame.
- 1101. You don't even have to talk. Give them
a big smile, wave at the cameras.
- 1102. - That's all she ever does.
- But if you do say something...
- 1103. don't forget your accent.
Drop your G's, and longer vowels.
- 1104. Room service.
- 1105. It's gonna be fine.
You've gotta remember something.
- 1106. You are an image to these people.
You're like an object.
- 1107. Nobody actually knows you.
The last thing this is gonna be is personal.
- 1108. - Aren't you overdue?
- Why are you in Rome?
- 1109. - I'm here on vacation.
- I love you.
- 1110. You are not supposed to fly
eight months pregnant.
- 1111. - I know.
- Is Danny here?
- 1112. - Of course.
- 1113. - No, no, I mean, he has...
- He's working?
- 1114. - Yes. Yes and no. He's working.
- In Rome?
- 1115. - Bruce. Glen Snackwell, publicity.
- Hey, Glen.
- 1116. - I'm a big fan.
- 1117. Great. You fired Marcy?
- 1118. You fired Marcy. Two weeks ago,
you told me I should go with Marcy.
- 1119. - I'm sorry.
- Tell him what happened with Marcy, Glen.
- 1120. - There's a story?
- Always a story with Marcy.
- 1121. - Marcy... Marcy...
- You look fantastic.
- 1122. - Such a surprise.
- You should sit down.
- 1123. I'm with the studio.
Marcy's still very much in the picture.
- 1124. I just wanted to get you for a second.
- 1125. We're looking to come off
this baby thing strong.
- 1126. You know, that little statue on the mantle
starts smirking at you after a while.
- 1127. You know what I'm saying?
- 1128. - Not really, Glen, no.
- Sorry. Yeah.
- 1129. Hey, Jules, that reminds me.
- 1130. I've been meaning to call you
since the girls and I were in Taos.
- 1131. - It's so good to see you.
- Come here. These are a mess.
- 1132. Anyway, Tallulah left her
SpongeBob blanket in the red casita.
- 1133. - Okay.
- So, what I wanna do... Here.
- 1134. - Thank you.
- You're welcome.
- 1135. - Thanks, Bruce.
- Is call Marcus...
- 1136. and have him get ahold of Louise
so we can make arrangements to get it.
- 1137. He's home now, right?
- 1138. - Marcus...
- I need to talk to Marcus.
- 1139. - That's so funny. What a coincidence.
- Go ahead. Talk to him.
- 1140. Over by the window, with the reception.
- 1141. - Hello?
- Hello, Marcus?
- 1142. No, it's Julia. Who's this?
- 1143. It's Julia. I'm with Bruce Willis.
- 1144. You're with Bruce right now?
- 1145. Can I speak with him?
Oh, yes, Tallulah's SpongeBob.
- 1146. - I'm sorry, can I talk to him for a sec?
- Did it drop out?
- 1147. - Yes, it fell out.
- That's been happening all week.
- 1148. - Put that phone away right now.
- 1149. Hang it up and put it away.
- 1150. Do you have any idea how vulnerable...
- 1151. a fetus' brain is to the electromagnetic
field created by your cell phone?
- 1152. You might as well point a gun
at her stomach.
- 1153. - I'm Bruce Willis.
- Simon Leopold.
- 1154. - I am Julia's physician.
- He's a doctor.
- 1155. What happened to Dr. Webber?
- 1156. - You know, Doc...? He was sick.
- Dr. Webber is on vacation.
- 1157. - Well, he's sick.
- He's sick on vacation.
- 1158. - Sick on vacation.
- Don't you hate that? Sick on vacation.
- 1159. Sorry to have jumped on you, Mr. Willis.
You do very good actings.
- 1160. Thank you.
- 1161. - Snack bar.
- 1162. It doesn't matter. If we are to get there
at 4:00 and do that...
- 1163. - I say 50-50.
- Closer than that.
- 1164. - 2- 1 they don't make it to the museum.
- 5- 1 they don't make it to the Egg Room.
- 1165. What?
- 1166. - She's still my wife.
- She's a novice. You said so.
- 1167. - Led by an apprentice.
- Being tracked by a pro.
- 1168. You want her to win.
- 1169. - Which her?
- You know which her.
- 1170. - The one that started all this.
- 1171. - Good. For a minute...
- Why would I say that? It's not her fault.
- 1172. - It wasn't.
- Okay, then.
- 1173. - Good.
- 1174. - I'm confused.
- Yeah, who are you talking about?
- 1175. - Isabel.
- 1176. - I loved it, but I figured it out.
- Not a lot of people did.
- 1177. - That's amazing.
- The second she doesn't...
- 1178. talk to you in the restaurant, I knew...
- 1179. You figured that out.
- 1180. - Yeah, I mean, the movie still works for me.
- 1181. Can we just...? Does she really
need to be rushing this quickly?
- 1182. - She's practically jogging.
- In Thailand...
- 1183. mothers routinely give birth in
rice paddies and then go right back to work.
- 1184. - Amazing women over there.
- Rice paddy?
- 1185. She will not have it in a rice paddy.
She'll be at her own paddy.
- 1186. And she will be very comfortable
because she will be strong...
- 1187. from this walk and this exercise.
- 1188. Was she worth it?
- 1189. Was Tess?
- 1190. The moment that she doesn't talk to you
in the restaurant, I knew.
- 1191. - Your friends didn't tell you?
- 1192. - That's when you figured it out, huh?
- 1193. - But the movie was still enjoyable for me.
- Okay. Thanks.
- 1194. If everybody's so freaking smart, how come
the movie did $675 million worldwide...
- 1195. theatrical?
- 1196. Julia. Doctor.
- 1197. Doctor, you might wanna
call the rice paddy now.
- 1198. Seal off the museum. Nobody in or out.
- 1199. - Bring... Bring it, bring it.
- Quickly, quickly.
- 1200. - Sit her down. Sit her down.
- Everybody just relax.
- 1201. - Can you hear me? Talk to me.
- She is fine. She is fine.
- 1202. She's good? Okay, that's it.
We're done here. No more pictures.
- 1203. - Thank you, Bruce Willis.
- Just don't worry.
- 1204. - Thank you, museum. We are code four.
- Walk slowly, like you're doing.
- 1205. We'll get you into the car
as fast as we can.
- 1206. Okay, we're not stopping. Don't stop.
- 1207. - Hello.
- We're on our way out.
- 1208. Isabel Lahiri, I'm with the museum.
It is so great to meet you.
- 1209. - We're very late.
- I'm sorry, this won't take long.
- 1210. I don't wanna be an annoying fan,
but my boyfriend is such a huge fan.
- 1211. I can't let you leave unless you sign
something for him. Do you mind?
- 1212. - That's very unorthodox.
- Sorry, it won't take long.
- 1213. - What's his name?
- His name's Robert.
- 1214. Aren't you a lefty?
I thought you were a lefty.
- 1215. She is a lefty.
- 1216. Often pregnant women
- 1217. You are a big fan.
- 1218. She doesn't necessarily
have to sign lefty.
- 1219. Oh, thanks so much. This is great.
- 1220. Okay. We're on the move.
- 1221. Thank you. You take care, now.
- 1222. And one more thing.
I just got off the phone...
- 1223. with someone called Marcy who put you
on a plane from Taos, New Mexico to L. A...
- 1224. where you have a 1:00 meeting
about a film, Clowns Can't Sleep.
- 1225. Anyway, she just wanted me to let you
know everyone's running a little late...
- 1226. and was wondering if you could
make it at 1:30 instead.
- 1227. I knew it.
- 1228. Shame on you.
- 1229. I don't think we've met. Bruce.
- 1230. Isabel Lahiri. Nice to meet you.
- 1231. Do you really have a boyfriend?
- 1232. Or were you just...? Was that just
part of the whole thing with them?
- 1233. So how'd it go?
- 1234. You Lahiri?
- 1235. I'm Section Chief Molly Starr.
- 1236. I spoke to a very nice man at Europol
this morning, Commissioner Greisman.
- 1237. He wants you on the next flight
- 1238. There seems to be some irregularity
with your paperwork.
- 1239. That one.
- 1240. Let's start with that one.
- 1241. Imagine yourself in a room...
- 1242. that's too short for you to stand up in
and not wide enough for you to lie down in.
- 1243. A room with no light, no heat...
- 1244. and stone walls scratched by the teeth
and nails of desperate men...
- 1245. men driven crazy by isolation.
- 1246. You will have rats for company...
- 1247. and a small window that looks out
on the world that has passed you by.
- 1248. Your parents will grow old and die,
just like your dreams.
- 1249. Your friends will forget your name,
tell your stories as their own...
- 1250. because what good is a story when
the person who owns it has vanished?
- 1251. - What do you want?
- Testify against the others...
- 1252. in the Benedict case.
- 1253. The Italian charges will be dropped.
- 1254. You and the others will be extradited
to the U.S. This afternoon.
- 1255. Plead, and you walk with parole.
- 1256. I can't.
- 1257. Think about it, Linus.
- 1258. For a moment there,
I was already forgetting your name.
- 1259. Wait.
- 1260. Just hang on a sec.
- 1261. Linus.
- 1262. Right. Thanks.
- 1263. You okay?
- 1264. - Well, I blew the meet with Matsui.
- 1265. Let me guess. He pulled
a Lost in Translation on you.
- 1266. That's his idea of fun for first-timers.
- 1267. - I mean... How do I not see these things?
- Don't get down on yourself.
- 1268. - Obvious.
- We talked about this.
- 1269. I hope Danny and Rusty appreciate the job
you did in a tight jam. I am proud of you.
- 1270. - Thanks.
- We both are.
- 1271. - You...? You told Dad?
- I had to, sweetheart.
- 1272. - You told Dad?
- We were on vacation.
- 1273. I'm sorry.
- 1274. Great. Thanks. You're gonna be
dining out on this one for months.
- 1275. "Hey, remember the time your mom
had to come to Rome... "
- 1276. I'm sorry.
- 1277. Every time with him. It's like...
- 1278. It's like a...
It's like a...
- 1279. That was for keeping me in the dark.
And that... That...
- 1280. is for making me a master thief.
- 1281. - And that...
- 1282. is for ruining our
second third anniversary.
- 1283. Okay. Okay? Come here.
- 1284. I'm sorry I kept you in the dark.
- 1285. I'm sorry that I made you a thief.
- 1286. - Master.
- Master thief.
- 1287. And I'm very sorry that I ruined
our second third anniversary.
- 1288. - Okay?
- 1289. You forgive me?
- 1290. - A little.
- All right.
- 1291. What was Bruce Willis like? Was he...?
- 1292. Follow it. That's Ryan's car.
Follow that one.
- 1293. Hey, wait, wait!
- 1294. What the hell is going on?
- 1295. Your father's alive, Izzy.
- 1296. Your mom lied to you...
- 1297. - to keep you from him. He's alive.
- What are you talking about?
- 1298. When they divorced, she told him if he
contacted you, she'd go to the cops...
- 1299. with everything to put him in jail.
- 1300. How do you know that?
- 1301. And why should I believe you?
I don't believe you, okay?
- 1302. You know where he is?
- 1303. I know somebody who does.
- 1304. There's nothing back there
but a forged 1077.
- 1305. - No. Really? No.
- 1306. That'd be horrible.
- 1307. It's hard, you know, for dinners.
- 1308. Well, you must have very good contacts.
- 1309. I hear it usually takes days
to buy your way out.
- 1310. - Tess, this is Franзois Toulour.
- Madame Ocean, at last.
- 1311. - Hello.
- He's French.
- 1312. Shouldn't you be somewhere else
by now, like...
- 1313. Outer Mongolia, maybe?
- 1314. Well, before we get to that,
we just wanted to ask you one question.
- 1315. - What is that?
- How'd you do it?
- 1316. Oh, so that's why you came.
You wanna know.
- 1317. Well, I guess that's normal.
- 1318. But I got another deal for you.
- 1319. You both recognize that I'm the best,
and I'll tell you my secret.
- 1320. - Yeah.
- 1321. Make it if you get him to tell us...
- 1322. - and tell him that he is the best.
- Oh, okay.
- 1323. - I won't tell him because you're the best.
- All right. Thank you.
- 1324. All right.
- 1325. We'll tell you you're the best
after you tell us how you did it.
- 1326. How can I refuse
a dying man's last request?
- 1327. The egg arrived in Rome at 6:45 p. M.
The Saturday before it went on display.
- 1328. - It was at the museum by 8 p. M.
- Wait a minute, hold on.
- 1329. You stole it that evening?
With the museum locked down?
- 1330. How'd you get in the building?
How'd you get past the sensors?
- 1331. Why didn't my recon team see you?
- 1332. - Don't touch my thing.
- I didn't touch your thing. Like it works.
- 1333. You got greasy hands, you put them
on the lens. Now I can't see.
- 1334. - You can't see anything.
- I see you. You look like a retard.
- 1335. You look like a retard.
- 1336. I'll pay you a million dollars if you don't
speak for a month. One month.
- 1337. - I wanna eat your whole head.
- Go ahead. A million dollars. No joke.
- 1338. Right. With no equipment, no rope.
- 1339. Of course. Come on, don't tell me
you don't know how to do that.
- 1340. How did you get by the laser field
in the Great Hall?
- 1341. The laser fields. Well...
- 1342. Okay. Toulour, you're the best.
- 1343. Well, thank you, Danny.
- 1344. Good. Now, if you can just
get us our money...
- 1345. we'll be going.
- 1346. The money?
- 1347. What money?
- 1348. The money that you agreed
to pay Benedict if we won.
- 1349. - We're under a deadline.
- No, no, no, you don't understand.
- 1350. You didn't win.
- 1351. You lost. And not only did you lose...
- 1352. your entire crew got pinched.
I gotta tell you something.
- 1353. You don't look anything like her.
Eventually, the nose, but the ears...
- 1354. I mean, the way you walk
and you dress...
- 1355. That means that you spoke to LeMarc.
- 1356. You spoke to LeMarc?
- 1357. Since I'm dead, I think my involvement
in this should stay among the three of us.
- 1358. - Of course.
- 1359. It's ironic that the solution to all of
our problems will be provided by Toulour.
- 1360. I'm sure I provoked him by agreeing with my
American friend that you might be better.
- 1361. I apologize sincerely for the trouble
I've caused you.
- 1362. - There's no need.
- Especially now.
- 1363. Remember, from the time you see Toulour
at his villa and the challenge begins...
- 1364. you must assume he will have you
under surveillance everywhere you go.
- 1365. You'll have to put on
a very elaborate show.
- 1366. The egg, the real egg...
- 1367. will be carried in a backpack
on a train leaving Gare du Nord...
- 1368. - at 9:30 a. M.
- Thank you.
- 1369. You saved our lives, Gaspar.
- 1370. Yeah. And I'm still getting
the better of you.
- 1371. And I stole a replica?
- 1372. Your paintings are in a high-security
warehouse in Milan.
- 1373. It's 17 Via Andreotti, unit 222.
- 1374. - Security code is 2-3-1-1-6...
- 6-4-6. Thank you.
- 1375. Listen, all games aside, that was...
That was very good.
- 1376. That was good. How'd you do that?
- 1377. Well, I told you one story tonight.
I think that'll be enough. So now...
- 1378. if you, both of you, could please...
- 1379. - Whose house is this?
- It belongs to a thief I know in Paris.
- 1380. He knows my father?
- 1381. Probably better than anyone.
- 1382. Who is he?
- 1383. - He helped with the whole Night Fox thing.
- What's his name?
- 1384. His real name? I don't know, actually.
- 1385. I've only known him as LeMarc.
- 1386. LeMarc?
- 1387. Oh, my God.
- 1388. Where the hell have you been?
- 1389. Waiting.
- 1390. For what?
- 1391. For this.
- 1392. Oh, my God.
- 1393. So we done?
- 1394. Issue closed?
- 1395. - Is it actually good?
- It's good. Trust me.
- 1396. I don't trust you, and I don't trust Ocean.
If it's good, we're done.
- 1397. These grudges, they're awful.
- 1398. Danny's had enough of this meshugaas.
- 1399. And the competition,
it's worse than our business.
- 1400. Always some new young punk
trying to prove himself.
- 1401. Guys like Ocean, they keep coming back.
They don't like to lose.
- 1402. - Too much ego, too much pride.
- Maybe for some guys, but not Danny.
- 1403. Trust me on that.
Danny don't feel like he lost in all this.
- 1404. It's hard to believe,
but that's how he feels.
- 1405. Well, if he tries anything... If anybody
tries anything, I'll be waiting.
- 1406. Terry, I can't predict the future.
- 1407. I pay professionals to do that,
and even they get it wrong sometimes.
- 1408. I can't say that nobody'll ever
try to rob from you again.
- 1409. But I can say this: If, God forbid,
anything does happen to you...
- 1410. we will not be involved.
- 1411. You better not be, Reuben.
You better not be.
- 1412. Hey.
- 1413. Good to see you guys.
- 1414. You don't remember? You put me
through hell, and you don't remember?
- 1415. - Hey.
- 1416. - You're more beautiful than ever.
- 1417. - Five-oh-five?
- 1418. - Who's winning?
- I'm little.
- 1419. - And you're big.
- You're big?
- 1420. Oh, my God.
- 1421. - Hello.
- Oh, my God.
- 1422. You're all under arrest.
- 1423. You're thieves. You're crooks.
- 1424. Isabel, Livingston Dell.
- 1425. Thank you.
- 1426. Isabel, Tess.
- 1427. The adult table. That's the kids' table.
- 1428. - Let me clear that for you.
- I'm in.
- 1429. Can I get another beer?
- 1430. - I feel I know you.
- Wait, wait. We didn't... We didn't bet.
- 1431. You want five?
- 1432. - Five.
- So nasty.
- 1433. Okay.
- 1434. Is that a joke?
- 1435. Yes.
- 1436. - Jesus Christ.
- She's drunk!