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Atlantis: The Lost Empire | Part 2

Quotes Yes, Mrs. Packard. What is it? I'm picking up something on the hydrophone I think you should hear. Put it on speakers. What is it? A pod of whales? Uh-uh. Bigger. It sounds metallic. Could be an echo off one of the rocks. Do you want to do my job? Be my guest. Is it just me, or is that getting louder? Well, whatever it was, it's gone now. Helmsman! Bring us about. Tighten our search pattern and slow us to Out of the way! Tell Cookie to melt the butter and break out the bibs. I want this lobster served up on a silver platter. Load the torpedo bays! Subpod crews, battle stations! ENSIGN: Battle stations! ROURKE, ON INTERCOM: Steady, boys. Don't panic. Jiminy Christmas! It's a machine! Wait, wait! Uhh! Launch subpods! ENSIGN: Subpods away! ROURKE, ON RADIO: Fire! We're free. All ahead full. Fire torpedoes! ENSIGN: Fire torpedoes! Get me the bridge! Sir, it's engineering on four. AUDREY, ON INTERCOM: Rourke! We took a big hit down here and we're taking on water fast. I don't want to be around when it hits the boilers. How much time do we have? 20 minutes, if the bulkhead holds. You better make that five. You heard the lady. Let's move! Move! Where? Move where? Packard, sound the alarm! He took his suitcase? Marge, honey, I don't think he's comin' back. Packard! I have to call you back. No, no, I'll call you. PACKARD: All hands, abandon ship. Move it, people! Sometime today would be nice! Come on! Everybody grab a seat and buckle in. Lieutenant, get us out of here! ROURKE: Lieutenant! HELGA: I'm working on it! Hang on. Where to, Mr. Thatch? We're looking for a big crevice of some kind. There! Up ahead. All craft, make your mark 20 degrees down angle. Roger! 20 degrees down angle. Right behind you! MOLE: Sacre bleu! MAN: We're getting killed out here! Look out! It's only a grease trap. It's just like a sink. It's only a grease trap. It's just like a sink! Seven hours ago, we started this expedition with 200 of the finest men and women I've ever known. We're all that's left. I won't sugar-coat it, gentlemen. We have a crisis on our hands. But we've been up this particular creek before and we've always come through, paddle or no paddle. I see no reason to change that policy now. From here on in, everyone pulls double duty. Everyone drives, everyone works. Looks like all our chances for survival rest with you, Mr. Thatch. You and that little book. We're all gonna die. ROURKE: OK, people. Saddle up. Lieutenant, I want this convoy moving five minutes ago. Moliere, you're on point. No, Vinney, Audrey's taking the oiler. You know the rules. I want you 50 yards behind that truck at all times. And, Packard, put out that cigarette. Are you sure you're checked out on this class of vehicle? Can you drive a truck? Pfft! Heh heh. Of course I can drive a truck. I mean, sure, you got your steering and your gas and your brake and, of course, this metal, uh, looking thing. OK, so it was a bumper car at Coney Island but it's the same basic principle! DRIVER: Come on! MILO: Sorry abou sorry about that. SECOND DRIVER: Come on, civilian! Oof. Ahh. You didn't just drink that, did you? Mm-hmm. That's not good. That's nitroglycerin. Don't move. Eh, don't breathe. Don't do anything, except pray maybe. Boom! Aah! SWEET: Yeah. MILO: Good night! Will you look at the size of this! It's gotta be half a mile high at least. It it must have taken hundred no, pfft, thousands of years to carve this thing. Hey, look, I made a bridge. It only took me, like, what? 10 seconds, 11, tops. Looks like we have a little roadblock. Vinny, what do you think? I could unroadblock that if I had about 200 of these. Problem is I only got about 10. Plus, you know, five of my own and a couple of cherry bombs a road flare. Hey, too bad we don't have some nitroglycerin, eh, Milo? Looks like we're gonna have to dig. It will be my pleasure. Aah! Oh! Stupid! You are stupid! I don't understand it. I just tuned this thing up this morning. It looks like the rotor's shot! I'm gonna have to pull a spare from one of the trucks. Can l No toques nada! I'll be right back. She lives! Hey, what'd you do? Well, you know, the boiler in this baby is a Humac model P54/813. Now we got the 814 back at the museum. The heating cores on the whole Humac line have always been a little, you know, temperamental so sometimes you gotta boom! Persuade 'em a little. Yeah, yeah, thank you very much. Shut up. Two for flinching. This is it. It's gotta be. ROURKE: All right, we'll make camp here. Why is it glowing? Pah! It is a natural phosphorescence. That thing is going to keep me up all night, I know it. COOKIE: Come and get it! For the appetizer, Caesar salad escargot and your Oriental spring rolls. Yuck. I wanted the escargot. Knock yourself out. There you go, Milo. Put some meat on them bones. Thanks, Cookie. That looks greasier than usual. You like it? Well, have some more. You're so skinny, if you turned sideways and stuck out your tongue you'd look like a zipper. You know, we've been pretty tough on the kid. What do you say we cut him some slack? Yeah, you're right. Hey, Milo! Why don't you come sit with us? Really? You don't mind? Nah. Park it here. Gee, this is great. I mean, you know it's an honor to be included in your Mole! Ah, forgive me. I could not resist. Hey, Milo, don't you ever close that book? Yeah, you must've read it a dozen times by now. I know, but this this doesn't make any sense. See, in this passage here, the shepherd seems to be leading up to something. He calls it the heart of Atlantis. It could be the power source the legends refer to. But then it just it cuts off. It's almost like there's a missing page. Kid, relax. We don't get paid overtime. I know, I know. Sometimes I get a little carried away. But, hey, you know, that's what this is all about, right? I mean, discovery, teamwork, adventure. Unless, maybe you're just in it for the money. Money. Money. I'm gonna say money. Well, I guess I set myself up for that one. What, is something wrong with your neck? Oh, yeah, I must've hurt it when Aah! Ow! Better? Yeah! Hey, how'd you learn how to do that? An Arapaho medicine man. Get outta here. Born and raised with 'em. My father was an army medic. He settled down in the Kansas Territory after he met my mother. No kidding. Nope. I got a sheepskin from Howard U. And a bearskin from old Iron Cloud. Halfway through medical school, I was drafted. One day I'm studying gross anatomy in the classroom the next I'm sewing up Rough Riders on San Juan Hill. Main course. I couldn't eat another bite. AUDREY: I'm watching my weight. Ha ha ha, don't you worry. It'll keep and keep and keep. Thank God I lost my sense of taste years ago. Aren't you going to pitch up your tent? Uh, I did. I guess I'm still a little rusty at this. I haven't gone camping since well, the last time my grandpa took me. I never got to meet your grandfather. What was he like? Where do you start? He was like a father to me, really. My parents died when I was a little kid and he took me in. What? Well, I was just thinkin'. One time, when I was eight, we were hiking along this stream and I saw something shining in the water. It was a genuine arrowhead. Well, you'd think I'd found a lost civilization the way Grandpa carried on about it. It wasn't until I was older that I realized that the arrowhead was just some compressed shale mixed with zinc pyrite that had fractured into an isosceletic triangulate. That is so cute! Say,
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  Audrey, uh, no no offense but how does a teenager become the chief mechanic of a multimillion dollar expedition? Well, I took this job when my dad retired. But the funny thing was he always wanted sons, right? One to run his machine shop and the other to be middleweight boxing champion. But he got my sister and me instead. So, what what happened to your sister? She's 24 and 0, with a shot at the title next month. Anyway, I'm saving up so my Papi and I can open another shop. Forget your jammies, Mrs. Packard? I sleep in the nude. SWEET: You're gonna want a pair of these. She sleepwalks. Well, as far as me goes I just like to blow things up. SWEET: Come on, Vinny tell the kid the truth. My family owned a flower shop. We would sell roses carnations, baby's breath, you name it. One day, I'm making about
three dozen corsages for this prom. You know, the one they put on their wrist. And everybody, they come. Where is it? When is it? Does it match my dress? It's a nightmare. Anyway, I guess there was this leak next door of gas or what. Boom! No more Chinese laundry. Blew me right through the front window. It was like a sign from God. I found myself that boom. What's Mole's story? Trust me on this one. You don't wanna know. Audrey, don't tell him. You shouldn't have told me, but you did. And now I'm telling you you don't wanna know. The redhead's got a gun. Ahh, ooh. Ah! Aah! Holy Whoa! Fire. MILO: Fire! I'm gonna kill him. Thatch, go back to bed. Get some water on that fire! ROURKE: No time! Get us into those caves! Move it! Move it! Move it! COOKIE: Ya-ha! Gertie, pull! Milo, jump! Right now! Aah! Aah! No, no! Whoa! Whoa! Aah! Aah! All right, who's not dead? Sound off. COOKIE: Danged lightnin' bugs done bit me on my sit-upon. Somebody's gonna have to suck out that poison. Now don't everybody jump up at once. ROURKE: Audrey, give me a damage report. Not as bad as it could have been. We totaled rigs two and seven but the digger looks like it'll still run. Lucky for us we landed in something soft. Pumice ash. We are standing at the base of a dormant volcano. HELGA: It just keeps going. Maybe that's our ticket outta here. Maybe not. The magma has solidified in the bowels of the volcano effectively blocking the exit. I got the same problem with sauerkraut. Hold on. Back up. Are you sayin' this whole volcano can blow at any time? No, no, no, no. That would take an explosive force of great magnitude. Maybe I should do this later, huh? If we could blow the top off of that thing, we'd have a straight shot to the surface. Mr. Thatch, what do you think? Mr. Thatch? ROURKE: Thatch? Hey, wait! MILO: Who who are you? Where are you going? Come back! Hey, wait a minute! Who are you? Sweet mother of Jefferson Davis! It's beautiful. Milo, I gotta hand it to you. You really came through. SWEET: Uh, I take that back. Holy cats! Who are these guys? They gotta be Atlanteans. What? That's impossible! I seen this back in the Dakota. They can smell fear just by looking at ya. So keep quiet. I think it's talking to you. Ita, sum amice viator. Dices linguam Romae. Parlez-vous francais? Oui, monsieur! They speak my language! Pardon, mademoiselle? Ah, voulez-vous Ooh, I like her. Hmm! 'Bout time someone hit him. I'm just sorry it wasn't me. Buenos dias. Guten tag! How do they know all these languages? Their language must be based on a root dialect. It's just like the Tower of Babel. Well, maybe English is in there somewhere. We are explorers from the surface world. We come in peace. Welcome to the city of Atlantis. Come. You must speak with my father now. Squad B, head back to the shaft and salvage what you can. OFFICER: Yes, sir! ROURKE: We'll rendezvous in 24 hours. OFFICER: Let's move it. You heard him. I'm so excited! MILO: Now, what's really amazing is that if you deconstructed Latin, you overlaid it with a little Sumerian throw in a dash of Thessalonian you'd be getting close to their basic grammatical structure. Or at least you'd be in the same ballpark Someone's having a good time. Like a kid at Christmas. Commander, there were not supposed to be people down here. This changes everything. This changes nothing. MILO: Take that, Mr. Harcourt! ROURKE: Your Majesty? On behalf of my crew may I say it is an honor to be welcomed to your city. Ahem. Uh, excuse me? Commander? You presume much to think you are welcome here. Oh, sir, we have come a long way looking for I know what you seek and you will not find it here. Your journey has been in vain. But we are peaceful explorers, men of science. Heh heh heh. And yet you bring weapons. Our weapons allow us to remove obstacles we may encounter. Some obstacles cannot be removed with a mere show of force. Return to your people. You must leave Atlantis at once. Oh, Your Majesty, be reasonable. Sir Not now, son. Trust me on this. We better do as he says. May I respectfully request that we stay one night, sir? That would give us time to rest, resupply and be ready to travel by morning. Very well. One night.
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
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