Movie: The Last Castle [2001] Movie: The Last Castle [2001]

Movie: The Last Castle [2001] Movie: The Last Castle [2001]

Winter:
Tell me, Mr. Yates, how does a man like you get into West Point?



Yates:
My father was a winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor, sir.



Winter:
[with disdain] Oh, right. Sometimes the apple does fall far from the tree.

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Doc:
You call a three star general, "Man?" What are you going to call him next? "Dude?"

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Winter:
What are your expectations from this prison?



Irwin:
I just want to do my time, and then leave.



Winter:
That is the perfect answer.

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[first lines]



Irwin:
Take a look at a castle. Any castle. Now break down the key elements that make it a castle. They haven't changed in a thousand years. 1: Location. A site on high ground that commands the territory as far as the eye can see. 2: Protection. Big walls, walls strong enough to withstand a frontal attack. 3: A garrison. Men who are trained and willing to kill. 4: A flag. You tell your men you are soldiers and that's your flag. You tell them nobody takes our flag. And you raise that flag so it flies high where everyone can see it. Now you've got yourself a castle. The only difference between this castle and all the rest is that they were built to keep people out. This castle is built to keep people in.

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Irwin:
I'm not fighting anyone or anything, anymore.

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