Declassified: The Making of 'The Marine'

Genre: Short
11 min

a step back and see what you still have.

You know, I think I'm gonna

go home and see my wife.

Yeah. She's hot.

What happened today?

We made a lot of money.

In the vault... with the kid.

That kid showed that

he couldn't keep his mouth shut.

And Morgan blowin' up that cop car?

He went a little overboard.

But in all fairness to Morgan...

I was firing an automatic weapon at those cops.

Dead cops, all those witnesses-

Doesn't that pose

a potential problem for us?

So does a prison term.

Bottom line is, we got away clean.

What's the matter, Angela?

Don't you trust me anymore?

Look at me.

That kid knew my name.

That's dangerous for all of us.

Baby, is there anything in these eyes that

makes you think I could ever hurt you?

[ Cell Phone Ringing ]

- What?

- [ Man ] Let's forget about what

you did to our guy in the vault.

You killed two cops today,

and that's a problem.

Don't start with me.

You arrogant bastard.

You've lost control.

That's where you're wrong, my friend.

You see...

- I've gained control.

- Is that right?

You bet your ass that's right.

What's the matter with you, Rome?

Have you lost your mind?

Have you forgotten

who you're talking to?

I know exactly who I'm talking to.

You see, I have the diamonds.

Therefore, I have the power.

You have no idea of the level of hell

I could bring down on you.

Yeah, but you won't,

not if you wanna see these diamonds.

Tomorrow, noon. I get my diamonds,

you get your money.

[ Thunder Rumbling ]

[ Beeps Off]

Listen. About what happened at work today-

I'm not tellin' anybody.


- Hey, baby.

- Hey.

- How was work?

- Fine.

Yeah? What? What happened?

- Talk to me.

- Nothing.


[ Man On TV]

They're hired to protect us.

But who will protect us from them?

- Security guards out of control tonight at 11:00.

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