The Sentinel

Synopsis: Special Agent Pete Garrison is convinced that a Neo-Nazi Aryan Disciple has managed to infiltrate the White House. When a White House Agent is murdered, Garrison is framed and blackmailed over an affair with the First Lady Sarah Ballentine. He is relieved of his duties, but Garrison won't stop in trying to prove his innocence, and save the life of the President. While attempting to uncover the person behind it all, he comes into confrontation with his protege, Agent Breckinridge.
Director(s): Clark Johnson
Production: 20th Century Fox
  2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.1
Metacritic:
49
Rotten Tomatoes:
33%
PG-13
Year:
2006
108 min
$36,226,144
Website
552 Views


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Hilton security room, be advised.

Rawhide moving to the cars.

Security room, copy.

All posts, all posts, be advised.

Rawhide moving to the cars.

- Shots fired! Shots fired!

- Gun! Gun! Gun!

Secure the scene!

We need a car. We need a transport.

We need to get transport over here quickly!

Welcome to Sports Center here on ESPN.

As the pre-season draws to a close,

Detroit beat New Orleans, a closer game, 28-20,

as the start of the new season quickly approaches.

We saw Philadelphia absolutely

crush Washington last night.

And in other pre-season action, we watched

as New York handled Chicago, easily...

Good morning, Jack.

Command Post to Tomahawk 7.

What's your status?

Tomahawk 7, copy. Sector is all clear.

Okay, 7. Break.

Tomahawk 8, what's your status?

Command Post, from 8.

8 is clear, all clear.

- Good morning, gentlemen.

- Good morning, Mr. President.

- Your locator, sir.

- Thank you very much.

- Today's brief, sir.

- Thank you.

- Everybody sleep well?

- Thank you.

- Yes, sir.

- Okay.

Command Post, from A-4. Be advised.

Classic has received his locator

and brief and is up and about.

A- 4, from Command Post, roger that.

Everybody, Classic is up and about.

- Hey, Jack.

- Hey, Charl.

Come on, come on. Cough it up.

- Ah, goddamn spread.

- Cough up.

- Yeah.

- Hey, listen...

I want to talk to you about something.

- Give me a call after work, would you?

- He's a glutton for punishment.

- Yeah, yeah, yeah.

- Aziz, good morning.

- We can talk now.

- No, no. It's just...

I got a theory I want to float by you.

Everything all right?

- Yeah, everything's good. Everything's good.

- All right.

Pete! After work, right?

You know what I'm saying?

Well, if they can get anything for him,

right? He's junk!

Aziz, don't give up soccer, huh?

- Hey, Teddy. Welcome back.

- Hey, thanks.

- Gar.

- Buddy.

How did the antiterrorist training go?

Six weeks running around Fort Benning

in the rain. I wish I could do it all over again.

Well, that can be arranged.

- Tom.

- Good morning, Pete.

- Is she in the gym?

- No, phone to Europe.

By the way, you made 'Time'.

It's very fancy.

Ooh, I look good.

Can I get a cup of coffee before...

What's happening at Camp David?

Well, Matt's getting closer with Ben-Itzak

on the East Jerusalem proposal,

but it's gonna take your visit

to get him to agree.

All right. What about Abu Jallal?

If we can work out the water issues,

yes, he'll support it.

But again, you know, we're not

gonna get any firm commitments

- until they have face time on Friday.

- Well, I'll be there.

I'm just not gonna hang around,

'cause it just loses its effectiveness.

- No, I understand, sir.

- I'm not gonna do it.

- Yes.

- Thank you, Sue. Good morning.

A-4 to Command Post.

Classic is in the Oval.

So, we will depart the House at 12:55 p.m.,

arrive at Chilton Street School at 1:10.

There is a diagram of the school

with your paperwork.

- Boss.

- Thank you.

- Kiss ass.

- Speeches and signings...

- ...should take under 90 minutes,

- Where's my coffee?

after which Classic will return

for meetings in the Oval.

- Cincinnati's next move is T.B.D.

- What's the "B" stand for?

Brass ones. Which you don't have.

Any other questions? Let's get to work.

Command Post to all units.

Pontiac and Raven are

in the yard and ready to go.

Cincinnati's on the move.

Copy that. All posts, be advised.

Cincinnati moving to the cars. Break.

Montrose, what's your status?

- Jill, we are off to...

- We're off to school.

- Right.

- Classic is moving.

Montrose, Command Post.

Copy that. Break.

All posts, all posts, be advised.

Classic moving to the cars.

Copy, Command. Cincinnati is in the car.

- Classic is in the car.

- One and two back.

Break. Command Post, signal departure,

en route. Canvas his location.

We're set.

This is Chilton security.

Countersnipers in place.

Ah, damn locator.

School security room

from EOD 1, be advised,

the sweeps are now complete.

All posts on limo, be advised,

full security now in effect.

- Thanks for doing this with me, hon.

- Mmm.

- I think I'll go to the beach house this afternoon.

- All right.

- Can I help you?

- Agent Breckinridge's office.

Thanks.

- Anything else I can help you with?

- No, I'm fine. Thanks.

Agent Breckinridge. Jill Marin, sir.

Your secretary said I could come in.

- Secretary?

- You're late.

It's a minute past.

- Yeah, and that makes you late.

- Right. Sorry.

Hispanic woman. Four languages.

Computer skills.

Second in your class at the Academy.

Well, aren't you the recruiting poster.

Rsums don't mean a lot to me and

they mean absolutely nothing on the street.

Any other supportive advice

before we get to know each other?

As a matter of fact, there is.

If you want a career here in PID,

you might want to invest in

some more appropriate clothing.

I was ordered to take you on.

That's why I'm here.

You requested me as a TA. Why?

My field instructor at the Academy said

you're the best investigator we have.

- Who is that?

- Pete Garrison.

Right.

Command Post, Command Post from Apache.

Follow up. We have an arrival.

Hi there. Careful now.

All posts, from Command Post.

Hold all radio for essential traffic only.

We have an arrival.

Sorry, folks, no autographs.

At your 6, Jefferson. Tweed jacket,

halfway up the church steps.

What's the matter, Pete?

You see somebody on the watch list?

He just doesn't look right.

ID7 to Security room,

check out the top view. Copy.

- It'll be just another minute, sir.

- All right.

Excuse me.

Excuse me.

Excuse me.

Hi, sir. Could we see your hands, please?

Just take your hands out of the jacket, please.

- We're clear

- All right. Classic's coming out.

I think we should hold hands.

Fine.

All posts, from Chilton security.

We're coming out.

Mr. President, keep up the good work!

Hi, how are you?

All posts, all posts.

Classic and Cinci moving to hold.

- Cincinnati's going direct to the beach house.

- Got it.

# I've got peace like a river in my soul #

# I've got peace like a river #

# I've got peace like a river in my soul #

# I've got love like an ocean #

# I've got love like an ocean in my soul #

# I've got love like an ocean #

Now, I want to introduce you to someone

- Chilton security to all posts.

- of whom I am very proud,

- Classic wrapping up.

- My wife, Sarah.

Thank you.

DiPaola to command.

Cincinnati leaving school for Serenity.

Break. DiPaola to Serenity security room.

ETA 1800 hours.

How do you think it went in there?

- Excuse me, ma'am, are you talking to me?

- Yes.

I thought it was an excellent speech.

- 1 to 10?

- 10, ma'am.

You're not a very good liar, Pete.

- Seriously?

- Yes. I really want to know.

9.5.

Excuse me.

Charlie?

Charlie! Charlie! Oh, my God! Charlie!

Somebody! Help! Charlie. Charlie.

Somebody help!

I just wanted to say hi.

I just want to let you know what's going on.

I hate you.

I saw you on the news. I got your message.

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George Nolfi

George Nolfi is an American screenwriter, producer and director. He directed the 2011 film The Adjustment Bureau, which he also wrote (adapted from a short story by Philip K. Dick). more…

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