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With all due respect

Eunice:
With all due respect... man I hate it when people say that because it is inevitably followed by a disrespectful remark. Here let me give you an example: With all due respect detective, this matter falls under whatever jurisdiction I fuckin' say it does.

Transcript:
The thing we're trying to figure out is,
and this is with all due respect,
Agent Bloom...
"Special."
Excuse me?
You see, there's a "Special"
before my "Agent."
If we're gonna address
each other formally,
I'd appreciate
if you popped it in there,
because it makes me
feel special.
Of course,
I was hoping we could be a bit more personable.
In fact, I'd welcome you to call me Eunice,
and maybe I...
Okay, Eunice.
I don't see why the fuck
the Fed is even involved.
Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa!
"Fuck"? This isn't
a "fuck" situation, is it?
I mean, I can understand
a "goddamn" or two,
but why skip all the way to fuck,
right off the bat?
Let's just start slow
and work our way up to it.
What is the Fed's
interest in this?
Their interest, Detective,
is capturing the men responsible
for the murders of 22 of Boston's finest criminals.
You see,
public perception is that these boys stepped in,
did our jobs for us,
and then disappeared
into thin air

Clip duration: 56 seconds
Views: 12
Movie: The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day
Year: 2009
Genres: action, crime, thriller
Summary: The MacManus brothers are living a quiet life in Ireland with their father, but when they learn that their beloved priest has been killed by mob forces, they go back to Boston to bring justice to those responsible and avenge the priest.


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