Criminal movie quotes tell the story of what happens when the memories of a slain CIA officer are implanted in another person so a critical mission can be finished. The action thriller was written by Douglas Cook and David Weisberg. Ariel Vromen directed Criminal, which opened in theaters on April 15, 2016.
In Criminal, CIA intelligence officer Bill Pope (Ryan Reynolds) is killed in the line of duty while trying to apprehend criminal Jan Stroop (Michael Pitt). So in an attempt to finish the mission, Dr. Franks (Tommy Lee Jones) and Quaker Wells (Gary Oldman) conspire to take Pope's memories, secrets and skills and implant them in someone they think they can control, death row inmate and sociopath Jericho Stewart.
The procedure is mostly a success, though it is awkward when Jericho meets Pope's wife, Jill (Gal Gadot), and she doesn't recognize him. There are, however, complications when Jericho, still conscious of the man he was before the procedure, refuses to follow the commands of the CIA and instead takes the situation into his own hands.Criminal hits theaters already showing other films including Barbershop: The Next Cut, The Jungle Book, Demolition, and The Boss.
Your Name is Bill Pope
Jericho Stewart: My head...
Quaker Wells: Your name is Bill Pope. You're an intelligence officer for the CIA. Your daughter's named Emma, your wife, Jill. I need you to remember.
Jericho Stewart: Remember what?
Quaker Wells: Jan Stroop, Dutch programmer, he can find missiles anytime, anywhere. Where did you put him? That is all we need to know.
Jericho Stewart: I don't remember nothing.
They Stuck Your Husband in My Head
Jericho Stewart: You don't know me but I know you.
Jill Pope: Who are you?
Jericho Stewart: They stuck your husband in my head.
Jill Pope: Why?
Jericho Stewart: They're looking for details that he knew before he was killed.
Jill Pope: That's impossible.
So Many Lives at Stake
Jericho Stewart: There's so many lives at stake.
Quaker Wells: They don't matter.
Jericho Stewart: They do to me.
When Are You Coming Home?
Jill Pope: Hey, Billy, when are you coming home?
Bill Pope: That depends really.
Jill Pope: Billy?