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"Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" movie quotes bring the Tom Clancy-created novel character back to the big screen for the fifth time. This installment, directed by Kenneth Branagh using a screenplay by Adam Cozad and David Koepp. "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" opened in theaters on January 17, 2014.

In "Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit," the title character (Chris Pine) works as a CIA analyst and stumbles on something big, evidence that a world-changing terrorist attack is coming. Jack presents his findings to his superior, William Harper (Kevin Costner), and is quickly promoted to field operative with an order to travel to Moscow to research his theory further.

In Moscow, Jack soon is attacked by a man working for the villain behind the terrorist plot, Viktor Cherevin (Kenneth Branagh), and surprised in Russia by wife Cathy (Kiera Knightley), who up until now had no idea he worked for the CIA. This is stressful enough but it gets worse when Jack's undercover partnership with Cherevin goes south putting him, wife Cathy and boss William all in danger.

"Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit" is one of the first big movies of 2014 after a 2013 filled with strong films such as "The Wolf of Wall Street, "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" "Her," "American Hustle," "Saving Mr. Banks," August: Osage County, "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," "Dallas Buyers Club," "Philomena, "Inside Llewyn Davis," "Grudge Match, "Out of the Furnace," "12 Years a Slave," "Frozen," "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," "Captain Phillips," "Gravity," "Don Jon," "Rush, and "Prisoners".

I Have a Situation

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Jack Ryan: "This is quarterback. I have a situation. Somebody tried to kill me."
CIA Contact: "You are breaking protocol… Quarterback?"
Jack Ryan: "Yeah"
CIA Contact: "Time's up!"

When Jack runs into trouble, he tries to call for help. Unfortunately, he doesn't quite understand all the details of being a CIA field agent and soon learns that phoning a friend isn't a magical fix to his problem.
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Coordinated Plot for Terrorist Attack

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William Harper: "Why don't you sit down. Now talk me through your very scary scenario. Keep in mind I don't have your PhD."
Jack Ryan: "I think there's a coordinated plot for terrorist attack. Tokyo, London, the United States, it's going to be a wipe out. We'll never see it coming."

William and Jack talk about what Jack has discovered in his analyst position within the CIA. He's stumbled on something that could change history and bringing it to his superior so someone can take action. Little does Jack know, that someone will be him.
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You Sold This As An Office Job

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William Harper: "You stick to the scheduled audit tomorrow, everything official, everything in public. You'll be fine. I need for you to be fine."
Jack Ryan: "You know you sold this as an office job."
William Harper: "You're not just an analyst anymore. You're operational now."

With good reason, Jack is a little afraid of what he will face in the field. William tries to give him a quick pep talk but perhaps the gun he also gives Jack will provide more reassurance.
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Checking In

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Embee: "You go and register. I'll help you upstairs with the bags."
Jack Ryan: "No, that's okay, I can get it from here."
Embee: "I'm supposed to check the room."
Jack Ryan: "Okay"
Hotel Employee: "Welcome, Mr. Ryan. Just your signature please."
Embee: "Mr. Cherevin hopes the room will be to your satisfaction. Ah, yes, and the view is second to none."
Jack Ryan: "Wow, that is magnificent!"

Jack checks into his hotel room in Moscow and is surprised at the luxurious suite waiting for him. Also in the surprising category: The fact that Embee is now trying to kill him and that he is unexpectedly good at defending himself.
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