[sample]00:05 - Place is a deep-freeze. We got ice crystals everywhere. That's the central corridor that you're in now. It connects the personnel areas at the front of the ship to Engineering at the rear. Mr. Justin, you take Engineering. Yes, sir. Peters and I will take the forward decks. ...Yeah, I've got another one over here. They're all over the place. In an emergency they destroy the central corridor and split the ship in half, and then the crew can use the foredecks as a lifeboat.
[source] - Event Horizon: (Paul W.S. Anderson, 1997) Laurence Fishburne (as Captain Miller), (Paul W.S. Anderson, 1997) Sam Neill (as Dr. William Weir), Jack Noseworthy (as Justin) and Kathleen Quinlan (as Peters)
[sample]01:35 - DJ! ... DJ, where are you? I'm up on deck four.
[source] - Event Horizon: (Paul W.S. Anderson, 1997) Joely Richardson (as Lt. Starck) and Jason Isaacs (as D.J.)
[sample]04:05 - The antennae array is completely fried. We've got no radio, no laser, no high-gain. No one's coming to help us. This air tastes bad. Yeah, carbon dioxide. It's building up with every breath we take and the CO2 filters on the Event Horizon are shot. We'll take the scrubbers from the Clark. That gives us what? Enough breathable air for twenty hours, but after that we'd better be gone.
[sample]00:24 - His powerful strides are like a ritual dance around a centre where a great will stands paralyzed. At times the curtains of the eye lift without a sound and a shape enters, slips through the tightened silence of the shoulders, reaches the heart...
[source] - Awakenings: (Penny Marshall, 1990) Robin Williams (as Dr. Malcolm Sayer) from a poem by Rainer Maria Rilke, "The Panther".