The Devil's Advocate

Kevin meets Milton for the first time. Milton asks about Kevin's history and family. Then Milton offers him a job.

The English Patient

Caravaggio questions the patient as to his motives for his betrayal. The patient claims, with renewed vigor, the British betrayed him.

The Exchange

A customer comes to exchange a coffee maker because they don't like it. The employee is a ridiculous rule follower, and won't make any exceptions.

The Fabulous Baker Boys

Frank harps on Jack until Jack tells Frank what he really thinks. Jack says he's tired of what they do, and it has no dignity. They get into a fight, and Jack almost breaks Frank's hand.

The Falcon and the Snowman

Christopher Boyce and Daulton Lee are selling classified government information to the Soviet Union. Boyce wants to get out of the game, and he tries to convince Lee to do the same, but Lee wants to continue and threatens to expose Boyce if he leaves.

The Falcon and the Snowman

Christopher Boyce and Daulton Lee are selling classified government information to the Soviet Union. Boyce wants to get out of the game, so he meets with Lee's KGB handler, Alex, to explain the situation and find an out.

The Fisher King

Jack comes back from his crazy night in homeless land. Anne thinks he's lying and confronts him about thinking he's having an affair.

The Fisher King

When Jack starts to get his life back together, Annie gets excited about them moving forward as a couple. Jack is hesitant and decides that he wants to spend some time alone.

The Fisher King

Parry and Jack are in Central Park late at night. Parry tries to convince Jack to let loose, while Jack tries to bring Parry back to reality. Parry also tells Jack the story of The Fisher King.

The Fisher King

Jack tries to get Parry to understand how things really are. He pushes Parry far enough that Parry has a little psychotic break.

The Fisher King

Jack wakes up in Parry's domicile. Parry proceeds to tell Jack he is the janitor of god on a mission for the holy grail.

The Fisher King

Jack rants about the joke of life.

The Fountain

Tommy returns home to find his wife Isabel, who is dying of a brain tumor, sitting outside in the snow looking through a telescope.

The Fountain

Tommy visits his wife Isabel in the hospital. She is nearing the end of her life, and having embraced her fate, she attempts to help him understand and accept her imminent death.

The Fountainhead

Howard gives his take on society, god, and justifies why he blew up a building he designed.

The Fountainhead

Roark talks to the Dean after he has been expelled. The Dean proposes a deal for him to be expected back which is dependent on his loss of individualism. Roark refuses, and the Dean is shocked.

The Game

Nicholas is firing Alan from the firm. In Nicholas' full profession stride, he is knocked off balance by being unable to open his briefcase. He composes himself and ends the conversation.

The Game

Conrad gets Nicholas a mysterious birthday gift.

The Gift

After Jessica dies, Annie goes to Wayne to help him. She tells him that Donnie isn't the killer, and she doesn't yet know who is. The last line is, its not over...

The Gift

Courtroom scene of the Prosecutor and the Defense questioning Annie about her ability.

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