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Similar dialogue definitely appears in the movie in relation to Billy (DiCaprio), an undercover cop that tries to infiltrate crime boss Costello's crew. This is first invoked by his cousin, drug dealer Sean: Billy: In your line of work, if I gave you like, what, say, 10,000, what could I get back? Sean: You know what you usually say at these ...
Also S2 E10 - Brian and Stewie have a conversation in there. Brian is in the green chair and the room is surrounded by screens.
The only old movie I know that has a homing knife is the Shadow: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111143/ Probably isn't what you are looking for though.
Could it possibly be a dart instead of a knife, and it end up in a wall not a chair? Take a look at this scene from the movie Dune:
I will not give you the full answer, but simply show you the way to get there: An interview with the film's director: http://twitchfilm.com/2009/03/from-pontypool-to-the-metaverse-in-90-minutes-a-conversation-with-bruce-mcd.html Wherein, he says: That used to be end of the movie, but before the credits. And people thought, what? What? Too much confusion. ...
No. According to the script, here Sunshine 'knew' Harold was acting, in fact asking him who he trained with. She takes the knife and plays with the blade to determine how it works (slide up into the handle) and then proceeds to 'kill herself' using it (the acting prop knife) while continuing to act out Romeo and Juliet's Juliet death scene.
Some facts don't match too well, but concentrating on "a woman bound in the baggage section" and "a bomb", I'd still try with 2005's Flight Plan: The husband of aviation engineer Kyle Pratt has just died in Berlin. Now she is flying back to New York with his coffin and their six-year-old daughter Julia. Three hours into the flight Kyle awakens to find ...
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