If you don't believe in it, why did you ask me? It seems to be the national pastime around here. Do you realize that is 12 in a row? Does Andy not mind you accommodating? Nothing, thank you very much. A thoroughly enjoyable film that displays the best Christian values but sneaks them up on you without being in any way religious, preachy or churchy. Well, I'm not a boastful man, but I'll tell you something, I know more about these waters than any of your machines. Have you finished on the loch? Only trying to help, I'm sure.
So he'll be staying a time then? I'm looking for a room for five days. Nothing on the rear scanner, Adrian! But if you want him, he's in the kitchen. I have to see it before I can believe it. Will you be there along with the other 10 million nature lovers queuing for a McNessie burger? That'll be extra, of course. It's not a vegetable mat.
I'm very happy for you. Close your eyes a second. You notice anything unusual about them? Not for Magnus, not with his coloring. Yeah, you listen up, Scottie. I want you to take this state-of-the-art equipment and prove that it's the biggest hoax of the century. Is there anything wrong with it? This is my last offer, though.
The scientific mission soon turns into much more. Listen, in the old days, when a man transgressed, you put him in a barrel and slid him down the hill. Beware the Ides of March, Dr. In 1998 my dad and I took a trip to Scotland to tour Loch Ness and what I found interesting when I went there was that only fifteen minutes of the film was actually shot on location at Loch Ness. He'll stay if you ask him. Number one, I'm not on holiday, and number two, I don't have a wife.
I don't know what it is, but I'll tell you something. We both know why you're here, so let's not play games. That's 263 billion cubic feet of water. But too many people have testified! You can write, Loch Ness 1996 is a good movie, but it can be is a bad movie. The Danes are here, too. I've been here, Adrian, I did this. There's nothing I can do right now.
My uncle, Donald, he had one ear bigger than the other, and when the winds blew, it would corkscrew him down into the ground. He also discovered and classified an unknown species of wasp in South America. He rolled in some fish and went home. Did he say his monster? I don't think he's found anything. Let me just teach you one more game here, all right? She did not look very frigid to me. Uh, Helen, make that reservation for Scotland for Dr.
I used to do a human being, but I'm a little out of practice. See, what I like to do is locate what I'm after, then I kind of bend down here like this, and then I give it the old zigzag here. . The little girl said that you were holding a room for me. Well, I'm not going to, am I? Your lenses, your lights, your computers? You're stickin' another nail in my coffin.
Oh, my God, that's nine. Dempsey, an American scientist who has become a skeptic after a disastrous wrong call, isn't exactly enthusiastic to be sent by his well-funded employer to Scotland to dis prove the existence of the Loch Ness monster, but has no choice. Somebody who doesn't hate me. Or maybe some local men with fish eggs for brains who acted without thinking? He isn't enthusiastic to be sent by his employer to Scotland to dis prove the existence of the Loch Ness monster. Have you thought any more about what I said? The only reason I'm teaching freshmen in the first place is because I chased a no-show monster for three years! This is a great movie for kids- it will keep them captivated! Let me help you with that.