The Land That Time Forgot (2009) Script

It is always easier describing the end of a nightmare.

The doorway in is more difficult to find.

I guess in my particular case... it began with a storm.

Guys, guys, you gotta check this out!

It's fogged-in everywhere, you can't see 10 feet past your nose.

It's so surreal.

What's the matter?

It's pea soup out there.

Can't even see the anchor at the end of the bow.

Maybe we ought to call this in, captain?

Yeah, go ahead and give the position.

I have to find a way to steer around this thing.

You guys need a little fresh air, we knew there was going to be some weather, right?

Fresh air?

Yes, fresh air, it's invigorating Frost, this is worse than the bungee jumping.

What do you mean 'than the bungee jumping,' you loved that !

I cracked 2 ribs ! But you bounced back, right?

He's been looking like this for 2 weeks, I don't think I can handle it !

I get no response.

Not get anything at 16.

Hey, Stack? What?

Check it out!

OK, OK, wait, you know what you need?

You need a little group photo.

Do not you dare ask us to say 'cheese.'

You see? That is the sense of humor that I've been looking for.

OK, on '3' now, ready?

1... What is it?

-2... 3.

[ SOUND OF SEAGULLS ]

Karen, sweetheart...honey are you OK? -Ross ?

Oh, yeah, but I've got a killer headache.

What the hell happened?

Lindsey?

Well, it looks like we made it through the storm.

Storm? Where are we?

Captain... what's our position?

How far away are we San Juan?

Look, the electrical storm knocked-out my engine, I have no electricity and no radar.

I have nothing; the barometer is spinning around like a top.

I don't know what's going on. Thanks.

Hey, Cap'n!

Yup? We're pretty much dead in the water.

Well, might as well check engine, it's probably something electrical.

The reservoir cracked.

Most of our fresh water drained-out before I could get down there to stop it.

Barometer is all screwed-up too.

Stack... can we try to keep everything positive down there?

[ SIGHS ] Yes, sir.

Land!

Thank You God!

What island is it?

You know what? There shouldn't be any land around here for miles.

Well, maybe the storm blew us off course.

Are you sure you don't know our position?

It's hard to tell with the instruments out.

The instruments are out?

He said it's difficult... it's not impossible.

Stack's working on getting the engine started.

Right, Stack? Yes, sir. -Go below.

Anyway, it looks like the tide is moving us toward that island.

Finally some good news.

Well, the anchor's set.

I think she'll hold.

So, what do you say, we take the Zodiac and get some land under our feet?

[ TOGETHER ] Yay!

Yeah, I'm in!

The main thing is we gotta replenish this water supply.

Without that, we are not going anywhere.

Maybe, we'll bump into a piña colada while we're over there. [ LAUGHS ]

My time in the Boy Scouts did not leave me unprepared.

[ EACH LAUGHS ]

Frost!

Yeah? Come here, I -I saw something.

What?

-What? Like what? Right there in the water...it was...

-Well, what did it look like? I-I don't know, it was...big!

Like a whale? No.

Maybe it was a Manta ray. No.

Well, look, you know, I'm-I'm gonna stay here.

Karen-- What? I'm just--

Wait, no, no, baby, It's been a crazy night, you'll be fine.

You don't believe me. Karen, don't you want to get off the boat?

Yeah, but... Wait, wait, wait, why don't you stay here as well? ...Both of you.

No, no, I'm going with you guys.

Frikkin' 'Jaws' couldn't keep me from feeling sand between my toes.

Alright, fine. I'm gonna stay here with her.

No, no, you go. I'll be--I'll be OK.

Hey, you can let her stay, but I need every hand I can get.

So, 'all ashore that's going ashore'.

OK, I love you. Take care of yourself.

I'll be back in a little bit. OK Careful!

You see this? It is a flare gun.

It's loaded.

Close it, cock the hammer, Put it above your head... and fire.

OK.

We see the flare... we'll know you're in trouble.

What about if you guys have trouble?

Well .. we'll just high-tail it back here as quickly as possible.

'A. S. A. P.'

[ WAVES BREAKING ]


[ LAUGHING ]

That's more like it.

No more boats, no more boats. [ SHE LAUGHS ]

You guys go on ahead, we'll ah... Here you go, Romeo.

...in a couple hours.

Come on. I want to stay here.

Come on, come on, we're all standing.

[ MUSIC... ]


You gotta remember where we came from. You see that, you see that gorge?

Nah, that's your job.

We need better luck. We need to see what's going on around here.

Hey, Stack?

Yeah?

Go aloft, would ya; have a look around. Let me know which way we're going.

All right, Captain.

I see why you keep him around.

Stack grew up island hopping he's more help than you can possibly imagine in an environment like this.

Thanks for it.

Whew... All this work he's doin' is making me thirsty.

Where the hell did he go?

Thank you. -[ CHUCKLES ] He's fine.

[ SHOUING ]: Hell of a view from up here! -Great--

Some birds, about half a click, due east.

Hang on! Well, that's a good sign.

Wildlife usually congregates near water.

Hey, Stack, come on, down. We're going to head that way.

The flare!

What did he say? What?

The flare!

[ SKREECHING ] Aaah...

Stack! Oh, no--

Oh, my God!

[ SCREAMS ]

Staaaack!

Lindsey!...

Oh, shit!

Linds...

Lindsey!

Lindsey!

Lindsey!

Lindsey! You can't just run off off like that! God!

What is it?

What the hell are those?

[ GROUND SHAKING AND ROAR ]

Shit!

Move!

Yaah!

Come on, guys. Let's try to stay together.

Run. Go, go, go go!

Run where?

Where is it?

Where's the boat?

The Zodiac is gone as well.

It was right here! -No!

Let's just keep it down, OK? Whatever's in that jungle and laid those eggs is a pretty big--

We have to get off this island!

Would you calm down? Karen took the boat!

Karen didn't take the boat!

I think it broke free of the anchor.

The flag. What?

The flare! That's what Stack was yelling at the top of the rock... was the flare! Ah!...Augh!

[ Roar ]

We're exposed out here. We gotta go to the trees.

Get to the trees. We gotta go.

Wait! Wait! Wait! We're all exposed out here, we gotta get in--

Come on!

Come on!

OK!

OK. This looks like a good spot, our backs are safe here.

What about our friends?

Honey... Don't 'honey' me right now!

Just calm down, Linds. I've gotta get to the beach... now, what are we doing here? What is this thing?

What is this place? We can't go back there!

Captain, where are we? -OK Look... I know we went past Haiti...

...but we couldn't have gone as far as San Juan. San Juan? San Juan?

I didn't see any of those things that ripped your friend apart...

...in the brochure for Puerto Rico. Please. Please.

What? What? This is all his fault.

We'll figure something out-- I'm not listening to this bullshit, OK?

Just calm down, Lindsey.

You stay here, and don't you run away!

... ... first place. She's probably drifting on the anchor somewhere--

Let's save our lives first.

[ CHATTERING ]

Take that, hold that, that's it. -OK--

You and Lindsey stay put.

The Captain and I will head-in and find the thing that took Stacks.

No, no, no, we're sticking together.

We don't know what's out there, OK, I don't want Lindsey to get hurt.

You alright? Yeah...

What if you don't come back? We will.

I want you to gather together anything you can that'll burn.

We're gonna need a fire when it gets dark.

I'm not spending the night in this place.

Lindsey, you remember when we were on that cross-country skiing trip and I broke my ankle?

You took my weight and got me down the mountain?

Yeah, you blacked-out for a moment.

We're back on that mountain, Linds.

OK.

I'll be back.


I could use some help here.

Frost...

I'm sorry about what I said.

What? About all this being your fault.

It's not all your fault.

I mean it's mostly your fault.

That barometer wasn't broken.

What?

That barometer on the boat, it wasn't malfunctioning.

Frost, I really need you to pull it together here.

That thing that took Stack; it lived during the period of this planet's history that had a much higher level of oxygen.

High enough to support animals of that size.

And bigger--

[ LOW GROWL ]

Cole, that's Tyrannosaurus.

[ LOUD ROAR ]

Frost, I want to go home.

We gonna need a lot more firewood.

What do you think? Why don't we just...go around?

How long you known Frost?

I don't know...15 years? Oh, you guys are old buddies.

We work together.

Nice to know...

Well, if we get back... you know... to Key West...

Maybe you guys could come-up with... a little more money?

Good luck. [ CHUCKLES ]


Take it Fill it just over there.


Cole!

Cole, check this out!

Cole!

Check it out!

[ LAUGHING ]

Check it out, oh, that was amazing.

That thing could carry me away.

That was funny.

You better...ah, we better...get back before dark.

Got it. -OK.

Hey, hey Cole, look, the coast is clear!

Got fresh meat. Ah...look...ah...

I think you should go.

-Yeah, let's go -Go on, go, yeah, go on--

I'll watch, go!

Hurry! Hurry!

Get a big piece.

Oh, my God. ew--

[ LOUD ROAR ]

Let's get out of here!

Come on, Captain!

[ LOUD ROAR ]

Oh, shit!

[ LOUD ROAR ]

[ INDISTINGUISHABLE EXCLAMATIONS ]

Get down, Get down.

[ CRIES, EXCLAMATIONS, ROARS ]

What? Where did it go?

Maybe its hiding.

Wait. No. No. No, wait. Maybe it's hiding out there.

No, no, come on. We can't stay here.

Why would it just leave?

[ LAUGHS ]

Oh, my God. Too bad it didn't stick around-- What is this place?

Where are we?

[ BIRDS AND CRICKETS ]

So what's the plan, boss?

Well, we can just take turns keeping the fire lit.

And in the morning, hopefully we find Karen.

I'm so hungry... I could eat dinosaur. [ FORCED LAUGH ]

I don't think I'm gonna sleep much in this place. [ HE SIGHS ]

Don't worry, we're gonna find Karen.

I hope so.

I am so glad... I am so... I am so glad to be back in my bed.

[ FIRE CRACKLING ]

[ DREAM-LIKE MUSIC... ]


Aahh!

[ THUDS ]

No bacon and eggs, but...

...I'm so hungry could eat a horse and save the jockey.

Who are you?

Huh? Oh, sorry, Mr. Sleepyhead.

Guess you missed the introductions.

I'm Jude. Jude Jackson.

This here is Joe. Not much of a conversationalist, but...

...excellent listener.

Where the hell are we?

That's the 64 dollar question.

When you drop down the rabbit hole, if you know what I mean....

No place I ever heard of.

Not even in flight school.

How long you been here?

1 year, 2 months and 11 days.

Who's counting, right?

Thank you. I'll tell you too, it's...

... no easy task to survive around here.

Making it through the day without becoming someone's lunch is like...

...ah...having a date with the Andrews Sisters, you know what I mean?

[ LAUGHING ] That's a good one!

We don't get too many feminine types around here.

There was one...

...showed up about the time I got here but...

...she didn't last long.

You must be the group that came in on the boat, right?

The boat? You've seen the boat?

Yeah, a boat's kinda like an Easter Egg at an orphanage around here.

Where?

It's a little sticky.

I don't care how 'sticky' it is, my wife's on that boat; I need to find it now.

Just gettin' to that boat is going to take everything you can muster.

I'll lead you right to it, can't promise it's still there, though.

Can you go back? That's a whole 'nother ball game.

Mind if I have another one of those?

Let's go.

You know? It's called 'survival of the fittest.'

I can't believe you guys didn't bring any firepower at all.

You show-up with knives?

We weren't-- We weren't fighting a war.

You can say that again!


This is where I dropped into our little island paradise.

Broke an arm in the process.

Hung up there like a Christmas ornament before anyone found me.

That's where I met Joe.


[ JUNGLE BIRD CALLING ]

Everything in here we collected from somewhere on the island.

Kind of... a little museum we put together.

Shit!

Oh, this is Conrad. Conrad...everybody.

Hi!

When are you from? What? I'm from Manhattan.

What year? Yeah! I thought he was crazy too.

He may be, and me with him.

Conrad was skipper on a vessel called the "Connemora"

You were on board the Connemora?

Damn fine vessel.

Ah, she was recovered in 1955.

He's been here for 54 years?

10 years, 311 days.

Hey, hey, smell that? Smell that?

Is that petrol? Bubbles-up right out of the ground.

Conrad knows this place better than I ever will.

You'll guide us across?

Great. How far are we going to get with some crazy old man?

Hey, hey, hey... may not be as crazy as you think.


So Jude, where'd you get the row boat?

Just like everything else, washed-up on the beach.

Don't know what happened to the people in it.

You know, if you got a boat, why don't you just use it to leave the island?

Making it past the breakers in something that small is impossible.

Believe me, I tried, I almost became a snack for those big sons-a-bitches that live out in the deep.

Well, wait a minute, what, what?

There she is.

There is something that bothers me.

What kind of plane was it that you said you bailed out of?

TBM Avenger, Flight 19.

Did you know that Flight 19 and that whole squadron disappeared in 1945?

Yeah, 2 weeks before my 26th birthday.

We had a hell of a party planned for when we got back to base too.

Wait a second.

OK, you were on Flight 19 and your friend was on the Connemora?

Affirmative.

What?

We were traveling through what I always thought was a fictional zone.

It's known as the Devil's Triangle.

Wait, we went through the Bermuda Triangle?

I thought they disproved that. I thought it was like methane gas or something.

Dude, we got dinosaurs.

Flight 19, the Connemora, well documented disappearances.

Dude, we must have gone through some kind of doorway... or something.

Come on, we are wasting time.

Let's find Karen.

On that thing? It looks shitty, how do you know it will even float?

We will know. Believe me.

Come on.


Tie it tight!

[ ROAR ] [ SCREAMS ] No!

Cole! Give me your hand!

Where is he? What happened?

Go get it!

There it is. Come on!

Give me your hand. Come on.

Help him!

He will get it! Give me your hand!

Come on. Get him.

What the fuck was that?

Honey. What was that?

Come on, let's get out of here.

What was that? Are you okay? Are You okay?

I'm OK. I'm OK. Can you keep going? Yeah.

Yeah, let's go.

I think you ought to give your friend a minute to rest.

Why? He's fine.

He's fine, right, you're fine? Yeah.

We have to go get my wife...

... and make sure she's safe.

Come on, let's go.

Let's get the hell out of here, let's move.


Oh, my God.

We're gonna want to keep out of sight through this stretch. Ok Keep the jibber-jabber to a minimum.

That means our boat's gotta be around here somewhere.

It could be.

Just keep your eyes skinned, and everything else shut.

Ok, Shh-- Let's go.

Who the hell are they?

Germans. I don't think they got the news we kicked their ass. [ LAUGHS ]

They took over this whole side of the island as soon as they arrived.

Let me go!

Karen! -Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!

Let me go! Let me go!

Relax, we make a plan, okay?

We don't want to go rushing in there all willy-nilly!

Let me go. Conrad knows a way we can sneak-in behind 'em sus' out their firepower.

We're gonna get your wife.

Let's go! All right!

Hey, you got any of that 'giggle juice' left?

Yeah, good idea.

Here.

What are you doing? We're gonna need some illumination.

'Less you want to go in there blind.

I'm not going in there.

Look, my friend here says that this cave comes in right behind the Jerries...

... so, you can come with us, or you can stay here.

But you'll be by yourself.

Everybody keep your head down and be quiet.


[ SHRIEKS ]

Lot of that goin' around.

It's okay. It's all right, Come on.

Notice that.

Shh.


[ SPEAKING GERMAN ]


[ SPEAKING IN GERMAN TO KAREN ] [ INTRODUCES SELF AS LONZO ]


If we're gonna get her out of here safely...

...we're gonna have to create a diversion.

You know, draw 'em out of here somehow.

Go ahead.

Alright, here's what we're gonna do.

Conrad and I are gonna get around to the front, create some sort of ruckus.

The rest of you get in there and get her out, lickety split.

There's guns in there, so once she's safe...

... get what you can, so we can deal with the soldiers.

I think I'm gonna stay Conrad and Jude here...

...and if I can get on my boat...

...then I can prep her, we can make a fast getaway.

Wait, wait, wait. What kind of diversion?

It'll be something you won't miss.

OK, just be careful, OK?

Thanks.

I'm going to the back by Karen.


[ SPEAKING GERMAN ]


Cap'n, stay here and watch the boat.

We'll be right back.

[ SIGHS TO CATCH BREATH ]

Lot of those Jerry bastards back there, huh Conny?

And guns as well.

We need something... to keep everybody busy, and that will give us a chance to take care of ourselves...

...if you follow.

How bad's that gimpy old leg?

I could dance a jitterbug, if it would help me get on that boat.

Want to have some fun? Come on.

Jesus!

[ SPEAKING GERMAN ]

You better get yourself a start, Conny.

I'll be pretty good behind you.

So run like a mean something, if you know what I mean.

What are you waiting for? -Shh!

[ WHISTLES ]

[ DISTANT GROWLS ]

Ye-ahh!

[ GROWL ]

[ LOUD ROAR ]


[ SPEAKING GERMAN ]


Lukas!

[ GUN SHOTS ]

[ GUN SHOTS CONTINUE ]

[ THUD ] Ahh...!

I've been on this island too long to take the chance.

We go out now, and let them kill each other.


[ SPEAKING GERMAN ]

Let's go!

[ GERMAN ]

[ SHOUTING ]: Hey, what are you doing?

[ GUNSHOTS ]

[ GUNSHOTS CONTINUE]

[ LOUD ROAR ]

They took my boat.

Stop, Lonzo, stop.

Run, the boat... they're taking my boat.

Come on.

They're taking my boat!

They taking my boat!

[ALL CHATTERING TOGETHER] Hey! What are you doing?

Hey! [ LOUD WHISTLE ]

Come back!

We can all go!

Come back!

Come back!


Come on.

Shtopp!


Stops. [ CONTINUES IN GERMAN ]

It's just blood, man, it's just blood.

Hey, guys, this isn't blood.

[ GERMAN ]

Hey, just because you yell, doesn't mean I understand you, you Kraut bastard.

They speak very little English, I'm afraid.

And I speak very little German, so I guess that makes us even.

Touché.

You speak pretty well.

Even though I'm a 'Kraut bastard?'

I studied for 3 years at Cambridge University before the war begun.

You know the war you fought in, it was over a long time ago.

What do you mean the war is over?

Listen, you all came in on that submarine, right?

Myself and many others, as you saw in our graveyard.

Listen, to me, there still may be a way for us to get out of here, I mean all of us.

What are you talking about?

Eh...stay back...

Old Conrad said there was oil here...

... and that old T-Rex, he tracked it right in here.

So... if you find that old T-Rex...

...that's gonna be the only possibility we got of getting off this island.

But we're all gonna have to work together.

First, we have a job to finish.


[ RECITES 'OUR FATHER' IN GERMAN]


Where you going?

I'll be back. You stay right here; I want you to be safe.

What about you?

I'll be back.

Don't go!

They are extremely dangerous from what we've seen.

We call him Sehrschrumpfe.

It means 'scarred one.'

He's had his share of fights.

And the island is, more than half his territory.

We have a particular regard for him as well.

Watch your back.

[ DISTANT ROAR ]

Hey! Oil.

Zander, Zander.

Oil.

Hey. Hey. Hey, Frost.

[ BUBBLING ]

What would you say, right up there?

How fast? -Ah, so fast!

Oh, yes, this is good. Faster! [IN GERMAN]

Shh! Shh!

Sehrschrumpfe!

Oh, shit!

Come, come.

Come on.


OK, let's go!

[ LAUGHING ]

Come on! Come on!

Go, go, go, go, go!

[ ALL BREATHING HEAVILY] [ LAUGHING ]

What now what, Captain?

Now...

Now...

Now...

Now...comes...the dangerous part.

[ LAUGHTER]

Okay.

Well, if this doesn't work, we can always use it to make moonshine.

You're not that far off.

No, actually, you add heat to petroleum, it breaks down its components.

Jet fuel on top, asphalt on the bottom.

You got your methane, you got your kerosene.

Gasoline, and you got your...Diesel!

We're going to put the petroleum in here.

Theoretically, we are going to add heat.

The petroleum distills, and travels through this copper coil.

Down here, through here, and it's going to end-up in this cooling reservoir.

Obviously, we don't have a lot of control of the heat, so...

...do I have to explain to any of you what happens when petroleum gets like really, really hot?

Pcheeew!

Exactly.

So I think we gotta give this place a lot of room.

And I think we should work in 2 minute shifts. And that starts right now. Pick a partner.

So, everything is ready. Lonzo.

Guys.

Guys.

Danke shön....

We had to move this thing away from the camp...

...and now we are completely exposed to, like everything.

You know, maybe, maybe you might want to go with the others...

...at least until I'm-- I'm sure that this thing works.

We make sure together.


Wow.

Ja, wow.

[ WAVES CRASHING ]


[ GERMAN ]


All Right....

You got the honors.

May God be with us.

Yes

With music anything is bearable, even weeks below the ocean.

[ CHAMBER MUSIC PLAYS ]

What would it take to get that submarine to run again?

It would take many more gallons than we use for this small generator.

Well, suppose that we could get the fuel?

Some basic repairs.

Judging from the moon, the tide is gonna peak in about, umm, 2 weeks.

You want us to try and sail away on a submarine?

It might be the best opportunity we have.

First...

... we have one large problem to deal with.

The Schrumf raptor Sehrschrumpfter Isn't that what I said?

Shurschrampter. I understand. It's okay.

[ PHONOGRAPH MUSIC CONTINUES -VIENNESE WALTZ ]


Why don't we hunt the T-Rex like we do other animals?

We tried.

Our firearms do very little damage, especially at a safe range.

Wounded, they only become that much more dangerous.

It would take a cannon to bring them down.

How long will it take to get the big son-of-a-bitch?

[ GUNSHOT AND ECHO ]

You know...

I got an idea.

When I was a kid, my dad used to use M-80's, you know, 'cherry bombs?'

...to scare the deer out of the hay fields.

Now, I know scarring a T-Rex is a hell of a lot more dangerous... than trying to run a white-tail out of a hayfield, but... we can use whatever gunpowder, smoke, explosives, any thing we can put together that makes a big noise, we got a chance.

We just gotta take a tip from our primitive ancestors.

You know, how they used to push Mammoths off the edge of cliffs?

We would do the same thing.

Using our explosives to drive the T-Rex through the ravine, ...somehow, away from his lair and all that petroleum, and onto the beach.

There is only one thing on this island that can bring down something as big as that...

We have to be lucky, precise.

But if we do, we'll have access to all the petroleum we could ever use.

We just have one problem, how do you get the T-Rex started in the first place?

He's right.

You use the explosives to initially drive him from his lair...

...you set that petroleum on fire.

We're never gonna make it.

That's true.

Getting him out will be my job.


Come on, you big ugly lizard.

[ LOUD ROAR ]

[ ROAR AND HEAVY FOOTSTEPS ]

Lonzo, now!

[ EXPLOSION AND ROARS ]

[ EXPLOSION AND ROARS ]

[ EXPLOSION AND ROARS ]

[ EXPLOSION ]

[ GERMAN ]

[ EXPLOSIONS ]

Hey!

Hey, keep coming!


Lindsey!

Now!

[ SCREAMS ]

[ LOUD ROAR ]

No, Cole!

No Cole!

[ SCREAMS ]

Come on!

Come on! Nooo!


[ ROAR ]

[ EXPLOSION ]


Hey.

I know that you want to be alone right now, but you have to be careful...

...walking around here by yourself, it's dangerous.

He was the only one in this whole world who made me feel like I wasn't alone.

I don't know, I just...

...I can't believe he's gone. It doesn't make sense to me.

It's not fair...

... but he's opened the door for us, Linds; just like he's always done.

Everybody has to work hard for us to pull this off.

You have to do your part. I need you for this.

You're not alone.

I'll wait for you outside.

[ WAVES BREAKING ]

We're gonna have to dig, We're gonna have to dig, dig, dig.

I mean it's going to take a lot of digging.

We gotta remove sand from the base of the hull at the bow, all the way to the stern.

[ GERMAN ]

He said, he would dig to Hades itself, if it meant getting back to his girlfriend.

So, if we can remove enough sand, and get enough water under the base of the hull, high tide, we should be able to slip her free...off this sand, and get her outside With the engines running, we could empty the ballast tanks, make her more buoyant.

Um, his girlfriend... she...ah...

...she may have gotten really old.

She may...even be dead.

It's a different world than the one you left.

I have a wife and child of my own.

There are many great mysteries, Captain.

We must not lose the opportunities that others have given us.

Lonzo, Lukas, faster!

You got an extra shovel?

[ BUBBLING ]

[ GERMAN ]

[ GERMAN ] ( You did a good job big man, yes, Frost, a good job, yes? ) [LAUGHS ]

Yeah...yeah!

Oh, my God.

All right, I think I can handle it, let me just show you something.


Frost, Frost, here, here.


[ FIRE CRACKLING ]

Come on.


[ SIGHS ]

Can we make it on time?

Yeah, yeah, I think so.

It's gonna take a lot of fuel. We're gonna need every drop once we slip her off the sand...

...and get her out to sea.

We are only gonna get one chance, when we blow those ballast tanks.

[ SIGHS ] Other than that, I wouldn't worry about it.

[ WAVES BREAKING ]

All the supplies are loaded; food, water, everything we can think of.

Listen Frost, once we blow the ballast tanks, there's no turning back.

We got it. It's high tide now, it's... we got 30 minutes!

But they are bringing the fuel right now.

Get them on the boat!

We just have to hope that what we have right now is going to be enough fuel.

The tide waits for no one, man.

[ GERMAN ]

[ BUBBLING ]

[ ROAR ]

[ THUNDEROUS FOOTSTEPS ]

[ FOOTSTEPS CONTINUE ]


[ GUNSHOTS ]

[ ECHO OF GUN SHOTS ]

[ ROAR ] [ GERMAN ]

[ GUNSHOT ]


[ SHOT THEN EXPLOSION ]

High tide, it's now or never. Let's get the boat off the sand.

Blow the tanks! Blow the ballast!

Wait.

Wait, wait, they're not back yet.

Lonzo!

Come. [GERMAN] ( WHAT'S WRONG? )

Lonzo!

We have to go to the submarine.

Come on!

[ GROUND-SHAKING FOOTSTEPS ]


Well, fire the engines!

[ GERMAN ]

[ GERMAN ]

[ ENGINE WHINES ]

We got reverse!

[ ROAR ]

[ EXPLOSION ]

[ ALL EXCLAIMING ] We did it!

What? What did he say?

Frost may not have made it back.

I think we lost him.

Karen! Karen! She was--she was just here a minute ago.


Frost.

Hey.

You okay?

It's too late, it's gone.

Why weren't you on it?

Not without you.

[ FIRE CRACKLING ]

I may never know whether the attempt was successful...

...and the submarine was able to escape this place.

Maybe, someday, others will come here, just as we did, ...and we can hope again.

In the meantime, life continues to move forward.

Time passes, even in this wild place, forgotten by the world.

We've managed to make a home.

As I end my story, and send it out to whatever fate it may find, it reminds me that we are always at the beginning.

God bless us on this journey.

Frost Michaels.

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