“You were right and I was wrong.” Beat, beat…a full five-second pause. “About the horses. The Lipizzaners. They are from Spain, not Portgual.” Spoken by Gene Hackman at the tail end of Crimson Tide, and one of the best closing lines of the last 20 years. (As long as you’ve heard the set-up, that is, which happens about 15 minutes earlier.) Apparent closure to a story of intense conflict by suggesting a capitulation, and then pulling back. With a laugh. Perfect.