Hornet (2018) - full transcript

When an alien race invades and begins to brainwash humans to carry out acts of destruction, the rest of humanity must rely on an untested giant robot to save the Earth.

- Local authorities are baffled

at the large increase
in disappearances

in the last month.

Investigators aren't sure

if the missing persons
are connected

to numerous reports
of strange lights in the sky.

Seen here.

But authorities
are warning residents

to remain in their homes--

Especially, after dark.

At this time, reports
of missing hikers,

loved ones not
returning home after hours,

abandoned cars found
at traffic lights,

empty with the engine running

are not currently linked
to these occurrances,

but many speculate
that they are related.

- [ no audio ]
- Authorities have launched

a countywide search
in hopes of discovering

any clues as to what
may have happened.

Nearby residents
should remain vigilant

and report
any strange behavior.

- It's been two days since
the hiker, Matt Pruitt,

shown here, went missing

Friends say it was
a routine hike

for the self-proclaimed

And authorities maintain that
Pruitt strayed off the trail

and may still be
lost in the woods.

But one hiker, an eyewitness,

believed that foul play
might be involved.

- It's not a claim.
I saw it with my own two eyes.

He is not lost.

That thing took him!

- Thing?
- Yeah, a ship...in the sky.

- Okay, well, thank you.

I'm sure authorities are
looking into it.

- Look, I know you don't
believe me, but I saw it!

- Park rangers are

- Look, I saw it!

- Hikers and campers to
report anything

that may lead to
the recovery of...

- This thing is out there!
- What the hell is that?

- See? I told you!
That's what took Matt!

- Well, what's it doing?

- He's...oh, my...!
- Run!

- Hey, guys, here we are

in the back shop of
the robotics department.

And we are gathering
some supplies

for a little weekend
camping trip.

I know what you guys
are thinking.

What do robotics and camping
have to do with each other?

Well, as some of you guys
may know, Chloe, Luke and I

have been working
on something special.

Hey, there's Chloe!

Say hi, Chloe.

- You're still doing this?

- Tell them what
you're working on.

- I am writing the code

for the new running
sequence cycle patch.

- Oh.
- Yeah.

- Yeah, I thought you did
that two days ago.

- I mean, I was working on it
and I had to do

the other sequences and it took
a lot longer than I thought.

- Okay. Um, just say something
for the camera.

Look presentable.

We need this to work, okay?

- Okay, yeah.

- Thank you.

Hi! This is Chloe!
Say hi.

- Hi!

- These guys have been
working around the clock

to make this work.
Isn't that right, Luke?

- Yeah, sure have been.

- You excited?

- Actually, yeah.

Part of the team, doing
all the heavy lifting.

- Yeah.

- Chloe and I can do
heavy lifting too.

- Yeah? You sure you got that?

- Yeah, I got it.
You sure you got it?

- Be careful, please.
- Hey, guys, careful!

You remember what
happened last time.

[ laughs ]

- Watch the corner,
watch the corner.

- Yep, yep. Thank you.
- Yep.

- Watch the corner!

- I see it, I see it!
- I see the corner!

- One, two, three....

- Don't...okay.

- It's getting a lot heavier.

- Yep.
- Well, he's a big guy.

- Any other updates
for the camera?

- Uh, yeah, updates.

We, um...
We fixed his joints.

He's moving a lot smoother now.

- And he's no longer top-heavy.

His weight is now equally
distributed to him.

- Yeah.
- Good.

Hopefully, that new balance
patch works this time.

- Yes.

Oh, and Professor Haley,

if you're watching this,
don't get mad.

We had to borrow some things
from the department.

Don't get mad.
- Borrow.

- We'll bring it back
safe and sound.

- We promise!
- Promise.

- Promise.

- All right, you guys,
cross your fingers for us!


- Professor Haley's on
the phone, guys!

- All right, guys,
lock up tonight!

- Hello?


Why am I here?

Where's Helen?
Where's Chloe?

Tell me what I'm doing here!

- Sit down.
We will begin momentarily.

- Guys, I'm sorry, okay?

- Here we are getting gas

because Luke didn't look at
the itinerary I sent out to him.

- I looked at it.

I just had so many things,
I forgot, okay?

- We had so many things
to do too, Luke.

What did you think
we were doing?

- Honest mistake.
- We can't get too...

- All right, we're here.
We're here now.

- We're off schedule anyways.

- All right.
- Yep, yep, yep.

- Do you wait or
do you do it yourself?

What's happening?

I mean, I don't see any
credit card slot.

- I don't know. Hello?
- It's really old-timey.

- Do you need to go get them.

- Is this a working gas station?

- Yeah, sure.
- It looks antique.

You guys seeing this?
This door?

- It might just be the wind.

Very vintage.

- Helen, stay.
I'll check it out, all right?

- Is there anyone in there?

- Hold on.

- Are you sure?

- Hello?

That's weird.
- Where is everyone?

- Feel like I haven't seen like
a car on the road either.

- Yeah, it's a little creepy.

- Yeah, I don't know. Um...

- Like a ghost town, I guess.

- Yeah, I guess we'll get
gas on the way back.

- Do we have enough?

- Yeah. I think we'll be fine.

- You think?

- What are you looking at?

- Do you see something?
- Do you see that?

- No.
What...well, like a coyote?

- What'd you see?

- Maybe. I don't know.
Just get back in the truck.

We'll be fine.


- We can make it?

- Yeah.
- All right.

Well, let's just go in,
get it on the way back.

[ sighs ]

- All right.

Chloe, did you see that, though?

- What?

- No, I didn't see...
he said he saw something.

I don't know.

- All right, well,
guys, this is exciting.

Let's go.
Let's just go.

- Yeah, those...

- Let's just start
what we started.

- Fun little ghost town

- All right.
- Let's keep moving.

- All right.
And you're recording.

- Awesome.

- Let's see yours.
Is that on too tight?

- No.
- Good.

- Yeah.

- How does that feel?

- Nice.

- Yeah?
- Mm-hmm.

- Cool.
- Yep.

[ inaudible ]

- Good. We need
to get every angle.

I don't want anyone doubting
what's about to happen.

- This is mot a magic trick.

- Let's get eyes on us.

- Okay, drone online.

- Roll call?

- Here.
- Luke?

- Here.
- Me?

I am here rolling
on both cams.


It's October 13th and
I'm Helen Martin

joined by my colleagues,
Luke Sullivan...

- Here.
- And Chloe Coyle.

These following video logs
will serve as documentation

for Project Hornet.

What my team is unveiling here
the first time on camera

is nine months of our blood,

sweat and hard work advancing

what you see before you.

Let me introduce you
to Hornet.

Are you standing up?

He stood up.

Hornet was built to be

a Crisis Relief Emergency
Aide Teammate.

But CREAT is such a
boring acronym,

so we just affectionately
call him Hornet.

I mean, just look
at his paint job.

It wasn't intentional,
I can assure you.

We needed him to stand out.

Say hi, Hornet.

- Hello.

- We'll be using these video
logs as Hornet's beta tests.

We scouted this location for the
utmost privacy and durability.

And for the next 24 hours,

we'll be onsite with
Hornet making history.

- He's looking sharp,
really sharp.

- Uh-huh.

- Not bad, Chloe, not bad.

- Well, thank you.

- Hey, we're a team here.

- You did all right, Luke.
You did all right.

- All right.
All right, I'll take it.

- Well, you know, he hasn't
done anything yet, so.

- Okay. What are
we waiting for?

Let's do it.
- I know.

- Yeah.

- Yay!

- I need to know that
my friends are okay!

- Mr. Luke Sullivan?

We believe that you and
your associates

were witness to an
extraordinary event.

- I'd say, but I ain't
gonna tell you anything

until I know
where my friends are.

- Mr. Sullivan, we have concerns
that you and your friends

might be a threat
to national security.

- We're the threat?

Are you kidding me?
No! No, not a chance!

I ain't telling you shit, okay,
until I see my friends.

Where's Helen?
Where's Chloe?

If I don't see them, I ain't
telling you another word.

[ shouts ]

It started with an experiment.

My friends and I,
we built a robot,

a fully functioning
assistant machine.

And then we took it out into the
field for its first field test.

- Almost ready?
- Yep, yep.

Almost got it.

- Hey, Chloe, can I get
a snack bar?

- Can't come over here yourself?

'Cause I'm not
like busy at all?

- Hey, careful.

- All right.
- Nice.

- Now we'll see
what you see, buddy.

- Ready, buddy? Begin.

- Oh, Robo can jump.

- Woo!
- Wow.

Look at that!

- Big jump!
- Oh, someone's excited!


- Told you loosening
his joints was great.

- No, you were right.
You're right.

Okay, all right.

- Are we ready?

- Yeah. He is set.

- Hornet, initiate
rescue protocol!

- Oh, my gosh!

- He's going so fast!

- Are you kidding me?

- 50 miles per hour!

- I hope he doesn't eat it.

- Approaching GPS position.

- I got it, easy. Come on!

- Oh, my gosh.

- This is his first day.
Don't push it too hard.

- He's all right!
He's all right.

He's all right!

- Ah, but I can't
see him anymore.

Okay, he's out of frame.

Uh, what do we do?

- Let's go get him. Come on.
- Back?

- Let's get him.
- Get him? Get him?

- What? Should we go?

Okay, okay, okay,
okay, I'm coming!

- He's going too far!


- He's having fun.

- Hornet! Wait up!


- All right, test three,
take one.

- Hornet, hurry!

Someone's about to fall
out of the tree!

- Come on, buddy, come on,
buddy, come on.

- Come on, come on.
- Hurry up!

He's about to fall out!

- Here we go, here we go,
here we go, here we go.

- Come on! Hurry!

- Hurry up!
He's about to fall out!

Come on!

- Look at him!
He's scaling the tree!

- Oh!

- Did you see that?
- I know!

- I got that!
I got it!

- Did you get that? Please tell
me you got caught it.

- I caught it.

[ shouting ]

- He flew!

[ overlapping dialogue ]

- If you're seeing this,
with a bit more funding

and some tweaks, Hornet can
absolutely take full flight!

- Oh, my God!

- Excellent job, everybody!

Especially you, big guy!

- He grabbed it right
out of the air!

It was amazing.

- His interface is so much more
complex than we realized.

The implications for
artificial intelligence alone!

- Look, guys, all in,
all in, all in!

- We built that!

- It actually works!
- I know.

- Danger!

- Yes, buddy, you
detected danger

and you inferred a crisis
all on your own!

- No, no, no, no, no.

Scanners indicate
individuals approaching.

- What?
- Yeah, like...

- I thought you said
it was deep enough in the woods.

We'd be clear.
- I thought it was. I...

- Shh.

- Where? Where?
Hornet, where?

- Let's move.
Let's go.

- We gotta hide him, right?
- Yeah, we gotta hide him.

Come on, Hornet.

- The trees are
dense over there.

Hide Hornet.
- On it.

- Hornet, come with me.
- Affirmative.

- Shh! Shh!
Come on!

- No respect for nature.

- Pull the drone in.

- Shh, shh.

Pull the lights.

- Hi.

- Does this belong to you?

- Yeah. Is there an
issue, officer?

- This portion of the forest
is restricted to camping.

You're not supposed to be here.

What are y'all doing here?

- Uh, we...uh...

- Bathroom break.

Long hike.

- He has the worst bladder!

- Yeah, just flows
right through me.

- Yep.

- All right, you three
are going... now.

- He has the worst bladder.

- Worst ever!
Bladder like a baby!

- Worst, yep, yep.

- Hornet!

- All right. Three of you
guys need to leave.

- Leave? We're not camping.
We're just passing through.

- Yeah.

- I need you three
to leave right now.

- Hornet!
What are you doing?

- But...

- Hey, I'm sick and tired
of the level of disrespect

for the forest.
- Hornet, sit down.

- It's not your personal party
playground where you can

just come and do drugs
or whatever's up your sleeve.

- We're not doing drugs.
- Sir, we don't do drugs.

- What did I say?

- Graham are you there?

- Graham here.

We have a situation
in Quadrant Four.

Can you get down over here?

Graham? Anybody?


[ groans ]
- Dispatch!

- [ mouths words ]

- Dispatch?

- [ flies buzzing ]

- [ mouths words ]

- All right, I gotta go,
and so do you.

- Okay.

- We will pack up our things
and leave ASAP.

You have my word.

- Mm-hmm.
- No.

Nope, you guys are gonna
do it right now.

- Okay, but what
about our things?

What about the "leave
only footprints" adage?

As a ranger, you must agree.

- You should've thought about
that before you pissed me off.

Now you kids have already
broken the rules once.

I can't trust that
you won't break them again.

I'm gonna get somebody
to clean this up.

We'll pack up your belongings
and then

you guys can come by later
and pick it up.

- That doesn't make any sense.

We can just
pick our stuff up now.

- No. Either you do it the way
I told you to do it,

or I'm gonna arrest
you guys, all three.

- What?

- Do you even have that
authority, Ranger?

What's your badge number?
- Whoa, Helen, Helen, Helen...

- Okay! Okay, okay!

- Luke, keys?
I'm driving!

- Coming.

I almost finished.

Just gonna grab my jacket.

- We're not even camping.
- I know.

- Keys?

- He's stuck back there.

- I know.
- He's gonna find him.

- I know.
We'll figure it out.

We'll figure it out.

- All right, well, let's make
it look like we're leaving.

Here, go on out there.

- It's a nice fairy tale,

a couple of college kids
build a robot,

take it to the forest,
have some fun.

But, you see, I'm skeptical
of this whole thing.

- What are you talking about?
That's how it was.

- So, Mr. Sullivan,

you graduated from high
school with a 2.0 average.

Now someone like you is at
university building robots?

- I was good at
auto workshop.

- Uh-huh.
- Okay?

- Well, fixing a car
is a far cry

from robotic technology.

There are sensors,
software to worry about,

not to mention flight.

- Yeah, I know.

I leave the smart stuff
up to Helen and Chloe.

They do the programming.
I build the gadgets.

Shit, I'm an engineering pro.

I don't need school
to tell me that.

- But you got this thing to fly?

- So what?

Anything can fly as long
as you can stabilize it.

Drones fly.
Bet you have some of those.

- Fascinating.

- What's your problem?

- My problem?
- Yeah.

- My problem...

- Look, you can interrogate me
and you ask me about Hornet?

You don't give a shit.

I'm not gonna say
another word to you

until I know where
my friends are.

- See, you don't get
to make demands here.

Frankly, you're at my mercy.

- No. Screw that.

- Well, you are screwed,
Mr. Sullivan.

You act all tough,
but underneath all this,

you're just a
scared little child.

You see, I now your type.

You are the goofball.

You are supposedly strong

or at least you play that way.

You're sincere mostly, but
underneath all that bravado,

you're just a little insect.

- Would you quit with
the psychoanalysis shit?

You're hurting my head.

- I don't need to analyze you.

You see, I know you.

You're the resident goofball,

the guy who wants the girl.

You're the guy who
can't protect the girl.

- What are you talking about?

[ chuckles ]

- See how uncomplicated you are?

- You talking about Chloe?
Is she okay?

- I don't know what
you're talking about.

- I could kill you!

- One of us may not
be leaving this room.

I don't think
I'd bet on me, though.

- Okay, if I answer
your stupid questions,

will you let me see my friends?

- We'll see.

- What else
do you want to know?

- This, uh, robot,

how did you get the funding?

- The professor got the money,

figured it was some
research grants or something.

- So how much did this
robot cost to build?

- I don't know.
I didn't worry about the money.

I just got the parts.

- So who was responsible
for handling these resources?

- I don't know.
Helen maybe?

Look, I'm just a gearhead.

You point at something,
I'll build it.

- How long did this Hornet
take to construct?

- A few months.

I mean, we had most
of the parts.

We built a few,
printed out some more.

- Hmm.

It seems like a short
gestation period

for such a complicated thing.

- I guess.

- And you never thought
this was weird

or strange in any way?

- Weird like how?

- Well, I mean, you
and your friends built

this surprisingly sophisticated
technical piece of machinery

and you had
very little resources.

And this didn't strike
you as odd in any way?

- What do I know?

I'm just a stupid
goofball, remember?

- Luke...

Look, Luke, I think
you're holding out on me.

- What do you want me to say?

You don't believe me?

- So tell me what
happened after?

- After the Ranger?

- Yes.

After the Ranger showed up.

- I mean, we hopped
back in the car

and then shit got really weird.

If you didn't
believe me before,

you're not gonna
believe me now.

- Try me.

- Don't say I didn't warn you.

- Look, we just can't
just keep our stuff there.

- And we're not,
but we gotta leave for now

or we risk arrest or worse.

- We risk Hornet. I agree.

Hornet's not ready
to be exposed to the world!

We could get him taken away!

- Okay, so we just leave
a piece of expensive,

high-tech machinery

to be exposed to the elements!

- He's a 10-foot tall robot.
I think that he can manage.

- Look, guys, we're just gonna
make it look like we left.

And as soon as we're sure as
we're sure the coast is clear,

we'll double back
and we'll grab Hornet.

We'll get outta here!

- What about that Ranger?

- You heard him!
He has other stuff to deal with!

- Hey!

- Oh, my God!
- Oh, my...

- What?

Why is he just standing there?

- Sir, I am so sorry!

- Did you hit him?
Are you okay?

- Are you okay?
- Helen, careful.

- My God, is he holding
a hatchet?

Don't get too close! Guys...

- Are you all right?
- Sir, are you okay?

- Guys!

- Can you hear us?
- Be careful!

- Sir, can you hear us?

Are you lost?
Do you need help?

- Guys, he has a hatchet.

- Do you need us
to get you some help?

- Guys, get in the truck.

Helen, Luke, I think we should
get in the truck.

- Yeah, listen.
Helen, back in the car.

- We're gonna get you help.
- Helen. Please? Please?

- What the hell?
- Did you see this?

- What is his deal?
- Wait. What?

- He's got this black stuff
coming right out of his mouth.

He didn't even look...
- What?

- I think he's sick.
I think we need to help him.

- I don't know.

- No. I don't think...
he didn't even respond to us.

- Oh, my God.
- We don't even...what?

- Luke, Luke, Luke, Luke...

- Oh, shit.
Oh, my God.

That's it! That's it!
- Who is that? What is that?

- What do you want?

He's just staring at me, guys!

- This is a joke!
This is a...

- What is he doing?
What is he doing?

- What is he doing?
What is he doing?

- Is this a joke?
- Get away!

This isn't funny, okay?
- He's leaving.

- Is that blood?
- What?

- Okay, okay, okay, okay.

- Guys, he has a hatchet!

- Helen, put it--
Oh, shit!

Oh, my God,
there's more of them!

There's more of them!

- Oh, my God!
Oh, my God!

- What the hell is that?
- What is that?

- Helen, get that!

Oh, my God!
- What is happening?

- Guys, he's not here anymore.
- They're just staring at us!

- Oh, my God, what is happening?
- Guys, he's not here anymore.

[ screaming ]

- He's on the roof!
He's on the roof!

What is that? What is it?

- What's on the roof?
Is it one of them?

[ screams ]

- What do you want?
- Go away!

- What do you want from us?
- Go away!

[ screaming ]

- Go, go, go, go!

Run, run, run, run!

[ screaming ]

- What do they want?

What do you want from us?

- Is this a joke?
It's not funny!

- What do you want from us?

- What are they doing?
What are they doing?

- I don't know,
but that's the truck!

We can't just leave it!

- This is...
This is not funny!

- Oh, my God!

- They're just staring at...
oh, shit!

- Oh, my God!

- They're coming! God!
Helen, come on!

- Go, go, go, go!

- Come on! Come on!
In here!

- Go, go!

- Oh, my God!

What in the world was that?

- What was that?
- I don't know, I don't know.

- Did you see them up there?

- Yes, we all saw them.
- Oh, my God.

[ gasping ]

What are we gonna do?
What are we gonna do?

- I don't know.

[ crying ]

- What happened to the truck?
Did they take it?

- Okay, okay, we need to talk.
We need to think.

Just breathe, okay?
Just breathe.

- Hornet!
- We don't have Hornet.

We need to think of something.

- Hornet was not at camp
when we went to go get him,

which means that's
he's lost in the mountains.

Where could he be?
Where could he be?

Did they...
- Did they what?

I don't know, I don't know.
I think we lost them.

- Can we stay here for
a little bit?

- Did you see their faces?
They're all messed up!

Something is going on,
an epidemic or something.

[ clattering ]

- What was that?

[ clattering ]

- Is that them?
- It's gotta be, it's gotta be.

Grab something! Grab something!

- Grab something? What...
- Take this.

They're coming,
they're coming.

[ knocking on door ]

- Knock, knock, Helen Martin.

- Oh, my gosh.

Are you kidding me, Hornet?
- Hornet!

Thank God!

- Really?
Get in here, asshole.

- You scared us half to death!
- Faster, faster!

Luke, close the door!

- Sit down.
- Hornet found makers.

- Yes! Get in!

- Close the doors!
Close the doors!

- I did not program you
to be this stupid!

- Hornet? Really?
Where were you?

We put you in one spot and
told you to stay right there!

- We needed your help!
Why didn't you help us?

- Why did you not stay
where I put you?

- Did you see anything?
Did you see anything?

- Maybe we could use
his recordings?

- Check his recordings!
- Yeah.

- GPS?

[ creaking ]

- What is that?

- It's the same thing
from the car.

- Does that mean they're coming?
What are we doing?

- I don't know, I don't know.

- Grab the camera,
Helen, grab the camera.

Bring it here.
Come on, hurry.

- Oh, my God.

- What is that?

- Something is going on.
Something awful.

We need to get
out of here now.

- That's an alien...
that's an alien ship!

- No, it's not, okay?

Get your head on
your shoulders, Chloe.

It's not aliens.
It can't be!

It's gonna to be...
I don't know, military...

- It's not military technology.
Never seen anything like that!

- Me neither, but
I don't know, okay?

It's not aliens!

- There has to be a rational
explanation, you know.

Maybe not military testing,
but, I don't know.

- Okay, who cares?
- Bioweapons? I don't know!

- Danger!
- Yeah, no shit!

- Hornet, can your sensors
tell when there's

individuals approaching?

- Lifeforms are approaching
100 feet and closing.

- Shh!

- Quiet! Quiet!

- What do we do?

- I don't know,
I don't know.

[ gasps ]

- Shh.

- Oh, God.

- Oh my God.
- Shh!

- What are they doing?

What are they doing?

What are they doing?

- Oh, God.

- Can they see us?
- I don't know.

- Can they...


[ sneezes ]

- Shh!
- Sorry, I'm sorry.

[ crying ]

- Oh, my God.
- Shh!

- Can they see me?
- He's looking right at us!

They've stopped.

Can they see us?

- Oh, my God,
are they looking at us?

[ crying ]

- They stopped.

- They're leaving.

They're leaving.

- Lifeforms dispersed.

- Come on, buddy!
Put a sock in it, all right?

We're scared to death here!

[ clattering ]

- What is that?
- They're back!

- Hornet, what is that?

It's just one.
- What do we do?

- It's just one.
I don't even care!

We gotta do something!

- Luke, no!

- What the hell?
- Get in here!

Hurry, hurry, hurry!
- You? You're still here?

I thought I told you guys
to get outta here!

- Hornet, where were you
on that, huh?

Why didn't you tell us
it was him?

- You told me to
put a sock in it.

- Look, I'm sorry, okay?
Those people out there, they...

- And they attacked you. I know.

Look, something crazy is
going on out there, okay?

Dozens of townspeople,
they just coming up missing.

Then they're coming
back crazy.

Look, they killed one
of the other rangers

and they destroyed my vehicle.

- Oh, my God.

- The mountain isn't safe.

We got to get to a secure
location and call for help.

- Okay.
- I agree.

To preserve life,
we must get out of here

and tell the world of
this phenomenon.

- What is that?

- What? You've never seen an
Emergency Services Bot before?

You know the way out?

- Yeah. Follow me.

- Take this.
- Thank you.

- Hornet, come on!
- Hornet, come on!

- Let's move, Hornet!

- You know how all this sounds?

- I'd say crazy, and it was.

It was seriously crazy.

But you guys would
know that, wouldn't you?

UFOs and aliens
and all that?

- Do we?
- Yeah.

That's not half the secret
that you thought it was.

Come on, we know and
we know that you know.

- So what about those
that were attacking you?

What about them?

- I don't know.
It was all really confusing.

Look, we didn't hurt anyone that
wasn't trying to hurt us first.

- I'm not accusing you of
hurting anyone, yet.

- There you go again with
your veiled threats.

- No. When I threaten you,
you'll know it.

- Harsh.
You're so harsh.

- I am what I need to be
in a world filled

with the poor and the useless,
the uncooperative.

- I'm cooperating
right now, aren't I?

- Supposedly.

- Let me ask you a question.

- That's not how
it works, Lukey.

- I want to know how
something like

that could happen to us
and we got no help at all.

I mean, shit, afterwards
you just locked me up here!

I'd always hoped that the
government were the good guys.

That's not the picture
that I'm getting right now.

- You want assurances
that we're on your side?

- I just want to know
that there's still good

in this world, yeah.

And that you're not gonna
kill me when this is over.

- You keep looking for safety!

You say you saw alien ships

and you were attacked
by warped civilians!

You know, if I were you, I would
be scared shitless right now!

I'd be peeing down my pants!

I'd be so worried
about what was coming,

I wouldn't know what to do!
I would be so scared!

- I'm good.
I'm all right.

I'm good.

[ chuckles ]

- You know...

There's one thing
I have learned in life.

You're never really good.

You're alive only
because you're breathing.

And the world is
always trying

to crush you
between each breath.

- Mm-mm.
I think you're wrong.

- I think I would have
to remind you

of how right I am.

Just let me know
when you're ready.

- No!

[ screams ]

- Hornet,
don't go too far.

- Did you see that?
Did you see that?

- Yeah.
- The light.

- Yeah, we been seeing them
all over the mountain.

We have no idea
where they're coming from

or what's causing them.

- I'm telling you,
it's that ship! It's alien!

- Chloe, come on.
It's not plausible!

- Yes, it is!

How do you explain
the hordes of crazy people?

There's got to be
a controlling influence!

- It could be...

- Some drugs like PCP...?

- Yeah.
- No.

- Can alter the neurons
in your brain

making you irrational.
- It's not PCP, Helen.

- It's not aliens, Chloe.

- That ship could be foreign

and those could be
a new form of terrorists?

- Okay, well, how do you explain
the light that sucks people up?

There's no tech on earth
that can do that!

- Speaking at technology,
you guys have...

- Helen, look out! Look out!

[ screaming ]

- Luke! Luke!
- Helen!

[ screaming, shouting ]

- Luke! Luke!

- Hey, you guys run!

- Helen! Luke! Luke!

Go! Luke, get up!
Get up!

- Come on!

Get up!

- Get the fuck out of my way!
Crazy bitches!

- Wait, the ranger!

Is he okay?
Is he okay?

- Hornet, what the
hell was that?

- What the fuck is going on?

- We can't just leave him!

- He was
buying us time, come on!

- He's the only one that
knows the way out!

- Hornet was built for
crisis aid and rescue.

I think he can manage.

Lead the way, Hornet.

- Hornet can't!
Are you kidding me?

What's he gonna do?

Look, that park ranger
is probably dead.

And him?
He just stood there!

- He's shown adaptive skills,

but this is not something
that we programmed into him!

- Guys, be quiet!

- Helen, this isn't
a field test anymore!

- Quiet!

- Those things are still
human and technically

he cannot still
hurt humans, okay?

- If we want a fighting chance,
I think we have to

reprogram Hornet's
code parameters, okay?

- Can we do that?
- Let's do that, yes.

- Okay.

Find a spot to set you down.

- Shit.


- Thank you for waiting,
Miss Martin.

- What was that noise?

You guys torturing people?

- What if I said yes?

- What kind of people are you?

- We're the good guys.

- No.

I'm not saying anything
until I speak to my lawyer.

- Well, that won't be possible.

- I'm not saying another word
until I speak to my lawyer.

[ chuckles ]

- You people and your lawyers.

Let's say we're in a magic land
where lawyers don't exist.

- You act like this
is some kind of game.

- Well, if it were,
we're in a new round.

You see, we can't torture him
forever or he'll die on us.

So we give him a few minutes
before we start again.

- You're sick.

- Yeah, people have said
that sometimes,

but I really don't see
what it means.

I serve
a function, Miss Martin.

You do understand
that, right?

I mean, you're a tech genius.

You build machines
that serve functions.

So in effect,

that's your own function.

- I'm not a robot.

I have a family.
I have friends.

I'm not some code
in a program.

I have people who love me,
who will come looking for me.

- Well, they won't
find you

unless I want them to find you.

I'm wondering why you haven't
asked me what my function is.

- I don't care.

I just want my friends
and I want to go home.

- My function, Miss Martin...

is to take every bit
of information from you,

your friends, the professor

and this robot of yours,
this Hornet.

And dissect the links
between you

and the events that
happened on the mountain.

- And what do you know about
what happened on the mountain?

- I know you're a
lot more responsible

than you're willing to admit.

- What's that supposed to mean?

- Let's just say
we're both on

a journey of discovery,
Miss Martin.

But your price

may be a heavy one to pay.

[ screaming ]

Does that voice
sound familiar?

- No, you wouldn't...


- Yes, that is him.

He's told me some of the story.

But why don't you
bring me up to speed?

If you cooperate,
I could stop this procedure.

So do we have a deal?
- Yes, we have a deal.

Please, will you
stop hurting him?

- Yes.


So, why don't you pick it up
from where he left off?

- Where was that exactly?

- Hornet afraid.

- Really assuring.
You're afraid?

Can it even do that?
- I guess so.

- It's okay, buddy.
Okay, you're both connected.

- All right, almost got it.

- Whatever you're doing,
hurry up.

I'm starting to hear things.

- Yeah, I'm going as fast
as I can, okay?

- Okay.

- Got it?

- Almost got it, almost got it,
almost got it.

- Come on!
- I got it, I got it!

- Are you sure?
- Yeah.

- You sure it's gonna work?
- No.

- Hornet, what's
your primary directive?

- Chloe, look out!
- Ah!

[ screaming ]

- [ indistinct ]

- [ screaming ]

- Protect makers.

- It worked!

- I guess so!

- Hornet, that was awesome!
- Oh, my God!

- Perfect.

- I don't know.
Let's get outta here.

- Yeah.

- Oh, my gosh!
Tell me we got that!

That was incredible!


- Where'd they go?

- Oh, my God.
- Where'd they go?

- I don't know.

That means they'll probably
be back, won't they?

- Yeah, most definitely.

- Then we'll be ready.

- Yeah.
- Oh, yeah.

We gotta get outta here.

- You guys sure this
is still a good idea?

- Probably not.
- God, I hope so.

- Hey! A bunch of fresh idiots!
Come on! Come and get us!

- What are they doing?
- I don't know.

- They're just standing there.
- They're just standing there.

- Why are they
just standing there?

What are they gonna do?

Luke, look out!

- Get them off of me!

- Chloe!

Hey, get off! Get off!

- Camera, camera.

- Come on!
Come on, come on!

Hornet, come on!
- Come on, Hornet!

- We gotta go! We gotta go!
We gotta go!

- Go, go, go!

- Luke?

Luke, wake up.
- Hmm?

- Now you have a pretty high
tolerance for a civilian.

- Tolerance?

- Torture.

You could make
a good agent someday.

- That's not my bag.

How can you just sit there
and do this to me?

- It's my job.
It's what I have to do.

- Come on.
A little help, please?


- You think I'm cruel?

- Is that a trick question?

- I can be your best friend

or your worst nightmare.

The choice is yours.

- What you want from me?

- How long have we been running?
Will Hornet be able to find us?

- He'll catch up with us.

- Why won't those things
just stay down?

- Keep moving!

[ screams ]

- Ranger?

- You're alive?

- For now, but it
hasn't been easy.

Look, the hills are crawling
with these things!

- We can't talk.

If you can walk,
we need to keep moving.

- Come on. Here, here.
Come on, let's go.

Come on.

What are you doing? Come on!
We gotta go!

- What are you doing?

- Must protect makers.

- What do you want?

- To play!

- Must protect...
- What is that?

- What are you doing to him?
- Protect...

- Let him go, you bastard!

- ...tect-- protect--
- Get away

- Hornet!
Are you okay, Hornet?

You okay, buddy?

- Now! Time to run!

- Hornet, what's your
primary objective?

- No, Hornet!
- Helen!

- Stop!

- No, Chloe!
- Chloe!

[ screaming ]

- Hornet, over here!

- Get up! Come on.
We gotta go!

[ grunts ]

- Come on, we gotta go!
We gotta go!

Keep moving!

- Go!
- We're trying.

- I can't breathe.
- Chloe, careful.

Hold on!

- Get down, get down!
- Get down.

- Shh.


- Oh, God.

Did we lose him?

- I think so.

For now.

- Oh, we gotta keep going.

- Come on, guys.
We gotta keep moving.

- Hold on.
One, two...

[ grunts ]
- Chloe, come on.

You can do it, girl.
Come on.

- No, I can't!
- Chloe!

- He was pulled up
by those lights.

He'll be back, yes.
Yes, I'm serious.

- What's wrong with him?
Why'd he attack us?

[ coughing ]

- Those lights.

I think they're
doing something to him,

maybe reprogramming him.

- Spit it out.

- I want to know about
Hornet's origins.

- Origin?

- Yes. Who designed him?
Who planned him?

- I told you.

The professor planned,
maybe Helen helped.

I just built him.

- I believe you're
feigning ignorance.

- I'm gonna be honest with you.

You're one crazy son of a bitch.

I have no idea
what's going on

inside of that crazy-ass
head of yours.

- You can insult me
all you want,

but it won't get you Helen
and it won't get you Chloe.

- That's if they're
even alive, right?

- What if they are?

- Then you better not be hurting
them like you're hurting me.

Because if you are,
I'll kill you.

Mark my words.

- You want one shot
at seeing them again,

tell me where Hornet came from.

- I told you.
We just built him.

- Not all of him.

Tech like that
can't be developed

by three college kids and
an absentminded professor.

No, no, no.

Some of those parts
you didn't build yourself!

They must have been alien.

- Aliens?

- Yes, non-human origin?

- Aliens don't exist.

- Well, then what about
this wild story

you've been telling me?

- How do I know
this isn't yours?

Some government aircraft, huh?

- Well, if they did exist,
they're not ours.

- How can I be sure?

You've been messing with me
since I got in here.

They could be
Russian, Chinese...

- Maybe we could solve this
if you just told me

where Hornet's parts came from.

- Hornet's parts?

- Yes.

- Okay. You're right.

I been holding back
this whole time.

I think it's time I told you.

You ready?
- Yes.

- Okay.

Yeah, they...
they came in these...

these huge cardboard boxes.

It was crazy.

They were U.S. postage stamped,

FedEx delivered,

- You think you're funny?

[ chuckles ]
- Yeah.

And I've been telling you
the truth this whole time.

[ coughing ]

- Hey, hey, how you doing?

[ crying ]

- It's okay, it's okay.

Sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry.

Oh, my goodness.

It's okay.

Oh, my God.

I think you broke some ribs.

Okay, breathe, breathe, breathe.

What about you?

- Ow, God, come on!

I think it's dislocated.
Come on.

- Stop it. You're not much
use to me with a gimpy arm.

- Oh!

Helen, I hate you.
- I know. It's okay.

- Oh, my gosh.

- You're okay, you're okay.
Breathe, breathe.

- Breathe.
- Breathe.

[ groans ]

- I hate camping.

[ laughs ]

- We're okay, we're okay.

- You remember when coming
into the woods was a great idea?

- We should never
leave the lab.

- But we...
But we...

- We stole all of our
Professor's stuff.

- He's gonna be pissed.

He's gonna be so mad.

We're okay.

- You think we could stay
here for the night?

- We don't really have a choice.

We have no choice.
- Think we'll die here?

- Mm-hmm.
- I don't know.

- I don't believe in aliens
or government conspiracies!

All I know is what
I saw on that mountain.

- All right,
let's talk about that.

What happened after
you reprogrammed Hornet

to defend you
against those Sleepers?

- I didn't tell you that.

Chloe? Helen?
Did they tell you?

- Maybe.

Tell me more and
maybe you'll be reunited.

- Maybe?

- Well, nothing's guaranteed.

- I fucking hate you.

[ chuckles ]

- Well, then I am doing my job.

So what happened next?

[ coughing ]

- How does it feel?
- How does it look?


- Like hell?

- There you go.

- I don't know
who's gonna see this recording

or if anyone's gonna see this.


It's the job
of a scientist to document.

And in these extreme conditions,

it's what I know to do.

Hornet has gone rogue,

reprogrammed by
whatever force

is behind the attacks
in the woods.


While running away
from our creation,

we got lost deeper
into the woods.

And without Hornet's
advanced technology,

we're lost.

Chloe is hurt bad

and now...

we just need to make it

down out of the
mountain safely.

Honestly, that was
the goal the whole time.

I was just too
stubborn to listen.

- Helen, you can't
think that way.

- No, Chloe, it was
my idea to push the experiment,

to push you.

I'm selfish.

- You wanted
to change the world.

That's not selfish.

- Yeah, okay?

It's not on you.
It's on all of us.

We built Hornet together,
we came out here together.

And we believed in this project.

- Still believe.

- Still believe.

- Still believe.

Yet, we couldn't
even stop him

from getting into
the wrong hands.

- Aliens. What are you gonna do?

- Keep thinking about
that Ranger's face.

He's one of them.

At this rate,
it could spread everywhere.

- Yeah, but we're not gonna
let that happen, robot or no.

[ coughing ]

- I don't know if you
guys have noticed,

but I'm not really in
a particular condition

for quick escape right now.

And the chances of
survival at night are slim.

- Yeah. I don't like knowing
the odds, okay?

- It's more like statistics,
so figured you'd want to know.

I figured, as a scientist,
you'd appreciate that.

[ coughing ]

Just give me a minute.

[ coughing ]

- Yeah, sure.

How long?

- How long what?

- You know
what I'm talking about.

[ sighs ]
- Not long.

We can get her through
the next few hours,

but we need to get
her some medical help.

- So you lost your prize toy.

That must have been hard.

- I didn't even care about that.

Chloe was hurt, maybe dying.

Is she dead?

- You keep asking about her.

Is there some kind of
special affection...

- Just answer the damn question!

Is she dead or not?

- No, I can see that
this is important to you,

but we're not
through here yet.

- What does that have
to do with anything?

- Look, you never thought
it strange that

Hornet could be reprogrammed
so easily?

- So now you believe me?

- Let's say, yes,
I believe you.

But did it ever occur to
you that these flying ships

could reprogram
your precious friend?

- Yeah, sure.
It was strange.

A lot of strange things
happened that day.

Call it a cherry on
top of the shit sundae.

Look, our robot got hijacked
and we were screwed.

- And it never made you
question the origins

of your robot companion?

- Why would it?

- Come on, Luke.

You must have known
that something was off.

I mean, that your friends
weren't telling you everything.

You're not that stupid!

- What are you talking about?

- Bring in the girl.

- The girl?



What are you doing to her?

Don't you put a hand on her!


- So, Miss Martin,
what didn't you tell Luke?

- What didn't I tell him?

- About the tests.

About Hornet?

What did you keep from Luke
that almost cost him his life?

- Luke, don't listen to him.

- Now you'll hear all the way
she played you for a fool.

- We gotta go...now.

- All right.
Well, let's move.

- You guys know
I can hear you, right?

- Chloe, I'm sorry.

We didn't mean for you to...

- Pretty good with facts
and figures, so...

- Look, Chloe,
we're gonna do everything

that we can to get you
out of here, okay?

- Well, you better.

I want to see the look on
the professor's face

when you tell him about
the frickin' robot.

- Yeah, we did...

[ coughing ]

What if they come back, huh?

We don't have Hornet with
us this time to warn us.

- Honestly, it's Hornet that
I'm the most worried about.

- I mean, you guys
just have to leave me.

- What?
- What?

- No way!
- Don't be stupid.

- I wouldn't want
to slow you down.

- You're not gonna
slow us down, Chloe.

- Chloe...
- It was your project anyway.

- No, it's our project.
- Your research,

it's much more important
that you get back

and tell everybody
what's happened.

- Stop it, Chloe!
I need you.

I may push you, but I am

nothing without you, okay?

We're not going anywhere.

- Always have to have it
your way, huh?

- Yeah.

[ chuckles ]

It's gonna be a long night.

- Yeah, guys, and...

I'm sorry to say this,

but I think
we should power down.

Save our battery overnight?

- Yeah, I know.
You're right.

- You okay?
- Mm-hmm.

- Here.

- I'm Helen Martin once
again signing off.

Wish us luck.

- I think I saw
him flying, guys.

I can't believe it.

- He's not gonna give up.

- Come on.
We gotta keep moving.

- We keep hearing things.
I think they're out...

- Shit! It's him!

Helen, take Chloe now!

Take her! Go!
Run! Run!

He's right on top of us!
Keep going!

- Where is that?
- Get it up for me!

- Move, move, move, move!

He's coming!

- I don't know where this goes!

- I don't care!
Do you wanna switch?

- Run!

- He's gaining on me!

[ screaming ]

He's gaining!

- [ Hornet growls ]
- Hornet, what?

[ inaudible ]

[ Hornet growls ]

- He's gaining on me!

- I don't know where to go!

- Move, move, move!
Guys, come on!

Keep moving! Keep going!

Oh, shit!
Come on, keep going, keep going!

Hey, come on, guys!

He's gaining.

Move, move, move, move, move!

[ yelling ]

- It hurts.

- Let's go.

Guys? Guys?

He's stuck!

We got him!

We got you, you bastard!


- Why are you
doing this, Hornet?

- Look what you're doing to us!

- It's us.
- Eliminate

biological infestation.

Eradicate all targets.

Destroy! Destroy!

Destroy! Destroy!

- He's not listening, okay?

- We gotta leave.
- Eradicate all targets.

Destroy! Destroy!

Destroy! Destroy!

- Keep moving,
keep moving.

- Eliminate
biological infestation.

Come on, Chloe, come on.

We'll find somewhere
to sit down, okay?

Come on.
Luke, come on, come on.

- How long is this cave?

- Over here, over here.

Sit down, sit down.

Chloe, come on.

I think we're clear.

- Yeah, for now.

- For how long?

- You guys should know
the answer to that.

You built him.
- We built him.

- Right.

- All right, guys.

Any thoughts, theories?

We got to think of something

now that we've this robot
from hell chasing us.

- Really playing scientist
students right now.

- Come on, Chloe, it's
what we do best, right?

- Right.
- Well, we gotta do something.

- All right.
Well, what have we got?

- I don't know.

This one is beyond me.

[ coughing ]

- Guys, you feel that?

- What?

- It's wind, it's wind.

It's coming from over there.

Guys, I feel it.
It's coming from over there.

- Good job.

- All right, there's got
to be a way out.

Come on.
- Okay.

- Look, I'm sorry, Chloe,
but we gotta keep moving.


Get up. Come on.

Here. Come on.
I'm sorry. Ready?

One, two, three...

[ grunts ]

- Come on, come on.


You keep a look out for Hornet.

Let's keep moving.

- I'm looking.
I think we lost him.

- Okay.

[ shouting ]

- No! No! The light!

- Come on, Chloe!

[ Hornet growling ]

Come on, come on!
Guys, come on!

[ screaming ]

It's caving in!

Come on, guys!

He's gaining.

- Run!

It's caving in.
Go on!

- Keep moving,
keep moving, keep moving.

Come on, Chloe! Come on!


[ screams ]

It's getting smaller!
It's caving in!

- Chloe! Go!

- Chloe, come on! Come on!
Come on, go, Chloe!

[ screaming ]

- Come on, go! Chloe, go!

- Chloe, go! Come on!

Here, grab my hand!
It's caving in!

Come on, come on!

- Pull her! Pull her!

[ shouting, screaming ]

He's got her!
Come on, we gotta go.

Chloe, we gotta leave!

- Can't leave her!
- We gotta leave!

We can't help her! Come on!

Come on, come on,
come on, come on!


Chloe, she's gone. We gotta go!
Come on, Chloe!

- No, she's not! Helen!

- Chloe, come on!
We gotta go.

Come on!

- I know she's in there.
- Chloe, she's--

- Helen! Helen!
- I think she's--

- No!

[ screams ]

- Helen!


- He took her, he took her.

- At least she's alive, okay?
At least she's alive.

- Why did he they want her?
- I don't know, I don't know.

[ panting ]

Chloe, Chloe,
calm down, calm down.

Breathe, okay? Breathe.

Look at me, look at me.

Good. Good, like that.

How do you feel?

- Please help me find her.

- Okay.

- Please?
- I will, okay?

We will.
We'll find her.

- Okay.

- Here. Come on, come on.

- Other side.
- Other side?

Here, come on.

[ crying ]

Here, hold on.

Take it easy.
Keep breathing.

- We're there!

- Chloe, you gotta be careful.

- We have to find Helen, okay?

- Look, making your
injuries worse won't help her!

- Don't lecture me!

- Chloe, I can't
lose you, too, okay?

I can't.

- What do you mean?

- I mean, I care about you.

- I care about you, too.

- Look, we'll find Helen.

Look at me.
I promise, okay?

You're hurt.

Let's just rest.
- I'm scared.

- I know, I know, I know.

I'm sorry.

We'll get out of this
together, okay?

And we'll find Helen and
we'll all get outta here, okay?

- Okay.

- I promise, I promise.

- Okay.

- Here, here, here.

Slow, slow!


We're getting close, I think.

I think she's right there.

- Yeah.

Oh, my God.
Turn off the light!

Turn off the light!
- Helen!

- Oh my God.
- Oh, my gosh, how...

- What are they doing?
- I don't know.

- Is she alive?
- I don't know.

We gotta do something.

- Oh, God.

Okay. I have an idea.
Give me my tech.

- Yeah. Here, here.

- All right.

- What are you gonna do?
- I'm gonna reboot him.

- Reboot him? Why didn't
we think of that before?

- We were too far away for me
to access his programming.

- Okay.

Well, you think you can do it?

- The firewall!

- Oh, God.
Can you bypass it?

- Yeah, I think so.

- Helen, Helen,
hang in there, please.

- Okay, I'm working on it,
I'm working on it.


All right, okay, yeah, yeah.

- Hurry.
- Oh, God.


- Oh, shit, they found us.
- Okay.

- Come on, come on,
do something.

Hurry, come on!
- It's not working, Luke.

It's not working.

Okay, I think I can find
another way in.

- They're coming!
Hurry, hurry, hurry, hurry!

- Okay, I'm going,
I'm going, I'm going.

- They're getting closer, Chloe!
Do something! Hurry!

- Work, damn it, work!
- Come on, hurry!

- Okay, okay, I can't do it.

There! Got it!

- Protect makers.
Protect. Protect.

- Chloe, good job!

Good job!
Helen, get over here!

Get over here! Hurry.

- You're alive!
You're alive!

- I felt myself going, but I
think you interrupted it.

I'm so sorry for everything
I ever said bad about you.

- Yeah, apparently.

Gosh, Helen, what did
they do to you?

- Are you an alien?
- I hope not.

Oh, my.

- God, we gotta
get outta here, guys.

Shit, look!
He's fighting back!

- Protect!
- Hey!

- Must...




- Chloe!
- Roll it!

- Roll what? For what?

- If he dies, we die.

We have to let the world
know invasion is here.

I'm Helen Martin.

I'm here with my friends,
Chloe Coyle and Luke Sullivan.

What started off as
a science experiment

in the mountains turned out
to be a nightmare.

Behind me is what I can only
describe as invaders

in a large craft

with the sole intention
to abduct and exterminate us.

- Oh!

Guys, it's falling!

Go, go, go, take cover!

Come on, come on!
Move, move, move!

- Go, go, go!

- But you must have known
that your robot

couldn't be controlled by
a simple line of code.

- It was more than just
a simple line of code.

We couldn't have been
prepared for what happened!

- Well, you could have been
more prepared

if you'd been more
forthcoming with your friends.

- Why does he keep saying that?

- Luke...


- Come on, Miss Martin.
Tell him.

- Some of Hornet's parts,

some of his parts, the professor
didn't build on his own.

He said he acquired them.

- Acquired them?
From where?

- I don't know exactly,
but the technology

was so far more advanced
than anything

that I had ever seen before,
that the power source,

the weapons, we realized that
it had an old configuration.

It was a robot,

but some of the parts
were missing, and we...

- Yeah, and you just kept
that from me this whole time.

- Sorry.

I...the professor told me
that we couldn't say anything.

And the technology was so
advanced, I couldn't.

- That's bullshit, Helen!

This whole time we were
attacked, you didn't tell me?

So the attack on us,

it had everything to do
with Hornet and you knew it!

You knew it!

- I couldn't know that
for sure, Luke!

- That's cold.
That's really cold.

- Luke, help us find Hornet.

- Screw you!
I'm not telling you anything!

- Look, if Hornet
remains activated,

who knows what could happen?

We have to find him and
shut him down!

Now he was able to track you
somehow in the mountains.

Is there any way for you
to track him?

- Luke...
- What?

- Don't.

- Give me a good reason why not.

- Because we can't
trust this guy!

- And I can trust you?

- After everything
that we've seen?

How do we know that
he's the government?

Luke, we have been
friends for six months!

Does that not count
for anything?

- Not if Chloe's gone.

- I believe that she's okay,

but if we're gonna find her,
we have to stick together.

- That may work for a while,

but eventually you'll
turn on each other.

- You don't know us.

- Humans are weak.

I know you more than you think.

- Sounds like you weren't hugged
that much as a child.

[ chuckles ]

- Helen's right.

You can do whatever
you want to me.

It's not gonna tear me apart.
It's not gonna tear us apart.

Game over.

- Game over.

- Pity.

Have it your way.

[ explosion ]
- Stay there!

- Hornet?

- [ Screams ]

- Knock, knock,
Helen Martin.

- Hornet?

- Hornet has come
to save friends.

- Where's Chloe?

- Hornet returned Chloe

to hospital.

She is resting.
- How can we trust you?

- Hornet, what is your
primary directive?

- Primary directive:
Saving you assholes.