字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Welcome to English at the movies where we teach you American English Heard at the movies. This week's film ISS Gringo, a darkly humorous movie about a man named Harold. Hear his friend gives him some news. Listen for the phrase deep water. Brookman, Urinson, Deepwater Harold like bankruptcy. Did them cash? No, I'm saying your poor poor. Tomorrow you can apply to Mexico. What? We want you to hand deliver the weed pill formula to the last. Yes, and I'm not supposed to touch the minibar, but I'm going to do it. You know, I don't even care anymore. I'm doing it on having the model. So what do you think deep water means? Is it serious trouble for strange situation? Listen again. Did you have the right answer? Brookman, Urinson. Deepwater Harold like bankruptcy. Dude, I'm cash poor. No, I'm saying your poor poor tomorrow you gonna fly to Mexico. What? Deep water means serious trouble. Harold tries to solve his money problems by transporting drugs to some people in Mexico. But heralds problems do not get better. In fact, they get much, much worse. And that's English at the movies.