Neil Skinner, once a San Diego racetrack-security consultant, is now an ex-con who was framed by his ex-partner, Ebbet. Ebbet now controls track security as well as Neil's ex-girlfriend, Sheila. Neil now wants to revenge himself by stealing the day's take, and he enlists the help of several track regulars, including a janitor, a security guard, an and an ambulance driver. The money switches hands, cars chase each other over the Mexican border and back, and it's a struggle to see who will out-con whom. Written by
He had four years to plan his revenge and one week to pull it off.
Did You Know?
In the music credits, the song by the Gipsy Kings is listed as "A Mi Minerva" instead of "A Mi Manera" (the Spanish version of "My Way"). See more
Referenced in The Thomas Crown Affair
A Mi Manera (My Way)
Performed by The Gipsy Kings
Courtesy of Elektra / Asylum Records
by arrangment with Warner Special Products See more